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Geranium 'Brookside'

Trillium erectum

Corydalis 'Blackberry Wine'

Lobelia x 'Sparkle Divine' Cardiinal Flower

Lobelia 'Sparkle Divine'

Dicentra 'King of Hearts'


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Jasminum officinale affine (grandiflora)   Spanish Jasmine   

Jasminum officinalis 'Fiona Sunrise'   Hardy Golden Jasmine

Jasminum x stephanense    Very Hardy Jasmine 


$11.99 Qt.


Jeffersonia diphylla   Native Twinleaf    Zone: 4-8      

Jeffersonia diphyllaOne of our most lovely Native plants.  Named after 'our own' Thomas Jefferson.  At first glance, the plant appears to have 2 twin leaves but, actually it's just one (diphylla means two-parted leaf).  It's among the earliest to grace the woodland garden floor.  Similar to but more stately than Bloodroot which blooms at the same time.  Delicate but large white blooms 1" across.  Takes a wide range of pH but prefers limey.

Soil:  Well-drained, woodland   H: 8-16"  W: 6-12"      B/M:  White/ Early spring

US Native Plants

$18.99 Qt.


Jeffersonia dubia    Chinese Twinleaf    Zone:  4-7A      

Jeffersonia dubbia    Chinese TwinleafOne of two species in the genus located half a world apart, this rare plant is certainly the most magnificent --forming a dome of lavender blue, anemone-like flowers on stiff, wire-like stems, just as the kidney-shaped leaves emerge in spring. A well-grown plant is a coveted prize in any garden but just as easy to grow as our US Native.

Soil: Moist but well-drained        H: 9-12"   W: 12"     B/M:  Lavender blue/3-5

$39.99 Qt.


Jeffersonia dubia 'Variegata'      Variegated Chinese Twinleaf    Zone:  4-7A      

Jeffersonia dubia 'Variegata'      Variegated Chinese Twinleaf

New 2017 A VERY rare variegated form of Jeffersonia dubia, Chinese Twinleaf. Light green with dark green splash on whole leaves. Limited supply. Identical to the species except for the variegated leaves including being easy to grow.

Soil: Moist but well-drained        H: 9-12"   W: 12"     B/M:  Lavender blue/3-5

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Got the fabulous anemones!  What an outstanding packing job you all did!  Many thanks...

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$9.99 Qt.

Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star'     Cutleaf Japanese False Aster    Zone: 4-9         

Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star'Synonymous with Boltonia incisa ‘Blue Star’. Very popular in Europe and deserves much more recognition here.  Like the species above but more compact.  Beautiful cut-leaf foliage.  Divide in spring about every three years.

Soil: Ave. to moist    H: 12-18"   W: 12-18"   B/M: Light blue /5-9 

Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Keiskea japonica  (Colnisia japonica)   Japanese Frost Columns    Zone: 5-8     ()

Keiskea japonica   Japanese Frost ColumnsAn Eltsholtzia relative, this pretty little bushy herbaceous perennial is from Japan reaching to 36" with white flowers, often in pairs, that just shine in from of the dark tinted foliage on near horizontal stems.  Later bloomers are always valuable in the garden.  The Japanese Common Name is Shimo-hashira which means 'Frost Columns'. (In winter, the dormant stalks tend to collect frost and moisture and form ice columns!)  AKA Colnisia japonica, however we choose to use the name most known in Japan, with this plant named thus to honor Keisuke Ito (1803-1901) who studied with famed plantsman Siebold.  Really -- we trust the judgment of Taxonomists but a plant honoring a 98 year old plantsman shouldn't be totally changed!  There must be some other way!  Maybe it could be called Colnisa keiskeanna.  :-)

Soil: Well-drained    H: 36"  W: 36"      B/M:  White, occasionally palest pink/9-10

Japanese Native

$14.99 Qt.

