Phoenix Perennials and Specialty Plants

E-Newsletter: June 2018

The Phoenix Perennials E-Newsletter

June 2018

Celebrating our 15th Anniversary Season!

Hello Fellow Gardeners!

It's a beautiful time of year as mid spring blooms overlap with early summer flowers just opening now. Phoenix Perennials is looking like a perennial paradise filled with colour everywhere. We really recommend you come back for another visit this month. Some customers tell us we should be charging admission!

In this issue we look to the bounty of summer with an article on the glorious fig, how to grow it, and the different varieties available at Phoenix including many you won't find anywhere else.

Our Fab at Phoenix installment continues to amaze with many more plants added this time around. Again, it's just the tip of the iceberg.

Various edibles are on sale now for 2 for 1 or 25% off including Mighty Matos, veggies, gourmet potatoes, and herbs. Details are below.

Also, don't forget to water all new plantings. We have had almost no rainfall through May and the soil is very dry despite this recent cool weather. New plantings are going to need your help.

See you soon at Phoenix!

Cheers, Gary and the Phoenicians

 

Edibles on Sale Now!

2 for 1
Mighty Matos, Ketchup 'n' Fries, Tomatoes, Veggies
Earth Apples Gourmet Potatoes

25% Off
9cm Herbs

 

Citrus in Stock Now!
Tons of beautiful citrus plants are available now at Phoenix!


 
 
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In this Issue

Opening Notes: News, Tidbits and the Phoenix Calendar

1. Grow Figs! -- Apples and cherries are great but how about figs? Now there's a delicious fruit that's hard to get unless you grow them yourself.
2. Phoenix in June -- You must come for a visit in June to see all the colour and beauty.
3. Workshops and Seminars 2018 -- 39 different workshops for gardeners of all levels. Join us for fun and information to help you get confident and be successful in your garden or on your patio.
4. Phoenix Perennials Mail Order 2018 -- Hundreds of new plants bring us up to 1000 different plants offered to Canadian gardeners this season through our mail order dividion.
5. Fab at Phoenix -- Gary's picks of what's new and exciting at the Phoenix candy store.

 


Opening Notes: News, Tidbits and the Phoenix Calendar

The Phoenix Perennials Calendar
There's so much going on at the nursery all the time. Here's your resource to keep track. Also don't miss our Workshop Schedule.
Date
Event Description
  Check out our Workshop Schedule for upcoming workshops and seminars.

 

Edibles on Sale Now!

It's not too late to plant edibles but you should do it soon. Here's some incentive.

2 for 1
Mighty Matos, Ketchup 'n' Fries, Tomatoes, Veggies
Earth Apples Gourmet Potatoes

25% Off
9cm Herbs

 

Botanical Tour
Wildflowers of
Southwestern Australia
September 2019
With your guide Phoenix Perennials owner Gary Lewis
An alumni UBC tour open to everyone!

View Recorded Webinar
On March 15, 2018 I gave a 35 minute webinar on the tour and the flora of Western Australia. You can view the recording here:

View Webinar

View the Itinerary and Tour Details
Wildflowers of Southwestern Australia Tour Info


 

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Hours for Flowers Volunteer Program

Our Hours for Flowers Volunteer Program is for interested gardeners who want to set up a regular schedule with us to come to the nursery and help us with plant care, propagation, weeding, watering and other nursery tasks. You can do any number of hours you like on any day. We just ask that you make it a regular schedule. In addition to our gratitude we will also give you plants!

Contact Patricia by phone (604-270-4133) or email (info at phoenixperennials.com) for more information and to start volunteering!

 


1.

GROW YOUR OWN FIGS
Figs are hard to find and expensive so why not grow your own?

The common fig (Ficus carica) is a delicious fruit that I loved as a child without having ever laid my eyes on a fresh fruit or even perhaps realizing that a fig was a fruit at all. As a kid I was very fond of fig newtowns, that cookie that is an envelope of soft dough wrapped around a tasty pureed fig centre.

Not until I started collecting houseplants as a tween did I first see a plant of the common fig when I was given a cutting from the lady down the street with a greenhouse filled with subtropical and tropical wonders. I rooted it on the kitchen counter though it didn't ever produce fruit as a houseplant in southern Ontario. Not until I moved to Vancouver did I become acquainted with full-sized fruiting trees of Ficus carica eventually planting one in my own garden and enjoying the delectable summer bounty every year since. From fig newtowns to the fresh figs in my garden, it has been a life of appreciation for this unique fruit.

Ficus carica is native to the Middle East and western Asia but has been grown since ancient times throughout the old world including the Mediterranean. Indeed, the common fig is thought to be one of the first plants cultivated by humans with archeological finds dating back more than 11,000 years in the Jordan Valley long before the domestication of wheat, barley, and legumes. Some suggest that the cultivation of figs might be the first known case of agriculture.

Figs grow naturally in the wild in dry and sunny areas in either deep, rich soil or nutritionally poor, rocky soils. They have deep roots that search out water in dry climates. In our gardens they prefer the hottest location available in full sun with good drainage and soils of average fertility. Ficus carica can be grown as low as zone 5 but with varying levels of protection. They are most easily grown in zones 8-10 where they grow into small to medium sized trees with a nice subtropical look. In zones 6 and 7 they can often be successfully grown if sited against a south-facing wall and mulched in winter. In zone 5 and the colder end of zone 6 figs can be grown but with considerable protection. A method was developed by the Italian diaspora living in cold North American cities such as New York, Boston, and Toronto where figs were laid down and buried in trenches for the winter by digging a trench beside the tree and partially severing the roots so the tree could be laid down and then covered with soil and other insulating materials. I have even heard of a gentleman in Edmonton who successfully grows figs in his zone 3 garden using this method. Some cultivars are noted to be hardier than others such as 'Chicago Hardy' and 'Brown Turkey'. There are also dwarf cultivars that are easy to protect like 'Petite Negra' and 'Little Ruby' or half size cultivars like 'Little Miss Figgy'.

