Achillea Moonshine courtesy Walters Gardens

Plant List

 

WE ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT OUR CURRENT EXCITING PLANT LIST. EVERY YEAR WE ADD NEW PLANTS THAT ARE OLD FAVORITES REDISCOVERED, OR NEW VARIETIES WITH IMPROVED FEATURES. LATELY WE’VE BEEN FOCUSSED ON DEER RESISTANT PLANTS.  THE LIST OF PLANTS WE  GROW INCLUDES  MANY UNCOMMON AND HARD TO FIND VARIETIES. PLEASE ENJOY YOUR EXCURSION THROUGH THE LIST.WE ARE ADDING NEW PHOTOS ALL THE TIME. EVENTUALLY WE’D LIKE TO HAVE A PICTURE OF EVERY VARIETY WE GROW.

These temporary  descriptions and footage  function an introduction to the pallette of  crops we develop at our Southold N.Y. nursery.

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS- ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF PLANTS WE GROW

PERENNIALS

(subsets)

astilbe hybrids

ferns

geranium hybrids

hemerocallis- daylily hybrids

heuchera

hosta

sedum species & hybrids

herbs

ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

WOODY PLANTS

ROSES

                                                    PERENNIALS

 

 

¥ Achillea ‘Moonshine- 2′, silvery foliage and wealthy yellow flowers, tolerant of extra moisture than most yarrows. Good reduce flower.Achillea Moonshine courtesy Walters Gardens

Achillea Little Moonshine- 15-18″

Agastache ‘Black Adder’- Big Hummingbird Mint, 3′, darkish purple/blue flower spikes all summer time, deer resistant, anise scented foliage.

Agastache Blue Fortune courtesy Walters Gardens

 NEWAgastache Rosie Posie

¥ Alchemilla mollis-Ladie’s Mantle- 15″-18″, delicately edged leaves, chartreuse fl. The Alchemist’s Plant- should you needed to show lead into gold, a vital ingredient was water collected from the leaves of this plant.

NEW Allium christophii

.Allium Millenium

Allium Millenium

Allium Pinky Hybrid- 18″-24″ an Decorative Plantings unique selection Allium Pinky hybrid, Ornamental Plantings exclusive variety

NEWAllium sphaerocephalon- Drumstick Allium, 18″-24″, darkish purple/crimson egg formed flowers in July, very deer resistant

                                      Drumstick Allium

¥ Allysum saxatile- Basket of Gold – 6-8″, mushy gray foliage, golden spring flowers, sunny/dry location Allysum, Basket of Gold in early Spring

NEW N Amsonia hubrechttii- 3′-4′, slender leaves, blue flowers late spring, superior sensible gold fall shade, deer and drought resistant, seashore tolerant

NEW N Amsonia tabermontane Blue Ice- 15″- 18″, blue flowers over a protracted interval late spring/summer time. Deer resistant, drought and seashore tolerant.

Anemone Honorine Jobert

NEW Anemone Pamina

 Anemone Whirlwind- 2′-21/2′, duoble white flowers with golden stamens within the fall, moist/effectively drained, half shadeAnemone Whirlwind, pristine as can be

NEW Anemone Wild Swan

 Anemone vitifolia robustisima- Grape-leaved Anemone, 2′-3′, shell pink fall flowers, moist/effectively drained, half shade, very vigourous     

                    Anemone Robustissima in the Fall

 

¥NEW N Aquilegia canadensis-‘Blue Star’, Columbine, 15″-18″, blue and white spring flowers, longlasting blooms, native and deer resistant, prefers shade, effectively drained, will reseed and colonize when pleased.

Aquilegia Bluestar- Columbine

N¥ NEWAquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns- Jap Columbine, native, 8″-12″, compact plant with nodding scarlet and yellow flowers in late spring, deer resistant

  Aquilegia Little Lanterns, native Columbine

NEWAquilegia flabellata Alba-  8″- 12″, blue inexperienced foliage, white flowers, dwarf, and neat. deer resistant

NEWAquilegia caerulea Origami mix- 12″-15″, early blooming, deer resistant  Aquilegia Origami

NEW Aquilegia Nora Barlow- 15″-18″, charming, uncommon heirloom selection, inexperienced/white/pink double flowers 

NEWAquilegia vulgaris Winky mix- 18″- 24″, sturdy upright flowers, deer resistant

NEW Aralia Solar King

N ¥ Artemesia- Tangerine Southernwood- gray inexperienced smokey foliage, 3’x3′, pungent deer repellent

¥Aruncus aethusifolia ‘Noble Spirit’-, dwarf Goatsbeard, 10″-12″, finely divided ferny foliage, white featherduster flowers late spring-summer, half shade.

NEW N Asarum canadense- Ginger

NEW Asarum splendens

N Asclepias incarnata Cinderella- 21/2′-3′, Swamp Butterfly Weed, pink aromatic summer time blooms, beloved by butterflies and gardeners

N Asclepias incarnata Ice Ballet- identical as above however white flowered

N Asclepias tuberosa- Orange Butterfly Weed, 18″-24″, orange, generally yellow summer time flowers, deer resistant, seashore tolerant

Asclepias tuberosa, Butterfly Weed

N Aster ‘Bluebird’- 3′-31/2′, small blue daisylike flowers with golden eye, fall blooming, an Aster that retains its decrease foliage. Very clear, very blue, very dependable                   

                                            Aster Bluebird in the Autumn

N Aster Dream of Magnificence- 12″-15″, fall blooming, mushy pink flowers

Aster Dream of Beauty

NEW N Aster white

NEW Aster Snow Flurry

NEW Aster tall purple
   
                                                ¥   ASTILBE HYBRIDS

Astilbe Deutschland

Astilbe Erika

Astilbe ‘Hennie Graafland’ -12″ ht., very late, deep shell pink vibrant pink

Astilbe Hennie Graafland, Pink Flowers, Glossy Green Leaves, Compact

NEW Mighty Chocolate Cherry

¥ Astilbe ‘Purple Candles’3′-31/2′, very upright violet purple flowers in summer time

Astilbe Purple Candles courtesy Walters Gardens

¥ Astilbe ‘Visions’-15″-18″, aromatic, raspberry pink plumes- flower, shiny compact foliage.Astilbe Visions and Hosta Regal Cross

 

‘White Gloria’ 2′-21/2′, full white flowers, darkish inexperienced foliage Astilbe White Gloria courtesy Walters Gardens

Astilbe ‘Younique Lilac”-11/2′- wealthy pink flowers, new hybrid that’s compact with very heavy bud rely

Astilboides tabularis- (aka Rodgersia)- 2′-21/2′, monumental textured foliage for moist half shade

 

N Baptisa australis- 3′-4′, blue pealike flowers in late spring, salt tolerant native  Baptisia courtesy Walters Gardens

Begonia evansiana- Hardy Begonia- 2′-21/2′, from native inventory, a really perennial Begonia, massive pink backed ruffled leaves, pink flowers late summer time/early fall

Brunnera ‘Silver Coronary heart’- 12″-15″, silver splashed foliage, sky blue spring flowers, beautiful,  deer resistant shade lover       

Brunnera Jack Frost courtesy Walters Gardens                               Brunnera Jack Frost, Brilliant Blue Flowers

