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Barnardia japonica syn. Scilla scillioides Barnardia japonica syn. Scilla scillioides

Fricking taxonomists - we were so happy with Scilla scillioides.  Choice and seldom ofered Chines/Japan/Korean bulb that flowers in late summer with 10"-15" stems of Scilla-like pinkish-lavender flowers without the distraction of its grassy leaves.  Pretty cool and easy naturalizer that we can finally offer.

Price: $12.00
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Prospero autumnale (syn. Scilla autumnalis) Prospero autumnale (syn. Scilla autumnalis)

Grown from wild collected seed in Europe, this tough but dainty in appearance bulb is valuable for flowering in the fall.  In late summer long after the thin grassy leaves have disappeared, stems to 10" bear numerous lilac-pink flowers,  Good for the rock garden or naturalizing.  We've grown it for 30 years - it's durable!

Price: $15.00
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Salix aff. bockii DJHC 742 Salix aff. bockii DJHC 742

Interesting willow which we like a lot from a Hinkley collection in Sichuan. An upright plant at 9' in the garden here and no idea of ultimate height but we guess small tree at most.  Very small leaves clad the stems and the thin catkins are,,,,,,well, willowy.  Keying Salix gives us a bit of a headache as the genus is just one big open marriage in the wild with hybridity very common but we will suss it out.

Price: $16.00
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Salix eleagnos Salix eleagnos

A graceful Willow from SE France and Italy often referred to as the Rosemary Willow.  The narrow leaves are bright silver white underneath which contrast nicely with the burnished mahogany stems on the new growth,  This can be trained to a small tree or coppiced for a dense bush.

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Salix lindleyana Salix lindleyana

Creeping Himalayan Willow or Lindley's Willow.  Use this as a small ground cover or a small spiller over a wall or container with its new growth having reddish stems and last year's stems sporting cute little catkins. Not a fan of hot climates, this is for cooler northern gardens and will be hardy to zone 4.  John Lindley would be proud.

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Salix magnifica Salix magnifica

Nothing willowy about this Chinese Willow! Stiffly erect stems hold large rounded leaves evocative of Magnolia than Salix.  Pinkish new growth adds to the charm and the catkins are impressive on this male clone.  Likes a good moist soil to to really do its best.

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Salvia 'Windwalker Royal Red' Salvia 'Windwalker Royal Red'

A sure-to-be favorite is this hybrid from Denver's Kelly Grummons who crossed or perhaps found a bee seedling between Salvia darcyi and S. microphylla. This 2015 Plant Select introduction wowed us when we saw it in Denver in 2014. Blood-red flowers on 3'-4' stems from late June to October and hardy to zone 5. Grummons - you rule, dude!

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Salvia brevilabra DJH 04 Salvia brevilabra DJH 04

Robust Salvia from a Hinkley collection at high elevation in Sichuan.  This is a tough perennial which will increase in width with the large leaves acting as a weed suppressing shield.  Rosy-purple flowers, at least as I remember them, are held nicely above the leaves in mid summer.  Prefers light shade to a little sun.

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Salvia confertiflora Salvia confertiflora

Tender perennial from Brazil but easy to overwinter inside and worth every effort.  This late bloomer has 6"-10" spikes of rusty red flowers jutting above dark green heavily textured foliage.  Give those Asters something to idolize.  Thanks to Beverley Merrifield for sharing unintentionally.

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Salvia dombeyi Salvia dombeyi

Salvia of the Gods.  A small padding kneeling bench is handy to have in front of this plant to make it easier for garden visitors as they spontaneously fall to their knees.  We forgive its need to be grown frost-free because the flowers rule.  Immense red pendulous flowers from the huge calyces.  Best not in wind.

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Salvia forskaohlei Salvia forskaohlei

This dandy Salvia came to us from the garden of Dan Post of whom we hold in the highest possible esteem.  He has trialed this under intense deer pressure and it gets a thumbs up in all the critical categories.  Easy, hardy, deer-proof and lovely.  Bushy big leaves to 2' and tall branched flowering stems to 40" with blue violet flowers splotched in white, touched in yellow.

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Salvia macrophylla x sagittata Salvia macrophylla x sagittata

We got our plant from Stephen F. Austin Arboretum in Texas and while it is frost sensitive, the good display of blue flowers in late summer and fall makes this worth overwintering in the sunroom or cool greenhouse as it is perennial and such overwintered plants will start struttin' its flowers earlier in the summer with that typical Texan swagger.

Price: $18.00
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Sanicula caerulescens Sanicula caerulescens

Superb little performer from China that is like some sort of impish Thalictrum with short stems to 6" and open umbels of blue and white flowers.  The main show is in late spring but the flowers keep coming all summer.  Just a sweet bit of conversational perfection along the edge of a path.

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Sarcococca bleddynii FMWJ 13180 Sarcococca bleddynii FMWJ 13180 ex Vietnam

This species was only recently described by botanist Julian Shaw in 2012 from a collection in Hoang Lien Son range on the second summit trail of Phansi Pu in Vietnam. These are second-generation seed-grown plants from a 2011 recollection by Floden-Mitchell & Wynn-Jones.

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Sarcococca ruscifolia 'Dragon Gate' Sarcococca ruscifolia var. chinensis 'Dragon Gate'

A Roy Lancaster introduction of the variety chinensis from Yunnan, China (which in of itself is reason enough to have this plant in the collection) of an invaluable winter blooming shrub tolerant of deep shade with white fragrant flowers from late fall into early winter.  Superb shade evergreen shrub.

