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Name

Size

Description

Culture

Price

 

Gaillardia aristata (Asteraceae) Blanketflower

2’ x 1’

A nice sunflower with bright yellow petals wrapped around a center of fringed, brownish red ray florets, over a fuzzy mound of dandelion-like leaves. Widespread throughout N. America.

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3 ” pot       $8.00

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Gentiana acaulis

(Gentianaceae)

Stemless Gentian

3” x 12”

Intense deep blue trumpets on glossy green rosettes in spring-early summer. Wow! Europe.

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Currently unavailable

 

Gentiana acaulis ‘Holzmanii’

(Gentianaceae)

 4“ x 6”

Large indigo blue upturned trumpets with green outer markings. Very limited supply.

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Currently unavailable

 

Gentiana angustifolia

3” x 12”

Large upright heavenly blue trumpets swirl open in spring and are heavily borne above mats of narrow, glossy rosettes. Tops on my list! Alps. 

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$8.00

 

Gentiana gelida

6” x 8”

Like a yellow form of G. septemfida with terminal clusters of pale yellow flowers in summer. Caucasus, in grasslands.

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Gentiana georgei

2” x 3”

Leathery cross-like rosettes with beautiful pale rose-violet purple flowers. Rare. China

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Gentiana hexaphylla

2” x 3”

Solitary sky blue funnel-form flowers in fall. China, in alpine meadows

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Currently unavailable

 

Gentiana cruciata

Star or Cross Gentian

 to 10” x 12”

Clusters of violet-blue flowers are held on arching stems over bushy, compact clumps of glossy green foliage from mid to late summer. Easy! Europe.    

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Gentiana paradoxa

8” x 8”

Clusters of starry bright blue flowers terminate upright stems with narrow leaves in late summer. Easy and long-lived. 

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Gentiana paradoxa ‘Hybrid’

8” x 6”

G. paradoxa x G. septemfida. They vary, but many have wider leaves than the straight species, all share late-season, exquisite blue trumpet flowers.   

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Gentiana parryi

Parry’s Gentian

8” x 12”

Clusters of plump deep-blue trumpets emerge in late summer over tufts of broad, glossy foliage. BC to CA and CO

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Gentiana parryi x septemfida

6” x 8”

The bees have been very busy in our rock garden so we have multiple variations of this classic plant. Some resemble one parent over the other but they all exhibit gorgeous blue flowers.

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   $7.00

 

Gentiana robusta

10” x 8”

Indeed robust, with dense clusters of white, tinged with green or blue, speckled flowers atop upright stems clad with bright green leaves. Tibet. 

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Gentiana septemfida

 8” x 12”

An essential gentian for the rock garden with clumps of glossy green leaves on arching stems with terminal clusters of bright blue flowers in summer. Asia.

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Gentiana verna

Spring Star Gentian

 2” x 6”

This choice alpine with surreally intense early blue flowers is always in demand and sells out quickly, we finally have a bumper crop to offer. Europe, Asia. 

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Gentiana verna ‘Alba’

 2” x 6”

 Same as above but with pure white flowers. 

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Currently unavailable

 

Geranium cinereum (Geraniaceae)

4” x 12”

Vigorous domes of palmate foliage and large flowers of lilac-pink with purple-red centers in early summer and intermittently into fall.

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Geranium dalmaticum

Dalmatian Geranium

 6” x 18”

Sugar pink flowers cover this compact cranesbill in early summer and the pretty, fresh green foliage turns bright red in autumn. A fabulous dwarf cranesbill. Balkans.         

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$7.00

 

Geranium malviflorum

6” x 12”

Underground tubers give rise to mats of deeply dissected leaves and lovely lilac-pink, mallow-like flowers in late spring. Spain.

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Geranium magniflorum

 6” x 12”

Possessing many charming qualities, this hardy geranium  boasts delicate lacy foliage embraced in summer by rich bluish-purple flowers. S. Africa.

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Geranium renardii

6” x 12”

Clumps of puckered, felted, sage green leaves with a slight gentle cut and pure white flowers etched with purple veins. Bees and butterflies adore it, & resistant to rabbits.

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Geranium sanguinium  ‘Nana’

 

6” x 12”

Low compact mounds of finely cut foliage and pretty cerise flowers with dark veins that guide bees & butterflies to their nectar source. 

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Geranium sessiliflorum

3” x 6”

Tufts of bronze foliage sprinkled with tiny white flowers in summer. Beautiful sunset orange foliage in winter. Australia, New Zealand, S. America.