Figs benefit from growing in hot, sunny spots. They will luxuriate in south-facing locations especially along a wall or fence and produce great crops of fruit. In zones 6 and 7 a brick or stone wall or the wall of the house can provide a protected microclimate to get your fig through the winter.

Figs produce two crops each year. The first is called the breba crop which forms on old wood. The second is produced on new wood. In cool summer climates such as British Columbia only the breba crop will ripen, usually at the end of July and early August. The second crop will begin to form but not fully ripen before frost. Green fleshed figs are the easiest to ripen in cool summer climates. Brown and purple figs require longer seasons or to be sited in really hot, sunny spots.

Large, sweet 'Desert King' figs harvested from my tree and sitting in a large metal mixing bowl. This is the harvest from one day during the three weeks of the summer harvest. My tree produces LOTS of figs. When you have a mature tree you'll be feeding figs to all your friends.

When customers come to Phoenix looking for apples or cherries I am pleased with their desire to grow their own fruit but I often make sure they are aware that they can grow figs. Top quality apples and cherries can be attained easily from the Okanagan Valley. They are also available to other Canadians from their local or regional sources such as Niagara in Ontario or the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. But where in Canada can you buy figs? You can get imported fruit from your green grocer but they are usually expensive and the quality and freshness varies. The truth of the matter is that to get yourself abundant crops of delicious, sweet figs you have to grow them yourself. Luckily at Phoenix Perennials we have many fig varieties available! Here they are:

Ficus carica 'Petite Negra' - Common Fig - 'Petite Nigra' is a super dwarf fig tree that happily produces in small containers. The leaves have a unique growth habit. The fruit appears early, it is dark purple, and is medium in size. This is the perfect fig to grow outdoors in warmer zones or to use as a winter houseplant and summer outdoor patio plant in colder zones. Let's grow figs right across Canada! Ficus carica 'Beer's Black/Black Mission' - Common Fig - 'Beer's Black'/'Black Spanish' is a dwarf tree that can be kept even smaller with pruning making it suitable for container culture. This selection is reliable and productive - though should be grown in the hottest spots you have - bearing abundant crops of dark mahogany fruits that are very sweet, juicy, and firm - great for fresh eating, preserves, and drying.
Ficus carica 'Desert King' - Common Fig - 'Desert King' is very productive and reliable especially in cool summer climates, producing abundant, yellowish-green figs with sweet and richly flavourful, strawberry coloured flesh. In coastal BC it ripens in late July and early August with abundant crops. Ficus carica 'Little Ruby' - Common Fig - 'Little Ruby' is a super dwarf fig tree that happily produces in small containers or even as a bonsai! The fruit appears early, is reddish brown, sweet, and medium in size. This is the perfect fig to grow outdoors in warmer zones or to use as a winter houseplant and summer outdoor patio plant in colder zones.
Ficus carica 'Chicago Hardy' - Common Fig - Ficus carica 'Chicago Hardy' is one of the most cold hardy figs available with a valuable early fruiting season compared with other cultivars. It produces brown, medium-sized fruit in summer with a rich, sweet flavour. It also has the unique ability to produce some fruit even when stems have been killed to the ground, though the greatest production will be from plants with over-wintered wood. A good container candidate. Also known as 'Bensonhurst Purple', this cultivar is originally from Sicily. Ficus carica Little Miss Figgy 'MAJOAM' - Common Fig - Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy' has to have THE best cultivar name in edibles: "Kermie! Where are my figs?" This dwarf cultivar tops off at just 4-6 feet tall by 3-4 feet wide making it perfect for container growing or small spaces. This size also makes it easy to take in and protect in cold winter climates! It has attractive blue-green leaves and great crops of sweet, dark purple fruits. Delicious.
Ficus carica 'Yellow Long Neck' - Common Fig - Ficus 'Yellow Long Neck' produces excellent crops of honey-sweet yellow-green figs with long necks. It is a medium-sized fig growing to 6-8 feet tall which can be grown in the ground or in a large container. It is said to be able to produce fruit in the same year that the wood has been killed to the ground by a hard winter. Now that's called "making a come back." Ficus carica 'Olympian' - Common Fig - Ficus 'Olympian' is an extra hardy fig that can survive zone 6 winters and produces well in the Pacific Northwest and BC or other cool summer climates. It produces excellent, reliable crops with thin purple skin and red to violet flesh with great sweetness. It is a medium-sized fig growing to 6-8 feet tall which can be grown in the ground or in a large container.

 

 

Come and get 'em!

All of these figs are available now at Phoenix. Some of them even have fruit developing!

We also have: 'LSU Purple', 'Lattarulla', and 'Brown Turkey'.

Ficus carica 'Celeste'/'Celestial' - Common Fig - Ficus 'Celeste' is a medium-sized fig growing 4-8 feet tall. It is a good performer in the US southeast where it is one of the earliest cultivars to ripen. This suggests it should also do well in our cool summer climates. 'Celeste' forms great crops of brown to purple figs with excellent, rich, sweet flavour. It also has good cold hardiness.

 


2.

You Must Visit Us In June

Phoenix Perennials hits the glory days of early summer colour!

You've been to the Hellebore Hurrah!. You've probably visited in April and you certainly have been in May. But have you come to see us in June? As we turn into the late spring and early summer season Phoenix erupts with flower colour and beauty with zooming hummingbirds everywhere. It is a perennial and garden paradise. Now is the time to come back for a visit to get some inspiration for the summer garden and to see what all these amazing plants look like when they come into bloom.

