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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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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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$24.99 Qt.

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Deinanthe caerulea      False Hydrangea           Zone:    5-7      

Deinanthe caeruleaA delightful blue species from China, similar to D. bifida from Japan but with nodding blue flowers that slowly forms a mound of lovely foliage and lilac to lavender blue blooms.  Prefers a cool spot in the garden, mulch well, dislikes hot summers and these help.   It's a perennial that can easily be mistaken for a shrub.  But it's the bloom that will linger in your memory from the first time you see it until you own it so that seeing it ever June is certainty.

Soil: Moist but well-drained        H: 12-18"   W: 24-36"       B/M:  Lavender Blue/6-7

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Neil & Kathy, Henrietta, NY

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$9.99 Qt.

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Delosperma ashtonii     Ashton's Hardy Ice Plant       Z: 7-9      

Delosperma ashtonii     Ashton's Hardy Ice PlantWith flattened, 3-sided grey-green succulent foliage, (unlike the round foliage of many of the Genus) this South African species forms a low 4", creeping groundcover and from May through early fall is smothered with fuchsia blooms with white centers.  Needs well-drained soil, especially in winter.  Drought tolerant but actually better is watered during the season. 

Soil: Well-drained          H: 4" W: Indef.         B/M: Fuchsia// 5-10 

Attracts Butterflies

$10.99 Qt.

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Delphinium exaltatum    American Bee Larkspur     Zone: 5-7  

Delphinium exaltatumOne of our favorite Delphiniums 'cause it thumbs it's nose at heat and humidity, of which we have a plenty!  Beautiful 1" long Gentian Blue to Purple Larkspur type blooms in this East Coast Native over a period of 2 months from July through September.  This species blooms later, is taller and has more abundant foliage than most other native U.S. larkspurs.  Altogether, a well, must-have especially for the cottage garden.  Best in mass but that will happen with time as it gently self-seeds.

Soil: Ave. to moist but well-drained    H: 4-6'  W: 1-2'     B/M:  Gentian blue/7-9

US Native Plants

Butterflies, Butterfly

$9.99 Qt.

Delphinium x belladonna 'Bellamosum'     Larkspur     Zone: 3-10    

Delphinium x belladonna 'Bellamosum'Belladonna delphiniums are MUCH better for our area w/ it's hot summers. Upright, branching perennial, w/ cup-shaped, deep gentian blue flowers. If you're not having luck w/ delphiniums, this is the one to try. Seldom needs staking. Elegant treasures with a stately appearance. 

Soil: Well-drained, alk. to neut.       H: 36-48" W: 18"       B/M: Blue/ 7-8 

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Dentaria diphylla is under it's new name Cardamine diphylla 

Dentaria laciniata is under it's new name  Cardamine concatenata

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Fall Daisies - Dendranthema now renamed back to their original name Chrysanthemum

They're called once again, Chrysanthemum BUT they're not the Fall Mum that you can find everywhere including the grocery store!  These are fabulous long lasting Perennials.  You may remember, they WERE originally called Chrysanthemums and then over a 3 year period, we were told by the folks in charge of Botanical nomenclature and classifications to change them to their new names.  Tag makers and sign makers and plant growers all gradually made the switch.   And then, about a year later after the official switch date, they changed the classification BACK to Chrysanthemums!  Argh-h-h-h-h-h!  We liked them under their previous 'new' names.  People didn't confuse them with the inferior, not too perennial, fall Mums.


Dendranthema are now back on the Ce-Ci Page under their old, now new name Chrysanthemum!

Dendranthema koreana 'Mei Kyo'            Dendranthema koreana 'Bronze Elegance'

Dendranthema rubellum 'Clara Curtis'     Dendranthema rubellum 'Mark Stoker'

Dendranthema rubellum 'Venus'              Dendranthema weyrichii 'White Bomb'




Deschampsia caespitosa 'Bronze Veil'        Tufted Hair Grass  listed on the Grass Page

Deschampsia caespitosa 'Northern Lights' 


Dianthus and their Common Name - Pinks:

It has nothing at all to do with the color Pink, although many 'Pinks' are Pink!  It's because the blooms often have fringed flower petals that look as if they've been cut with 'Pinking Shears'.

