This is a very slow growing conifer that is wider than tall. The lighter green new needles turn a deep green.
This low grower is more horizontal growing than vertical. Found in Germany, this plant has deep green curled needles. Seems to be much smaller than A. balsamea ‘Nana’.
We are trying again. We listed this last year, but the plants didn't come from our wholesaler. We will have 5 available. The plants are small, mound-forming, and have beautiful blue needles.
This is a prostrate fir with beautiful needles. If a leader appears, please remove as it will make an upright tree. A lovely mounding conifer.
This plant comes from Scotland and is deepest green. This healthy small conical plant will make a beautiful specimen plant year round.
This plant will get 6’-8’ tall and is an upright irregular grower. The blue purple cones are supposed to be darker than the species.
A flat topped deep green Korean fir. Should get 18”x24” in many years.
This glorious dwarf conifer has curled needles similar to A. koreana ’Silberlocke’. The plant has its needles turn totally around the stems creating a white and green effect.
Came to us from Stolwijk Nursery, Netherlands. This deep green foliaged plant has short needles. Slowly makes a leader, but will always be very small.
This is a conical small-growing form of the Korean fir. The growth will be 1"-2" per year and the plant will eventually get to 18" tall. We grow our plants in containers so we can get the best sun and shade each season.
Silberzwerg is a dwarf conifer with growth of 1½ inch per year. The medium green needles are small and closely packed on the stems.
Can eventually form a leader in many years. This very small Korean fir has deep green needles. The original was found as witches broom in Germany. Extra shipping.
I always see this plant in gardens and want to add it to our garden. (We already have a plant in a container). So, it’s always a challenge not to buy more plants. This prostrate grower gets 18”x36” and is glowing golden yellow; especially in t [...]
This is a tiny compact fir that has lighter green new growth followed by deeper green needles. This really cute plant will make a handsome container plant.
This old cultivar from France is upright growing and is fairly fast growing. The tight needles are beautiful blue green.
This is a very slow grower to perhaps 6'-8'x3' in many years. The leaves are deep shiny green all summer and are very tightly packed creating a full dense canopy. This Japanese cultivar originated before 1900, but is still rare because of its [...]
The English hedge maple makes a small shrubby tree with deep green leaves. A. campestre 'CarnivaL' is a small version (8-10') over a long time. The foliage is white with a light green center.
A vine maple with brilliant red stems all winter. This cultivar seems upright growing and the stems almost glow. The fall foliage is red and yellow. Extra shipping
This has lovely yellow orange foliage eventually turning light green. Great yellow fall color.
Perhaps the finest, and most beautiful of all small trees. Leaves are trifoliate, beautifully colored with brilliant splashes of gold and red for autumn. The bark splits and peels to reveal a coppery smooth under surface. It is rather slow gro [...]
One of our favorites: the 'Fern leaf maple' will eventually get 20' tall. The split leaves are medium green all summer. In fall, the leaves turn the most beautiful red orange and yellow. Extra shipping for 2 gal. size.
This has cut leaves similar to A. japonicum 'Aconitifolium' (fernleaf maple) but they are much more cut. The bushy plant will be a smaller grower than A. japonicum 'Aconitifolium'. Great fall color.
This plant has a rich red growth in spring. This shrubby small 5'x5' shrub will have color in spring and in fall will turn brilliant red.
This is a 15' Japanese maple with deep purple leaves with red purple veins. The leaves in spring are as if the plant is blooming.
This is difficult to propagate and slow, so it is rarely offered. Very dwarf with rosy purple new growth.
This maple is similar looking to A. pal. 'Sango-Kaku'. The great thing is A. pal. 'Beni Kawa' is dramatically hardier. A. pal. 'Sango Kaku' will regularly have winter damage or die even in western Oregon. The beautiful red stems through out th [...]
This plant looks like A. palmatum 'Sango Kaku'. the foliage is similar and the form is similar. The difference is the bark is yellow orange in winter rather than red. This upright tree is very special all winter. Extra shipping.
This is one of the standards of the Japanese maple world. The foliage is deep purple in spring-summer. The tree will eventually get 20'x15' and will have glorious red fall color. Nursery only: too big to ship.
The new foliage is vibrant pink. After several weeks, it changes to dark green. In fall, this 8'- 10' tree will change to bright red orange fall foliage. Extra shipping.
This plant has been available for many decades. Our plant is 40+ years old is 15' tall and 6' - 8' wide. The pink-white variegated leaves are beautiful all summer. We do some minor pruning each summer to remove the reversions.
This is a lace leaf with extra laciness. The new growth is pink-bronze, and as the summer continues it will turn chartreuse green with the new growth showing the pink.
Said to be a lace leaf maple with extremely fine-textured purple leaves. It is supposed to be dwarf growing and will have great red fall color.
One of Talon Buchholz selections. This is the narrowest foliaged of any acer palmatum. Eventually a 10' - 12' lacy small tree.
This is a medium sized Japanese maple to 20'x15' with deep purple leaves during spring and summer. Fall color is brilliant red. Nursery only.
This is a vibrant variegated pink, white and green maple. This selection by Talon Buchholz leafs out in spring with the most beautiful pink leaves and slowly changes to green, pink and white. A. pal.'Geisha Gone Wild' will get to 15' in time.
A chance seedling from A. p. 'Ryusen', this maple will grow just as tall as it's staked, as all stems are cascading. The new growth is brilliant golden orange, staying yellow in summer then changing to orange yellow.
Is a lace leaf maple with deep purple lovely foliage. The foliage has blotches of variegated rich pink. It's interesting to see how the variegation occurs.
This is a neat small (2 - 3') shrubby Japanese maple. The new growth is pink through spring and summer. It would make a pretty plant for even the smallest garden.
Discovered by Talon Buchholz. This plant is like a smaller version of Acer pal. 'Mikawa Yatasbusa'. The leaves are smaller and new growth is vibrant pink in spring. Grows to 2' in 10 years.
This is a 15' grower with consistent variegated pink and purple growth all summer. A. pal. 'Lileeann's Jewel' will not revert like A. pal. 'Rainbow'. This plant will be a real show stopper in your garden.
Came from A. pal. 'Sango Kaku' which will become 20' in time. This 6' multi stemmed plant will have yellow new leaves changing to medium green for summer. The bark is brilliant red all winter
Is a shrubby maple with small leaves. The foliage is deep purple with pink margins. Will only get 4' - 6' in time.
A new plant to us! This seedling of A. pal. 'Mikawa Yasubusa' is a dwarf form like A. pal. 'Japanese Princess'. It has vibrant orange new growth.
This shrubby-sized maple has pretty yellow green new foliage turning dark green in summer. In fall, the foliage will turn orange-yellow. The leaves are almost like shingles overlapping each other. Extra shipping.
Is a moderate growing (12'- 14') purple leafed tree. Named by Richard Wolff in the 1970's. Very rich purple foliage and a great red, fall color. Extra shipping.
This 3'-4' plant will have orange new foliage that will turn yellow then green as the seasons move on.
Is a lace leaf that is purple foliaged all summer. The new growth has an orangish color through the summer. Extra shipping.
We are thrilled to be able to offer a few of these maples this year. We first saw several plants at Talon Buchholz's nursery. This lush deep purple foliaged maple has leaves that look like star fish with the margins crimped. Truly beautiful an [...]
We have had A. palmatum 'Rainbow' available for three years, but can't keep enough. When customers see the plants in Spring-Fall they can't help but buy. The deep purple leaves have patches of rich pink through the tree. Needs afternoon shade.
This vibrant purple maple has been around for quite a while but is still one of the better purple leafed small tree-sized Japanese maples.
This is one of the finest textured of all lace leafed maples. Originally discovered by Bill Curtis it went through several hands before Iseli Nursery figured out to cut back large trees and graft, creating juvenile stems. A. palmatum 'Red Fila [...]
This is an upright growing maple that will get to 15'-20' in time but is narrow for the smaller garden. The leaves are deep purple with jagged edges.
This is a weeping (not cascading) form of A. palmatum. Unless staked, it will grow flat on the ground. This plant needs to be staked and whenever it's released it will weep. Deep green typical A. palmatum leaves that turn pretty red orange in [...]
This is an upright green lace leaf maple. This plant has fine textured leaves that look like the lace leaves, but it is an upright tree to 15'. Great yellow fall color.
This is a 6' x 2' bushy shrub maple. The foliage is purple pink through the summer and turns flaming red in fall. Will grow in even the smallest garden. Extra shipping
Selected by Duncan & Davies Nursery in New Zealand. The new foliage is vibrant pink with a purple center to the leaves. In summer, the purple centers are consistent. But, the pink margins will change to cream. This should be a 15-20' tree.
Is a slow growing maple with small densely packed leaves. The new foliage is rimmed with red. Very nice container plant. Extra shipping
(Lions Mane Maple) has small deep green leaves that are twisted and crimped at their margins. The leaves will form clumps on the plant making an artistic effect. In fall the foliage turns deep yellow-orange. Our 40-year old plant is 15' X 8' w [...]
Has vibrant yellow leaves all summer. The leaves don't burn like many golden foliaged foliage shrubs. The plant looks similar to A. 'Sango Kaku' minus the red stems. Extra shipping
One of the darkest foliaged of any of the red lace leafs. This cascading lace leaf is a real showstopper summer and fall. This Japanese cultivar was listed in 1710, so it has been well tried and tested.
This is a 2'-3' shrubby form of Japanese maple. Deep green leaves turning orange yellow in fall. A wonderful container plant.
Not columnar, but narrow growing. This purple leafed Japanese maple will grow in small areas. Extra shipping
'Floating Clouds' maple. As a young vigorous plant, the leaves will be green. As the plant matures there will be white spots, and eventually the leaves will look like they are totally white. A wonderful 10' tree for highlighting the shady gard [...]
Has white new growth with veins turning green as the season progresses. Similar to A. pal. 'Peaches and Cream' but even whiter growth. Needs afternoon shade.
Has bright golden winter stems making a vibrant little tree all winter. The plant has pink highlights on its new growth and is an upright tree to perhaps 20 ft.
The Bat Wing maple has white leaves with some green spotting on them. The leaves really do look like bat wings. Limited, Extra shipping.
Is a columnar dwarf maple. From seedlings used for understock for Norway maples. A. p. 'Rezak' is a genetic dwarf that occurs occasionally in seedlings. Our original plant is 12' x 1.5' after 30 years. The growth is perhaps 1" - 2" per year. V [...]
(formerly A. 'Eskimo Sunset')--This moderate 20' tree has simply stunning foliage. The maple leaves are dark purple underneath and are deep green splashed with white and pink above. In the sun the leaves absolutely glow with the purple and pin [...]
Golden Full Moon maple. We have sold this glorious small tree for 40 years. Our biggest plant is 12' tall and has nice golden leaves all summer turning yellow in fall. Does best with afternoon shade.
Looks like A. shir. 'Aureum' but has peachy colored new growth in spring and early summer. Fall color is orange-red. Extra shipping
An excellent variety for all summer. It has a bright golden color. Needs afternoon shade, but holds color well. This plant comes from Crispin Silva and is one of the many wonderful plants he has introduced.
This bugbane has brownish purple foliage all summer. As typical of the purple foliaged bugbanes, this plant has pinkish flowers in late summer.
This perennial has deep purple foliage to 18" tall all summer. In August, the flowering stems will grow to 60" tall and look like a pinkish/white candelabra. Very fragrant flowers.
This bugbane has dark purple foliage to 18” all summer. Late summer, the flowering stems will grow to 4’ with pink sweetly scented flowers.
This is a lower growing maidenhair fern. The pinnules are overlapping making a fuller look to the plant than the species. Beautiful!
This fern will get 12” tall with filmy deep green fronds. The black stems make a great contrast.
This superb ground covering fern has small round leaflets. The light green to bronze new growth grows over the top of the darker green mature foliage. This fern makes a lovely ground cover at the foot of rhododendrons.
This has violet blue flowers on 18” stems. The foliage is narrower and flowers are much darker than A. Storm Cloud.
Is a lower growing agapanthus. The 12" - 16" stems carry pure white flowers in August. All the agapanthus we grow will die down in late fall, but are hardy and will reappear in spring.
This agapanthus has rich blue flowers in July-August. Our plants have survived 0°F. A. ‘Storm Cloud’ is deciduous, so completely disappears in winter. Spring comes with narrow deep green leaves followed by clusters of blue flower to 18”. [...]
Said to be one of the hardiest of the agaves. JC Raulston discovered this blue-gray leafed plant in California many years ago. The leaves are very broad and form a beautiful crown.
This small grower is very attractive year round. The deep green leaves have a slight white margin. We keep our agaves in terra cotta pots under an east facing eave. If it gets below 15° we move them to an unheated garage.
