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Evergreen shrub to small tree -- 6 ft up to a possible 15 ft over time -- native to Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. 3D, Carex lambertiana This South African bulb, a tender amaryllis relation, was shared with us by Nevin Smith of Watsonville. Forms lovely colonies under shrubs and anywhere color is wanted. A good small-scale background plant or pot specimen planted with contrasting colors. Rubiaceae USDA zone 4. Even summer moisture and, again, bright light. Frost hardy to USDA zone 6. Completely evergreen in USDA zone 8, partially deciduous and frost hardy into lower USDA zone 7. Full sun for best color. Very good container specimen. siebold's wood fern Superb in containers. Rubiaceae To 20" tall in clumps of upright stems topped with heart-shaped leaves of pale green that turn yellow, bronze and red in autumn before winter dormancy. Primulaceae A freezeback plant in USDA zone 6. 4D, Colletia hystrixbarbed wire bush The leaves can be wrapped up and over the top or fronds from other ferns can be used to make a protective covering. Reaches tree-like size of 15 to 20 ft along the OR and CA coasts, though below 15ºF it might freeze to the ground and resprout vigorously from the base. Proteaceae 4D, Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata' From seed shared with us by the UCSC arboretum this beautiful form of a rare Himalayan giant grows to some 30 to 50', eventually reaching much greater size. Spring flowers are yellow-green but hardly noticeable though they produce purple berries in autumn. Fresh off the ship, this Terra Nova introduction from the days of yore proves a cheerful garden component, with warm yellow stripes on dark green thickly textured leaves. Makes a bright screen or garden accent. Leaves are bright green with attractive bronze tones and 24" long, deeply grooved and strongly keeled. caniculata 'Spinners Form' Large, frilly-petalled, golden-eyed, purple-pink flowers open in early summer on this superb, easy-to-grow plant which is perfect for a really hot border or shrubbery. Rich, moist soil in light shade is best with regular summer water. 4in, Coprosma 'Beatson's Gold' 3D, Euonymus microphylla 'Butterscotch' Flowers are lace-caps, pinkish blue in this selection, and produce winter berries in metallic turquoise for extra winter interest. Myrtaceae Otherwise a successful indoor plant in good light. Will thrive in a baking hot position. Recently released by the U.S. National Arboretum and shared with us by plantsman Ted Stephens, this fabulous, variegated sport of C. dichotoma f. albafructus was discovered at Tennessee Technological University by Dr. Gary Bachman and Mr. Edgar Davis. Offsets quickly after flowering. Excellent in a large container or mixed border with your Fuchsias. Species. Bright light, full sun to part shade with water in spring during growth and protection from excess winter water, perhaps by an overhang. Handsome, vase-shaped fern found in Mexico's high, alpine forests, in clumps to 4 ft tall and wide that produce sturdy, upright fronds throughout the growing season, an unusual habit in this genus. And, yes, tea can be made from the leaf tips. $12 Acanthaceae Grassy leaves return in late fall and winter. Frost hardy in zone 8. Frost hardy in upper USDA zone 7. Rutaceae From our 1990 collection in the foothills of the western Sierra Nevada, this particularly vigorous clone has a rounded form and large, glossy leaves that remain a bit more sturdily evergreen with summer drought. Cistus × hybridus Little Miss Sunshine (Rockrose) is a low-growing evergreen shrub with masses of large, pure white saucer-shaped flowers, adorned with bright golden-yellow stamens at their heart. Frost hardy in upper USDA zone 7. Rhamnaceae This fairly prostrate Ceanothus makes a great ground cover in a summer droughty area. Fabulous plants with upright, flax-like green leaves, to 3-4 ft tall in this form. Rubiaceae Sun to light dappled shade and tolerant of poorly drained soil. Frost hardy to 0F, USDA zone 7; lower with mulch. Like the species, found growing on rocky slopes in southern Portugal and Spain, this form likes good drainage and mineral soil in full sun. 4D, Epimedium sagittatum Full sun for best color. Summer blooming in full to part sun with normal water. Cistus (from the Greek kistos) is a genus of flowering plants in the rockrose family Cistaceae, containing about 20 species (Ellul et al. Discovered in Japan by Dr. ellipticus ‘Elma’ AGM Beautifully formed extra large, pure white flowers June to July. Grey-green leaves and 2" white flowers, each petal bearing a deep crimson dot in early summer. Few seeds collected. Grey-green leaves and 2" white flowers, each petal bearing a deep crimson dot in early summer. Orange-red, bell-shaped flowers rise above grass-like foliage for a long season in spring and summer. Handsome AND drought tolerant, this 3 ft shrub has arching stems with waxy green leaves once used to crown athelets and poets. Crassulaceae This lovely Crûg Farm collection from 2700m near Ixtalan in southern Mexico, is a smaller tree Dahlia growing at least so far, only to about 8 feet and with a fairly shrubby habit. $14 A giant carrot from the Mediterranean that reaches 4-6 ft tall in its early years, displaying its lacy, fern-like leaves, silvery blue on white stems. This grey-leaved, pea shrub is a workhorse in the garden. Myrtaceae $12 Plumbaginaceae 4D, Ferula communis 'Gigantea' $12 $11 $16 Yet another graceful evergreen sea holly, this from south central Chile and growing to about 18” with arching, shiny, spring green leaves, often faintly marked silver. Perhaps more handsome than cute, but still rather small, to 2 ft tall x 3 ft wide, perfect for a protected spot in a small garden. Striking, shiny foliage is 2+" long, finely toothed, and softer than many of the genus. Fresh off the ship, this Terra Nova introduction from the days of yore proves a cheerful garden component, with warm yellow stripes on dark green thickly textured leaves. Blooms mid spring thru midsummer. The flowers approach violet in color and begin much ealier in the season thats mid-summer for us, earlier if the plant does not have winter dieback. Cupressaceae AGM Bears large, white flowers with crimson basal blotches buy xanax from usa June to July. A good coastal plant, tolerating sun and wind. Rusty brown/green with white lip. Frost hardy to at least 0F, USDA zone 7. Forms clumps to 1/5 ft tall x 3 ft wide topped by yellow, daisy-like flowers that just aren't the point. Dryopteridaceae Solanaceae Cunoniaceae Double white flowers are extremely fragrant and profuse, continuing over a long season beginning in spring. Hardy to USDA zone 7. 