Stock Number: 88800
Odd "Purple Bog Daisy" with new foliage a weird purple maturing into giant lilac tinged leaves. Needs bog to romp in. Difficult to ship once in leaf; so later orders will be sent with current foliage removed.
Stock Number: 31717
Vigorously clumping species with green spathes striped purple. The fingered foliage is divided into how many lobes? Check the name--but do not be surprised if a mature bulb eventually ignores this--we have found that very very few plants have developed reading skills to the point of adequately understanding the names a...
Stock Number: 70765
"Golden Eastern White Pine" Soft green in summer; very bright yellow gold during winter. Outstanding cultivar: certainly lights up our winter garden here in Ohio, especially stunning when planted in front of dark Hemlocks or dusky deep green spruces. As with all "White Pines" avoid planting in a constantly wet or boggy...
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Stock Number: 81131
Wide small paddle shaped leaves liberally striped and blotched with bright ivory white. Supposedly the petioles juice sooths bee stings. True from seed, this small non-invasive Eruasian can form a richly variegated mat in time; also a favorite for tiny containers--but its variegation is so showy it would probably turn ...
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Stock Number: 88897
Absolutely charming "Parsley Leaved Plantain" forming tight rosettes of elaborately frilled and cripsed leaves--small enough for a large trough; excellent between garden walk pavers. Very cute; very amusing; very over the top. And if a few too many volunteers come up? Just gently remind the seedlings that their seeds a...
Stock Number: 81989
The flower spikes become leave nosegays in this rare victorian favorite, known as the " Tussie Mussie" RARE
Stock Number: 99113
We need to know if you want native Japanese genera & cultivars for temperate zones or flashy Japanese selections of tropicals & subtropicals but not necessarilly native to the islands of Japan. Natives might be selected from Anemone, Callicarpa, Buxus microphylla cultivars, Sanguisorba, Lychnis miquelaria, Gera...
Stock Number: 70964
Our creamy barked noble native "American Scyamore" can easily grow to a hundred feet here in Southeastern Ohio.
Stock Number: 80849
A very thick textured rich blue "Balloon flower" blossom in upfacing clusters over a compact much branched cultifar with deep green foliage. One of the most reliable long-lived garden perennials.
Stock Number: 80001
Correct as Pleioblastus auricoma now--but popular long enough in horticulture to have garnered at least three genus names in the basic plant books. Nearly waist-high arched stem present wide downy blades (much larger blades than its kin offered below) suffused with yellow stripes. Easy "Gold Striped Bamboo" perfectly h...
Stock Number: 80075
"Fanleaf Bamboo" Glorious waist high,tightly spaced shoots of rich green tipped with a terminal congested tufted fan of spear leaves always creating a very ornate focus in the garden--especially as these decorative tips turn bright straw colored in winter. A good pot subject also, often pictured growing in a Cymbidium ...
Stock Number: 70897
Slowly slowly expanding vigorous dwarf with slim bundled rayed petite leaf blades, boldly variegated, on short very erect stems; bands of white multiple pinstripes give feathery striped effect--often the new foliage appears to be completely white as it emerges. Very popular with our customers for cool greenhouse bonsai...
Stock Number: 70898
Slim extremely erect short thickets of erect purplish culms punctuated with quite distinctive clumping node growths of thin bronzy leaves with slim white stripes. Unique habit among the hardy Bamboo we have trialed as more and more striped foliage emerges from the same tuft each year. Very successful in containers (but...
Stock Number: 65679
Native from Europe to Siberia, this "Solomon's Seal" is smaller statured than P. odoratum cultivars--slow to establish; best in high shade.
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Stock Number: 81005
Curious sophisticatedcultivar of "Japanese Knotweed" or "False Bamboo" producing wide brilliant cream marbled and strikingly frosted leaves. Brookside Gardens released this to us originally as Polygonum 'Variegate.' This Reynoutria species produces showy panicles of greenish-white flowers in late summer--but we have ne...
Stock Number: 81868
Yinger introduced this to our gardens (and we will never be able to forget): a quite remarkable clumping (sometimes wandering) member of the Buckwheats with new growth emerging coral in the spring to reach a five foot stature with leaves boldly splashed white, brilliant pink, bronze-green and emerald much valued for Ik...
Stock Number: 40751
Dense clusters of evergreen fronds. Demands at least partial shade and good drainage.
Stock Number: 41770
Swooping, looping branchlets of this contorted sport of "Trifoliate Orange" make this a conversation container subject--looking like a potted living barbed wire coil (barbs included); now also used as a dwarfing understock for citrus. Also, this is called "Chinese Bitter Orange." This "Karatachi" is hardy outdoors in o...
Stock Number: 71269
Spring leaves emerge a brilliant yellow gradually fading to a summer green; hybrid of deltoides x nigra resulting in a female form of "Ontario Popular." Seldom variegates in heat of the South; indeed, can fail to variegate even this far north in Ohio if the initial springtime temperatures are too high--especially is ni...
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Stock Number: 11470
"Bracken" or "Pasture Brake" Coarse green fronds to four feet densely hairy beneath. Cosmopolitan distribution. This is regulated as a pernicious weed in some Western states--check with your county agent before ordering this brute of a fern. In our climate this dramatic fern must be situated in full sun and poor soil t...
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Stock Number: 88575
The famous remarkable "Variegated Kudzu Vine" flaunting foliage brilliantly splashed creamy white - pinkish in full sun. We thank Barry Yinger for the initial start of this rare (not very vigorous) cultivar of an especially politically incorrect hardy vine.
Please inquire about this plant- species is on the Oh...
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Stock Number: 71121
Striking clusters of bright Chinese Red clusters of berries brilliant against the deep forest green foliage; wide shrub compactly, tightly foliaged, but still reaches 8 feet or more in our climate (we are told that it never reaches these proportions further north).This absolutely beautiful "Rutgers' Firethorn" stays qu...
Stock Number: 71296
"Crested Truffle Oak" Very small leaves are plaited, twisted asymmetrical; typically crowded at tips of shoot tips; discovered in 1917 in Savernake forest, England
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Stock Number: 81608
Glossy Foliage, delicately designed with markings that appear early with the bright shiny double lemon yellow flowers; Soon the entire plant goes dormant late spring until the folowing late winter.
Stock Number: 88649
Wonderful "Variegated Buttercup" with very low foliage toned metallic over golden centers framed with green crennations; a perfect palette of color for its bright yellow blossoms. This splendid carpeting groundcover tolerates shade but prefers moist, even boggy situation in good light to achieve its considerable beauty...
Stock Number: 40862
Double ranks of grass-like arched leaves only inches high line creeping soil-level rhizomes; basal reddish-magenta, scented basal flowers followed by ground level berries. This "Lily Turf Carpet" is valuable as groundcover for leggy plants; marginally hardy here even in mild winters.
Stock Number: 40863
Outstanding carpeting "False Lilyturf" with short, ranked leaves striped bright ivory; vigorous Japanese clone with brick red flowers followed by berries. Green species form marginally winter hardy here in Zone 6--this variegated clone is less hardy. A far more successful and gorgeous citizen of your cool greenhouse (n...
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...
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