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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Broadleaf & Deciduous Shrub

Osmanthus het. 'Gulftide'
Slow growing, dense, upright evergreen shrub. Fragrant white flowers in fall through early spring. Excellent for screening and background planting.
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Osmanthus het. 'Purpureus'
Dense, rounded, evergreen shrub. Blackish-purple young leaves. Tubular, fragrant, white flowers in small clusters from autumn to spring, followed by blue-black berries.
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Osmanthus het. 'Ron's Variegated'
Dense evergreen shrub with green and white variegated holly-like leaves. Fragrant white flowers in autumn.
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Osmanthus het. 'Rotundifolius' ~NET~
Slow growing, compact, rounded, evergreen shrub. Dark green 1.5 to 2" long obovate, rigid, leathery, simple leaves. Excellent screen or barrier plant. Fragrant white flowers in the fall.
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Osmanthus het. 'Tricolor'
Compact shrub with holly-like, dark green leaves that are conspicuously mottled creamy gold. A perfect container plant.
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Osmanthus het. 'Variegatus'
Slow growing, mounded, evergreen shrub. Dark green leaves are margined with creamy white. Very fragrant white flowers in late September.
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Osmanthus x 'Burkwoodii'
Evergreen shrub. Deep green leaves provide high contrast to the clusters of small white sweetly fragrant flowers.
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Osmarea burkwoodii
Slow to medium growing, dense, rounded evergreen shrub to about 10 feet high and wide. Hardy to about 0 degrees F. Full sun or part shade. Oval, slightly toothed, leathery, glossy dark green leaves. Tubalur, very fragrant, white flowers in clusters in mid and late spring.
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Osmaronia cerasiformis
Upright deciduous shrub. Drooping clusters of small white flowers bloom as leaves are emerging in the spring. Leaves are large and elliptical. On the female plants, small fruits hang down in groups from slender stems, turning from red to blue-black.
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Palm, Trachycarpus fortunei
One of the most cold hardy palms available. This fan-leafed palm makes a good house, patio, or accent plant. Dark trunk is usually thicker at the top and is covered with dense, hairy looking fiber.
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Palm, Washingtonia robusta
Rapid growing, straight trunked palm tree with medium green fronds and thorny stems. Produces black fruit. Flowers form on long, drooping stalks and are followed by heavy clusters of black seeds.
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Parthenocissus q. 'Engelmannii'
HABIT: Vine/Spreading/Climbing --SIZE:Grows 25 to 75 feet or more --HARDINESS: Hardy to-40 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 3) --EXPOSURE: Full sun to partial shade, well drained soil. --DESCRIPTION:A dense fast growing, very hardy self-clinging variety. Turns crimson in autumn; bears blue-black fruit.
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Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Medium to fast growing, clinging deciduous vine to about 30 to 40 feet. Hardy to about-50* F. Full sun or shade. Glossy 3 lobed foliage with glossy green foliage. Orange to red fall leaf color. Think twice before planting against wood or shingle siding.
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Passiflora c. 'Blue Crown'
A vigorous evergreen vine. Will die back if temperatures fall below 10 degrees. Striking large white flowers with blue filaments. Will attract butterflies.
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Passiflora c. 'White Crown'
Extremely fast growing, hardy passionflower producing egg shaped orange fruits with deep red, edible pulp, although not as tasty as the purple passion fruit. Flowers are ornate, multi-colored, with a minty scent much like the fruit of the pineapple guava.
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Passiflora vitifolia
Vigorous, moderately branching climbing vine. Bowl shaped, glowing bright red flowers from fummer to autumn. Yellow green fruit.
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Passiflora x 'Lavender Lady' (aka 'Amethyst')
Patrick Worley's hybrid. Large, purple flowers with blackish filaments. Very free flowering even on a small vine in cold temperatures. Very easy. Minimum temperature: 35 degrees f. Will take a slight frost.
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Paxistima canbyi
Low-growing evergreen shrub, grown mainly for its glossy, leathery leaves. Looks nice underplanted under shrubs. Small yellow-green blooms in May. Native to North America.
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Paxistima myrsinites
Small, glossy evergreen leaves with serrated edges. Fragrant, tiny maroon flowers in spring, hidden at the leaf base. Excellent in a woodland garden. Prefers well drained soil. PNW native.
