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Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'  Butterfly Weed

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Asclepias tubrosa Butterfly Weed

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Asclepias tubrosa

Asclepias incarnata  Swamp Milkweed

Attracts Butterflies

Asclepias incarnata

 

Lobelia x 'Sparkle Divine' Cardiinal Flower

Attracts ButterfliesLobelia 'Sparkle Divine'

Attracts ButterfliesAster tataricus 'Jindai'

 

 

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All Plants on this page are in Trade Quart Pots (Qt.) which are 1.68Pints (794 ml)

(Similar to a true nursery quart on top width and height, but tapered to a smaller bottom for lighter shipping.)

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Asarums or Hexastylis -- Gingers  There are some 70+- species of Asarums, mostly from northeast Asia.  Absolutely delightful plants and some of the Queens of the Spring woodland garden.

Wonderful plants for the woodland garden!  Luscious foliage!

 

$9.99 Qt.

New 3/7

 

Asarina procumbens       Hardy Chickabiddy       Zone: 6-10     

Asarina procumbensWe acquired this fabulous plant when we bought out a Rare Plant Nursery in 1999 as Asarina wislizenii but it was the far more fabulous HARDY A. procumbens.. It's a yellow blooming, furry, hardy, little rock garden plant that just blooms and blooms.  Great foliage, quite unusual.  This is a great, unknown, rare plant.   Survives in zone 6 in a whisky barrel!

Soil: Very well-drained         H: 2-3" W: 24"         B/M: Creamy yellow 5-7

 

$12.99 Qt.

 

 

Asarum caudatum    Western or British Columbia Wild Ginger     Z: 7-10    

Asarum caudatum    Western or British Columbia Wild GingerNative to the rich, moist forests of Western North America from southern California to British Columbia and east to Montana.  Delightful rust red blooms in April thru July which terminate in 3 long gracefully curved lobes occasionally shyly peaking out from behind kidney/heart shaped leaves.  This rhizomatous plant spreads forming beautiful colonies.  Leaves give off a ginger aroma when rubbed.  This one truly has an amazing, (repeat) amazing blooms. Note from Great Plant Picks: Be patient with newly planted Asarum; as with many perennials, it often takes a year for new plants to settle in and grow nicely.

Soil:  Humus rich, moist but well-drained          H: 3-6"  W: Indef.             B/M: Rust Red/4-7

US Native Plants

$13.99 Qt.

Asarum maximum 'Ling Ling'   Panda Face Ginger      Zone: 7B-9    

Asarum maximum 'Ling Ling'An amazing new US selection of the famed Panda Face Ginger which makes a stunning clump of big, lush, glossy, rich-green heart-shaped leaves to 7" with two silvery green blotches on either side of the center vein.  This show-stopper, whether in the garden in warmer zones or in a sun room container in colder areas, has 2" round velvety black flowers.  Each has a wide white band around the center.  Easy to grow.  Gorgeous 'Show Plant' for the cold greenhouse or cool room in your house!

Soil: Moist but well-drained, humus rich         H: 6-12"   W:              B/M: Black and White/4-5  

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$14.99 Qt.

Asarum splendens 'Quicksilver'      BIG LEAF Asian Hardy Ginger      Zone: 6-9        

Asarum splendens 'Quick Silver'      Ginger, Asian Hardy

Asarum splendens 'Quicksilver'      BIG LEAF Asian Hardy GingerWith silver mottling like the species, but with Ginormous (bigger than E-normous) deep green leaves with silver, it makes a striking groundcover or filler for woodland gardens.  Large 2" blooms are tucked shyly beneath the up to 7" long leaves.  Evergreen for the most part.  Vigorous.  Water deeply once a week (be consistent) to develop deep roots the first year.  Space 2-3' apart for groundcover, closer if you're impatient.  Control weeds with mulch until 'Quicksilver' takes control.

