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  • Clematis ternifolia syn. C. paniculata Sweet Autumn clematis Z 4-8

    Fragrant, small white blossoms smother this vigorous vine in September and October. Can not ship to: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and...

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    Fragrant, small white blossoms smother this vigorous vine in September and October.

    Can not ship to: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

    Size: 15-20’ x 6-10’
    Care: Sun moist well-drained soil mulched. Flowers on current year’s wood. Cut back in early spring to 6-8” above the soil.
    Native: Japan

    The genus Clematis was named by Dioscordes, physician in Nero’s army, from “klema” meaning climbing plant.  In 1877 seeds of this vine sent from Russia to the Arnold Arboretum in Boston, then distributed to nurseries throughout America.

  • Aristolochia durior syn. A. macrophylla, A sipho Dutchman’s pipe, Birthwort Z 4-8

    OUT OF STOCK Aristolochia durior syn. A. macrophylla, A sipho Dutchman’s pipe, Birthwort Z 4-8 Yellow, mottled brown flowers like Meerschaum pipes in May – June, mostly grown for heart-shaped...

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    Aristolochia durior syn. A. macrophylla, A sipho   Dutchman’s pipe, Birthwort Z 4-8
    Yellow, mottled brown flowers like Meerschaum pipes in May – June, mostly grown for heart-shaped leaves on this vigorous climber (climbs by twining). Perfect for creating a screen on pergolas, arbors and fences.

    Size: 20-30’ x 2’ at ground, 20’ on top.
    Care: sun to shade (one of few vines for shade) in moist well-drained to moist soil. Prune to encourage branching.
    Native: Maine to Georgia, west to KS.
    Wildlife Value: host Pipevine swallowtail butterfly

    Aristolochia is Greek for easing childbirth. Cherokee applied decoction of root for swollen legs & feet. Collected by Colonial nurseryman John Bartram and sent to England in 1763. Sold in America’s 1st plant catalog, Bartram’s Broadside, 1783. In Colonial and Victorian gardens, popular vine to create privacy and shade

  • Hydrangea petiolaris syn. Hydrangea anomala petiolaris Climbing hydrangea Z 4-8

    Big white lacecap flowers blanket this climbing vine in early summer....

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    Big white lacecap flowers blanket this climbing vine in early summer.

    Size: 40’ x 5-10’
    Care: sun or shade in moist to moist well-drained soil
    Native: Japan & Korea
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees, butterflies
    Awards: Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit

    Collected by German physician and botanist Philipp Franz von Siebold in Japan during his residency on Nagaski working for the Dutch trading post there, 1823-1829. He introduced more then 2000 Japanese plants to Europe.  1st described in Flora Japonica 1839

  • Hosta ventricosa Z 3-8

    In late summer rich lavender bells periscope over heart-shaped, prominently veined foliage. Can not ship to: Maryland...

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    In late summer rich lavender bells periscope over heart-shaped, prominently veined foliage.

    Can not ship to: Maryland

    Size: 20" x 36"
    Care: Part shade in moist to moist well-drained soil. Tolerate Walnut toxicity
    Native: China
    Wildlife Value: attracts hummingbirds
    Awards: Received England's Royal Horticultural Society Award of Merit.

    Japanese called Hostas  Giboshi and ate young leaves in spring as a vegetable Hosta was named for Dr. Nicholas Host (1761-1834) the physician to the emperor of Austria.   Hostas, cultivated since at least the 12th century in East Asia.  Empress Josephine grew this at Malmaison. Redoute, Josephine’s botanical illustrator, painted H. ventricosa in 1805.

  • Viola corsica Corsican violet Z 4-8

    OUT OF STOCK Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers from late spring thru fall-blooms its head off. Reliably perennial. More heat...

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    Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers from late spring thru fall-blooms its head off. Reliably perennial. More heat tolerant than pansies.

    Size: 5-7” x 8-10”
    Care: sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil.
    Native: Corsica

    1st described by Swedish botanist Carl Fredrik Nyman before 1893.

  • Papaver bracteatum Great scarlet poppy Z 5-8

    OUT OF STOCK – Available for purchase in Spring only Glossy fire engine red petals with black heart in June. D.M. Ferry Catalog, 1876: ”great beauty and magnificent.”...

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    Glossy fire engine red petals with black heart in June. D.M. Ferry Catalog, 1876: ”great beauty and magnificent.”

