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http://www.postofficefarmnursery.com. au/about-hellebores/growing/ Hellebores: A Great Choice for an Early Blooming Evergreen Ground Cover HELLABORES: Can you ever have enough of them? At ourhomeinthewoods, we have over 500, hellebores, not exaggerating, we really do. We’re not too fussy about varieties although we … Continue reading
Mazus ‘radicans’ is a really cool, low-growing perennial in the lopseed family, Phrymaceae. This plant is generally found in damp habitats in lowland or mountain regions of China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. (The previous info courtesy of … Continue reading
Primula ‘Miss Indigo’ Another of the assortment of ‘double’ flower primroses (primula) that grow in our garden. I love the touches of white on the edges of the flowers. Spring is in full swing.
HOSTAS – Easy to Grow, Lots of Variety! I LOVE HOSTAS, They come in an amazing array of colors, patterns & sizes. This variety is not only a beautiful color and impresive size but has the addition feature of the wonderful fragrance of … Continue reading
I’ve been collecting plants for about 25 years. Daylilies have been a favorite, starting almost 30 years ago when I was pouring through seed catalogs and found seeds for some tetraploid varieties. I started seeds and that was that. The deal … Continue reading
Primula ‘Miss Indigo’ This deep purple perennial primula has proven to be vigorous and blooms very prolifically. This year, again, it is covered in double deep indigo purple blooms with a delicate silver white edge. They are in full bloom … Continue reading