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Adiantum x tracyi Adiantum x tracyi

A fine evergreen Maidenhair Fern from a naturally occurring hybrid between Adiantum aleuticum and A. jordanii.  These are a different clone than the "original clone" and no less desireable with the same fine and wholesome attributes.  Maidenhairs have always been one of the quintessential ferns in our estimation and this is a choice one.

Price: $15.00
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Agapanthus 'Black Buddhist' Agapanthus 'Black Buddhist'

This is a fine selection quite comparable to "Back in Black" but a bit more compact in stature aspiring to attain 3' in height.  This makes it much more workable for the front of the bed or as a container element.  Dark stems holding dark blue-purple flowers in late summer.  Mulch if very cold but has been fine here in the Puget Sound area.

Price: $15.00
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Agapanthus 'Blue Heaven' Agapanthus 'Blue Heaven'

Blue Heaven brings some serious swagger to the garden.  This Nico Rijnbeek introduction can take a year or two to really establish in the garden but once it has, it owns that piece of ground.  Wide green leaves surround fat flower stems that hold XL blue flowerheads around 2' tall.  This has handled low teens fine with a thick blanket of mulch in winter.

Price: $15.00
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Agapanthus 'Margaret' Agapanthus 'Margaret'

One of the top hybrids bred by Steve Hickman of Hoyland's and is well-regarded among those in the know for its large powder-blue flowers on 30" stems.  We have just a few of these and owe thanks to plantsman Jim Fox's courier efforts from the UK and for sharing with us.

Price: $18.00
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Agapetes hosseana - ("Red Elf") Agapetes hosseana 'Red Elf'

Attractive cousin to blueberries growing in the trees of Thailands northern mountains.  Sometimes seen offered as a hybrid clone 'Red Elf', this is typical hosseana which is a small evergreen shrub with dark red flowers that can take light frost.  The fruit is edible and would be nice sprinkled on Thai Beef Salad, Phla Nuea.

Price: $15.00
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Astilbe x crispa 'Lilliput' Astilbe x crispa 'Lilliput'

A very dwarf and often hard to find Astilbe that couples congested dark green foliage which is reddish bronze when in new growth with stout little spires of pink flowers.  Don't be mislead by its small stature into thinking this is some ephemeral dainty - it is tough and durable.

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Astrantia 'Star of Royals' Astrantia 'Star of Royals'

Masterwort.  Long-blooming compact variety with lots of long-lasting pincushion white flowers tinged variously in light pink.  The pink is most pronounced of the reverse of the bracts surrounding the button of "true" flowers which gives this a teasing bicolor look.  Astrantias give back way more than you put into them which works out really well.

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Bergenia 'David' Bergenia 'David'

A hybrid Bergenia from the breeding work of Rosemarie Eskuche in Germany.  'David' has smallish leaves which stand quite upright taking on good color in the winter.  Being smaller and upright lends itself to containers or the rock garden.  Intense pink flowers on stems to 16" in spring are impossible to ignore unless of course you decorate with plastic flamingos.

Price: $16.00
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Ceanothus x delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles' Ceanothus x delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles'

A very hardy Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit Ceanothus.  If you are going to name something the Glory of Versailles then it had better be good!  A deciduous shrub to 6' or 7' high or more and 5' or so wide with soft powder blue panicles of scented flowers mid summer into fall.   C. americanus and the Mexican C. coeruleus are it's parents.

Price: $15.00
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Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon' Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon'

An old French hybrid, this is far less twitchy than some others in the genus and of a size far more suited to the home garden.  Sizable semi-deciduous ovate leaves are held on burgundy stems which terminate in fluffy plumes of pink flowers.  The flowers peak in early summer but continue to appear until early fall.  Tolerates more water than most Ceanothus and is hardier.

