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Haskap Borealis (honeyberry)

Haskap, or honeyberry, ripens very early - about the same time as strawberries! Lots of vitamins and antioxidants. Needs two varieties for pollination. Very hardy. Available for spring 2021. Pick up in Halifax. 1-gallon pot.
Fruit - Currants red

Red currants (bundle of 6 plants). Grown without chemicals.

Red currant plants. Available anytime. Packed with vitamins and nutrients. Berries can be eaten fresh or used in jelly. Grown without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. Volume discount. Young plants, will bring fruit in 2 years or so. Regular price: $15 each. Bundle price: $12 each. No HST on any purchases. Pick up in Halifax.
Peony Lois Choice

Lois’ Choice

Available for FALL 2020.  Paeonia 'Lois Choice' is an early-midseason peony hybrid, pink/yellow full double, this is a first class plant with a flower of two colors divided into three sections, a pink one-third, then a yellow one-third, and the final third pink. Awards: American Peony Society Gold Medal 2017 3-5 eye root. Hybridizer: Chris Laning, USA, 1993.

Yucca (drought-tolerant!)

$28.00 $19.00
Yucca filamentosa. One last plant left. Evergreen leaves. Hardy to zone 5. 2-gallon pot.

“Anne” raspberries, everbearing

Yellow raspberry, everbearing. Variety: "Anne". Brings two crops: summer and early fall. Current size of the plant: 1-gallon pot.        

Alexander Fleming Peony

$36.00 $12.00
Long-lasting, due to a large number of side buds. Fabulously fragrant. Size 3-5 eye roots.   Bare root plant. No HST. Shipping in spring is free with $100 order.

Argosy tree peony (Saunders)

Shipping in fall 2020.  Yellow blooms, 5-7" in diameter. Hybridizer: Saunders. Cultivar: lutea hybrid Bloom time: late season. Growth habit at maturity (10 years old): 3.5' tall and 3' wide Hardiness zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Hybridizer: Saunders, 1949 Plant size: likely to bloom in its second year. Tree peony Argosy.

Beauty of Livermere Oriental Poppy

$16.00 $12.00
Bare root plant. No HST. Shipping in spring is free with $100 order.

Black Knight Butterfly Bush

$28.00 $12.00
An attention grabbing Butterfly Bush. Showy and fragrant! Remove spent flower spikes to encourage continued bloom until frost. Flowers are densely clustered in showy cone-shaped panicles 6-18” long. Popular fresh cut flower.
Zone: 5 to 9
Height: 6.00 to 8.00 feet
Spread: 3.00 to 5.00 feet
Bloom Time: June to September Bloom Description: Very dark purple

Black Negligee Bugbane (shade-loving)

$26.00 $19.00
Showy, fragrant flower spikes that attract pollinators. Lacy, purplish-bronze foliage makes an effective accent.
Shelter from strong winds.
Slow to establish.
Zone: 5 to 8
Height: 4.00 to 5.00 feet
Spread: 1.50 to 2.00 feet
Bloom Time: August to September Sun/shade: part shade to shade Actaea simplex (Atropurpurea Group) 'Black Negligee'
Plant size: 2.5" plug
Available by mail.

Candy Stripe Creeping Phlox

$16.00 $12.00
Candy Stripe Creeping Phlox blooms with a delightful carpet of spring colour! Bloom time: May-early June. Hardiness: 2-9 2.5" plug. Available by mail.

Emerald Blue Creeping Phlox

$16.00 $12.00
Emerald Blue Creeping Phlox blooms with a delightful carpet of spring colour! Bloom time: May-early June. Hardiness: 2-9 2.5" plug. Available by mail.

Fernleaf Peony Rubra Plena (tenuifolia rubra plena)

Sold out for 2020. Expected for spring 2021 (by mail or pick up in Halifax). Rare peony with attractive, deeply divided foliage. Double flower.

First Arrival Itoh Peony

May 20: Two plants left. Colour: lavender-pink Flower size: very large, up to 8" across Fragrant: yes, lightly Bloom time: midseason Height: 2-2.5 ft Width: 3 ft Zone: 4

Gladiolus Passos (package of 8)

$16.00 $12.00
Bulb size: 14+ Bare root plant. No HST. Shipping in spring is free with $100 order.

