Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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6803 Kinns Rd. NE Woodburn, OR 97071
Phone: 503-982-6300
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19205 SW Cipole Rd. Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone: 503-625-5454
Fax: 503-625-1176
Email: alonzo@loennursery.com
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Groundcovers

Arenaria balearica
Alpine plant that prefers the shelter of a partly shaded rock garden. Plants form an evergreen, moss-like carpet of green leaves, bearing tiny white flowers on short stems in late spring.
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Arenaria montana
Vigorous, low growing, evergreen perennial. White cup-shaped flowers in early summer.
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Arum italicum
Leaves are veined with mid-green to white. In early summer, white spathes of flowers are followed by spikes of bright orange red berries.
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Asarum canadensis
Foliage has a ginger armoa. There is only one solitary flower per plant on the soil's surface so that it can be pollinated by the beetles and flies crawling on the ground.
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Asarum caudatum
Wide spreading rhizomatous, evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial. Green kidney shaped foliage with white flowers. Protect from snails and slugs
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Asarum 'Splendens'
Dark green leaves with silver mottling form a dense grounscover mat. Interesting dark purple flowers hidden beneath the leaves in spring. Excellent in woodland settings.
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Bellium minutum- 18 per flat ~NET~
This forms a flat carpet of small light-green leaves, bearing a long display of tiny white daisies beginning in late spring.
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Calluna 'Amethyst'- 18 per flat ~NET~
HABIT: Rounded, bushy, evergreen shrub. -- SIZE: 2-3ft. high and wide. -- HARDINESS: Hardy to -20 degrees F (USDA Zone 5). -- EXPOSURE: Full sun to part shade. -- DESCRIPTION: bud-bloomer with dark green foliage and purplish crimson buds which appear between August and January
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Calluna 'Hillbrook Orange'- 18 per flat ~NET~
HABIT: Rounded, bushy, evergreen shrub. -- SIZE: 2-3ft. high and wide. -- HARDINESS: Hardy to -20 degrees F (USDA Zone 5). -- EXPOSURE: Full sun to part shade. -- DESCRIPTION:
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Ceanothus gloriosus
Evergreen groundcover with small holly-like green leaves. Attractive deep blue flowers in late spring. Performs well in coastal conditions. Will attract Bees and Butterflies.
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Cornus canadensis
Spreading, carpet-like deciduous ground cover. Whorls of deep green leaves. Showy white flowers and bright red berries in the fall. Prefers moist, well drained soil.
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Cotoneaster apiculatus
Dense, spreading, deciduous shrub with arching branches. Small glossy green leaves. Large red berries in winter.
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Cotoneaster dam. 'Coral Beauty'
Trailing, evergreen groundcover. Has small, rich green leaves. Profusions of brilliant, coral colored berries in fall.
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Cotoneaster dam. 'Eichholz'
Spreading, evergreen groundcover. Large bright green leaves turn gold to orange-red in fall. White flowers are followed by showy carmine-red fruit in fall. Fast growing
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Cotoneaster dam. 'Lowfast'
Low growing and durable, evergreen groundcover with attractive dark green foliage. Small white flowers in spring followed by red berries in fall. Excellent for erosion control. Drought tolerant once established.
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Cotoneaster dam. 'Streib's Findling'
Low, spreading, evergreen groundcover. Broadly ovate, dark green leaves, that are purplish when young. Solitary white flowers are borne in spring, followed by almost spherical red fruit.
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Cotoneaster dammeri
Dense, mat-forming evergreen groundcover. Bright green, oval foliage, and white spring flowers. Brilliant red fall berries.
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Eleocharis radicans (Minature Rush)
Forms decidous grass-like blades and can handle moderate foot traffic; readily re-seeds. Fast growth rate. Moderate water once established. Tiny bead-like flower blooms.
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Erodium x variable 'Bishop's Form'- 18 per flat ~NET~
Starry little pink flowers appear from late spring through to the fall. Survives best in mild winter regions, but in cold climates it is easily wintered in a pot indoors, then brought back outside for the summer. Must have excellent drainage, particularly in wet winter regions.
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