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Cephalotaxus fortunii
Stock Number: 70690
"Chinese Plum Yew" Spreading bush-form; tapering leaves spread horizontally form branches. Ours is the Dawes Arboretum Clone, thus obviously hardier than Zone 6. Handsome choice dark conifer thriving even in high shade under water robbing mature trees.
$8.50
Chamaecyparis pisifera Boulevard
Stock Number: 70106
Formerly 'squarrosa cyano-viridis.' Soft silvery-blue foliage on upright "Blue Moss Shrub." Very handsome outdoor specimen, equally popular as a bonsai or ming tree subject.
$8.00
Stock Number: 70273
Beautiful billowy soft foliaged blue grey stems tipped with frosty pale new growth,  A much larger statured shrub than 'Snow.'
$4.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Bright Gold
Stock Number: 70099
Golden thread like arching foliage less likely to scorch in winter sun in our climate than the familiar 'Golden Mops.' A lovely fine textured wide cushion forms from the wiry arched stems cloaked with the new golden mini dreadlock leaves
$10.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Lemon Thread
Stock Number: 70506
Elegant arching lemon-chartreuse thread foliage, some with juvenile growth; a sport of C.P. 'Squarrosa Lutea'--more elegant in habit and a paler more refined hue than the common "Golden Mops" usually planted. Takes patience to grow this to a larger size.
$8.50
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Chamaecyparis pisifera Greg's Reversion
Stock Number: 70551
Weeping green whips with clumping of the foliage in to tight masses. Robert Fincham notes this is actually C. p. squarossa 'Greg's Reversion' with no official name--selected by Greg William in Vermont. Vigorous in Ohio weather and making an interesting visual with age.
$10.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera minima Silver Lode
Stock Number: 70507
Bright white-flecked foliage very striking, especially as the reverse remains silvery; said to be a sport of 'Minima Aurea.' Rounded cushion outline remains petite enough for a trough if regularly shaped; but also quite successful in your dwarf conifer garden, adding a cool shimmery quality to complement any evergreen ...
$15.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa albopicta
Stock Number: 70143
Upright conical shrub with delicate frond-like foliage speckled white. A very reliable non-burning heirloom cultivar deserving more attention. Some Europeans list this rarely available distinguished clone as 'nana albovariegata.'
$12.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa compressa
Stock Number: 70738
Dwarf mutation of 'Sqarrosa' very densely branched compact gray green globular dwarf with golden tipped new ferny growth which should be protected from sunscald. One of the dwarfest conifers for rockery or bonsai containers.
$18.00
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Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa rogersii
Stock Number: 70108
Dwarf with soft golden-yellow feathery foliage; eventually conical. A sport of 'Plumosa Aurea' but foliage character of 'Squarrosa.' Coppery gold globe all winter. Becomes a three foot globe, given time.  The plants that we have are overgrown.
$12.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera pygmaea
Stock Number: 70142
Tiny lycopodium (spike moss) foliage bright-tipped; forms a very compact bun of thick foliage surviving exposed spots & full sun in our display beds. (But needs pampering the first several years to become established thoroughly.); much sought after by designers of though gardens and shapers of hardy evergreen mini ...
$5.25
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Chamaecyparis pisifera Snow
Stock Number: 70109
'Mikko' in Japan. Very winterburn tolerant plumosa type--pointed globe of moss-like blue-green foliage with all new growth a bright white. Avoid winter sun in warmer southern climates; always excellent in containers.
$5.25
Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa lutea
Stock Number: 70538
Golden-yellow extended needles in thick clusters on a relatively quick growing conifer forming an upright globe. Rich bronzy winter hues.
$8.50
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Chamaecyparis pisifera tsukumo
Stock Number: 70508
"Bonsai Cypress" Very finely textured deeply colored foliage on a lovely mini-bun shaped charmer; perfectly hardy out in the rockery, best known as a perfect bonsai candidate (known to survive a close cropping or so) and as am obliging well behaved trough subject.
$6.50
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Chamaecyparis thyoides heatherbun
Stock Number: 70219
Dwarf slow-growing cultivar with tiny needles turning rich plum purple toned mahogany by mid-winter; during growing periods a beautiful soft cushiony rounded shrublet tempting all passerbys to pet it. Will adapt to poodling cuts.
$5.50
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Cheilanthes lanosa
Stock Number: 11573
"Hairy Lip Fern" Delightful native (from non-lime areas) w/ clumpy, much toothed & chestnut orange felted fronds thickly clustered over short-creeping rhizomes. Good in troughs. Not tolerant of fertilizer.
