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Prosartes hookeri 'Callie's Gold' Prosartes hookeri 'Callie's Gold'

The first all-gold foliage form of our native Prosartes hookeri.  These are seed-grown from our fantastic variegated Prosartes hookeri 'Lemonworth' (Thanks Daniel Mosquin for the name!) which we found near Leavenworth WA.  Seedlings come up either green or gold and we look forward to planting seed of this gold form.

Price: $50.00
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Epipactis gigantea 'Eco-Arbuckle' Epipactis gigantea 'Eco-Arbuckle'

Collected by the late Don Jacobs from an especially robust population at the eastern extension of its range in in the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma. This eastern extension our native Western Stream Orchid will soon form a colony of flowering stems with small orange-yellow-brown flowers. Moist to wet rich soil - it's easy!

Price: $32.00
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Epipactis gigantea 'Serpentine Night' Epipactis gigantea 'Serpentine Night'

A rich reddish purple foliage form of our native Western Stream Orchid found by Roger Raiche in California and the best foliage of any selection. Totally hardy outside and loves a wet spot but is perfectly happy in a garden bed that doesn't dry out. This makes a colony of vibrant colored leafy stems bearing numerous orange-brown-yellow flowers. Divisions from our patch potted this spring.

Price: $32.00
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Garrya elliptica 'James Roof' Garrya elliptica 'James Roof'

'James Roof' is a man among boys when you are talking West Coast Silktassels. This male cultivar is gloriously well-hung with flowering catkins that dangle nearly a foot in length resulting in catkin-envy among other Garrya cultivars and the occasional insecure gardener.  Or so we are told. Tough evergreen doing it's thing in early spring.

Price: $18.00
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Veratrum viride Veratrum viride

We love seeing this False Hellebore when we are hiking up to Marmot Pass or Mt Townsend in the Olympics.  Always growing in dappled light or partly sunny spts where there is ample moisture, the big wide pleated leaves are perfect with the drooping plume-like green flowers.  Deer proof.

Price: $15.00
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Anemone drummondii var. lithophila Anemone drummondii var. lithophila

Nice little Anemone for the rock garden with white flowers on 4"-10" stems. This grows in the Rockies from Idaho, Montana and Wyoming up though Canada into Alaska where it favors open rocky ridges from 6500' to 10,000' so hardiness is not in question. We grew these from seed given us as var. lithophila, we suspected var. drummondii, but it keys to var. lithophila.

Price: $15.00
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Asarum caudatum Asarum caudatum

Our selection from the California Redwoods of a large-leafed and vigorous clone of Wild Ginger. This sports large glossy green leaves which mask the sizable brown starfish flowers hidden underneath.  We always like surprises.  A dense big groundcover in shaded rich moist soil.

Price: $18.00
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Lysichiton americanus 'Cheek-by-Jowl' Lysichiton americanus 'Cheek-by-Jowl'

Our selection from near the extirpated location of a dwarf population above Carbonado relayed to us by NW plant legend Edith Dusek.  This has proved to be very atypical in that it produces a zillion crowns in a single plant,  A one gallon pot plant had 50 divisions, a large garden clump over a thousand.  Smaller than lowland clones.

Price: $18.00
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Olsynium douglasii FRF8587 - rounded purple Olsynium douglasii FRF8587 - rounded purple

A floriferous form of of our native Grass Widow with rounded petals. Like all of our Olsynium selections, this has been a long process of a decade or so to get this to a size where division is possible and we feel like we can safely release a few. Early flowering in Feb-Mar and fully dormant by summer. Myriad variants can be found in flower shape, color, size, time of bloom etc.

Price: $25.00
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Polemonium pulcherrimum Polemonium pulcherrimum

From our seed collection from the alpine rock scree of our neighboring Olympic Mts of this exquisite Jacob's Ladder.   Compact caespitose plants with soft pinnate leaves and copious blue flowers that are just perfectly this side of too much.  This one plant made the long steep hike worthwhile!  Rock or crevice gardens.

Price: $16.00
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Prosartes hookeri Prosartes (syn. Disporum) hookeri

One of the pleasing elements of our PNW woodlands is this Fairy Bell which always feels like we have just bumped into an old friend when we come across it hiking.  Recently moved from Disporum into Prosartes, this has small white flowers in spring and nice orange fruit in mid to late summer.

Price: $16.00
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Trillium kurabayashii Trillium kurabayashii

Surely one of the finest Trillium species and perhaps the most fervently desired plant in our shade garden.  This is an uncommon species growing in southern Oregon and Northern California.  Dark red sessile flowers with a slight twist of the petals stand at attention above maculated leaves.

Price: $28.00
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Erythronium oregonum Erythronium oregonum

Nice native bulb surprisingly seldom available.  Mottled leaves and multiple pale yellow to creamy yellow flowers in multiples hang above the foliage.  Very good naturalizer from seed and one of the most requested plants in our shade garden.

Price: $12.00
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Sisyrinchium idahoense Sisyrinchium idahoense

Blue-Eyed Grass.  A West Coast and Washington State native that grows in mid to higher elevations in moist locations. This is very easy in our lowland gardens and a nice addition to the native plant garden. Low tuffets of green grassy blades and small blue-lavender flowers.

Price: $16.00
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Athyrium filix-femina 'Frizelliae' Athyrium filix-femina 'Frizelliae'

Tatting Fern.  Perfect for you all lace-makers out there as the very narrow fronds resemble tatted lace.  I have to say I don't know anyone who tats lace anymore.  Tattoos yes but lace, no.  Delicate and intricate texture with 12"-18" long fronds.  Deciduous,  moist & bright shade.

