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Rhododendron dendrocharis
Arisaema yunnanense (Cobra Lily)
Our Price: $3.50
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Rhododendron dendrocharis
Our Price: $3.50
24 in stock!
Seldom seen in North America, this tri-foliate cobra has a green spathe with bold white stripes. Tappering spadex is short, narrow and and runs parallel to the horizontal spadex hood.

Gorgeous! Deep maroon spathe streaked with pale pink stripes and a spadix that has a mind of its own. Sometimes the purple colouring is so strong the leaves are tinted as well. Huge plants with trifoliate leaves. Huge tubers.

A sweet little dwarf rhododendron introduced to the gardening world in 1981, and still rare in cultivation.  Fairly large flowers in April can clothe the plant in pink.  Spiky fuzz on the densely clustered stems add interest once the blooms are gone.  Will be wider than tall making it less prone to break under a snow load.  Slow growing...will reach 50 cm tall and 1 meter wide over time.
Cornus nuttallii Sanguinaria canadensis
Cornus nuttallii bulk
Our Price: $16.50
16 in stock!
Arisaema jacquemontii (Cobra Lily)
Our Price: $3.50
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Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)
Our Price: $3.75
12 in stock!

1 ounce/28 grams freshly cleaned 2014 seed. Please inquire for larger quantities. Beautiful flowering dogwood co evolved with our pacific west coast climates of wet springs, dry summers and -12C winters. This year's seed is from trees further up the mountain where its even colder than our sea side garden. A unique dogwood which can bloom twice; once in mid spring and again in the early fall. Brilliant red to purple fall colour. Best in full sun or in open forest. Fast growing. Great pollen/nectar plant for the critters and berries for migrating song birds.


A rare spring beauty.  Distinctive lobed leaf, single white flowers whose fleeting beauty must be enjoyed in April (here).  Quite a stunning sight when large colonies form via seedlings and/or, if it loves you, slowly spreads via creeping rhizomes.  Called Bloodroot for the reddish orange sap that seeps from the thick rhizomes when cut.  Once used as face paint by First Nations to as recently in disinfecting mouthwashes.  Likes dappled sun, but can take a few hours of full sun.  Don't place in overly damp areas nor overwater as this leads to root rot.  Survives our west coast conditions just fine