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Pernettya mucronata
Fast growing, dense spreading mounding evergreen shrub. Bronze-red fall foliage. Large, beautiful purple, white, red, rose, or pink berries fron late summer through winter.
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Pernettya mucronata 'Rubra'
Fast growing, dense spreading mounding evergreen shrub. Bronze-red fall foliage. Large, beautiful red berries fron late summer through winter.
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Perovskia a. 'Little Spire' PPAF
Compact, upright perennial. Finely-dissected, aromatic, gray-green foliage on stiff, upright, square stems. Whorls of 2-lipped, tubular, violet-blue flowers tiered in branched, terminal panicles appear over a long summer bloom.
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Perovskia a. 'Longin'
Upright perennial. Airy spikes of lavender-blue flowers top strong stems with small, narrow, silvery-green leaves. The foliage is not as dissected as others in the species and is similar to 'Little Spire'.
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Perovskia atriplicifolia
Upright deciduous subshrub. Deeply cut silver gray-green leaves. Small tubular, violet blue flowers bloom in late summer. Tolerates well drained poor to moderately fertile soils.
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Perovskia filigran
Very finely dissected, lacy, silvery leaves line the stems of this cultivar. The leaves are more dissected than the species. Airy spires of lavender-blue flowers top the strong stems from late summer into fall.
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Philadelphus lewisi
Fountain shaped, loosely branched deciduous shrub. Satiny white, fragrant flowers are about 2 inch across and bloom in late spring.
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Philadelphus microphyllus
Medium growing, upright, rounding shrub with stiff stems. Pure white flowers, about 1 inch across, are cross shaped, exceedingly fragrant (pineapple-like) and beautiful.
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Philadelphus x Snow White™ FIRST EDITIONS® PP13774
Deciduous shrub. Repeat blooming shrub with stunning, two-inch, double fragrant flowers. The bloom clusters cover the plant in spring and then reappear in summer for two seasons of blooms.
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Philadelphus x 'Snowbelle'
Clusters of sweetly fragrant, double white blooms. Graceful arching stems are showy in bloom. It's compact size makes an excellent low growing hedge. Prune after bloom time.
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Philadelphus x vir. 'Aureum' (golden)
Deciduous, upright shrub. Large, white, deliciously fragrant flowers. This variety has double blooms that are produced in loose racemes from early to mid-summer. The leaves are oval and dark green.
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Philadelphus x vir. 'Miniature Snowflake'
Attractive, compact, deciduous shrub with fragrant white, double flowers. Will bloom profusely in late spring. Drought tolerant once established. Great as a low hedge or foundation plant.
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Philadelphus x vir. 'Minn. Snowflake'
Vigorous growing deciduous shrub with graceful arching branches. Fragrant, double, white flowers in spring to summer. Old fashion favorite.
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Philadelphus x vir. 'Natchez'
Deciduous shrub with an upright, irregular habit. Pure white, squarish blooms that appear in early May. The blooms are slightly fragrant.
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Philadelphus x virginalis
Fast growing, fountain like deciduous shrub. Beautiful, very fragrant double white flowers. Useful sa a screen or informal hedge.
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Phormium tenax
Medium growing, showy clumps of green leaves. Reddish flower stalks bear many dark red to yellowish flowers.
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Phormium tenax 'Amazing Red'
Upright evergreen. Leaves are Reddish-brown with a fine dark red margin, leaf colour stays redish brown all year.
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Phormium tenax 'Apricot Queen'
Evergreen perennial. Apricot colored sword-like leaves. Dull red or yellow flowers reach high above leaves.
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Phormium tenax 'Atropurpureum'
Upright evergreen perennial. Reddish bronze sword-like leaves. Dull red or yellow flowers reach high above leaves. Fire resistant.
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Phormium tenax 'Atropurpureum Compactum'
Upright, dwarf evergreen perennial. Reddish bronze sword-like leaves. Dull red or yellow flowers reach high above leaves. Fire resistant.
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Phormium tenax 'Black Rage' ~NET~
Striking blue-black sword-like leaves make a bold upright statement that holds its color well.
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