Phoenix Perennials and Specialty Plants

E-Newsletter: March 2017

The Phoenix Perennials E-Newsletter

March 2017

Celebrating our 14th Anniversary Season!

Hello Fellow Gardeners!

It seems winter is still trying to hold tight to us but it will eventually give way to spring, fellow gardeners. Take heart. The hellebores are emerging and blooming, as are the Crocus and the snowdrops. Spring will come.

Our 13th Annual Hellebore Hurrah! Opening Weekend was a successful and fun weekend with benevolently cool but sunny weather. Our selection was extensive, beautiful and mind boggling. But: we still have lots of amazing plants left. And because of the cool weather, many hellebores were still in bud at the Hurrah!. They are opening now revealing all kinds of treasures that were passed over on opening weekend. If you missed the Hurrah!, you haven't missed out. Get down here for some hellebore inspiration. We still have most of the 100 different kinds of hellebores listed in our Hellebore Catalogue. Use the link below to download it and study in advance.

In this installment I'm pleased to share with you images from Ayrlies Garden near Auckland, New Zealand from my recent alumni UBC tour to this amazing gardening country. As you endure this cold spring you can peruse these images and think of warmer times to come.

We are excited to have recently launched our mail order site for 2017. This year it includes more than 850 amazing gardening plants for Canadian gardeners. Take a look. If you're local you can note your favourites and email us your list. We'll let you know when these plants are ready.

Voting is on for our annual Phoenix Perennials Garden Photo Contest. If you need inspiration, be sure to visit our photo album and vote for your favourites. Details are below.

Cheers, Gary and the Phoenicians

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The Fourth Annual
Phoenix Perennials
Garden Photo Contest

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Seven Exciting
Pre-Orders Including Four Hellebore Pre-Orders Just Added!
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Whether for yourself or that gardener in your life, take advantage of our pre-orders to get those perfect plants!

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In this Issue

Opening Notes: News, Tidbits and the Phoenix Calendar

1. Postcards from New Zealand: Ayrlies -- Check out this classic New Zealand garden of international significance.
2. Great Hellebores Still Available -- With this cool spring many hellebore buds weren't open at the Hellebore Hurrah! Opening Weekend so there are lots of treasures still waiting to be discovered in our Hellebore Greenhouse!
3. Canadian Mail Order Launched for 2017 -- We are proud to offer over 850 cool garden plants to Canadian gardeners.
4. Seven Pre-Orders for 2017 or for Christmas Gift-Giving -- Hellebores just added! Plus Citrus, Clematis, Rare Vines, Passionflowers, Gourmet Potatoes, Gourmet Mushrooms, Mighty Matos, 'Ketchup 'n' Fries', BrazelBerries, Tea Plants, and Magnolias! Come and get it!
5. The Phoenix Perennials Garden Photo Contest -- $500 in Prizes! Win One of Ten $50 Gift Certificates -- We're looking for your most beautiful, inspiring, amusing or surprising photos of your garden or a garden you visited in the last year.


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.
Event Description
Feb 24-26 The Hellebore Hurrah! Opening Weekend | Friday to Sunday February 24th to 26th, 2017 | 10am - 5pm | Celebrating early spring and all things Hellebore!

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 for more information and to start volunteering!


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Postcards from New Zealand
Ayrlies Garden

Ayrlies, one of New Zealand's most renowned gardens, was created by Beverley McConnell with the goal of building "a larger informal country garden, reminiscent of the homestead gardens of [her] Hawkes Bay childhood." The garden spreads across four hectares of rolling hills centred around the home where she raised her family. Begun more than 50 years ago on pasture lands overlooking the Harauki Gulf near Auckland, the garden and especially its trees are now reaching a wonderful level of maturity. The New Zealand Gardens Trust has awarded Ayrlies the designation of a Garden of International Significance.

The garden includes many large ponds, waterfalls, and streams, perennial borders, dramatic subtropical plantings around a beautiful swimming pool, garden pavillions, garden art, and a great diversity of interesting plants including temperate northern hemisphere trees, shrubs, and perennials, subtropicals and succulents, and New Zealand natives.

The Auckland area offers a unique climate for gardening with mild, zone 10 temperatures that never get too hot with even amounts of rainfall year round. This region can support a wide range of temperate perennials and trees while also providing perfect conditions for a wide range of dramatic subtropical plants.

