Filter products by alphabets

  • CINNAMON FERN Quick View
    • CINNAMON FERN Quick View
    • CINNAMON FERN
    • The dramatic architectual form and color of this plant makes it a striking focal point in the shade garden. Easily grown in medium to wet soils in part to full shade. Prefers moist, rich acidic soils but adapts to lesser conditions. Stiff, fertile fronds appear in early spring, quickly turning cinnamon-brown. The fiddleheads emerge from the base of the plant…
    • Read more
  • IRONWOOD Quick View
    • IRONWOOD Quick View
    • IRONWOOD
    • Ironwood, or Hop Hornbeam, is a native understory tree to northern Illinois. It develops a pyramidal, rounded crown when mature. Medium-green leaves turn golden-yellow in the fall. Catkins flower in early spring. Cone-like fruits resemble hops, hence the other common name. Bark has a shaggy appearence. Ironwood is a very adaptable small tree, but prefers cool, moist, well-drained, slightly acidic…
    • Read more
  • MISSOURI EVENING PRIMROSE Quick View
    • MISSOURI EVENING PRIMROSE Quick View
    • MISSOURI EVENING PRIMROSE
    • Plant in sun to part shade in well drained soil This is a lively little native perennial that sprawls and can be used as a groundcover. The papery, fragrant flowers open in late afternoon and bloom into evening. When it is established, it is quite drought and heat tolerant. The seed pod in late summer is attractive and interesting. This…
    • Read more
  • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO Quick View
    • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO Quick View
    • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO
    • A member of the mint family, Ornamental Oregano may root where it touches the ground. It needs well-drained soils and full sun. Avoid acidic soils. Drought tolerant once established. This is a subshrub, meaning stems may survive mild winters, otherwise, like perennials, it will send new growth from the roots each spring. Tiny, mauve-pink flowers bloom late summer, attracting butterflies…
    • Read more
Close Menu
×