We’ve gotten in our first shipment of native perennial plants for those of you who’d like to add some of these beauties to your garden. The selection is usually a bit limited, so please come see us now if you’re interested in them.
Plants in stock now include bloodroot, (Sanguinaria canadensis) which have the purest, whitest blooms in early spring…) blue woodland phlox (Phlox divaricata) that will slowly spread where it’s happy… jacob’s ladder, (Polemonium reptans) Indian pinks, (Spigelia marilandica) that are actually red and yellow! Celandine poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum) which will brighten the garden with bright yellow blooms…and southern maidenhair fern, which handles our heat in stride…(Adiantum capillaris)
The above photo shows the bloodroot just emerging…These are all in quart pots with the exception of the southern maidenhair fern, which is offered in gallon containers. We are so pleased this shipment is from just down the road in Wilsonville, Alabama.
You’ll notice as you walk in our door we have our own southern maidenhair fern growing in the greenhouse out of the asphalt – obviously some spores landed there and took a liking to that spot – so, sorry, it’s not for sale…of course, we’ll continue to post as new arrivals come in, so stay tuned!