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Aconitum bulbuliferum ‘Monk Gone Wild' CDHM14523 Aconitum bulbuliferum 'Monk Gone Wild' CDHM14523

Our collection of this distinctive viningMonkshood from the wooded slopes of Longshou in Sichuan.   We think this is quite superior to other color forms of this rare species and have given it the name 'Monk Gone Wild' because it is a pretty crazy color for a Monkshood plus this monk managed to remain technically celibate yet still have lots of children via stem bulbils.

Price: $25.00
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Aconitum hemsleyanum 'Red Wine' Aconitum hemsleyanum 'Red Wine'

Fabulous wine-colored (red - not white) vining Monkshood that cannot fail to please with late summer into fall flowers.  Perfect for sun to light shade, this will make annual growth of 10'-15' if it has something to twine onto.  Best part, it's poisonous - take that, deer!

Price: $25.00
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Aconitum hemsleyanum H2DM 056 Aconitum hemsleyanum H2DM 056

Our collection of this most impressive vining Monkshood.  Sumptuous flowers of a good blue with a white interior  This one is a real cracker and these will easily grow 8'-12' or even 15' tall provided they have something to twine onto.  An immense treat in August and September.

Price: $20.00
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Aconitum hemsleyanum H2MD 003 Aconitum hemsleyanum H2MD 003

This vining monkshood is from our seed collection of this herbaceous vine which was growing in a large shrub hanging out over a stream in a cold rain.  The potential for becoming even wetter was pretty good and fortunately, such a risk proved well worth it as this has large blue flowers with a pale white lip.  This has been a star in our shade garden flowering in late August into September.

Price: $20.00
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Aristolochia baetica Aristolochia baetica

Andalusian Dutchman's Pipe.  Native to Portugal, Spain and hopping across Gibraltar to North Africa, this curious vine with its heart-shaped leaves always gives pause with its small mahogany-purple flowers shaped like trippy little saxophones.  We find it nigh unto impossible to walk by without stopping to admire the pixie quirkiness.  Comparatively large seed pods follow the flowers.

Price: $15.00
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Aristolochia sempervirens Aristolochia sempervirens

Quirky little evergreen vine from the Mediterranean that brings delight far out of proportion to the size of its flowers. Small curved pipe-like flowers are a subtle burnished pale flesh on the outside accented by thin reddish lines.  The flared pipe bowl is a perky yellow with faint lines in the back of the throat and a rim of umber, delicately whiskered.

Price: $15.00
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Berberidopsis beckleri Berberidopsis beckleri - Nursery Pick Up Only

A Far Reaches Botanical Conservancy Offering.  Evergreen vine exceptionally rare to find for sale……..if there was only some nursery somewhere mental enough to invest the time and effort needed to acquire this and grow it for the sake of a few die-hard plant nerds……that would be so cool!  From cool rainforests in Australia, small pink flowers and red fruit.

Price: $50.00
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Berberidopsis corallina Berberidopsis corallina

The only plant we grow in the Berberidopsidaceae and after typing this, thank god.  One of the choicest woodland plants and a connoisseur climber for mild sheltered gardens.  A well-grown Berberidopsis in your garden makes you a garden queen.  Not gender specific. Evergreen, late summer deep coral flowers.

Price: $18.00
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Bomarea cf. edulis NAB032 Bomarea cf. edulis NAB 032

Unflowered plants from our seed collection, although attributes and geography suggest a likelihood of this being the species edulis due to widespread cultivation from pre-Columbian times thanks to the edible tubers.  If this is edulis, expect 24 or more pink-tubed flowers with green-yellow throats in a fireworks umbel.  Showy orange seeds in fall.

Price: $25.00
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Boquila trifoliolata Boquila trifoliolata

Chameleon Vine.  Crazy evergreen vine from the temperate forests of Chile and Argentina which only very recently was found to mimic the plants upon which it grows.  The leaves increase or decrease in size, get darker or lighter, broader or narrower depending on its host or nearby plant.  Flowers are insignificant on this science project.

Price: $16.00
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Callistemon viridiflorus - Hardy Clone Callistemon viridiflorus - Hardy Clone

This clone of an already hardy bottlebrush species has been hardier than
the typical offering by a few degrees and personally, our most grievous
losses have been by a few degrees.  This is likely from a higher and
more exposed location in Tasmania as it is also more compact than
typical and has handled one winter where it went into single digits.

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.

Price: $15.00
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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.

Price: $15.00
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Clematis 'Lunar Lass' Clematis 'Lunar Lass'

A hybrid of Clematis marata and C. marmoria from Graham Hutchins of the famed County Park Nursery in New Zealand.  This fairly tender little evergreen creeper has early spring female flowers of greenish-white which are strongly scented of citrus.  Perfect little container plant to overwinter in the cool greenhouse or outside in mild areas.

Price: $18.00
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Clematis - Integrifolia Group seedlings Clematis - Integrifolia Group seedlings

These are seed-grown from our plant of 'Hakure' which is often seen as 'Hakuree'.  The parent plant was bred and selected by Hiroshi Hayakama in Japan in the early 90's who chose this for its floriferous display of white flowers just touched with fleeting lavender and sporting twisted tepals.  Our seed-grown progeny will vary from deep purple to white but all will be good. 18"-30" tall.