2D, Coprosma aff. Onagraceae 2 x 2' an a little larger, sun to shade in moist soil, tolerant of even periodic standing water, so perfect near a pond edge or water feature. $18 Cistus 'Blanche' - Tall bushy shrub to 6 ft, very large white flowers with yellow stamens. Bees love them. Stunning pot specimen. "Wild collected" at a hotel in San Juan, Argentina (with permission of course). With long leaves- dark green above and silvery on the undersides, and clusters of soft, frilly, yellow to apricot flowers in late winter through spring and occasionally throughout the year. 4in, Graptopetalum paraguayensemother of pearl plant Rubiaceae To 2 ft tall in clumps to 18" wide. Enjoys well-drained soil and average summer water. Green/yellow flowers in winter. A deciduous epimedium from China reputed to have aphrodisiac effects -- only if ingested, we assume but we don't know for sure. Gifted us by plants people extraordinnaires at Krúg Farm, this, their collection from the wild in Mexico, small shrub to about 4 feet tall by the same width. This form shared with us by Spinner's Nursery years ago, having lived happily thru 0 degrees F. Sun or shade. This form shared with us by Spinner's Nursery years ago, having lived happily thru 0 degrees F. Sun or shade. Best in full sun but tolerates some shade. W. Publisher Murray Year 1981 ISBN- Slowly spreads via rhizomes and can fill a container quite handily in well-drained soil. Just as the cultivar name suggests, this bottlebrush has the white flowers fading to cream of the genus appearing in spring and early summer. For sun, greety soil and winter dry. $11 rhamnaceae Frost hardy to at least -20F, USDA zone 5 and expected to tolerate colder temperatures. From the Drakensburgs of eastern South Africa and shared with us by plantsman Gary Hammer, this is essentially a dwarf, variegated, ground-covery spider plant -- with no macramé hangers needed. This form from the University of Washington Arboretum, a long-term survivor of harsh winters, is particularly wind resistant. Best in sun to part sun with good drainage and regular water until established. Can be sheared. Plant in a woodsy soil in filtered sun or deep shade, underneath trees or among other woodland plants, such as ferns and crinums. $12 Very pretty, small compact shrub or small tree to 8-10 ft tall with small, indeed, myrtle-like leaves that are glossy green. Will take shade. 2D, Gardenia jasminoides 'Frost Proof'hardy double gardenia, cape jasmine Grows 3.5ft x 3.5ft. One of the Poorinda hybrids, thought to be a cross between G. juniperina and a yellow G. victoriae. Blooms in late spring to early summer with pale yellow bottlebrush flowers, a nice contrast to the blue foliage. Prickly leaves with polka dots and little hairs -- yea! Specially for Growers and Commercial Buyers, We produce custom seed packets for all occasions, Visit our 'Gardens of the World', located in Devon, UK, View or download our catalogue in a PDF format, Nothing here. To 5 ft tall, this Japanese selection does well in shade or with morning sun, enjoying consistent summer water for best performance. Tiny, tiny, tiny dwarf version of this evergreen shrublet, rising to only 6". By either description a striking evergreen shrub, over time to 10 ft tall x 10 ft wide, with fragrant, white to cream flowers in the fall. $16 Evergreen leaves. variegated wire netting bush Cold hardy 5 to 10F. Full sun and decent drainage. Definitely frost hardy to 10F, USDA zone 8, and expected well into the upper reaches of zone 7. Goes dormant in summer dryness and reappears with the rain. Where temperatures regularly fall below 20F, best in a protected spot in full to part sun and well-drained soil with regular garden water. Thymelaeaceae This Chinese selection is daintier than the species with spicy-scented, pink flowers appearing in autumn to brighten those fall cleanup days. $7 To 4 ft tall, eventually 5 ft x 4 ft wide. Drought tolerant once established but enjoys summer water especially in very dry periods. sticky, dark green leaves and, in summer, white, saucer-shaped flowers with yellow stamens. Frost hardy perennial in USDA zone 5. In spring, erect racemes of white flowers with red sepals appear at the end of each branch. Drought tolerant but accepting of summer water. 2D, Dorycnium hirsutum New from New Zealand where a genus with only 4 species has produced amazing forms and colors, this dazzling shrub, to about 6 ft tall x 4 ft wide, has chocolate-maroon leaves with silvery undersides on silvery stems. Prefers summer moisture and capable of growing in amazingly dark places. Might protect from the harshest light in hot summer areas. Frost hardy to USDA zone 6. Ours comes from Portland's historic Platt garden where it has reached an astoundingly beautiful 10 ft or more in 30 something years. Given to us by Ted Stephens of Nurseries Carolinianas and one of the prettiest selections so far. Perennial and nearly evergreen in mild climates, dying back to a silvery resting rosette below USDA zone 7. 4D, Dianella intermedia 'Marcia's Giant' Overly pampered plants will live fast and die young - so don't be too nice. Gardenia jasminoides 'Chuck Hayes' PP8755. Don't forget where it is and put a shovel through it when dormancy strikes! A winter architectural plant of bare stems, each divided into three and each bearing a down-turned cluster of buds. 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