Plants for sale (L)

Plants will vary in price and container size Some will only be available during dormancy – late Fall or early Spring — and will be updated this winter. Seed or plant exchanges are always welcome!

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Scillaviolacea75
Silver Squill — Ledebouria socialis syn. (Scilla violacea)
Ledebouria socialis has all green coloration on the undersides of the leaves. SOLD OUT
Limonanthes douglassii. (Meadow Foam) or Poached Egg Plant. A wonderful bee plant to naturalize. 3″ pots 3.00 Lewisia cotyledon ‘Alba’ (Bitter Root) Sparkling pure white flowers grace this succulent-leafed alpine for rockery or trough garden. It prefers partial sun and fast drainage.  3.5 inch pots $5.00 ea. Lewisia x longipetala ‘Little Mango’ (Bitterroot) Small, evergreen rosettes of large, succulent leaves become covered by clusters of yellow-orange mango colored blooms in spring. . 3.5 inch pots $5.00 ea.
Libertia peregrinans200sq
Libertia peregrinans (Copper/Orange Libertia) – is an interesting and colorful rhizomatous perennial related to Iris a perfect foil for taller Agapanthus  in the background. LOST THE PLANTS – will TRADE Leycestaria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle Cherished by birds and gardeners alike, these deciduous, hollow-stemmed Himalayan shrubs bestow a long lasting floral and berry spectacle that extends until frost. Available again in the FALL. Lupinus arboreus Coastal Bush lupine

Wonderful Bee plant that looks terrific with dwarf Eyygiums, Ceanothus or other Blues.

4″pots 4.00

Lunaria annua Spring would not be the same without biennials to fill in the color gaps and this one is exceptional.
Green and white splashed leaves accent scented violet colored flowers.  4″ 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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Plants for sale (L) — 4 Comments

  1. I’m interested in purchasing Lewisias. I live on Whidbey and would arrange to take the ferry if they’re still available. Please advise.
    Thanks.
    Leslie

    PRIVATE

  2. So nice to meet you today!! Love your place and conversations about your plants!!! I am looking up the trees you mentioned! I will come back soon !

    • Same here. I always prefer to have people research the plants, esp. if unfamiliar. There is SO, SO much out there, not easily obtainable, but can be gotten if searched out.
      I just bought some Golden Chinquapin for my own place and asked the growers to look at another plant I think they should propagate. Pacific Wax Myrtle. (Myrica californica)
      which does well here and something I used to grow. Aronia for food gardeners, TREE heaths for the beekeeper and so on.

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