View a Photo Album of Flowers in Bloom Now

View a Photo Album of Shade Plants Looking Great Now

 


3.

Workshops and Seminars 2018

Get Confident. Have Fun. Make Life Beautiful.

Welcome to our 2018 workshops and one of the most exciting line-ups we've ever offered! We are proud to provide one of the largest workshop programs in our region with 39 different workshops and seminars including our FREE Gardening 101 Series designed for beginner and intermediate gardeners plus lots of exciting hands on projects. Join us to fill in your knowledge and create beautiful things.

SPECIAL 10% OFF EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 6th, 2018!
Use the Promo Code: LEARN2018.
Available for online registrations only.

Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.
REGISTER NOW

Our workshops are grouped thematically into series to keep them organized and help you make your selections.

GARDENING 101 SERIES - Our FREE series is designed for beginner and intermediate gardeners with a wide range of topics to develop your gardening knowledge and build your confidence in the garden.
PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES - This series focuses on all the amazing things you can grow in and eat from your garden.
CONTAINER SERIES
- We've got the hottest container ideas for you with workshops that will help you achieve cool installations to grace your patio and garden.

Full Workshop Details and Descriptions
Instructor Biographies
Booking Workshops

Full Workshop Details and Descriptions

 

Fall and Winter Workshops

September

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Fall & Winter | Linda | Sun Sept 9, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Do you want to know what the best performing perennials are for fall and winter? Kate will introduce you to a selection of top plant performers for West Coast gardens that provide great seasonal interest. She will also provide seasonal maintenance tips. This course could be the most important step you take to transform your garden from ordinary to extraordinary! For a full year of top plants sign up for our the Spring and Summer Best Plants sessions.

   
CONTAINER SERIES | Terrariums to Bring the Outdoors In | Kate | Sun Sept 16, 11am-1pm | $20 | It's time to bring back terrariums! These miniature gardens inside glass vessels are perfect decorations for inside the house year round. We'll have a variety of succulents, ferns, air plants, venus fly traps, and sundews for you to combine with coloured mosses, stones, and glass pebbles. The rest is up to you! Kate will instruct you on the ins and outs of designing and caring for the miniature gardens inside your terrariums. Then you'll get to do up your own! This workshop includes your soil, stones, and decorative glass but does not include the container or the plants you choose. We'll have lots of containers and plants on hand to choose from.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Fall Colour | Jo | Sun Sept 23, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Do you have a colourful fall garden? Or does it just turn to grey and yellow mush once the rains start? There are numerous perennials, shrubs and small trees that provide great fall foliage and flower colour. Include just a few of these plants in strategic locations in the garden and you could have a fall garden to remember and look forward to!
   

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Jewels of the Spring Garden: Discover the World of Bulbs | Jo | Sun Sept 30, 11am-12pm | FREE* | By fall you might be ready for a rest from the garden but do yourself one little favour before winter comes: plant some bulbs. You’ll be glad you did come spring. In this workshop you’ll meet a diverse range of spring-blooming bulbs for the garden and containers including many uncommon but exciting possibilities. You will also receive instruction on designing with bulbs and planting them in layers for knock out displays in containers or small spaces.

   

CONTAINER SERIES | Winter Containers to Die For: Learn the Secrets of Fabulous Pots Then Make Your Own | Kate | Sun Sept 30, 10am-12pm | $14 | This is a fun hands-on workshop for gardeners of all levels who are interested in learning how to successfully create gorgeous perennial containers that will provide months of winter interest and an antidote against the dark, cold days of the year. You'll get to plant up and take home your own fabulous container.

Please bring your own large pot (minimum 12-14 inches in diametre) with enough space for at least 3 to 5 one gallon perennials. We will have a range of options available if you don't have your own pot. The price of the workshop includes your potting mix but not the plants you use.

 

December

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Advanced Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Fri Nov 30, 1-3pm | $75 (Includes hellebore.) | This class for advanced wreath-makers or ambitious beginners takes what we normally do in the our original wreath making workshop and builds on it with more creativity including nesting a potted hellebore within your wreath that looks like an adorable bird's nest with white birds (hellebore flowers) peaking out.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery plus a hellebore. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Sat Dec 1, 10am-12pm | $60 | Decorate your home for the holiday season with your very own Christmas Rose wreath! Kate will teach you how to design and build a festive, florist-quality wreath with unique greenery and dried pods and cones. She will then teach you to incorporate Christmas roses into your wreath keeping it colourful & dynamic!

Our popular wreath-making workshop is a great chance to spend quality time with friends and family while accomplishing a great project to lift your spirits through the short days of winter.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Succulent Christmas Centerpieces | Kate | Sat Dec 1, 1-3pm | $60 (Includes everything.) | In this workshop we'll bring together succulents and seasonal greenery to create a modern take on the Christmas centrepiece. You can choose to make a centrepiece for an outdoor table with hardy succulents or one for indoors with non-hardy succulents.

Registration includes all materials and greenery plus succulents. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Picture Frame Wreaths | Kate | Sun Dec 2, 10am-12pm | $60 (Includes everything.) | Christmas time is about memories. Picture frames are about holding and celebrating memories. We'll combine this idea of the picture frame with the techniques of wreath making to make a beautiful and unique Christmas decoration for your garden or home for the holiday season. Last year's participants made some really impressive creations!

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Outdoor Containers to Die For | Kate | Sun Dec 2, 1-3pm | $20 | Impress your Christmas guests as soon as they arrive at your front door or enliven your patio with a fantastic outdoor winter container centred with a glistening Christmas rose, Helleborus niger, and other great perennials and shrubs that offer winter interest. Kate will lead you in the design, planting and final decoration of your planter with winter twigs and greens.

 

 

Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.
REGISTER NOW

 


4.