Soil: Consistently moist but well-drained         H: 6-12" W: indef.         B/M: Wine/ 4-5 

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

 

Monarch and BuddleiaAsclepias - Milkweeds - are the ONLY host plants for the Monarch Butterfly.  Butterflies can get Nectar from many plants but the the young caterpillars only eat Asclepias so-o-o-o-o, if you want Monarchs, it's great to buy Buddleias, etc. BUT you will never have Monarchs in quantity unless you plant Milkweeds for the 'Baby Butterflies'!  The female Butterflies prefer some Asclepias species over others (especially A. incarnata and A. incarnata 'Ice Ballet') but can use any Asclepias when necessary.  Asclepias are also Host plants for Queen and Soldier Butterflies. Butterfly Host Plant

$10.99 Qt.

 

Asclepias incarnata   Milkweed      Zone: 3-9     

Asclepias incarnataClusters of rose colored flowers begin to bloom on these native beauties in early summer. A useful, attractive plant for sunny borders, banks and meadows. Blossoms attract butterflies by the dozens and make nice cut flowers.  Our customer in PA says,

"I think you should rename it, Asclepias 'Guess who's coming for dinner' (monarch and red-banded hairstreak on lazyss A. incarnata) the plant was dripping with butterflies, and we stood on our sidewalk and watched them lay those eggs, one by one. It was a hot, windy, suburban corner, but if you plant it, apparently they will come."  Check out her photo at the above link!

Soil: Average to moist           H: 24-38" W: 24"           B/M: Deep rose pink/ 7-9   

US Native Plants

Butterfly Host Plant

$10.99 Qt.

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'   Milkweed     Zone: 3-9    

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'Clusters of white flowers begin to bloom on these native beauties in early summer. A useful, attractive plant for sunny borders, banks and meadows. Blossoms attract butterflies and make nice cut flowers.   A Butterfly Host Plant.

Soil: Average to moist           H: 24-38" W: 24"           B/M: White/ 7-9 

Butterfly Host Plant

$10.99 Qt.

Asclepias tuberosa     Butterfly Weed     Zone: 3-8    

Asclepias tuberosaOrange flowers, from mid-summer to autumn, are very attractive to butterflies. May be used in field flower drifts. Milkweed-type seed follicles are used in dried flower arrangements. Well-drained, average soil in full sun. Tap-rooted so don't move once planted. AHS 'Great Plants for American Gardens' & a Nebraska Statewide Arboretum GreatPlants®  Atypical Roots

Soil:  Most any          H: 24-36"  W: 12"          B/M:  Orange to red orange/ 7-9

US Native Plants

Butterfly Host Plant

$9.99 Qt.

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'     Butterfly Weed     Butterfly Weed     Zone: 3-8    

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'As above but with orange/yellow flowers.  Quite different, especially when bright red orange just won't do!  May be used in field flower drifts. Milkweed-type seed follicles are used in dried flower arrangements. Well-drained, average soil in full sun. Tap-rooted so don't move once planted.   Atypical Roots

Soil:  Most any          H: 24-36"  W: 12"          B/M:  Orangey yellow/ 7-9

Butterfly Host Plant

 

Asplenium platyneuron     Fern, Ebony Spleenwort      Listed on the Fern Page

US Native Plants

FIRE IN THE HOLE!   The Aster Genus has been exploded by Taxonomists!  

Yup!  Get ready to learn all new names!  The Old World Asters will continue to use the name Aster and the New World Asters (our Natives and most of what we sell) have  become Symphyotrichums We'll list them both ways until folks and Google can find them on our website under the new name.

Aster divaricatus and the cultivar A. divaricatus 'Eastern Star' are classified as

Eurybia divaricata and are now on the E Page

 

$13.99 Qt.

Aster ageratoides 'Ezo Murasaki'    Japanese or Asian Aster        Zone: 4-8         

Aster ageratoides 'Ezo Murasaki'    Japanese or Asian AsterFrom Japan, a mat-forming aster that produces purple starry flowers with yellow centers in starting in mid-summer.   This charmer likes some water - can develop powdery mildew but only if too dry.  A solid mat of blooms when flowering.  This is a strong growing, stoloniferous GROUND COVERING plant, less so in clay or shade!  VERY late blooming!

Soil:  Most any but dry    H: 24" W: Indef     B/M: Purple/9-11

Japanese Native

 

Butterflies, Butterfly

 

$9.99 Qt.

