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Ornamental Grasses

Grasses have grown up. Looking for something to create an expanse of turf? Sorry, but you've come to the wrong place. Ornamental grasses are all the rage, after all, Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' was named Perennial plant of the year 2009. Generally carefree, grasses come in many sizes and colors, and no respectable perennial border should be without them. Or so we're told by the garden magazines in 2009.

It's really easy to see why grasses are in such demand, a border of monkey grass can create a beautiful and lasting edge while taller varieties inside the border can add definition, grace and color. We will be adding a few more varieties as they become available, take a look and consider adding some grassy distinction to your garden!

Blue Fescue
Foliage that grows in a neat mound, is wispy with wheat-colored bloom stalks up to 3 feet tall in early summer, what's not to like? Edgings, borders, containers, around the birdbath, just plant away, you'll wonder why you haven't planted this beauty earlier!
Grass can not be shipped to Hawaii.
Zones 4 - 9, sun to shade
Mature height: 12 to 16 inches tall
Gallon pot (75+ individual plants)
2 Available
Carex phyllocephala 'Sparkler'
This Japanese import combines beauty and intrigue. Narrow green with white variegated leaves follow the central stem like a spiral staircase. A dramatic plant to combine with ferns or hosta in southern gardens. 'Sparkler' can be used in combination container plantings in Northern zones.
Grass can not be shipped to Hawaii.
Zones 7 - 10, partial sun to full shade
Mature height: 12 to 16 inches tall
4-inch pot
Sold Out
Mondo Grass - Ophiopogon Japonicus
Evergreen, grass-like plant with arching dark blue/green, thin leaves. The white blooms appear on short panicles in the summer followed by shiny blue berries.
Height 6 to 8 inches.
Grass can not be shipped to Hawaii.
Zones 6 - 9, sun to partial shade

25 Plants per order
10 Available
Fruits, Berries & other Edibles

There's nothing like picking your own tasty fruit, fresh from your garden - healthy for you and your family!

All ribes ssp. plants are 2-years old. Please note shipping restrictions on edible plants.

Hardy Walking Onions
Remember the onions growing in your grandmothers garden? These onion bulbs will sprout and grow while still on the original stalk, which may bend down under the weight of the new growth and take root some distance from the parent plant, giving rise to the name "walking onion".
This variety originally came from Germany and is relatively mild and sweet. Young plants may be used as scallions, green onions, or chives, and the topset bulblets may be used in cooking similarly to regular onions or preserved by pickling

12 bulbs per order
Onions can not be shipped to Idaho.

Fall 2015

Saffron Crocus sativa - 15 bulbs
Grow your own Saffron - it's easy!
Fall flowering The orange-red stigmas are the source of saffron, the worlds most expensive spice. Harvesting Saffron is easy, simply pick the red stigmas on each flower once the flowers are fully open.

15 bulbs per package, 9 cm circumference
Mature Height: 4-6 inches
Light: Partial to full Sun
Hardiness: USDA Zone 6-9

Fall 2015

Certified Seed Potatoes
Potatoes are not just good, they're good for you!
All varieties are certified seed potatoes.
Under optimal conditions, you can expect to harvest 10–15 lb of potatoes for every pound of seed potato planted.

approx 1 lb, 6 per package:
All Red grows well in drought conditions
Russet large with dark brown skin and few eyes
Yukon Gold thin skin and yellow tinged flesh
approx 1 lb, 8 per package:
Kennebec medium to late maturing white
Red Norland red, early-maturing

Spring 2015

Cherry Red Currant
Developed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Large, dark red fruit with acid flavor. Fruit is high quality and excellent for jams, jelly, and sauces. Plants will grow 4 - 6 feet tall and 2 - 5 feet wide. Commonly grown commercially but can also be used as edible ornamental or hedges. Bears fruit well. Resistant to powdery mildew.
Zones 3 - 8, sun to partial shade

1 bare root plant, 2-3 feet tall
Red currants can not be shipped to MA, ME, NC, NH, NJ, and WV. Shipping to DE and RI only if buyer has permit.

Spring 2015

Consort Black Currant
Developed in Ottawa, Ontario and introduced in 1950. Medium clusters of somewhat soft black berries. Very prominent, sweet, and unique flavor. Good for jams, jellies, juice, and wine. Also excellent when dried. Resistant to White Pine Blister Rust. Black currants are a very high source of vitamin C. Excellent bird forage or windbreak plants.
Zones 3 - 8, sun to partial shade

1 bare root plant, 2-3 feet tall
Black currants can not be shipped to DE, MA, ME, NC, NJ, NH, RI, VA, and WV. Shipping to MI only if buyer has permit.

Spring 2015

Oregon Champion Gooseberry
Originated in Salem, Oregon before 1880. Medium to large, yellowish green berries. Flavor will sweeten as it ripens.
Oregon Champ is excellent for pies, jams, canning, and wine. Productive, vigorous plants will grow 3 - 5 feet tall. Berries hold well on the bush. Oregon Champ will start bearing fruit in its second year and produce for approximately 20 years. Mildew resistant.
Zones 3 - 8, sun to partial shade

1 bare root plant, 2-3 feet tall
Gooseberries can not be shipped to MA, ME, NC, NH, NJ, and WV. Shipping to DE and RI only if buyer has permit.

Spring 2015

Elderberry 1 NOVA and 1 YORK

Intensely flavored fruit with a rich aroma. Bountiful harvest ripens in August. Extremely hardy, tall shrub grows to 12-14 ft. No spraying required—both varieties are practically pest free.

York—Quickest to bear, often in its second year. Ripens late August.
—Great for pies, jelly and wine. Ripens two weeks before York.

Zones 4 - 8, sun to partial shade
2 plants, one of each variety for best pollination, 2-3 feet tall

Spring 2015

Powdered Peanut Butter
Peanut butter has just gotten healthier without losing any of the flavor of traditional peanut butter. The possibilities for powdered peanut butter are limited only by your imagination. Dip fruit directly into the powder, mix with a non-dairy frozen topping, add to milk shakes, protein shakes, brownies, cookies, and as a topping for dishes like pad thai and oatmeal.
And, of course, TruNut can be reconstituted with water or any liquid of your choice - juice, jelly/jam, or honey.
5+ years shelf life unopened
1 lb per package


Kinloch Virgin Pecan Oil

With a 470 degree Fahrenheit smoke point, neutral taste and less saturated fat than olive or peanut oil, this Pecan Oil from Kinloch plantation will be a fast favorite in any recipe. Great for stir-frying, sauteeing, brazing and can be used in any recipe that calls for butter or oil.

Size:250 ml
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