We were very lucky to visit this garden at the height of summer but close inspection reassures that this is a garden filled with plants for all seasons. This visit was part of the alumni UBC tour Gardens of New Zealand that I lead with my co-leader Jeff de Jong in January 2017. Enjoy!

The pool area is surrounded by subtropical plantings of palms, aloes, yuccas, conifers, agave, cycads, and diverse succulents.
The hot border filled with orange, red, and yellow flowers with burgundy and gold foliage thrown in to keep things simmering.
A crinum lily looking demure and elegant.
Another view of the hot border.
A great Eucomis or pineapple lily in full bloom.
This part of the hot border had nice subtropical accents including elephant ears (Alocasia), canna, castor beans, and bananas.
Hydrangeas in New Zealand possesed otherworldly depths of colour. Something about the soils and the climate...
The large pond below the house with its beautiful cascading waterfall, tree ferns, Gunnera, lush trees, water lilies, and other pond-side plantings.

Want to see more photos?

View the Full Photo Album of 75 Photos from Ayrlies

View other photos from Australia and New Zealand:

View the Full Photo Album of 81 Photos from Totara Waters

View Gary's Daily Posts from Australia and New Zealand

View Hydrangeas in New Zealand

View the Gardens of the Royal Mail Hotel

There will be more photo essays of my trip Down Under in future E-News!




Great Hellebores
Still Available
No Garden is Complete Without Them!

Our Hellebore Hurrah! Opening Weekend may have come and gone but that doesn't mean you've missed out on hellebores. On the contrary, we still have lots of amazing plants in stock from most of the 100 strains and cultivars listed in our Hellebore Catalogue. In fact, because this season has been so cool, a lot of the hellebore flowers were not open for the Hurrah! so there are still amazing colours and forms opening in the greenhouse every day that no one has seen or purchased. There are some real treasures.


The Hellebore Catalogue 2017
Explore our Selection of 100 Different Hellebores

The Hellebore Hurrah! Catalogue includes information on hellebores and their cultivation, the breeders whose hellebores we'll be offering plus a catalogue of the 100 different species and cultivars that will be available at the Hurrah! Enjoy, but beware! Hellebores are addictive!

The catalogue is in pdf format. Click on the link to open it. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it which you can download for free from the Adobe Site. Once opened you can save the catalogue to your computer or print it for detailed study and pre-shopping.



We are excited to have launched our 2017 mail order offerings to Canadian gardeners from coast to coast to coast. Please share this news with your friends, family, and fellow gardeners across the country. We need your help to get the word out.

If you're a local gardener you can also peruse our offerings on our mail order site, add them to your wish list in our system or make notes of them, and then email us with a list of your desired plants. We'll add you to our main wish list and email you when these plants are ready.

The Mail Order Alert
from Phoenix Perennials

Full Spring Catalogue Launched!:
850+ Amazing Garden Plants for Canadian Gardeners

February 23nd, 2017

Celebrating our 13th Anniversary Season!

Hello Gardeners Across Canada!

We are proud to launch our fifth year of Mail Order across Canada with our largest selection ever: 850+ amazing garden plants including many rare and cutting edge plants you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere else. At Phoenix Perennials we're real plant lovers and we hope you'll be as excited about these plants as we are.

From boisterous and colourful to strange and esoteric, from the height of ornamental horticulture to the cutting edge of edibles, we hope you'll find many wonderful options for your garden.

Help Us Get the Word Out: We need your help to get the word out across this great (and very large) country of ours. Please forward this email to all your friends and family across the country to let them know that cool garden plants are just a few clicks away!

Without further ado, let's get your hearts beating a little faster and your gardening souls primed for spring. Here it is:

Cheers, Gary and the Phoenicians


Don't forget to use the Wish List feature. You can add plants that you're interested in to your Wish List and decide later which ones to buy. It can be helpful for avoiding getting overwhelmed and narrowing down your selections.

Have Fun!



Seven Pre-Orders for Your 2017 Garden

We are very excited about our 2017 pre-orders. Place your orders now to lock in for some the hottest and most desired plants of the season.

Our pre-orders are a convenient way to acquire the plants that you desire in advance from the comfort of your own home and to be able to better plan your garden. For us at Phoenix Perennials it really helps us to gauge interest and adjust our growing and our orders up or down so we have the right number of plants on hand to meet your gardening wants and needs. Cheers!

