The photos below are just a sample of the perennials carried at the nursery. Our inventory changes daily, so please call ahead find out what's in stock!

Heuchera Assorted

Helleborus niger 'Jacob'


Helleborus 'Joseph'

Cyclamen coum

Helleborus 'Ice N' Roses Red'

Bergenia 'Bressingham Ruby'

'Baby Doll' Elephant Ears (Bergenia)

Shade groundcovers
Sun groundcovers
Japanese Fern
coral bells
Ophiopogon planiscapus
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Hellebore Bloom Chart

We are happy to have a great selection of beautiful Hellebores. Click here to see when you can expect certain varieties to bloom when planted.


30 thoughts on “Perennials

  1. Reply
    David McDonald - March 20, 2019

    When will you have abutilon?

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      Sam Wigness - March 20, 2019

      Hi David!

      We won’t start bringing in abutilon until May.

      Thanks for your question.

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    ANNE MARIE WICK - March 31, 2019


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      Sam Wigness - April 2, 2019

      Hi Anne Marie,

      We don’t have Early Sensation Clematis at this time. We do have some great looking Clematis armandii and Clematis montana rubens plants if you’d like to stop by to see those.

      Thanks for the questions!

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      Lesley - June 16, 2019

      Do you have purple heather? All I can find are pink.

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        Sam Wigness - June 18, 2019

        Hi Lesley,

        We currently have two varieties of heather (Radnor and Silver Knight) in stock, but neither are purple. We tend to have the greatest selection in autumn.

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    Claudia - April 28, 2019

    Do you have Euonymus Harlequin?

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      Sam Wigness - April 30, 2019

      Hi Claudia,

      Thanks for your question. It looks like Euonymous Harlequin is not currently in stock. We have carried it as a shrub in 1 and 2 gallon pots in the past. Feel free to call us as spring progresses to see if we have brought it in.

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    Grace - May 1, 2019

    I am looking for a Yachiyo-Tsubaki Japanese Tree Peony. Please tell me you have one?!

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      Sam Wigness - May 2, 2019

      Hi Grace,

      Thanks for reaching out. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but we aren’t offering Tree Peonies this year. We are doing our best to find a way to have them in stock for next year.

      Best of luck with your search!

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        Karen - January 27, 2020

        When will you have bleeding heart plant?

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          Kim Anderson - January 28, 2020

          Thank you for inquiring about bleeding hearts. These plants should be arriving in two weeks. Feel free to call us at the nursery to ensure they have arrived.

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    Ellendee Pepper - May 2, 2019

    Looking for heliopsis helianthoides Lorraine Sunshine, variegated leaves. Do you have? Thanx

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      Sam Wigness - May 4, 2019

      Hi Ellendee! I’m sorry, but it looks like we aren’t able to source that plant. Thanks for you question!

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    Jerry Green - June 8, 2019

    We’re looking for a wide variety and selection of heucheras.
    Hope you can help.

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      Sam Wigness - June 11, 2019

      Hi Jerry,

      Thanks for reaching out. We have about 10 varieties of Heuchera currently in stock, mostly in one gallon and quart sized pots. We often have a greater selection in autumn.

      Hope to see you soon!

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    Regina - June 30, 2019

    Hello WM!! Onemof my favorite places everim looking for crepe myrtle. Is that something you carry?


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      Sam Wigness - July 2, 2019

      Hi Regina,

      Thanks for reaching out to us! Yes, we carry a great selection of Crepe Myrtle trees that we’d love to show you.

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    Kari - July 4, 2019

    I know it is very late in the season, and they are probably dormant, but do you have any trillium (other than the common large white)?

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      Sam Wigness - July 9, 2019

      Hi Kari, thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately, we do not have any trillium in stock at this time. Check back with us later in the year!

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    Gail Cerra - July 19, 2019

    May be too late this year, but do you have any rodgersia bronze peacock, or other dark-leaf varieties?

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      Sam Wigness - July 19, 2019

      Hi Gail,

      We currently have three varieties in stock. Rodgersia pinnata ‘Chocolate Wings’ (just one of these plants in a 2 gallon pot), Rodgersia pinnata ‘Superba’ (x8) in a 1 gallon, and Rodgersia podophylla ‘Rotloab’ (x3) in a 1 gallon.

      Feel free to call us if you’d like to hold one or more of these plants for up to three days.

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    Diana - August 13, 2019

    Do you have any chelone lyonaii ‘Tiny Tortuga’ in stock?

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      Sam Wigness - August 13, 2019

      Hi Diana, thanks for the question. Unfortunately, we don’t have any in stock now and our perennial manager said it’s unlikely she’ll be able to bring any in.

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    Rebecca - September 23, 2019

    What varieties of daphne do you have in stock this fall? Thanks!

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      Kim Anderson - September 26, 2019

      Thanks for asking about our stock. Currently we have Daphne ‘Perfume Princess’ known for long blooms and amazing fragrance. In addition, Daphne odora ‘Aureomarginata’ is available with Daphne odora ‘Zuiko Nishiki’ arriving soon.

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    Janine Le - October 14, 2019

    Do you have the evergreen Clematis Armandii apple blossom color in stock?

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      Kim Anderson - October 15, 2019

      Janine, We have a 2G evergreen Clematis Armandii in stock. It is a great evergreen vine!

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    Janine - November 1, 2019

    Hi. Do you have any bi-color camellias that are red with white edges or pink and red splatters. I’m looking for the two color ones. Thank you.

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      Kim Anderson - November 9, 2019

      Thanks for asking about our camellias. We carry Camellia sasanqua ‘Apple Blossom’ which has a white bloom and pink edges. Although there are more dramatic bicolor camellias, this is one of my favorites.

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