Phoenix Perennials Mail Order 2018

A New Look and More Plants Than Ever Before!

Let us introduce you to our new mail order site for 2018. It has taken us some extra time to launch it because we have added more new plants than ever before and we've also upgraded our shopping cart system to make it easier and more beautiful to shop. Taa-daa!

GET SHOPPING!
Are you local? If you're a local customer, we don't accept orders for pick-up but feel free to peruse our mail order site and email us a list of the plants you would like. We'll put you on the Wish List and let you know when they're ready.

Have fun!
Please tell everyone you know across Canada about
Phoenix Perennials Mail Order! We need your help to get the word out.

 


5.

Fabulous at Phoenix
Gary's Picks of New, Notable and Luscious Plants Available Right Now at the Phoenix Candy Store

Our selection is changing every day. There are are hundreds of items I could highlight here. You'll just have to come in to see them all!

Carpenteria californica 'Elizabeth' - Tree Anemone - Carpenteria is a lonely species taxonomically, being the only member of its genus, and geographically, being found in the wild at only seven sites in Fresno and Madera counties in California. 'Elizabeth' grows up to six feet tall with flaky bark on older stems and masses of flowers. The large anemone-like flowers are pure white clustered with yellow stamens. The evergreen leaves are lance-shaped, glossy green above, blue-green to whitish and downy beneath. It is closely related to Philadelphus, the mock oranges. Plant in dry soils. Osteospermum barberiae var. compactum 'Purple Mountain' - Sun Daisy - Osteospermum barberiae var. compactum 'Purple Mountain' is a super hardy African Daisy that will bloom constantly or in waves from spring to summer and intermittently until frost with deadheading with warm lavender purple daisies with yellow centres on a mat or mound of lush, green foliage. Drought tolerant once established. A dazzling wild flower from the summits of the Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa. Grow in lean soils that are not over-irrigated.
Gladiolus recurvus hybrid 'Robinetta' - Hardy Glad - Gladiolus 'Robinetta'' is a 1958 hybrid notable for its blousy, magenta flowers streaked with white. Hardy gladiola are an old garden favourite offering contemporary gardens ease of care and interest for collectors of increasingly scarce heirloom varieties. Taking little space to grow, they combine well with other plants and make excellent cut flowers. Bulbs require good drainage. Leave the foliage to nourish the bulb after cutting back the flower stalk and mulch in winter. Possibly hardy to zone 6b. Campanula 'Sarastro' - Bellflower - Campanula 'Sarastro' is a fragrant and floriferous bellflower with dark purple-blue bell-shaped flowers on branching stems. Vigorous growing but slow to spread. Similar to ‘Kent Belle’ but shorter and more branching.

Albuca spiralis 'Frizzle Sizzle' - Corkscrew Albuca - Albuca spiralis 'Frizzle Sizzle' is a zany South African zone 8 bulb that has got to have some of the most surprising foliage in the botanical world. The semi-succulent leaves seem like they're going to be normal but then they spiral into dizzying swirls of leafy wonder. This is a perfect addition to a succulent collection. The flowers grow on spikes and are yellow-green. Untried outdoors in coastal BC so likely best as a pot plant to be safe. Bulbs can go dormant for a period so don't fret. Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' - Crassula - Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' is a stunning succulent forming small, upright towers of tightly packed, succulent leaves in opposite pairs that curl upwards at the tip creating one of the most intriguing leaf patterns we've ever seen. It is a hybrid of C. pyramidalis and C. perfoliata var. minor. Water well when soil is dry but be cautious in winter as cold, wet soil will cause root rot.
Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella' - Swamp Milkweed - The species in this genus arose as a result of an evolutionary arms race with different butterfly species who drove the milkweeds to develop increasingly toxic poisons in their milky sap to fend off the butterfly’s ravenous caterpillars. So leave the chewing to the Monarchs! Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella' has upright branching stems with oblong leaves topped with dense clusters of small rose pink and white vanilla-scented flowers which attract butterflies. Good in moist, wet and average soils. Deer resistant. Agastache 'Golden Jubilee' - Hummingbird Mint - As if an Agastache needed more going for it in addition to the long summer bloom period, the beautiful spires of blue-purple flowers, the licorice-mint scent of the foliage, and the bounty of pollen and nectar it provides to bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds but here we are with 'Golden Jubilee' which also has big, lush, gorgeous golden foliage. You can't beat this hyssop for a dramatic display in the summer garden.
Allium tanguticum 'Summer Beauty' - Ornamental Onion - Allium tanguticum 'Summer Beauty' is one of the non-bulbous ornamental onions that blooms in mid to late summer, in this case with numerous spheres of lavender-pink flowers popular with bees and butterflies atop strap-like, bright green foliage. 'Summer Beauty' blooms over an extended period due to having sterile flowers. Ornamental onions are also valuable for repelling insect pests from the garden. Plant them beside plants that bugs find delectable and let them be a botanical bodyguard. Average to dry soils. Acanthus 'Whitewater' - Bear's Breeches - 'Whitewater' is a vigorous, variegated Acanthus with striking, bold leaves with white margins and splashing. Makes a large clump with 4 to 5 foot tall ornamental flower stalks of pink and cream in summer. This was bred with A. 'Summer Beauty' for vigour, more hardiness, and heat and humidity tolerance. The result is a much stronger cultivar than 'Tasmanian Angel'. A mature clump of this would be downright stunning -- I think I’m starting to lust for this plant!
Haworthia limifolia - Fairy Washboard - Haworthia limifolia is an attractive textural succulent forming grey-green rosettes about four inches across of triangular, lance-shaped leaves that are broad at the base and extend into a sharp point. The leaves have raised cross ridges in lighter green that look like a washboard. White flowers. Haworthia are easy to grow and cold tolerant. Haworthia venosa subsp. tessalata - Fairy Washboard - Haworthia venosa subsp. tessalata is a beautiful succulent with long, triangular leaves coming to sharp points whose surface is grey-green with a distinctive, white, squared netting. In full sun or with drought stress plants can become an attractive brown with white netting. Haworthia are easy to grow and quite cold tolerant.
Sedum Sunsparkler 'Dazzleberry' - Stonecrop - Sedum Sunsparkler 'Dazzleberry' has dark pink flowers atop blue-grey foliage and stems making for a great colour contrast. This plant has a very compact habit suitable for small gardens and pots or the front of the border. Popular with bees. Sedum Sunsparkler 'Lime Zinger' - Stonecrop - - Sedum Sunsparkler 'Lime Zinger' has bright green leaves with red picotee edges and dark pink flowers in late summer. This stonecrop has a very compact habit suitable for small gardens and pots or the front of the border.
Salvia greggii 'Furman's Red' - Autumn Sage - Salvia greggii 'Furman's Red' was introduced to cultivation in the 1970s and remains one of the best and most vigorous autumn sage cultivars. It grows 2-3 feet tall and wide with small semi-evergreen, aromatic leaves and masses of bright red flowers from black stamens all summer long. Prefers lean soils and hot, dry conditions or grow in containers. Every pollinator in your city will flock to an autumn sage in bloom.

