GREETINGS from Eastern Plant!
The Maine nursery featuring natives and the best rhodos for 30 years long before it was the “in” thing.
Experience counts! Why pay high prices when ours cost so much less
HERE IS OUR FALL SUPER SALE ONLY FOR BLOG SUBSCRIBERS
ALL CAN BE SAFELY PLANTED NOW IN FALL
FOR ANY PLANT NOT LISTED HERE BUT IN OUR EMAIL SALE FLYER YOU GOT SEVERAL WEEKS AGO, YOU CAN TAKE 10% OFF.
These prices are only for blog subscribers. It’s free to subscribe if you haven’t. YOU MUST PURCHASE THE MINIMUM QUANTITY PER SPECIES TO GET THESE GREAT PRICES. THIS OFFER WILL EXPIRE
SEE FULL DESCRIPTIONS IN WILDFLOWER OR APPROPRIATE SECTION HERE ON THE BLOG
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OK …here are the plants in our super sale. Expires Dec 1
All other plants in our email sent several weeks you can take 10% off
ALL CAN BE SAFELY PLANTED NOW IN FALL
BLOODROOT-Sanguinaria canadensis 5 tubers only $9 10 tubers only $19 20 tubers only $36 40 tubers only $69 100 tubers only $135 OTHER NURSERIES CHARGE UP TO 12 BUCKS PER TUBER
BLUE COHOSH-Caulophyllum thalicroides 4 year old divisions equal to gallon sized, only $3 you must buy at least 3 so that’s $9 for three. 6 for $17 That is still less cost than other nurseries one! OTHER NURSERIES CHARGE UP TO $14
RED TRILLIUM-Trillium erectum medium size bulbs 5 for $14 10 for $23 most are blooming sized Giant bulbs, guaranteed blooming size $7 each 3 for $19 small but healthy bulbs a year from blooming, 10 for $19 OTHER NURSERIES CHARGE UP TO 12 BUCKS PER BULB
JACK IN THE PULPIT-Ariseama triphyllum Dramatic easy grower for damp areas. Small bulbs 5 for $10 10 for $19 regular bulbs 5 for $15, 10 for $28 GIANT bulbs $7 each -plants should be 3 feet next year
FALSE SOLOMONS SEAL-Smilacina racemosa- 3 year old division equal to gallon pot …only $2 when you buy at least 5, minimum order 5 tubers for $10. 10 for $19 Since most other places charge that for one ..well what can I say!
SOLOMONS SEAL Polyganatum This is the small, low growing species that grows to 12 inches. 5 tubers $14 ten tubers $23
TROUT LILY-Erythronium americanum DAINTY EARLY RISER WITH YELLOW FLOWERS. LOOKS BEST IN DRIFTS, MULTIPLIES FAST. 20 BULBS ONLY $15 40 bulbs only $29 80 bulbs only $55
NEW ITEM NOT LISTED IN MANY YEARS
INDIAN CUCUMBER ROOT Madeola virginica Fascinating and edible too! This sends up a whorl of leaves then another whorl with a flower lcuster on top followed by blue berries. The white root is edlible and was used by Native Americans. each $4.95 or 5 for $17 10 for $33
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PITCHER PLANT Sarracenia purpurea recent sale price $8.95 YOUR PRICE $6 EACH 3 FOR $17 JUMBO SIZE $8 EACH 3 FOR $23 THIS IS A STEAL…GET YOUR BOG GARDEN GOING. Others charge up to 16 bucks for the same thing.
