River Rock Nursery Catalogue
We are a retail, mail order nursery, also open by appointment. Catalog updated Jan. 30, 2003 with 100+ new plants
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Abies alba 'Pyramidalis' Columnar Silver Fir. Grows half a foot a year, likes partial shade which is unusual in a conifer
Abies amabilis Pacific Silver Fir. Useful tree of the Pacific Northwest, very tall, 5" purple cones
Abies balsamea Balsam Fir. Eastern U.S., native popular as a Christamas tree, 35-50ft, grows well in a container.
Abies balsamea 'Nana' Dwarf Balsam Fir. Violet-purple cones, very hardy, dark green needles, nice rock garden subject, grows 2" a year. Good in afternoon shade and cool conditions
Abies bracteata Santa Lucia Fir. Native to a limited area of the Coast Range around Monterey CA. Graceful, flattened needles and large pointed buds. Hardy (at least) west of Cascades
Abies chensiensis x balsamea. Very fast grower to 100', Thick yellow green leaves in this unusual hybrid
Abies cilicica Cilician Fir. 50' fir from Turkey, grey fissured bark, 8" cones
Abies concolor 'Candicans'. Large blue cones and powder blue needles. 40' tall
Abies concolor 'Glauca Compacta' Dwarf Blue Concolor Fir. Slow growing pyramidal conifer, 4-6 ft. high, hardy to -35 degrees, sun or part shade.
Abies concolor 'Compacta' White Fir. This variety is densely branched. Grows to 3' in 10 years, eventually faster. Difficult to grow in a pot and can take several years to assume upright growth
Abies concolor White Fir. 120', so' silvery needles, withstands heat and drought better than other firs, excellent ornamental and for Christmas trees
Abies delvayi 'Nana Herdford'. A dwarf spreading form of Yunnan Fir
Abies firma Japanese Fir. 65' yellow-green needles notched at the tip
Abies fraseri Fraser Fir. Dark green needles. 30-40' tall, popular specimen tree and Christmas tree
Abies grandis 'Aurea'. New foliage is lemon yellow and turns back to green before summer
Abies grandis Grand Fir. 200', native northwest tree, glossy, dark green flatened needles, widely used as a Christmas tree in the NW
Abies koreana 'Aurea'. A creamy-yellow form of the Korean Fir. Grows slowly and quite densely, about 3-4" per year. Excellent rock garden or border plant, retaining its yellow color year-round. Will eventually form a large tree unless pruned to bush form
Abies koreana 'Horstman's Silberlocke'. Most distinctive form of Korean Fir. Each needle curves back over its stem revealing the striking white underside. Will grow to the full species size, or can be maintained at any size by pruning
Abies koreana Korean Fir. Very elegant small fir. Undersides of needles bright white and contrast strongly with the green upperside, colorful in the wind. Would make an excellent living Christmas tree. Develops purple, upright cones at an early age
Abies koreana 'Cis'.
Abies koreana 'Nanaimo'. Compact growth with purple cones at an early age
Abies koreana 'Silber Mavers'. Korean Fir. An outstanding witch's broom of this attractive species. Growth is typically 1/4-1/2" per year, forming a small round bun. Can be pruned into an outstanding 'Mame' bonsai
Abies koreana 'Silber Schweig'. Korean Fir. Another witches broom, very similar to 'Mavers.'
Abies koreana 'Starker's Dwarf'. Round and dense with a flat top. Slow growing to 3'x3' in 10 years
Abies lasiocarpa 'Arizonica Glauca Compacta'. Dwarf Cork Bark Fir. From the mountains of Arizona Zone 5. Light blue needles and spongy, white bark. Relatively slow growth to 10' in 10 years. Excellent for bonsai. Don't let it bake in the afternoon sun
Abies lasiocarpa Subalpine fir. Fairly slow growing fir from the western mountains. Very hardy. Assumes a natural bonsai shape. Tolerant of some shade
Abies marocana. A rarely-cultivated fir from Moroccoo, related to Abies pinsapo
Abies nordmaniana 'Golden Spreader'. Bright golden color on this slow growing 'spreader'. 1'x3' in 10 years
Abies nordmaniana Nordman Fir. Vigorous, graceful fir from the Caucuses of Greece. Densely foliaged, 30-50', completely hardy anywhere in the US. Excellent for living Christmas Tree or for bonsai. Grows well in a pot.