Salvia greggii Mirage 'Deep Purple' - Autumn Sage - Salvia greggii Mirage 'Deep Purple' produces richly-coloured grape purple flowers with a hint of blue. The Mirage Series is a group of compact, mounding autumn sage in a range of flower colours growing to 12-14 inches tall wide that are long-blooming producing flowers from early summer until fall. Plant in full sun in hot dry spots with well-drained soils or in containers.

We have various other colours in this series.

Anigozanthos 'Bush Tango' - Kangaroo Paw - Kangaroo paws have some of the most distinctive flowers in the botanical world with clusters of fuzzy tubular flowers that look like a kangaroo's paw and that bloom for months! Anigozanthos 'Bush Tango' has flowers in shades of orange, apricot and red on stems up to three feet tall above iris-like mid-green foliage. Tolerant of some freezing but safest to bring plants inside to a greenhouse or as a houseplant in winter.

Salvia 'Hot Lips' - Baby Sage - Very cool and an all time Phoenix Perennials bestseller. Salvia 'Hot Lips' is a fast-growing wild selection of a Mexican sage which is adorned with stunning bicolour flowers -- white flowers with red lips -- from May until frost. But the expression of colour is temperature sensitive. In spring the flowers are usually all red, later bicoloured/hot lipped and in the heat of the summer all white, then returning to bicoloured and then red again in the fall. Will produce thousands of flowers in a season. Well-drained soil in full sun. Hard prune each spring. Even worth it as an annual in colder climates.
Cistus Little Miss Sunshine - Rock Rose - Cistus x hybridus Little Miss Sunshine 'Dunnecis' forms low, evergreen mounds of crinkled green leaves with broad golden edges. Large, rose-like, single, white flowers with golden centres bloom from early summer. Full sun, lean, well drained soil. Drought tolerant. Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Raspberry Ruffles' - Pinks - Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Raspberry Ruffles' produces large, fully double, raspberry pink blossoms with serrated edges and a thin white to pale pink edge. 'Raspberry Ruffles' maintains its raspberry pink colour throughout its bloom season and does not fade. Blue-green foliage and sweet fragrance complete the performance. Plant at the front of the border, in containers, in rock gardens, and in other sunny sites. Shear after their spring bloom to encourage a fall rebloom.
Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Classic Coral' - Pinks - Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Classic Coral' produces masses of striking coral pink, semi-double flowers that glow as if lit from within. They are sweetly fragrant and sit atop attractive mats of blue-green foliage. Plant at the front of the border, in containers, in rock gardens, and in other sunny sites. Shear after their spring bloom to encourage a fall rebloom. Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Cherry Vanilla' - Pinks - Dianthus Fruit Punch 'Cherry Vanilla' has fully double, mini carnation-like, ruffled flowers in deep red wtih light pink picotee edges. Top it off with sweet fragrance and textural, blue-green foliage and you've got a great option for the front of the border, containers, rock gardens and other sunny sites. Shear after their spring bloom to encourage a fall rebloom.
Cynanchum atratum - Cynanchum - If you like milkweeds and oddball plants, Cynanchum atratum is for you. It forms erect stems to nearly two feet tall with opposite, light green leaves with nice veining. The small, dark purple flowers look like starfish and are held in clusters at the leaf axils starting from the middle of the stem to the top. From northern China, Korea, Japan, and adjacent areas of Russia. Hardiness is unknown. We are guessing zones 5-9. Canna Cannova 'Bronze Scarlet' - Canna Lily - Canna Cannova 'Bronze Scarlet' has luscious black foliage on stems to about four feet tall topped with bright red flowers in summer. The Cannova Series are vigorous, early-blooming, seed-grown, F1 hybrids. Since the all too common Canna virus cannot be transferred through seeds, these plants are virus-free. They are also bred to require less heat and grow well in cool summer and northern climates. Hardy in coastal BC if protected from winter wet or grow in a pot and keep above freezing elsewhere. Provide rich soils, good fertilizer, and lots of water in full sun.
Deinanthe bifida - Two-Lobed False Hydrangea - Deinanthe bifida is an unusual herbaceous Japanese hydrangea relative forms clumps of beautiful textured foliage that splits into two lobes at the tip of each leaf like the tongue of an overweight snake. In early summer intriguing white flowers emerge above the foliage. Slowly spreading rhizomes eventually form a mounded three foot wide clump. A wonderful addition to the shade garden. Farfugium japonicum 'Wavy Gravy' - Parsley Ligularia - Farfugium 'Wavy Gravy' has distinctively super crinkled, grey-green leaves for striking texture in the shade garden. Yellow flower clusters appear above the foliage in fall. Forms a dense clump with upright arching foliage to one to two feet tall. Will tolerate less moisture than the related Ligularia. Excellent plant to use as a mass in front of a tall bed or in the back of a small bed. Use also as a specimen or in a large container with other plants.
Iris sibirica Peacock Butterfly 'Painted Woman' - Siberian Iris - Iris sibirica 'Painted Woman' has lightly fragrant flowers in elegant shades of pearl, red-violet, pink, dusky rose, and yellow with prominent veining. Siberian irises have elegant, delicate flowers atop vertical columns of strap-like green foliage that look great all season long. They are tough, love-lived, and disease resistant preferring average to moist soils. Useful for bridging the gap between spring and summer flowering perennials and between tall bearded irises and Japanese irises, making possible a vibrant succession of colour combinations. Iris sibirica Peacock Butterfly 'White Amber' - Siberian Iris - Iris sibirica 'White Amber' has flowers in unique shades of cream, buttery yellow, golden yellow, and brownish yellow with a hint of pink and dark brownish veins. Siberian irises have elegant, delicate flowers atop vertical columns of strap-like green foliage that look great all season long. They are tough, love-lived, and disease resistant preferring average to moist soils. Useful for bridging the gap between spring and summer flowering perennials and between tall bearded irises and Japanese irises, making possible a vibrant succession of colour combinations.
Iris sibirica Peacock Butterfly 'Uncorked' - Siberian Iris - Iris sibirica 'Uncorked' has unique flowers in shades of golden yellow, sky blue, and purple-black with detailed veining. Siberian irises have elegant, delicate flowers atop vertical columns of strap-like green foliage that look great all season long. They are tough, love-lived, and disease resistant preferring average to moist soils. Useful for bridging the gap between spring and summer flowering perennials and between tall bearded irises and Japanese irises, making possible a vibrant succession of colour combinations. Iris sibirica Peacock Butterfly 'Miss Apple' - Siberian Iris - Iris sibirica 'Miss Apple' has sweetly fragrant and boldly-coloured flowers in burgundy-red, gold, purple, lavender, and reddish purple. Selected by breeders Marty Schafer and Jan Sacks for its unusual colour and a long and heavy bloom. Siberian irises have elegant, delicate flowers atop vertical columns of strap-like green foliage that look great all season long. They are tough, love-lived, and disease resistant preferring average to moist soils. Useful for bridging the gap between spring and summer flowering perennials and between tall bearded irises and Japanese irises, making possible a vibrant succession of colour combinations.