NEW Calamintha Montrose White- 12″-15″, gray scented foliage, tiny white flowers all summer time  Calamintha Montrose White, Fragrant Foliage, All Season Flowers

Campanula rotundifolia- Bluebells of Scotland, 6″-12″, an outdated favourite, tiny bluebells all season

 Campanula rotundifolia, Bluebells of Scotland

NEW Cerastium tomentosum Snow in Summer time

Ceratostigma plumbagnoides-Blue Leadwort, 1′ groundcover, blue flowers, burgundy leaves 

Ceratostigma plumbagnoides, Blue Leadwort

 NEW Chelone Scorching Lips

Chrysanthemum ‘Sheffield Pink’, 2′-3′, traditional single salmon pink flowers in fall, shiny leaves  Chrysanthemum Sheffield Pink in October

NEWCoreopsis Gilded Lace

Coreopsis lanceolata ‘Sunray’-2-2 ½’, double yellow flowers  Coreopsis Early Sunrise courtesy Walters Gardens

 

NEWCoreopsis Mercury Rising- 18″-24″, wine pink flowers all season, threadleaf foliage

Coreopsis Mercury Rising   Coreopsis Mercury Rising- blooming all summer

NEW Coreopsis Polaris- profuse white flowered type of above.

 

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Zagreb’-deep yellow flowers, darkish, compact grren foliage  Coreopsis Moonbeam courtesy Walters Gardens

 

NCoreopsis tripteris-5’, mushy yellow single flowers, native

Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’- 2′-3′, blood pink flowers over iris-like foliage, late summer time/fall, beloved by hummingbirds and gardeners,

deer resistant

  Crocosmia Lucifer, Adored By Hummimngbirds

NEW Digitalis Camelot Combine

Digitalis Dalmation Combine-  Foxglove, 15″-18″, compact, effectively branched, solar/half shade, effectively drained, deer resistant  Digitalis Dalmatian                                                            Digitalis Dalmatian

NEW Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit- thrilling new Coneflower, blended species, pink,pink,orange,yellow white Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit Yellow Flowered                     Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit Red Flowered           Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit, Midsummer

NEW Echinacea Inexperienced Tornado

NEW Echinacea pallida

NEW Echinacea Pow Wow Wild Berry  15″-18″, identical as above however with raspberry purple flowers 

 Echinacea Pow Wow Wildberry in Vancouver's summer heat

Echinacea purpurea- Purple Coneflower- 2′-3′, sweetly scented purple flowers all summer time, butterflies adore! 

Echinacea purpurea, Native Purple Coneflower

 
Echinacea purpurea-‘White Swan’-White flowered Coneflower, 2′-3′, aromatic white flowers 

Echinacea White Swan, courtesy Walters Gardens

NEW Epimedium rubrum

NEW Epimedium sulphureum

N¥  Eupatorium – Joe Pye Weed – Ironweed, 5′-6′, summer time bloom, solar or gentle shade, native

NEW Eupatorium Prairie Jewel-3′, white summer time flowers, variegated foliage   Eupatorium Prairie Jewell, variegated foliage emerging in Spring  

 Eupatorium Prairie Jewell in Flower

NEW Euphoria Ascot Rainbow – Multi hued foliage,  inexperienced, cream,pink, sunny, effectively drained, deer resistant

NEW Euphorbia robbiae, 12″-15″, quick groundcover, inexperienced foliage, deer resistant

                                                                       FERNS

Athyrium nipponicum ‘Ghost Fern  2′, Woman Fern x Painted Fern hybrid, silvery white fronds z4-grey/inexperienced and pink fronds z4  Ghost Fern

 

Japanese Painted Fern Regal Pink- 15″, gray/inexperienced and pink fronds, a gem z4 Japanese Painted Fern Regal Red

Barne’s Male Fern- 3′, tall and slender, tolerates a little bit of solar, z4

N Brilliance Autumn Fern- 18-24″, evergreen, new development wealthy amber/orange, when mature the leaves are shiny inexperienced z5,

a crowd favourite!

                                Brilliance Autumn Fern, New Leaves with Umber Color

N Champion’s wooden fern- 2′-3′ evergreen, lustrous darkish inexperienced z4 

Christmas Fern- 12″-15″, evergreen traditional backyard fern, darkish inexperienced easy fronds, z5

NCinnamon Fern- 3′-4′, sturdy vertical accent, prefers moisture,in summer time the “flowering” stalk is roofed with cinnamon coloured “felt” z2

NCrested Woman Fern-2′-3′, attention-grabbing congested fanciful development on ideas of fronds z4

NEW N Dixie Wooden Fern- massive fern, 3-4′, daring and vigourous, z5  Dixie Wood Fern

 NEW N Goldies Big Wooden Fern- 3′-4′, native, Z3

NHayscented Fern- 2′, lacy foliage, quick spreader, native that can tolerate sunnier and drier circumstances than most ferns z3

NEW N Marsh Fern- 18″-24″ ht., prefers moist soils, accepts extra solar than many ferns, gentle shade excellent z3

Japanese Beech Fern 18″-24″, colonizer, can survive with much less moisture than many ferns, however prefers moisture z4

Slender Fronds of Japanese Beech Fern

NLady Fern- 2′-3′ , frilly lime inexperienced spreader z4-     Emerging Lady Ferns

NEW Log Fern – evergreen to three’, at house in moist or moist soils Z5

Mexican Male Fern 3′-4′, continues to ship out contemporary new development all season z5

NJumbo Ostrich Fern ‘The King’- 3′-5′, stoloniferous spreader, loves moisture and sheltered location z2  Ostrich Fern courtesy Walters Gardens

NEW Royal Fern

N Delicate Fern- 15″-18″, coarsely divided fronds,lime inexperienced, stoloniferous native charmer z2

NNEWShaggy Sheild Fern- 18″-24″, darkish inexperienced coarse fronds with black stems, gradual spreader, native z5 Shaggy Shield Fern 

 

NEW N Tokyo Wooden Fern- 3′, lengthy slender fronds, z5

NEW Upside Down Fern – high-quality fronds to 2′ ht., Z6

N Gaura lindheimeri-White Gaura-dainty, dangling flowers in nice profusion

Gaura

                                                     Geranium Hybrids

Geranium ‘Biokovo’-delicate pale pink fl. fading to white, 1’, solar/pt.shade

     Bed of Geranium Biokovo

Geranium Max Frei

Geranium Reynardi ‘Tschelda’-6″-8″-grey/inexperienced felted leaves, blue spring flowers, dense spreading groundcover, deer resistant. We first noticed this in a backyard in Vancouver and knew it will be an awesome addition to our plant record.

Geranium reynardii Tschelda                  

Geranium ‘Rozanne’- Blooms of Bressingham introduction, 2008 Perennial of the Yr, 15″-18″,excellent blue/violet

flowers all season. Most floriferous of the hardy Geraniums.

                                                                Geranium Rozanne courtesy Walters Gardens

Geum-

Heliopsis- Summer time Solar- 3-4′ orange/ yellow flowers all summer time, upright stems, good for slicing

Heliopsis Summer Sun

¥ Heloniopsis orientalis- Japanese Swamp Amaranth- low evergreen rosettes, shiny wedge formed leaves, lavender/purple flowers.Shade.