CREEPING SNOWBERRY Chiogenes hispidula VERY RARE We may be the only source for this gem that is a wonderful, true creeper in the rhodo family. Spicy leaves and white fruit adorn tiny evergreen leaves. In nature it likes to grow on moss or rotting logs, forming a dense mat. It’s a northern plant, gracing cool forests. Needs afternoon shade. A plant none of your garden friends will have. At one time this was common in northern areas and even into the cooler parts on the mid Atlantic; development has nearly wiped it out…help bring it back. zones 3-6 4-6 INCH PADS $11 3 FOR $29
SWEETFERN-Comptonia peregrina This fascinating native is actually related to Bayberry, it’s not a fern. The soft, slender leaves are finely serrated and do have the aroma of hay when crushed. Totally carefree and a great plant for sunny, well drained areas. It will grow in sand, gravel or loamy soil and likes full sun. Foliage holds let and then turns a shimmering bunt orange. Grows to 2-3 feet tall and as wide. zones 3-8 10-15 inches $8 3 for $22
MOUNTAIN CRANBERRY Vaccinium vitis isea-minus This is the easier to grow sub species. Here’s a scarce evergreen creeper with edible fruit. It is also called Lingonberry. It needs coolish summers so great for New Eng. and upper midwest. We grow this in the ground making it MUCH MORE adaptable than any others grown in pots-remember to ask that if you get it elsewhere-we hope you don’t. Those shipped in from the west coast will not adapt. The tiny waxy shiny leaves are on multitudes of stems to 5 inches high. In late spring, dangling pink bell flowers adorn the plant, later giving way to edible red berries that are great in jams or eating raw. Much in demand in Europe. NEEDS acid peaty soil and half sun. Thrives in New Eng. zones 3-6 4-6 inch $5.95 3 for $16 6 for $30 Others charge up to $16 each for the very same thing
RHODO CYNOSHURE A superb late blooming rhodo that always performs yet is rarely seen. It features lush, large dark green leaves and a plant covered in Rich, large deep pink flowers with peachy highlights—the flowers really glow, are long lasting and appear when most others have finished. Hybridized by the Shapiros in NJ who created some very nice things and considered it their finest. This is hardy fully here in coastal Maine. Easy to care for and well branched. Exceptional dark and large foliage too–pretty all year and makes into a full broad plant. 3 years old 6-8 inch $21 12 inch $33
RHODO BRACHYCARPUM Possibly the hardiest species on the planet and to boot it has superb foliage. “Brachy” has tropical looking leaves which shine all year. As a bonus it blooms in summer, when most rhodos are finished. OUR SPECIAL FORM OF BRACHY HAS LARGER FLOWERS THAN MOST AND INCREDIBLY TROPICAL LOOKING LEAVES with a shine. The pink tinged, white flowers cover the plants, and while not huge add a burst of bloom that is 100% dependable–brachy can survive 35 BELOW ZERO–hardy even in Minnesota! When grown in sun it remains compact to 4-5 feet wide and tall. When grown in shade it is more open but still retaining its tropical look with highly lustrous leaves. Several sizes 3-4 inch $16 4-6 inch $21 8-12 inch $35 We have grown hundreds of brachys over the years to select out only the best of the best ..every visitor comments on them, most take one or more home.
WE LITERALLY HAVE THOUSANDS OF RHODODENDRONS…INQUIRE
ALL GROWN OUTSIDE–THE ONLY NURSERY THAT GOES THAT
MILKWEED SEED PODS Asclepias incarnata HELP THE BUTTERFLIES
3 PODS for $4 most mailorder firms charge 4 to 7 bucks for 50 to 100 seed. These 3 pods will have hundreds of seeds. MILKWEED IS THE SOLE FOOD FOR MONARCH BUTTERFLIES, WHICH ARE IN TROUBLE. EASY IN SUN AND WELL DRAINED SOIL, ZONE 3 HARDY.
RHODODENDRON SEED– Are you interested in growing rhodos from seed. Its fun, rewarding and you can get alot of plants or little cost. All you need are flourescent lights, like shop lights and plastic trays with clear domes available at garden centers. We have seed from 30 species/cultivars INQUIRE Seed is $4 a packet (minimum 30 seeds per packet) postage included. We send a detailed how to sheet with the seed. SOME WE HAVE ARE: YAKUSIMANUM, SMIRNOWII, MUCRONULATUM, MAXIMUM SELECT FORM, MAXIMUM OH MY GOSH, DEGRONIANUM, METTERNICHII, PINXTERBLOOM AZALEA..MANY MORE….EMAIL FOR LIST email@example.com