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Catrina’s Garden 2019 Availability and Price List

Daylily

*these are newly available and not yet listed on my website.

Seedlings (see photos on Facebook) 7.00

Anne Welch 6.00

Apricot Sparkles

*Apricot Sparkles (Clump) 6.00

Autumn Red (Clump) 5.00

Bertie Ferris 6.00

Bitsy 5.00

Black Eyed Stella 6.00

Bright Sunset 10.00

Condilla 7.00

Double River Wye 7.00

Evelyn Claar 7.00

*Farnsworth Spider 10.00

Final Touch 7.00

*Fooled Me 12.00

Frankie’s Fantasy 8.00

Frans Hals 6.00

Freedom Ring 12.00

Funny Valentine 6.00

Gentle Shepherd 10.00

Gold Spider 12.00

*Grape Magic 6.00

Highland Lord 12.00

Holly Dancer 7.00

Ice Carnival 6.00

Indian Giver 12.00

Itsy Bitsy Spider 5.00

Jo Barbre 8.00

Kindly Light 6.00

Little Business 5.00

Little Fat Dazzler 8.00

Little Missy

Little Missy 7.00

Little Red Warbler 7.00

*Longfield Pearl 6.00

Luxury Lace 6.00

Magic Dawn 7.00

Matt 8.00

May May 5.00

Ming Toy (clump) 6.00

Newberry Frilly Lady 9.00

Pandora’s Box 6.00

Pardon Me 5.00

Platinum Palette Brave Heart 8.00

Puddin 5.00

Pumpkin Moonshine 8.00

Purple De Oro 5.00

Ralph Henry 5.00

Raspberry Pixie 5.00

Red Ribbons 10.00

*Rocket City 9.00

Ruby Stella

*Ruby Stella 5.00

Ruffled Apricot 12.00

Rustic Dream 8.00

Sammy Russell (clump) 6.00

Siloam Baby Talk 5.00

Siloam Doodlebug 7.00

Siloam June Bug 6.00

So Lovely 10.00

Spindazzle 12.00

Stella De Oro 5.00

Strawberry Candy 7.00

Sultan’s Ruby 7.00

*Summer Flair 5.00

*Trahlyta 9.00

White Temptation 9.00

Wilson Spider 12.00

Perennials

Acorus Calamus Sweet Flag 4.00

Allium Caeruleum – Azure Onion 4.00

Allium Senescens Glaucum 5.00

Bugloss

Brunnera Macrophylla – Bugloss 5.00

Campanula persicifolia – Peach Leaf Bellflower 5.00

Catmint – Nepeta 4.00

Clematis Virginiana – Virgin’s Bower 6.00

Columbine – Alpine Blue 5.00

Cup Plant – Silphium perfoliatum 7.00

Foxglove 4.00

Geranium – Cranesbill 4.00

Ligularia – Desdemona 7.00

Ligularia – The Rocket 7.00

Lupine polyphyllis 7.00

Phlox – Emerald Blue or white 4.00

Sedum – Angelina 4.00

Sedum – Blue Spruce 4.00

Sedum – Chubby Fingers 4.00

Sedum – Dragon’s Blood 4.00

Strawberry – Lipstick – 6 plants 5.00

Veronica – Royal Blue 6.00

Veronica – New Century 5.00

Viola pubescens eriocarpa – yellow violet (6 pl) 4.00

Vinca Minor – bare root flat 5.00

Iris

MDB Orange Tiger 4.00

MDB Navy Doll 4.00

SDB Flower Shower 3.00

SDB Vavoom 4.00

IB Bumble Bee Delight 4.00

Iris Eleanor Roosevelt
Iris Eleanor Roosevelt

IB Eleanor Roosevelt 3.00

IB Honorabile 4.00

TB I Do 4.00

TB Cardinal 4.00

TB Imortality 4.00

TB Neglecta 4.00

TB Queen Catherine 4.00

Siberian old fashioned (clump) 5.00

Siberian Laughing Brook 7.00

Siberian Pink Haze 8.00

Siberian Snow Queen 7.00

Siberian Butter and Sugar 7.00

More different iris most likely available after bloom

Hosta Resonance

By Shaw/Aden 1976

Resonance is a low growing, small hosta with medium green leaves that have a creamy/white wavy edged margin. The orchid flowers appear in August. It forms a nice clump with lanceolate leaves and the leaves turn to the side giving it a pinwheel shape. A mature plant is 13″ tall by 30″ wide.

