Achillea millefolium ’Apple Blossom’ - YARROW (E/2’;S) Ferny foliage, flowers soft pink and white. Drought tolerant. Flowers June-Aug.
Achillea millefolium ‘Cassis’ – YARROW (E/24”;S) Flowers the first year you plant, with deep red flower umbels and prolific flowers. Excellent cut flower, drought tolerant. Blooms mid summer. Great butterfly plant.
Achillea millefolium ‘Cerise Queen’ - YARROW (E/2’;S) Deep pink flowers, which fade to buff. Great cut flower. Drought tolerant. Flowers May - Sept.
Achillea millefolium ‘Paprika’ - YARROW (E/2’;S) Flowers are paprika red with yellow centers. Very showy. Drought tolerant Flowers May-Nov.
Achillea millefolium ‘Proa’ - MEDICINAL YARROW (E/2’;S) White flowers. Most invasive of species. Drought tolerant
Achillea millefolium ‘Red Velvet’ – (E/3’;S) Dark rosy red flowers that won’t fade as they age. Excellent cut flower, and great for butterfly gardening. NEW IN 2006!
Achillea millefolium ‘Summer Wine’ - YARROW (E/2’;S) Flowers are pomegranate red. Very showy. Drought tolerant Flowers June-Aug. Introduced in 2004.
Achillea ‘Moonshine’ - (E/18";S) Grey ferny foliage, very tough, bright yellow flowers April-Dec. Great for drying.
Achillea tomentosa ‘Aurea’ – (E/2”;S) Fernlike, wooly, fragrant foliage makes a beautiful matlike groundcover, covered in mid summer with short golden flowers. Prefers very dry conditions, excellent drainage. NEW FOR 2006!
Achillea tomentosa ‘King Edward’ - YARROW (E/2";S) Low growing drought tolerant groundcover. It has very fuzzy grayish white leaves and short soft yellow flowers all summer. Do not overwater. NEW FOR 2006!
Agastache aurantiaca ‘Apricot Sprite’ – HYSSOP (H/16”;S-PS) Stunning apricot spikes, sweetly aromatic foliage, very compact grower. Excellent choice for small gardens or windy areas. NEW FOR 2006!
Agastache aurantiaca ‘Apricot Sunrise’ - HYSSOP. (H/3’;S-PS) Shrubby gray green leaves, delicate pale orange flowers are edible.
Agastache aurantiaca ‘Coronado' - HYSSOP. (H/3’;S-PS) Southwest native. Fragrant spires of fiery yellow stained with orange atop silver leaves from midsummer to frost. Needs excellent drainage to thrive. Hummingbird and butterfly attractor. Introduced in 2005.
Agastache 'Firebird'– HUMMINGBIRD HYSSOP. (H/18";S) Native to the southwest. Very drought tolerant. Spikes of brilliant true coral orange flowers throughout the summer and fall. Sweet anise scented leaves and flowers smell and taste great, are excellent for tea. Hummingbird favorite! Introduced in 2004.
Agastache foeniculum - ANISE HYSSOP (H/2-3’;S-PS) Heart shaped anise scented leaves, tall spikes of fuzzy purple flowers are edible. Bee plant. Leaves used for tea, potpourri.
Agastache mexicana - LEMON SCENTED MEXICAN HYSSOP. (H/3';S) Tall, columnar plant with leaves that smell and taste like lemon. Great tea plant, with the added benefit of edible deep pink flowers that attract hummingbirds.
Agastache astromontana ‘Pink Pop’ – HYSSOP (H/2-3’;S-PS) Excellent cut flower, tall soft pink spikes that are very attractive to hummingbirds. Blooms June-Oct with deadheading.
Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ – HYSSOP (H/2’;S-PS) Large purple flushed leaves smell of licorice. Dense heads of blue flowers July-September, use in salads and teas. Excellent hummingbird and honey bee plant. NEW FOR 2006!
Agastache rupestris – DESERT HYSSOP. (H/2’;S) Native to southern Arizona. Drought tolerant. Spikes of warm orange flowers, mid summer through fall. Anise scented leaves and flowers, great for tea. Hummingbird favorite!
Agastache ‘Summer Breeze’ - HYSSOP. (H/4’;S-PS) Masses of multi-colored flowers, in shades of pink, coral and mauve, on tall stalks make a vivid backdrop. Edible flowers, excellent for hummingbirds. Licorice scent.
Agastache ‘Tutti Fruiti’ - HYSSOP. (H/3’;S-PS) Very showy flowers. Masses of deep pink flowers on tall stalks make a vivid backdrop. Edible flowers, excellent for hummingbirds.
Agastache ‘Wildfire’ – (SE/2 ½’;S-PS) Very upright shrub, with small gray-green leaves that are extremely fragrant and amazing brilliant bright coral red flowers that attract hummingbirds, and taste great to humans too! NEW FOR 2006!
