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Vaccinium 'Pink Lemonade' Vaccinium 'Pink Lemonade'

An introduction which is a very curious departure from the norm for blueberries as this has pink fruit. Can you still call it a blueberry if it has pink fruit? Yet it still tastes like a blueberry....I haven't had my world turned this upside down since I first ate white chocolate. Tasty fruit on an attractive deciduous plant.

Price: $16.00
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Vaccinium sp. JN11052 Vaccinium brachyandrum cf. JN 11052

A distinctive Vaccinium (Blueberry) collected by Jens Nielsen in western Yunnan at 3000 meters. Large leaves of serious substance alternately flank the arching stems and take on red-bronze colors when young as well in winter on the least mature leaves. No surprises on the white urn-shaped flowers or with the purple-black fruit which add ornament to an already interesting plant. We can only guess as to mature size of the plant but would think 3'-4' tall with arching and trailing branches to 6' or more.

Price: $25.00
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Vaccinium chaetothrix SEH 1517 Vaccinium chaetothrix SEH 1517 (previously as Agapetes lacei)

Very cute little epiphyte with small rounded cupped leaves and green-tipped red flowers. This is going to be a source of no small pleasure in zone 9 where it will be happy growing in a container, rotting log or mossy rock in part shade. We grow ours in a cool greenhouse kept just at or above freezing and has been easy as pie.

Price: $12.00
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Vaccinium delavayii MD97 Vaccinium delavayi MD97

Our collection as cuttings from the Cangshan in Yunnan of an especially small leafed form of this evergreen species.  Steve Hootman of the Rhododendron Species Botanical garden now and again mutters about giving it a clonal name.  Probably best in a mild garden.

Price: $15.00
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Vaccinium macrocarpon 'Hamilton' Vaccinium macrocarpon 'Hamilton'

Hamilton Dwarf Cranberry. This is one of our desert island dwarf shrublets. Granted, we would be bundled up on the beach as this would be a cool northern island for this to be happy but that is a small concession for 12 months of beauty.   Perfection in a small package with very slow growth, evergreen leaves turning burgundy in winter, tiny pink flowers and red fruit - yea, verily!

Price: $16.00
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Vaccinium nummularia Vaccinium nummularia

Sweet little blueberry from the Himalaya and China evocative of Lingonberry in stature.  Often epiphytic, this has glossy green foliage and attractive pink flowers in spring followed by black fruit.  Sure, you can eat them but like so many lesser edibles that are marginally palatable, why would you?  Spreads gently by stolons - it is a class act.

Price: $15.00
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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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Vaccinium padifolium Vaccinium padifolium

Madeiran Blueberry.  We have the late Art Dome to thank for sharing this Vaccinium native to Madeira with us.  He grew this beautifully in his Seward park garden but it really does need a mild garden.  Big flowers for a blueberry and lots of tasty fruit.  We were all grazing last summer.

Price: $16.00
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Vaccinium x intermedium Vaccinium x intermedium

A hybrid between V.myrtillus and V. vitis-idaea making a dense little shrub 2' high.  Why stiff yourself with a boring beyond belief Boxwood when you could have this splendid little  gem with pinky-white flower bells in late spring and small blueberries in late summer?  Good organic soil.

Price: $15.00
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Vancouveria chrysantha hybrid Vancouveria chrysantha - soft yellow

This is the form most often available here in the Northwest and which may well be a hybrid with Vancouveria planipetala.  The flowers are much paler and a smidge smaller than typical Vancouveria chrysantha from our observations.  Regardless, a first rate evergreen ground cover which is drought tolerant.

Price: $18.00
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Vancouveria planipetala MD15-07 Vancouveria planipetala MD15-07

A collection from northern California where this mingled with Pseudotrillium rivale and Rhododendron occidentale among other tantalizers.  This one has flowers noticeably larger than the other forms we grow which means the tiny white flowers make the leap from speck to mote.  Vigorous evergreen groundcover for shade that tolerates dry which slows its spread.

Price: $25.00
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Veratrum californicum var. caudatum Veratrum californicum var. caudatum - Nursery Pickup Only

Our native False Hellebore which we see in the Cascades. Fabulous foliage plant with big rounded pleated leaves - these are old plants.  These may flower next year up to 6' with lots of small whitish starry flowers. Best in light shade or no afternoon sun. Loves a rich moist soil and is deer proof.  These started early in our greenhouses and are thinking about summer dormancy.

Price: $30.00
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Veratrum schindleri Veratrum cf. schindleri

We are smitten with Veratrum and this is an exciting addition to the mix.   This one has pale petals and darker eye pattern to the center, and narrow pleated leaves in an open and airy arrangement on the 3' flowering stem.  A rich moist soil in part shade will be just the ticket.  Our thanks to Aaron Floden for sharing this plant with us.

Price: $20.00
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Veratrum formosanum BSWJ 1575 ex Taiwan Veratrum formosanum BSWJ 1575 ex Taiwan

An uncommon little jewel from the mountains of Taiwan, these are 2nd generation plants from the wild collection.  Unlike our native steroidal colossal Veratrums, this is relatively demure with neat tussocks of low grassy foliage but kicks the compost out of them with its maroon flowers.

Price: $16.00
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Veratrum formosanum BSWJ 1575 ex Taiwan Veratrum formosanum BSWJ 1575 ex Taiwan - Nursery Pick Up Only

An uncommon little jewel from the mountains of Taiwan, these are 2nd generation plants from the wild collection.  Unlike our native steroidal colossal Veratrums, this is relatively demure with neat tussocks of low grassy foliage but kicks the compost out of them with its maroon flowers.