Aster tataricus      Tatarian Aster      Zone: 3-9    

Aster tataricusBack by popular demand -- the full size Tatarian Aster.  We thought everybody would want the smaller Jindai, but enough of you have requested the real deal, that we potted up some.  We never took the plant out of our garden -- we like it too much but we have room for a big, bold 6' tall plant that does spread some -- about or slightly less than a Bee Balm.  This and the 'dwarf' form below are hands down our longest blooming Aster and  amazing, fabulous plants!

Soil: Ave. to moist, fertile         H: 48-60" W: 24-48"         B/M: Blue purple/ 8-10+ 

Butterflies, Butterfly

$9.99 Qt.

Aster tataricus 'Jindai'      Dwarf Tatarian Aster   Zone: 3-9  

Aster tataricus 'Jindai'Don't miss the photo and further description (above link) to this AMAZING PLANT!

A shorter version of Tatarian Aster. Flower stalks feature 2" blue purple flowers, w/ yellow centers, in late summer. Flowers have curled petals which create quite a different effect from the most asters. Moderately spreading rhizome.  Selected as an AHS '75 Great American Garden Plants'.  Only 25 perennials were selected (plus 25 trees, 25 shrubs) and this was one!  Out of the thousands to choose from!  This is hands down our longest blooming Aster and an amazing, fabulous plant!

Soil: Ave. to moist, fertile         H: 36-48" W: 24-48"         B/M: Blue purple/ 8-10+ 

Butterflies, Butterfly

  The Native and/or new World Asters can be found as follows:  
 

The following are now on the E Page

     (Links after each name following are to the photo page to help re-train Google who 'learns' by following links!  

     And Google doesn't care if the font is small so this doesn't take up the entire page!)

Aster divaricatus  now Eurybia divaricatus (to new photo page)

Aster divaricatus 'Eastern Star' now Eurybia divaricatus 'Eastern Star' (to new photo page)

 

The following 'Asters' are now on the new Symphyotrichum Page

Aster carolinianus now Symphyotrichum carolinianum

Aster dumosus 'Alert'  now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Alert'

Aster dumosus 'Professor Kippenburg' now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Professor Kippenburg'

Aster dumosus 'Wood's Blue' now Symphyotrichum dumosum 'Wood's Blue' 

Aster dumosus 'Wood's Pink'  now Symphyotrichum dumosum 'Wood's Pink'

Aster dumosus 'Wood's Purple now Symphyotrichum dumosum 'Wood's Purple' 

Aster ericoides 'Snow Flurry' now Symphyotrichum ericoides 'Snow Flurry'

Aster laevis 'Bluebird' now  Symphyotrichum laeve 'Bluebird'

Aster laevis 'Kurt' now  Symphyotrichum laeve 'Kurt'

Aster lateriflorus 'Lady in Black' now Symphyotrichum lateriflorum 'Lady in Black'

Aster lateriflorus 'Lovely'  now  Symphyotrichum lateriflorum 'Lovely'

Aster 'Alma Potschke' now Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Alma Potschke'

Aster novae-angliae 'Hella Lacy' now Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Hella Lacy'

Aster novae-angliae 'Honeysong Pink'  now Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Honeysong Pink'

Aster novae-angliae 'LSS Hello Rhonda!'  now Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Hello Rhonda'

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'  now Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'

Aster novi-belgii 'Jenny'  now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Jenny'

Aster novi-belgii 'Raspberry Swirl' now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Raspberry Swirl'

Aster novi-belgii 'Royal Opal'  now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Royal Opal'

Aster novi-belgii 'Schneekissen'  now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Schneekissen

Aster novi-belgii 'Tiny Tot' now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'Tiny Tot'

Aster novi-belgii 'White Swan'  now Symphyotrichum novi-belgii 'White Swan'

Aster oblongifolium now Symphyotrichum oblongifolium 'Dream of Beauty' 

Aster oblongifolium 'Fanny' now Symphyotrichum oblongifolium 'Fanny'

Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies'   now Symphyotrichum oblongifolium 'October Skies'

Aster oblongifolius 'Raydon's Favorite'  now Symphyotrichum oblongifolium 'Raydon's Favorite'

Aster pilosus now Symphyotrichum pilosum

Aster puniceus 'Eric's Big Blue'  now   Symphyotrichum puniceum 'Eric's Big Blue'

 

What you're saying about us...