Asclepias speciosa - Showy Milkweed - Asclepias speciosa is a western North American species with upright stems with oblong leaves topped with dense three inch globes of fragrant, pink, star-shaped flowers which attract butterflies. It is an important food source for Monarch and other butterflies. Showy milkweed spreads by underground rhizomes. Grow in a pot or sink a pot of it in the ground or allow it to spread in naturalized settings. Drought tolerant. Deer resistant.

Hydrangea 'Miss Saori' - Hydrangea - 'Miss Saori' is a superlative new hydrangea that won the coveted Plant of the Year Award at the 2014 Chelsea Garden Show. She produces exquisite mopheads of double florets in white with perfect, glowing, rose-pink picotee edges on old and new wood from June until frost on 3x3 foot mounds perfect for gardens and containers. Foliage emerges burgundy-red in spring, turns to green, then back to burgundy-red in summer and fall. We are proud to likely be the first nursery in North America to offer this amazing plant in 2015.

Fatsia japonica 'Spider's Web' - Japanese Fatsia - Fatsia 'Spider's Web' is a beautiful Aralia relative that grows as a shrub or small tree with variably variegated leaves which change during the seasons. The variegation appears as speckles and pixilations and is strongest on young foliage but also becomes better developed on that young foliage as the plant gets older. Mature specimens are bold and intriguing. The flowers are white, are held in spheres, and appear in late fall as a late season honeybee bonanza. Tolerant of dry shade and dark corners.

Mitraria coccinea - Chilean Mitre Flower - Mitraria coccinea is a charming but uncommon Chilean and Argentinian viny shrub with tubular, firey orange flowers and evergreen foliage on red stems perfect for the shadier parts of the garden. It will likely bloom in mid to late spring and perhaps intermittently thereafter until September. In its native habitat it will trail along the forest floor until it finds something to climb up where it will erupt with flowers.

