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Tremacron aurantiacum Oreocharis pankaiyuae (syn. Tremacron aurantiacum)

Very nice Chinese member of the African Violet family that is surprisingly hardy and well suited to milder gardens here in the Northwest.  We have friends in North Vancouver BC who have grown this beautifully for years in their moist woodland garden.  This would typically grow on mossy rocks in the wild.  Yellow tubular flowers.

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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Tanacetum densum ssp. amani Tanacetum densum ssp. amani

AKA 'Beth Chatto'.  This is going around in this country under the Beth's name when in fact it is simply one of her Desert Island plants - one that she simply can't be without.  Finely cut as a feather silvery leaves on a low evergreen plant which thrives on dry and sun.  Small yellow flowers.

Price: $12.00
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Tanakaea radicans Tanakaea radicans

Japanese Foam Flower.  Uncommon evergreen groundcover which thrives in shaded, moist acid conditions and is uncommonly well suited to clothing a fallen mossy log or rock as it spreads by stolons like a restrained strawberry.  Late spring/early summer small white sprays of flowers.   Gotta love these monotypic Saxifragales genera!

Price: $15.00
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Tasmannia lanceolata 'Mount Wellington' (syn. Drimys) Tasmannia lanceolata 'Mount Wellington' (syn. Drimys)

We have just a scant few of this dwarf form of the Tasman Mountain Pepper which we presume to be from an exposed high elevation site on Mt Wellington. This is ideally suited to rock gardens where it will make a slow and low ball of reddish stems bejeweled with white flowers and oh so peppery black fruit. We were given this plant by the late Michael Wickenden of Cally Gardens in Scotland. Possibly the first introduction to the US.  Small plants of this small rarity.

Price: $30.00
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Tasmannia lanceolata 'Suzette' (syn. Drimys) Tasmannia lanceolata 'Suzette' (syn. Drimys)

The rare variegated form given to us by Duane West with instructions to make more of them so he can buy them for his garden clients.  Duane speaks and in gratitude, we skim from his allotment to be able offer a few plants to you.  Choice evergreen for sun to part shade.

Price: $25.00
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Tetradium glabrifolium Tetradium glabrifolium

A handsome tree in the Rutaceae with walnut-like pinnate leaves whose leaflets have a more sharply defined point.  Small white to yellowish flowers become attractive shiny black seeds.and both are held in in thyrsiform clusters - basically an umbel that is branched in multiples.  Widely distributed across Asia, the essential oil from this has shown great promise as a larvicide against the Asian Tiger Mosquito, which judging by the name, an effective control would be very, very nice!

Price: $18.00
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Teucrium chamaedrys 'Summer Sunshine' Teucrium chamaedrys 'Summer Sunshine'

Tough little evergold selection of this Meditteranean species.  This will revel in our dry summers and bloom for months with the rosy pink flowers contrasting with the gold foliage.  Likes good drainage and lots of sun and is a good plant for the deer proof garden.  Slow spreader.

Price: $15.00
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Thalictrum sp. - Yellow Hybrids Thalictrum - Yellow Hybrids

These are seed-grown from the impressive yellow hybrid Meadow Rue, Tukker Princess. These will gain some height reaching 6'-8' in flower with a nice display of bee-lovin' scented yellow flowers. These will vary somewhat but all squarely in the very nice range.  For all  who've been to the nursery trying to pick up this from the tables only to find it was poking through from the ground beneath, this is what you wanted.

Price: $15.00
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Thalictrum aquilegifolium Thalictrum aquilegifolium

Young plants from our seed collection in Switzerland a couple summers ago while hiking the 120 mile High Pass Route.  Nothing like fresh snow in late August on the crazy narrow goat track path above a dizzying drop on the highest pass to make you wail for mama.  Kelly wailed, Sue was fine.  A few extra plants from planting out.  Showy filamentous purplish flowers.

Price: $18.00
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Thalictrum delavayi Thalictrum delavayi

One of the good Meadow Rues (there are bad ones, several of which are playing key roles in our compost pile) with nice small rounded leaflets and attractive pinky lavender flowers in cumulonimbus heads.  Great midsummer textural color along with the often undervalued design elements of narrow, vertical and airy.

Price: $12.00
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Thalictrum fargesii Thalictrum fargesii

A fantastic small Thalictrum from a Darrell Probst collection in China - no surprise that it is a great plant coming from Darrell. This will make an impressive ball of fine foliage with too many to count small white flowers whose petals are reflexed to unashamedly or brazenly - your choice - display its plant junk with soft lavender filaments. A Far Reaches Botanical Conservancy Offering.

Price: $30.00
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Thalictrum isopyroides Thalictrum isopyroides

This native Afghani is unrivalled among Thalictrum for textural achievement and presentation of foliage. A diaphanous haze of small gray-green leaflets makes this well worth growing despite the insignificant flowers. Normally we insist on nice flowers but this foliage woos one and all, lasting long after any bloom.

Price: $15.00
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Thalictrum kiusianum Thalictrum kiusianum

Dwarf Meadow Rue.  One of the best of the smaller Thalictrums, this slowly creeps to create a small mat of attractive foliage topped by violet blue flowers.  Yet another nice plant from Japan.  Half sun is ideal but will take full sun with more moisture.

Price: $12.00
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Tigridia chiapensis Tigridia chiapensis

The most darling Mexican Shell Flower which you will be hard pressed to see anywhere else.  This is a diminutive wild species found in Chiapas where it grows in wet meadows and flowering in summer.  We've not tried ours outside yet but it should be ok in a warm spot mulched in winter.