On a June 2005 shipment in days of 90 degree heat:

"Plants look great, still plenty damp and not even faintly boiled. Your packing system is the best I've seen--and I've seen a lot this season (second mortgage coming soon). Thanks, "      Betsy in Okemos, MI

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Asteromea yomeana 'Aurea'   See Kalimeris yomeana 'Aurea' on the J-K Page 

  -- the old name.  We're a little slow!

 

"I have praised astilbe many times, and I must again - it is such a tremendous perennial. I'll always remember the day the well known British garden author, Christopher Lloyd, came to visit. He let me know in no uncertain terms that he wouldn't have astilbe in his garden. He simply did not care for it. After seeing how we were using these wonderful plants at Minter Gardens, he rather brusquely stated that perhaps it wouldn't hurt to take a second look. Astilbe can carry your garden from June until September if you carefully select the varieties which bloom in sequence. Astilbes can be tall or short to suit most locations, however, they last best in partial shade," Brian Minter.

Our note:  If you will read below, there are Astilbes that bloom in months 6-7, 7-8 and finally Astilbe chinensis that blooms months 8-9.  Keep in mind, they are extra heavy feeders and need double the fertilizer and to be divided about every 3 years.  Attracts Hummingbirds Hummingbird plant in some areas.

  Astilbe chinensis - more drought tolerant than Astilbe arendsii hybrids. Key to symbols

$9.99 Qt.

Astilbe chinensis var. pumila    False Spirea      Zone: 4-9      

Astilbe chinensis var. pumilaThis neat dwarf is useful because it blooms late summer (not early to mid) & is far more DROUGHT TOLERANT than other varieties. Can be used as a groundcover. Sparkling rose pink. Toothed, softly hairy, dark green leaves. STOLONIFEROUS. No division necessary. Double fertilizer. Will take full sun if soil is moist.   RHS Award of Garden Merit Winner.  

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 6" (9-12" IB)  W: Indef.        B/M: Rose pink/ 6-7 (Mid-season)

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

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Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Astilbe chinensis var. taquetii 'Superba'      False Spirea    Zone: 4-9   

Astilbe chinensis var. taquetii 'Superba'Large dramatic, distinctive sturdy magenta purple flower spikes. Very HEAT TOLERANT. One of the tallest astilbes w/ purple stems & bronze-green crinkled foliage. Blooms late when most have finished. Stoloniferous. Will take sun if soil is very moist but Chinese Astilbes can take drier soil than others anyway. Double fertilizer.  More than twice as tall as the species.

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 24" ( 48-60" IB) W: Indef.         B/M: Rosy purple /6-7 (Mid-season)

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds

$10.99 Qt.

Astilbe chinensis 'Finale'     False Spirea    Zone: 4-9   

Astilbe chinensis 'Finale'

A compact selection of Chinese False Spirea with a 4-6" mound of foliage and narrow panicles of a pale mauve pink floating 12-18" above the foliage in mid-summer which makes it ones of the latest Astilbe to flower thus the name 'Fanale'!  Will take sun if soil is very moist but Chinese Astilbes can take drier soil than others anyway.

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 4-6" (12-18" IB)  W: Slowly Indef.         B/M: Pink /6-7 (Mid-season)

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds

$12.99 Qt.

Astilbe chinensis 'Visions in Pink'  PP11860        False Spirea      Zone: 4-9     

Astilbe chinensis 'Visions in Pink'  PP11860        False Spirea  Pale pink blooms with a dense, upright form in mid to late summer over large, deeply cut blue-green foliage. Best in moist soil, but fairly drought tolerant. Will take sun if soil is very moist but Chinese Astilbes can take drier soil than others anyway.  A very Robust, Floriferous selection! 

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 12" (18" IB)  W: Slowly Indef.       B/M: Light Pink/ 6-7 (Mid-season)

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds

$24.99 Qt.

