• Berry Poppins™ Ilex verticillata Winterberry Holly Shrub

    Berry Poppins™ Ilex verticillata Winterberry Holly Shrub

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'FarrowBP.'Blazing with red berries in autumn and winter, this deciduous female Winterberry Holly is as ornamental as one could desire from any plant. Indispensable to bird lovers and cut-flower arrangers, it is a blast of warmth for the chilly seasons, and is willing to be sited in damp, even wet soils!A selection of the native American species, Berry Poppins™ is quite compact and very heavily branched. It needs a good hard pruning every late winter, for it blooms on new wood. And this works out well, because the plant becomes more dense and better…

  • Big Blue Eryngium Sea Holly Plant

    Big Blue Eryngium Sea Holly Plant

    Plant Patent #20,636. Far and away the brightest Sea Holly yet, this dramatic cultivar opens its 4-inch blooms pure white, and then the petals darken to brilliant blue. As the bloom matures, the color moves down the stem, until the entire flowering stalk is an iridescent shade of blue! Great for fresh or dried arrangements and content in dry soil, this butterfly magnet is very easy to grow and long-blooming. Silver foliage enhances its appeal. Zones 4-9.

  • Soft Caress Mahonia eurybracteata Oregon Grape-holly Shrub

    Soft Caress Mahonia eurybracteata Oregon Grape-holly Shrub

    Plant Patent #20,183.'Soft Caress' is unlike any other Mahonia you may have grown. First, it's a dwarf, compact enough for containers but large enough for the foundation or border. Second, its foliage is long and slender, very finely cut and soft to the touch. Altogether a completely new look for a familiar favorite, this beautiful shrub deserves a place of honor in your lightly shaded landscape!The olive-green foliage of this shrub is elongated and widely-spaced, a threadleaf effect that works quite well against both flowers and berries. It gives 'Soft Caress' a more Oriental look, making it a nice choice…

    Plant Patent #20,183.'Soft Caress' is unlike any other Mahonia you may have grown. First, it's a dwarf, compact enough for containers but large enough for the foundation or border. Second, its foliage is long and slender, very finely cut and soft to the touch. Altogether a completely new look for a familiar favorite, this beautiful shrub deserves a place of honor in your lightly shaded landscape!The olive-green foliage of this shrub is elongated and widely-spaced, a threadleaf effect that works quite well against both flowers and berries. It gives 'Soft Caress' a more Oriental look, making it a nice choice…