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Sarcococca wallichii GWJ9427 Sarcococca wallichii GWJ9427

From a Goddard-Wynn-Jones 2002 collection on the Singalila Ridge near Darjeeling in Northern India at 2450 meters.  A strong grower with fragrant white flowers October to January which are followed by blackish fruit.  This dislikes freezing winds but who doesn't?  Thanks to Jim Fox for sharing this goody.

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Saruma henryi Saruma henryi

This choice Chinese perennial is related to our native Ginger or Asarum and Saruma being an anagram of Asarum is what passes for humor in botanical nomenclature.  Felty heart shaped foliage bronze when young and half inch yellow flowers right away and through the summer.  Easy.

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Saxifraga callosa 'Lantoscana Superba' Saxifraga callosa 'Lantoscana Superba'

This is a very good silver encrusted Saxifrage from the Maritime Alps with full 12" panicles of white flowers and was granted an Award of Garden Merit.  Rock gardens and troughs, this would beautifully fill a 3-4 inch crevice between rocks.

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Saxifraga epiphylla 'Jinfo Gem' MD10-175 Saxifraga epiphylla 'Jinfo Gem' MD10-175

Our collection of this distinct form from the summit of Jinfoshan where it grew in the moss on the shaded vertical face of a hard limestone rock face.  Small dark green round leaves colored in deep maroon on the reverse and flower stems covered in long red hairs upon first emergence, elongate to bear a small cloud of white flowers.

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Saxifraga epiphylla DJHC0581 Saxifraga epiphylla DJHC0581

A very good form of the species collected by Dan Hinkley in China.  All parts - leaves, scape or flower stem, flowers - larger than typically found in the species.  Fresh grass green leaves are marked in silver and the flower stems bears a snowstorm of simple white flowers This will thrive in the moist shade garden but prefers light to bright shade.

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Saxifraga fortunei 'Mt Nachi' Saxifraga fortunei 'Mt Nachi'

A superlative form of this Saxifrage which we got years ago from Wendy Perry at Bosvigo Plants in England who got it from Elizabeth Strangman at Washfield Nursery.  Very compact with lots of short stems bearlng airy white flowers.  A true connoisseur's plant for moist lightly shaded spots.

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Saxifraga fortunei - Dwarf Form Saxifraga fortunei - Dwarf Form

Perhaps the dwarfest form of Saxifraga fortunei which makes very tight clumps with proportionate small sprays of white flowers in late summer.  This is one that has been grown here in the Northwest since at least the 70's going from Bob Putnam at the Plant Farm to Steve Doonan at Grand Ridge to us.

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Saxifraga fortunei - Select Saxifraga fortunei - Select

Our buddy Lance sent us some amazing Sax fortunei selections from Japan.  Some with great foliage and wonderful snowflake flowers, others with simply immense flowers (for the species) in pinks and whites.  Blew our minds.  We collected seed from them all so this should be good to awesome.

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Saxifraga fortunei var. obtusocuneata Saxifraga fortunei var. obtusocuneata

Saxifraga fortunei is very diverse with a wide range of leaf shapes, size and flower color.  Makino, who was a preeminent Japanese botanist, assigned various varietal names to these different leaf types which isn’t widely accepted now.  We like it it though.  Small compact form with shallow rounded lobes and white flowers.

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Saxifraga granulata 'Flore Pleno' Saxifraga granulata 'Flore Pleno'

Awesome little plant with fresh winter foliage which gives way to 8"-12" tall dense stems with an improbable number of pure white double flowers. Goes summer dormant so don't panic although we still do. Cool plant native to the UK and Europe and favoring vernally wet areas.

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Saxifraga hybrid Saxifraga hybrid

This is likely a hybrid and we guessed with longifolia but who knows?  Hybridity just means extra vigor and a better garden plant with fabulous big silver-crusted long leaves in showy rosettes supporting tall sprays of white flowers. Bright shade to morning sun is ideal. Easy.

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Saxifraga nipponica Saxifraga nipponica

We are crackers over this group of Saxifrage and this species pleases us no end.  Rosettes of rounded leaves with a an entrancing (we would be such ideal subjects for hypnosis) purplish coloration where the leaf blade joins the petiole and that dark color lines out through the leaf in the veins.  Small white snowflake flowers typical of the Irregulares section are a perfect combo.

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Saxifraga nipponica 'Pink Pagoda' Saxifraga nipponica 'Pink Pagoda'

A small cloud of pink flowers on this otherwise white flowered species. One of the easiest species in the section Irregulares to which the more familiar Saxifraga fortunei belongs.  This has the redeeming quality of being able to handle a bit more dry and sun than some of the others but why make it work if you don’t have to?

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Saxifraga paniculata 'Punctata'  (syn. 'Freckles') Saxifraga paniculata 'Punctata' (syn. 'Freckles')

We assume ithis is a synonym of 'Punctata'  which we received as 'Freckles' as both refer to the heavy sprinkling of red dot on the petals of the white flowers. Excellent trough or rock garden plant and wouldn't mind a little shade during the hottest blaze of the day although we grow ours in full sun but never let them dry out.

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Saxifraga paniculata 'Rosea' Saxifraga paniculata 'Rosea'

Nice little clumper for the rock garden or special niche from plant guru Steve Doonan.  Airy sprays of small red flowers are most becoming.  Likes a well-drained soil that gets some water now and then.  Not as drought tolerant as Hens and Chicks but then what is?  Very nice form of this Saxifrage.

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