Astilbe glaberrima 'Yakushima'     Miniature Japanese Astilbe       Zone:       

Astilbe glaberrima 'Yakushima'     Miniature Japanese AstilbeOne of the tiniest, miniature Astilbe from Yakushima Island in Japan reaching a mere 4" tall on the flower stalk when growing in the very high mountains of Japan on wet rocks and in crevices (life is tough in very high mountains of Japan).  In an American garden it will grow taller but still a miniature relative to other Astilbes - a mound of foliage probably 4-6" tall, blooms a little taller.  Looks like a pink Dwarf Goatsbeard -- Aruncus aethusifolius.  Glossy bronze-green, deeply dived leaves.  Oh my gosh golly, is this ever so charming -- but a tough little grower.  This pink named form is beyond rare.  Best in damp soils.

Soil: Ave. to moist            H: 4-6" (10-12" IB)  W: 4-6"        B/M:  Pink/7-9

Japanese Native
 

"The arendsii hybrids are a large group of hybrids involving crosses between A. chinensis, A. japonica, A. thunbergii and A. astilboides and are named after German nurseryman George Arends (1862-1952). Because of the different and sometimes complex parentage of the plants lumped under this hybrid grouping, arendsii hybrids can vary considerably as to plant size, inflorescence shape, leaf color/shape and bloom period. Generally, however, they are early bloomers (late spring in St. Louis) which grow 1.5 to 4’ tall with ovate to lance-shaped leaflets." Kemper Center for Home Gardening.

 

$14.99 Qt.

Astilbe x arendsii ''Chocolate Shogun' PP26430   False Spirea   Zone: 5-7  

An Astilbe Color Breakthrough!  This Japanese cultivar has Dark Chocolate Purple leaves which beautifully offset the small pale pink to white flowers spikes.  The leaf color doesn't fade or tinge green in the garden but keeps it's luscious Chocolate look all season long!  Stunning, stunning, stunning en masse.

Soil: Ave. to moist             H: 9-12" (18-24" IB)  W: 9-12"        B/M: Pale pink /7-8 (Late)

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Astilbe x arendsii 'Fanal'     False Spirea   Zone: 4-9   

Astilbe x arendsii 'Fanal'

A classic that's still hard to beat.  Noted for having perhaps the darkest red flowers in the Genus, for it's bronzy foliage and dark burgundy stem.  The foliage forms a 9-12" mound with the flowers on 15-18" stems.  The foliage emerges bronze, generally turning a dark green with a reddish tint as the season progresses.

Soil: Ave. to moist             H: 9-12" (15-18" IB)  W: 9-12"        B/M: Red/7-8 (Late)    

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

New 3/27

Astilbe x arendsii 'White Gloria'  'Weisse Gloria'    White False Spiraea     Zone: 4-9   

Astilbe x arendsii 'White Gloria'Wonderful, blocky positively dense white panicles on this superb white Astilbe.  Snow white bloom in pyramidal plumes in early summer.  The shiny, dark green foliage provides great contrast for the white blooms.  One of the best whites.

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 18-24" W: 12-18"         B/M: White/ 6-7   (Midseason)

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Astilbe x thunbergii 'Ostrich Plume'  A. 'Straussenfeder'   False Spirea   Zone: 4-8   

Astilbe x thunbergii 'Ostrich Plume'Lovely airy Rose-pink blooms. The flower spike of this classic have a distinctive look. They arch downward recalling the feathers in a bright pink boa. A tall cultivar & one that always attracts attention. Dark green leaves may be bronze-tinged when young.  The rose pink blooms have a tinge of coral too them.  Very graceful and lovely in a genus that generally has upright blooms.

Soil: Ave. to moist         H: 20" (36" IB)  W: 12-24"         B/M: Rose pink/ 6-7 (Mid-Season)

Attracts Hummingbirds

What you're saying about us... "Just received my order and the plants look terrific!  You packed them beautifully.  Be assured, I'll be ordering from your nursery next spring."

Gail in Reisterstown, MD   7-27-06

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$12.99 Qt.

Astilboides  tabularis    (Rodgersia tabularis)    Shieldleaf      Zone: 3-9     MoistAverage

Astilboides  tabularisAKA Rodgersia tabularis.  The word 'tabularis' means 'Table-Like' which is an appropriate description of the foliage of this plant in summer, the leaves of which can be 14" in diameter. It also sends up 3.5 feet white flower spikes in July that are similar to Filipendulas or Astilbes. It prefers some shade in warmer areas and moist soil so it's magnificent leaves don't scorch.  Check out this article, Fabulous Foliage, at Cornell Plantations about this plant and others like it if you love large foliage plants.  Atypical Roots

Soil:  Ave. to moist    H: 36-48"'  W: 24-36"        B/M:  White/July

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

 

  Astrantia and SlugsSlugs don't like Astrantia so interplanting them with other plants is a pretty darn good deterrent to the evil devils!   