Price: $15.00
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Chaenomeles 'California' Chaenomeles x californica 'California'

An older cultivar introduced in 1948 by Walter Clarke of Clarke Nurseries in San Jose who was blazing new trails in breeding Chaenomeles by crossing C. cathayensis and the hybrid x superba.with the resulting crosses called x californica and then he just had to name one 'California'.  This has showy pink and rose-pink flowers.

Price: $18.00
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Chrysanthemum 'Snow Dome' Chrysanthemum 'Snow Dome'

Fantastic hybrid garden mum with small green leaves backed in silver and the whole plant forming a very dense mound just 16" tall and  2' across.  Foliage alone is worth growing this plant but when it covers itself in fall with small white flowers with a prominent yellow central button, you can pat yourself on the back for a choice well made.

Price: $12.00
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Chrysanthemum 'Sunrise Blush' Chrysanthemum 'Sunrise Blush'

One of two similar but subtly different chance seedlings in our garden thanks to the tireless hybridization efforts of our various bee species. Apparently they visited the nursery and purloined pollen from 'Dixter Pink' or 'Cottage Apricot' and placed it on our Chrysanthemum yezoense - awesome! Why didn't we think of that?  Softly pale pink flowers with petals flat to slightly reflexed.

Price: $18.00
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Chrysanthemum 'Sunset Blush' Chrysanthemum 'Sunset Blush'

One of two bee-inspired hybrid seedlings next to our Chrysanthemum yezoense which is in a line-of-sight flight path to flowering plants of Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Apricot' and 'Dixter Pink' in the nursery.  Evaluations of the two very similar hybrids by visitors were evenly split as to which was best so we've named them both to preserve harmony.

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Clematis 'Blue Ocean'  PBR & PPAF Clematis 'Blue Ocean' PBR & PPAF

Very nice 2014 introduction from Holland of this hybrid in the Diversifolia Group.  A small grower getting just 5 to 6 feet tall but with a serious flower display fro June to September.  This is part of the trend towards breeding plants for small gardens and for containers.  This will float your boat on the motion of your garden's ocean.  Prune to 6" in Feb-Mar.

Price: $15.00
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Clematis 'Blue Pirouette' ('Zobluepi' PBR & PPAF) Clematis 'Blue Pirouette' ('Zobluepi' PBR & PPAF)

A very manageable yet floriferous Clematis with 3" blue-violet flowers set off by a tuffet of white whiskery stamens.  This hybrid is in the diversifolia group and gets just 5'-6' tall appreciating a little help from its friends like nearby shrubs or small trellises. Young plants.

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Clematis 'Blue River' (Zoblueriver' PBR & PPAF) Clematis 'Blue River' (Zoblueriver' PBR & PPAF)

Heaps of praise have been bestowed upon this small hybrid and rightly so.  Blue-lavender 3" starry flowers are produced over a long period of time from mid summer into September often.  This is a scrambler not a twiner and will wend through shrubs to great effect orencouraged on a small trellis.

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Clematis 'Fascination' PBR & PP Clematis 'Fascination' PBR & PP

What is it about these small flowered Clems that tug at our hearts so?  Violet urns with recurved tips of very thick substance are like a rich necklace of amethyst laid upon the leaves and you are whisked to a lavish lobby dressed to the nines with champagne flute in hand and the orchestra is faintly tuning.  Lovely thing to dress a large shrub.

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Clematis MIENIE BELLE ('Zomibel' PBR & PPAF) Clematis MIENIE BELLE ('Zomibel' PBR & PPAF)

A very pleasing Dutch hybrid with the elegant Clematis texensis contributing excellent genetics.  A small rambling vine to 5'-6' with loads soft shell pink trumpet shaped flowers looking like small tulips strewn on the foliage.  Ideal scrambling into shrubs, these are young plants ready to settle in.

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Clethra pringlei x alnifolia Clethra alnifolia x pringlei

between the Mexican evergreen C. pringlei and the east coast C. alnifolia.  The result is great evergreen foliage becoming semi-evergreen in colder parts with copious candles of palest pink fragrant flowers in the latter half of summer.  This was shared with us by Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens in Texas which was ravaged by hurricane Harvey.