Gladiolus Pastel mixed (30 bulbs!)

$29.00 $24.00
A large package of gladioli in pastel colours! Bulb size: 10/12. 30 bulbs. No HST. Shipping in spring is free with $100 order.

Gold Mine Peony

Might have another plant or two in July (in pots, or available by mail in fall). No longer available in June. These Gold Mine peonies are grown in Canada! Gold Mine peony, aka Golden Wheel, or Huang Jin Lun, is a heirloom variety with brilliant yellow, glowing flowers. Prolific bloomer! Elegant, and tall, Gold Mine peony is slow to propagate, which makes it one of the rarest herbaceous varieties. Height: 2.5-3 ft (tall) Fragrance: delicate Bloom time: midseason This variety is slow growing, which makes it a rare find.

Helleborus Double Ellen Purple (part shade)

$26.00 $19.00
One of the earliest plants to bloom in spring. Slow to establish and bloom after transplanting or division. Planting under a decidious tree or a shrub will help hellebore get sunlight in early spring and be protected from heat in the summer. Height: 1 ft Width: 1 ft Hardiness: 5 Bloom time: early spring Helleborus orientalis 2.5" plug. Available by mail.

Milkweed (Butterfly Weed)

$14.00 $9.00
Milkweed attracts Monarch butterflies. Tolerates drought and poor soils. Blooms in June through August. Hardiness: 4-9 Bare root plant Available in Halifax or by mail anywhere in Canada.

Oriental Poppy White Ruffles

$16.00 $12.00
Bare root plant. No HST. Shipping in spring is free with $100 order.

Peony Green Halo

3-5 eye root. No tax on any purchases.

Peony tree Shimadajin

Potted plant. Available in Halifax right now or by mail in fall.

Red Creeping Thyme Coccineus – sun or shade

$17.00 $12.00
Red creeping thyme. Grows in full sun to shade. Smothered by bright magenta-red flowers in early summer. Can be used as drought-tolerant lawn substitute. Looks lovely between stones on a path or cascading over walls. Salt tolerant Deer tolerant Fragrant foliage Height: 3-6 inches Tolerates drought and poor soils. Handles some foot traffic. 2.5" plug. Available by mail or pick up in Halifax.

Sarah Bernhardt Peony

Sarah Bernhardt Peony is a long-time favourite with delightful fragrance and perfectly formed double blooms. A reliable bloomer; makes a great cut flower. Try Sarah Bernhardt peony in a bouquet or float a flower in a bowl. 2-3 eye root. Hardiness zone: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Bloom time: late season. Awards: Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid peonies. Plant peonies no deeper than 1-2 inches, or then might not flower. Choose a well-draining, sunny location. Peonies may not bloom the first year as they dislike being moved. But once established, they can live for 50 years or longer.

Sorbet Peony

Mix and match perennials: buy 2, get 1 free! Free plant is of a lesser or equal value. Send me your list of desired free plants and your order number; when not available, free plants can be substituted with other varieties. Spring availability only; excludes fruit and a few rare varieties. March 25-April 13, or while supplies last. **************************** Sorbet peony is a real showstopper! Fragrant, and with strong stems. Midseason blooming. Makes excellent cut flowers! Comes in large, 3-5 eye roots. A peony plant can live for longer than 50 years. Deer and rabbit resistant. Peonies need time to get established and may not bloom the first spring. Plant no deeper than 1-2 inches deep and do not mulch. Hardiness: zone 4, 5, 6, 7

Spider Green Peony

$65.00 $59.00
Spider Green Peony looks striking in floral arrangements. Unusual form and style. Hybridizer: Roy G. Khelm Height: 30″ Bloom time: midseason Hardiness zone: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Peonies should be grown in a full sun, well draining location. Plant peony roots in humus-rich soil and cover the roots with 1-2 inches of dirt; when planted too deep they won’t flower. A peony plant can live for 50 years or longer and requires little care. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid peonies.  

White Cap Peony

$51.00 $42.00
3-5 eye roots. Available for fall 2020 (by mail or pick up in Halifax). Bare root plants.