Stock Number: 40889
"Sacred Lily of China" Thick dark leathery lance leaves rise in two packed ranks; club-like inflorescence with stubby yellow flowers; excellent pot plant in northern climes, winter hardy in South; typically hardy in our modified Z6b climate, yet sustaining some foliar damage in severe winters.
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Stock Number: 71174
"Green China Rose" double green flowers actually more a case of multiple sepals? More bizarre than lovely and thus a must for serious collectors of blossoms virid. Good performer in the winter conservatory where it will produce winter blossoms. (And actually winter hardy outdoors at least as far north as Z6.)
Stock Number: 70405
Widely arching canes with deep green foliage produce a constant succession of sprays of small rich red double blossoms even in the winter greenhouse--although quite winter hardy in our Z6b. Interesting in large hanging baskets or cascading from large urns; but unrivaled as a constantly reblooming ground cover in full s...
Stock Number: 71152
"Bonsai Rose" Miniature short (soon clumping) wiry woody stems support congested puffs of impossibly tiny glossy leaves topped with very demure teensy light pink windmill petaled blossoms. Although first treasured by lite gardeners, the bonsai fanciers have seriously embraced this astoundingly minute (yet quite vigorou...
Stock Number: 70604
Popular polyantha rose noted for vigor, hardiness and long blooming period for the pink rosette blossoms. These are starters on their own roots; not grafted.
Stock Number: 71523
The famous "Variegated Rose" of Danish horticulture with richly splashed foliage perfect with the lovely double pink "Hybrid Tea Rose" blossoms topping the short upright canes. Yinger kindly shared this potentially difficult (because a cold greenhouse subject in far northern winters) creature with us; these are small r...
Stock Number: 70409
Rare "Memorial Rose" cultivar with white frosted and mottled shiny leaves taking on pink tones in cool weather. The variegation does not fade with summer heat in our climate.
Stock Number: 81858
An excellent low statured eye catching bog lover with beet red foliage accented with dark veins, thus called "Bloody Dock". A very hardy North African with edible foliage and medicinal seeds.
Stock Number: 80380
"Snowy Rue" Stout stems are graced with glaucous flattened leaves, with lobed segments appearing ferny, emerging richly splashed white during cool seasons; odd mustard-yellow flowers followed by ornate seed pods. If given excellent winter drainage, this "Snowy Herb of Grace" best known in Europe as the "Harlequin Rue,"...
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Stock Number: 80861
This delightful "Golden Scotch Moss" soon forms a carpet of tiny foliage perfect in rockeries and Fairy Gardens. Has tiny white "Pearlwort" flowers.
Stock Number: 88808
"Silver Leaved Willow" This selection of a native species not only is a larger shrub/tree than type, but retains the silver qualities of the newly silky lance leaves all season--although the new rouge shoots darken and silver catkins fade. Certainly the most dramatic silvery tree in our display gardens and one of the l...
Stock Number: 71029
Long shoots produce glossy red winter buds from which emerge large 3" catkins of silvery white, shading to dusty pink as pinkish stamens appear--typically starts this showy event in February before the European "Pussy Willow" catkins appear (and the European species' catkins are considerably less showy). Quite dark glo...
Stock Number: 70668
Cultivar of European "Gray Sallow Willow" with downy leaves mottled yellow & creamy white, sometimes with red tones. The seemingly lacquered slim rouged current season whips are much used in basketweaving (they lose flexibility and hue if more than a year old); also popular in flower arrangements--indeed more popul...
Stock Number: 70925
Attractive 10' willow with narrow chartreuse and turquoise leaves of delicate size appearing after the curious reddish-purple (turning to blackish maroon) silvery haired catkins, oddly held in opposite pairs, fade & fall. Curious among willows for its delicacy of form with the chalky barked new stems very lovely wi...
Stock Number: 71413
"Dappled Japanese Willow" features bright stems with long leaves variegated with white & pale pink--when foliage is emerging the plant seems covered with bright snow. If stooled, the brooms of stem whips form quite a winter outline. Very popular with garden designers even though the catkins are of little interest.