Sambucus 'Black Lace' - Elderberry - Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ has superlative, finely dissected burgundy-black foliage offering both stunning texture and striking folial colour. Clusters of pink flowers are borne in early summer -- a sight to behold against the foliage! The flowers are followed by blackish-red berries. Anemone Wild Swan 'Macane001' - Hybrid Anemone - A spectacular yet elegant hybrid, Anemone Wild Swan has nodding purple buds opening to large white flowers with light purple reverses. Flowers over an extended period from late spring into fall. Deep green mounds of foliage. A hybrid bred in Scotland and trialled for 10 years before release involving A. rupicola and up to 4-5 other parents! Winner of the 2011 Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year Award. Does not spread.
Tanacetum coccineum - Painted Daisy - The very cold hardy, old-fashioned painted daisy (Tanacetum coccineum) gets an update with the Radiant Collection with plants that are more compact, blooming to just two feet tall over a longer period, and that stay strongly upright without flopping. Radiant Deep Pink has glowing magenta flowers with bright yellow centres. An excellent, long-lasting cut flower. The lush, green foliage is finely divided and fern-like. Disporum smilacinum 'Kogane-tsuki' - Fairy Bells - Disporum smilacinum hails from the woodlands of Korea and Japan but you won’t find this form in the wild. ‘Kogane Tsuki’ has shockingly rich yellow foliage with green stripes and streaks merging at the end of each leaf. It only grows to about four inches tall but makes tight colonies. Each stem produces one or two drooping cup-shaped white flowers in mid to late spring.
Disporum smilacinum 'Ki-no-tsukasa' - Fairy Bells - 'Ki-no-tsukasa' is a selection of Disporum smilacinum with dark green leaves tipped and feathered with yellow variegation. The markings are clear and prominent. This is one of the showiest cultivars of the species. Easy in humus-rich woodland soil, light to moderate shade. It’s Japanese name means "yellow umbrella". Dahlia 'Bishop of Llandaff' - Dahlia - The classic 'Bishop of Llandaff' is the dahlia that started the current interest in burgundy-leaved dahlias. 'Llandaff' has rich red, peony-type flowers that are four inches across. They are held on black stems to about three feet with more finely dissected foliage than the other Bishops. Three options for winter starting with easiest and safest: 1. grow in a pot and move to a frost-free area, 2. lift tubers and store, 3. leave in the ground in well-drained, sunny beds under a mound of fallen leaves.
Dahlia 'Rebecca's World' - Dahlia - 'Rebecca's World' is a decorative-type dahlia that is a real phenomenon with flowers that start crimson to burgundy red and fade to white, others that start white and change to burgundy red to crimson, and still others that emerge bicoloured and remain as is - all on the SAME plant. Plus there are highlights of lavender-magenta. You know you have to see this for yourself! Dahlias are hardy to the winter temperatures of coastal BC but not to the winter wet. Grow outside in locations that are dry in winter or lift and store in a cool, dry location indoors like everyone else does.

Dahlia 'Creme de Cassis' - Dahlia - Dahlia 'Creme de Cassis' is a large dinner plate dahlia with impressive lavender-pink flowers with dark wine purple centres and reverses.

We have LOTS of other Dahlia available now.

Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer' - Peruvian Lily - Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer' has flowers in sunset shades of coppery-orange and golden-yellow streaked and freckled with dark burgundy atop luscious burgundy-bronze, linear foliage. A vigorous, tropical-looking plant with flowers that are long lasting when cut and the capacity to produce loads of flowers over a long period from early summer well into fall. It forms a bushy, upright clump. Prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soils.

Alstroemeria Inca Lucky - Peruvian Lily - Alstroemeria Inca Lucky has perfect magenta buds that open to clear white flowers with salmon pink throats and green tips. It forms a bushy, upright clump of linear, emerald green tropical looking leaves. The Inca Collection has remarkable vigour and capacity to produce loads of flowers over a long period from early summer well into fall. Flowers are long lasting in vases. Pull the stems instead of cutting them to encourage a quicker reflush.

We have LOTS of other Alstroemeria available now in a variety of colours.

Alstroemeria Inca Noble - Peruvian Lily - Alstroemeria Inca Noble has tropical looking blooms in velvety, warm, royal purple. It is compact and forms a bushy, upright clump of linear, emerald green leaves. The Inca Collection has remarkable vigour and capacity to produce loads of flowers over a long period from early summer well into fall. Flowers are long lasting and in vases. Pull the stems instead of cutting them to encourage a quicker reflush.

We have LOTS of other Alstroemeria available now in a variety of colours.

Alstroemeria Inca Lucky - Peruvian Lily - Alstroemeria Inca Husky has masses of tropical looking, apricot coloured blossoms that glow with highlights of lemon and mahogany. It forms a bushy, upright clump of linear, emerald green leaves. The Inca collection has remarkable vigour and capacity to produce loads of flowers over a long period from early summer well into fall. Flowers are long lasting in vases. Pull the stems instead of cutting them to encourage a quicker reflush.

We have LOTS of other Alstroemeria available now in a variety of colours.

Hosta 'Sun Mouse' - Plantain Lily - This miniature Hosta hybridized by Tony Avent has a similar leaf shape and performance to 'Blue Mouse Ears' but with brilliant yellow leaves that hold their colour well into the summer. Hosta 'Sun Mouse' is perfect for brightening up shade gardens, for troughs, small pots, and for fairy gardens. Paris quadrifolia - Paris - Paris quadrifolia is a lovely Trillium relative from the Himalayas, Western China, and southeast Asia. The stem is circled by a whorl of four bright green leaves which is echoed by the flower with its own whorl of four green bracts subtending threadlike green petals, yellow stamens and a black ovary. The flower produces a single, long-lasting, blue berry that looks like a blueberry but is inedible. Plants are rhizomatous forming nice colonies fairly quickly.

Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon' - Kentucky Wisteria - 'Blue Moon' is an extremely fast growing and super hardy Wisteria to zone 3 (Did you notice that prairie gardeners?!) that blooms up to three times a year if grown in full sun. It has beautiful lavender-blue flowers borne on foot-long racemes that are sweetly fragrant. Unlike other wisteria in cultivation, this one hails from North America rather than Asia.

Arisaema sikokianum - Cobra Lily - One of the most desirable of all cobra lilies with its incredible burgundy spathe, Arisaema sikokianum has a pure white interior and pure white knobbed spadix. Our plants are extra special for having silver-centred foliage! Plant in well-drained soil that is dryish in the winter such as on a slope or near or under evergreen shrubs or trees.

Verbascum 'Honey Dijon' - Mullein - Verbascum 'Honey Dijon' is a stocky, compact, vigorous mullein with large peach and gold flowers with plum purple eyes held on branching candelabras for months. Drought tolerant and loves full sun. Nice silvery-green foliage.