  Heloniopsis, Swamp Amaranth, early spring bloom 

 

                                            Hemerocallis – Daylily Hybrids

Daylily Spider Miracle and Daylily Strutters Ball

Bertie Ferris- 18″-24″, ruffled persimmon orange flowers  Daylilly Bertie Ferris, occasional rebloomer

Cinnamon Bun-15″-18″, small spiced orange flowers, our first hybrid introduction/our crosses

 Daylily Cinnamon Bun

New Flame

Frosty Magnificence- 2’21/2′, diamond dusted pink flowers 

Daylily Frosty Beauty

Joan Senior- 18″-24″, white flowers mid season. One of many whitest of Daylillies.  Daylily Joan Senior courtesy Walters Gardens

 

Joylene Nichole-15″-18″, massive wealthy pink ,piecrust edges, mid/late prolonged bloom, Recognition Ballot daylily.  Daylily Joylene Nichole courtesy Walters Gardens

 

Lemon lily- species daylily, earliest to bloom, in Might, aromatic yellow  Lemon Lily, sweetly scented and very early bloomer

 

Little Purple Pal- 15″-18″, small purple flowers early-midseason

Mary Todd-21/2′-3′ large, wealthy yellow tetraploid flowers, large stems and buds

Pale purple bicolor- gentle purple alternating with lemon ices yellow flower petals, late bloomer Daylily Pale Purple Bicolor

 

Pineapple Parachute- 24″-36″, large tetraploid, pineapple ice flowers

NEW Pumpkin Pie- 24″-36″, sensible orange flowers in nice profusion midsummer

                                                                                Daylily Pumpkin Pie, So Many Flowers

Razzamatazz-18″-24″, profuse purple flowers, rebloomer, compact behavior

Daylily Razzamatazz, small purple rebloomer

Pink Shock- 24″-36″, profuse darkish pink flowers all summer time    Daylily Red Surprise

Pink Zeppelin-24″-36″, massive substantial, recurved darkish pink, our personal selection   Daylily Red Zepellin, our own variety

Daylily Red Zeppelin, Grown From Seed Years Ago, Only Available At Our Nursery

Spider Miracle- immense 5″ yellow recurved spider lily, hanging  Daylily Spider Miracle, huge yellow flowers on tall stems

Stella D’Oro-15″-18″, everblooming golden dwarf, the champion rebloomer

 

Strutter’s Ball-21/2′-3′, distinctive purple with indescribable bluish undertones 

Daylily Strutters Ball

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                                                  HEUCHERA

Heuchera ‘Autumn Bride’- white clouds of flowers in late summer time/fall, massive maple like leaves, burgundy fall foliage

NEW Heuchera Geisha’s Fan-  Coral Bells, 12″-15″, purple foliage splashed with silver and inexperienced, pink flowers in spring,

half solar, effectively drained

 Heuchera Geisha's Fan

Heuchera ‘Pink Judy’-Coral Bells- fairly pink flowers

Heuchera ‘Snow Angel’- Bluebird Nursery introduction, inexperienced leaves speckled white,pink, pink flowers

Helleborous Winter Magic – Lenten Rose, blended colours, deer resistant shade lovers, exceptionally lengthy bloom interval starting in April

NEW Hibiscus Cristi- 4′-6′, deep pink 9″ blooms in summer time, loves moisture.

  Hardy Hibiscus Cristi

NEW Hibiscus Midnight Marvel

NEW N Hibiscus Palustris – native Marsh Mallow. Giant pink trumpet flowers in summer time, waters edge or moist backyard soil

 

                                                      HOSTA

Albo-marginata-white-edged leaves

‘August Moon’-large golden puckered leaves.

NEW Blaze of Glory

Blonde Elf- 6″-8″ wavy gold leaves, quick grower, good low edger

 

Blue Angel- 3’x3′, immense blue/gray leaves, an enormous Hosta   Hosta Blue Angel

 

Blue Mouse Ears- 8″-12″, cute small Hosta with spherical blue/gray leaves of heavy texture  Hosta Blue Mouse Ears, cute as a button

Blue Harpoons- 18″-24″, our unique selection, slender vibrant blue/silver leaves atop lengthy stems, our personal hybrid Hosta Blue Harpoons, a unique Ornamental Plantings introduction

NEW Cliffs of Dover

NEW Designer Genes- 12″-15″ by 24″-30, vibrant gold leaves, deep pink stems. Hosta Designer Genes, gold foliage and red stems, courtesy Walters Gardens

NEW First Frost- 2010 Hosta Growers Affiliation ‘Hosta of the Yr’, 15″-18″ ht. by 2′-3′ huge, blue/inexperienced facilities, gold/cream margins, sport of Halcyon. 

Hosta First Frost courtesy Walters Gardens

 

Fortunei Aurea marginata-green lvs., gold border 

Francee-crisp white margin on lvs.

NEWFragrant Blue-18″x18″- blue foliage, aromatic pale lavender flowers

NEW Gem Stone- 10″-12″ ht., small blue/inexperienced leaves on smallish Hosta.

Ginkgo Craig- small, stoloniferous, delicate inexperienced and white variegation

Gold Drop – 8″-12″, neat pale golden leaves, quick grower

Gold Commonplace-foliage begins out inexperienced, turns into gold

NEW Golden Sceptre

Halcyon-15″-18″, blue/gray thick and corrugated leaves   Hosta Halcyon in flower

 

June- award successful sport of Halcyon, 15″-18″, huge blue inexperienced leaves with golden yellow/chartreuse facilities  Hosta June

Kroussa Regale-2’-2’half’ ht., gray lvs., 4-5’ flower stalk, a novel selection.    Hosta Regal Cross courtesy Walters Gardens

 

 

Media picta- 12″-15″, quaint white centered Hosta, quick grower.  Hosta Media picta courtesy Walters Gardens

NEW Moonlight Spoon- a seedling chosen and named by Skip Wachsberger, 18″-24″, broad gold variegated leaves

 

NEW Evening Earlier than Christmas- 18″x36″, deep inexperienced leaves, daring white facilities. Stunningly crisp and daring.  Hosta Night Before Christmas courtesy Walters Gardens

 

Patriot- 15″-18″, daring white variegation, crisp and clear foliage

Hosta Patriot

NEW Pineapple Upside Down Cake- 18″-24″ ht by 3″-4″ huge, lengthy, rippled, slender inexperienced leaves altering to gold facilities with inexperienced margin. Enjoyable and totally different. 

                                            Hosta Pineapple Upsidedown Cake                            

NEW Po-Po- a tiny treasure, mushy gray leaves 4″-6″ ht. 

NEW Rainbow’s Finish- 12″-15″- by 18″, distinctive variegated yellow and deep inexperienced foliage, beautiful. Hosta Rainbow's End

 

NEW Rainforest Dawn- 18″-24″ by 2′-3′ huge, clean vibrant gold leaves.

 

Regal Splendor- 3′-4′, upright vase form, massive gray inexperienced leaves with golden edges, elegant sport of Regal Cross.