Stock Number: 72837
"Dappled Pink Japanese Willow" features bright stems with long leaves variegated with white & pale pink--when foliage is emerging the plant seems covered with bright snow. If stooled, the brooms of stem whips form quite a winter outline. The Flamingo form differs from the form below by being a bit looser growing wi...
Stock Number: 70415
"Black Pussy Willow" Dark stems populated with bizarre black purple catkins with red anthers in early spring. Know your plant: a customer once called in February in great alarm because her willow had broken out in thousands of black wooly worms!
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Stock Number: 70836
"Weeping Artic Willow" Slender weeping branches of glaucous foliage--nearly prostrate, but easily staked to any height you wish. This is great fun trailing over a wall or covering a steep slope/embankment. Our ancient stock plant is sited on the edge of the koi pond where it does a mangrove mimic routine, the fingerlin...
Stock Number: 81767
"Purple Burnet" erect stems reaching 4' cloaked with pinnate ferny leaves and topped with purple flower spikes late summer. Considered an herb because the edible lacy foliage is scented and flavored of cucumber.
Stock Number: 51900
Fabulous "Purple Netted Pitcher Plant" with elegant pink capped hollow "Hunter's Horn" upright "leaves" of pink and green fantastically netted reddish purple with especially brilliant pink and red contrasts on the ruffled big hoods. Adds considerable drama to any bog; easily grown in a container if kept constantly sogg...
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Stock Number: 42902
Great colorful Scarlet and Green picture plant with elongated tubular leaves in impressive tight clusters to 15" with maturity; the highly ruffled hood over the pitcher is nearly parchment white with richly contrasting mosiac veins of red. A bog plant easily grown in a container.
Stock Number: 80964
"Kuma Bamboo" Zone 8 Japan. Low growing ground cover to 2' with wide leaves becoming highly decorative in fall as leaf margines and tips turn a dry straw tone due to chlorophyll disappearing gradually; dense habit forming thickets supported by slim arching purplish canes. Performs well as a pot subject--but never allow...
Stock Number: 41473
Short stems display wide glossed dark green leaves richly striped cream and yellow-ochre, fading to soft green in high light; knee-high unless planted in rich moist soil, where it can reach 5' with maturity. A Japanese selection of this stunning bamboo forming thick evergreen displays not burning or browntipping even i...
Stock Number: 83047
The "Red Carpet" groundcover for moist places--thick solid rounded "Mars Red" leaves in profusion, each covered with showy red hair. Hardy here with considerable winter protection and sweet soil--old decaying concrete provides a favorite spot. Please refer to the TROPICALS for offerings of the various cultivars of Saxi...
Stock Number: 81710
"Dwarf Pincushion Flower" An Irish cultivar remaining a compact selection with intense lavender blushed blue flowers, cute mimics of pincushions, produced from May to October on 12" plants with distinctively cut very soft foliage.
Stock Number: 71230
Northern Chinese "Fountain Hardback" a cascade-branched shrub with attractive dusky pewter toned oval leaves which change to a charming rich butter yellow fall color range; small lime flowers (which confirm it to be in the spurges) line long peduncles late summer. If you grow hardy Euphorbia in your gardens, why not pl...
Stock Number: 88851
Teensy tangled "Miniature Baltic Stonecrop" seems to have evolved particularly for your trough.
Stock Number: 89175
"Golden Stonecrop" succulent mat former considered to be of Croatian origin. Upright stemlets thickly set with fat needle leaves turning a brilliant lime gold in full sun and cooler temperatures, then developing a decidedly orangy fall blush.
Stock Number: 88439
Wide white margins on every succulent leaf on upright stout stems terminating with pink cap of tiny starflower blossoms indicating its albosedum x spectabile parentage, according to introducer Barry Yinger. D. Hinkley, however, considers this to be a sport of S. erythrostictum.
Stock Number: 80407
"Hexagonal Stonecrop" Slim tiny stems with six spiral rows of tiny succulent leaves; yellow flowers. Keep clean, as easily expires if a neighboring plant's leaf lies over it.