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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Rogersia podophylla 'Bloody Wheels'

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Rogersia podophylla 'Bloody Wheels'

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year Large finger leafed Rogersia, with 5 to 7 leaflets with deep jagged lobes at the tip, coarsely toothed at the margin. In the spring the leaves are glossy reddish bronze later turning brown and eventually...
Sanguinaria canadensis Roseum

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Sanguinaria canadensis Roseum

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year (Pink bloodroot) This form has a pink reverse (back side of flowers and sepals) to the usual white flowers of our native bloodroot. The stems also have a pink cast to them. The underground rhizomes are also...
Saxifraga fortunei Eiga

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Saxifraga fortunei Eiga

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year We love saxifraga for the garden and especially some of these newer ones we will be selling in the coming years. We are starting out with 'Eiga', a super intense fuschia magenta flower that is super...
Smilacina japonica Dragon Scales

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Smilacina japonica Dragon Scales

SOLD OUT Smilacina japonica (Maianthemum japonicum) 'Dragon Scales'- A new and rare selection of Japanese False Solomons Seal, each glowing gold leaflet is defined with a fine green margin.  A mature clump conjures images of Dragon skin...
Syneilesis palmata

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Syneilesis palmata

SOLD OUT We're becoming quite fond of this shredded umbrella plant, as it is commonly called. This form has a bit broader leaves and a softer color. It also has flowers that although nothing to write home about are probably the best in the...
Syneilesis palmata Hakikomi Fu

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Syneilesis palmata Hakikomi Fu

SOLD OUT Syneilesis palmata, Hakikomi Fu (Palmate Shredded Umbrella Plant) The unstable streaked variegation form. Yellow patterns, streaks, and in some cases whole leaflets that are yellow or cream. As the plants creates new buds you will need to...
Tricyrtis macrantha var. macranthopsis

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Tricyrtis macrantha var. macranthopsis

SOLD OUT (Weeping Golden Tricyrtis) Trailing toad lily with long arching stems to 3' and bell-shaped yellow flowers with burgundy red spotted interiors. It is worth all attempts at sighting this correctly, say trailing down over a rock...
Tricyrtis macropoda Shiro Shima Fu

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Tricyrtis macropoda Shiro Shima Fu

SOLD OUT Tricyrtis macropoda, Shiro Shima Fu has 2.5-3 foot tall upright stems (at maturity), with wide leaves that have unstable white streaking, and upright clusters of white flowers with curved back (reflexed) petals. The flowers have purple...
Tricyrtis nana Yuten

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Tricyrtis nana Yuten

SOLD OUT As with all toad lilies, these are fall blooming excellent additions to the woodland garden. We would prefer you give them a bit of morning sun though as they seem to like that. Dwarf Japanese (from the island of Yakushima) toad-lily to...
Trillium smallii var. maximowicz

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Trillium smallii var. maximowicz

SOLD OUT Trillium smallii var. maximowicz, also known as Trillium amabile. If you collect Trillium, this is for you. Exceedingly rare and often confused with Trillium apetalon. Large, bright green leaves with purple-red flowers that DO have both...

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