Abies pindrow West Himalayan Fir. slender, tree with drooping needles
Abies pinsapo 'Aurea'. Light gold new growth, slow growing and can be kept to any size by pruning; becomes a large tree eventually if not pruned back. Best golden color in strong sunlight; eventually a large tree if not pruned
Abies pinsapo 'Glauca'. Short, vibrant blue needles circle the stems. Grows slowly at first. Very striking, drought hardy. Can be kept to any size by pruning or eventually to 70'
Abies pinsapo 'Hammondii'. Dwarf selection of the Spanish Fir, forming a dense bush
Abies pinsapo 'Horstmann'. Conical shape, very compact dwarf. 3' in 10 years. More dense and slow growing than Glauca
Abies pinsapo Spanish Fir. To 75', 5" long, purplish-brown cones. Very slow growing at first, so can be pruned to any desired size. Not fussy, but naturally grows on hot, dry sites in it's few remaining locations in Spain. Drought tolerant. Good for bonsai
Abies procera 'Aurea' or 'Sherwoodii'. Exceptional golden form of the Noble Fir. Color best in strong sun. A gem.
Abies procera 'Frijsenborg' Frijsenborg Noble Fir. From seed selected in Denmark, cultivated for its hardiness, blue color, disease resistance.
Abies procera 'Glauca Prostrata'. Probably grafted from a side branch. Retains horizontal growth for a long time--indefinitely with some pruning. Needles smaller and more delicate than the preceding.
Abies procera 'Glauca'. Very attractive, thick, glaucous needles. Grows as a dense bush for several years, but eventually sends up a leader toward treehood. Pruning can discourage this, if desired.
Abies procera 'La Graciosa'. A chance, dwarf Noble Fir seedling discovered at Evans Farms in Canby OR. Grows into a small, dense bush. 3' in 10 years.
Abies procera Noble Fir. Tree of the Northwest, can grow to 300' tall. One of the most stately trees. Popular at Christmas.
Abies sachalinensis 'Mayriana'.
Abies spectabilis Himalayan Fir. Bold, spectacular growth form--hence it's Latin name. Cones are purple, turning to brown. Grows to 150'
Acer acuminatum. Native to the Himalayas, smooth purplish twigs and leaves with three lobes
Acer aidzuense. Large shrub or small tree to 20'
Acer argutum Pointed Leaf Maple. Small tree to 20' Five-lobed leaves. Native to Japan.
Acer barbinerve. Small tree, hardy, bright yellow in fall, native to Korea and Manchuria.
Acer buergeranum Trident Maple. To 25' Leaves turn red in autumn. Good tree for patio, lawn or street. With age, the bark becomes mottled and flaking, gray and tan. Popular for bonsai.
Acer campbellii Sinense. Large and glossy 5-lobed leaves turn vivid shades of orange and red before leaf drop
Acer campestre Hedge Maple. 3-5 lobed rounded leaves, corky bark and yellow foliage color in late fall. Rounded and low branced to 25' Tolerates poor, sandy and alkaline soil, heat and hurban conditions. Excellent bonsai.
Acer campestre 'Nanum'. Dwarf Hedge Maple. Dense growting, to 5 ' in 10n years, 3-lobed leaves, glossy green in summer, butter yellow in autumn.
Acer campestre postulense. spreading 6-8' shrub with bright yellow leaves in spring, turning to a yellow green, best in part shade to prevent leaf burn
Acer campestre pulverenta. speckled yellow leaves, grows to 12'
Acer campestre 'Queen Elizabeth'. Upright to oval shape, fast-growing, gold fall color
Acer capillipes Stripe-bark Maple. Grown for its exceptionally showy, striped bark, especially striking in winter. Bright red stalks and reddish twigs 30' tall.
Acer cappadocicum 'Aureum'. Bright golden foliage to 35' Grow in full sun.
Acer carpinifolium Hornbeam Maple. Unusual maple with very unmaple-like leaves, hence its name. Rarely seen, holds dried leaves through the winter like a beech. 20-25'
Acer caudatum ssp Ukurunduense. 30' tall, leaves are downy underneath, Tolerates wide ranges in soil moisture from very wet to quite dry.