This selection of an American native will get 12” and have beautiful sky blue flowers in early summer
A native American wildflower. In spring, the 18” plant is covered with small blue flowers. The needle-shaped leaves are attractive green all summer. In fall, the foliage turns beautiful golden tones.
Monkey puzzle tree. This southern Chilean conifer has the hardest sharpest needles imaginable. You will either like this plant or really not like it. Mature trees were planted in many ports along the Pacific coast and are now 70' - 80' tall af [...]
This is a low growing evergreen ground cover. The plants have deep green glossy small leaves. Plants can get 6”-12” tall and 48” wide.
The Heart's Tongue fern has single fronds without any leaflets. This vase shaped plant has glossy green leaves up to 12” tall.
This is a very pretty 2'-3' aster with almost black foliage. The foliage is worth growing the plant, let alone the small thousands of lavender white flowers in late summer.
This astilbe has rich chocolate purple foliage all season. The flowers are inconsequential. It's all about the rich foliage.
A 6" astilbe with deep green leaves and rich pink narrow flowers in May-June.
(Was Rogersia tabularis) The leaves on this plant can get 12" across in summer. These tropical looking plants can survive well below 0°. Needs afternoon shade and will grow with ferns, hostas, etc. The flowers are white and can get to 18" stal [...]
This is a small deciduous fern. Plants will get 6" tall and form beautiful clumps of soft green fronds all summer. In fall, the foliage turns pretty yellow.
This is a taller fern with red stems. The green fronds are lovely compliment to the red stems.
This has silver leaves with purple and green all summer. This subtle fern will slowly spread in the woodland.
This is a large growing painted fern which can get to 18” and has lovely purple and silver fronds. This pretty plant will make a small thicket of leaves.
The Eared Lady Fern has medium green fronds with darker stems--a pretty subtle deciduous fern for the woodland garden.
This has silver white bright lights spring through fall. In the garden it will brighten up the shade garden.
A deep, green narrow foliaged aucuba. The leaves are 6” long and 1” wide on a 6’ plant. This evergreen shrub is one of “the” plants for dry, deep shade.
The plant has deep green leaves with large splotches of golden yellow. This tough evergreen shrub can survive without summer water (after established). The foliage will brighten up deep shade.
This evergreen shrub is the plant for that dark spot in your garden. Aucuba 'Rozannie' has glossy dark green foliage. The fruits are large and bright red. We heartily recommend this great evergreen.
This has a rich golden yellow center to the leaves. The margins will be deep green. This is a very showy shrub for the shady garden.
Box Leaf Azara - Has tiny glossy dark evergreen leaves. This large shrub or small tree has a pretty form as it gets older. A. microphylla has been hardy through all winters for 30 years.
Is an evergreen perennial that will get up to 12" tall. The heart shaped leaves are deep green. The flowers are little puffs on 12"stems. A great plant to grow with ferns, hostas, etc.
Is a loose growing evergreen to 6'- 8' tall. The deep green glossy foliage is a nice backdrop to the vibrant orange flowers in April.
This evergreen barberry has dark green foliage with silvery indumentum. The flowers are yellow and look like small daffodils. Hardy to 0° F.
This was a popular plant in the 50's and 60's but sadly disappeared in the 90's-2000's. We have been growing this small leafed evergreen shrub for years. The shrub will be covered with a huge amount of orange flowers in March.
The Rodals of Sauvie Island, Portland discovered this plant. The 2" thorns are wicked, but worth dealing with. The fruit start out creamy white and continue to change to translucent pink. The 2" - 3" strands of fruit are glorious on a 10' - 12 [...]
People always see this barberry and ask what it is and want it. Berberis replicata has narrow dark evergreen foliage. The new foliage is rich purple as a highlight all summer over the green mature leaves. Our plant is 10’x 9' after 20 years, h [...]
This is a deciduous pig squeak with long hairs--a pretty foliage plant. The leaves are much larger than the evergreen bergenias. The flowers are soft pink to white.
This birch is simply glorious. Our mature plant is 35 years old and 20’x 15’. The flesh, pink, cream colored bark truly is alive during the winter. I see our plant outside my kitchen every day and it’s always lovely. Yellow fall foliage follow [...]
A southern Chilean native that will have large evergreen leaves with large rounded leaflets. This 2-3' fern is for milder climates. Our plant has been here for 15 years and survived 5-10° F.
A (4") spreading deer fern. Plants are slow spreading and make a pretty evergreen ground cover. We made a planting between a fence and a wall in Eugene and its made a wonderful show.
Our northwestern deer fern grows in the Cascades and Coast Range. This evergreen has new fronds that are vertical and the older fronds are horizontal in the ground. This wonderful fern has black stems with deep green foliage. Beautiful plan [...]
Is a soft 4" pink hardy orchid. This easy plant will slowly spread to make a pretty group of flowers in July.
This ground orchid will make large clumps in semi shade. We have literally dozens of flowering stems every spring (June). The flowers are bright purple pink orchids along the stems.
This is a pure white form of the hardy orchid. These plants will get 12" - 18" tall and bloom in the early summer. Needs filtered shade to be happy. Perhaps the easiest of all hardy orchids.
This is a huge 2'x2' Brunnera. The silver variegated leaves are very pretty from March to October. This is essentially a giant brunnera.
Is a solid silver Siberian bugloss. the foliage comes up in March with the rich blue forget me not flowers. All summer the silver heart shaped leaves show up against other woodlanders.
The foliage and stems of B. 'Curly Locks' are twisted and curved. Makes an interesting small shrub for the garden or container.
This is a darker green narrow columnar boxwood. The plant will get 5'-6'x 1' wide. Slower growing than B. 'Graham Blandy'.
A columnar boxwood. Our largest plants are 8’x 1’ (with once yearly selective pruning). This evergreen makes a handsome upright column.
This is a weeping variegated boxwood. The splashed creamy yellow foliage is distinctively different than any other boxwood. Our plant is 3-4' tall after 35 years. Makes a pretty and interesting plant for a container.
Our 50 year old plant is 12"x 18". This ultimate dwarf shrub has tiny medium green leaves. Our plant grows in semi-shade.
Eventually this boxwood gets to 8' to 10' tall. We use this variegated foliage for flower arrangements year round. Grows well in full shade or almost full sun, a super adaptable plant. Makes a great hedge!
A small green leafed boxwood. Our largest plant in a container is 4’ tall and has an interesting slightly weeping form. Slow growing.
The green foliage appears in April, followed in July by purple flowers. By October the berries turn purple and the foliage turns yellow. The lustrous purple fruit hold on all winter (until March). Best planted with a light backdrop such as a w [...]
Has been in the Northwest for many years. The plant dies down if frozen, but comes back quickly. This loose shrub has deep evergreen leaves that are needle-like. The powder puff red flowers appear along the stem.
We had a few of C. decurrens 'Berrima Gold' two years ago and sold them immediately. This native tree is golden year round. It will take dry areas and is a show stopper with its flattened needles.
A light yellow flowering sweet shrub. C. 'Athens' was found and named by Michael Dirr. This is an easy grower with lots of flowers that have the scent of cantaloupe.
Richard Hartlage hybridized Calycanthus (then sinocalycanthus) chinensis with C. floridus and created a real winner. The rich purple flowers are 2" across beginning in April and blooming until August here. Must be pruned to make a bushier grow [...]
We discovered the plant we have been calling C.'Black Opel' is actually C. 'Black Magic'. Our source had mislabeled the original plant. The flowers are single and deepest maroon.
This has small deep red double flowers in March-April. Our plant is 6'-7' tall and 2' wide. Makes a handsome shrub all year with deep green glossy leaves.
Our plant has 2" single red flowers with a large center of white stamens. This showy camellia will get 8'x3' in time. Limited.
Has larger flowers than C. Donation. These single pink flowers are also darker than C. Donation. The plant seems to be more restrained and smaller than Donation. The deep green foliage is a lovely background to the flowers.
The small creamy yellow C. Kisii hybrid is upright growing and flowers heavily with slightly double yellow flowers.
This has small (1”-2”) very light pink flowers in spring. The scent is similar to cinnamon. This upright grower will get 10'-12'x5' wide.
This has irregular fanned single pink flowers. The scent is intoxicating and said to be produced only after the second day from opening.
This is one of those camellias with multiple colors. The flowers can be pink with red stripes, fully white or fully pink. Deep green foliage and wonderful fun to watch what color each flower will be in spring.
This is a double C. japonica with red flowers. C. 'April Tryst' is supposedly much hardier than most camellia japonicas.
This variable flower can be red with pink splotches or fully red. Nice large dark green glossy foliage. The flowers are double.
This is a rich pinkish red camellia. The semi double flowers cover the plant in March.
This camellia grows upright to possibly 8'. The foliage is typical C. japonica and the flowers are light red in early spring. However the main reason to grow C. j. 'Unryu' is for the contorted stems. The stems twist at 45° angles, which makes [...]
This red-flowered camellia has small flowers. The main reason for growing C. j. Variegata is its glossy deep green and yellow leaves. Our original plant is 3-4’ tall after many years. Well worth growing for foliage alone.
This is a C. williamsi hybrid with creamy yellow double flowers. Our plant is 8'-10' x 4' wide in full sun. Would be better in afternoon shade. Everyone to whom we have sold Jury's Yellow has really liked the plant.
Has a fairly small single vibrant red flower in March. The stamens are bright yellow.
The peacock or weeping camellia is a really fun plant. Our 6' plant is 25 + years old. The narrow foliage is 6" long and 1/2" wide. The stems weep and have red tubular flowers in spring. C. 'Kujaku Tsubaki' makes a superb container plant.
One of our dumb moves. This plant is a pretty rich pink camellia that we have had for years. We always think we should take cuttings in March and April, but forget to each summer. Well, we finally did it and have some available.
Only a few small plants this year. This slow growing camellia is wonderful. Every part of the plant is maroon. The new growth is dark purple. The small flowers are dark maroon and even the roots are deep purple. Our original plant is 30+ years [...]
This is a formal double C. japonica that has rose pink margins on the petals. The base of the petals are white. The petals have an attractive point to them. Very pretty. Extra shipping.
Our original plant is 4'x4' after 40 years. The small (1”) white flowers cover the arching stems in spring. The leaves are small deep green so make a pretty backdrop for the flowers.
This is a fall bloomer with pure white single flowers. Makes a beautiful hedge or espalier.
This hardy Ackerman hybrid blooms in November. Single white flowers cover the plant and makes an upright hedge or single plant.
An upright open grower, our plant is 10' tall and can be seen through. The small 1" flowers are bright red with white stamens.
This is a small leafed camellia with small white flowers (1”/2”) across. This plant is a very graceful year round, but truly beautiful in spring.
Our upright plant is 10' x 4'. The dark evergreen leaves are a wonderful backdrop for the rich pink flowers. The 3" flowers have center petals that enclose the stamens. C. 'Waterlily' doesn't have as many flowers as C. 'Donation', but they are [...]
This arching sedge has been available for many years, but still makes a pretty plant. The 18” plant has golden narrow arching leaves all summer. Evergreen, but best cut back in early spring.
This 10'-15' tightly branched plant makes a great focal point. The foliage is light green in summer followed by yellow fall color. Makes an interesting plant even when there aren't any leaves.
A moderate size 6-8' blue atlas cedar, this irregular branching small tree has a lovely wind-swept form. The blue needles are beautiful.
This is a flat-topped deadora cedar with blue needles. Can eventually form a leader, so if you want you can keep as a shrub or allow it to grow as a small tree.
This is a chartreuse golden katsura tree. The foliage comes out yellow and stays golden all summer. Fall color is bright golden.
Originally thought of as a dwarf. This katsura tree is perhaps smaller than the species. Our 12' tree is 25 years old. The yellow fall color is lovely.
Our plant from Jim Fox is 12' x 4' after 15+ years. Our plant grows 6"- 12" per season. This seems to be a shrubby form of C. japonium. It's great fun to see such a small plant of this amazing species.
We got our plant from Holland 25 years ago. The fall foliage is beautiful pink red. Only a few available.
This is a smaller growing katsura tree from China. We got our plant 45 years ago from MSK Nursery in Seattle. This is my favorite tree in our garden. The arching braches will grow out horizontally. Great pink-yellow fall color.
(Marioka Weeping) Our original tree is 40' x 15'. There are several vertical leaders with all the rest of the growth cascading. Looks like a large fountain. One of the glories of our garden.
Red Fox has deep purple new growth in the spring. Our plant holds the color until July. The rest of the summer it is deep green. In fall, C. 'Rotfuchs' turns glorious yellow and pink.