Price: $20.00
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Corydalis 'Heavenly Blue' Corydalis 'Heavenly Blue'

One of the very good blue flowered hybrids combining the best traits of Corydalis flexuosa with those of C. elata.  We were in China in 2006 and saw both species in a single day in the Wolong Panda area and these hybrids hold a special appeal to us.  In the Poppy family, this requires light to bright shade and moist soil where it will make a nice patch.  Z5-8.

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Corydalis 'Spinners' Corydalis 'Spinners'

This is perhaps the first of the hybrids to be introduced between Corydalis flexuosa and Corydalis elata and remains one of the best.  Scented blue flowers aging to purplish from mid spring to early summer in moist shade to part sun down to zone 6.

Price: $15.00
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Corydalis - Far Reaches Select Corydalis - Far Reaches Select

A chance seedling in our gardens with some affinity to "Purple Leaf' and other clones out of England.  The similarities are such that we were reluctant to clutter the field with another named Corydalis but it is good enough to share so an "unofficial" descriptive is our solution.  Purplish new leaves and scented lavender-blue flowers.

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Crocosmia 'A. J. Hogan' Crocosmia 'A. J. Hogan'

A 1994 introduction from John Hogan of Cornwall in the UK with his excellent 'Lana de Savary' as one of the parents which also carries the bloodlines of 'Lucifer'.  This has bright red-orange upward facing trumpet-shaped flowers which makes sense when you are looking down.  This is likely the first introduction of this cultivar to North America.

Price: $18.00
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Crocosmia 'Beth Chatto' Crocosmia 'Beth Chatto'

Named for the inspirational nurserywoman and gardener, this selection has narrow red petals slightly recurved held well above the narrow green leaves.  The petals are touched lightly in orange which gently seeps to the small central yellow eye nestled coyly in the throat.  This carries inherent expectations given the celebrated name and does not disappoint.

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Crocosmia 'Debutante' Crocosmia 'Debutante'

As neither of us were lucky enough to be debutantes ourselves, growing this 'Debutante' is ample solace. The flowers are small but tend to face upwards opening orange but fading rapidly to a soft pink in the interior which is accented by a yellow eye while the exterior retains a deeper orange-red coloring. To 30" of tidy habit with conservative values until it blooms

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Crocosmia 'Highlight' Crocosmia 'Highlight'

A 1998 introduction from the UK with handsome pale orange flowers lit up by some yellow in the centers.  This is by no means available in the US except from maybe one nursery, now give me a minute and I'll come up with the name……wait - it's us of course!  I've got to quit multi-tasking.  All of the studies show this is exactly what happens.

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Crocosmia 'Phillipa Browne' Crocosmia 'Phillipa Browne'

Nice red-orange flowers really puts on a show later in August which comes at a time when some of the other reddish varieties have finished flowering.  Named for Phillipa Browne who is a Crocosmia hybridizer in the UK.  We want to think she didn't name this after herself and that a fellow nurseryman chose to honor her work in this way.

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Dahlia 'Bishop of Canterbury' Dahlia 'Bishop of Canterbury'

A wild combination of bright magenta flowers and dark foliage which, after our initial recoil of horror, we have come to appreciate and indeed, admire. We have enough botanically interesting plants with green flowers and things ending in "minutiflora" that a blast of color is a rush and a good reminder that color is fun.  We can leave our Dahlia in the ground over winter here.

Price: $16.00
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Delosperma 'Kelaidis' Delosperma 'Kelaidis'

Zone 5 hardy Ice Plant which arose as a spontaneous hybrid seedling in Denver and was named for our friend Panayoti Kelaidis, Senior Curator at Denver Botanic Garden and great guy at a party.  Key here is great drainage for our winter wet.  Lean, sandy soil and a gravel mulch is a good idea. Flowers the color of thin-sliced backlit salmon Lox.

Price: $10.00
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