                               Hosta Regal Splendor courtesy Walters Gardens                              

  

Stained Glass- sport of Guacamole, 15″-18″, large vibrant gold leaves with darkish inexperienced borders, sweetly aromatic flowers.

Hosta Stained Glass courtesy Walters Gardens                         Hosta Stained Glass, exceptionally sweetly fragrant       

Sum and Substance-3′-4’x 5′-6′ huge, big Hosta, magnificent large chartreuse leaves.  Hosta Sum and Substance

 

Venusta-miniature, 4-6″ mounds, free flowering, smallest of the small.

 

Broad Brim- 15″-18″, golden variegated inexperienced leaves, heavy texture, sturdy, medium sized

Hosta.                    

     Hosta Wide Brim courtesy Walters Gardens                                                                             

 

 

N ¥ Iris cristata- Dwarf Crested Iris, 1′ native, blue spring flowers, quick shady groundcover  Iris cristata, a lovely native

 

N ¥ Iris versicolor- Blue Flag Iris, 3′-5′, native, blue/purple spring flowers, moist/boggy soil

¥ Iris siberica- Siberian Iris, 2′-21/2′ , purple flowers in spring, good multiplier Iris siberica courtesy Walters Gardens

¥ Iris siberica ‘Flight of Butterflies’- 12-15″, dwarf Siberian Iris w/gentle purple flowers, very sleek and delicate

Laurentia fluviatilis- Blue Star Creeper, flat fast groundcover,blue flowers all season

Laurentia, Blue Star Creeper

Lespedeza-Pink Fountains, 4′-5′, pink/magenta flowers late summer time/fall, arching behavior,wonderful within the fall. Lespedeza Pink Fountains in all its fall glory               Lespedeza Pink Fountains leaving the nursery in style!

 

Leucanthemum(Chrysanthemum) ‘Becky’- 3′-31/2′, massive white daisies all summer time, wants no staking, nice reduce.

Chrysanthemum Becky

 

Leucanthemum (Chrysanthemum)‘Phyllis Smith’- 15″-18″, fringed flowers, very showy white daisy, compact and durable

Shasta Daisy Phyllis Smith

¥ Lewesia ‘Little Plum’- Bitteroot, 4″-6″, native succulent, rose/purple flowers, solar, good drainage, evergreen. Deer resistant  Named after well-known trailblazer Merriweather Lewis

.Lewisia Little Plum

 

Liatris- ‘Kobold’- Gayfeather, 2′-21/2′, fuzzy purple flower spikes midsummer, drought tolerant.

NEW Lily Orienpet -Low and Tall varieties

Lilium formosanum- Formosa Lily, 4′-6′, massive, aromatic white trumpets late summer time    Formosa Lily in August

NEW N Limonium latifolium- Sea Lavender

NEW N Lobelia Black Truffle- darkish purple foliage, pink summer time flowers, hummingbird magnet

 

Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion- 2′-3′,vibrant and daring magenta flowers over gray, felty foliage, from grandma’s backyard, dry solar/half shade, deer resistant.

Rose Campion - Lychnis coronaria

NEW Lychnis coronaria Angel’s Blush- 2′-3′, identical as above, however white, solar/half shade, dry, deer resistant

¥ Lysimachia ciliata ‘Purpurea’-purple leaves, gentle yellow fl., 2-2 ½

Lysimachia nummularia aurea- Golden Moneywort, 2″, quick low groundcover ,golden leaves in vibrant shade

Mazus reptans- 1″-2″ fast groundcover solar/shade, purple flowers spring and fall

NEW Mazus reptans alba-1″-2″ fast groundcover, solar/shade, white flowers spring and fall

NEW Monarda Purple – Beebalm, 2′-3′, purple summer time flowers, beloved by hummingbirds and bees, not by deer, very mildew resistant

Monarda Purple Rooster- Beebalm

NEW N ¥ Monarda Raspberry Wine-21/2′- 3”,massive raspberry coloured flowers June-August, mildew resistantMonarda Raspberry Wine with daisy Phyllis Smith

¥ Nepeta mussini-‘Blue Surprise’-Catmint- 12″-15″, gray lvs., blue fl., low spreader

Nepeta Walkers Low- 15″-18″, profuse purple summer time bloomer, gray/inexperienced pungent foliage,very deer resistant

Nepeta Walkers Low

NEW Penstemon Cherry Sparks

¥ Perovskia atriplicifolia-Russian Sage-fragrant gray leaves, blue flowers all season, deer resistant. Perovskia- Russian Sage courtesy Walters Gardens

 

Phlox paniculata-‘Superphlox’-white flowers, completely mildew proof, our personal discovery, we’re constructing our inventory again up once more after by accident almost promoting the final plant.

Phlox paniculata Superphlox

NEW  Phlox subulata- Mountain Pinks- ‘Emerald Blue’, and ‘Pink Wing’, 2″-4″ evergreen groundcover, coated in flowers within the spring, deer resistant  

    Phlox subulata Redwing, Mountain Oinks, deer resistant spring bloomers

Physostegia-False Dragonhead- 3′-4′, pink flowers in September, vigourous choice.  Physostegia, False Dragonhead, Obedient Plant

Platycodon ‘Sentimental Blue’- Dwarf Blue Balloon Flower,12″-15″ , small plant however large, deep blue  blooms, all season. Platycodon Sentimental Blue

Platcodon Grandiflora- Balloonflower, 21/2-31/2′, Giant blue all summer time flowers, rugged perennial, long-lived, however defend from deer

  Balloon Flower  Platycodon

NEW Polygonatum humile- Dwarf Solomon’s Seal, 8″-12″, darkish inexperienced spreading foliage, tiny arching white blooms in spring

Polygonatum humile- charming Dwarf Solomon's Seal

NEW Polygonatum variegatum- Variegated Solomon’s Seal- 2′-21/2′, sleek arching stems with white edged leaves, inexperienced tipped white bell flowers in spring, deer resistant, slowly spreading to colonize shady places

¥ Potentilla nepalensis ‘Ron McBeath’- 1′, magenta/pink summer time blooms, massive fuzzy leaves

¥ Pulsatilla vulgaris ‘Heiler Hybrids’- Pasque Flower, 1′, blended colours, ferny foliage  Pasque Flower, Pulsatilla vulgaris  Pulsatilla vulgaris Seedhead

N ¥Pycnanthemum flexuosum- Mountain Mint- 15″-18″, aromatic foliage, aromatic white flowers late summer time/fall, deer resistant native

¥-Pyncanthemum muticum- Quick-toothed Mt. Mint 21/2 – 3”, silvery foliage, aromatic purple/lavender flowers in summer time, our strongest pollinator attracter

Mountain Mint

Pyrethrum Robinsons Darkish Crimson – Deep pink daisies with yeloow facilities, frilly fern like foliage, deer resistant

NEW Rudbeckia Goldrush – new selection, a bit extra compact than Goldsturm, immune to leafspot

Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm’-Black-eyed Susan-masses of golden-yellow daisies all summer time into fall.