Price: $15.00
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Synthyris pinnatifida var. lanuginosa Synthyris pinnatifida var. lanuginosa

An Olympic Mountain endemic meaning it is found nowhere else.  This sweet little alpine is found on the dark shaley-sandy ridgetops and is one of the first alpines to flower blooming with fuzzy little pokers of blue-violet flowers as soon as the snow clears the exposed ridges.  Good in troughs or rock gardens.

Price: $15.00
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Arenaria sp. ex. Wallowa Mts Arenaria sp. ex. Wallowa Mts

A fine little tight mat-forming alpine from the Wallowas in Oregon that appeals only to the most nerdacious of plant nerds in the elevated stratosphere of alpine plant and rock garden geekdom because this is essentially a small swatch of closely clipped putting green astroturf.  It flowers but you will likely miss it.

Price: $12.00
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Vaccinium ovatum 'St. Andrews' Vaccinium ovatum 'St. Andrews'

A very dwarf selection of our native red huckleberry found in the garden at St. Andrews in Scotland.  This is extremely dwarf to just a few inches high but spreading to 3' across in time.  That would be a long time.  Brilliant red and orange new growth.  Perfect little rock garden shrub.

Price: $12.00
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Erythronium revolutum Erythronium revolutum

Our native Fawnlily which grows from California up to BC.  It is difficult to imagine having too many of these but judging from the copious self-sown seedlings in our shade garden, we'll soon see.  Dormant in early summer so they aren't in the way.  Pink flowers, leaves mottled when young.

Price: $16.00
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Penstemon barrettiae Penstemon barrettiae

Let's talk drought tolerance. This is one step up from cactus. We always marvel at this growing out of cracks in sheer basalt cliffs on the dry Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge and looking oh so good despite the most rigorous of conditions. Great for the rock garden. Good drainage.  Purple-pink flowers on this evergreen subshrub.

Price: $15.00
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Vancouveria planipetala MD 04-27 Vancouveria planipetala MD 04-027

Redwood ivy.  Vigorous carpeter in optimal conditions with evergreen foliage  which bronzes up in winter.  The tiny white flower motes benefit from profusion and the fact that they are the smallest in the genus is offset by this species having the best foliage which is what you have 95% of the year.  Our collection from California

Price: $18.00
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Pseudotrillium rivale syn. Trillium rivale Pseudotrillium rivale syn. Trillium rivale

This sweet little Trillium from the Siskiyou Mountains has been moved into its own genus of which it is the sole representative.  This is known as a monotypic genus and we are drawn to such isolated species.  This is quite diminutive but is very beautiful with usually white flowers but can be pink or have varying degrees of dark pink spotting.  It increases well by division - these are nice freshly divided plants.

Price: $40.00
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Coptis asplenifolia Coptis asplenifolia

Gold Thread.  This is a rare native to WA but more common in BC and AK.  Great evergreen groundcover for moist shade with glossy parsley leaves and golden thin rhizomes hence the common name.  Dye plant and most likely medicinal.  This spreads well in loose moist soil.

Price: $15.00
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Lonicera involucrata var. ledebourii Lonicera involucrata var. ledebourii

Twinberry Honeysuckle.  This the southern variant of our native shrubby Honeysuckle which here in Washington has tubular yellow flowers but down in southern Oregon and California, these flowers are little firecrackers of orangish-red.  Tough plant liking wet sites but quite tolerant of drier spots.  Hummers like this!

Price: $16.00
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Gaultheria humifusa Gaultheria humifusa

Alpine Wintergreen. Our collection as cuttings of this little groundcover growing on the shores just above waterline at a montane forest lake in northern California. Seldom encountered for sale despite being distributed across the western US and Canada. White flowers with a red calyx followed by red fruit.  This has been easy-peasy for us and enjoys an airy moist soil high in organic matter.

Price: $15.00
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Erythronium grandiflorum Erythronium grandiflorum

Yellow Avalanche Lily.  Who doesn't love seeing this during a mountain hike in the Olympics or Cascades where these seem to leap out of the ground soon after the snow recedes?  There is nothing like a hillside sheeted in thousands of these in bloom.  This one you are holding could be the start of the same in your garden..

Price: $15.00
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Olsynium douglasii FRF7880 - white with purple stripes Olsynium douglasii FRF7880 - white with purple stripes

A white flowered form with purple stripes of of our native Grass Widow. Like all of our Olsynium selections, this has been a long process of a decade or so to get this to a size where division is possible and we feel like we can safely release a few. Early flowering in Feb-Mar and fully dormant by summer. Myriad variants can be found in flower shape, color, size, time of bloom etc.

Price: $25.00
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Olsynium douglasii FRF7882 - large purple, long petals Olsynium douglasii FRF7882 - large purple, long petals

Large purple flowers with narrow petals in this selection. Like all of our Olsynium selections, this has been a long process of a decade or so to get this to a size where division is possible and we feel like we can safely release a few. Early flowering in Feb-Mar and fully dormant by summer. Myriad variants can be found in flower shape, color, size, time of bloom etc.

Price: $25.00
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Olsynium douglasii FRF7883 - striped Olsynium douglasii FRF7883 - striped

An especially good striped flower form in this selection. Like all of our Olsynium selections, this has been a long process of a decade or so to get this to a size where division is possible and we feel like we can safely release a few. Early flowering in Feb-Mar and fully dormant by summer. Myriad variants can be found in flower shape, color, size, time of bloom etc.

Price: $25.00
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Olsynium douglasii FRF7885 - tall purple Olsynium douglasii FRF7885 - tall purple

An especially tall, purple-flowered form in this selection. Like all of our Olsynium selections, this has been a long process of a decade or so to get this to a size where division is possible and we feel like we can safely release a few. Early flowering in Feb-Mar and fully dormant by summer. Myriad variants can be found in flower shape, color, size, time of bloom etc.

Price: $25.00
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