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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.
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)
All are native. Wildflowers to us are the plants we nurture or allow to reseed in areas where we can walk in early Spring to Fall and see lovely bloom. Some bloom long enough to be used in perennial borders, ponds or as ground covers, and are so listed in those sections of this catalog. Others to us are weeds and are pulled out constantly, such as Queen Anne's Lace, Chicory, and Goldenrod. Our native ferns are listed in the Fern section. At the nursery the wild flowers are sold potted. Mail orders are also shipped potted and growing unless dormant. If shipped in their dormant state, plant immediately.  Dor. means plant goes dormant for summer. We do collect seed from our plants, and make it available on some varieties.

ARUM, Green Dragon (Arisaema dracontium) dor. May bloom $6.50
A. Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum) dor. Apr.-May bloom $3.25

A. canadensis (Wild Columbine) - native, yellow and orange bloom - $4.50

BUTTERFLY WEED (Asclepias tuberosa) also see PERENNIAL LISTING

BANEBERRY (Actaea) - considered poisonous
B. Dolls eyes - white berries with black dot, lovely all summer $6.50

BEE BALM (Monarda fistulosa) - 2' tall, pale lavender bloom, native $4.50

BROWN EYED SUSAN (Rudbeckia 'Triloba') - 5', Aug.-Sept. bloom smaller flowers, heavily branched stems (seed pack $1.50) $3.50

RUDBECKIA MAXIMA - 5' tall, large glaucus blue foliage, 2" yellow bloom $4.75

BLEEDING HEART - (Dicentra exima) - pink bloom, 12" tall, foliage does not go dormant in summer $4.50

BLOODROOT (Sanguinaria canadensis) - white bloom, May, dormant in summer $3.50 more information

BLUE COHOSH (Caulophyllum thalictroides) $6.50

BLUE EYED GRASS (Sisyrinchium angustifolium) - blue bloom, May $3.00

BLUE PHLOX (P. Divaracata) - Dwarf April-May bloom $4.50

BUGBANE (Cimicifuga racemosa) * - tall white spikes Aug. $6.00

(Linaria vulgaris) - yellow snapdroagon bloom, invasive $3.50

CALLIOPSIS - biennial reseeds, 3' small yellow, red & bronze bloom clusters for sun areas. Gold finches love these. $3.00 spring shipping only (seed pack $2.25)

CELANDINE POPPY (Stylophorum diphyllum) 'Large Yellow Wood Poppy' - 2" yellow poppies, should be in all perennial gardens May/June bloom $5.25


DELPHINIUM TRICORNE - native delphinium, purple bloom, May, 12" tall $4.25

DUTCHMANS BREECHES (Dicentra cucullaria) - May bloom $3.50

ELDERBERRY (Sambucus, can.) - see SHRUB LISTING

FALSE RUE ANEMONE (Isopyrum biternatun) - white spring bloom, bronze spring foliage, spreads slowly to lovely ground cover 3" tall, goes dormant in summer $4.25 more information

FOAM FLOWER (Tiarella cordifolia) - 8" white spikes, lovely $4.50

FRINGED PHACELIA (Phacelia fimbriata) - clusters of 1/2" blue bloom 10" tall May (seed pack $2.00) $4.25 more information

GINGER (Asarum canadense) - see PERENNIAL LISTING
A. European - evergreen see PERENNIAL LISTING

GOATS BEARD (Aruncus dioicus) see PERENNIAL LISTING (seed pack $2.25)

GOLD SEAL (Hydrastris canadensis) white bloom, red raspberry fruit $9.50

GRASS, NORTHERN SEA OATS (Chasmanthium latifolum, uniola) - not on endangered list see GRASS LISTING

HARDY AGERATUM (Eupatorium coelestinum) - lavender bloom Aug./Sept. 15, nice late bloom for shade or sun areas $3.00

HAWK WEED (Hieracium pratense) - 15" tall, yellow bloom, $3.99

(heart liverleaf, sharp-lobed liverwort, spring beauty, may-flower)
H. americana - round lobed leaf $4.50
H. acutiloba - sharpe lobed leaf $4.50
more information