Rudbeckia Goldstrum

Rudbeckia ‘Herbstonne’-“Autumn Solar”-6-8’ tall, lemon yellow flowers mid-August    Rudbeckia Herbstonne

Rudbeckia ‘Indian Summer time’-3-4’, large 6-9 in. flowers

Rudbeckia Indian Summer and Queen Anne's Lace

Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Solar’- 21/2′-3′, large single golden flowers, edged sunshine yellow, a contented flower!  Rudbeckia Prairie Sun courtesy Walters Gardens

 

NEWSalvia Heatwave Blaze- new hybrid 18″-24″, sensible crimson flowers all summer time by means of freeze, hummingbird and bee pleasant, deer resistant

Salvia Heatwave Blaze

NEW Salvia Heatwave Glimmer- mushy white flowers all summer time, pollinator atractive, deer resistant

Salvia ‘Dwarf Blue Queen’- 12″-15″, inexperienced/gray leaves, deep purple flower spikes late spring to early summer time. Deer resistant pungent foliage.

Salvia Blue Queen

NEWSalvia leucantha- Mexican Sage-21/2′-3′, borderline hardy, fuzzy gray inexperienced leaves, purple/blue flowers in autumn, beautiful for borders or planters

Salvia leucantha , Mexican Sage

¥ Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout-  biennial, 15″, purple foliage, gentle purle summer time flowers

Salvia Might Evening

NEW Salvia pitcherii Nekan

 

                                         Sedum Species and Hybrids

Athoum-groundcover, small spherical shiny leaves, sensible pink fall shade

NEW Atlantis

Autumn Pleasure-18″-24″, brick pink flowers in fall, blue/inexperienced foliage, superlative

Sedum Autumn Joy

Bertram Anderson-12″-15″, low rising dusty purple leaves, pink flowers

NEW Blue Spruce-4″-6″,  low rising groundcover, blue/inexperienced needle-like foliage, quick grower.

Sedum Blue Spruce

Carl- 12″-15″, small statured, comparable behavior to Autumn Pleasure, earlier blooms, darkish edged leaves.

Dasyphyllum ‘Main and ‘Minor’, tiny congested evergreen blue/gray leaves, marroon/pink winter shade

Sedum dasyphyylum ( hispanicum)

Divergens- 1″, tiny inexperienced beadlike leaves, reddish within the scorching summer time solar, yellow summer time flowers flowers

Hab Gray- 12″-15″, gray foliage, sulphur yellow flowers, compact

Matrona- 15″-18″, massive gentle marroon leaves, gentle pink flowers in late summer time/fall.

NEW Lidakense- 6″-12″, gray leaves,low groundcover, pink flowers in late summer time/fall, a favourite of many gardeners.

Neon- 12″-15″, glowing purple/pink flowers, sooner than ‘Autumn Pleasure’, a specific sport of ‘Sensible’. Butterfolies find it irresistible, and most different Sedums additionally.

Sedum Neon

Oregonum-3″-4″, shiny fats leaves, like beads,pink fall shade

Sedum oregonum

Pachyclados- 4″-6″ , blue/gray rossettes, gradual, compact groundcover, pinkish/white summer time flowers

Purple Emperor- 18″-24″, deep purple foliage and stems, finest upright purple

Sexangulare- flat groundcover, darkish inexperienced needle- like leaves in geometric whorls, bronze in winter

Sedum sexangulare

Sieboldi-grey/inexperienced lvs. w/darkish edges, 12-15″ ht., pink fl. fall

Seiboldi variegata- pretty cream variegation on blue/ gray leaves

Spurium album superbum- evergreen groundcover, markedly wholesome inexperienced leaves, white flowers

Spurium ‘Elisabeth’, pink/purple foliage, darkish pink flowers

Spurium ‘Tricolor’-low rising, pink, white, and inexperienced variegation

 Sedum spurium Tricolor

NEW Sunsparkler Hybrids- compact low growers, purple, gray, or variegated foliage.

 

Sempervivum hybrids-Hens & Chicks-assorted evergreen varieties, dry solar/dry shade

NEW Peggy- pink/maroon foliage

Sempervivum

NEW Solidago luteus, Goldenrod/Aster Hybrid, 2′-21/2′, tiny mushy yellow daisy flowers, deer resistant, summer time bloom

N Solidago- Seashore Goldenrod- 21/2′-3′, late summer time/fall flowers

 Stachys’Helene von Stein’-Lamb’s Ears-large, mushy, wooly leaves, silver-grey, enjoyable to the touch. Deer resistant, good grower for effectively drained, scorching and sunny places.

¥ Stachys grandiflora- 6-8″, tight mound of furry inexperienced leaves, purple lollipop summer time flowers

NEW Stachys – pink- 6″-8″, identical as above besides pink flowers in summer time

NEW Stachys grandiflora White- 6″-8″, white summer time lollipop flowers, clear textured foliage

 Stachys macrantha- Large Betony- 12″-15″, massive crinkled leaves, pink lollipop flowers mid-summer, sunny, effectively drained

Stokesia – Stoke’s Aster 15″-18″, massive blue/purple flowers all summer time by means of warmth and drought  Stokesia

NEW¥- Tanacetum ‘Isla Gold’- Gold Leaf Tansy, 18″-24″, dissected, ferny, vibrant gold leaves, deer resistant

N Thalictrum aquilegifolium Album- 3′-4′, white flowers summer time, blue inexperienced foliage, deer resistant

Thalictrum aquilegiafolium Album

NEW Thalictrum aquilegifolium Purpureum

NEW Thalictrum lucidum-4′-5′, massive yellow powderpuff bouquets in late summer time, deer resistant

¥ Thalictrum rochebrunianum-‘Lavender Mist’ Meadow Rue-4-6’, lilac purple fl., blue/inexperienced leaves., solar/half shade, deer resistant.

 

NEW Tricyrtis bakeri– 2-21/2′, yellow speckled flowers mid-late summer time, fairly uncommon and candy  Trycirtis bakeri rare yellow flowered Toad Lily

Tricyrtis ‘Miyozaki Hybrids’-Toadlily-2-3’ arching stems, moist shade, purple speckled orchid-like fall flowers. Trycirtis Miyazaki, orchidlike speckled flowers late summer into fall

Verbena bonariensis- 3′-5′ ethereal magenta powder puffs bloom and dance all summer time, beloved by butterflies of all types

NEW Verbena ridgida Polaris- 18″- 24″, just like Verbena bonariensis, however smaller, white flowers with a touch of ice blue, flowers all season till freeze, buterflies enamoured of the blooms

Verbena rigida Polaris     Verbena rigida Polaris

¥ Vernonia fasciculata– Ironweed, 3′-4′ native, purple flowers late summer time, loves moisture, solar/half shade

Vernonia, Native Ironweed

Vernonia Iron Butterfly – slender grass like foliage, sensible purple flowers late summer time/fall, gold fall foliage

 

                                                              HERBS


Allium-Chives-great with bitter cream, edible purple flowers for salads

Allium, Chives, Alba, identical as above with ,fairly white flowers

White flowered Chives. Pretty and Delicious

Allium senescens glaucum- Curly Chives, 6″-12″ twisted blue foliage, pink summer time flowers

Allium- Garlic Chives, 18″-24″, massive upright inexperienced leaves, sturdy garlic taste

Bay Laurel- tender shrub, leaves used for taste and Olympic wreaths

Cymbopogon citratus- Lemon Grass, 4′-6′ tender grass, lemon taste for soup, stir fry, salad dressing