$9.00

Hosta Green Sparkler

By Zilis 2010

This small hosta (about 10 inches tall by 2 feet wide when mature) is a sport of Sparkler. It is like one of my favorites, Red October, in that it has red petioles. The difference is that the leaves are bright green, wavy and shiny instead of dark green and glaucous. The flowers are pale purple on 2 foot scapes.

$7.00

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Hosta Zounds

By Aden; 1978

Hosta Zounds

Hosta Zounds

This medium/large brilliant gold hosta simply glows in the dark. The chordate, puckered, heart shaped leaves are cupped and this becomes more pronounced as the plant ages. Better if it gets some sun. The glossy leaves show off pure white flowers on 24” scapes.

$9.00

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Hosta Wide Brim

Paul Aden 1979

Wide Brim has a bright grass green center with a wide irregular cream to yellow margin which holds throughout the season. Round, cordate leaves are 8″ long x 6” wide with 11 veins.

A rapid grower, it is low and wide, with great color and texture. Wide Brim is bound to be a standout in any planting. Because it doesn’t get very tall, it goes well in front of the larger blue hostas.

Forms a wide 3 foot clump but only 1.5 feet tall. The scape is foliated and very thick and has a double twist (twisting one revolution every 3-5 inches) sporting two stalks of flowers higher up on the scape. Pale lavender flowers bloom in July.

$6.00

Hosta Venusta

Fumio Maekawa 1935/AHS 1993

Venusta is a Korean native and was originally found on Cheju Island. In Japan they call it Otome Giboshi, which means the beautiful maiden.

This miniature is one of the smallest species of hosta and it has been used widely in hybridizing today’s many miniatures.

Venusta multiplies quickly and though it is tiny the foliage is dense and the mound can spread via a creeping root stock. The leaves are very small and a dark satiny green. They are about the size of your thumb nail with 4 veins and are oval to heart shaped with slightly undulate edges.

The ridged slightly red scapes are about 10” tall and bear a profusion of violet flowers. Petioles are also reddish or have red spots.

$6.00

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Hosta Twist of Lime

Bruce Banyai/Bob Solberg 1991

Bright lemon yellow leaves with a wavy deep green margin. The leaves are 1” x 3” and lancolate with 3 veins.

This mini hosta forms a neat small semi upright clump and can spread up to 10” wide by 4” tall.

This cute introduction is a mutation of H. ‘Lemon Lime’ and is great for the rock garden or as an edger!

The clump is topped with a profusion of deep violet flowers in late spring.

$6.00

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Hosta The Razor’s Edge

By Terpening;

Hosta The Razors Edge, Venusta and Touch of Class

Hosta The Razors Edge, Venusta and Touch of Class

This award winning mini hosta is dramatically different with its very narrow and very wavy, lance shaped, green leaves. The red petioles get darker as the summer heats up and the lavender flowers attract hummingbirds. Nice in the rock garden or as an edger.

$6.00

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Hosta Striptease

C & R Thompson 1991

Striptease is an unusual H. ‘Gold Standard’ mutation, a very dark green leaf where the green is actually a very wide margin. The center is a thin strip of gold with a unique strip of white that surrounds the gold center. The white band is sometimes not seen until the plant become mature. The satiny heart shaped leaves are about 5” x 6”.

The vigorous growing 2.5′ wide 2’ tall clump is topped with fragrant violet flowers on 2′ scapes in July.

1997 Nancy Minks Award winner. 2005 Hosta of the Year

$8.00

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Hosta Stiletto

Paul Aden 1987

Stiletto is a seedling of Amy Aden.

This dwarf plant is vigorous and forms a nice tight mound that can reach 10” wide by 6” tall.

The lanceolate undulating leaves, that are about 7” x 1”, give the plant the illusion of motion. It is green with a narrow white margin and the foot tall spikes carry purple striped flowers in August.

$6.00

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