Plant List

This plant list isn’t designed to be a sales catalog, rather, it is meant as an informative list of some of our interesting and worthwhile plants. The definitive, up-to-date list of what’s in production for sale resides in Barry’s head. Please e-mail Barry’s head to inquire about availability.
Acanthus mollis "New Zealand Gold"

Huge golden foliage on a very striking plant. Comes up very late in the Spring and although it will rarely flower in zone 5 or 6, is a magnificent and hardy foliage plant. When it does flower, a 1-1 1/2 inch flower stem shoots up from the center of the plant to about 24″-36″ with unusual almost Chelone like white flowers.

Aceriphyllum rossii

Acer as in Maple, what a perfect name for this genus. In the early Spring you have a long lasting spray of crisp white flowers and the foliage holds up well all the growing season. I grow it in a rich moist bed that gets a few hours of sun in mid day. Height is about 6″ -12″ and it forms a clump with multiple divisions of about the same size.

Aconitum lycoctonum

Interesting white flowers that explain without a doubt, why the common name for plants of this genus is “Monkshood”. As I write this, I can’t remember much about this plant as far as flowering time or size goes. However, I’ve never been disappointed by the performance of any plant in this genus or in the entire Ranunculaceae family.

Acourus graminea "Himemasamune"

Boy, where do the Japanese come up with these names? But in spite of it’s mouthful of syllables, this is one adorable little plant. Only 3″-6″ tall and attractively variegated, it loves moist, boggy conditions, but will do well in any moisture retentive soil.

 

 

 

Acourus graminea "Dwarf Green"

An iddy biddy selection of the popular pond side, marginal and bog plant that will actually do well in an average mulched garden soil. Only gets about 3″-6″ tall.

Acanthus mollis "New Zealand Gold"

Huge golden foliage on a very striking plant. Comes up very late in the Spring and although it will rarely flower in zone 5 or 6, is a magnificent and hardy foliage plant. When it does flower, a 1-1 1/2 inch flower stem shoots up from the center of the plant to about 24″-36″ with unusual almost Chelone like white flowers.

Aceriphyllum rossii

Acer as in Maple, what a perfect name for this genus. In the early Spring you have a long lasting spray of crisp white flowers and the foliage holds up well all the growing season. I grow it in a rich moist bed that gets a few hours of sun in mid day. Height is about 6″ -12″ and it forms a clump with multiple divisions of about the same size.

Aconitum lycoctonum

Interesting white flowers that explain without a doubt, why the common name for plants of this genus is “Monkshood”. As I write this, I can’t remember much about this plant as far as flowering time or size goes. However, I’ve never been disappointed by the performance of any plant in this genus or in the entire Ranunculaceae family.

Acourus graminea "Himemasamune"

Boy, where do the Japanese come up with these names? But in spite of it’s mouthful of syllables, this is one adorable little plant. Only 3″-6″ tall and attractively variegated, it loves moist, boggy conditions, but will do well in any moisture retentive soil.

 

 

 

Acourus graminea "Dwarf Green"

An iddy biddy selection of the popular pond side, marginal and bog plant that will actually do well in an average mulched garden soil. Only gets about 3″-6″ tall.

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