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Annual Plant Sale

Featured Plants

Here are just a sampling of the plants offered at this year's Annual Plant Sale.

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California Natives

Acer circinatum
Achillea (many varieties)
Achlys triphylla
Aesculus californica
Annuals (many varieties)
Aristolochia californica
Arctostaphylos (many varieties)
Asclepias varieties
Arbutus menziesii
Blechnum spicant
Ceanothus (many varieties)
Coptis lanceolata
Coreopsis gigantea
Cornus nuttallii
Disporum smithii
Dudleya species
Epilobium (many varieties)
Eriogonum grande var. rubescens
Eriogonum latifolium
Grasses and sedges (30+ varieties)
Iris douglasiana (garden selections)
Lewisia hybrids
Lilium species
Lupinus albifrons
Mimulus species
Myrica californica
Oxalis oregana
Polystichum munitum
Potentilla gracilis
Rhamnus californica
Rhododendron occidentale
Ribes sanguineum (several varieties)
Ribes species
Romneya coulteri
Rosa californica (limited selection)
Salvia clevelandii (several varieties)
Salvia spathacea
Sequoia species
Sequoiadendron giganteum
Vaccinium ovatum
Vancouveria hexandra

Trees

A small sampling including:
Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum'
Acer palmatum (from garden seed)
Bonsai starters
Cercidiphyllum japonicum
Chironodendron pentydactylon
Cryptomeria japonica
Davidia involucrate
Dwarf conifers (many varieties)
Fitzroya cuppressoides
Hoheria populifolia
Magnolia laevifolia
Magnolia denudata
Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Parrotia persica
Podocarpus henkelii

Perennials

300+ varieties including:
Angelica
Arctotis species
Bergenia species
Clivia miniata (orange and yellow selections)
Corydalis
Epimedium species
Farfugium species
Geranium (many varieties: 'Brookside,' ‘Dreamland,’ ‘Miss Heide,’ ‘Roxanne’)
Geranium phaeum
Gunnera chilensis
Helleborus (many varieties)
Helleborus foetidus
Heterocentron elegans
Heuchera (many varieties)
x Heucherella
Lobelia (many varieties)
Mukdenia rossii
Plectranthus (many varieties)
Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'
Restios (many varieties)
Rhodocoma capensis
Sedum (many varieties)
Thalictrum
Tiarella (many varieties)
Tricyrtis

Ferns

A few varieties available include:
Adiantum raddianum 'Micropinnulum'
Aglaomorpha coronans
Arachniodes standishii
Asplenium daucifolium
Blechnum gibbum
Blechnum penna-marina
Coniogramme japonica
Diplazium dilatatum
Diplazium proliferum
Goniophlebium subauriculatum
Huperzia squarrosa
Phyllitis scolopendrium
Pyrrosia hastata
Pyrrosia lingua 'Variegata'
Rare staghorns (many mounted on boards)
Unusual tree ferns
Woodwardia unigemmata

Rock Garden Plants

Over 100 varieties including:
Antennaria dioica 'Rubra'
Arenaria wallowa
Asperula sentensii
Gentiana acaulis 'Krebs'
Gypsophila aretioides
Hakonechloa macra aureola
Hakonechloa macra ‘Beni Kaze’
Microcachrys tetragona
Miniature conifers
Raoulia australis
Raoulia haastii
Raoulia lutescens
Rhodohypoxis baurii
Saxifraga paniculata 'Red Spider'
Saxifraga sp. (many silver-leaved selections)
Scleranthus uniflorus
Sempervivum (small)
Silene acaulis ‘Francis’
Soldanella alpina

Succulents

Several hundred varieties including:
Aeoniums spp. (many varieties)
Agave vilmoriniana (extra large)
Aloe striata seedlings
Bromeliads (low water varieties)
Crassula (many varieties)
Crassula coccinea (rare)
Echeveria species and varieties
Large landscape succulents

Vines

A sample of kinds available:
Bomarea caldasii hybrids
Bomarea species
Clematis (many species plus large flowered hybrids)
Hydrangea seemanii
Jasminum species
Lapageria rosea
Pileostegia viburnoides
Rhodochiton

Shrubs

Abutilon (many colors)
Acacia pravissima
Agapetes serpens
Azara dentata
Banksia (several species)
Buddleia
Callistemon (several varieties)
Cestrum (several varieties)
Coprosma (variegated cultivars)
Darwinia
Felicia
Fuchsia (40+ mite-resistant species & hybrids)
Grevillea (many varieties)
Helianthemum (several varieties)
Hydrangea (20+ varieties)
Iochroma (several varieties)
Isopogon formosus
Leptospermum (several varieties)
Leucadendron 'Wilson's Wonder'
Leucadendron (various species & many varieties)
Leucospermum cordifolium hybrids
Lophomyrtus 'Little Star'
Luculia intermedia
Luculia pinceana
Melaleuca gibbosa
Mitraria coccinea
Potentilla
Protea (many varieties)
Sambucus (many cultivars)
Tagetes lemmonii
Viburnum (several varieties)

Cloud Forest Shrubs

Ardisia venosa
Cuphea (8+ species)
Deppea splendens
Iochroma fuchsioides
Montanoa species
Roldana (various species)

More

Ornamental grasses
Roses (many heirloom varieties)Salvia (40+ varieties)
Deciduous (exbury) azaleas (large size)
Rhododendron species: crassum, cubittii, McNabii, spinuliferum, taronense, xanthostephanum (mostly pink, white, & fragrant)
Rhododendron cultivars in bloom: ‘John McLaren,’ (red); “Unique’ (creamy)
Vireya cultivars in bloom (wide range of colors)

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