Rare and Unusual Woodland Plants

Cynthia and I are plant nerds. And we like the most rare and unusual plants that we can find. We are currently propagating many Native, Asian and Japanese woodlanders. We will add them to this section as fast as we can, and will update it as things become available. We have many things in our display beds that are going to be propagated and featured in the coming years as well. This section will probably grow and grow as we source & propagate new and exciting plants to bring to our customers. We're excited about plants and hope you will enjoy our rich assortment of rare & unusual plants.



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Aconitium japonicum

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Aconitium japonicum

SOLD OUT (Monkshood) Strong Japanese woodland perennial with arching stems and very showy deep blue flowers in the fall. Flowers are 1-2" and well about the divided finger-like foliage. Best in woodland soil that has been enriched with organic...
Acontium carmichaelii Arendsii

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Acontium carmichaelii Arendsii

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year Autumn flowering Monkshood or helmet flower. This form, which is really the Arendsii group feature much stronger stems, that seldom need support. They have gorgeous azure blue flowers in panicles up to...
Adonis 'Chichibu Beni' $47.00

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Adonis 'Chichibu Beni'

This is the exceedingly rare orange-flowered version of Adonis. Which Adonis is up for debate. More than likely a hybrid form from a diploid and a tetraploid form of Adonis. Blooming in basically late winter (at least here) it is by far the real...
Adonis amurensis $15.00

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Adonis amurensis

Rare, wild form of Adonis from Northern Japan. Bright yellow flowers in late winter/early spring. After flowering, fern like foliage appears and then dies back by summer. Requires rich moist soil that does not dry out but not water logged, in some...
Ajuga incisa Blue Enigma

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Ajuga incisa Blue Enigma

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year A giant Japanese bugle with large, blue flowers April though May over bold deep green sawtooth like foliage. Not running like bugleweed, but clump forming and deciduous. Best where it can receive at least...
Anemone keiskeana $15.00

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Anemone keiskeana

A miniature, spring-blooming anemone from Japan with mottled silver and brown markings on 3-part sawtooth edged dark foliage. Above the foliage are multi-petalled flowers of the palest pink, amost white. Creates a wonderful ground cover over time....
Anemone nemorosa Bracteata Plena

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Anemone nemorosa Bracteata Plena

SOLD OUT Interesting wood anemone that has been making the rounds for years but still is quite a good one. Double flowers that are a tad bit looser then some doubles with a hint of green towards the back petals. With age, the base of the inner most...
Anemone nemorosa Virescens

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Anemone nemorosa Virescens

SOLD OUT It's not easy being green, but this wood anemone does a wonderful job having an all green mop like flower. The petals and tepals on this form have all gone green, giving it a double green flowering look. Another one of the wonderful...
Anemone pseudoaltaica Yukinosei

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Anemone pseudoaltaica Yukinosei

SOLD OUT We just love these ephemeral wood anemones, seeing carpets of these in early spring is surely as site. They may be fleeting, that is, coming up early in the season and going dormant as summer commences, but they are oh so beautiful. This is...
Anemonella thalictroides Betty Blake $17.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Betty Blake

Double flowering, gorgeous pastel green blooms on our native rue anemone. Best in gritty, well draining, humus-rich woodland soil. Anemonellas although easy to grow do not compete well with large sized perennials. Best grown in the raised rock...

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