We have had this great quince for years. The 2" flowers are a pretty deep red color. We seem to be able to root plants only every 2-3 years. So we don't always have plants available.
This beautiful conifer looks like a dark green saguaro cactus. It will grow outside the desert and be a real show stopper in the garden. These plants are grafted so are more expensive than cuttings, but are resistant to phytophera root rot.
This is a very narrow columnar conifer. The deep green foliage covers this weeping conifer. Our plant is 15' x 1 1/2' in 10 years.
This plant looks like C. n. 'Van Den Akker' but has blotches of creamy white in the deep green weeping foliage. The color holds in full sun and semi shade.
Is a dwarf (6-8" in five years) cypress. The golden foliage is very attractive year round. We find our plants need semi-shade or afternoon shade.
This Talon Buchholz selection is an upright slow growing false cypress. The plant has golden needles all year.
Has fan shaped deep green foliage on a small shrubby form. May get 2' in 20+ years. Makes a pretty shrub for the semi shade either in the soil or container.
A low growing conifer with deep green fan shaped needles. Our plant is 5-6 years old and 6” x 12”. This is a spectacular plant.
This Talon Buchholz selection is an upright growing small shrub. The foliage has dark green needles with splashes of creamy white.
Our plant of C. obtusa 'Nana' is 50 years old and is a pyramidal form 18" x 18" tall. The lovely twisted fans are deep green year round.
Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Our 40+ year old plant is 12' tall and has been pruned out to display its structure as well as the lovely evergreen foliage.
This small growing chamaecyparis has an irregular growth habit to 2'-3' over many years. The foliage is a mixture of green and chartreuse, making a rainbow effect.
Our original plant is 20+ years and is 2'x1'. The slow growth is very tight and is wonderful deep green. This is one of my favorite conifers. Can be grown in a container or in the garden. Lovely.
An upright golden foliaged C. obtusa variety. Will get 3-4’ in time.
Very limited number available. Needs plenty of light to get the variegation to show up. The plant will be slow growing with deep green needles and splashes of white variegation.
Wintersweet. Can't believe we have these again! Most wholesalers are deleting plants that don't sell hundreds (thousands) per year. This is obviously not a huge seller but the scent in January-February is fabulous. The flowers are small (1/2”) [...]
This has dark green, maple-like leaves year round. The plants get 4' tall and have white, citrus scented flowers during winter months. Hardy to perhaps 0° F. Grows very nicely along the west coast and coastal SE U.S.
C. 'Sundance' grows to 6' tall and has golden yellow leaves year round. The flowers are a sweet citrus scent in early spring. Needs some shade in afternoon. Superb with Cornus 'Midwinter Fire'.
Is a South American bamboo that is truly graceful. Our clump has been growing 30 years and was 10' - 12' across when it bloomed and died. We were lucky it produced seed, so we have a few plants available. Said to be tender, but we have had a c [...]
Is a cut leafed clematis from New Zealand. The evergreen foliage makes an interesting backdrop for the hundreds of small white flowers in early spring.
This is an 18" tall shrub with very fragrant white flowers in July-August. C. Hummingbird is a bushy plant that turns lovely golden yellow in October.
This clethra has wonderful spotted variegation. The foliage is pink as it unfurls from the buds, later turning white with green spots. The flowers are lovely white in summer. Makes a large shrub in time.
Sweet form. Though not really a fern, just a common name. This plant is amazingly tough to zone 3-4. Its wavy leaves are 3”-4” long and the plant will get 3'-4' and slowly spread. Drought resistant. The foliage has an excellent fragrance.
This upright fern has green leaves with yellow splashes--an unusual fern with variegation. Limited numbers available.
This small shrubby dogwood grows to 12' x 10' and has small white margined green leaves. The overall effect is of a white wedding cake. The foliage grows in tiers. Flowers and fruit are in small clusters.
The wedding cake dogwood is one our most beautiful trees. Our original tree is 35-40'. We brought our plant from Holland in the late 70's. The layers of white and green foliage are amazing. The more shade, the more the plant becomes layered.
Has rich pink-red brachts in May-June. This disease resistant plant will get 15'-20' tall. Great bright fruit in late summer-fall and it has beautiful yellow-orange fall foliage. Extra shipping.
One of our favorite C. kousa varieties. We have a 10' x 12' specimen in front of Eric and Dawn's house. The plant literally weeps with so many flowers. The rich pink brachts are wonderful. Extra shipping.
This Rutgers hybrid has pointed rich pink brachts in May-June. It has been really appreciated by those gardeners who have seen the plant. Extra shipping.
This is supposed to be the brightest red (pink) flowering C. kousa available. Haven’t seen a plant blooming but pictures are beautiful. Extra shipping.
This Rutger's University hybrid of C. kousa x C. florida has rounded brachts like C. florida but is later in the spring. The brachts are light pink on a fast upright growing tree. Nursery only
Introduced by nurseryman/plantsman Talon Buchholz from Gaston, OR. This excellent variegated plant has broad white margins on light green leaves. Will brighten any shady part of the garden.
This great plant has glorious orange, red and yellow stems all winter. We grow our plants in the ground for a year then prune hard each year to promote the brightest stems. Nice yellow fall foliage color.
This dogwood was found in the Willamette Valley of Oregon where it grows along creeks and rivers. Someone found this plant in the valley and took it to Hedgerows Nursery. They propagated it and sold the variegated gold and green foliaged plant [...]
Marietta and Ernie Obyrne (see hellebores) have been recommending this plant to us for a while. We have been seeing many plants in our area recently. The large flowers look much like our native C. nuttallii. This fast grower will be covered w [...]
The wire netting shrub comes from New Zealand. An excellent plant for containers. The zig- zag stems are dark, almost black. The gray green leaves are tiny. Small, bright yellow flowers cover the plant in spring.
Is one of the larger shrubs of the corylopsis group. This 8' - 10' shrub has pretty dark green oval leaves all summer. The yellow flowers appear in March.
From Longwood Gardens, PA. This larger grower blooms with light yellow flowers. The plants flower 2 weeks later than most corylopsis.
One of the finest of all shrubs we grow, it has a grace about it year round. In winter the branches form a lacy effect with dark colored swollen flower buds. In March the light yellow racemes cover the plant.
The golden spike winter hazel. This lovely early spring flowering shrub is covered with 2” yellow racemes. Following the flowers there are glorious golden yellow pleated leaves. The two seasons of blooms and foliage make a nice addition to the [...]
One of the plants Jane Platt introduced to us in the early 70's. The 8' x 8' plant will cover itself with 2" soft yellow pendant flowers in March. A great plant to grow with magnolias as the color combines well.
We got our original plant from Hillers (England) in the 80’s. The yellow pendant flowers cover the 10’ shrub. The new foliage is rich purple and the leaves will be purple through a good part of summer. Seems more tender than other corylopsis. [...]
This hazelnut is a large shrub or small tree. The foliage is fairly long and narrow with deep indentations. The deep purple new foliage and the deeply cut leaves are very attractive.
This fairly new cultivar has deep purple, deeply serrated foliage. This moderate sized tree could be used as a cut back plant, so it doesn't get too large.
This beautiful moderate size smoke tree has the most glorious golden foliage all summer. In the fall it turns bright yellow. The flowers have a purple tint making a pretty show through much of the summer.
This is one of our best discoveries. We first listed C. 'Grace' in 1993, and are still impressed with how great this shrub can be. We got this Hillier named hybrid in the mid 1980's as a one foot cutting. Our original plant is cut back hard ea [...]
Very limited. This is a weird contorted hawthorn. We have had a plant for 10 years, and it isn't much bigger than when we got it. The stems are very twisted and the deep green leaves make a nice addition during summer. Extra shipping.
Is a large tender (California coast) evergreen shrub. The narrow leaves make a handsome backdrop to the red strawberry looking flowers. Rarely offered but when happy can be stunning with literally thousands of red flowers. Plants are small but [...]
This rich orange flowering bulb for the late summer garden is indispensable. Our clump is growing under the edge of Cornus kousa 'Gold Cup' and consistently gives a great show.
Chocolate foliage on 2' plants. The iris-like foliage makes a nice foil for the yellow flowers. We like to grow C. 'Solfatare' with Geranium 'Rozanne'.
Interesting golden yellow flowers 2" across. The flat flowers have a distinctive white center. A very pretty bulb for August-September.
This is an Islei Nursery selection that should get to 6’x 3’ in 10 years. The new growth is light green and will turn very dark green as the season progresses. A great plant for the garden or container.
(Granny's ringlets) This conifer has dark green small curled needles. The needles curve around the stem making an interesting look. Don’t know ultimate size (8'-10'?) But C. spiralis makes an excellent container plant.
This is a low growing cypress that has lovely light gray green needles. This fine conifer is rarely seen in gardens. We only find it available every few years. Extra shipping.
This columnar conifer is grown through the Mediterranean regions all over the world. It’s amazing that it is hardy here. There are old plants in Eugene that have survived -12°. These small plants will grow fast and very full and bushy. Extra [...]
This handsome corm is dormant during spring and summer. In fall, the foliage reemerges with green and silver markings. Worth growing for the foliage, let alone having vibrant pink-white flowers all winter.
A pretty late-summer blooming hardy cyclamen. Our plants have been blooming since mid July. Rich pink purple flowers appear as the new leaves appear.
This is an evergreen vase-shaped plant. The fronds are deep green and have broad leaflets.
Our sources dried up for the pineapple broom over the years. All of a sudden we remembered that our original plant was grafted on Laburnum (golden chain). Anyway, this large shrub has gray green hairy leaves and short golden chains. The flower [...]
We have had this pretty daphne for many years and occasionally have it available. The snow white flowers show up in February-March. Typical wonderful scent on a 2' x 2' shrub.
To most people the best fragrance of any shrub. The small purple and white flowers appear in February - April and the scent can be noticed 20 feet away. Makes an evergreen shrub with golden margins on the foliage. Can be kept in a large contai [...]
The deep pink flower buds open to pure white inside the flowers. We have read that D. 'Zuiko Nishiki' is hardier than other forms of D. odora. Any clones of D. odora have an unbelievable scent to the flowers.
Blooms its heart out from January-April. Because of the D. bhoula x D. odora cross, it blooms for an amazing amount of time. Probably not fully hardy here as we can't grow D. bhoula outside. Wonderful fragrance.
Named by Bob Tichnor, of Aurora, Oregon. This long blooming deciduous daphne has golden variegated leaves. D 'Summer Ice' is the same hybrid as D. 'Jims Pride', but it is variegated and blooms for a shorter time.
This evergreen daphne is a great garden plant much more tolerant of sun than the D. odoras. The leaves are small deep green. In April-May the plant will be covered with purple flowers with white centers. The fragrance is different than others [...]
We hope to have enough of this fabulous evergreen tree. We sold out every plant we had last year. We once saw a 40' x 40' specimen in Villa Taranto, Italy. It looked like a huge rhododendron arboreum. This Japanese native is an upright evergre [...]
This is a variegated dove tree that has stunning new growth that is gold and green. As the season goes on the color fades but is still attractive until fall. Extra shipping.
This stunning foliage plant has green centers to the leaves with creamy yellow broad margins. We find the plant grows best in filtered shade all day. We haven't seen bracts yet but the foliage is beautiful so who cares? Extra shipping.
Is an interesting strange plant that looks like a holly with spiny dark green leaves. This Chilean native blooms in July with 1 and 1/2" tubes of orange with yellow tips. Makes a fun container plant as its probably more Oregon coast hardy.
This is a single season plant but it is so stunningly glorious it's worth only having spring blooms. We have had plants with so many pink purple flowers they actually weep. Very hardy and an easy grower.
This has light pink open flat flowers on a smaller plant than D. 'Magicien'. A much more restrained, but beautiful plant than D. 'Magicien'.
Angel's fishing rod. this South African bulb has 2' grass like foliage year round. the flower stems get 6'- 7' tall, but arch over at 3' - 4'. In late June-July the white pink or purple flowers dangle from these stems. We have had plants damag [...]
A witchazel with heart-shaped, deep green leaves all summer that transform to deep purple in late September, then in October turn kaleidoscopic orange, red, yellow and purple. Has been hardy to -15° in Illinois. Flowers are tiny in fall but th [...]
This has deep green leaves with pink and white margins. In fall this moderate (10') shrub will turn stunning autumn color of pink and purple.
An evergreen witch hazel with deep green narrow leaves. The 3'-4' tall plant makes an arching shrub that will bloom with red puffs of flowers in early spring. Can be kept pruned to 18" and will make an attractive shrub for the woodland garden.
This is a small 6" evergreen fern that's like a very small version of our bigger ferns.