Galium odoratum-Candy Woodruff-delicate texture, aromatic white flowers

NEW Lavender Ellegance Snow- 12″-15″, white flowers with no orange eye

NEWLavender Phenomenal- 2′-3′, extremely aromatic, warmth and humidity tolerant, wholesome vigourous crops, the latest and most acclaimed Lavender introduction

Lavender ‘Provence’-2′-3′, massive, hardy ,richest perfume, supply of Lavandin

Lavender Provence

Lavender ‘Silver Frost’- (lastly a supply for this nice plant!), slowly rising to 15″, probably the most silvery of all Lavenders

Lavender vera ‘Munstead’-English Lavender-fragrant foliage and flowers

Lemon Verbena- pleasant perfume, for salads, dressing, fish, ice cream/sorbet

Myrtis communis- Dwarf Myrtle, 12″-18″, not chilly hardy, lovable little tree, nice Bonsai topic

Nepeta musini-Catmint-1’, blue flowers, gray leaves

Oreganum aureum- Golden Oregano, quick spreading groundcover, golden foliage, nice taste

Oregoan Herrenhausen- Decorative Oregano, purple flowers in summer time, pollinator atractive, deer resistant

Rosemary officionalis-Rosemary-deep inexperienced leaves, fragrant, tender  Rosemary in Flower

Rosemary ‘Madeline Hill’-very hardy selection, has proved winter hardy right here for a few years, We have replenished our inventory!

Salvia elegans-Pineapple Sage-4-5’, fragrant lvs., pink fall fl.

Pineapple sage

Salvia officionalis -Sage, pungent gray leaves

Santolina incana-Lavender Cotton-silver leaves, yellow flowers  Santolina   Santolina in Flower

Tarragon-French Tarragon-essential culinary herb

Thyme- Frequent, Creeping,Elfin, Gold-edge Lemon, Lavender, Wooly                        

         

                                      ¥ ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

NEW N Andropogon Black Hawks

Arundo donax- Big Reed Grass, 10′-15′, broad corn like leaves, good quick scree

Blue Fescue ‘Silver Lining’- 1′, our personal choice named for us by Ellen Talmage,extraordinarily vibrant silver leaves 

Festuca Silver Lining               Festuca Silver Lining

Calamagrostis brachytricha- Korean Feather Reed Grass,2′-3′, massive, puffy fall blooms  Korean Feather Reed Grass in autumn

Calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerster’-Feather Reed Grass-2 ½’ foliage,4-5’ upright, aristocratic flowers

Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass, Patio Containers in Winter

CAREX

Carex grayii- Morningstar Sedge, 2’half’-3′, architectural rheads/seedpods, arching inexperienced leaves  Morning Star Sedge (aka Mace Sedge)

Carex glauca- Carnation Grass, 6″-12″, blue evergreen leaves, groundcover, tolerates dry circumstances

Carex ‘Ice Dance’, 12″-15″ shiny arching leaves, variegated, gradual spreader, sleek and charming.

Carex Ice Dance

Carex morrowi ‘Evergold’- 12″-15″, evergreen leaves, gold centered, edged in inexperienced

Carex morrowi Inexperienced leaved form- evergreen, identical as above, however shiny deep inexperienced foliage.

Carex muskingumensis- Palm Sedge- 15″-18″, upright behavior, palmlike foliage

Carex pendula- 3′-4′, evergreen arching leaves, pendulous catkin flowers in spring

NEWCarex siderosticha Banana Boat-

Carex siderosticha variegata- Broadleaved Sedge- 1′, vigourous groundcover, broad variegated foliage

Carex siderosticha White Centered- 12″-15″, stoloniferous groundcover, new development strongly variegated white

NEW Carex temnolepsis- 12″-15″, skinny gracefully arching foliage with slender white variegation

Carex testacea- Brick Colored Sedge-  12″-15″, orange shade in solar, slender, sleek arching leaves, notcold hardy in our zone, nice for mixture

 N Chasmantium latifolium- Northern Sea Oats- 2′-3′, solar or half shade, upright kind, pleasant fall seedheads, nice for dried preparations, seashore tolerant.

Northern Sea Oats

Elamagrostis spectabilis- Purple Lovegrass

Equisetum scirpiodes-Miniature Horsetail-dry/moist, solar/shade, prehistoric groundcover

Equisetum – Big Horsetail  Equisetum- Horsetail

Erianthus ravennae- Ravine Grass, arching 4′ foliage, 10′-15′ flower stalks, our brand plant

Fountain Grass

Hamlen’-Dwarf kind,2′-21/2′, late summer time plumes, most prevalent grass in backyard use.

Hameln Fountain Grass

‘Little Bunny’-Miniature Fountain Grass-12″,our personal choice, smallest and cutest Fountain Grass on this planet.

Little Bunny Fountain Grass

Moudry- Black Flowered Fountain Grass, 2′-3′, maroon/black bushy plumes, fall

Oriental Fountain Grass-2-2 ½’, gentle pink flowers early summer time, sleek

Pennisetum orientale

Pennisetum rubrum- Purple Fountain Grass,3′ spectacular purple leaves and flowers, not chilly hardy

Pennisetum rubrum, Purple Fountain Grass

Hakonechloa macra- Inexperienced Hakone Grass- 21/2′-3′, sleek lime inexperienced leaves

Hakonechloa Green

Hakonechloa macra aureola-Japanese Golden Grass-  18″-24″, 2009 Perennial of the Yr, golden variegated groundcover, half shade. Sleek arching behavior, velvety golden foliage. Sluggish to mature measurement, effectively well worth the wait..

Hakonechloa macra aureola

NEW Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’- identical as above, however with gold leaves, no variegation, sensible within the shade

Hakonechloa All Gold

Leymus arenarius-Blue Lyme Grass, 2′-21/2′, huge silver blue leaves, fast spreader, dune plant, bluff binder

Blue Lyme Grass on Bulkhead

NEW Liriope (Ophiopogon)  Black Mondo Grass

Liriope- Mondo Grass, 12″-15″, evrgreen leaves, purple flowers late summer time, blue/black fruit in fall

NEW Liriope spicata

Liriope variegata- 12″-15″, golden variegated leaves, purple flowers, blue/black fruit

Luzula nivea- Snowy Wooden Rush, 1′, quietly elegant evergreen for the shade, fuzzy inexperienced leaves, cottony spring flowers

Luzula sylvatica aurea- Golden Wooden Rush,15″-18″,golden, evergreen arching leaves, butter yellow chilly climate shade

Luzula aurea, Golden Woodrush

Maiden Grass-6-7’, slender, sleek leaves, copper flowers. Strong, massive grass, second hottest grass.