Alchemilla alpina - ALPINE LADY’S MANTLE (SE/6”;PS) Dark green lacy leaf , fast growing shady groundcover. Silvery undersides to leaves, small butter yellow blooms in early summer. Can handle some foot traffic. NEW FOR 2006!
Alchemilla mollis - LADY’S MANTLE (H/1’;Sh) Fan shaped leaves hold dew drops on leaf edge. Yellow flowers. Needs afternoon shade.
*Allium schoenoprasum - CHIVES (E/1’;S-Sh) Essential culinary. Easy to grow. Pink flowers in spring are edible, great in vinegars.
*Allium tuberosum - GARLIC CHIVES (H/18";S-PS) Broad flat leaves, strongly flavored of garlic. White edible flowers in summer. Self sows readily.
Aloe vera - (TP/2’;S-PS) Fleshy leaves are used for burns. Easy to grow houseplant.
Aloysia triphylla- LEMON VERBENA (H/3-6’;S-PS) A must have plant. Leaves are wonderfully lemony,great for teas, desserts,all kinds of cooking. Good container plant. Medicinal. Usually hardy to Zone 8, except in extreme winters. Deciduous during winter.
Althaea officinalis - MARSHMALLOW (H/2’;S) Robust plant, light pink flowers. Medicinal, usually roots. Easy to grow.
Anthoxanthum odoratum - SWEET VERNAL GRASS (H/1-2’;S-PS) Clumping grass with buff colored flowers in spring. Dried leaves and flowers smell like vanilla. Used for incense, basketry.
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi - BEARBERRY (E/1’;PS-S) California native. Umbel shaped pink flowers in spring, berries in winter. Medicinal. Good for growing around oak trees.
Angelica archangelica - ANGELICA (H/3-5’;S-PS) Looks like a huge dill plant. Seeds, leaves and stalks are edible. Medicinal.
Arnica chamissonis - MEADOW ARNICA (H/1-2’;PS) Native plant to northwestern U.S., beautiful yellow flowers. Same medicinal properties as the harder to grow european arnica, A. montana.
Artemisia abrotanum - COMMON SOUTHERNWOOD (H/3’;S) Feathery grey foliage, citrusy musky scent. Inscet repellent.
Artemisia abrotanum 'Tangerine'- (H/3’;S) Feathery grey foliage, delightful citrusy musky scent. Inscet repellent.
Artemisia absinthium - WORMWOOD (H/3’;S) Fine grey foliage, small white flowers, insect repellent, medicinal, wreaths.
Artemisia douglasiana - CALIFORNIA NATIVE MUGWORT (H/10’;S) Large growing native, extremely invasive, so use only in contained areas, or on dry hillsides where some erosion control is necessary. Pungent scented leaves, used for smudging. Medicinal plant, used to regulate blood sugar, aid in poor digestion. Small white flowers. Prune heavily.
Artemisia dracunculus ‘Sativa’ - FRENCH TARRAGON (H/2’;S-PS) Slender stems of green leaves, smell like anise. Excellent culinary, good for fish and vegetables. Never flowers.
Artemisia lactiflora ‘Guizho’ - WHITE MUGWORT (H/4’;S) Mahogany red stems with dark red foliage. Sprays of creamy shite flowers held on tall stems in summer. Great addition to the drought tolerant garden.
Artemisia lactiflora ‘Valerie Finnis’ - (H/2-4’;S) Very white jagged broad leaves. Stems topped by fresh rosettes of emerging leaves. Very drought tolerant, great for moon gardens.
Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’ - (E/2’;S) Fast growing, large plant, musky smell. Rarely flowers. Easy to grow. Silver foliage.
Artemisia versicolor ‘Sea Foam’ - (H/18";S) Finely filigreed silver-gray foliage that gives a frothy appearance on a woody stemmed plant, much sturdier than Artemisia 'Silver Mound', and more unusual. Introduced in 2005.
Artemisia vulgaris - MUGWORT - (H/3-4’;S) Tall open growing plant, leaves used medicinally, for sleep pillows. Self sows.
Artemisia vulgaris 'Oriental Limelight'- VARIEGATED MUGWORT - (H/2-3’;PS) Ornamental , with striking white and green foliage. Best in afternoon shade in hot inland areas, full sun on coast. Self sows, seedlings are also variegated. Small white flowers.
Asclepias tuberosa – PLEURISY ROOT (H/2-3’;S) Bright orange-red flowers are worthy of attention as an ornamental. Roots act specifically on the lungs as an expcectorant and anti-inflammatory. Attracts butterflies, especially Monarchs.
Ballota pseudodictamus - FALSE DITTANY (E/12";S-PS) Soft grey fuzzy foliage, unusual green flower spikes. Good background. plant.
