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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Mukdenia rossii Ogon

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Mukdenia rossii Ogon

HOLDING FOR INCREASE, Check back next year An absolute treasure to light up the shady woodland garden. Golden bronze new growth that yields to a more chartreuse summer growth. Creeping thick woody rhizomes with maple leaf like leaves that make...
Paeonia japonica $20.00

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Paeonia japonica

There is an understated grace to this woodland species peony from the colder regions of Northern Japan. Gorgeous blue-green leaves and red stems , single blooming white flowers with yellow stamens that bloom in May. The overall size is probably...
Paeonia obovata $34.00

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Paeonia obovata

(Pink Woodland Peony) Rare Japanese/Chinese species with rounded rose-pink flowers in June to about 30" tall. Blooms about 2-3 weeks later than Paeonia japonica. In the fall, gorgeous blue black and hot pink seed heads are beautiful for weeks....
Paris polyphylla

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Paris polyphylla

SOLD OUT Paris, oh Paris, we are thrilled to be able to offer things like these Asian cousins of our native Trillium. In spring, 2' stems have leaves arranged in a whorl, like an umbrella, not 3 leaves like trillium. More like 12 or more,...
Paris tetraphylla $17.00

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Paris tetraphylla

Cousins of Trillium, Paris have received very little attention it seems by the gardening world. We are becoming fans of this genus and will continue to offer them. This Japanese Paris has stems to about 7" topped by 4 (although it can have...
Paris thibetica

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Paris thibetica

SOLD OUT (Whorled Honey Flower) We are totally enthralled with this whole clan of plants. To us they look like a miniature version of Arisaema consanguineum, sorta. They are Asian relatives of Trillium, and there is in fact more species of them,...
Paris verticillata

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Paris verticillata

SOLD OUT If you like Trillium, come take a look at Paris. They really are a remarkable group of plants and still unknown by most of the gardening world. But oh so garden worthy and not that fussy. Paris verticillata arises from a slender creeping...
Pinellia cordata $16.00

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Pinellia cordata

Bizarre, yeah, we like bizarre, and these relatives of Jack-in-the-pulpit are really cool. They are not big plants, even when mature and in clumps, kind of like Asarum proboscidium (Mouse Plant), they are tidy and low. But oh so different, and they...
Pinellia tripartita Golden Dragon $15.00

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Pinellia tripartita Golden Dragon

(Golden Green Dragon) Similar in appearance to the look of Arisaema, this form of Green Dragon has golden, glowing trifoliate leaves and a slender golden waxy flower. While some forms of Pinellia can be down right thugs, this species is a bit more...
Podophyllum delavayi (vietchii) $48.00

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Podophyllum delavayi (vietchii)

Asian mayapples, is there anything that has grabbed the plant collectors imagination more then these cousins of our native mayapples. Do not think so. They are utterly without peer. They emerge reddish brown with reddish purple spotting and green up...

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