Price: $16.00
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Clematis otophora MD 15-19 Clematis otophora MD 15-19

A collection from Zhejiang Province from the fall of of 2015 where it grew in an open forest setting around a former temple site on a mountain. This collection represents a significant range extension to the east based on Flora of China's range to western Hubei. Large showy seed heads on this rare semi-evergreen to deciduous vine. Flowers yellow bells.

Price: $18.00
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Clematis aff. repens Clematis repens BO Collection

A rare wild collection of this species from Hailuogou, Luding, Sichuan at 2750 meters whose identity was in doubt until flowering.  A creeper to low climber in the wild, this collection comes from a cold and wet area so should be good here.  Small yellow bells are most attttractive and would love a rotting log.   Moist bright shade.

Price: $18.00
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Codonopsis bhutanica Codonopsis bhutanica

Rare Campanula relative from Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet.  This has a perennial carrot-like root and in mid spring, the new growth emerges getting 12"-18" tall and tipped by pale blue bells with a darker blue base.  We collect Codonopsis every time we see them in Asia because we love them.  Musky foliage if bruised.

Price: $18.00
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Codonopsis convolvulacea subsp. grey-wilsonii Codonopsis convolvulacea subsp. grey-wilsonii

One of the showiest in this genus of  vining Bellflowers.  Large purple-blue flowers with a dark ring - sometimes pure white - quickens our pulses in either expression. Recently reduced from species status, grey-wilsonii has been retained as a geographic race of the species convolvulacea based on larger leaves and flowers.

Price: $15.00
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Codonopsis lanceolata Codonopsis lanceolata

Interesting genus in the Bellflower or Campanula family and we try to grow as many different ones as possible.  Just how long can we last growing unprofitable plants is a question we ponder.  This is one of the better ones for the garden making perennial carrot roots and annual vines to 4' with tubby cream flowers with purple corolla lips.  Z5 at least.

Price: $16.00
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Codonopsis tubulosa CDHM14607 Codonopsis tubulosa CDHM14607

Our collection of this Asian herbaceous perennial vining member of the Bellflower or Campanula family, this is very distinctive in having narrow and elegant tubular green flowers on a vine to 8'.  This will die down each fall but pop back in the spring.  This prefers bright shade to part shade and we found this growing in shrubbery in open forest.

Price: $15.00
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Codonopsis vinciflora Codonopsis vinciflora

Codonopsis are curious things. These are herbaceous vining relatives of Campanula or Bellflowers and seem an unlikely expression of such. From an almost bulbous root arises several tendril shoots which love to twine into surrounding shrubs from which to display their 2" dusky lavender star shaped flowers.

Price: $18.00
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Ercilla spicata (syn. E. volubilis) Ercilla spicata (syn. E. volubilis)

It is unlikely your neighbor will have this if you are into one-upmanship.  This is a self-clinging evergreen climber from Chile which would perfectly cover a large stump for example.  It has fuzzy and tubby bottlebrush flowers that are an ethereal pinky lavender-white.  Best in a sheltered spot.

Price: $15.00
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Fallopia baldschuanica  'Lemon Lace' Fallopia baldschuanica 'Lemon Lace'

OMG!  What a Vine!!  I have no idea how to text a message but people younger than me says this means for Oh My God and omg, this perennial dying to the ground each year vine with white flowers in late summer eats Golden Hops for lunch.  Expect 20' of blazing color.

Price: $12.00
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Ficus pumila Ficus pumila

Steve Hootman saw this growing and established in a Pennsylvania garden and with a puzzled "What the hell?", immediately took cuttings.  This evergreen groundcover Ficus is most often grown as a houseplant but this Pennsylvania selection should do well in the PNW.  Will cling to walls or rocks.

Price: $12.00
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Hedera helix 'Dyinnii' Hedera helix 'Dyinnii'

An extremely dwarf Ivy found in 2005 by Dutch nurseryman Cees van Ostaayen who noticed a miniature sport on Hedera helix 'Needle Point'. This one came to our attention in John Massey's private garden at Ashwood Nursery where it called to us from among the abundance of rarities and perfection.  Should this little gem throw a shoot that is unnecessarily more vigorous in an attempt to revert, just nip it off.

Price: $15.00
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Hydrangea seemanii Hydrangea seemanii

A Mexican self-clinging evergreen climber or if left unsupported, it develops arboreal stems which will support it as a large shrub.  Grown this way it willsend out questing branches looking to climb but they are easy to nip off.  Great for a north wall or Doug Fir.  White lace caps in July.

Price: $15.00
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Jasminum humile f. wallichianum Jasminum humile f. wallichianum

This is a lovely deciduous scrambling twining and vining shrub from Nepal with scented narrow tubular yellow flowers in clusters followed in fall by black pea-like fruit.  Quite a nice alternative for the small arbor or trellis on a wall.  And we are pretty sure it is deer resistant as well!

Price: $15.00
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Lapageria rosea Lapageria rosea

This is one of those plants worth the greenhouse space if you can't grow it outside which we can't.  An evergreen vine from Chile where it is the national flower. Big waxy pendant flowers of typically rose red. These normally flower in late summer and fall. and we were entranced by beautiful specimens in bloom when we visited the west of Scotland in the fall of 2013.

Price: $30.00
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Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'

This is a dynamite cultivar also called 'Florida' but names aside, the flowers totally rock.  White and dark red fragrant flowers marry nicely with the rich purple-tinted foliage.  We keep ours trimmed to an informal shrub but it can be a vigorous vine.  Nice orange fruit.

Price: $15.00
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