Belamcanda chinensis – BLACKBERRY LILY (H/3’;PS-Sh) Clusters of red spotted orange/yellow flowers on iris like foliage, a great statement in a shadier garden. Beautiful cut flower, interesting berries. NEW FOR 2006!
Buddleja alternifolia - FOUNTAIN BUTTERFLY BUSH (SE/12’;S) Weeping habit, profuse clusters of fragrant lilac colored flowers. Butterfly and hummingbird plant. Drought tolerant. Prune after bloom.
Buddleja davidii ‘Adonis Blue’ – (SE/4-5’;S) Deep blue flowers of large size and great fragrance on a much more compact plant. Much easier to maintain a manageable size. Great for cutting, and in butterfly and hummingbird gardens. Grown in a 5 ½ inch pot. NEW FOR 2006!
Buddleja davidii ‘Black Knight’ - (SE/6’;S) Deep purple flowers. Good cut flower. Hummingbird, butterfly plant. Prune early in spring, deadhead after bloom.
Buddleja davidii ‘Dartmoor' - (SE/6’;S) Bold deep lilac flowers, unusual for multiple blooms on single stem. Introduced in 2005.
Buddleja davidii ‘Harlequin’ - (SE/6’;S) Variegated foliage, bright purple flowers, yellow centers. Butterfly plant. Prune as above.
Buddleja davidii ‘Peacock’ – (SE/4-5’;S) Big pink fragrant flowers on a neat compact plant. Bred to be a more manageable size. Good for attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Grown in a 5 ½ inch pot. NEW FOR 2006!
Buddleja davidii ‘Petite Plum’ - (SE/3-4’;S) Deep purple flowers on a smaller, more compact plant.
Buddleja davidii ‘Pink Charming’ (SE/6';S) Fragrant pink flowers, excellent for cutting. Butterfly, hummingbird plant. Prune as above.
Buddleja davidii ‘Royal Red' (SE/6-8’;S) Rich purple red flowers, excellent for cutting. Butterfly plant. Prune as above. Introduced in
Buddleja davidii ‘White Bouquet’ (SE/6’;S) Fragrant white flowers, excellent for cutting. Butterfly plant. Prune as above.
Buddleja x weyeriana ‘Sungold’ - (SE/6’;S) Rounded, yellow flower heads.
Calamintha grandiflora ‘Variegata’ - VARIEGATED CALAMINT (H/2’;PS) White splotchy variagation.
Calamintha nepeta - NEPITELLA (SE/1’;S) A regional favorite in Tuscany where it is added to mushroom dishes and green vegetables for its distinctive minty flavor. Very easy to grow. Introduced in 2004.
Capparis spinosa - CAPER BUSH (H/3-4’;S) Spiny, sprawling bush with silvery white foliage, white flowers to 2 inches across. Mediterranean native. Flower buds are the source of true capers.
Caryopteris ‘Sunshine’ – (SE/3’;S) A strong growing plant with large sunny yellow foliage. A rich amethyst blue flower make this a real eyecatcher. Deer resistant. Great butterfly plant. Blooms all summer. NEW FOR 2006!
Cedronella canariensis - BALM OF GILEAD (H/3'; PS) Upright herb with three lobed leaves, showy pink flowers and a warm balsamitic scent. Great for containers. Plant where you will be able to smell this fabulous scent during warm summer evenings. Introduced in
Centranthus ruber - JUPITER’S BEARD (SE/3’;S-PS) Fast growing, deep green leaves with fragrant, deep pink flowers. Reseeds easily. Good cut flower. Butterfly and hummingbird plant.
Cestrum ‘Ruby Clusters’ – (E/2-4’;S-PS) Upright evergreen shrub has dark slightly downy foliage with clusters of showy, crimson red flowers at the branch tip, followed by reddish purple berries in the fall. Benefits from hard pinching early in its growth. Great hummingbird plant. Grown in 5 ½ inch pots. NEW FOR 2006!
Chamaemelum nobile - ROMAN CHAMOMILE (SE/6”;PS) Groudcover for semi-shade. Fragrant foliage, smells like apple. Small yellow and white flowers fot teas, soaps, baths, sleep pillows.
Chrysanthemum pacificum - (H/18";S-PS) Low growing hardy chrysanthemum grown as much for its foliage as its flowers. Pointed silvery gray foliage sparkles in the sun, small double white flowers in the fall are good cut flowers and for drying.
Codonopsis pilosula (SE/6’;Sh) Also known as Dang shen. Shade loving vine produces unusual green bell shaped flowers. Roots have ginseng like properties and are used to strengthen the immune system.
