Posted by: lizabennett | July 22, 2010

Summer SALE

I will be returning to Squamish Farmer’s Market in August for 2 Saturdays only, August 21st and 28th.  However, in the interim I am having a SUMMER SALE to reduce inventory of the larger specimen sized plant material.  Some things are just too big to tote to Market.  Specimen size, 5-10 gallon hosta, perennials and ferns are available.  Of course the sale applies to any of the stock I have on hand including a large selection of perennials, native and edible plants.  Pot sizes range from 3” for dwarf hosta and small perennials to 1- 2 gallon for larger perennials, blueberry bushes and raspberry canes.    Bearded Iris varieties are available potted up or can be purchased as bare root rhizomes by request.    

I have included a list of available plant material with the number of varieties available for each species in ( )s.  More plant photos can be seen at www.plantsandpots.ca Call or email for price and size availability.  Further discount on large orders, delivery available.

Perennials

  • Iris 50 varieties of Bearded, Siberian, Japanese and Louisiana
  • Hosta varieties  2” dwarf to 36” giants 20 varieties
  • Aster (2 varieties)
  • Anemone
  • Black Mondo Grass
  • Bell flower (Campanula) (5 varieties)
  • Berginia
  • Columbine (Aquilegia)
  • Coral Flower (Heuchera)(5 varieties)
  • Delphinium
  • Day Lily (Hemerocallis) (2 varieties)
  • Geranium (5 varieties)
  • Golden Rod (Solidago)
  • Dwarf Golden Rod (Solidago)
  • Grasses (5 varieties)
  • Helianthus (perennial Sunflower) (3 varieties)
  • Ligularia
  • Lily of the Valley
  • Lungwort
  • Lupine
  • Loosestrife (Lysimachia)
  • Rhudbekia (2varieties )
  • Saxifrage
  • Sedum (5 varieties)
  • Spiderwort
  • Solomon Seal
  • Shasta Daisy
  • Viola (5 varieties)
  • Wooly Lambs Ear (Stachys )

Native Plants:

  • Deer Fern
  • Sword Fern
  • Star flower
  • Saxifrage
  • Wild Ginger (Asarum caudatum)

Edibles:

  • Blueberry Bushes (2 varieties)
  • Strawberry plants
  • Ever bearing Raspberry canes
  • Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus)
  • Chive, Garlic Chive
  • Mint (3 varieties)
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