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Ichtyoselmis (syn. Dicentra) macrantha Ichtyoselmis (syn. Dicentra) macrantha

Chinese Bleeding Heart.  This is a departure from the ferny foliaged Dicentras we are used to by sporting broad leaflets looking more Astilbe than Dicentra.  Another departure is the cream to soft yellow flowers.  Vigorous in moist rich soil, this makes an impressive patch quickly.

Price: $15.00
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Ichtyoselmis (syn. Dicentra) macrantha Ichtyoselmis (syn. Dicentra) macrantha - Nursery Pick Up Only

Chinese Bleeding Heart.  This is a departure from the ferny foliaged Dicentras we are used to by sporting broad leaflets looking more Astilbe than Dicentra.  Another departure is the cream to soft yellow flowers.  Vigorous in moist rich soil, this makes an impressive patch quickly.

Price: $16.00
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Impatiens tinctoria Impatiens tinctoria

An awesome - and I don't use this word lightly - hardy Impatiens from Africa.  John Grimshaw in the UK speaks highly of this species.  To 6' tall in morning sun or light shade with awesome (there i go again) 3" wide flat-faced white flowers with a red throat.  Gorgeous.  Perennial big tuberous roots.  Not a seeding thug.

Price: $15.00
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Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra' Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra'

Japanese Blood Grass.  One of the finest of all ornamental grasses.  This selection is slow growing and doesn't seed about unlike the straight species.  Fabulous red foliage win sun slowly making dense clumps.  Goes dormant in winter and just a few simple snips and fall cleanup is done.

Price: $16.00
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Incarvillea forrestii KGB 43 Incarvillea forrestii KGB 43

Every spring I say 'O-mi-gawd!  How does that little thing do that?"  Flowers completely over the top and a celebration of extravagant copious excess which would lead one to think this is the All-American plant but in reality is from the Kunming-Gothenburg Expedition NW Yunnan China 1993.

Price: $12.00
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Incarvillea olgae Incarvillea olgae

Grown from seed given to us by xeric, steppe and rock garden guru, Panayoti Kelaidis of Denver Botanic Garden.  Brilliant plantsman who, if you gave him an hour lead time, would be conversant in aquatic plants native to Lake Malawi and the nearby Great Rift Valley.  This Central Asian species grows natively on rocky, sandy slopes and in the garden, is quite drought tolerant.  Thrives in Denver, this will get 3'-4'+ with pink flowers in summer.

Price: $15.00
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Indigofera heterantha Indigofera heterantha

Fabulous Award of Garden Merit shrub that has lovely pinnate Pea-like foliage and scads of luscious pink Pea flowers for several weeks from early to mid-summer.  Quite pest free and wanting only good sun and drainage.  A little light pruning for shape once a year and you are set to enjoy.

Price: $15.00
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Iris domestica (syn. Belamcanda chinensis) MD15-98 Iris domestica (syn. Belamcanda chinensis) MD1598

Blackberry Lily. Our collection of this extremely widespread Asian species which not only has attractive deep orange flowers that are overlaid in a plethora of red spots but also the seed is curiously attractive looking for all the world like a large blackberry. This has wide application in traditional Chinese medicine and our collection is likely an escapee from the local mountain village.

Price: $15.00
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Iris gracilipes 'Buko Form' Iris gracilipes 'Buko Form'

Primo little collector's Iris with charming white flowers - smaller than the more frequently encountered 'Alba' - over dense mounds of fine-bladed foliage. It's graceful appearance hides a tough core and an implacable perseverance that has kept it in our collection for over two decades.   A Japanese deciduous species preferring light shade or part sun.  This is a good one.

Price: $25.00
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Iris henryi - Clone #1 Iris henryi - Clone #1

Very rare collectible and delectable Iris from China introduced by Darrell Probst.  This Iris is seldom available and is one of the stars in our shade garden.  This particular clone has slightly larger flowers that are white without any blue shading.  Makes an evergreen fine grassy mound.  Best i light shade or part sun.  Slow growing and totally rules when mature.

Price: $25.00
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Iris henryi - Clone #2 Iris henryi - Clone #2

This clone of this fabulous Iris introduced by Darrell Probst is one of our favorite plants of all time.  Very fine grassy foliage making a large lax dense mound that is festooned with small white jewels of flowers.  It won't happen overnight but give this a few years and you will have some serious bragging rights.  Not that we ever concern ourselves with things like that.............

Price: $20.00
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Iris hookeri Iris hookeri

Found growing along coastal Maine and up the eastern Canadian seaboard, this was known as the dwarf form of I. setosa but is now regarded as a distinct species.  Favoring moist places but adapting very well to average garden conditions, this is best described in the most rigorous of botanical terms as "Cute".  Very hardy.

Price: $12.00
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Iris PCH 'Broadleigh Rose' Iris PCH 'Broadleigh Rose'

The nerve of the English making Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris selections!  But we 'll let it go this time because this is a winner.  Falls the color of antique rose with nice venation and yellow thumbprint with subtle falls of the aged pink so often found in grandma;s house.  Vigorous and sturdy evergreen.

Price: $15.00
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Iris PCH 'Endless' Iris PCH 'Endless'

This Pacific Coast hybrid Iris from a 1985 Ghio introduction has indeed provided endless enjoyment since its release. Eye-catching without stridency, the three broad falls have a rich dark berry thumbprint at their base transitioning to a good rose color at fall's end.  The prominent upright style crest on each fall is a light rose while the smaller sepals separate the richly colored falls with the color of old bone shot with red veins.

Price: $15.00
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Iris sp. CDHM 14571 Iris sp. CDHM 14571

Seed collected at 3200 meters in Sichuan in an open grazed small meadow area adjoining low scrub. Tightly clumping, deciduous and allied to Iris japonica but is something totally new. Small blue flowers are laddered down the stems in the leaf axils.  This has baffled some of the top authorities on Chinese Iris both here in the US and in the UK

Price: $40.00
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