Coloasia esculenta 'Black Magic' - BLACK LEAF TARO (H/1-6’;PS-Sh) A spectacular black elephant ear that can reach 6 feet in height in the right conditions. A great plant for large containers, it is equally at home in the border or near the pond. Does best in moist soil. A great tropical appearance plant. Introduced in 2005.
Coloasia esculenta 'Illustris' - IMPERIAL TARO (H/1-4’;PS-Sh) A very dramatic almost black, big leaved elephant ear with show green venation. Needs constant moisture to look its best. Great container plant for the gardener who likes to water, or use it in a bog or even water garden. Great to add a tropical effect to the garden. Introduced in 2004.
Conoclinium (Eupatorium) coelestinum 'Blue' - MIST FLOWER, HARDY AGERATUM (H/2-3';PS) Native to the midwestern US. Clusters of bright blue flowers in the fall always draw attention in our garden. Attracts butterflies and native beneficial insects. Slightly invasive, spreading several feet underground, but the flowers make it worth the trouble. Give moderate water and lots of compost. Introduced in 2005.
Cosmos astrosanguineus - CHOCOLATE COSMOS (H/1 1/2’;S-PS) Deep maroon flower heads with slightly darker brown disk florets. Delicious chocolate scent when the flowers are rubbed. Erect then spreading with reddish brown stems and coarsely cut dark green foliage. Introduced in 2004.
Cuphea hyssopifolia ‘Reverdene Gold’ (TP/12”;PS) Showy variegated golden foliage with delicate reddish-purple flowers. Compact grower, excellent in mixed containers. Beautiful even when it isn’t in bloom. NEW FOR 2006!
Cuphea llevera 'Bat Face' - BAT FACE CUPHEA (TP/1 1/2’; PS) Perhaps one of the cutest plants we grow, with long bloomin sprays of purple and red flowers that really do look like happy little bat faces. Great for containers, adds plenty of color to shady gardens. A must for the children's garden. Needs protection from heavy frost.
Cuphea miniata ‘Firefly’ – (TP/12”;PS) A beautiful little cuphea, reminiscent of Bat Face but with a more slender flower and a deeper scarlet color. Lots of fun to grow, blooms all summer and fall, great for pots, hanging baskets. NEW FOR 2006!
Cymbopogon citratus - LEMONGRASS (H/3’;S-PS) Clumping grass, long lemon scented leaves, enlarged bases used for Asian cooking, teas.
Cynara cardunculus - CARDOON (SE/6’;S) Looks like a huge artichoke. Beautiful purple thistle flowers, excellent for drying.
Datura metel - DATURA, JIMSONWEED (TP/3-5’;S) Large growing plant with sweet smelling white trumpet shaped flowers. All parts are poisonous.
Digitalis purpurea ‘Apricot’ - FOXGLOVE (SE/3-4’;PS-Sh) Large growing plant with tall apricot colored bell shaped flowers on tall flower spikes. Useful for background plant. Poisonous.
Digitalis purpurea ‘Foxy’ - (B/2-3’;PS-Sh) Short lived, with flower spikes in pinks and purples. Shorter growing, so heavy flowering stems do not have a tendency to fall over. Lives 3-4 years. Poisonous.
Digitalis x mertonensis - STRAWBERRY FOXGLOVE (P/3-5’;PS-Sh) Showy tall flower spikes in soft shades of pink. Poisonous.
Echinacea angustifolia - PALE PURPLE CONEFLOWER (H/1-2’;S-PS) Showy clumps of pale purple flowers, excellent for cutting, attractive to butterflies. Considered by many to be the best medicinal coneflower. Needs excellent drainage to thrive.
Echinacea ‘Double Decker’ – (H/40”;S-PS) Unique double coneflower bloom – one where you would expect it, and one from the top of the bright orange cone. Double blooms usually don’t occur until the second year. Blooms late summer. NEW FOR 2006!
Echinacea ‘Harvest Moon’ - (H/2’;S-PS) Lovely mango colored petals radiate around a warm orange center. Blooms July-September. A great new coneflower color addition. NEW FOR 2006!
Echinaea ‘Kim’s Knee High’ – (H/12-18”;S-PS) Brand new Echinacea, bred to bloom at very short heights. Works well in small gardens and containers. Very long lasting deep violet blooms attract butterflies. NEW FOR 2006!
Echinacea pallida - PALE PURPLE CONEFLOWER (H/2-3’;S-PS) Showy clumps of light lavender flowers, excellent for cutting, attracts butterflies. One of the primary medicinals. Easy to grow. Very slender flower rays.
Echinacea paradoxa - YELLOW CONEFLOWER (H/2’;S-PS) A rare species, with buttery yellow blooms. Excellent cut flower, attracts butterflies, a must have for the plant collector. Medicinal.
Echinacea purpurea - PURPLE CONEFLOWER (H/2-3’;S-PS) Showy clumps of bright purple flowers, excellent for cutting, butterflies. Medicinal. Easy to grow.