The Great Hardy Citrus (& Friends)

Grow your own citrus outside in coastal BC plus grow an even wider selection with a little winter protection.

Last year our 'Owari' Satsuma Pre-Order was a resounding success. There are now many plants settled into BC gardens about to spend their first winter. Once they have a year or two of maturity, it will be at this time of year that proud gardeners are harvesting their own satsuma mandarin oranges at this time of year.

The 'Owari' satsuma is just one of a number of hardy citrus that can be grown outdoors in coastal BC. There is the Citrumelo hardy grapefruit, the 'Nagami' kumquat and, highly sought after for culinary pursuits, the Yuzu and Suchachi ichandrins which are hardy to zone 7!

We also have on offer another 31 different Citrus and 3 cold tolerant avocados if you have a place where you can keep them above freezing (zone 9 plants) and above about 5-8 degrees Celsius (zone 10 plants) in a greenhouse, sunroom, or inside the house. The plants from this pre-order will be available for pick-up in mid May.

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The Clematis Conundrum
2017 Pre-Order

No garden or patio is complete without the Queen of the Vines. But how do you select between the best cultivars? How do you find the one clematis you've been looking for for years? Or maybe you want to discover a cultivar you never knew you needed until now! It can be a real CONUNDRUM!

We have a huge selection of the best and most unique Clematis, passionflowers, and rare vines available through our Clematis Conundrum Pre-Order for pick-up at the nursery in late April 2017! Now you can find that perfect clematis (or vine) all in one place and with ease!

You can also give these vines as Christmas gifts. We've prepared an attractive form for you to download and give to that lucky gardener in your life!

View All the Clematis and Vines
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Gourmet Potatoes and Mushrooms Pre-Order

We are pleased to bring you two new exciting developments in home-grown edibles: gourmet potatoes and gourmet mushrooms. With this pre-order you can explore your different culinary options and choose the most exciting edibles for your 2017 gardening and cooking pleasure.

Earth Apples Gourmet Seed Potatoes

EarthApples gourmet seed potatoes are the new, fun way to plant potatoes. We bring you 10 different colourful, versatile potato varieties and make them super-easy to grow. Each variety has different sizes, colours, textures, flavours, and different uses in the kitchen. Mashed potatoes, roast potatoes, boiled potatoes, potato salads, french fries, baked potatoes, hashbrown potatoes, scalloped potatoes: there's a perfect variety for all these delicious dishes. Plant EarthApples in a garden bed or in containers on your balcony or patio. They are easy to grow if you follow the simple instructions: Growing Instructions

Meet the EarthApples varieties:











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Champignons Maison Gourmet Mushrooms

The new "Chia Pet" for the Foodie Revolution

Champignons Maison Gourmet Mushrooms are kits for growing your own organic mushrooms at home in your kitchen. It's easy and all you need is a little counter space. All you do is soak your block of mushroom culture over night then place on your counter and mist 2-3 times per day. In about two weeks you'll have mushrooms sprouting right on your kitchen counter that you can harvest and cook much to the amazement of you, your family and your friends! It's a great, novel project to learn about and be amazed by fungus that ends in a delicious food to prepare in the kitchen.

Meet the mushroom varieties:


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Mighty Mato, 'Ketchup 'n' Fries' and Grafted Veggie Pre-Order

SAVE $2 Per Plant: Due to inflation, the US dollar, and other cost increases, the retail price of Mighty Matos, Mighty Melons and Mighty Veggies will be going up to $16.99 for on-site sales at the nursery this spring. We are holding the price at $14.99 for this pre-order. Please order online now to secure this savings.

Welcome to our exciting grafted vegetable pre-order where you can pre-plan your 2017 edible bounty from the comfort of your own home with the most cutting edge edibles available. Pre-orders allow you to secure the exact plants you desire and allow us at Phoenix Perennials to make sure we have exactly what you want. If you're planning on growing these grafted veggies in 2017 please pre-order. Last year we had a number of people who missed out on some of the most popular varieties and said "we should have booked in advance."

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The Revolutionary, New "TomTato" is a hand-grafted plant that brings together tomatoes and potatoes, two close relatives, that together give us one of life's great pleasures: 'Ketchup 'n' Fries'. It produces the sweetest cherry tomatoes you've ever tasted by the hundreds. In 2016 an improved grafting method lead to much better crops of potatoes than in 2015 with a few pounds per plant.