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$10.99 Qt.

Dianthus barbatus nigrescens   Sooty Sweet William  Zone: 3-9         

Dianthus barbatus nigrescens   Sooty Sweet WilliamFragrant short lived perennial Dianthus that hails from the mountains of Europe and that just blooms itself silly with Maroon Chocolate flowers from spring to Frost. Small flowers held in dense, flat-topped terminal clusters (3-5” wide).  Short lived but self seeds and then blooms the first year from seed so does persist in your garden. Prompt deadheading of old flowers (shear back large numbers) promotes perennial tendencies.  Best in full sun but appreciates a bit of afternoon shades in hotter zones.

Soil: Well drained          H: 12-24"     W: 12"            B/M: Maroon Chocolate/5-7

Butterflies, Butterfly

$10.99 Qt.

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Dianthus 'Raspberry Surprise' PP16029     Hybrid Pinks       Z:  5-9       

Dianthus 'Raspberry Surprise' PP16029     Hybrid PinksAbsolutely masses of fragrant, 2" double pink blooms with burgundy centers from spring to fall above compact,  glaucous, 6" tall blue-green foliage that is clump-forming and not floppy. Needs at least 6 hours direct sun to strut its stuff to best advantage. Deadheading will encourage more continuous blooms

Soil: Neutral, rich, well-drained       H: 6" (10-12" IB)  W: 10-12"             B/M: Pink/5-10

Butterflies, Butterfly

$12.99 Qt.

Dicentra formosa 'Spring Gold'      Bleeding Heart Spring Gold     Z: 3-9      (cooler zones)

A wonderful compact British introduction forming a low mound of bright chartreuse-yellow leaves.  Discovered in the garden of Beth Chatto is topped by clusters of heart-shaped bloom of soft rose-pink hues.  Great for edging and cold hardy enough to live in containers in all but the coldest zones.  Removing spent blooms promotes new buds and more blooms.

Soil: Moist but well-drained          H: 15"  W:20"          B/M: Rose Pink /5-10 

$13.99 Qt.

Dicentra x 'King of Hearts'   Hybrid Blue Foliage Bleeding Heart   Z: 3-8   

Dicentra x 'King of Hearts'A wonderful new Cut-Leaf bleeding heart with a marvelous blue cast to the foliage. Place it beside Baccanal, Luxuriant, etc. and you can pick it out every time due to the much bluer foliage which is even more cut and finer textured than the others.  Sterile so the carmine rose blooms just keep coming and coming all season in cool areas. Does want moisture but in well-drained soil.  The parents include Dicentra peregrina from Japan crossed with D. formosa subsp. oregona crossed with D. eximia.  Also the bloom itself is much improved over other cut-leaf Bleeding Hearts.  This one sets the standard for everblooming Bleeding Hearts.

Soil:  MOIST but well-drained   H: 6-8" (10-12"IB)   W: 8-12"     B/M: Carmine rose/ 5-6 + (5-9 in cool zones)

$8.99 Qt.

Note, while Digitalis - Foxglove is used in heart saving medicines, all parts are poisonous and probably shouldn't be in gardens where children are too young to appreciate that concept.   

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Digitalis grandiflora (D. ambigua)   Yellow Foxglove    Z: 3-8    

Digitalis grandiflora With the largest bloom of the Perennial Foxgloves, this one is a gentle self seeder with huge big lemon yellow blooms.  Delightful and long-lived.

Soil: Well drained   H:  4-6" ( 24-36" IB)  W:15-18"    B/M:  Yellow/6-7


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Digitalis 'Kari'  Dwarf Hybrid Foxglove    Z: 3-8    

A dwarf form that appeared appeared in our garden. Probably a D. lanata hybrid. Light yellow with a tinge of pink and all the blooms go down one side of the stalk. Charming!

Soil: Well drained   H: 12-14"  W:    B/M:  Light yellow/pink/6-7

$9.99 Qt.