$6.75
Conifer Collection (5 plants)
Stock Number: 99402
Can include an emphasis on compact growth, on tapestry hedge, on rockeries, container specimen, etc. You can see from the series of photos that there is a good range of conifers and evergreens to choose from! Start your arboretum or put together a selection for a Christmas gift. 5 plants
$25.00
Stock Number: 81811
This clone of the "Lily of the Valley" is beautifully decorated with pale pinstripes on each leaf.  Heavily scentented flowers appear in spring.
$12.00
Cotoneaster procumbens Strieb's Findling
Stock Number: 70130
"Bonsai Rockspray" Glossy contorted prostrate branches form bonsai shapes. In a rockery or by walls will conform to the contours it encounters.A prostrate selection from Germany, 'Strieb's Findling' will provide an unusual accent to your garden. This very low growing plant with tiny green leaves appears to cling tightl...
$15.00
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Crocosmia Lucifer [hyb]
Stock Number: 81578
Erect spear leaves perfectly foil the arched stems lined with bright red flowers--still the most reliable for a major eruption of scarlet in your garden beds; this is not a subtle addition to your display beds. Totally winter hardy for us.
$4.00
Cryptomeria japonica araucarioides
Stock Number: 70147
Thick bowed dark needles on spreading, nodding branches on broad irregular shrub. May be same as 'Enko-sugi' as develops the same type of whipcord limbs which, in our type climate, always turn a decided tannish brown during the winter months to the possible dismay of those on winter tours of your garden.
$15.00
Stock Number: 70721
This bright dwarf Japanese cedar forms a very dense ball of intrical branchlets cloaked with overlapping incurved leatherly needle leaves. An upright evergreen conifer.  Newly popular in hardy Fairy Gardens.
$10.00
Cryptomeria japonica radicans
Stock Number: 70952
Vigorous dense-crowned tree with mast-like trunks; variety name describes branches' easy rooting ability when they touch the ground. (This is in no way a laterally oriented cultivar.) Important in Japanese timber industry. Tolerates considerable exposure in midwestern winters, unlike most cultivars, although developing...
$10.00
Cryptotaenia japonica atropurpurea
Stock Number: 88829
Very handsome "trendy" perennial especially helpful by lending a dusky rich purple foliage foil to a gold & white Hosta planting. "Purple Japanese Celery" is also successful as a bog plant, the rather oddly formed buff pink blushed white flower sprays (nearly umbels) appear late summer--every butterfly in your gard...
$8.00
Cyrtomium caryotideum
Stock Number: 10240
"Clean Holly Fern." Sharply outlined holly shaped pinnae are closely layered on the short curved fronds' distinctive verdant green dull sheen also distinguishes this beautiful species native from Sri Lanka to Japan. Good container plant. Certainly a subtropical garden worthy fern in the South as will tolerate considera...
$7.50
Cyrtomium falcatum rochefordianum
Stock Number: 10242
Long-lived Asian "Holly Fern" with dark leathery fronds with pinnae strongly fringed and toothed. Very reliable container subject as long as kept evenly moist. Not reliably winter hardy here if weather is severe for an extended period, yet considered and declared to be zone 6 hardy in many reference books. Our clone ha...
$8.00
Dendranthema Hillside Pink
Stock Number: 83113
While often a star in the hobby greenhouse in late fall, it is also very hardy in our climate. Excellently densely foliaged "Sheffield Mum" with beguiling single soft pink single flowers during late fall--and thus often grown in the hobby greenhouse in northern climes. Very winter hardy and pest free in our climate.
$5.25
Dryopteris filix-mas linearis polydactyla
Stock Number: 11568
"Many-fingered Male Fern" Elongated pinnae with wild tip crests; heavily textured vase shaped plant evergreen in mild winters. We are offering this with a discount for the spring/summer period. We have nice plants at this time. It is sometimes listed as "Dryopteris filix-mas cristata King Fern" and "Dryopteris affinis ...
$6.50
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Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit
Stock Number: 89220
Rich basal foliage topped with many "Condflowers" of deep purple, magenta, orange and eggshell white.  Unusually vigorous.
$6.00
Eleutheroccus sieboldianus variegatus
Stock Number: 71521
Slim woody branched "Variegated Fiveleaf Aralia" with white splashed foliage and modest umbels of white flowers.  Formerly offered as an Acanthopanax.  This shrub adds a tropical tone to the garden.
$10.00
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