'Ketchup 'n' Fries' Tomtato (Improved) -- Hundreds of delicious, super sweet cherry tomatoes on top and a few pounds of yummy potatoes just below the soil! This year an improved grafting process should ensure more reliable and larger crops of potatoes than in 2015. Tomatoes and potatoes are closely related. They are grafted by hand and grow happily together as the revolutionary 'Ketchup 'n' Fries'. Double your production of edibles from the same space. Great for veggie gardens, small spaces, and large containers. 1g pot, 24.99 + GST


Mighty Mato Grafted Tomatoes consist of desirable heirloom and cool modern varieties hand-grafted onto super strong tomato rootstock that confers greater disease resistance, greater cold tolerance, and greater vigour resulting in up to 2-3 times more tomatoes per plant than ungrafted plants! Heirloom tomatoes that are sometimes shy in their yields produce like never before. Cool modern varieties also produce extra large yields.

NEW! Mighty Mato ‘42 Days’ NEW! Mighty Mato ‘Sweet Aperitif’
Mighty Mato ‘Amish Paste’ Mighty Mato ‘Beefsteak’
Mighty Mato ‘Big Beef’ Mighty Mato ‘Big Zac’
Mighty Mato ‘Black Krim’ Mighty Mato ‘Brandywine’ (Sudduth’s)
Mighty Mato ‘Bumble Bee Purple’ Mighty Mato ‘Cherokee Purple’
Mighty Mato ‘Early Girl’ Mighty Mato ‘Mortgage Lifter’ (Estler’s)
Mighty Mato ‘Pineapple’ Mighty Mato 'San Marzano' (Redorta)
Mighty Mato ‘Stupice’ Mighty Mato ‘Sun Sugar’
Mighty Mato ‘Sweet Million’


Mighty Melons and Mighty Veggies consist of desirable heirloom and cool modern varieties that are grafted onto super strong rootstock that, like the Mighty Matos, confers greater disease resistance, greater cold tolerance, and greater vigour resulting in extra large crops of fruit and vegetables. The grafting can make a particularly positive difference in our cool summer climates with melons, peppers and eggplants that all require hot seasons to produce good crops.

Mighty Melons 'Ambrosia' Cantaloupe Mighty Melons 'Swan Lake' Honeydew
Mighty Melons 'Sugar Baby' Watermelon Mighty Veggies 'Coolcumber' (Khassib) Cucumber
Mighty Veggies 'Gigabite' Cucumber Mighty Veggies 'Epic' (Dusky) Eggplant
Mighty Veggies 'Anaheim' Pepper Mighty Veggies 'Golden Bell' Pepper
Mighty Veggies 'Jalapeno' Pepper Mighty Veggies 'Orange Bell' Pepper
Mighty Veggies 'Red Bell' (King Arthur) Pepper

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Brazelberry Pre-Order

Brazelberries are one of the hottest edible items for gardens and patios. They are dwarf berry bushes (five blueberries, one raspberry, and the new dwarf, thornless blackberry 'Baby Cakes') that can be grown in pots on your patio or in the garden. They are attractive plants that produce tons of fruit. What could be better than fresh blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries right from your own garden on beautiful plants that make your garden look great year-round? Pre-order now for pick-up in mid April (exact date yet to be determined). We will email you closer to the pick-up date to let you know exactly when you can get your hands on your new berry bushes!

NEW! Rubus 'Baby Cakes' -- Blackberry -- 'Baby Cakes' is a dwarf, thornless blackberry producing large, delicious berries in midsummer and, in cool summer regions like the west coast, again in fall. Plants have a rounded growth habit reaching 3-4 feet tall and wide. They will grow perfectly in a large container or are the right scale for planting in small space gardens. Plants ripen fruit gradually over a long period with both ripe black and unripe red fruits on the plant at the same time creating an ornamental display. Pure white flowers are borne in spring.

You can also order six other BrazelBerries:

'Peach Sorbet'
'Jelly Bean'
'Blueberry Glaze'
'Pink Icing'
'Raspberry Shortcake'

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Grow Your Own Tea Pre-Order

Camellia sinensis is an evergreen, broadleaf shrub famous as the source of all types of tea including black, green, oolong and other styles. Tea camellia is hardy to at least zone 7 (maybe 6) and grows well outdoors year-round in coastal BC. Grow a single plant or grow a hedge then harvest and cure the leaves to make your own delicious teas!