Acer caudatum. 25' tree with shaggy peels of white and tan bark, star ahaped leaves, Full sun or partial shade.. Young twigs are purple.
Acer cinnamomifolium. small evergreen tree from SE Asia, fast-growing.
Acer circinatum 'Little Gem'. Dwarf Vine Maple from a witches broom in Vancouver, B.C. 4' x 4' Full sun, Zone 6
Acer circinatum 'Monroe' Vine Maple. Unique, dissected leaf sport found along Oregon's Rogue River, grows to 15', Full sun or partial shade. Zone 5
Acer circinatum 'Pacific Fire'. Red-barked selection of the Vine Maple from the late Ed Wood.
Acer circinatum Vine Maple. Native tree usually to 12' high and wide, Orange, scarlet, yellow in fall. Often grows as a multitrunked understory tree. Tolerates shade well, but best fall color in full sun.
Acer cissifolium Ivy-leaved Maple. Leaves in threes like Boston Ivy 25' x 25 ', deeply cut trifoliate leaves, Intense colors in Autumn, orange and red
Acer crataegifolium 'Veitchii' Hawthorne Maple. Small triangular leaves like a hawthorn, splashed with white and pink markings, Retains vibrant colors in shady conditions.
Acer davidii David's Stripe-barked Maple. Ornate greenish trunk with numerous silvery, vertical stripes, especially nice in winter, good fall color, yellow and purple 30-50' Keep trunk shaded from afternoon sun.
Acer Davidii 'Serpentine'. 25'. Ovate, unlobed leaves, deep yellow and pink in Auturmn, colorful striations of gray, white and pink along stems and branches
Acer distylum. Large, heart-shaped Linden-like foliage emerges coated with a rosy-gold indumentum in spring, soon fading to lime-green. Rich fall color, full sun or partial shace in well-drained soil. 15'
Acer elegantulum. 20-40' Chinese maple with medium sized, 'elegant' leaves.
Acer fabri. 20-30' tree
Acer ginnala Amur Maple. Lovely small maple with fragrant flowers and excellent fall color which last a long time. Good for containers or bonsai, 15-20' if unpruned.
Acer ginnala 'Compacta'. Compact Amur Maple 6-l0' Good red fall color
Acer glabrum Mountain Maple. Rich gold fall color. Native tree 6-24' red branches, 3-5 lobed leaves red color in fall.
Acer grandidentatum The Big-toothed Maple. Variant of the eastern Sugar Maple native to cool canyons of the Rockies.
Acer griseum Paper Bark Maple. Rare, medium sized trifoliate maple. Famous for its shiny brown peeling bark, especially attractive in winter. Excellent fall color. Good maple for small yard or container. 20-30' Will tolerate shade and drought.
Acer henryi. Small trifoliate maple of China, ripe seeds are showy red, leaves are red in fall.
Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'. Cut-Leaf Full-Moon Maple. Deeply lobed leaves that turn dark red in fall. Eventually 20-30'
Acer japonicum 'Vitifolium' Grape-leaf Full-Moon Maple. Brilliant red/orange/purple fall colors. Large shrub or small tree.
Acer leucoderme Chalk maple. Southern variant of the Sugar Maple.
Acer macrophyllum Big Leaf Maple. Native to most of the west coast, larger and more vigorous farther north. Makes a spectacular specimen with outstanding gold/yellow fall color.
Acer macrophyllum 'Seattle Sentinel'. Columnar selection of the west coast's impressive Big Leaf Maple.
Acer mandshuricum Manchurian Maple. Grows to 45', fast growing, excellent fall color
Acer maximowiczii. small tree
Acer miyabei ssp. miaotaiense. Unusual tree to 30 ft., leaves turn yellow after October, lovely oval rounded shape, hardy to zone 4.
Acer mono Painted Maple. extremely cold hardy from Mongolia 45' fall color is bright gold and red. Attractive, glossy leaves, excellent for bonsai.
Acer monspessulanum Montpelier Maple. Small, dark, shiny leaves , 20' tall, drought hardy and natural for bonsai with naturally small leaves.
Acer negundo 'Flamingo' Flamingo Box Elder. Striking purple spring color.
