A demonstration of what often overlooked and diverse plants there are.
We can only scratch the surface of all that the world offers. Expect this list of plants to expand and shift over time.
This is the website of a small nursery in the town of Sequim (pronounced “skwim”) in Washington State that sends its plants to people across the country.
The plants offered are mostly flowering perennials, for a variety of climates. There are several ways the plants can be ordered. One of them would be your using our secure on-line shopping cart.
Please scan the list on the right to see if there is anything to interest you. Besides what you see now, there are additional plants waiting in the wings to be added later in the year and also next year.
These plants can be sent to gardeners in other countries. If you are outside the United States, it's better if you send us an email of the plants you want instead of ordering on-line from our website.
The list of plants is organized as one single, long alphabetical list. There are about two hundred plants on it, so it isn't too long.
You might be asking, “what additional plants will be added in the future?” Special interests of ours that you can expect to see increase are: evergreen perennials, fragrant plants, winter flowers, kniphofias, plants with foliage colored other than green, such as dark leaved plants and variegated plants, and ....things that go “bump” in the night.
PayPal is a very secure way to pay online (eBay uses PayPal). When you are paying for plants on our website with a credit card, only PayPal sees your credit card number. PayPal does not share your number with us. The only information we see are the plants you have ordered and your name and address. So you can be confident that your privacy is protected.
The plants offered for shipping are all raised here. And most of them are also propagated here.
The majority of our plants are grown in the size of container that is 5½ inches tall shown in this picture. Its dimensions are 5½ inches tall by 3 inches square at the top. The plants that are grown in the pot to the left are the succulents (Sempervivums and Jovibarbas), and a few of the rock garden perennials. Plants grown in the wider, larger pot are the red-hot pokers (Kniphofias). A small percentage of plants are sent bare-root as husky divisions because they are field-grown in the ground (ones especially difficult to grow in small pots), such as daylilies and Japanese irises.
We shall not cease from exploration.
And at the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time. - T.S. Eliot
If the only prayer you say in your whole life
is “thank you,” that would suffice. - Meister Eckhart