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Hosta, Sedum, Iris, Cranesbill Geranium, Ornamental Grass... - $20 (Kalamazoo)

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Hosta, Ornamental Grass, Iris, Perennial Geranium, Ground Cover Sedum, Lambs Ear

This list represents a variety of different plants. Prices are per unit.

(5) - Miscanthus 'Morning Light / Maiden Grass' - 2-3g Container $20

NOTE: We have sold out of the ornamental grass but have five recently harvested that should be available by mid-summer. SHOULD BE AVAILABLE IN JULY.

"Dense clumps of slender, green blades with creamy white margins and midveins that create a shimmering silvery appearance. A superb grass that adds visual excitement wherever used. Reddish inflorescences that persist through winter provide an interesting accent to bare winterscapes. Wonderful texture for beds and borders. Full sun to part shade."

Forms clumps 5 ft. tall, 3 to 4 ft. wide; plumes reach 6 ft. tall.

(6) - Perennial Geranium 'Cranesbill' - 2-3g Container. $20/ea x 5 - $125

Cranesbill forms mounds of deeply cut, glossy green foliage topped with cup-shaped flowers in shades of pink or magenta. It's a quick spreader that makes a wonderful ground cover, mass planting and cascading over retaining walls. Beautiful plant and flowers.

Light/Watering: Light shade to full sun in the North and part shade in the South will allow these plants to reach peak performance. Most adapt well to short periods of dry conditions, and all respond to regular watering.

(3) 'Max Frei' Perennial Geranium - 2-3g $15/ea x 3 = $45

Low maintenance groundcover, avoided by deer and rabbits. Magenta saucer-shaped blooms appear in late spring.
Sun to part-sun, 12" tall x 24"wide at maturity.

(4) - Groundcover Sedum - 1g Container $10/ea x 4 = $40

Creeping sedums, also commonly known as stonecrops, offer unending interest throughout my garden. They are among the most versatile, drought-tolerant, and easy-to-grow perennials. This variety has dark green foliage and yellow flowers.

While even the poorest soil can nourish sedums—and poor or little soil is actually their preferred medium—good drainage is the key to growing them. Too much moisture, especially standing water, will do what no drought can: It will quickly kill a sedum"

(13) Hosta 'Francee' (Green with white edges) - $20/ea x 13 = $260
(2) Hosta 'Francee' (Green with white edges) - $15/ea = 30

"Morning sun or dappled light conditions are ideal. In the warmer parts of its growing zones, the plant should be situated in full shade. Too much light can burn the foliage. This plant prefers organically rich soil. Loamy or clay soils can work, as long as there is adequate drainage. Moreover, it can tolerate a slightly acidic to slightly alkaline soil pH.

The Francee hosta thrives in consistently moist but not soggy soil. Never let the soil dry out. Soil that is too dry can cause the leaf margins to turn brown. It’s ideal to water directly into the soil and not from above the leaves, as water sitting on the foliage for too long can create prime conditions for fungal diseases"

(3) Royal Standard Hosta 2-3g - $20/ea x 3 = $60

(4) 'Royal Standard' Hosta 2-3g, very mature plants $50/ea x 4 = $200

(9) Guacamole 2-3g - $20/ea x 9 = $180

(3) Sedum 'Autumn Joy' (an upright perennial) 2-3g - $20/ea x 3 = $60

(3) Iris - Light Yellow/Orange/White in Color. Double bearded. 2-3g - $20/ea x 4 = $100
(2) Iris - Light Yellow/Orange/White in Color. Double bearded. 2-3g (less mature) - $15/ea x 2 = $30

(1) Iris in Urn - Light Yellow/Orange/White in Color. Double bearded.
Larger of the two urns: $55 (Urn and Plants); Plants Only: $30
Large urn should produce apx 12 +/- rhizomes (Yield should probably be closer to 18 rhizomes, so 12 +/- should be conservative)

(1) Iris in Urn - Light Yellow/Orange/White in Color. Double bearded.
Smaller of the two urns: $50 (Urn and Plants); Plants Only: $20
Smaller urn should produce 8-10 rhizomes.

(1) Lambs Ear - Presently in urn (not included) until it can be potted. $15

VENMO or Cash only. Door drop off available in Kalamazoo/Portage area for $20 deliver fee. Paid In Full through Venmo required for deliver.

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