Nursery - Mary's Plant Farm Nursery, Garden Center, and Landscaping. Unusual plants, gift shop, weddings, florist services. We sell shrubs, trees, roses, perennials, bulbs, containers, garden statuary, etc.

   Mary's Plant Farm
       
     513-892-2053     


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 CLIMBERS


The sizes of plants sold are not young transplants, but field grown plants ready to go into the landscape: the same plants that are sold directly at the nursery. We do not pot all plants in gallon size containers, but pot them in the correct size container for the root system and its required growing space.
KEY:
tender   bulbs/plants must be dug for winter & stored/potted
*   an herb and good landscape material
**   rockery
***   ground cover
shade  shade material
Z   hardiness zone (example: Z4)
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AMPELOPSIS BREVIPEDUNCULATA VARIEGATA shade - foliage splashed white, pink stems on new growth, porcelain blue berries does well in shade $12.50

ARSISTOLOCHIA (Dutchman's Pipe) shade - June bloom 1 gal. $15.00

CAMPSIS RADICANS (Trumpet Vine) more information  more information2
C. Radicans Rubra - orange-red bloom $14.50
C. T. Mme. Galen - apricot $14.50

CELASTRUS
C. Orbiculatus (Oriental Bittersweet) $14.50
C. Scandens (American Bittersweet) $14.50
C. Scandens 'Diane' - female American Bittersweet $14.50

CLEMATIS
Small flowering varieties
C. 'Mrs. Robert Brydon' - sprays of lav./blue open bell shapes bloom, Jul/Aug
1 gal. $20.00
C. Paniculata (Sweet Autumn) fragrant white sprays cover in Aug. shade
1 gal. $20.00
C. montana 'Rubens' - fragrant, pink $16.50  more information

Large flowering varieties (others available) 1 qt. $12.50 1 gal. $16.50
C. 'Bee's Jubilee' - light pink with dark pink bar
C. 'Blue Moon' - ruffled white fused with lilac
C. 'Carnaby' - white with large red bar stripe in center, red stamens
C. 'Dr. Rupple' - pink with darker stripe
C. 'Edouard Defosse' - mauve-lilac,redish stamen, tolerant of partial shade
C. 'Ernest Markham' - red
C. 'General Sikorski' - dark lavendar
C. 'Guernsey Cream' - yellow aging to cream, white stamens
C. 'Hagley Hybrid' - pink (also known as Pink Chiffon)
C. 'Henryi' - white
C. 'Jackmanii Superba' - dark purple
C. 'Lady Betty Balfour' - purple
C. 'Niobe' - dark ruby red
C. 'Veronicas Choice' - lavendar to mauve
C. 'Will Goodwin' - true blue

HYDRANGIA PETIOLARIS shade - climbing glossy foliage, flat lace capheads of white bloom, exfoliating bark, woody stems
3 gal. available for $52.00

IVY (HEDERA HELIX) shade see GROUND COVERS

LONICERA (Honeysuckle) The all summer blooming varieties are not invasive, not fragrant but have bright blooms for humming birds and have good foliage.
L. Aureo Reticulata (green & gold) *** - won't climb on its own must be trained, no bloom $9.95
L. Dropmore Scarlet - all summer bloom $14.95
L. Heckrottii - pink & gold all summer bloom $14.95
L. Halliana - fragrant, old fashioned, white & yellow bloom really climbs $3.00
L. x heckrottii 'Summer King' - clusters of tubular blooms in rose-red with golden throat, fragrant, all summer bloom. $14.95

PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA (Woodbine) - really climbs, gorgeous red autumn color, native $4.95

 

GUARANTEE:
Each order we send will be filled with stock of fine quality, packed with care to reach you in good live growing condition. If you are not entirely satisfied, return it at once for refund minus postage.

We are not responsible to replace plants that have failed due to conditions beyond our control such as possible neglect, weather, growing conditions or the lack of experience on the part of the gardener.



A Word About Native Plants: We offer many native varieties because we like them, but we do not collect them from the wild. We grow them from cuttings or seeds, and are listed as Native.

Prices subject to change.


All Material , 2000-2003.

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Last updated 2003 March 23.


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