Echinacea purpurea ‘Bravado’ – (H/3’;S-PS) Huge deep purple flowers with big orange centers. Great cut flowers, very long lasting cut and in the garden. Blooms mid summer through fall. NEW FOR 2006!
Echinacea purpurea ‘White Swan’ - Same as above, but with white flowers with green centers. Not medicinal.
Echinacea ‘Sundown’ – (H/2-3’/S-PS) A beautiful new Echinacea series from the Saul Brothers of Georgia. You can see these blooming all the way down the block! Overlapping, vibrant coral petals tipped in pastel salmon are big and showy in the garden. Bred for fragrance also, these smell like vanilla. NEW FOR 2006!
Echinacea ‘Sunrise’ – (H/3’;S-PS) Another beautiful new Echinacea series from the Saul Brothers of Georgia. These have been bred to have 5 inch blooms of soft yellow with a golden cone. Incredibly fragrant and sturdy stemmed. You will love this new coneflower, and so will all of your butterflies! NEW FOR 2006!
Echinacea tennessensis - PURPLE CONEFLOWER (H/2’;S-PS) Showy clumps of dark purple flowers, different from other coneflowers as the flower petals are recurved rather than reflexed. Excellent for cutting, attracts butterflies. Medicinal. Rare and endangered. Easy to grow, just give good drainage.
Echium fastuosum ‘Pride of Madeira’ – (E/6’;S) Shrublike, very Mediterranean climate plant, with 2 ft spires of violet blue flowers and short gray green sword shaped leaves. Looks great in a xeric garden landscape. Long blooming. NEW FOR 2006!
Ensete ventricosum ‘Maurelli’ – RED BANANA (TP/3-8’;PS) Add a dramatic tropical touch to your garden. Wonderful addition to big containers or in courtyards. Trunk, stems and undersides of leaves are a rich dark red. NEW FOR 2006!
Eriocephalus Africana – (TP/6’;S-PS) Attractive white flowers cover this “rosemary look-alike” plant all summer. Can be used as a culinary with a strong pleasant fragrance. Prefers a very dry climate. Pinch to achieve a full, bushy plant. NEW FOR 2006!
Eupatorium purpureum - JOE PYE WEED (H/6’;S-PS) Beautiful rosy purple flowers on tall stems that have the appearance of bamboo. A large showy specimen plant, flowers are sweet smelling and attract beneficial insects. Medicinal.
Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate' - CHOCOLATE JOE PYE WEED (H/2-3’;PS-Sh) Robust perennial with clusters of tiny white flowers above reddish cocoa brown foliage. Excellent for the shade garden.
Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fen's Ruby' - SPURGE (H/6";S-PS) Very finely textured leaves emerge ruby-red and fade to bluish-green. Topped in summer by heads of small chartreuse flowers.
Euporbia ‘Helena’ – SPURGE (E/10”;PS) Beautiful variegated foliage of green and white, with eye popping chartreuse flowers. Add color and interest to a semi shady landscape or containers. NEW FOR 2006!
Euphorbia x martinii - SPURGE (E/3’;PS-SH) Chartreuse flower bracts and glowing red pistils. Blooms May through mid-fall. Pretty gray green foliage reddens for winter.
*Foeniculum vulgare ‘Purpureum’ - BRONZE FENNEL (H/3-4’;S) Feathery purple/bronze foliage, smells like licorice. Foliage, seeds and stems are culinary.
Fragaria indica (E/5”;S-Sh) Runnerless strawberry, used for edging and natural planting. Small sweet berries. NEW FOR 2006!
Fragaria vesca - ALPINE STRAWBERRY (E/6";S-Sh) Manageable sized plants do not produce runners, so can be kept in the herb garden or in pots. Produce small very sweet berries throughout the summer.
Galium odoratum - SWEET WOODRUFF (H/6";Sh) Dark green shade loving groundcover with star shaped white flowers in spring. Dried leaves smell like vanilla. Used in potpourri, winemaking.
Galvezia speciosa 'Boca Rosa' - ISLAND BUSH SNAPDRAGON (TP/3';PS) Ca. native. Drought tolerant, excellent for hummingbirds. Scarlet flowers at tips of branches. Blooms heavies in spring, sporadically throughout summer and fall.
Gaura ‘Corrie’s Gold’ -(SE/2-3’;S-PS) Narrow variegated foliage with long prolific sprays of pinkish-white orchid type flowers.
Gaura lindheimeri ‘Dauphin’ -(SE/5-7’;S) Super sized gaura with tall, billowing stems of butterfly flowers that open light pink and fade to white. Best in full sun with excellent drainage. Well branched and very floriferous. Trim in early spring for greater bushiness. Sterile, will not self sow. Introduced in 2004.