Sanguisorba obtusa - Japanese Bottlebrush - Sanguisorba obtusa and other species are uncommon in North America though they are used to great effect in British gardens. They are long-blooming with unusual flowers and easy to grow. This species forms low mounds of attractive grey-green pinately-compound leaves with serrated edges topped with arching, bottlebrush-like spikes of soft-pink flowers over a long period in summer. Average to moist soils.

Sanguisorba tenifolia 'Pink Elephant' - Burnet - A downright useful and unusual Japanese perennial due to the masses of squiggly bottlebrushes held on the upright stems. Sanguisorba 'Pink Elephant' produces masses of finger-like clusters or spikes on tall stems that are deep pink with light pink stamens. Flowering occurs over a long period in the summer. The clumping foliage is gray-green with great texture of serrated edges and nice presence throughout the year. Does well in average garden conditions as well as moist sites. Geranium 'Ann Folkard' - Cranesbill - The spring foliage of Geranium 'Ann Folkard' is a shocking chartreuse which looks amazing with blue spring-flowering bulbs. With age the leaves turn to a vivid green. The long-blooming, bright magenta, black-centred flowers and trailing stems offer vibrant impact as they thread through nearby perennials and shrubs.

Monarda Sugar Buzz 'Blue Moon' - Beebalm - Monarda Sugar Buzz 'Blue Moon' displays lavender blue flowers held by attractive purple bracts. The Sugar Buzz series offers short, compact plants for the front of the border that are smothered in long-lasting flowers. The flowers' sweet nectar attracts scores of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and can be used to make an herbal tea.

We have LOTS of other Monarda available now in a variety of colours.

Liriope muscari 'Okina' - Frosted Monkey Grass - Liriope 'Okina' forms a compact mound of broad strap-like foliage arises paper white in spring and later develops green tips against which the lilac-purple flower spikes are shown to great effect. A strikingly different type of variegated plant for part shade that will stop garden visitors in their tracks. It has taken years for us to bulk up our stock plants and we are pleased to finally offer it.
Scutellaria suffretescens - Cherry Skullcap - Scutellaria suffrutescens or cherry skullcap forms wide-spreading, groundcovering mounds of small grey-green foliage covered in a continuous display of bright pink to cherry red, snapdragon-like flowers from spring until fall. Grow in hot sunny spots with infertile, dry soils. May self seed in warmer winter climates and remain semi-evergreen. Hardy to zone 5b with good drainage in a sheltered location with winter protection. Scutellaria resinosa 'Smoky Hills' - Prairie Skullcap - Scutellaria resinosa 'Smoky Hills' is a dainty little sage relative forming attractively textured mounds of upright stems covered in grey-green leaves and purple-blue early summer flowers with white central markings. This cultivar is a superior selection of the species with greater size and longevity. Can gently self seed. Plant in full sun in infertile, well-drained soils.

Verbena bonariensis 'Cloud 8' - Brazilian Verbena - Verbena bonariensis 'Cloud 8' is a semi-dwarf selection of this summer stalwart with stiff upright clumps of branching stems to 2-3 feet high topped with vivid lilac purple flowers from midsummer until a hard frost. Very heat tolerant, suitable for xeriscaping. and hardy to about -9 C, let it self-seed to ensure next year’s display. This is a great "see through" plant. Be daring and try it near the front of the bed. You’ll be able to see past the airy stems to the other plants beyond while giving the illusion of depth.

Salvia 'Amistad' - Friendship Sage - Salvia 'Amistad' is a bold and beautiful sage with large, grape purple flowers emerging from black sepals produced from early summer until frost. Use it as a dramatic summer planting in the garden or pots. 'Amistad' is not that hardy but is worth it because it produces copious amounts of nectar for hummingbirds and other pollinators. Customers come back for it and 'Ember's Wish' and 'Love and Wishes' every year because the hummers love them so much. Treat as an annual or overwinter indoors in greenhouse, house, or garage.

Salvia 'Ember's Wish' - Sage - Salvia 'Ember's Wish' is not likely to be hardy for most people but the hummingbirds are begging for it. They really are! Large, bright coral-red flowers are produced all summer long atop scented foliage. Drought and heat tolerant so its blooms will not fade in the heat. Ornamental sages are useful for full to part sun locations. Grow in a protected location against the house or in a pot that can be protected in winter or treat as an annual. Customers return every year to buy this plant as well as 'Love and Wishes' and 'Amistad' because they are so good at attracting hummers.

Salvia 'Love and Wishes' - Sage - Salvia 'Love and Wishes' is a bold and beautiful sage with large, purplish magenta flowers emerging from dusky purple sepals on deep maroon stems produced from early summer until frost. Use it as a dramatic summer planting in the garden or pots. 'Love and Wishes' is not that hardy but is worth it because it produces copious amounts of nectar for hummingbirds and other pollinators. Customers come back for it and 'Amistad' and 'Ember's Wish' every year because the hummers love them so much. Treat as an annual or overwinter indoors in greenhouse, house, or garage.

Salvia reptans Autumn Sapphire 'P017S' - Sage - Salvia reptans 'Autumn Sapphire' is a semi-dwarf form of the West Texas grass sage growing to just 2 feet tall. This late season bloomer provides late summer and fall flowers in a rich, glowing, cobalt blue with highlights of lighter blue and white that is a magnet for hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. The long stems are clothed in long, green, linear leaves. Grow in hot, sunny spots in well-drained, somewhat infertile soils. Salvia 'Little Kiss' - Sage - Salvia microphylla 'Little Kiss' is a compact and floriferous form of 'Hot Lips', one of Phoenix Perennials' all time best sellers. You can expect the same bicoloured white and red flowers of 'Hot Lips' but on plants just 18 inches tall and wide forming a mound with flowers from the ground up rather than an upright plant with flowers at the top of the stems. A top hummingbird magnet. Grow in full sun in moderately rich to lean soils but with excellent winter drainage.

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