Maiden Grass ‘Adagio’-dwarf  Maiden Grass, 3′-4′

Miscanthus ‘Cabaret’- 5′-6′, daring, vibrant white heart stripe on huge leaf blades, beautiful

Miscanthus ‘Little Kitten’- 1′-2′, diminutive Maiden Grass, slender leaves, very cute

Miscanthus ‘Mysterious Maiden’- 6′-7′, our new patented introduction,, slender leaves, pretty horizontal gold variegation

Miscanthus purpurescens- Flame Grass- 3′-4′, upright grower, midsummer the foliage takes on purple/orange highlights

Flame Grass in Autumn

NEW Miscanthus ‘Very Zebra’- our new choice, 5′-6′ , compact and loaded with zebra striping

Panicum ‘Dallas Blues’- 6′- 7′, huge blue arching leaves, sleek vase form, nice new selection

  Panicum Dallas Blues at 6'-7'    Panicum Dallas Blues, Autumn Color

N ¥ NEW Panicum Dewey Blue-2′-3′ upright seaside grass, blue/gray leaves, spreads stoloniferously, good bluff binder

Panicum ‘Heavy Metallic’- 4′-5′ upright grower, blue/inexperienced foliage, hazy pink summer time bloom

N Schizacharium scoparius- Little Bluestem- 2′-3′ from our native inventory crops, stands resolutely upright all winter, sensible tawny orange fall/winter shade

NEW Scirpus zebrinus- Zebra Striped Scouring Rush, 2′-3′, upright  inexperienced and white striped cylindrical leaves. Native. Moist/moist soils.

Stipa tenuissima- Mexican Feather Grass- 12-15″, skinny foliage, sleek arching behavior, solar/dry

NEW Typha angustifolia- Narrowleaf Cattail- 4′-5′, native, slender leaves and slender cattails. Moist/very moist floor. Native to wetlands, dropping a lot its territory to Phragmites grass.

 

Variegated St. Augustine Grass- 6″-12″, pink/cream/white/inexperienced leaves, groundcover, NOT HARDY, for pots and planters

Zebra Grass ‘Puentschken’-dwarf -3’-4′ Zebra Grass

 

                                                           WOODY PLANTS

NEW Acer Seiryu, Japanese Maple

NEW Acer Butterfly, Japanese Maple

N Aesculus parviflora- Bottlebrush Buckeye,8′-10′, massive shrub in Horsechestnut household, white summer time flower spikes, chestnut-like fall fruits, ( Buckeyes)

Bottlebrush Buckeye          Bottlebrush Buckeye Summer Flowers

NEW Akebia quinata-10′-12′ vine for solar or shade, shiny 5 half foliage, candy scented spring flowers

NEWAronia Brilliantissima- Chokeberry, white flowers,shiny leaves, pink fall foliage, edible and vitamin wealthy pink berries

NEW Aronia McKenzie- 6′-8′, Chokeberry, just like above besides black berries

NEW Aronia Viking

Aucuba japonica – 5-6′ broad-leaved evergreen, gold splashed leaves, prefers shade, tropical look

Buddlea ‘Black Knight’- 8′-10′ ,deep purple summer time flowers

Buddlea ‘Ellen’s Blue’- bluest of the Butterfy Bush flowers

Buddlea Impressed Pink, 5′-6′, medium massive Butterfly Bush, mushy pink flowers all summer time, sterile so no seedlings

Buddlea Inspired Pink

Buddlea Impressed White- identical as above, barely taller at 6′-8′, massive, clear white flowers

NEWBuddlea Flutterby ‘Tutti Frutti Pink’- hybridized at Cornell,  2′-21/2′, compact and free flowering, non-seeding

NEWBuddlea ‘Miss Molly’- darkish pink flowers, compact at 4′-5′

Buddlea Miss Molly

NEW Buddlea Miss Pearl- White flowers

Buddlea ‘Pink Delight’-huge, vibrant pink flowers

Buxus Winter Gem- Korean Boxwood, evergreen, deer resistant, comparatively quick rising Boxwood

NEW Calocedrus decurrens- Incense Cedar, deep darkish inexperienced foliage, 20′-40′, deer resistant uncommon and beautiful evergreen

Calocedrus decurrens, Incense Cedar

NEW Callicarpa dichotoma- Purple Beautyberry- 3′-5′, lengthy, slender, arching  branches coated in fall with astounding, tiny vibrant purple berries

NEW Callicarpa Pearl Glam

NEW Calycanthus Aphrodite- Sweetshrub, 5′-6′ ht. and width, pink aromatic flowers over a protracted season, deer resistant

Calycanthus Aphrodite

NEW Campsis radicans, Trumpet Vine – orange flowers, hummingbird magnet, quick, very quick grower

NEW Caryopteris Past Midnight

¥ Caryopteris ‘Longwood Blue’-Bluemist Shrub- 2′-3′, wealthy blue flowers late summer time

New Caryopteris ‘Snow Fairy’- 21/2′-3′, daring white variegation on leaves, blueflowers late summer-fall, butterflies love the flowers!

Caryopteris ‘Worchester Gold’-2′-3′, Golden yellow leaves, blue fall blooms

NEW Cornus Golden Shadows- Pagoda Dogwood , golden variegated foliage, horizontal branching behavior

NEW Clematis Pleased Jack- Jackmannii hybrid, profuse purple flowers over a protracted interval by means of the summer time

Clematis Happy Jack

NEW Clematis Nonetheless Waters

NEWClematis Candy Summer time Love- a a lot earlier blooming Candy Autumn Clematis with violet pink flowers and the identical sturdy candy scent, very new!

NEW Clematis Viva Polonia

NEW Clethra alnifolia, Summersweet

NEW Clethra Vanilla Spice

NEW Cornus kousa- Chinese language Dogwood- white flowers late spring by means of midsummer, pink fruits for birds, hanging fall shade

Cornus Kousa fruit                  Kousa Dogwood Fall Foliage

Cornus siberica – Pink Twig Dogwood- sensible pink stems within the winter

NEWCornus siberica Ivory Halo – pink winter stems, summer time leaves edged in cream variegation

NEWCotoneaster ‘Streib’s Findling’- 6″-8″, dwarf quick rising evergreen groundcover, tiny white spring flowers, pink fall berries

 Cotoneaster Streib's Findling

NEW Cotoneaster Tom Thumb

NEW Cunninghamia lanceolata – China Fir

NEW Cytissus Burkwoodi- maroon/purple bicolor flowers 4′-5′ , deer resistant, seashore tolerant

¥ Deutzia gracilis ‘Nikko- 15″-18″, low arching foliage, white spring flowers, burgundy fall shade.

Fallopia- Silverlace Vine- foamy white summer time flowers, exceedingly quick vine, nice for protecting fence, arbor or home

¥ Hardy Orange- 8′-10′, uncommon citrus shrub, small white flowers and small oranges, large sharp thorns, inexperienced stems

NEW Hibiscus Blue Satin – Rose of Sharon

NEW Hydrangea Annabelle- 6′-8 , big white snowball flowers, very chilly hardy, blooms on new and outdated development

 Hydrangea Annabelle

Hydrangea ‘Blue Billow’- 2′-3′, blue lacecap, compact dense development behavior  Hydrangea Blue Billow

NEWHydrangea Glowing Embers-red snowball flowers, darkish, shiny foliage

NEW Invincibelle Spirit II- large pink flowers, sturdy stems to carry the flowers upright, , blooms on new wooden, ($1.00 of every plant bought to nurseries is donated to The Breast Most cancers Analysis Basis.) Actually an exquisite plant.