Gaura lindheimeri ‘Passionate Blush’ – (SE/2’;S-PS) Dark reddish green foliage. Creates a dramatic impact with masses of light pink flowers over deep colored foliage. Very compact grower Heavy bloomer spring and summer. Shear lightly to keep flowering.
Gaura lindheimeri ‘Passionate Rainbow’ – (SE/2’;S-PS) Cream and green variegated leaves with pink flowers. A compact growing Gaura, excellent for containers, or small garden spaces. Heavy bloomer spring and summer. Shear lightly to keep flowering.
Gaura ‘Siskiyou Pink’ (SE/2-3’;S-PS) Deep pink orchid type flowers bloom April-Dec. Easy to grow, and very hardy. One of our best sellers.
Geraniums - Geranium sp. - Trailing, Fancy Leaf, Stellar
Geranium 'Arctic Red' - Semi double blooms of true fire engine red and white on compact trailing geranium. Natural branching habit eliminates need for pinching. Excellent heat tolerance, grows well in full sun. Excellent in hanging baskets and window boxes. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium 'Black Magic' - A customer favorite at the farm in 2004!! Large deep purple flowers are beautiful when paired with white or pastels. The long trailing habit, up to 3 ft, and large double flowers are stunning in large hanging baskets and containers. Excellent heat tolerance in sun or part shade. Introduced in 2004.
Geranium ‘Chinese Cactus’ – Stellar geranium, smaller maple like leaves. Dark green leaves with dark center zone, salmon colored star shaped blooms. Grows to 14”, excellent in pots and window boxes. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium ‘Contrast’ – Fancy leaf geranium. Leaves have a creamy edge, bronze zone in the center. Single scarlet flower. Medium sized upright plant. Part shade is best. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium 'Dark Red' - Pelargonium x hortorum. Excellent heat tolerance, does well in full sun. Upright habit to 2 feet. A traditional large flowered geranium. A true dark red color with velvet undertones. This is a well branched plant that is free flowering and very heat tolerant. Perfect in containers, borders or mass garden plantings. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium 'Flamingo' - Pelargonium x hortorum . Lovely apple blossom colored flowers are an excellent choice for containers, color bowls and planting beds. Excellent heat tolerance, plant in sun or part shade. Can grow to 4 ft, sturdy mounding habit. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium 'Graffiti Pink' - Soft pink stellar type flowers borne on large heads with dark leaf zone. A unique and special plant to add an unusual and curious accent to any colorful planting. Good heat tolerance. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium ‘Happy Thoughts’ – Leaves are so beautiful on this one that you will enjoy it even when not in bloom. Leaves are yellow edged with green center. Big single cherry red flower. Upright grower, to 20 inches. Great for sun or part shade. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium 'Holiday Red Blizzard' - This is a Morningsun must have plant. A stunning bloom of red and white variegation top this early blooming ivy geranium. A medium sized plant, it is well branched and very floriferous. Excellent for use in hanging baskets, window boxes and as a durable accent plant in color bowls. Heat tolerant and a top performer as a groundcover plant. Self cleaning and does not require removal of old flowers. Need we say more? Introduced in 2005.
Geranium ‘Mrs Pat’ – Stellar geranium, small maple shaped leaves that are golden in color, with a bronze center zone. Bloom is a salmon pink. Grows to 1 ft, very showy and unusual. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium ‘Occold Shield’ - Low growing fancy leaf geranium, to 1 ft, with a soft golden leaf with a center bronze zone. Large double orange flowers make this a very unusual specimen. Grow in part shade to prevent leaf burn. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium ‘Petals’ – Sturdy upright plant with large stiff leaves. Leaves are dark green with thick white edge. Flowers are single hot pink. Does well in sun or part shade. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium 'Ruby Dream' - We got plenty of requests for a geranium with a deep red flower last year, and we found a truly beautiful specimen. A dark, velvet red double flowers with an excellent trailing habit, up to 3 1/2 feet. Extremely showing in hanging baskets and containers. Excellent heat tolerance, plant in sun or part shade. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium 'Salmon Rose' - A stellar type geranium with bright salmon rose flowers and a dark leaf zone, nice mounding habit to 3 1/2 feet. Good heat tolerance. Plant in sun or part shade Geranium 'Arctic Red' - Semi double blooms of true fire engine red and white on compact trailing geranium. Natural branching habit eliminates need for pinching. Excellent heat tolerance. Excellent in hanging baskets and window boxes. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium 'Tutti Frutti' - Stunning magenta rose flowers with a darker scarlet red center are exquisite and eye catching. Long trailing habit, to 3 1/2 feet. Excellent heat tolerance, grow in sun to part shade. Excellent in hanging baskets and window boxes. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium ‘Vancouver Centennial’ – Back in stock after several years, this delicate looking stellar geranium has deep green maple like leaves with a deep bronze zone. Gorgeous, especially in containers in semi-shady areas of the garden. Grows to 1 ft tall. Blooms are intense scarlet.
