Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 3,000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade. We ship anywhere in the US and Canada.

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Erysimum x 'Bowle's Mauve'
Evergrren in mild areas. Blooms May-October. Should be sheared to 6" tall in midsummer to promote fall flowering. Prefers well drained soil.
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Erysimum x 'Fragrant Sunshine'
Deep green leaves form a perfect mound, smothered in spring by very fragrant bright-yellow flowers that open from chocolate-purple buds.
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Euonymus f. 'Kewensis'
Prostrate, low matting, climbing, groundcover. Shiny dark green leaves that turn burgandy in autumn.
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Euonymus f. 'Radicans'
A dwarf creeping variety, its leaves are variegated with white; it is hardy, and useful for planting as an edging. On low walls it has a pretty effect, and as it forms roots similar to those of the ivy, it requires little care to keep it to the wall or other support.
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Euonymus f. 'Wolong's Ghost'
Prominent white veins stand out on the narrow, deep green leaves for an unusual appearance on this strong-growing groundcover. Dark green foliage with silvery white veins. Wolong is a mat-forming groundcover, but will not become invasive. Perfect for large area coverage, hillsides and areas not easily accessed for care.
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Fragaria c. 'Lipstick'
Fast spreading, evergreen perennial to about 4 to 6 inches high and 12 to 20 inches wide. Hardy to about -50 degrees F. Full to partial sun. Easy to carre for ground cover that rewards you with bright red flowers and shiny red fruit.
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Fragaria chiloensis
Compact, mat forming, and evergreen. Dark green glossy leaves. Large white flowers in spring. Bright red seedy fruit in fall, but seldom sets in garden. Pacific NW Native. Fast growing
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Fragaria vesca
A small-fruited, everbearing wild strawberry that is native to North America. White flowers appear throughout summer followed by edble bright red berries. Spreads indefinitely by runners.
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Fragaria x ananassa- 18 per flat ~NET~
Low growing evergreen to about 4 to 6 inches high and indefinite width. Hardy to about -20 degrees. Sun to partial shade. Dark green leaves with bright pink flowers from llate spring to mid-summer. Rarely bears fruit.
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Fragaria x 'Pink Panda' ~NET~
Low growing, stoloniferous evergreen perennial. Dark green leaves with 3 palmate leaflets. Bright pink flowers to about 1 inch appear from late spring to mid-summer. Rarely bears fruit.
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Galium odoratum
Mat-forming perennial that is most often grown as a ground cover in shady areas. Fragrant, lance-shaped, dark green leaves in whorls of 6-8 along square stems. Small, fragrant, 4-petaled, white flowers appear in loose cymes in spring. Aromatic intensity of the foliage increases when dried, thus dried leaves are popularly used in sachets or potpourris. Plants have also been used commercially in perfumes. Leaves are sometimes used to flavor teas and cold fruit drinks. Leaves are also used to make May wine, a punch made from white wine flavored with woodruff, orange and pineapple. Woodruff comes from Old English meaning wood that unravels, in probable reference to the creeping rootstock of the plant. Formerly known as Asperula odorata.
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Gaultheria procumbens
Creeping, evergreen groundcover. Dark green leaves have a strong wintergreen fragrance when crushed. Pinkish white flowers in summer, followed by red fruit in late fall to early winter.
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Gaultheria shallon
Compact, bushy evergreen shrub. Nearly round glossy green leaves. White or pinkish bell shaped flowers on 6 inch stalks. Bland but edible fruit prized by birds.
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Grass, Ophiopogon plan. 'Nigrescens'
Dense, purplish-black, grass like foliage, evergreen. Dense, purplish-black, grass like foliage. Produces dark lavender pink flowers and purple fall berries, adding interest. Use in mass as an edging plant.
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Gunnera monoica ~NET~
Spreading groundcover. Creates a carpet of texture with its tiny rounded leaves. Displays little flower spikes with orangish fruit. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Helianthemum num. 'Burgundy Dazzler'- 18 per flat ~NET~
Single magenta-red yellow-eyed flowers appear starting in late spring, over a shrubby mound of narrow matte-green leaves. Evergreen. Drought tolerant once established.
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Herniaria glabra- 18 per flat ~NET~
Dense evergreen groundcover perennial. Foliage turns red during the winter. Tiny, white star flowers in the summer.
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Houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon'
Deciduous perennial spreads by underground root-like stems. Makes a unique groundcover, accent or border. Heart-shaped foliage colors change from fuchsia, scarlet, cream, gold and green.
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Hypericum calycinum
Low spreading plant has bright green foliage; evergreen in warm climates. Use as a wonderful groundcover. Pale yellow flowers have tufts of orange-yellow stamens. Hardy to -20* F.
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Iberis s. 'Alexander's White'
Cultivar slightly more compact and more floriferous than the species. Drought tolerant and deer resistant.
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