Acer negundo 'Kelly's Gold Golden-Leaved Boxelder. 30-40',
Acer negundo 'Sensation'. compact to 25' with fantastic red fall color
Acer negundo 'Violaceum'. 40' tree New growth in spring is violet with a white bloom, pinkish flower tassels
Acer negundo 'Winter Lightning'.
Acer oblongum. 45' tree with glossy leaves
Acer oliveranum. Starlike leaves on green branches, rare tree to 30'
Acer palmatum 'Aka Shigigatsu Sawa'. White leaf with pink and red, edged with green, a small tree to 6'
Acer palmatum 'Arakawa' Rough Bark Maple. Green leaves with yellow fall color. Outstanding bark. Grows well in a pot.
Acer palmatum 'Atrolinearae
Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum'. Red leaves in spring, varying summer color and spectacular fall color on these seedlings. Moderate growth to 15-20', sun or part shade.
Acer palmatum 'Beni hime'. Rare, dwarf Japanese maple, leaves bright red in spring, keep reddish margins into summer.
Acer palmatum 'Beni kawa'. Red-barked Japanese maple which doesn't reach the eventual 30' size of Sango Kaku. Green in summer, yellow fall color. Afternoon shade in hot areas.
Acer palmatum 'Beni Komachi'. Beautiful Little Girl 5-9' tree foliage emerges bright crimsion, darkens to deep red and turns scarlet in fall
Acer palmatum 'Beni Maiki'. 3-6' Leaves vary and change from red to pink to green.
Acer palmatum 'Beni Shigitatsu Sawa'. Samurai Maple 8-12' New leaves open maroon and change to green, slow growing
Acer palmatum 'Beni Shishihenge'. Variegated leaf with pink and orange, grows to 12'
Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'. Dark red leaves, keep their color through the year, Upright grower to 15', crimson fall color
Acer palmatum 'Burgundy Lace'. Horizontal shrub with red leaves.
Acer palmatum 'Butterfly'. Dainty green and white leaves, vase shaped small in winter 10-20'. Lovely pale reddish-yellow leaves can achieve beautiful color by mid summer in full sun.
Acer palmatum 'Chiba'. Dwarf tree used often for bonsai. Grows into a round shape.
Acer palmatum 'Coonara Pygmy'. Rare, dwarf, densely branched witch's broom to 3'.
Acer palmatum 'Corallinum'. Choice but difficult to propagate. Slow growing to 15'. Salmon pink leaf color in spring and then again in fall.
Acer palmatum dissectum Laceleaf Maple. deep red foliage, 6-12' Interesting in container or as a bonsai, grows in sun to light shade
Acer palmatum 'Crimson Queen' Rounded Japanese maple with red, dissected leaves, grows to 5' wide and high
Acer palmatum 'Emperor I'. Upright grower, Great form, red fall color. Heat tolerant. Holds red color thru summer.
Acer palmatum 'Garnet'. Weeping, red dissected leaf Japanese maple--fastest growing mounding variety, forms a 4-6'rounded bush or prune to expose trunk structure.
Acer palmatum 'Goshiki Kotohime'. Dwarf tree with variegated leaves, white and pink, good for bonsai.
Acer palmatum 'Goshiki Shidare'. Slow growing to 6 ft. by 10 ft. wide, deeply dissected leaves with red, green and cream variagation.
Acer palmatum 'Hogyoki'. 12-18' with bright orange color in the fall
Acer palmatum 'Hupp's Dwarf'. Very nice dwarf
Acer palmatum 'Ibo Nishiki'. Outstanding 'pine' bark on this medium sized Japanese maple. To 15' or excellent as bonsai.
Acer palmatum Inaba Shidare. Graceful, dissected-leaf, dark red weeping maple, stays red all summer. Brilliant fall color. Eventually 6-8'
Acer palmatum 'Issai Nishiki'. Pine Bark Maple dwarf tree with
Acer palmatum Japanese Maple. Green leaves in summer, wonderful fall colors of yellow, bronze and red. Lends an artistic touch to a landscape, slowly to 25'
Acer palmatum 'Karasugawa'. Wonderful variegated maple, pink and white leaves, pink stems, will burn unless kept in shade.
Acer palmatum 'Kasagi yama'. Reddish-orange spring color, then variegated and back to red in fall; 6-8'
Acer palmatum 'Kashima'. Small leaves, grows in a round form, dwarf, used for bonsai.
