Family: Sapindaceae Zone:3 - 9 Natural Range:Europe Soil: Humus rich, well drained Light: Sun, part sun Height: 15' - 25' Bloom Time: May to June Attributes: Deciduous. Deeply lobed, cut-leaf. Small white flowers. Notes: Smaller growing than the species.
Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 7 - 9 Natural Range: Pacific Northwest Soil: Average to moist, humus rich Light: Part sun Height: 12" to 36" Bloom Time: May to July Attributes: Deciduous. Leaves with petioles up to 12" tall. Toothed leaves to 8" across. Many white flowers on tall, dense spikes. Short spreading rhizomes. Subtle earthy sweet fragrance. Notes: Grows in shady forests and wet mountain meadows often with Lilium pardalinum, Aconitum occidentale, Thelyepteris nevadensis, and even swamp Allium.
Family: Plantaginaceae Zone: 5 - 9 Natural Range: Midwestern and Eastern US Soil: Average, moist humus rich Light: Sun, part shade Height: 28" Bloom Time: July to September Attracts: Bees Pest Resistance: Deer Attributes: Deciduous. Clump-forming perennial with deep carmine rose flowers. Notes: Appreciates organically rich compost.
Family: Cornaceae Zone:5 - 9 Natural Range:Hybrid Soil: Average humus rich, well drained Light: Part shade Height: 7' Bloom Time: May to June Attributes: Deciduous. Numerous pink flowers. Notes: Pink flowering selection from Japan. Smaller stature making 'Benji Fuji' a good choice for smaller gardens.
Family: Cornaceae Zone:5 - 9 Natural Range:China Soil: Average humus rich, well drained Light: Part shade, sun Height: 15' Bloom Time: May to June Attributes: Deciduous. Yellow-green variegated leaves. Pure white flowers. Bright gold and pink fall foliage. Notes: Charming variegated selection from Japan.
Family: Iridaceae Zone: 6 - 10 Natural Range: Hybrid Soil: Average, humus rich Light: Sun Height: 24" Bloom Time: August to September Attracts: Hummingbirds, Butterflies, bees Pest Resistance: Deer, Rabbit Attributes: Deciduous, clumping. Bright golden-yellow flowers stand tightly together in rows on gracefully arched stems. Broad, sword-like leaves. Notes: Demonstrates good vigor, long flowering and reliable hardiness. Not a thug! Great for cut flowers.
Desfontania spinosa (Chilean Holly)Family: Columelliaceae Zone: 7 - 10 Natural Range: Central America and South America Soil: Average, moist Light: sun Height: 4' - 8' Bloom Time: June to July Attributes: Evergreen, holly like leaves. Red tubular flowers with yellow ring at the tip. Notes: Native to the forests and mountains of South America.
Disanthus cercidifolius 'Ena Nishiki' (Redbud Hazel)Family: Hamamelidaceae Zone: 6 - 9 Natural Range: China, Japan Soil: Average, humus rich, well drained Light: part shade Height: 6' - 10' Attributes: Deciduous. 3" heart shaped leaves with cream-white variegation. Brilliantly colored fall leaves that are shaped like a redbud. Notes: One of the showiest fall colored shrub, yet is still infrequently encountered in gardens. There is a fantastic specimen at the Rhododendron Species Foundation Garden in Federal Way Washington. Plant in an area that is mostly shady with a few hours of direct sun. The fall display has colors ranging from green - blue - red - yellow. When the leaves overlap you can get two tones, one color on the outside and another where they were touching.
Zone: 4-9 Natural Range: Hybrid Soil: Average, rich well-drained soil Light: Shade, part sun Height: 12" - 16" Bloom Time: April to May Pest Resistance: Deer, Rabbit Attributes: Deciduous. Rich pink petals and long, contrasting pinkish white spurs. Notes: Good growing hybrid.
Hepatica nobilis var. japonica 'Subaru' (Liverleaf)Family:Ranunculaceae Zone: 3 - 8 Natural Range: Hybrid Soil: Average, humus rich Light: Part shade, filtered Height: 6” Bloom Time: March to April Attributes: Deciduous. Clumping. Fully double, purple-blue petals getting lighter towards the center. Mottled foliage. Notes: Plant in the foreground with other early blooming woodlanders. OUT OF STOCK
Zone:8 - 10 Natural Range: Mexico, southeast Arizona and southwest New Mexico Soil: Average Light: Sun Height: 50' Bloom Time: NA Attributes: Evergreen. Needles to 5" long. Ovoid seed cones are solitary or in whorls of 2-5. The sheath around the needle fascicles is shed as the needles expand. Notes: The natural range is primarily in Mexico that extends into the United States. In the wild Pinus leiophylla grows between 1600m and 3000m altitude.
Family: Ranunculaceae Zone: 4 - 9 Natural Range: Europe Soil: Average to moist, humus rich Light: Sun to Part sun Height: 24" Bloom Time: March to May Attributes: Deciduous. Tall wispy stems above deep green palmately lobed foliage. Numerous, bright yellow double flowers with a bit of green in the center. Notes: Makes great cut flowers.
Family: Roseaceae Zone: 7 - 9 Natural Range: Hybrid; Rosa wardii x moyesii Soil: Average, humus rich Light: Sun, part sun Height: 6' - 8' Bloom Time: June to July Attracts: Bees Pest Resistance: NA Attributes: Deciduous. Pink flowers with yellow center. Attractive large red fruit fall and winter Notes: Easy growing and attractive cross that works well in the naturalistic landscape.
Pot Size: Medium Band Pot
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