HEAL ALL (Prunella vulgaris) * - 12" lavender blooms $2.50

HESPERUS - Sweet Rocket - mix colors, 3, fragrant, sun or shade, May/June $3.00

HEUCHERELLA 'Pink Frost' - lovely pointed Heuchera shaped foliage, 6" pink bloom spikes - $6.50


IRONWEED (Vernonia altissima) 3' dark purple bloom head, Aug./Oct., use in perennial borders $5.50


JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE (Helianthus tuberosus ) - 6' tall, edible tuber - $5.50  more information

JOE PYE WEED (Eupatorium fistulosum) - See PERENNIAL LISTING

LILIUM superbum - native lily $4.50  more information

LOBELIA, HARDY BLUE (Syphilitica) - (Hardy Blue Lobelia) - blue spikes Aug.-Sept., will grow in moist areas, great color with Black Eyed Susan, native $4.25 (Seed $2.50)

MARSH MARIGOLD (Caltha palustris) - 6 tall, yellow bloom, likes water $6.50

MAY APPLE (Podophyllum peltatum) * - lovely foliage $4.50

MEADOW RUE (Thalictrum polygamum) - white or lilac, beautiful foliage $4.50

MERRYBELLS, GREAT (Uvularia) - yellow bells, lovely foliage all summer $7.00

MONEY WORT (Lysimachia nummularia)- ground cover, showy 1" yellow bloom $3.50


POTENTILLA (Potentilla recta) typical yellow potentilla bloom June $3.00

RUE ANEMONE (Anemonella thalictroides) - 6" tall, pink bloom dor. $3.50

(aka.American cowslip, Indian-chief, Rooster-heads, Johnny-jump, Pride-of-, for more info.
Dodecatheon meadia- 1' clusters of white bloom dor. $4.00
D. Pulchellum 'Red Wing' (Shooting Star) - red blooming - $6.50

SPRING BEAUTY (Claytonia virginia) early pink bloom, dor. $3.00

SNAKE ROOT (Eupatorium rugosum, White Snake Root) - native, white floss flowers, September - $3.50

SOLOMONS SEAL (Polygonatum biflorum) - true (seed pack $2.75) $4.50
Solomons Seal Variegated - varigated foliage, not native $8.50
False Solomons Seal (Similacina Racemosa) (seed pack $2.75) $3.50

SQUIRREL CORN (Dicentra canadense) dor. $3.50

TRADESCANTIA Spiderwort - these are hybrids, nicer bloom, like moist areas, dor.
T. 'Iris Prichard' - white with violet eye $3.75
T. 'Pauline' - mauve $3.75
T. 'Red Cloud' - dark rose $4.25
T. Blue (native variety) $3.75
T. White $3.75

TRILLIUM - these are blooming size, dor.
T. Catebaei (Catesbys Trillium) $8.00
T. Erectum  (Red Trillium) $6.00 more information more information2
T. Flexipes (Bent Trillium or White Trillium) $6.00
T. Grandiflorum (Great White Trillium) $6.00
T. Luteum (Yellow Trillium) $8.00 more information
T. Pusillium (Dwarf Trillium) $8.00
T. Recurvatum   (Prairie Trillium) $5.00
T. Cuneatum $5.00
T. Stamineum (Propeller Trillium) $8.00
T. Sulcatum (Southern Red Trillium) $8.00
T. Vesayi (Sweet Trillium) $6.00

TURTLE HEAD (Chelone glabra) - white bloom $6.00

TWINLEAF (Jeffersonia diphylla) $5.50

VIRGINIA BLUE BELLS (Mertensis virginica) - blue/pink bells, Spring      Jumbo size roots $6.99

VIOLET - blooming size, sold in 3 pot
V. Common $1.00
V. 'Confederate' - white with blue eye $4.25
V. 'For-get-me-not Blue' - true blue color $4.25
V. 'Freckles' - white with blue dots $4.25
V. White $3.00
V. Yellow $3.00

WILD GERANIUM - (Geranium Maculatum) shade- pink bloom, spring, nice foliage, good perennial for shade, red fall foliage $4.25

YARROW (Achillea millefolium) - white bloom, dries well, very nice $3.50

YELLOW ROOT (Xanthorhiza) 1' tall, glossy foliage, moist area, ground cover $6.50

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 and original photographs, 2000-2003.

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Last updated 2003 September 16.

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