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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Disporum sessile Awa No Tsuki

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Disporum sessile Awa No Tsuki

SOLD OUT One of the better if not best of the Disproum sessile forms (Japanese Fairy Bells). Red spots at the bottom of the stem with bright yellow leaves thinly edged in green to about 15". This Disporum is very vigorous and will make a nice...
Epimedium diphyllum 'Vanilla Ripple'

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Epimedium diphyllum 'Vanilla Ripple'

SOLD OUT Vanilla Ripple Fairy Wings A selection of the Japanese native Epimedium diphyllum that has small leaves that are irregularly speckled and splashed with creamy yellow. Best color is in spring and tends to fade and green up with the heat and...
Filipendula kamtschatica Ki Chiri-Fu

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Filipendula kamtschatica Ki Chiri-Fu

SOLD OUT Kamchatka Giant Meadowsweet Asian giant Meadowsweet that has a bold pressence with its long, serrated, palmate foliage that is irregularly splashed with yellow and white. This is one outrageous plant at maturity. It loves a moist situation...
Filipendula purpurea

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Filipendula purpurea

SOLD OUT Japanese Purple Meadowsweet Bold rhizomatous perennial with serrated, pinnate leaves, up to 10 inches wide, with 5 to 7 irregular lobes. Small, 1/4 to 3/8 inch wide flowers are borne on purplish stems in dense, 2 inch wide corymbs in...
Glaucidium palmatum 1 eye

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Glaucidium palmatum 1 eye

SOLD OUT A real gem for the early spring garden, this famous Japanese woodlander unfolds its large, silky, pale purple-pink blossoms while most plants are still sleeping. Leaves are shaped like maple leaves and add a new texture to the shade garden....
Glaucidium palmatum 2 eyes

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Glaucidium palmatum 2 eyes

SOLD OUT Japanese Wood Poppy A real gem for the early spring garden, this famous Japanese woodlander unfolds its large, silky, pale purple-pink blossoms while most plants are still sleeping. Leaves are shaped like maple leaves and add a new texture...
Glaucidium palmatum Album

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Glaucidium palmatum Album

SOLD OUT White Japanese Wood Poppy The beautiful and very desirable white flowered version of Japanese woodland poppy. Has all the grace and charm of the lavender version but with pure white flowers. Same attributes as the species, moist,...
Hepatica asiatica var. japonica (pink/red)

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Hepatica asiatica var. japonica (pink/red)

SOLD OUT Selected pale to dark pink shades of this spring blooming hepatica. Requires excellent drainage in light to medium shade to do well. Hepatica is in the buttercup family, native to central and northern Europe, Asia and eastern North America....
Hepatica asiatica var. japonica (Violet/purple)

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Hepatica asiatica var. japonica (Violet/purple)

SOLD OUT Selected purple to lavender shades of this spring blooming hepatica. Requires excellent drainage in light to medium shade to do well. Hepatica is in the buttercup family, native to central and northern Europe, Asia and eastern North...
Jeffersonia dubia

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Jeffersonia dubia

SOLD OUT Asian (actually Korea) counterpart of our native Jeffersonia, or twinleaf. A plant of remarkable beauty in all phases of growth. Red early on emergence, leaves retaining a bit of a red edge as they age, and incredible lavender flowers. Best...

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