    Size: 3-4’ x 3’
    Care: sun in well-drained soil. Foliage dies back in summer & reemerges in the cool autumn. Drought tolerant and deer resistant.
    Native: Siberia & Northern Iran

    Papaver bracteatum was introduced to European gardens in 1817 from its native Siberia.  Poppies have been grown since at least the time when Homer wrote the Illiad, in which he used the poppy’s hanging bud as a metaphor for a dying soldier. During World War I, Canadian soldier John McCrae again united the poppy with dying soldiers.  He wrote “In Flanders’ Field.”

    **LISTED AS OUT OF STOCK BECAUSE WE DO NOT SHIP THIS ITEM.  IT IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT OUR RETAIL LOCATION.

  • Heptacodium miconioides Seven son flower Z 5-9

    ...Ornamental tan and red-brown peeling bark and glossy heart-shaped leaves. “Avant Gardener” newsletter September 2011, calls it the “two-bloom tree,” saying, “more and more praise is being lavished on a...

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    Fragrant white flowers August –September then large clusters of burgundy calyces surround the fruit capsules as showy as the flowers on this large shrub or small tree. Ornamental tan and red-brown peeling bark and glossy heart-shaped leaves. “Avant Gardener” newsletter September 2011, calls it the “two-bloom tree,” saying, “more and more praise is being lavished on a rare late-flowering shrub/tree … even more showy (than the panicles of fragrant white flowers) is its ‘second bloom’, consisting of red-purple calyxes which remain after the flowers fall…well into October.” Also recommended by Harvard Arnold Arboretum’s curator of living collections.

    Size: 15’ x 10-12’
    Care: sun in moist to moist well-drained soil. Prune in late winter to make it bushy, maintain shape or reduce size.
    Native: China
    Wildlife Value: Attracts butterflies & bees, Deer resistant.
    Awards: Cary Award Distinctive Plants for New England & Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Gold

    Hepta means seven because each inflorescence has 7 flowers, and codium means flower. Collected initially by E H Wilson in 1907.

  • Campanula alliariifolia syn. C. gundelia syn. C. kirpicznikovii Ivory Bells Z 3-7

    July-August, creamy white bells dangle on spires above heart-leaved foliage. Vigorous. Cut back to promote 2nd flowering...

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    July-August, creamy white bells dangle on spires above heart-leaved foliage. Vigorous. Cut back to promote 2nd flowering

    Size: 18-24” x 18
    Care: sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil
    Native: the Caucasus and Turkey
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees, butterflies and birds

    Campanula is Latin meaning “little bell.” Described by Carl Ludwig von Willdenow in 1798
    Highly touted by Graham Stuart Thomas, who once referred to it as a “picture of poise and beauty,”

  • Symphyandra pendula Bellflower Z 5-8

    OUT OF STOCK Panicles of creamy white bell-shaped flowers dangle over heart-shaped foliage March-June...

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    Panicles of creamy white bell-shaped flowers dangle over heart-shaped foliage March-June

    Size: 20” x 12”
    Care: Full to part sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Caucasus
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees, butterflies and birds

    Collected before 1830

  • Shade Garden

    ...Turtlehead 2-4’ x 12” white 1 Clematis virginiana – Virgin’s bower (vine) 12-20’ x 4’ white 3 Dodecatheon meadia – Shooting star 12-24” x 6-12” white 1 Hosta ‘Blue Cadet’...

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    Shade Garden                                                            Size : Height x width*     Bloom color
    3 Astilbe chinensis                                                                    24” x 24”                     pink
    1 Brunnera macrophyllum – Siberian bugloss                          18″ x 24″                     blue
    1 Chelone glabra – Turtlehead                                                  2-4’ x 12”                  white
    1 Clematis virginiana – Virgin’s bower (vine)                            12-20’ x 4’                 white
    3 Dodecatheon meadia – Shooting star                                    12-24” x 6-12”          white
    1 Hosta ‘Blue Cadet’                                                                  35-40” x 36”             lavender
    3 Primula veris – Cowslip                                                           8”x 8”                      yellow
    3 Stylophorum diphyllum – Celantine poppy                              12-18” x 12”            yellow
    3 Tricyrtis hirta – Toadlily                                                            2-3’ x 2’              white & purple

    All plants are perennials.
    If planted together in one garden these make a 30 square foot garden. **Most of these plants get wider over time by spreading roots or by self-seeding .
    19 plants for $155.90. Would be $194.85 if purchased separately. You save $38.95.