Our Plants

Image Botanical Name Common Name Description
Siebolds Wood Fern Dryopteris sieboldii Siebold's Wood Fern

An unusual and striking hardy fern from Japan. The pale green fronds are leathery and lance-shaped, unlike any other Dryopteris.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

Silver Carpet Dymondia margaretae Silver Carpet

Low growing, narrow, blue-gray foliage is slightly rolled, revealing silvery undersides.  Yellow, daisy-like flowers add additional interest.  Will grow in any well-drained soil.  Withstands some drought, but does best with occasional deep watering.  Ideal plant for borders and between pavers. Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

 

Perle Von Nurnberg Echeveria Echeveria 'Perle Von Nurnberg' Perle Von Nurnberg Echeveria

Gorgeous rosettes of soft grey-brown leaves with deep-pink undertones covered in a powdery dusting. Bright coral flowers appear in summer on reddish stems.  Loves: Full sun to part shade.  Sensitive to overwatering.

Mexican Hens and Chicks Echeveria prolifica Mexican Hens and Chicks

A small succulent plant with rosettes of silvery-green leaves that are just over 1 inch across, with offsets on runners.  Loves: Full sun to part shade.  Very sensitive to over-watering.

Mexican Hen and Chicks Echeveria runyonii 'Topsy Turvy' Mexican Hen and Chicks

‘Topsy Turvy’ is a fast growing, tender succulent with rosettes of thick, bluish-gray, curving leaves. Bright orange flowers appear in late summer/early fall.  Grows up to 10″ in diameter.  Full sun to part shade.  Sensitive to over-watering.

Pow Wow White Coneflower Echinacea 'Pow Wow White' Pow Wow White Coneflower

Large white flowers with a large gold center cone are displayed on sturdy, upright stems.  Compact, clumping perennial.  Attracts songbirds and butterflies.  Deadhead for continuous bloom.  Easy to grow in any well-drained soil  Echinacea requires little water once established.  Plant in mixed borders, cutting gardens and mass plantings.

Double Scoop™ Orangeberry Coneflower Echinacea Double Scoop™ Orangeberry Double Scoop™ Orangeberry Coneflower

Displays large, double flowers with a raspberry center surrounded by orange flared rays, on compact stems. Attracts butterflies and resists deer.  Easy to grow in any well-drained soil.  Echinacea requires little water once established.  Plant in mixed borders, cutting gardens and mass plantings.  Deadhead regularly, but leave last flower head for birds.

Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea Echinacea hybrida 'Cheyenne Spirit' Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea

Large, daisy-like flowers in bright shades of orange, red, yellow, purple and cream bloom on this sturdy mounding perennial. Deadhead regularly to extend the bloom season.  Easy to grow in any well-drained soil.  Requires little water once established.  Plant in mixed borders, cutting gardens and mass plantings.

Pow Wow Wild Berry Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea 'Pow Wow Wild Berry' Pow Wow Wild Berry Purple Coneflower

Deep rose-purple flowers with a large orange cone bloom on a sturdy, upright stems. Compact, clumping perennial. Attracts songbirds and butterflies to the garden. Cut of ten to encourage continuous bloom. Deer resistant.  Easy to grow in any well-drained soil.  Echinacea requires little water once established.  Plant in mixed borders, cutting gardens and mass plantings.

Miniature Rush Eleocharis radicans Miniature Rush

Little tufts of short green, thread-like foliage crate a dense, low groundcover.  Fast grower.  Grows best in moderately fertile, constantly moist soil.  Excellent choice for pond of bog plantings.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

Amber Queen Fairy Wings Epimedium 'Amber Queen' Amber Queen Fairy Wings

This ground cover displays marbled rose-pink new growth. It quickly turns to green, but in autumn the marbling returns in copper and coral. Tall, airy sprays of small light-orange flowers with amber spurs appear in spring.  These tough plants can grow under trees where many others die off.  Effective as a groundcover or tucked into shady gardens.  Tolerates dry conditions once established.

Barrenwort Epimedium cantabrigiense Barrenwort

Clump-forming variety. Clusters of small, yellow or pinkish-beige flowers with splashes of red display on thin, wiry stems held well above the foliage.  The mid-green, glossy leaves have variable colors in autumn.  Evergreen.  These tough plants can grow under trees where many other side off. Effective as a groundcover or tucked in to shady gardens.  Tolerates dry conditions once established. 

Purple Pixie Barrenwort Epimedium grandiflorum 'Purple Pixie' Purple Pixie Barrenwort

Deep violet flowers with white spurs bloom above loose lumps of heart-shaped foliage. Herbaceous perennial. New foliage emerges with a violet blush, changing to olive-green with maroon margins.  These tough plants can grow under trees where many others die off.  Effective as a groundcover or tucked into shady gardens.  Tolerates dry conditions once established.

Frohnleiten Barrenwort Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten' Frohnleiten Barrenwort

This spectacular variety has beautiful red marbled leaves in Spring. In May, the clumps are topped with clusters of large butter-yellow flowers.  These tough plants can grow under trees where many others die off.  Effective as a groundcover or tucked into shady gardens.  Tolerates dry conditions once established.

White Alpine Geranium Erodium reichardii 'Alba' White Alpine Geranium

Pure white flowers bloom above compact mounds of dark green, scalloped foliage. Repeat bloomer.  Grows best in well-drained soil with moderate water.  Plant between pavers or in rock gardens.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

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