Learn More About Growing Your Own Tea

Here are the different varieties of tea we have available:

Camellia sinensis Sochi Tea Seedling - Tea - This hardy tea plant (Camellia sinensis) is from the area around Sochi, Russia where they produce the most northerly tea in the world. Tea from these plants is very aromatic and flavourful. he plant has bright green, dense, ornamental foliage. The flowers are white to creamy white. Zone 7. Camellia sinensis Korean Tea Seedling - Tea - This hardy tea plant (Camellia sinensis) is from the area the Boseong region of Korea, famous for its annual Green Tea Festival each September. This selection is hardy and productive with good flavour. The plant has bright green, dense, ornamental foliage. The flowers are white to creamy white. Zone 7.
Camellia sinensis 'Tea Breeze' - Tea - 'Tea Breeze' is a selection of tea from the Kunming Botanical Garden. It is a hardy ornamental shrub or small tree with dense, glossy, dark-green leaves used for making tea. Single, white, fragrant, nodding flowers bloom from September-November. Leaves and roots are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Zone 6. Camellia sinensis 'Blushing Maiden' - Tea - This hardier selection of 'Rosea' is similar to 'Tea Breeze' but with pink flowers. It is a hardy ornamental shrub or small tree with dense, glossy, dark-green leaves used for making tea. Single, pink, fragrant, nodding flowers bloom from September-November. Leaves and roots are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Zone 6.

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Magnificent Magnolia Pre-Order

There is hardly anything more breathtaking in the world of spring-flowering trees than the large, dramatic, almost tropical-looking flowers of Magnolias bursting forth in shades of white, pink, fucshia, and yellow. We are pleased to offer a special selection of rare and unusual Magnolia cultivars, seven in starter sizes allowing gardeners with a little patience to acquire some magnificent plants at a great price and one in a larger size.

'Black Tulip' 'Blushing Belle' 'Cameo'

'Judy Zuk' 'Genie' 'Sunsation'

'Cleopatra' 'Vulcan'

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The Fourth Annual
Phoenix Perennials Garden Photo Contest

Vote for Your Favourites
$500 in Prizes!!!

The entry period has now closed and we are uploading new photos to the Photo Contest album every day or every couple days. Please visit the album to see the beautiful photos contributed by your fellow gardeners and vote for your favourites. If you have entered photos, we will email you once they are uploaded. Voting has been extended until March 31st.

View the full photo album of entries

$500 in gift certificates will be awarded to 10 lucky gardeners. Five $50 gift certificates will be awarded to the photos with the most likes, shares and comments on Facebook. The other five $50 gift certificates will be awarded to Gary's favourite photos so even if you don't have a lot of Facebook friends you can still win.

Above are some photos from last year's winners.

How to Enter
1. Send up to five of your best garden, plant or flower photos to phoenixperennials at Yes, you have to add the @ sign in there. Please send high resolution photos. You may need to send them in multiple emails if the files are large. Please put in the subject line: "Photo Contest". Also include your full name and city (only your first name, last initial, and city will be published) and a description of your photo(s). Entries will be accepted until March 1st, 2017.
2. As soon as you send them in we'll put them up on our Phoenix Perennials Facebook page for everyone to see and vote for by clicking "Like", leaving a comment or sharing with their friends. Please note that if we receive a number of entries at a time we will queue you up and post one photographer's photos each day so it could take a few days to post your photos. We will email you once your photos have been posted.
3. Send your photos as soon as possible. The sooner you get them in, the sooner they will be online where your friends, family and fellow gardeners can start voting for them and the better the chance you have of winning a gift certificate.
4. Voting will run from when the first photos go up until March 31st, 2017. The five photos with the largest combined number of likes, comments, and shares will win one of five $50 gift certificates. Note that a single person can actually vote three times for a photo by liking, commenting on, and sharing that photo! The five photos that Gary loves the most that haven't yet won anything will win the second set of five $50 gift certificates. Please also note though that in order to spread the fun around any one person can only win one gift certificate, even if you have more than one photo in the top five.
5. The winning photos will be specially featured in the April e-newsletter guaranteeing each winner not just fortune but also fame!

We can't wait to see your photos! Get them in soon!


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