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The following pictures are representative of a plant I used to grow and would trade for. I introduced Zauschneria and Penstemon pinifolius to this area back in the 80’s. Starting the Nursery over again I no longer have these plants and former customers have long past on, or have sold their properties. Should you have any of these plants I would be more than excited to trade for them!  Sequim Plants – where going Native feels good ...

Penstemon pinifolius ‘Mersea Yellow’ is not exactly what I wanted but it looks interesting. The regular P. pinifolius compacta is a lovely red I hope to re attain. Depending upon the cultivar Small, bright yellow or RED, tubular flowers bloom from this hardy native cultivar from summer through fall. Excellent in rock gardens and gravelly soil. 3″ pots $5.00

Penstemon pinifolius


Papaver rhoeas ‘Amazing Grey’ 

A fairly new introduction which will look stunning in any border with its exquisite range of blue-grey, hints of mauve and purple colors. An unusual coloring, but beautifully compliments the delicate papery-fine petals of the double blooms. 3″ pots. 4.00

Papaver somniferum, Breadseed poppy, is a great garden favorite among many green-fingered folk around the world. Plant in well draining soil and placed in a sunny spot, they’ll fill your garden borders with poppy flower color throughout the warmer months. BEES love them. 3″ pots 3.00 (most are doubles!) Penstemon hirsutus pygmaeus. This dwarf version of P. hirsutus makes a delightful mound to 15″ wide of strap-like foliage. In summer, the flowering stalks extend upward, ending in hundreds of tiny bell-like flowers, each with light purple petals with white tips.3 Inch pots. 4.00

All plants can be picked up at my place given notice. Hope to see you soon. The Google Map..


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