$14.99 Qt.

 

Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'  PP14961     Masterwort     Zone: 4-9      

Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'  PP14961     MasterworDeep wine red blooms on purple black stems.  The foliage spreads by underground runners to form dense clumps.  Perfect in the perennial border, in naturalized areas with some shade or along stems.  Bred to produce in cutting gardens where its blooms resemble strawflowers.  Outer bracts are deep maroon red and flowers open with a lighter center.  A vigorous grower with deep green foliage.  A bit more compact than some but VERY FREE-FLOWERING.

Soil:  Fertile, moist but well-drained        H:  28"IB  W:      B/M:  Dark Red/6-9

Attracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

New 3/27

Astrantia major 'Hadspen Blood'   -   Masterwort     Zone: 5-9      

Astrantia major 'Hadspen Blood'A stunning perennial that thrives in a moist spot or woodland border.  This is supposed to be the darkest of the Astrantias.  Perfect paired with some of Terra Nova's dark Heucheras. Introduced by Nori Pope of the renowned Hadspen House in England

Soil:  Ave. to Moist    H:26"  W: 12"    B/M:  Dark Red/6-9

$11.99 Qt.

New 2016

 

Astrantia major 'Star of Fire'        Masterwort     Zone: 4-9      

Astrantia major 'Star of Fire'        Masterwort

Clusters of burgundy red flowers with white center on dark purple stems. This is a very floriferous, vigorous grower. Very long lasting blooming from early to late summer.  This plant is a very unique color for an Astrantia.  Just a stunner!  Good in containers.

Soil:  Fertile, moist but well-drained       H:20"   W: 20-24"        B/M:  Burgundy red flowers with white center

Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated'    Masterwort     Zone: 4-9   

Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated'Deeply divided foliage, splashed generously in pale yellow & cream. Delicate bloom in greenish-white, with hints of pink. These herbaceous wonders emit an exotic grace, thanks to the palm-shaped leaves & decorative blooms, made up of papery domes of tiny florets fringed by a collar of tinged bracts. A stunning cut flower. Quickly forms clumps. NOTE:  This Astrantia needs to be in the cool soil of the garden to show variegation with roots temps 70 degrees or below.  In summer in a greenhouse that never, ever happens!

Soil: Fertile, moist, well-drained        H: 24-30" W:        B/M: White & pink/6-9

Attracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

New 2017

 

Astrantia major 'White Giant'        Masterwort           Zone: 4-9         

Astrantia major 'White Giant'        Masterwort  Huge long-lasting, greenish white blooms over green-tinged white bracts are beloved by floral arrangers and look just as beautiful dried.   Foliage is dark green and finely cut.  Still the pin cushion flower that gardeners love but just on a grand scale.  Drifts of Astantia are breathtaking!

Soil:  Fertile, moist but well-drained        H: 24-30"   W: 24"      B/M: White/

Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

 

Astrantia 'Pink Sensation'®      Masterwort     Zone: 4-9   

Astrantia 'Pink Sensation'      MasterwortPale green foliage and in summer very large 2" green and white blooms tinged with varying shades of pink. The effect from a distance is pale pink. Very cut and lobed foliage. Long blooming as long as there isn't drought, great cut or dried flowers. Self seeds just enough to be a delight.

Soil: Fertile, moist, well-drained        H: 24"   W:       B/M: Pale pink /6-9

Attracts Butterflies

 

All Athryiums - Lady Ferns, Painted Ferns, 'Ursula's Red', etc. are listed on the Fern Page

 

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Spigelia marilandica

Spigelia marilandica

Geranium phaeum 'Raven'

Geranium phaeum 'Raven'

Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel' PP16054

Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel' PP16054

Peltoboykinia watanabei

Peltoboykinia watanabei

Helleborus x hybridus 'Sparkling Diamond'

Helleborus 'Sparkling Diamond'

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