This is a small (6") evergreen fern with deep green fronds that are short and bushy! It looks like many of the large cultivars except it's tiny.
A Shaggy Shield wood fern--this Asian fern is an evergreen upright vase shaped plant. The plants will get to 18" tall.
This is an evergreen fern with dark green mature fronds. The new growth is bronze color through the growing season.
This is a deciduous fern with ruffled foliage. This fern will get 3'-4' tall and is upright vase shaped.
This has deep green fronds that divide at the tips making for a double take when people see them.
Looks like D. wallichiana which is a 2' vase-shaped form. This plant has golden tones to the fronds, hence, D. 'Jurassic Gold'.
This is smaller than D. wallichiana (12"-18") and has bronze new fronds through the summer. A beautiful fern through all seasons.
This is a beautiful hardy fern from China, Japan and Korea. This deciduous species will get 2'-3' tall and forms an upright vase form.
Wallichs Wood Fern- In our garden, plants get to 2'x2' and are deep green and vase shaped. One of our favorite ferns. Very beautiful.
This is a more subtle form of variegated Elaeagnus than E. 'Gilt Edge'. This tough adaptable evergreen will create a show year round.
This is a broad leafed evergreen. The deep green leaves have a broad yellow margin. The new growth is a pretty coppery cinnamon in spring and early summer.
This has narrow variegated (creamy white) evergreen leaves. This tough plant will thrive in full sun or dry shade. The foliage makes a great plant for cut stems for flower arrangements.
This has deep green margins on the leaves with bright golden centers to each leaf. Very tough. Our plant gets little water in sandy soil and is very happy. Great for cut foliage for flower arrangements.
One of J.C. Raulston's 'care' packages in the 80's. This plant is almost indestructible. Our largest plant is 6'x 6' and has small variegated leaves. The plant will grow in full sun to deep shade. The overall shrub effect is creamy white. Ther [...]
Chilean Fire Bush can become 40' in time. The narrow leaves are dark green and look like an olive foliage. In June, the firecracker orange flowers explode on the tree. An amazing tree for the correct climate. Will not survive outside coastal n [...]
Is an upright growing enkianthus. The flowers are fairly small but the fall color is superb. From Summer Hill Nursery.
This has very deep purple petals backed up by light lavender. A lovely barronwort. One per customer.
This handsome plant gets about 12' tall and is covered with amber colored flowers in March. When they bloomed, the plants sold out in just days.
Is a sweet little barronwart with small leaves and white flowers.
A low growing evergreen epimedium. The flowers are found as yellow sprays making a pretty small space ground cover for the woodland garden.
This has very thin stems with lavender flowers and darker center petals. This graceful plant will get to 12".
This has a freckling spots of chocolate purple on the leaves with white flowers in March-April.
Has soft lavender flowers on 6-8" plants.
This has pretty pink flowers in March and April, Our plant is fairly slow to spread.
Has great purple spots on the foliage especially in spring. The flowers are small and white. It's all about the foliage, which is spectacular.
Has lovely white flowers with bronze new growth. This species was introduced in 1993 from China.
Has orange and yellow flowers. The evergreen foliage will persist all winter, but as with all our Epimediums, we cut them back in January to have beautiful new growth with the flowers.
We got this beautiful plant from We Du Nursery over 25 years ago. The large foliage is slightly shorter than the dark purple red flowers. A robust plant that forms beautiful clumps.
This has light to medium purple flowers. We have been trying to get enough to list but still don't have large numbers.
This Xera Nursery introduction (Portland) has truly red flowers that are large and showy. The tips of the petals are bright yellow.
Is a form of E. grandiflorum with rich red flowers. Said to be magnificent in several descriptions. So must be nice.
Has gorgeous purple spots on the leaves. Flowers are an added bonus in spring and are plum and cream. Named by Xera Plants, Portland.
This has golden yellow flowers with purple chocolate petals backing up the yellow. This Xera introduction from Portland is lovely.
Has bright yellow flowers in March followed by large leaves with purple blotches. 'Thunderbolt' looks beautiful for its fall foliage alone.
Has soft creamy yellow flowers on a 6"- 12" plant. The foliage is best cut down late winter so the flowers can show their best
Has lovely small flowers of light purple-violet. The foliage is dark green.
Our 10' tree has big, pink fruit in August-October. Out of the deep pink fruit, spill orange seeds. The fall foliage will turn yellow-pink. Extra shipping.
This is a columnar beech. A mature plant can be 30'x3' and has deep purple foliage all summer. Extra shipping.
This fun fig seems to be hardy and easy to grow. The leaves are deeply lobed and are dark green. Don’t know about the fruit, but the foliage is very attractive.
We thought F. 'Blue Shadow' superseded F.' Blue Mist'. F. 'Blue Shadow' appeared several years ago and most people stopped growing F. 'Blue Mist'. We noticed, however, that F. 'Blue Mist' is a much better blue foliage plant for shade. Our pla [...]
Our introduction from Mrs. Platt's garden. This small grower (18"x24") has white flowers in April. In late fall (November), the leaves turn amazing orange, red and yellow.
This form of fothergilla was named by Michael Dirr who says it's the brightest fall foliage of all the F. gardenii. Plant should get 6-8 feet tall. From Mt. Airy Cemetery in Cincinnati. Has been hardy to -25° F.
This is a native of the U.S. This fine textured perennial will get 2'-3' tall. The flowers have narrow white flowers in spring. In fall, the foliage turns yellow, orange and purple.
This double flowering gardenia covers itself with white fragrant flowers. Said to be hardier that G. 'Kleim's Hardy' and also grows larger.
This comes from Henderson Experimental Gardens (Donald Kleim). This small gardenia will get to 18”x18”. Seems to like afternoon shade. The double flowers appear all summer and have delicious scent.
This garrya is said to have even longer catkins than G.‘James Roof’. The foliage is deep green and wavy. When windy, the leaves make a nice rustling sound.
We've grown only the finest of our natives and this is one of the best. Garrya elliptica is a native from the Oregon coast south to Central California. The Saratoga Horticultural Foundation named this excellent cultivar for its tassels that ar [...]
This has chartreuse foliage and vibrant glowing pink flowers that will make a large (3') plant in good soil.
The mourning geranium has very subtle small purple flowers in June. The main reason to grow are the dark purple spots on the dark green leaves. We grow from division not seed. Our original plant came from our friend Robin Parer, Geraniaceae 30 [...]
Maybe the best geranium. Our plants bloom May to October. The purple flowers have white or lighter lavender centers. I enjoy this front of the border plant all summer.
This is a dwarf to 4' ginkgo that has beautiful green leaves and in fall a burst of golden yellow.
This is a small growing ginkgo that will get 4' x 4' in many years. The growth is only 2-3" per year. A great container plant or for the smaller garden.
This is a small grower to maybe 3-4' tall in many years. This tight small grower is wonderful for container or garden planting.
This is a very small ginkgo with closely packed leaves and heavy branches. One of the smallest ginkgos. Dark green foliage all summer and great yellow fall color.
This was named for our friend/mentor Marshall Olbrich from Western Hills Nursery (Occidental, CA). This cultivar has narrow foliage and a huge amount of burnt orange flowers in winter.
This winter bloomer has weird flowers (one description I found was 'psychedelic spiders'). It's so nice to have a 6’-8’ evergreen shrub blooming in winter.
This is an attractive evergreen foliaged plant with coppery colored flowers. This makes a good plant for Oregon, California or western Washington.
This Australian native makes a pretty large evergreen shrub. The foliage is deep green, flowers in winter and is burnt orange. Strange looking but makes an attractive show.
One of the giants of the plant world. Called dinosaur food or prickly rhubarb. Our biggest plant is 12’x12’ in full sun. We always grew our plants in shade, but we put out a plant in full sun with lots of water. Makes a spectacular plant. Our [...]
We got our plant from Heronswood back in the 90's. Our plant is now a thicket 6' across. The foliage is oval and has curvy margins. We mulch with leaves in winter and grow with plants of Fuschia megellanica.
The typical Japanese forest grass is a green plant 12" tall. We have had several variegated forms for years including the fabulous H. macra 'Aureola'. Now comes this beautiful all gold form. The plant still gets 12" tall, but has fully gold [...]
This popular grass is one of our best woodland plants. The dark green leaves have broad yellow stripes going vertically. The overall effect is of a golden arching grass. Great for containers during spring-fall.
This has dark green narrow grassy leaves with narrow golden yellow stripes. It makes a lush green grass for the shade.
This is a new cultivar to us from Holland. The large flowers are vibrant orange in January.
Deep yellow flowers with red calyx. Many flowers on an upright shrub. Extra shipping.
This Dutch hybrid has bright yellow flowers similar to H. 'Pallida'. Not as fragrant as H. 'Pallida', but said to be an improvement.
The absolutely latest to bloom. Last year it stopped flowering just before our magnolias started. The heavy blooming plant has golden flowers even on young plants. It was discovered and named in 1985 by J.H.H. Van Heijningen in Holland.
This has orange flowers that are extra large and have yellow on the tips of the petals. Have had several nursery people say its their favorite. Limited.
A bright yellow, flowering witch hazel that blooms profusely. For year round color, this is one of the best. In January–February the yellow flowers appear. During spring-summer, the foliage is dark green. In fall the leaves turn brilliant yell [...]
This has vibrant orange flowers in January- February--a lovely new hybrid to us.
From the Bonnybrook Nursery in Kirkland, Washington. We don't know when the nursery was in business (long ago, we assume). This golden flowering form of Hamamelis intermedia is nicely fragrant. Our plant came from Brian Milligan who lived in K [...]
Introduced in 1985 by Helmers Nursery and named for the house in which Heinrich Bruns lived. Flowers are golden yellow and purple at the base. No scent but lovely yellow flowers. Extra shipping.
This medium reddish pink hamamelis forms a large shrub 15-18' tall. The fall foliage is beautiful golden yellow.
This new bright red hamamelis has been blooming for 2 years for us and seems to have larger flowers than H.’Diane’ and H. ‘Rubin’. Nice red fall foliage
This De Belder selection is new to us. The flowers have a bi-color effect. The base is strawberry color fading to light yellow.
We have had this excellent plant for 40 plus years and still enjoy the red purple flowers in winter. We ran out of plants last year. So have grown lots of plants to keep up with demand. The fall foliage is deep red purple.
One of the De Belder hybrids with great scent. The flowers are yellow orange. Fall color is orange red. Worth growing for the scent and fall foliage color.
This is a rounded shrub De Belder hybrid. The flowers are large and are a light orangish. Said to have great fall color as well as pretty flowers in winter.
This is a vibrant yellow witch hazel that is amazingly fragrant in January. We have grown H. ‘Gimborn’s Perfume’ for years and still enjoy it every year.
Has deep orange flowers with purple bases. Very rich coloring of the flowers are followed by purple new growth. The fall foliage is golden yellow.
Was discovered by Wada at Hakoneya Nursery, Japan. The flowers are golden yellow at the tip of the flower and deep red at the base. The overall effect is orange-coppery in late winter.
This is bright orange in January. The deep red base of the flowers makes the orange even more striking. No fragrance to the flowers.
Has reddish flower color in January. The fall color is rich, glowing red. Said to be one of the best H. intermedia cultivars for the fall color.
Actually one of the best plants of any plants we grow. The flowers are coppery-orange. This is one of the best of all hamamelis.
This has large orange yellow flowers in January. Said to not be in the trade as of 2005. Very pretty flowers on a vigorous plant.
Has some of the lightest colored flowers of any hamamelis. Our plants produce very light yellow flowers in mid January.
This has soft yellow flowers in January. The flowers are among the lightest of any of hamamelis. Extra shipping.
From Kalmthout Arboretum in Belgum, this plant is a more upright grower; so it's suitable for smaller gardens. The flowers are brilliant orange in January.
We have grown this for 40 years. Still one of the standards of the witch hazels. We see this plant in retail nurseries occasionally. The brilliant yellow flowers cover the plant in January-February.
A fun plant because the tips of the branches weep. The flowers are light yellow in January. This is one of the more unusual hamamelis cultivars. Extra shipping.
Broad, light yellow petals on this variety from Belgium. Heavy flowering. One of the very best hamamelis.
Wow! What fragrance! H. 'Rochester' has small orange-yellow flowers in January. The flowers aren't very exciting but the fragrance is probably the best of any hamamelis we've sniffed.
This is a deeper red hamamelis. The plant will be covered with the flowers which stay red and don't fade to orange.
This is one of the first H. intermedia hybrids and one of the first four hamamelis we got in Portland, OR in the early 70's. In January, the broad vase-shaped plant will be covered with red flowers. Still a pretty plant after all these years. [...]
