Spring Planted Bulbs
ANEMONE Top Size
Anemone coronaria “Poppy Anemones” or “Lily of the Field”
A. candidissimum #SAR10 A pretty ‘Jack-in- the-Pulpit’ native to western China. The large cowl-like white spathe is suffused with pink inside, pale apple-green outside, enclosing tiny flowers that emit the fragrance of violas or freesias. Broad, semi- erect 12 inch leaves appear with the blooms or immediately following.
[Ht: 8"-18", Zones: 6 to 9, S/SSH] Each 27.95 2 for 52.95 4 for 97.95
Poppy Anemones are an exalted group of bril- liantly tinted, long-stemmed anemones used extensively for pot and greenhouse culture and as specimens for the flower border. [Ht: 10"-18", Bl: Summer, Zones: 6 (with protection) to 9, S/SSH, 81/sq. yd.]
A. c. His Excellency (syn. Hollandia) #SAN21 Single scarlet-red, white base, black center.
A. c. Lord Lieutenant #SAN27 Double deep blue, black center.
A. c. Monarch De Caen Single Mix #SAN25 A colorful blend of red, blue, rose and white.
A. c. St. Brigid Strain Mix #SAN33 “Peony-flowered Anemones” Semi-double blooms have several layers of petals. Includes shades of red, rose-pink, blue and white.
All A. coronaria mixes are priced per variety: 12 for 5.95 48 for 18.95
24 for 10.45 96 for 35.95
Anemone nemorosa alba #SAN34 “Wood Anemone” An exciting wood- land plant display- ing 1 inch white blooms blushed with varying degrees of pink. Planted in an environment of shade, moisture and rich humus, this charmer will endure, increasing with gen- erosity in years to come. Use: border, natural.
[Ht: 6"-8", Bl: Early
Spring, Zones: 4 to 8, SSH, 50/sq. yd.] 12 for 7.95 48 for 27.95
24 for 14.95 96 for 49.95
ARISAEMA Top Size “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” or “Cobra Lily” These fascinating and somewhat bizarre woodland wonders display dramatic hooded pitchers and unique tongues in late spring and early summer. In fall, spikes of fleshy red fruits appear. All have glossy lobed leaves that are sometimes striped and veined. Ideally suited for areas with dappled shade and moist, humus soils. Non-hardy species can be grown in pots and are best overwintered in a cool, frost-free location.
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A. griffithii #SAR12 Large, erect, tripartate leaves hover above a dark green to purple 8 to 10 inch spathe strongly netted with greenish-yellow veins and expanded like a cobra’s hood, the long tail-like spadix 8 to 20 inches long. Native to the east- ern Himalayas. Plant in a cool location. [Ht: 18"-24", Zones: 7 to 9, SSH] Each 9.95 3 for 27.95 6 for 49.95
A. ringens #SAR14 “Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit”. An attractive, easy-to-grow species native to Japan, Korea and China. Sitting between two stout 3-lobed leaves on a short petiole is a cobra-like, deeply hooded green and white striped, rippled spathe 4 to 6 inches long, the two lobes or auricles within deep purple and looking like two “cobra eyes”. Spooky!
[Ht: 18"-24", Bl: Spring, Zones: 5 to 9, SSH/SH] Each 29.95 2 for 56.95 4 for 104.95
A. sikokianum #SAR18 One of the most dramatic and beautiful arisaemas. The 6 to 10 inch spathe is dark purple with white ve- nation from which emerges a white tube terminating in a curious knob of pure white, almost like a light bulb glowing in the center. Segmented leaves are green or green with silver markings. Native to Japan.
[Ht: 12"-20", Zones: 5 to 9, SSH/SH]
Each 34.95 2 for 64.95 4 for 119.95
A. triphyllum #SAR30 This North American native is the hardiest Jack-in-the-Pulpit and appears in damp wood- lands from Canada to Florida and Louisiana. The spathe is green or purplish-brown, striped inside; the spadix green to purple or purple-flecked. Red fruit clusters appear in late summer.
[Ht: 12"-24", Bl: Late Spring, Zones: 4 to 9, SSH/SH] 3 for 10.95 12 for 35.95
6 for 19.95 24 for 64.95
A. urashima #SAR15
(Syn. A. thunbergii var. urashima) One of the most fascinating Jack-in-the-Pulpits. Protruding from the dark reddish-purple hooded pitcher is a whip-like tail that extends up to 24 inches. A single leaf with 11 to 15 leaflets provides a unique backdrop for the flower. Native to Japan.
[Ht: 18"-24", Bl: Spring, Zones: 5 to 9, SSH/SH] Each 29.95
1 plant each of A. candidissimum, A. griffithii and A. sikokianum. #SAR35X (3 plants total) 59.95
Woodland Wildflower Collection Includes 3 Arisaema triphyllum, 3 Mertensia virginica, 3 Sanguinaria canadensis and 3 Trillium grandiflorum. #SWW01X (12 plants total) 34.95
#SAR50 Top Size
“Mouse Plant” This eclectic ground cover is sure to be a hit in any wood- land garden. The flowers appear in early spring, each displaying a ma- roon spathe about 1 inch long and a white bulbous base
veined with maroon. The name “Mouse Plant” is due to the slender appendix or “tail” up to 6 inches long. The plants look like mice diving into the ground. Dark green, 6 inch, arum-like leaves go dormant in early summer. Plant the slender rhizome in well-drained soil with good organic content. The mat-forming plants colonize nicely. Native to the Mediterranean and nearby Atlantic Islands.
[Ht: 8"-10", Bl: Spring, Zones: 6 to 9, SSH/SH] Each 5.95 6 for 29.95
3 for 15.95 12 for 54.95
ARUM Top Size
A. italicum var.
This decorative plant has beau- tiful green foli- age with some white markings in early spring followed by creamy-white jack-in-the- pulpit flowers in late June. In autumn, the flower is replaced by a stalk of bright orange- red berries. A very showy woodland plant. Use: border, natural.
[Ht: 12", Zones: 5 to 9, SSH, 36/sq. yd.] 6 for 8.95
24 for 31.95
12 for 16.95 48 for 59.95
2 for 56.95 4 for 104.95
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