Kirengeshoma koreana     Japanese Yellow Waxbells      Zone: 4-8     

Kirengeshoma palmatumMuch discussion in the horticulture world over the classification of this lovely.  Some say it's a subspecies of K. palmatum, others, particularly in Europe list it as K. palmatum Koreana Group.  Whatever the name (we go along with MOBOT), it's as above but occasionally somewhat larger with more outfacing blooms rather than hanging blooms.  Both this and the above are just lovely -- it's more a matter of taste -- hanging or outfacing blooms and possibly size.

Soil: Moist, rich acidic      H: 36-48"  W: 36-48"       B/M: Yellow/ 7-8

$14.99 Qt.

Kirengeshoma palmatum    Japanese Yellow Waxbells      Zone: 4-8  

Kirengeshoma palmatumA large Japanese plant with maple-shaped leaves to 8" across & sprays of cool yellow flowers, it belongs to the Hydrangea family. A semi-shaded location w/ moist, rich, acid soil suit it best.  Beautiful yellow bloom with heavily textured petals when nothing is happening in the shade garden, which makes it even more valuable. 

Soil: Moist, rich acidic      H: 36-48"  W: 36-48"       B/M: Yellow/ 7-8

$9.99 Qt.

Knautia macedonica    Knautia      Zone: 5-9     

Knautia macedonicaDomed clusters of tiny wine-red flowers which appear to hover above the soft green foliage on wiry, 24-30" stems. They give the effect of daubs of rich red suspended in air. The silver stamens look like pins in a pincushion. Heads are prized in dry arrangements. Deadhead. 

Soil: Well-drained, neutral     H: 24-36"   W: 15"    B/M: Wine-red/ 6-10 

  As you can tell from our steadily adding more and more Red Hot Pokers, we've never met one we didn't like.  They add amazing structure and texture to the garden, are a 4 evergreen season plant, easy care, deer hate it, Hummingbirds love it, it's a great cut flower - what's not to love!  

$11.99 Qt.

Kniphofia hirsuta 'Fire Dance'   Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily or Tritoma    Zone: 4-9         

Kniphofia hirsuta 'Firedance'The species is native to the high Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa.  'Firedance' is a consistent seed strain that is shorter, prettier and more reliably cold hardy than most in the Genus - according to Jelitto, the hardiest in the Genus.  Fits in well with more average size Perennials than it's larger relatives.   Yellow and coral-red bi-color blooms from early through late summer above a thick clump of narrow, arching foliage.

Soil: Well-drained     H: 18"   W:15-18"     B/M:  /6-9 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$13.99 Qt.

Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle' PPAF     POPSICLETM DWARF Red Hot Poke, Torch Lily     Zone: 6-9     

Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle'       Red Hot Poker Brand New 'Papaya Popsicle' is an all-summer bloomer with a very short compact habit. A near non-stop bloomer with spikes of flowers the color of ripe papayas -- you can't decide whether to look at it or eat it!  We suggest the former -- it doesn't taste like Papaya!  The tidy grass-like foliage looks great all season.  Superb for a container, small garden or front of the border.

Soil: Very well-drained     H: 12" (20")  W: 18"     B/M: Red and Yellow / 6-9 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$13.99 Qt.

Kniphofia 'Pineapple Popsicle' PPAF   POPSICLETM  Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily  Zone: 6-9      

Kniphofia 'Pineapple Popsicle' PPAF     Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily, TritomaA compact, clump forming perennial noted for it's upright, evergreen grass-like foliage and stunning 6-9" spikes of pineapple-yellow blooms on stems to 26" tall. This is a POWERHOUSE BLOOMER! Flowers from late spring to early summer with good rebloom through fall. The color blends with almost any color in the garden. Crowns appreciate protection in zone 6. For this Red Hot Poker, best not to divide. Do not keep soggy wet! Needs to dry out between watering.

Soil:  Well-drained   H:  12-14" (24-36" IB)   W:  18-24"     B/M:  Pineapple Yellow/6, 7 + Fall

Attracts Hummingbirds

$13.99 Qt.