Hydrangea Invincible Spirit II

NEW Hydrangea Limelight, each tree and shrub varieties out there, late summer time/early fall flowers that glow a lime/white

                                             Hydrangea Limelight                                               Hydrangea Limelight

Hydrangea ‘Nikko Blue’- 4-5′, massive blue snowball, for bluest shade, keep acid soil, lime yields pinker blooms

Hydrangea White Dome- 4′-5′, large white Lacecaps all summer time, blooms on new development, very chilly hardy, a backyard traditional

N Hydrangea quercifolia- Oakleaf Hydrangea-6′-10′, massive oaklike foliage, conical white spring flowers, marroon/burgundy/orange fall shade

Oakleaf Hydrangea

¥ Hypericum’Sunburst’- St. Johnswort, hundreds of golden goblet flowers in summer time, deer resistant

Hypericum ‘Sungold’- 3′-4′, massive golden yellow flowers by means of summer time, deer resistant

NEW N Itea Henry’s Garnet

Jasminum nudiflorum- 4′-5′ scandent vine, yellow flowers in Feb./March, inexperienced stems all winter

NEW Juniper Blue Pacific – Seashore Juniper

¥ Juniper ‘Blue Rug’- 2″-3″ dense groundcover with blue- inexperienced foliage

NEW Juniper procumbens Nana- Dwarf Japanese Backyard Juniper

¥ Juniper ‘Seagreen’-2′-3′ arching wealthy inexperienced foliage

NEW Metasequoia- Daybreak Redwood- to 75′, quick rising “deciduous” evergreen, mushy feathery foliage

Microbiota -Siberian Cypress- 8″-12″, deer resistant evergreen groundcover for solar or shade, sleek juniper-like foliage turns bronze within the winter

Microbiota Winter Foliage 

N¥  Myrica pennsylvanica- Northern Bayberry, 6′-8′, native shrub, fragrant foliage, solar/shade

NEW Pinus leucodermis – Bosnian Pine

NEW N Potentilla Pleased Face Yellow- 2′-3′, compact native with vibrant inexperienced finely dissected foliage and yellow flowers all summer time, extremely deer resistant

Prunus maritima-Seaside Plum-native seashore plant, supply of Seaside Plum Jam

 Beach Plums, Native Seashore Plant

Rhus typina ‘Laciniata’, Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac, 10′-12′ native, massive,tropical dissected leaves, pink/orange/yellow fall shade

Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac                                                     Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac Flower/Seedhead                                                    Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac Blazing Fall Foliage        

Rosa rugosa-Salt Spray Rose- 3′-6′, aromatic violet/pink or white flowers, engaging and edible rose hips, seashore plant

      Rosa Rugosa Rose Hips

NEWSarcococca confusa- Chinese language Candy Field- 2′-3′, small gradual rising shrub, shiny evergreen leaves, white aromatic flowers in March/April, loves shade, deer resistant, uncommon.

NEWSarcococca humilis- Himalayan Candy Field- 15″-18″, shiny evergreen foliage, aromatic white March-April flowers, black berries late summer time/fall/winter, deer resistant, loves shade.

 Sarcococca - Himalayn Sweet Box 

NEW Schizophragma hydrangiodes Moonlight – Japanese Climbing Hydrangea

¥ Sorbaria sorbifolia- Tree False Spirea, 6′-8′, ferny foliage, massive creamy summer time plumes, orange fall shade.

NEWSpirea ‘Anthony Waterer’- 4′-5′ excessive and huge, deep pink summer time blooms, an oldie however goodie, very deer resistant

¥ Spirea ‘Goldflame’-3′-4′,coppery new development, golden mature leaves, pink summer time flowers

NEW Spirea Little Princess – 18″, pink summer time blooms, neat,compact behavior, deer resistant

NEW Spirea Snowmound- 3′-4′, white flowers late spring/early summer time, inexperienced foliage, deer resistant

NEW Spirea vanhouttii- Bridal Wreath Spirea, 6′-8′, arching foliage, white cascading flowers, deer resistant

 Spirea Vanhouttii

NEW Syringa Bloomerang Darkish Purple

NEW Syringa Miss Kim- Korean Lilac, compact early bloomer, gentle purple aromatic flowers

NEW Syringa vulgaris – Frequent Purple Lilac

¥ Weigelia variegata-6′-8′, cream, pink, and inexperienced lvs., pink/white flowers

¥ Willow- 12′-15′, unidentified small sleek willow, quick display screen, or good specimen plant

¥ Willow ‘Hakuro Nishiki’-3′-5′, pink/cream/white leaves, prune deeply for colourful new development

 Willow ‘Ram’s Horn Willow- 30-40′, massive tree with curled leaves revealing silvery undersides, very unique trying, quick grower

NEW Viburnum carlesii- Korean Viburnum, very aromatic, massive white flowers

NEW Viburnum burkwoodi Mohawk- Aromatic Viburnum, 5′-6′, pink buds open to white, carnation scented flowers, pink/purple fall foliage

NEW Viburnum Summer time Snowflake- white lacecap sort flowers all season, till freezing climate

NEW Vitex- Chastetree

 

                                                                   ROSES

                                                                  SHRUB ROSES

Double Knockout- double pink flowered sport of Knockout, simply as impervious to illness and simply as abundantly flowering

Frau Dagmar Hartopp- (1914), very compact rugosa hybrid. Single silvery pink flowers, profuse hips in fall

Knockout- 2000 AARS winner- 3′-4′, single/semi-double, cherry pink/magenta, wholesome and everblooming

Seafoam- arching branches carry pale blush/white flowers all summer time, shiny leaves

                                             RUGOSA ROSES

Blanc Double de Coubert- aromatic double white flowers, 1892.

Blanc Double de Coubert

Frau Dagmar Hartopp- (1914), very compact rugosa hybrid. Single silvery pink flowers, profuse hips in fall

Hansa- (Rugosa 1905)- wealthy double flowers with pretty Rugosa perfume, massive grower.

Rosa Rugosa Hybrid Hansa

Moje Hammarberg- compact grower, profuse semi-double violet/purple blooms, aromatic and many hips

Rosa Rugosa Hybrid Moje Hammarberg

Purple Pavement-semi double aromatic flowers, compact grower

Rosa rugosa-Seashore Rose, fabled seaside rose, candy scent, bother free, nice soil binder

Snow Owl- (Rugosa), compact 3′ shrub, double white flowers, very aromatic

Rosa rugosa- Seashore Rose, fabled seaside rose, candy scent, bother free, nice soil binder

Therese Bugnet’-(Hybrid Rugosa, 1950), double pink, wealthy perfume 5’ x 6’, pink winter stems  Rosa rugosa Therese Bugnet , sweetly scented

 

                                                      Retail Costs 2020

                                            Herbs/Annuals 4″ pots- $ 4.50 ea./ [email protected]$20

                                            Herbs/Annuals 5″ pots- $ 5.50 ea./ [email protected]$25

                                            Gallon Perennials-        $10.00 ea./[email protected]$45

                                            2 Gallon Perennials-     $14.00ea./[email protected] $60

                                            Premium Perennials-    $16.00 ea./[email protected]$70

                                            Woody Crops 1+2 Gal. $25.00ea./[email protected] $110

                                             Roses-                         $25.00ea./[email protected] $110

 

 

 

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