This Kalmthout hybrid has long spidery flowers that are strawberry-yellow bi-color. The flowers are an attractive color, but have very little scent. We only have a few available.
This is a bi-colored hamamelis. The petals are red-purple at the base with yellow tips. Last time we had this plant, it sold out immediately. This time we have many more.
Has the brightest yellow flowers of any hamamelis yet. The brilliant flowers are borne in heavy clusters. Like H. 'Primavera' but much brighter yellow flowers. H. 'Arnold Promise' is a very nice plant, but is positively dull when compared to H [...]
This has medium golden yellow flowers in January. The fall foliage is a nice yellow. An older hybrid, but still a good plant. Extra shipping.
We had lots of plants 2 years ago and last season sold out. The strongly weeping witch hazel makes a nice irregular container plant. Doesn’t have very many flowers, but it's fun to have a weeping witchazel.
Flowers are light yellow and have very twisted petals in February in our garden.
The species is always wonderful with its golden yellow flowers each spring.
Our plant is in hot sun all afternoon and is thriving. The golden yellow flowers cover the plant in January. The plant is very fragrant when in bloom.
Several experts have commented what a superior clone this is. The bright golden flowers are large and heavily clustered on the stems.
Has a bright purple flower in Janurary-February. This plant has a much richer fall color than H. vernalis 'Purpurea'. Best with light behind the plant to highlight the flowers.
The parent plant was discovered by Jorg Kohout in Germany. This violet purple selection of H. Vernalis is a very rich glowing purple.
Has small orange yellow flowers around Christmas time.
This has light yellow flowers in September and October. The six foot plant will be covered with flowers, but you will smell the fragrance from yards away as the leaves will still be on the plant.
This is so unusual it's almost never offered in catalogs. This plant is so strongly weeping it doesn't form a shrub but more like a mound. Grow on a mound or over a rock wall so it can spill over. The flowers are sweetly scented in winter.
This Mexican native blooms in October with many small light yellow flowers. Many times the foliage is still on the plant. The fragrance carries for yards.
This has small red flowers covering the stems each winter. One of the best named forms of H. vernalis.
The typical H. vernalis has yellow flowers and yellow fall foliage. This variety has bright purple flowers. The shrub is worth growing for the flowers, let alone the rich purple fall color.
Our plant is 6-7' tall after 15 years. Our original plant came from Peter Zwjnenburg, Boskoop Holland its originator. This small hamamelis has a lovely spicy fragrance in winter. Extra shipping.
One of our favorite fall coloring shrubs. H.v. 'Sandra' has purple new growth in spring and early summer. In the fall, the foliage turns glowing red and will have color for three weeks. We understand that there isn't a fall color on H. 'Sandra [...]
This is a tiny gray-leafed hebe. The plant will get 12”x18” with very small gray leaves.
This is a double hellebore from Marietta and Ernie. The golden yellow flowers have pink highlights.
Has soft yellow pink flowers that are just as pretty on the outside of the flowers as the inside.
Pinky-purple flowers that are beautiful doubles.
This lovely deep black purple flowers in spring. These single hellebores are superb with cyclamen coum, galianthus, etc.
Has deep blue-black flowers in January-March. The single flowers are quite striking.
Has single rich pink flowers that have lovely centers, like extra tiny petals.
This has the most beautiful soft pink double flowers. This hellebore has glorious color and form.
Has white petals with great amounts of purple spots in the center of the flower. The double flowers are really striking in February and March.
This is the darkest black blue of the O'Byrne's hellebore hybrids. The flowers are double and create quite a display.
This is a double white with rich red margins. When people see the plant they can’t help but buy it.
We haven't had the stinking hellebore for years. Only stinks when enclosed. The deep green birds foot foliage is nice but add purple petioles to the leaves and chartreuse flowers and this is a great garden plant.
These are wonderful deep golden yellow double hellebores that will mostly be unspotted.
Single golden yellow flowers. Some of the plants will have purple spots or streaks.
These are mixed seedling plants. Flowers can be purple, pink, white, and some yellow. We don't color sort so we just pick the best plants and if you order several you will get a range of colors when in bloom.
This has rich green flowers with some purple markings.
Very deep dark purples to black. Flowers are fully double. WOW!
At first I wasn't too interested in the painted flowers but am more intrigued now. This spring, the white flowers had rich purple spots.
This has single white to pink flowers with a pink rim around the petals.
Has rich red double flowers. The colors are bright and lovely in February-April.
Is a double white with rich pink margins on all the flowers.
Very rich ruby pink purple single flowers on lovely evergreen plants.
This double hellebore is snow white. We have seen double H. niger, but this is a much more garden worthy plant.
We received these plants from Ernie and Marietta (see Helleborus Winter Jewels). This form has pretty deep green leaves with nice splashed pink and white.
Glorious!! We saw H. 'Sunflare' for the first time when Ernie and Marietta asked us to send several plants to photograph. The yellow double flowers have a beautiful red margin on the edge of the flowers. I don't know how many we will sell, but [...]
Has either snow white single flowers or some purple around the stamens. Some plants have petloids in the center.
We saw this plant last year and were so taken with its red purple foliage. We actually bought 20 plants. They were gone in a week. We hope we have enough of the vibrant heuchera.
This is a tough evergreen vine that will grow in shade (fairly deep shade) or full sun. There are no holdfasts so must be tied for support. Strange little purple flowers in spring are sweetly fragrant. Extra shipping.
Huge golden yellow leaves will get 3'-4' across. One of the few hostas that aren't decimated with slugs and snails. Spectacular tropical looking all summer.
This species from China will make a large shrub (10'x10') in time. The narrow fuzzy leaves are dark green. In early summer the plant is covered with lavender lace cap flowers.
This mophead has the most unusual flowers that are thickened like leather. The flowers can be pink or blue and are large in July.
This is a truly great hydrangea! Our 3 plants are 8' across as a group and 2' tall. The deep green leaves are a nice backdrop for the massive amount of blue lace cap flowers. In fall, the foliage turns luscious purple.
Didn't sell until we got some 2 gallons blooming. At plant sales, they flew off the tables. The white lace cap flowers bloom in June and are lovely.
This is a paniculata variety that has white foliage with deep green blotches. The overall effect is of a white foliaged hydrangea. Flowers white in July-August.
This is a variegated climbing hydrangea. The foliage comes out white and turns green as the season progresses. The new foliage is attractive against the older green leaves.
The original plant at Jane Platt's garden was a very small deciduous vine.
This evergreen climbing hydrangea has glossy green leaves throughout the year. The white lace cap flowers appear in early summer.
We liked this new hydrangea immediately. The low mop head has green and pink flowers in July.
This moderate sized (4’-5’) hydrangea has varying colored flowers. A single plant can have pink, blue and lavender flowers all summer.
This is one of the oak leaf hydrangeas that opens its flowers white and changes to a rosy pink. This long season plant will have flowers summer-fall, then beautiful fall foliage late in the season.
Still one of the finest of the oak leaf hydrangeas. The large white flowers appear in July and eventually turn tan in fall. The fall foliage is purple, red and yellow. The bark peels in the large stems.
This has light blue lace cap flowers in summer. The 2’-3’ shrub will be covered with the pretty flowers.
This is a low grower 2’x 2’ with attractive blue lace cap flowers in summer.
Everyone seems to be looking for vertical plants that are evergreen, but not coniferus. Our original plants are 8' tall by 1' wide.
A small (2'-3') mounding holly with small golden yellow leaves year round. Will grow 2” per year.
Tiny little holly with deep green toothed foliage. A 10 year old plant will be 6”-8” tall and wide. The fruit are dark red in fall.
An anise shrub that has dark evergreen leaves. The flowers are white tinged pink in April. This hardy shrub is subtle but beautiful year round.
This pea relative has deep green leaves and vibrant pink pea-shaped flowers in June. Plants will get 2'x3' and makes a pretty shrub for the front of the border.
Beautiful 2' plants this year. This slow growing juniper has gray green needles and form a tight upright grower. In good soil will become 6'-8' in many years. Extra shipping.
As the name says, J. horizontalis is flat growing to 2-3" x 18" across. Wants full sun and good drainage to get the best blue green color.
This has been in cultivation for a long time. The red buds open to rich pink flowers. The deep green leaves are a wonderful backdrop to the flowers.
This is a rich pink mountain laurel from Florida. This variety should do great in southern gardens as it's believed to be the only kalmia found that far south.
This beautiful perennial comes from Korea. This shade lover has light green leaves that are somewhat like maple leaves. In August, the plants will cover themselves with thickened yellow shuttlecock like flowers.
This is a small ground hugging deciduous conifer. This larch will have rich green foliage in summer then in fall it will turn a beautiful golden yellow.
We listed L. 'Curly Red' last year, but only had a few available. As the name says the foliage is dark green with red highlights. In the winter, the evergreen leaves turn lustrous purple.
This pieris relative is a slow growing evergreen shrub. The small (2') shrub has bronze new growth and dark green waxy foliage on arching stems. The white flowers are typical of most leucothoe species.
This 5-6' shrub has 3" long leaves splashed with golden yellow and pink. The stems are deep purple red. Flowers are white racemes similar to Pieris japonica. Our plant grows in full sun, but probably best in the shade.
Has deep evergreen leaves. The new growth (spring-fall) is vibrant red purple. The leaves are very glossy on a 2'x 2' shrub for the shade garden.
This is a totally columnar sweet gum. The original tree was found by Don Shadow in TN. have seen 20' trees that are 2' wide. Makes quite a focal point. Only a few available.
This pretty little shrublet has small gold leaves. The evergreen plant will get 12"x18". The bright golden leaves will cascade somewhat next to a wall. Needs some afternoon shade.
An 18" shrublet with tiny green to goldish foliage. Several year old plants will only be 12"x 12". L. nitida 'Twiggy' looks like a very tiny version of L. 'Baggesens Gold', but much smaller.
Winter Beauty is a winter blooming honeysuckle. Our plants start sporadically blooming in December and continue until March. The white flowers are fairly small, but cover the bare (deciduous) stems. The flowers have a sweet fragrance. In summe [...]
This English hybrid is a cross of M. denudata and M. sargentiana 'Robusta'. Seems brighter pink than M. 'Marjory Gossler', which is the same hybrid.
Has rich pink,-purple flowers on a 30' tree. The tepals are some what pointed. M. Apollo will bloom as a very young plant and in time will cover itself with great amounts of flowers. Extra shipping
This New Zealand hybrid has rich purple pink flowers in March. The flowers are moderate size but are produced in great numbers.
This Phil Savage hybrid can have huge pink white flowers. Young vigorous plants can have 9” flowers. Very hardy. Extra shipping
Is the first Magnolia to bloom. Usually in late February. The small white flowers seem to miss the frost many years. This is a mass effect bloom. The flowers are small, but appear by the hundreds. Extra shipping
('M Vulcan x M. 'Iolanthe') One of the darkest of all magnolia hybrids. This Mark Jury hybrid from New Zealand will get 30-40' tall fairly quickly. The black-purple flowers are a tulip shape and appear in March. Extra shipping
(M. 'Caerhays Belle' x M. 'Yellow Bird'). Looks similar to M 'Caerhays Belle,' but is much hardier and narrow growing. This superb plant from Dennis Ledvina, Green Bay, WI, is a step forward for more northerly growers. Extra shipping
We got our original scion wood from Dr. Corbin's garden in Portland. This large growing hybrid is very vigorous. The flowers are 10-12" across and the richest pink purple. The color is truly striking in March. Extra shipping
This is a Phil Savage hybrid, so it has to be wonderful. Phil would only name his very best magnolias. If they had problems, they were eliminated. M.'Butterflies' has small (3-4") rich golden flowers covering the bare branches in March. Extra [...]
After 40 years of growing this glorious tree, it's still one of our favorites. The 24" plants will be 10-12' in 3 or 4 years and will bloom as a 3-4 year old plant with amazing pink flowers 10"-12" across. The plant will be covered with the la [...]
This has rich pink purple flowers in March. The plant and flowers look very much like M. 'Caerhays Belle' but are deeper pink. Truly beautiful. The flowers are similar to M 'Caerhay's Belle', but are deep glowing purple pink. Rarely offered i [...]
Perhaps the most amazing of all magnolias. The deep purple pink flowers are truly stunning. Our tree is 30' and when in bloom there is nothing like it. The blooms are 8"- 10" cup and saucer shape. Please only try this glorious plant along the [...]
This large tree has huge white flowers in March. We got our scions from Ray Schriener's garden and can't wait to see our plant bloom. the leaves are among the largest of any magnolia.