Kniphofia 'Redhot Popsicle' PPAF     POPSICLETM  Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily     Zone: 6-9     

Kniphofia 'Redhot Popsicle'       Red Hot PokerA new Redhot Poker, boldly using the Common Name because it just should!  It really is a 'Red Hot' Poker.  Cinnamon red blooms on short compact plants, perfect for the smaller garden or front of the border.  Narrow grass-like foliage.  A great color spot in the mixed border and it just blooms and blooms and blooms!

Soil: Very well-drained     H: 16" (20")  W: 14"     B/M:   Red / 6-9 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Kniphofia 'Royal Standard'     Red Hot Poker     Zone:   5-9     

Kniphofia 'Royal Standard'Tall grass-like leaves on lance-shaped spikes made up of tubular flowers. Plants require full sun and will NOT TOLERATE WET FEET. Good drainage a must. Orange top with yellow to a light yellow base. Looks like a big, glowing ember. Very long blooming. 

Soil: Very well-drained     H: 36"  W:15"    B/M: Orange-Yellow/ 6-9 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Kniphofia uvaria 'Border Ballet'       Red Hot Poker, Pastels     Zone: 6-9        

Kniphofia uvaria 'Border Ballet' A shorter hybrid of Red Hot Poker in pastel colors from pink, yellow to pastel orange.. This is a particularly floriferous (lots of blooms for along time) strain, especially if old blooms are removed. Good border plant and cuts well. From Africa. 

Soil: Well-drained     H: 24"   W: 18-24"     B/M: Pastel mix /6-9 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Kniphofia uvaria 'Echo Mango' PPAF    LONG BLOOMING  Red Hot Poker         Zone:  6-9     

Kniphofia uvaria 'Echo Mango' PPAFA repeat blooming Red Hot Poker from the Saul Brothers of Atlanta.  The Echo series bred by the Saul Brothers of Atlanta are bred for long bloom and produce the heaviest and longest lasting flowering ever introduced in Kniphofias.  It will bloom from May into Fall with blooms the color of a ripe mango.  Drought tolerant when established.   Fertilize periodically in the spring and summer to get the most blooms or use time release as we do and you'll get near non-stop blooms.    Needs well drained winter soil.

Soil:  Well-drained    H: 36" IB   W: 24"      B/M:  Mango/5-10

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Kniphofia uvaria 'Echo Rojo' PP22701      LONG BLOOMING  Red Hot Poker       Zone:  6-9     

Kniphofia uvaria 'Echo Rojo' PPAF              Red Hot PokerThis stunning new Kniphofia has loads of orange red flowers and reblooms through summer.  You should just find a spot for this in your garden!  Mounds of evergreen strap-like leaves.  The Echo series bred by the Saul Brothers of Atlanta are bred for long bloom and produce the heaviest and longest lasting flowering ever introduced in Kniphofias.  Fertilize periodically in the spring and summer to get the most blooms or use time release as we do and you'll get near non-stop blooms.  Needs well drained winter soil.

Soil:    Well-drained       H: 36" IB   W: 24"         B/M: Red Orange/5-10

Attracts Hummingbirds

$9.99 Qt.

Kniphofia uvaria 'Flamenco'       Red Hot Poker, Hot Colors         Zone: 5-9      

Kniphofia uvaria 'Flamenco' An exciting, award-winning mix of hot colors - fiery reds, yellows and orange - on strong stems.  If you want your Pokers Hot, well these are for you.    Blooms all the way through from June to September above evergreen foliage. An All-American 1999 Winner. Bold, arching clumps of long, narrow, evergreen foliage.  If you garden needs pastels, go for 'Border Ballet' above!

Soil:  Well-drained    H:24-36"   W: 20"    B/M: Hot mix/6-9

Attracts Hummingbirds

Forward to the next Group of Perennials -  La Perennials



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Asclepias tubrosa Butterfly Weed

Asclepias tubrosa

Vernonia fasciculata

Sedum 'Blue Pearl'

Nepeta 'Walker's Low'

Physostegia virginiana 'Miss Manners'

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