Tuesday, December 23, 2014

2015 website update is DONE!

I finally finished updating the online catalog for 2015.  You can find all of the new plants here.  We are very excited about our diverse selection that has doubled this year.  Last year we had 63 varieties available, this year we've added 70 new varieties to the catalog!  What's new and exciting?  How about 2 dwarf Ginkgos, Aralia 'Sun King', Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold', some great Heuchera, a new oak, 2 willows, 9 Sedum, and A LOT of Hosta!  I'm sure we'll add a few more once spring actually arrives and we go shopping. :)

Thanks to all who ordered from, came to see us at vending events, or came to my seminars.  Happy Holidays, we'll see you all again in 2015!

Spring isn't THAT far away!  


  1. Hi....just had to ask.....what is that lily-looking plant blooming in your pic captioned "spring isn't that far away."? The flowers say "lily," but the whorled leaves look completely unfamiliar.

  2. Hi Tim, it's a Martagon lily called 'Claude Shride'. Martagons are woodland lilies with distinctly broad whorled foliage.

  3. Thanks so much!

    I have a decently-sized yard, none of which is lawn. About 80% of that is shaded, so finding variety--especially blooming variety--is challenging. I could imagine planting them alongside hellebores for a kinda 'gotcha' effect with the similar foliage.

  4. You're quite welcome! Many lily species are somewhat shade tolerant and worth a try if you have high canopy shade. There are lots of other great bloomers for shade as well. Woodland asters, woodland salvia, Kirengeshoma, Tricyrtis, Ligularia, certain sedums, polemonium, primula, and LOTS more!


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