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Cypripedium reginae

January 21st, 2021

Elegant rose-pink and white flowers. Blooms here for us in late May into June. In the wild it is usually found growing in cool moist-to-wet neutral or limestone soils, as well as moist rich wooded slopes and around seeps. The roots of C. reginae tend to grow horizontally just below the soil surface so it is important to keep a layer of mulch around the plants.

Trollius laxus

January 21st, 2021

A prolific bloomer in spring and it may flower again later in the season. Cheery yellow flowers on thick stems sit atop a neat mound of glossy foliage.


June 9th, 2020

The Wedding Party series, developed by Walters Gardens  features double blooms on vigorous plants. This cultivar has large double maroon red flowers.

HELLEBORUS X ballardiae ‘Spring Party’

June 9th, 2020

Large, 3 inch, outward-facing white flowers over silver-veined dark green foliage.

HELLEBORUS ‘Dark and Handsome’

June 8th, 2020

The Wedding Party series, developed by Walters Gardens  features double blooms on vigorous plants.  This cultivar has double purple-black flowers.

EPIMEDIUM ‘Raspberry Rhapsody’

June 8th, 2020

An intro from Broken Arrow Nursery with exquisite rose and pale pink flowers held over large clumps of foliage.  New growth in spring is mahogany.

GENTIANA asclepiadea ‘Alba’

June 8th, 2020

Arching stems with tubular white bell flowers in late summer over narrow willow-like foliage. 

CONVALLARIA majalis ‘Albostriata’

June 8th, 2020

Striking foliage is green striped lengthwise with cream. Typical fragrant white bells.

BRUNNERA macrophylla ‘Alexander’s Great’

June 8th, 2020

This cultivar from Belarus has huge heart-shaped silver leaves with darker veins.  Spreads to 30 inches wide!

ARISAEMA heterophyllum

June 7th, 2020

Striking plants whose blooms look like cranes with long tongues sticking out of their mouths. These are held over rounded leaves divided into many finger-like leaflets. Easy to grow and multiplies well.  Dormant until late spring.