Digitalis thapsii 'Spanish Peaks'TM      Spanish Peaks Foxglove    Z: 4B-9    

Digitalis thapsii 'Spanish Peaks'Narrow silvery leaves with spires of soft pink flowers. Raspberry rose-colored flowers in early summer are carried over a trim mat of furry leaves. Wow! This cousin to the familiar foxglove is a true perennial & thrives in a variety of sites and soils. Heat tolerant. NEW. Blooms for 4 weeks in June & again in FALL! No staking! Plant Select® Introduction

Soil: Well-drained           H: 12-15"     W: 8-12"     B/M: Rose 6-7 + 

Attracts Hummingbirds 

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$13.99 Qt.

Disporopsis fuscopicta   Evergreen False Solomon Seal     Zone:  7A-9B    

Disporopsis fuscopicta   Evergreen False Solomon SealA rhizomatous perennial from China, beautiful in the woodland garden. A choice, rare woodland plant with evergreen stems, speckled and spotted purple at the base. Greenish white flowers with brown marking appear in spring.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained, rich, humusy        H: 12-18"     W: 12-15"        B/M:  Light green to white/5-6

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Disporopsis pernyi      Evergreen Solomon's Seal       Z: 5-9     

Disporopsis pernyi      Evergreen Solomon's SealAKA, Polygonatum cyrtonema. Rhizomatous perennial w/ lance-shaped, glossy, dark green leaves. Lemon-scented white flowers w/ pale green out tips that are slightly reflexed are borne singly or in pairs in early summer. From China. This is a gorgeous, gorgeous plant & very pest free. Rhizomatous, evergreen closely allied to our Polygonatum. 

Soil: Moist but well-drained         H: 16" W: 12-16"         B/M: White/ 5-6 

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$11.99 Qt.

Disporopsis pernyi 'Bill Baker'    Evergreen Solomon's Seal       Z: 5-9     

Disporopsis pernyi 'Bill Baker'A select form of Evergreen Solomon's Seal a bit taller than the species.  Exceptionally shiny dark green lance shaped leaves.  3/4" white bell-shaped flowers with black stripes inside are born in late spring or early summer hanging beautifully from the arching stems.  Has a light lemon scent.  A 'Great Plant Pick'.  Easy to grow.

Soil: Moist but well-drained         H: 18" W: 18"         B/M: White/ 5-6 

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$18.99 Qt.

Disporopsis undulata       Dwarf Evergreen Solomon's Seal     Zone: 3-7    

Disporopsis undulata       Dwarf Evergreen Solomon's Seal A very low growing spreading evergreen species. Light purple fruit follows spotted creamy white bell flowers that are purple and yellow inside. Dangling scented flowers are single or in clusters of two to three.  Gorgeous dark green wavy edged foliage on arching stems mottle with lilac is evergreen in warmer areas. Found in Sichuan Provence in stony places in evergreen forests - a tough spot for plants to grow so this is a tough grower.  Rhizomatous.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 6"    W:         B/M: Creamy white with purple/5-6

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Disporum - a large Genus not all that well known for shade gardens.  For a great background article, see this one by well-known Canadian horticulturist and garden writer:

Todd Boland on Dave's Garden:


$15.99 Qt.

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Disporum bodinieri 'Shina-no-tsuki'      VARIEGATED Chinese Fairy Bells       Zone:  6-9  

Disporum bodinieri 'Shina-no-tsuki'      VARIEGATED Chinese Fairy BellsShina-no-tsuki translates to 'China Moon'. Deciduous clump forming variety with stunning glossy leaves with a chartreuse to yellow center in each leaf with green edging. Small white flowers in late spring followed by shiny, blue black berries in late summer to Fall.

Soil:  Rich organic, MOIST well-drained woodland       H: 18-24"    W: 18-24"        B/M:  White/5-6

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$11.99 Qt.

