Threadleaf Tickseed (Coreopsis verticelata 'moonbeam') is a native to our locality. This plant is a tall one, reaching 1-3'! It grows in bushy clumps. The showy yellow spring flowers attract butterflies. Price is for one pint-sized container.
"Fire Star" Dianthus
"Fire Star" Dianthus is an everblooming plant that grows in compact mounds. It is extremely heat tolerant. Its scarlet flowers are sure to attract butterflies to your garden. Price is for one pint-sized container.
Snow Cone Candytuft
Snow Cone Candytuft has brilliant white flowers in late spring that grow 6-12" in height. It is highly adaptable and drought tolarent.
'Blue Wonder' Catmint
'Blue Wonder' Catmint (Nepta racemosa "Blue Wonder") is a perennial that grows between 8-16" tall with fragrant foliage and showy dark blue flowers from May to September. This is a low maintenance plant that likes sun to partial shade, is drought tolerant as well as deer and rabbit resistant. Price is for one pint-sized container.
Ostrich Fern (Matterccia struthiopteris) is a shade loving plant that does well in damp areas. They are often seen on the banks of waterways. Excellent for stream bank stabilization. This fern is native to our area and spreads easily via rhizomes under the soil. When harvested before the fronds open they are a tasty side dish for dinner. Price is for one pint-sized container.
The Royal Fern (Osmunda regalis) is a native to Massachusetts. It requires full shade and is best planted in damp areas. These ferns are an excellent choice where soil stabilization is needed. The price is for one pint-sized container.
A classic garden favorite, gladiolus is often the main attraction while in bloom. 'Fiorentina' sports bright white blossoms that have red throats. Remember to lift your glad's bulbs in the fall and store in a cool, dry place to protect them from our harsh winters. Price is for one package containing 10 bulbs.
Daylily 'Pardon Me'
A clear red flower with a greenish-yellow throat. Grows in a compact form with scapes reaching 18" tall. This variety of daylily blooms in both the summer and fall. They are fragrant and easy to grow, attracting both humming birds and butterflies. Price is for a bundle of two single divisions of the tuber that will grow 2-3 fans of foliage the first year and will slowly spread.
Daylily 'Happy Returns'
A repeat bloomer, 'Happy Returns' has buttery yellow flowers that are profuse and begin blooming in spring rather than usual summer season. This variety has a compact form reaching 16" tall and does well in containers as well as borders. 'Happy Returns' requires full sun. Price is for a bundle of two double transplant divisions of the tuber that will produce 3-6 fans and slowly spread.
Red Trillium (Trillium erectum)
Red trillium is a native to our Massachusetts woodlands. This plant will add a splash of intense color to your somewhat shaded areas. Trillium needs ample sun in early spring and will flower in April to June and the single flower will leave behind a somewhat large berry-like fruit that is a good source of food for small mammals. Grows best in humus rich soils. Price is for one package that contains two tubers.T. electrum will slowly spread and sometimes hybridize with others of its species resulting in a variety of colors for the flowers. Price is for one package of 2 tubers.
Hosta Trio Mix
The Hosta Trio Mix contains one each of three different varieties.
1. Fortuneni hyacinthina Has solid green foliage reaching 12-18" tall flowering in summer. Blossoms are a lavender purple. Fortuneni is best grown in full shade and will also tolerate deep shade and any nearby Black Walnut trees. Attractive to hummingbirds.
2. 'Golden Tiara' Has yellow tinged foliage that reaches between 12-24" tall and has lavender purple flowers in June to July. Best grown in shade and will tolerate deep shade.
3. Undulata medio variegata has showy green and white foliage blooming in June to July with a lavender flower on a plant that reaches 12-18" tall. For best foliage color plant in shade Will tolerate deep shade. Attractive to hummingbirds.
Price is for one bundle of tubers. One tuber of each variety listed above
American Bittersweet (Celasturs acandens) is a twining vine native to Massachusetts and is known for its showy flowers. The flowers are put to shame by the beautiful berries that persist well into winter making it attractive to decorators that harvest it to make wreaths among other things. American Bittersweet is a good plant for naturalizing. To be clear this is not the invasive Oriental Bittersweet. Price is for a bundle of two 2-1 year transplants.