Our own selection of M. dawsoniana We got our plant from the Clarke Nursery in San Jose, California in the late 50's. This is by far the best of the M. dawsoniana cultivars as it has thousands of lovely, pink 6" flowers that look somehat like [...]
This rich pink magnolia has a lovely peachy orange flush. Truly a different color to add to the garden.
This is always one of our favorite magnolias. The flowers are such a perfect form. Each flower looks like it was painted in Chinese porcelain, which it was. The creamy white flowers are carried in great abundance. The mature form of the tree i [...]
This form of M. denudata has a purple stripe down the outside of the white tepals.
We are still amazed at the sales of this yellow magnolia. We have sold M. 'Elizabeth' for 40+ years. This is still one of the finest of any yellow magnolia. Extra shipping
M. denudata x M. stellata ‘Waterlily’. This plant looks similar to M. denudata but has many more tepals. The flowers have a slight pink blush when they open.
A WOW PLANT! M. ‘Felix’ has large (10”) flowers that are a rich pink without any purple. The tepals are somewhat crimped and of very heavy substance. Our neighbor’s 6’ plant had 10 flowers this spring. Fast growing and blooming young. This is [...]
This Frank Gaylon hybrid has very dark red purple flowers 8" across. The deep flower color outside the tepals is contrasted with the rich pink inside the tepals. Only 10 available. Extra shipping
This superb National Arboretum hybrid is a rough, tough plant. It will take heavy clay, grow in parking strips and dry areas once established. Our mature (25 year) plant is 25-30' tall. The purple flowers over the plant in late March. Very ada [...]
We initially got M.’Genie’ because it was a small grower (10’x4’ over 10 years). But we were amazed at how rich the flower color is. The flowers have rounded tepals and beautiful purple reddish color. Extra shipping
This is a smaller growing m. grandiflora that is much hardier than M. g. ‘Little Gem’. We have given up on growing M. ‘Little Gem’ as it continues to grow into fall, then gets frozen. M. g ‘Brackens Brown Beauty stops growing in fall. So, seem [...]
This plant came from New Jersey. The larger size plant is handsome and very hardy (-20° F). The leaves are narrow and have subtle indumentums. This is a tried and tested magnolia grandiflora.
This is a 20'x8'-10' wide evergreen magnolia. The foliage is smaller than the usual M. grandiflora but still has the glossy and rich brown indumentums. The flowers are 8" across and bloom most of the summer in Oregon.
This is a kobus type of flower. The flowers are simple 3"- 4" with white tepals. The flowers smell of grape bubble gum.
Large, rich pink flowers are truly glorious. The plant and flowers look like M. 'Caerhays belle' but are darker rich pink. Our plant is 30'x10' after 30 years. Extra shipping
This New Zealand hybrid has large tulip shaped flowers that are glowing yellow. We saw pictures and instantly wanted to own this plant. Extra shipping
This is a big tree (60') in our garden. The large (18") leaves make a tropical effect. But has been hardy to -12°. Grafted on M. tripelala, the flowers are creamy white and 6" across in May-June. They have a wonderful tropical fruit scent.
One of the first of the New Zealand hybrid magnolias. M. 'Iolanthe' is a campbelli hybrid, but it will bloom at 2-3' tall. The white flowers have a pink blush to them in March. Will grow 2-3 feet per year when young.
This is the same hybrid as M. 'Caerhays Belle' but is a much darker pink purple than M. 'Caerhays Belle'. Our plant hasn't flowered yet but pictures are wonderful.
M. sinensis x M. 'Wilsoni'. The flowers are 6" white with maroon stamens. Very limited. One per customer.
This is a Brooklyn Botanical Garden hybrid. The flowers are yellow and have a purple base to the tepals. When we had this plant two years ago they sold out quickly. So order early. Extra shipping
This is a large upright tree that is super hardy. It seems to do best in colder areas. Don't recommend for California or the south. The 6" white flowers have narrow pointed tepals. Makes an amazing show with thousands of flowers.
A very old hybrid from Italy. One of the earliest hybrid magnolias. The 6" flowers are dark purple and are bowl shaped. Still an attractive plant after all these years.
We didn't think much of the hybrid to begin with but now think it's wonderful. Our 30' tree is fairly narrow but has many branches that are horizontal. The pink stellata shaped flowers literally weigh down the tree in March. These are gorgeous [...]
We have a small number of these plants again. Our original plant came from Joe McDaniel back in '72. The plant is now 12x12' and blooms for months. The main bloom of deep purple flowers is in April with a scattering of flowers through the summ [...]
(M. loebneri 'Dr. Merrill') – Came from the Arnold Arboretum decades ago. We even had this plant in our catalog 50 years ago. Doesn’t seem to be in the nursery trade anymore. The tree is an upright grower to 25-30' with white flowers that are [...]
This is a Joe McDaniel selection. The flowers look like a large M. stellata and are sparkling white. The hundreds of flowers cover our 20' tree each March.
The largest leafed American tree. We have had 3' leaves on young plants. This is a big (50') tree of great presence. M. 'Macrophylla' will not be ignored in any garden. Our original plant wasn't hurt by -12 F. The flowers are 12-15" across in [...]
This Gresham hybrid has large white flowers. The tepals are broad with a light purple blush.
This has a shrubby tree like form. The flowers are deep rich purple in late March. Only a few available.
(M. sargentiana 'Blood Mood' x denudata). We sent pollen to Phil Savage and he sent back scion-wood. This plant makes a large 40' tree. The flowers have a pink blush to begin, but quickly turn white. Very hardy even in Detroit. It was a great [...]
When we went to the magnolia convention in Switzerland (early 90’s), I ordered 40 different magnolias from Otto Eisenhut and got all we ordered (Wow!) All lived except M. ‘Mighty Mouse’. I finally found a plant and we have had it grafted. Very [...]
Very similar to the Kosar Devos hybrids in size and flower. The large shrub (12' after 40 years) has painted tepals that are mid purple in late March-April.
From Palisade, CO. which is 4700' elevation. It is said to bloom consistently at that elevation in the Rockies. The flowers are pink-purple and seems to be very hardy. Extra shipping
For many years this hybrid is one of the finest of all magnolias in our garden. The 10-12" flowers are a soft pink and even though there aren't as many flowers on the plant as other hybrids, they are very beautiful. Extra shipping
This Gresham hybrid of M liliflora 'Nigra' x M. veitchii has white flowers with a rich pink flush to the base of the tepals.
This Gresham hybrid has large white flowers in March. The tree will get to 30’+. We are happy to have this plant in stock again. Named for our friend Phelan Bright, Hammond, Louisiana. Extra shipping
(Wada's Picture). This soulangeana came from K. Wada is the largest of any M. soulangeana. We got our plant from Treseder's in England during the 1960's. There is a 30' M. 'Picture' in Hendricks Park. We just didn't know what the big tree was.
This is a M. capbellii hybrid that blooms young. Our plant has multiple flowers after 4-5 years. The flowers are a rich light pink. Our plant was damaged by 0°F, but came back strong.
This hybrid is one of Dennis Ledvina's hybrids of M. accuminata x M. ‘Big Dude’. This wiseneri hardy magnolia has rich red purple outside the tepals and white inside the tepals.
Our original plant is 20+' tall after 40 years. This upright grower has small dark green leaves. The white 3-4" flowers are each beautiful in their own right. The pointed tepals and pink rimmed stamens are pretty. The plant is also a mass disp [...]
Very similar to M. sal. 'Elsie Frye'. The big difference is the stamens are showier. Came to us through Ernie Iufer (Ufer). A lovely tree for the smaller garden. Extra shipping
Named for an opera, this form was growing in Strybing Arboretum(San Francisco Botanical Garden). The flowers are A rich, clear pink and are 8-10' across. A very beautiful Magnolia. Extra shipping
We received our original plant from Jane Platt in about 1970. This glorious huge pink flowering magnolia seems a little bit hardier than M. campbellii. One spring our tree was amazing because the 30' plant had about 200 lovely light pink bloom [...]
Our upright tree is now 25' x 15' and has rich purple flowers in late March. Fast growing with lots of flowers.
This plant is from a batch of magnolia sieboldii comes this new cultivar. The tree is much more vertical than M. sieboldii and the stamens seem larger and showier than M. sieboldii.
This small grower looks like sieboldii but blooms in a more concentrated season than M. Sieboldii. We got our original plant from Ernie Iufer in the early 60's. Extra shipping
Our own named plant. Not named by the Leonard Coates Nursery in California. We got the plant in the 70's as probably a seedling of M. 'Rustica Rubra'. The flowers are much heavier produced and have a brighter purple pink center.
The sister seedling to M. 'Galaxy'. M. Spectrum is a much larger and broader plant than M. 'Galaxy'. The flowers are larger and are a richer deeper color.
We haven't had this soulangiana for many years. Our plant is 40+ years old and 30'x15' and literally cascades with the small (4") creamy white flowers. This will make a spectacular plant for any garden. Extra shipping
Our original tree planted in the 1950's is very consistent year to year. The deep pink 8" flowers cover the plant. In late summer, the 6"-8" contorted pink pods hang from the tree and the pileated woodpecker spends a couple weeks harvesting th [...]
This is a truly great magnolia. The rich purple flowers have pointed tepals with an upright form. The upright tree not only has large crops of beautiful flowers, but has attractive dark green foliage
Similar to M. s ‘Jane Platt’ but flowers are smaller and a lighter color than M. s ‘Jane Platt’. We haven’t offered it before and don’t have a large supply.
This has greenish tinges on the white typical stellata flowers. We got our plant many years ago from Henderson Experimental gardens, Fresno, CA.
Came to us on one of the Duncan & Davis shipments in the 90's. This light pink stellata is very attractive each spring. Hasn't been offered in many years. Extra shipping
One of the finest plants we've ever found. We named this glorious plant for our friend and mentor back in the 80's. This star magnolia can have 60 tepals that are a pretty light pink. We are thrilled that M. 'Jane Platt' received an Award of G [...]
Eventually a 30' tree. (M. 'Pink Royalty' x M. 'Daybreak'). This pink and peachy colored flower will look like pinwheels as they mature. Extra shipping
The best of the Kosar-DeVos hybrids! We have grown this group since the early 70’s. The rich purple flowers cover the plant for at least a month in April. This is a hardy plant that stays small (12’-14’) and has pretty flowers. What more can a [...]
The first named magnolia hybrid is a cross of M. virginiana and M. tripetala. Our original plant is 25' tall and was planted in the 50's. The lemon scented flowers appear in May-July. Extra shipping
This hybrid of M. Denudata x M. Campbellii bloms young like M. Denudata, but has a larger pink flower. This older hybrid is still very attractive in our garden after 40 years.
This is a purple flowering M. soulangeana. The tree will get to 30'x20' in time and is covered every spring with thousands of 4"-6" flowers.
Not totally dwarf, but small (10’-12’). Interestingly, we can root cuttings of this plant, but haven’t had any luck with the other M. virginiana cultivars. The leaves are 2”x1/2” and flowers are 1” across with a pleasant lemon fragrance. [...]
Comes from seedlngs from Joe McDaniel sent to Don Shadow from Tennessee. This great evergreen tree will get 25'x15'. We sell many plants of M. virginiana in the Willamette Valley because of the wet soils. M. virginiana does very well in wet ar [...]
An incredible glowing red-purple. The first blooms will be an odd purple and we worried it wasn't the correct plant, but it changed drastically with age. Hardy to probably 0° F. The flowers can be up to 12" across in March.
This is a very large flowered soulangiana type magnolia. The 8”-10” flowers are bowl shaped in March-April.
Hybridized by Joe McDaniel using M. acuminata and M. lilifora. This magnolia is interesting (weird) in that it is purple, green and yellow all in the same flower. Not Roger's favorite, but Marj and many others think it's attractive. Extra shi [...]
This west coast hybrid has large sprays of fragrant yellow flowers. Any of the mahonias are wonderful large shrubs.
One of the M. media hybrids (japonica x lomarifolia). One of our finest winter, actually year round, shrubs. The evergreen foliage gets up to 18” long and 12” wide. Our big plants of the media hybrids are 12’ tall and make an architectural [...]
This is one of the English hybrid mahonias. In more shade the leaves get much larger and more architectural. Flowers are yellow clusters in January followed by purple blue fruit that the cedar waxwings come to devour.
This is a larger plant than the species. This bold plant is lovely especially in spring when the upright vase-shaped fronds appear.
This is a 6'- 8' rounded shrub with fine textured foliage. The new growth is creamy white changing to light green. In fall, the foliage turns beautiful yellow. Nursery only.
Bonfire will get to 3’ tall. The new foliage is rich purple and turns mid green as it ages. In the containers the purple growth has held through the summer. Much more garden adapted at 3’ not like the species at 8’ plus.