Disporum flavum  (D. uniflorum & D. sessile var flavens)   Korean Fairybells       Zone: 4-9A    

Disporum flavumRare but in the trade under a number of aliases, it's true name is Disporum flavum.  It emerges in late spring with the multiple flower buds almost immediately visible on each stem and blooming quickly thereafter with large, showy yellow bells. To the uninitiated, it looks like a large Solomon Seal. It takes 2-3 years to develop a good root system and can occasionally be divided after that.  Easily, the most impressive of the genus for blooms.  The yellow bells are followed by black berries in summer.

Soil: Rich, moist but well-drained    H: 24-30"  W: 24"     B/M: Buttercup Yellow/5-6


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Disporum lanuginosum  (Prosartes lanuginosa)   Yellow Fairybells, Yellow Mandarin   Zone: 4-7     

Disporum lanuginosum    Yellow Fairybells, Yellow MandarinOne of the 5 species of Disporum Native to the United States, Fairybells form patches of zig-zagging spreading shiny green leaves with prominent veins. 3/4" yellow green flowers, generally in pairs, with prominent yellow stamens, in early spring are often followed by bright red berries in the fall.  American Disporums have been reclassified to a new genus -- Prosartes -- leaving the Chinese Disporum in that Genus -- differences are not visible to the naked eye, but rather chemical/microscopic.

Soil:  Rich, moist but well-drained      H: 36"  W: 24"          B/M:  Yellow-green/3-5

$10.99 Qt.

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Disporum maculatum (Prosartes maculata)   Fairy Bells, Nodding or Spotted Mandarin   Zone: 5  

Disporum maculatum (Prosartes maculata)This U.S. Native is rare and unknown and one of our most charming.  Nodding white bloom with purple spots like a tricyrtis give way to 3-lobed tan fruits with rough skin.  AKA. Fairy Bells because the dainty flowers hang at the tips of the stems. These rhizomatous lilies, like Polygonatum and Uvularia thrive in moist, dappled deciduous woods, particularly on slopes.   American Disporums have been reclassified to a new genus -- Prosartes -- leaving the Chinese Disporum in that Genus -- differences are not visible to the naked eye, but rather chemical/microscopic.

Soil: Moist, Humus rich well-drained    H:12-30"  W: 12-18"      B/M:  White/5-6

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Disporum pullum 'Variegata'    Variegated Fairy Bells       Z:  4A-9   

Disporum pullum 'Variegata'This is a robust little plant w/ foliage that is mid green, brightly striped w/ silver & margined w/ white. In autumn the whole plant turns to bright gold w/ the variegated leaves taking on vivid, almost fluorescent tones. Black berries in Fall.  Stoloniferous but still polite!  This is really D. pullum not the often sold D. sessile 'Variegata' which is taller and a wee bit of a thug.

Soil: Moist but well-drained, Humus rich, Acid        H: 10-12"  W: Indef.         B/M: Creamy white/3-5 

Japanese Native

$12.99 Qt.

Disporum smilacinum 'Flore Plena'     DOUBLE Japanese Fairy Bells         Zone:  6-9  

Disporum smilacinum flore plena     Japanese Fairy Bells Japanese woodland creeper with double creamy white flowers. This is a rare form of Fairy Bells covered with fully double relatively large white flowers with a bit of cool green in spring at the ends of the arching stems.

Soil: Moist but well-drained       H: 6"    W: 12"     B/M: Creamy white double/Spring

Japanese Native

$39.99 Qt.

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Disporum smilacinum 'Moon Shine'     Variegated Japanese Fairy Bells         Zone:  6-9  

Disporum smilacinum 'Moon Shine'     Variegated Japanese Fairy BellsStrong golden leaves look as thought the tips were dipped and streaked in green paint  The opposite of D. 'Koganetsuki' which is green with significantly gold tips and streaks.  Similar in growth habits and needs to all D. smilacinums.  Not difficult to grow.  Expensive, as is often the case, because it's extremely rare, especially in the US and we have to import it from Japan!  But not at all because it's a fussy little collector's plant!.

Soil: Moist but well-drained       H: 6"  W: 12"     B/M: Creamy white/Spring

Japanese Native


Dryopteris (Log Fern, Autumn Fern, Leather or Eastern Wood Fern) are listed on the Ferns Page:


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