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, and Asian woodlanders. 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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Adiantum pedatum ssp. subpumilum $26.00

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Adiantum pedatum ssp. subpumilum

Dwarf Aleutian Maidenhair Fern Adiantum pedatum ssp. subpumilum, also known now as Aleutian pedatum ssp. subpumilum is a dwarf form of Western Five-Finger Maidenhair Fern. Shorter in stature than its Eastern conterpart with more deeply incised...
Adonis amurensis

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Adonis amurensis

SOLD OUT Amur Adonis 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...
Anemone pseudoaltaica Yukinosei $23.00

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Anemone pseudoaltaica Yukinosei

Yukinosei Japanese Windflower 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...
Anemonella thalictroides Betty Blake $19.00

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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...
Anemonella thalictroides Cameo $18.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Cameo

Choicest double-flowered form of the native rue anemone. Very soft, long lasting sterile flowers that are pale pink. After getting established they get better and better with age, creating nice clumps over time. Quite easy despite their appearance,...
Anemonella thalictroides Kikuzaki Pink $21.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Kikuzaki Pink

'Kikuzaki' meaning chyrsanthemum like, is a semi-double version of our native rue anemone. This is the pink form bred in Japan at Kikuzaki Nursery. Like the other Anemonella we sell, these are best in gritty, well draining woodland soil....
Anemonella thalictroides Kikuzaki White $21.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Kikuzaki White

Kikuzaki White Rue Anemone Fantastic semi-double, white blooms adorn this selection of our native rue anemone. Interesting in that this selection comes from Japan. Great in the rock garden or in gritty, well draining woodland soil. These look...
Anemonella thalictroides Shiozaki $19.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Shiozaki

Fabulous North American native dwarf rue anemone that is color-wise between 'Shoaf's Double Pink' and 'Cameo'. Another color of these wonderful jewels is fine with us. Same attributes as the above mentioned. Up to 6" in...
Anemonella thalictroides Shoaf's Double Pink $20.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Shoaf's Double Pink

(rue anemone or windflower) Delicate U.S. woodland native, despite it's fragile appearance it is long lived given the right planting conditions. Soil should not be soggy and a little shelter from strong winds. Moist fertile woodland shade...
Anemonella thalictroides Tairin $20.00

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Anemonella thalictroides Tairin

From Japan, a large flowered selection of our native rue anemone that is a lovely, single flowering form with clear pink flowers in spring. This is said to be a mutation of the double variety 'Shoaf's Double Pink', resulting in a single...

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