This 2'-3' shrub has deep red purple new growth most of the summer. The evergreen foliage is a standout all year.
Nandinas are used all over the west and south as an easy, utilitarian plant. The difference here is the size and texture. N. d. ‘Filimentosa’ will get to 18”. The evergreen leaves are thread like and thin.
Named for English gardener Collingwood Ingram (of flowering cherry fame). This low growing perennial gets up to 1' tall in bloom with small brilliant blue flowers. In early March-April O. 'Charry Ingram' is a perfect companion for Corylopsis p [...]
Nana is the dwarf lilyturf. This 2” cutie has evergreen narrow grass like leaves. Nice among stepping stones or between rocks.
Black Mondo Grass. The black color is actually a sunburn of maximum proportions. It will be green, if put in full shade. Ophiopogon nigrescens is a low growing grassy looking plant. It is great with cyclamen or snowdrops for a great contrast. [...]
Has creamy yellow orange flowers in November. The flowers are small, but incredibly fragrant in November. The small of Apricots is intoxicating. The plant is evergreen and can get 12-15' tall.
This hybrid blooms in spring with amazing white small flowers covering the shrub. It will get 4’-6’ in time and is a real showstopper each spring.
A very thick upright osmanthus with deep green leaves. Our original 30 year old tree is 3'x2' and very full and bushy.
We never seem to have enough of this evergreen shrub. O. 'San Jose' gets to 15' and is an upright grower. Has been hardy to -12° F. here. The evergreen leaves are holly-like, but don't have sharp points like the holly. The tiny whitish flowers [...]
This evergreen shrub grows 4'-5' tall and wide in time. The foliage is holly like and is marbled with yellow on a dark green background.
Jim Porter will get 12-14’ tall with broad deeply toothed spiny foliage. The deep green leaves are very attractive. In November, the small flowers will smell of apricots.
Has golden holly-like leaves throught the year. Our plant sulked until the magnolia overhead grew. Seems to do best in shade as the color will be best and the plant will thrive.
This will make a 6' x 6' shrub with deep green foliage year round. In spring and early summer (through July) the new foliage is deep purple.
This 4' mounding evergreen is a tough irregular shrub. The foliage is rounded and perhaps 1" long. The foliage is deep green.
O. 'Sasaba' is an outstanding plant. The sharply pointed evergreen leaves look somewhat like a small bamboo. We have seen 5-6' upright shrubs of O.'Sasaba' at Brookside Gardens, MD and were very impressed. The plants we are offering are 3 year [...]
Sour Wood is an eastern species. The ericacins plant forms a moderate tree in time. The plant was planted next to my hour in 1981 and is now 25'x8'. In summer long chains of flowers hang down like pieris flowers. In fall, the leaves turn blazi [...]
This plant looks very much like P. ludlowii var 'Lutea', but rather than the brilliant yellow flowers, but rather than the brilliant yellow flowers P. delavayii will have deep maroon flowers. The 6-8' shrub will have multiple trunks and specta [...]
This tree peony has single golden yellow flowers. The plant can get to 8' tall in 20 years. The foliage is typical tree peony form but is longer and narrow. These plants are seedlings so may take 2-3 years to bloom but will have uniform gold, [...]
This Boston ivy came from Boston. Peter del Tredeci found a yellow foliage on the Wall of Fenway Park. The golden foliage is interesting as there are 2"x 2" leaves and 1/4" x 1/4" leaves. Vigorous, but not rampant. Our plant is 10' tall on lat [...]
This is a silver and green foliaged vine. The underside of the leaves are deep purple. In fall, the leaves turn wonderful red.
The more I see the P. amplexicaulis cultivars the more I enjoy them. This new cultivar is a 3'x 3' all summer bloomer with mauve to red flowers. A great cut flower.
This knotweed is very pretty most of the summer. Makes a nice clump of foliage and has orangish red flowers.
Came to us from Phillip Curtis Nursery back in the 80's. This plant has been lovely. In May-June the white flowers have a lavender purple center. Very fragrant.
The golden mock orange has small white flowers in June. The golden foliage is a great focal point for the shrub border.
The first offering in the U.S. of this pretty mock orange. Small white flowers have a purple center. Thank you Glen Withy and Charles Price for the cuttings. Very Limited.
Very limited. I have looked for this plant for 30 years. I would see them in wholesale nurseries but they were building stock. This fabulous phormium is large 6’-8’ and has red and purple foliage. Perhaps the most striking of all the phormiums [...]
This Hart's tongue fern has pointed undivided fronds. The glossy foliage has pretty buttonhole spores on the underside of the fronds. We have this fern under our mist bench in the greenhouse.
This strongly weeping spruce will need a stake to keep an upright form. The plant named by Robert Fincham has golden needles and will need afternoon shade so it doesn’t burn.
This fun small plant has the cutest pink-purple cones even on young plants. The little cones will turn tan through the rest of the season. This arching plant makes a nice container plant for the garden.
Pixie Dust is an extremely small dense growing Alberta spruce. This plant comes from Iseli Nursery, Boring Or. Will only get to 18” in many years.
Eventually 10’-12’ tall. This mid green spruce will have a layered form. A really pretty specimen plant.
This is a dwarf golden spruce from Asia. The small plant will be golden, especially in spring.
This golden needled spruce creates a moderate sized evergreen tree. We have seen 15-20' trees. The needles are short and cover the branches. Best color in winter.
This 10’x3’ spruce will form a narrow upright light green conifer. Found by Van Speybrock Nursery, OR.
Was a witches broom on Picea 'Fat Albert', an upright form. This rounded shrub stays small and doesn't form a leader. If you want a blue spruce but don't have a huge garden, P. pungens 'Blue Pearl' is for you.
I just saw this plant in August at Talon Buchholz’s nursery and was amazed. The blue needles appear on a horizontal branch structure. The cones cover the plant even on small specimens. Only 5 plants available! Extra shipping
We have grown this unbelievable northwest native for 30 years. In spring-fall the needles are medium green. In October, as it cools, they turn a lovely golden yellow. The plant does better in a clay soil. Our tree has grown to 20' but we have [...]
This has a white lip with purple and yellow highlights. The narrow petals are soft purple.
This P. confusa hybrid has a soft lemon yellow flower. WOW! Very few available.
A vibrant purple flower in March with some orange markings on the lip.
This has vibrant purple pink around flowers in March-April. We find best to keep in pots and dry during winter. In spring, increase watering as new foliage and flowers appear. Keep moist all summer and slowly dry in fall (not parched).
This confer is one of the few that can be grown in lots of shade all the way to full sun. This upright plant has broad deep green needles. Great in large containers.
These plants came from Ernie and Marietta Obyrne (Northwest Garden Nursery). In spring, the leaves emerge with varying amounts of purple spots. The leaves will get to 12” across and will have maroon flowers and small apricot looking fruit in l [...]
An over the top foliage plant. This perennial has 6-12"rounded glossy deep green leaves all summer. In late spring the deep purple flowers appear under the huge foliage. By late summer the apricot shaped and colored fruit appear.
We have a small number of these pretty foliage plants. The leaves, especially in spring are green with spots all over. Makes a beautiful plant for the woodland.
This Christmas fern has bronze new growth in spring. The 1-2 ft. spreading evergreen does well in numerous climates. Sue Olsen in her superb book 'Garden Ferns' says P. arcrostichoides doesn't do well in the Northwest, but does well in colder [...]
This wildly occurring plant comes from Japan to eastern India. A hardy lustrous vase shaped fern, it's very hardy and easy growing.
Our native Sword Fern grows from Alaska to southern California. The plant is common in the woods, but is still a very handsome garden plant. The vase-Shaped plant will get 2'x2' an dis evergreen, but best cut back in February.
Asian Saber Fern- Is a hardy glossy evergreen fern. The narrow foliage is deep green and narrow. This plant is very tough and easy to grow in the woodland garden.
The tassel fern has a pretty glossy deep green frond on a plant 12"-18" tall. The unfolding croziers are interesting to watch each spring.
(Alaska Fern) But this is actually very British. The soft fronds are lacy and open showing the fine leaflets. Grow anywhere except brilliant sun. We have plants through our garden and always enjoy this elegant evergreen.
This plant is so fabulous that fern experts say when you see it, buy it. You may not see P. setiferum 'Bevis' again. This lovely evergreen fern has thin fronds that are curved at the apex.
This has glorious fronds that have curly-cues on the tips. The German selection is very handsome year round.
Our own layers of this superb fern. The fronds form fluffy layers of foliage. Some of our older plants are 18”x 18”. This is one of the finest ferns we grow. Not regularly available as it doesn’t grow from spores. It must be grown from layers. [...]
We did cuttings from our friend Diana’s garden. The fronds will get 18” tall and will divide multiple times making a pretty evergreen. This plant has broader leaflets, so it’s not like P. set. divislobum.
Contorted hardy citrus. This interesting (weird) shrub or small tree always draws comments. The deep green stems have 2” sharp, curved thorns. In spring, the white flowers smell like citrus. In summer, there will be small citrus fruit. A great [...]
Has beautiful silver foliage all summer. The flowers are rich sapphire blue.
Caesum is a small growing rhododendron from China. The lush green foliage is said to be somewhat deciduous, but our plant has held the foliage. The small flowers are yellow in March-April. Worth growing for the foliage alone.
Has cute pink arching bells of flowers each spring. The plant will get 18"x 18" and has dark green small leaves. We have always enjoyed R. campylogynum and it's nice to list one its varieties.
This small shrub has shiny deep green leaves. The indumentum is like R. yakushimanum, but the flowers are red bells.
Crane is one of the Cox hybrid rhododendrons from Scotland. Beautiful deep green leaves in a small 3-4’ shrub in many years. Said to be very hardy with lots of white flowers in early spring.
This red flowering shrub came originally from Seattle. The foliage is rich red all summer long.
We may finally have enough of this fabulous plant (200). This Cox hybrid from Scotland has dark red bell flowers in March. But wait, the foliage is dark purple in winter and dark purple green all summer. The indumentum under the leaves is deep [...]
This is a prostrate rhododendron with deep green leaves on a plant that might get to 4"-6" tall. Our 20-year old plant is 2"x3"x 12" across. The Rich red bells are beautiful but not heavily produced.
This is a hybrid with large white flowers in April. The truss will have only 3 or 4 flowers, but they are large and have a superb nutmeg scent. R. 'Fragrantissimum' isn't hardy here, but will do very well in a container to move inside during c [...]
This is a hybrid from Jim Barlup. The center of the floret is bright yellow and the rim of the flower is orange. One of the few yellow orange rhododendrons in our list.
This little cutie will get to 18”x 18” in many years. The leaves are ½” x ¼” so tiny deep green year round. The tiny purple trusses are perhaps 1” across. This plant was available in the 60’s-70’s in practically every nursery in the Northwest. [...]
This species has silvery coppery colored thin indumentum. The deep green leaves are very thick and it makes a pretty domed shaped plant.
Has lovely pink flowers in April-May. But it's the foliage, which is dark green with pleated veins, that makes it gorgeous. The indumentum is golden shiny.
When people see this fabulous foliage plant they never guess it's a rhododendron. This is possibly the most unusual rhododendron. The leaves are 1/4" wide x 3" long. In late spring the lavender flowers have the same form as the foliage.
We have grown this hybrid for several years. The broad leaves have light colored indumentum. The leaves are long and broad, somewhere between both parents. No flowers yet. But who cares when the foliage is this great?
A hybrid from the late Nolan Blansit's breeding. Rich orange with lighter orange centers. Vibrant bright color in the garden.
This is our native southern Oregon and western California native. It grows in seeps along the river. The white flowers have yellow and pink highlights in May. I enjoy the fragrance that is musty and slightly skunky (in a good way). We haven’t [...]
This is a R. yakusimanum hybrid and has soft pink to white flowers on a pretty foliaged shrub.
(R. hanceanum 'Nanum' x R. 'Yaku Fairy'). The Warren Berg hybrid is lovely bright yellow in early spring on a 12'- 18' evergreen schrub.
This R. racemosum hybrid is small growing (to 18"x12"). The soft pink flowers cover the plant in March-early April. The new growth is burnished purple.
(R. racemosum x R. 'Snipe'). This small grower from Peter Cox has a huge amount of vibrant pink flowers on a bushy 12"-18" shrub.
(PP 27,780) This extraordinary hardy evergreen rhododendron is a great landscape plant. This plant will grow in south facing sun. The foliage is deep green and will turn purple in the fall. The small lavender pink trusses cover the plant.
(edgeworthii x dendrocharis). This small open plant has huge pink blooms for the size of the plant. One of the Cox hybrids from Scotland. Said to be one of their best.