Price: $30.00
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Veratrum formosanum f. alba Veratrum formosanum f. alba

Rare ghostly white flowered variant of the typically dark-flowered Veratrum formosanum . We lusted after this plant since the 90's after seeing it recorded in the Flora of Taiwan and finally secured it from the legendary Jim Sutherland at Scotland's Ardfearn Nursery just a few years ago. So excited we tossed our caber. Is it better than the typical formosanum? No. More collectible? Oh, hell yeah!. Deer resistant.

Price: $25.00
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Veratrum formosanum f. alba Veratrum formosanum f. alba - Nursery Pick Up Only

Rare ghostly white flowered variant of the typically dark-flowered Veratrum formosanum . We lusted after this plant since the 90's after seeing it recorded in the Flora of Taiwan and finally secured it from the legendary Jim Sutherland at Scotland's Ardfearn Nursery just a few years ago. So excited we tossed our caber. Is it better than the typical formosanum? No. More collectible? Oh, hell yeah!. Deer resistant.

Price: $35.00
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Veratrum maackii var. japonicum Veratrum maackii var. japonicum

A comparatively graceful species of Veratrum with broadly narrow leaves, if that makes any sense and sadly, it does to us.  The 4'-5' flower stem has numerous lateral branchlets clad in lots of red-maroon flowers. To compare to the better-known V. nigrum, narrower leaves, flower stems much more open with flowers more red than purple-black.  Excellent long-lived plant of outstanding hardiness best suited for the cool to cold zones.  Young plants.

Price: $35.00
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Veratrum nigrum Veratrum nigrum

Pure class.  A perennial of the first rank and a true aristocrat which is seldom available especially in this size.  Expensive?  You bet and worth it.  One of the true pains to produce commercially.  This has broad pleated leaves and a tall flower stalk with lots of black maroon flowers.  Deer proof.

Price: $25.00
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Veratrum virginicum syn. Melanthium Veratrum virginicum syn. Melanthium

Very thrilled to be finally able to offer this Veratrum which was formerly in the genus Melanthium..  Native from the Midwest to East Coast, this thrives in marshy, boggy settings or damp woods.  Perfect in rich moisture retentive soil in the garden.  White plumes of flowers to 5'+ in June and July.  Deer proof - thank goodness for toxic alkaloids!.

Price: $16.00
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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: $12.00
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Veronica 'Reavis' - Crystal River® Veronica Veronica 'Reavis' - Crystal River® Veronica

A Plant Select release where this performed in Colorado trials like its life was on the line.  Which it was in a very real sense as trial losers tend to make very good compost.  This evergreen small groundcover, a cross between V. liwanensis and V. pectinatus, brings on the blue in spring when it is hard to see any green for the flowers.  This will have light sprinkles of flowers during the summer.  Ours look great after a winter of sitting out unprotected in pots.  Low water, hardy.

Price: $15.00
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Veronica 'Tidal Pool' PPAF Veronica 'Tidal Pool' PPAF

A durable and satisfying groundcover hybridized by Jim Ault at Chicago Botanic Garden using V. armena and V. pectinata 'Rosea' as parents.  What he got was a plant that makes an evergreen mat 2" high by 3' across in just 3-4 years with rich violet blue flowers accented by a white center.  Odd name coming from Chicago.

Price: $12.00
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Veronica thessalica Veronica thessalica

One of the sweetest little groundcovers we have grown.  Aside from the small terminal clusters of deep blue flowers in late spring and early summer, we are taken by its good evergreen foliage and year-round tidy appearance.  It is in one of our troughs and spills over the lip perfectly.  Good for the rock garden.

Price: $12.00
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Veronicastrum cf. stenostachyum subsp. stenostachyum DJHC0611 Veronicastrum cf. stenostachyum subsp. stenostachyum DJHC0611

Collected by Hinkley as V. tagawae, we think this likely part of the polymorphic stenostachyum complex and the glabrous stems and narrowly elliptic leaves fit the bill for the subsp. stenostachyum as well as the location of Sichuan.  Small tapers of axillary lavender flowers.  Shared with us by Peckerwood Gardens.

Price: $15.00
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Vestia foetida Vestia foetida

Chilean Box Thorn.  Pretty nifty plant in the Solanaceae from Chile with pungent leaves - think deer proof - and rather choice yellow tubular flowers displayed pretty much all summer.  Glossy evergreen leaves and reveling in sun, this is hardy here in mild gardens and would be ideal against a sunny wall.

Price: $12.00
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Viburnum harryanum Viburnum atrocyaneum f. harryanum

Unique Viburnum with cute rounded evergreen leaves which are unmatched elsewhere in the genus.  Clusters of small white flowers are in keeping as is the resultant black fruit.  There is something universally appealing about this plant which must be the cute factor and somehow it manages to retain this even as a larger shrub to 8' tall.

Price: $15.00
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Viburnum cassinoides Viburnum cassinoides

Wild collection from Nova Scotia of this interesting species.  Salmon colored new growth gives way to dense umbels of small white flowers which in turn becomes clusters of dark raisin-like fruit.  A deciduous species with a long season of interest.

Price: $15.00
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Viburnum cylindricum PZM14-034 Viburnum cylindricum PZM14-034

A collection by Peter Zale from northern Myanmar of this distinctly different form of the widespread Viburnum cylindricum. We have seen this species in Yunnan, Sichuan and Guizhou and grown it from these areas as well as two collections from Vietnam. This collection is instantly distinguishable from all of these even at a young age.

Price: $20.00
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Viburnum dilatatum Viburnum dilatatum

Good showy Viburnum that has heads of white flowers in spring followed by bright red clusters of fruit which are a good bird attractant.  This is a deciduous species from Japan, China and Korea and develops reds and burgundy tones in the fall to the leaves.  Can be used as hedging and is great in an informal garden.  Tough - hardy to zone 5.

Price: $12.00
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