Geranium 'White Glitter' - One of our favorites at the farm, White Glitter's unique star shaped flowers give the appearance of glitter when in full bloom. The white flower heads have small red flecks that give the flowers their unique appearance. 3 1/2 to 4 feet mounded habit, very sturdy grower in sun or part shade. Good heat tolerance. Introduced in 2005.
Geranium ‘Wilhelm Languth’ – Exotic geranium with a white edge on a deep green leaf and very showy double red flowers. Does well in sun or afternoon shade. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium yoshinoi 'Confetti' - Like snow falling on cedars, this new introduction has a unique variegated leaf. Confetti-like splashes cover the foliage, brightest in the spring and on new growth. Multitudes of small pink flowers bloom through late spring and summer. Nice low spreading habit. Pink tones in foliage during cool spring time and in the winter. Plant in sun or part shade. Only 8 inches tall, but can spread 3 feet. Will self sow, but who cares?? Butterfly plant. Introduced in 2005.
True Geraniums - Cranesbill
Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘St. Old’ – (SE/12”;PS-Sh) Immaculate pure white open faced flowers from spring to early summer among fragrant, evergreen foliage. Good fall color, deer resistant. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium cinereum 'Lawrence Flatman' - (SE/10";PS) Compact clumping geranium, with small fluted leaves and covered with 1 inch magenta veined and splotched flowers. Blooms May-Sept. Very popular and easy to grow.
Geranium endressii 'Wargrave Pink' - (SE/15";PS) Thick, nearly weed proof groundcover with many bright rose flowers. Very long blooming, June - Sept.
Geranium himalayense - (SE/20";PS-Sh) Large deeply veined blue flowers with violet tines; lush wavy foliage. Great for shady groundcover. Blooms June-Sept.
Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Variegatum’ – (SE/12”;PS) Beautiful grayish green leaves are boldly splashed with cream, pale yellow and magenta. Deep pink flowers. Brightens up your shady garden. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium x magnificum – (SE/24”;PS) Large bright blue-violet flowers on a dense bushy plant. Summer bloom with beautiful fall color. Grows 2-3 ft wide. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium x oxonianum 'Claridge Druce'- (SE/18";PS) Dense vigorous semi-evergreen groundcover with lilac pink flowers; spreads by self sowing. Blooms June-Aug.
Geranium ‘Patricia’ – (SE/24”;PS-S) Dark eyed magenta flowers adorn this extremely long-blooming, rambling and wide growing hardy geranium. Grows to 4 ft wide. Beautiful under roses. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium x riversleaianum 'Mavis Simpson' - (SE/8";PS) Silky silver leaves and pale pink flowers weave through nearby perennials. Blooms May-Oct.
Geranium robertianum - HERB ROBERT (SE/18";PS-Sh) Attractive lacy foliage topped by clusters of small purple flowers. Excellent for shade garden. Foliage used as salad green, tea.
Geranium ‘Rozanne’ – (SE/18”;PS) Violet saucer shaped flowers with white centers stand out against deep green foliage that is slightly marbled. One of the longest blooming geraniums available. NEW FOR 2006!
Geranium sanguineum 'New Hampshire' (SE/16";PS) Large deep magenta flowers all summer, with broad foliage. Very tough and hardy.
Geum ‘Mango Lassi' (E/1’;S-PS) Large delicate soft orange double flowers take on shades of apricot to mango. Evergreen foliage clump stays neat and compact. Beautiful selection for mixed borders. Introduced in 2004.
Geum ‘Mrs Bradshaw’ (SE/1-3’;S-PS) Deep green rosettes of full foliage with bright orange and yellow flowers. Very showy, easy to grow, and long blooming - April-July. Good container plant.
Ginkgo biloba - MAIDENHAIR TREE (D/100';S-PS) Beautiful shade tree, valuable medicinal herb. Leaves are fan shaped, and the tree puts on a beautiful fall display of color.
Helenium 'Zimbelstern' - HELEN'S FLOWER (H/4’;S) Clusters of golden flowers with maroon highlights on the petals. Chartreuse cone ages to burnt sienna. Excellent free flowering selection, great for cutting, attracting butterflies.
Helenium ‘Helena Red Shades’ (H/3’;S) - True deep red flowers with yellow picotee edge, fabulous and magnificent fall blooms. This is a great cut flower, also very attractive to butterflies. The perfect fall flower, but plant in the spring to get a big established plant by fall. NEW FOR 2006!