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Geranium sp

ex Joseph Halda

8” x 8”

Rich-pink flowers abound in summer over tight mounds of attractive highly aromatic deep-green lobed foliage. This is a wild collected hybrid related to                G. macrorrhizum. Nice!

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Geranium viscosissimum

Geranium viscosissimum

Sticky Geranium

 1’ x 1’

Pink-purple flowers with red-purple veins are attractive to bees and butterflies. The foliage is quite sticky to the touch. w N. America.

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Geum triflorum v. ciliatum

(Rosaceae)

Prairie Smoke

10” x 8”

Pink nodding urn-shaped flowers hang over softly hairy fern-like foliage in summer, followed in autumn with bronze-red foliage and feathery plumes. Native to much of the western US and well as the midwestern prairies. 

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$6.00

 

Geum rivale

(Rosaceae)

Nodding, Purple

8” x 12

Dark purple, hairy stems terminate in nodding flowers of heavily veined, dull red to pale purple petals accented with dark purple bracts from late spring to midsummer. N. America, Europe.

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Gladiolus nanus 'Atom'

Gladiolus x hortulanus ‘Atom’

(Iridaceae)

18-24” tall

Willowy stems carry exotic scarlet red  flowers with a silver-white picotee edge over clumps of slim, ribbed leaves in early summer.  Hardy and hummingbirds love it too.

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Gladiolus italicus

(syn. G. segetum)

18-24” tall.

Dainty spikes of pretty bright pink flowers frosted with white are borne in early summer. 

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Currently unavailable

 

Gladiolus palustris

1-2’ tall

This dainty but hardy perennial glad looks wonderful poking out between mid-sized perennials or intermingled in a meadow or steppe planting, with graceful wands of rosy flowers. Europe. 

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Currently unavailable

 

Gladiolus saundersii

to 3’

We are thrilled with the performance vigor and hardiness this glad has to offer. Large lustrous scarlet-orange, white-throated flowers bloom for a long period in midsummer on sturdy stems attracting hummingbirds every year. S.Africa. 

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Glaucium sp.

(Papaveraceae)

1’ x 18”

An unknown species from a British seed exchange with burnt orange horned poppy flowers and handsome scalloped foliage. Easy, and pretty in our region. (LSO)

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Globularia cordifolia

(Globulariaceae)

Mat Globularia

 3” x 12”

Shiny dark evergreen mats with slate-blue pompoms in summer. Europe and Turkey, on limestone cliffs. 

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Globularia repens

 3” x 12”

Tight mats of tiny dark green leaves bear panicles of white lilac flowers in summer. Europe. 

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Currently unavailable

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Globularia trichosantha

8” x 6”

Handsome rosettes of rich green foliage and prominent round heads of blue powder puffs in late spring. Balkans. 

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$6.00

 

Grindelia chiloensis

(Asteraceae)

Gum Plant

2’ x 2’

Bushy evergreen subshrub carries 3” bright yellow flowers singly on tall stems. Argentina.   

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Currently unavailable

 

Gunnera magellanica (Gunneraceae)

6” x 24”

A dwarf high alpine species that makes a nice ground cover for moist, rich areas with emerald green, glossy, round, scalloped leaves and spikes of greenish-red flowers in summer. Chile, Patagonia. 

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Gypsophila aretioides (Caryophyllaceae)

 1/2” x 5”

Incredibly hard hummocks of tiny gray-green leaves with shy stemless blooms of pearly-white in summer. A superb trough plant! Iran,  Caucasus, on open slopes.  

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Gypsophila bungeana

(Caryophyllaceae)

 Bunge’s Baby’s Breath

1” x 3”

Tiny white flowers barely kissed with lilac are presented on wiry 6” stems in late spring to early summer over tidy mounds of grass-like foliage. Caucasus.

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$6.00

 

Gypsophila cerastioides ‘Pixie Splash’

Alpine Baby’s Breath

3” x 7”

Attractive mounds are eclipsed in spring with masses of unique flowers of white with a ‘pink splash’.

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Currently unavailable

 

Gypsophila nana

4” x 12”

Tight carpets of small narrow foliage produce multitudes of dainty pale pink-white flowers for most of the summer. A great ground cover! Greece.   

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Gypsophila petraea

4” x 6”

Dense tufts of gray-green, grass-like leaves and globular clusters of white to pale purple flowers in summer. Carpathians. 

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Currently unavailable

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