One of the most beautiful foliage plants we grow! Our oldest plant is about 25 year old and is 4' x 2'. The flowers are apple blossom pink. After the flowers, the new foliage has beautiful silver tomentum through the summer. The deep green lea [...]
This is one of the Cox hybrids from Scotland. We first saw this pretty small plant at Rhodoland, Vida, OR in the late ‘60’s. The plant will probably get 12”x12” and has white flowers.
Racemosum Wright is an upright plant (4-5' in time). The stems are deep purple year round. The foliage is dark green. In late March the small rich pink flowers cover the plants head to toe. If the plant thins out, just cut down to 6" afte [...]
Sargentianum is a very small (12”) rhododendron species from China. The small leaves and plant are a great backdrop to the cream to light yellow flowers. Rarely available. Used to be more available. Good to see it again.
R. yakusimanum hybrid. The silver foliage is a highlight in spring. Later in summer the narrow leaves turn deep green. The flowers are white with pink shadings. Extra shipping
This is a wonderful variegated green and gold. This is an exciting foliage plant year round.
Rarely offered. This plant has typical creamy yellow flowers in April. The difference is the margins of the leaves are creamy yellow contrasting with the deep green leaves.
We like the plant not the name. Our plant is 2' x 3' and gets the best from both parents. The foliage is truly outstanding year round. Plants don't get much better than R. 'Yac Pac'.
This will eventually get to a fairly large plant (6’x 8’). The plant covers itself with pink flowers in April. The foliage is large (for R. yakushimanum) and fairly wide. Lovely.
This has pretty tanish indumentum and deeply veined leaves. By late summer the leaves will turn deep green. Flowers will be light pink-white.
The golden leafed black locust has brilliant yellow foliage all summer with no green at the center of the tree. This year we have 1'-2' plants which will be great to ship. R. 'Frisia' grows 4-6 feet per year.
This has dark purple new growth in spring turning green in summer. R. 'Bronze Form' will eventually get 3-4' across and 1 1/2' tall.
This has deeply veined leaves that get 18” tall and make a pretty patch of foliage in the woodland garden. The flowers are a range of pink in June. We leave the faded flower stalks all winter as they are very handsome.
A fairly large leafed perennial. In spring, the leaves have purple tints. Late spring, the 2” white flowers make a nice show. In fall, R. ‘Rotlaub’ turns lovely yellow.
When I went to Sissinghurst in 1989, this stunner was in full glory with its 3” hips in September. The plant was in the purple pink border and was such a showstopper. I vowed to find it. Finally, at Berkeley Horticultural Nursery, I found a pl [...]
The wing thorn rose has glorious red thorns that the sun will shine through. We let our plants grow a year then cut down to 1'. That way we get the biggest red thorns each year. White flowers are small (1") but don't appear when cut back each [...]
This black berry (don't be put off!) makes a wonderful evergreen carpet. Have seen beautiful banks covered with R. 'Emerald Carpet'. The leaves are deeply veined evergreen and the flowers are white. In early summer, the yellow fruit are tasty [...]
This is one of Cherry Ingram’s great plants. This hybrid blackberry has no fruit (its sterile), no thorns and non-running. The shrub will get 10’ tall and be covered with 2” white flowers in late spring. This attractive woodland plant makes a [...]
This willow has brilliant glowing red orange stems in winter. If left alone, this plant will get 30’. We cut our plant down to 4’ every winter. The fast growing stems make a warm winter show.
One of the smallest shrublets we grow. Our 8 year old plant 6”x 3”. This cute plant has ¼” oval foliage that is deep green with deep veins. We only recommend in a container or small rock garden. These plants are only 8” tall. Extraordinary. [...]
Fargessi is a shrubby willow that has large deep green leaves all summer. The stems are mahogany colored in winter makes an unusual but a handsome plant.
This willow has large oval deep green leaves. The plant is prostrate and will get 10”-12” tall and 36” across. Makes an interesting ground cover. Full sun or semi shade. Catkins are upright in early spring.
This is a blackish purple cut-leafed elderberry. The pink flowers in June are really nice combined with the deep purple foliage.
This is a columnar elderberry with black purple leves. Our plant is 6'x1' after 2 years.
Similar to S. 'Black Tower' but bright golden yellow foliage. Great for a pop of color in a narrow place.
This is a smaller growing perennial to 18”. The 2” purple flowers appear in June and are attractive into fall.
This is a great shrub to 12”. The glossy leaves are narrow and deep green year round. This spreading shrub will bloom in January-February and has wonderful sweet scent.
Oregon Sunset is one of our discoveries. Back in the 1980’s in the middle of our patch of S. Mrs. Haggarty a red flowered plant appeared. We named it S. ‘Oregon Sunset’. The plant is vigorous to 18” and has vibrant red flowers In August-Octobe [...]
This South African bulb has pretty very light pink white flowers in fall. They usually bloom September-November.
The white flowers appear in August and continue through fall.
This has bright pink flowers on 18 inch stems late August - November.
Only a few available. This large evergreen shrub has fantastic glossy divided leaves. Our plant is now 3' x 4'and is mostly foliage. Has been hardy here for 5- 6 years. Makes a spectacular foliage plant for afternoon shade.
The umbrella pine. These seedlings or cuttings will make a nice evergreen tree. These are a good alternative for the more expensive cultivars.
Deep green needles are shorter and broader than S. verticilliata. Seems to be slower growing than the species.
This is a glorious low growing redwood. I know of 2 beautiful plants in south Eugene. Both are slightly weeping over a wall. We haven't had any vertical growths like some of the other redwood.
Spike winter tail.- This unusual plant has long spiky soft yellow flowers in spring. We have taken awhile to site correctly to protect. Have seen large 12’ x 15’ plants in Portland. The flower stems are very stiff so if they are turned upside [...]
We take cuttings every year but only a few root. Not difficult once rooted. This large shrub has beautiful variegated leaves that are mid- green with yellow margins.
We look at this plant strictly for its narrow (long leaves). Our plant in the garden has 6" long and 1/2" wide leaves on an irregular open plant. The flowers are four inch spikes of yellow in early spring.
Our southeastern native stewartia. The 2” white flowers appear in May-June. The flowers have deep purple stamens making beautiful individual flowers on a 10-12’ open shrub. Very rare!
One of the most beautiful trees in our garden. S. monodelpha has incredible flaking, tan, orange bark. The dark green foliage turns brilliant orange, purple, red. Each plant of S. monadelpha has a different fall color. The flowers are small, w [...]
This is a small growing weeping form of S. monadelpha. The biggest plants we have seen are at Buchholz & Buchholz Nursery. They are 6'x6' and wonderful with the orangish shredding bark. Very few available. One per customer.
This stewartia is probably the finest for general cultivation. The bark flakes off like a sycamore and has patches of creamy gray, brown, and orange. The flowers are white and have orange stamens. The green foliage turns flaming crimson and ye [...]
This Polly Hill selection has very large white flowers in May-July'. The fall color is beautiful orange red yellow.
Comes to us from Crispin Silva. This narrow tree will probably be 20'x4' and has the typical white flowers in early summer. Fall color is mottled orange, red and yellow.
Guy Mitchum found this beautiful form of an already glorious tree. The deep green leaves have a silver sheen to them. These plants will create a real show stopper in the woodland garden. Flowers and bark are also lovely. Extra shipping.
Pillar Bella is a columnar form. The original 15 year old plant is 12'x3'. This plant makes a nice addition to the small garden. It is a narrow plant with some height. Flowers are similar size to S. pseudo. 'Ballet', but a much narrower tree. [...]
This amazing plant has a spattered cream color on a green leaf. We had plants several years ago. This plant is basically unavailable anywhere else. Very Limited!
The "beaked stewartia"--our plant came from Brian Mulligan in the 80's and is 30' x 14', The flowers are white in May and June followed by beautiful maroon seed pods. The fall color is dark red-purple. This plant is rare in China.
Stewartia ovata x S. koreana has everything going for it. This upright plant will have beautiful red fall color. The white flowers have reddish pink stamens in May-June. Seldom offered and not many available. Lovely!
Comes to us from Crispin Silva. He discovered this seedling 10-12 years ago. The original plant is 6'x2' and a full bushy plant. The flowers are typical S. sinensis and fall color is brilliant red-orange. This new Stewartia can be grown in ver [...]
When I first saw this plant it was immediate lust. In full sun the foliage is so dark purple it’s black. The flowers are stunning against the dark foliage. When grown in shade the foliage is more purplish.
We have had Styrax japonica 'Carillon' for many years and it's a beautiful small tree. The only problem is our 30-year old plant is 12' X 12'. So it takes up a lot of room in a small garden, however beautiful it is. This excellent plant will g [...]
This has pink typical styrax flowers in June, but it gets 4'-6' instead of 20 ft. as the species does. A wonderful new introduction. Extra shipping
Rhis is a dwarf weeping styrax japonica. This plant may only get 4' tall in time. The white flowers appear in May. Would make a fun container plant. Extra shipping.
The narrow foliage is ½ x 3” and is deep green. It will make a handsome shrub with striking foliage and small red flowers.
This lilac is absolutely beautiful. The normal size shrub will have purple flowers with a pretty lavender margin. This is one of the few lilacs we have listed.
This yew is as narrow as a beanpole. The 8' plant will get to 1' wide. The deep green needles on the upright plant makes quite a statement in the garden.
Rezek's Gold is an arching shrub with beautiful gold needles with a moderate size. A bright gold plant that can be a real focal point.
Similar to T. repens 'Aurea' but is brighter gold. This is a mounding form more horizontal than vertical.
The star jasmine has evergreen glossy foliage. This vine will cover itself with very soft pink, fragrant flowers. Extra shipping.
This has brilliant yellow orange and dark green leaves. Sounds weird but this star jasmine has yellow and green leaves year round. Then spring through summer the new growth will be orange copper color. A wonderful container plant as the foliag [...]
The windmill palm from China screams tropics but is hardy to 0°F or colder. Our mature 30’ plants have survived -12°F. These plants are seedlings from our hardy form.
Japanese wheel tree makes a beautiful small tree. This subtle plant has glossy deep green leaves. Hardier than we thought, as it grows well in New York. The small flowers are green clusters.
Our mountain hemlock from high in the Cascade Mountains. We don't see this plant until about 6000' feet. The mountain hemlock will be one of the last windblown trees at the tree line. The irregular stems are covered with gray green needles. Th [...]
Found on Mt. Rainier by Elsie Frye's (rhododendron, magnolia, etc., etc.) daughter and named for Elizabeth Frye. The plant will be broader than tall and has blue green needles. We only have a limited number available.
Cabernet Slash comes from V. ‘Toro’. It has deep purple growth when the foliage emerges. Through the summer, the leaves keep an attractive purple cast. Produces lots of medium size fruit in summer.
This handsome low growing shrub has blue green leaves all summer with deep veins. The plants will get to 18” all and 36” across. In fall, the evergreen leaves turn deep purple.
For years we have grown this superb plant for its blue foliage all spring-fall. In late fall (December) the orange, red and yellow fall color appears. During summer we get a month and half of sweet fruit. V.‘Sunshine Blue’ is cold hardy as wel [...]
By far the best of the winter flowering viburnums. This plant has the same parents as V. ‘Dawn’ but is drastically heavier flowering. The light pink flowers cover the 10’ shrub in February-March. Limited number this year.
Came to us from JC Raulston many years ago. The plant is upright growing (10’-12’) and 4’-5’ wide. This hardy evergreen plant has shiny foliage. Doesn’t need summer water here once established.
We still think this is the best of the pink V. tomentosum varieties. We got our original cuttings from Connie Hansen, Lincoln City, OR. The lovely pink flowers are backed by deep purple new foliage.
This evergreen viburnum gets 8’-10’ x 4’-5’ wide. The foliage is narrow with deep veins creating a nice upright evergreen.
This glossy foliaged evergreen makes a beautiful mound 4-5' tall. The leaves are narrow and are very deep green. Flowers are white followed by black fruit in fall.
Blooms non-stop from April until November. This University of British Columbia selection originally said to get 4’-6’ (Ha!). Our plant is 12’-14’. The white flowers are lace cap form and will last for weeks. Very hardy!
The Holly fern comes from northeast Asia, so it is very hardy and can thrive in rock garden conditions. This moderate-sized plant will give a different texture in the garden.
This is a large frond with very cut segments. This big fern makes quite a statement in the woodland garden.
This yucca has lots of gold on the foliage. So, from a distance, the plant looks golden. A very hardy perennial for full sun to semi shade.
This zenobia has dusty blue foliage all summer and fall. The foliage will change color to golds, orange and red in December and January. The flowers are white bells in June.