Helianthus 'Flore Pleno' (H/6’;S) Beautiful dark green-leaved plant with countless 2 inch golden yellow double dahlia-like sunflowers. Great for cutting. Blooms July-Sept.
Helichrysum italicum - CURRY PLANT (E/1-2’;S) Narrow grey leaves smell like curry, but do not give the curry flavor in cooking. Small yellow flowers in summer good for drying. Good container plant, drought tolerant.
Helichrysum italicum 'nana'- DWARF CURRY PLANT (E/6-12";S) Same as above, but leaves, flowers and overall size are much smaller. Great for bonsai. Good container plant, drought tolerant.
Helichrysum petiolare ‘Limelight’- (TP/2’;PS-Sh) Foliage plant which send out long trailing fuzzy branches set with chartreuse-yellow oval leaves. Excellent in containers. Hardy to about 25 degrees.
Helichrysum petiolare ‘Licorice Splash’ - (TP/8-12";PS-Sh) Bushy and compact habit. Foliage is evenly variegated pale green and white. Excellent in containers as a foliage plant. Must protect from frost. Introduced in 2004.
Helichrysum 'Ruby Cluster' (TP/8-10";PS) Showy clusters of spherical pink buds are cradled in soft, silvery foliage. Stiff, starry white flowers with yellow centers mature to a soft oatmeal hue. Needs to be very dry to thrive. Shear after flowering to keep neat and attractive all summer. Great for containers. Introduced in 2004.
Heliotropium ‘Nagano’ – (E/14”;S-PS) Fragrant deep purple flowers top this vigorous low growing shrub. NEW FOR 2006!
Heuchera 'Amethyst Mist' - CORAL BELLS (SE/16";PS-Sh) A cool silver mist cloaks the amethyst foliage and produces a shade that's unlike any other burgundy. This glossy leaved clump can achieve an impressive 2 feet across! Introduced in 2004.
Heuchera x brizoides 'Firefly' - CORAL BELLS (SE/1’;PS-Sh) Large green leaves with vermillion red bells, attractive to hummingbirds. Blooms May-July.
Heuchera dolce hybrid 'Crème Brulee' - CORAL BELLS (SE/16";PS-Sh) Creamy golden colored foliage takes on rosy brown sugar highlights as the summer heats up. Introduced in 2005.
Heuchera dolce hybrid 'Key Lime Pie' - CORAL BELLS (SE/16";PS-Sh) Lively lime green foliage becomes more intense in the fall; a stunning new introduction that lights up shadier garden spaces. Introduced in 2005.
Heuchera macrantha 'Palace Purple' - CORAL BELLS (SE/18";PS-Sh) Purple foliage with creamy white flowers. Blooms May-June. Excellent for foliage color in shady areas of the garden.
Heuchera sanguinea 'Monet' - CORAL BELLS (SE/8";PS-Sh) Brilliant white foliage splashed with dark green make this Monet a masterpiece. Red flowers top off this vigorous selection. Leaves are larger than most selections of this species. Pink foliage color in fall. Good drainage is necessary. Introduced in 2005.
Heuchera sanguinea ‘Snow Angel’ – (SE/6-12”;PS-Sh) Maple shaped leaves are marbled with light cream variegation topped with spikes of pink bell like flowers. Very delicate looking, but very sturdy in the garden.
Hibiscus acetosella 'Maple Sugar' - (H/1-3’;PS) Excellent textural appeal in the garden, with a maple shaped leaf that has a red to purplish cast all summer. Try this one as the centerpiece of a shady container garden, mixed in with Heuchera 'Crème Brulee'. NEW FOR 2005!!
Hierochloe odorata - SWEET GRASS (H/1’;S) Grass, smells like vanilla when dried, used in incense and basketry. Can be invasive.
Houttuynia 'Chameleon' - FISH MINT (H/6";PS-Sh) Vivid red, yellow and green foliage, flowers in June-Aug. Prefers moisture and tolerates standing water. Great as a marginal water plant. Can be invasive in wet areas. Fast growing groundcover. Culinary.
Humulus lupulus - HOPS (H/20’;S) Fast growing vine, prefers deep regular watering. Large green leaves and greenish yellow flowers in late summer that are used for beer, teas, medicinal and crafts.
Hypericum perforatum - ST. JOHNS WORT (H/2-3’;S) Grows like a groundcover except when it flowers in June. Bright yellow flowers used medicinally. Self sows easily.
Hypericum ‘Tricolor’ - VARIEGATED ORNAMENTAL ST. JOHNS WORT (P/1-2’;PS-S) Tall growing groundcover, with green foliage heavily variegated with white and pink. Yellow flowers. Very stunning landscape plant. Not medicinal.
Hyssopus officinalis - HYSSOP (H/2’;S) Dark green leaves and deep blue flowers on small rounded shrub. Tea, medicinal.