Price: $12.00
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Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Theta' Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Theta'

Selected and named by our bud Sean Hogan of Cistus Nursery for his mom so you know how well he, consummate plantsman that he is, regards this plant.  Excellent cold hardiness for the PNW, this is a particularly well-marked narrow leafed form of the Star Jasmine.  Groundcover or small vine.

Price: $15.00
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Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Pink Showers' Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Pink Showers'

A pink flowered selection of this cold hardy evergreen vining Jasmine introduced by Ted Stephens from Japan.  Vigorous but well-behaved, this likes a bit of shade and would prefer to not be in hot sun.  The pink flowers are fragrant as well - always a bonus - with the main flush in spring and sporadic flowers during the summer.  Certainly good in zones 8-10 and likely favored spots in warmer 7b.

Price: $18.00
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Trachelospermum sp. - White/Yellow Variegated Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Variegata'

This climbing evergreen Jasmine vine has foliage richly variegated in creams, whites and yellows in an expressive free-form, I gotta be me style which fits in well with our general philosophy. The leaves take on pink to purple coloration in winter's cold which is something to plan for as siting with that in mind could make you look like the Genius of Nuanced Design. Fragrant white flowers spring to early summer.

Price: $15.00
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Tradescantia sillamontana Tradescantia sillamontana

White Velvet Tradescantia.  This gets great cobwebby silver-white foliage with light purple flowers nestled in the leaf axils. Likes it on the drier side thank goodness.  Far hardier than we thought, this overwintered in the ground outside at plant maestro Brian McLaughlin's garden at 10 degrees.

Price: $15.00
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Tricyrtis formosana var. formosana MD 15-120 Tricyrtis formosana var. formosana MD 15-120

Our collection from Taiwan of this species which was formerly ascribed to T. stolonifera but is now merged into the variable T. formosana. Good clumper via - you guessed it - stolons with mottled leaves especially on new growth. Upright stems with light purple flowers heavily spotted with darker purple.

Price: $20.00
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Tricyrtis latifolia Tricyrtis latifolia ex SICH 1735

A Toadlily from a UBC collection in Sichuan which is a superior foliage plant with bold black mottlings especially vivid on the new growth.  In bright shade to part sun this has strong vertical stems which have late summer buff to amber-brown flowers.  This is pretty neat.

Price: $16.00
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Tricyrtis macrantha ssp. macranthopsis Tricyrtis macrantha ssp. macranthopsis

Fabulous Toad Lily with long arching almost hanging stems which have large broadly tubular rich yellow flowers sprinkled with red spotting in the interior.  Yea verily.  Perfect in a semi-shaded moist situation where it can spill, arch and hang.

Price: $18.00
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Tricyrtis macropoda H2MD 135 Tricyrtis macropoda H2MD 135 - Nursery Pick Up Only

Toad Lily.  Our collection from Asia   This toadie was found on the lower flanks of the mountain we were exploring where it favored openings in the forest where it got dappled light and a brief bit of direct sun.  Distinct softly haired velvety leaves with white flowers ruby spotted on the reflexed tepals.

Price: $25.00
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Tricyrtis ohsumiensis Tricyrtis ohsumiensis

Uncommon Toad Lily that is is uncommonly hard to find as well as uncommonly beautiful.  Bold broad leaves clasp sturdy stems which support big yellow flowers at their terminus.  Less vigorous than its brethren it is nonetheless plenty stout of heart and a true jewel in the garden.

Price: $16.00
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Trigonotis cavaleriei Trigonotis cavaleriei

Collected by Hinkley from Emeishan as the species cavalieri, this Borage family member has riveting evergreen foliage washed in a gleaming silvery metallic overlay that is more than reason enough to grow this but OMG it has lovely flowers too which are white but touched in the palest blue.  Gentle runners that makes a quiet patch.  Ultra choice & rare,

Price: $18.00
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Trillium aff. angustipetalum Trillium angustipetalum

More art than flower and more flower than one's soul can bear.  Almost anyway, as each spring we gasp back to awareness from the horticultural fugue state that these flowers send us to and while we don't know where we've been or what we've done, we do know that it was amazing.  Narrow black-red petals evoke a dark and sinuous eroticism that tests your limits.

Price: $28.00
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Trillium aff. angustipetalum Trillium angustipetalum

More art than flower and more flower than one's soul can bear.  Almost anyway, as each spring we gasp back to awareness from the horticultural fugue state that these flowers send us to and while we don't know where we've been or what we've done, we do know that it was amazing.  Narrow black-red petals evoke a dark and sinuous eroticism that tests your limits.

Price: $38.00
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Trillium chloropetalum x kurabayashi Trillium chloropetalum x kurabayashi

Sweet Mother of God.  It's hard enough to get either one of the species let alone crosses..  Spawn from plants from Charles Price who deliberately meddled in the private affairs of the West Coast Trilliaceae in hopes of getting fragrance.  These will vary in color etc but all within the parameters of awesome.

Price: $30.00
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Trillium cuneatum Trillium cuneatum

One of the finest Trilliums for foliage and flower in its best forms.  This Midwestern native has sessile or stemless flowers of a brownish maroon.  Easy to please in the garden.

Price: $16.00
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Trillium erectum Trillium erectum

Eastern species with nodding flowers of pure deep red.  These are divisions from plants Sue brought from her old nursery in Vermont.  Parted with reluctantly and Sue reserves the right to take them back if she deems it appropriate for the welfare of the Trillium.

Price: $15.00
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