Acer palmatum 'Katsura'. The Wig Japanese Maple 2-4' tall, Pale yellow leaves margined in orange, change to green and then again to bright yellow and orange in fall.
Acer palmatum 'Kiyohime'. Very dwarf to 1-2' leaves are orange-red in spring and then again colored in fall
Acer palmatum 'Koto No Ito'. 6-9', green bark, bright yellow color in fall
Acer palmatum 'Kurui Jishi'. Crazy Lion Japanese Maple 4-6' Edges of leaves roll inward, yellow in fall
Acer palmatum 'Matsugae' Pine Branch Maple. variegated leaves white and pink, 12-18' tall
Acer palmatum 'Mikawa Yatsubusa'. Natural bonsai, leaves lay over one another, very short internodes, slow growth rate to 5'
Acer palmatum 'Murasaki kiyohime'. slow grower to 3' bright orange fall color, purple edges in spring leaves
Acer palmatum 'Okagami'. Mirror Japanese Maple, 12' tree leaves change from red new growth to black-red for summer and then to red and scarlet for fall.
Acer palmatum 'Okushimo'. Pepper and Salt Leaf Maple vase shape tree 20-40n', edged of leaves foll inward Yellow fall colorAcer palmatum 'Omurayama'. Weeping Japanese Maple 10-15 fdt. Tree with weeping branches gold and red fall color
Acer palmatum 'Omurayama'.Upright tree with very dissected leaves, spectacular fall colors, oranges and reds.
Acer palmatum 'Orange Dream'. Medium sized maple to 15 feet, new growth in spring is a unique, bright orange, color maintained best with right amount of direct sun. Too much sun causes burning, in too little sun color fades, afternoon shade probably best
Acer palmatum 'Orangeola'. Cut leaf maple with bright red new growth, leaves paler orange in summer and then bright orange in fall
Acer palmatum 'Oregon Sunset'. Dwarf plant with dark purple leaves, turning red in fall.
Acer palmatum 'Orido Nishiki'. Striking japanese maple 15 to 20'. Vigorous grower. White and pink splashes not only on leaves, but also as veining on the trunk.
Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki' Saki-Cup Maple. 20' tall with crimson fall color
Acer palmatum 'Oshio Beni'.
Acer palmatum 'Pixie'.
Acer palmatum 'Red Dragon'. Mounding red, dissected-leaf Japanese maple to 4-6'. Deep purple red color in summer. Autumn color more intense. Full sun or afternoon shade.
Acer palmatum 'Red Emperor'. 15-20' with crimson leaves through the seasons
Acer palmatum 'Red Pygmy'. Red leaves which are very narrow. Palmate leaves come out on new wood, then the linearilobum leaves emerge the following year.Height is 6 ft., fall colors are orange and yellow.
Acer palmatum 'Red Wood'. A selected seedling by Ed Woods. Red color is better on old wood than Sango Kaku. Yellow fall color.
Acer palmatum 'Sango Kaku'. Famous Japanese Maple variety with bright red bark, especially beautiful in winter. Needs full sun to maintain bright bark.
Acer palmatum 'Seiyru'. Only upright dissected-leaf Japanese maple. The others are all 'weepers'. Makes an airy, spreading small tree to about 15', green leaves show excellent fall color.
Acer palmatum 'Shaina'. Compact twiggy growth and bright red foliage on this sport of Bloodgood. Moist soil but good drainage.
Acer palmatum 'Sharp's Pygmy'.Dwarf maple to 3', green leaves.
Acer palmatum 'Shindeshojo'. Grows to 12' Leaves come out bright red pink in spring, fading to green pink in summer, turning scarlet in fall.
Acer palmatum 'Shishigashira'. A vase shaped tree, mature at 20', leaves dark green and curly, fall color is orange.
Acer palmatum 'Tamuke yama'. Very attractive red, dissected-leaf weeping Japanese maple, eventually to 6-8'.
Acer palmatum 'Tiny Tim'. Dwarf plant to 3', green leaves with red stems, excellent for bonsai.
Acer palmatum 'Uki gumo'. The floating cloud maple. Leaves are almost pure white in medium shade, but show more of a pinkish color in full sun; to about 12'
Acer palmatum 'Ukon'. Upright tree to 15', leaves and bark is green, yellow fall color.
Acer palmatum 'Viridis'. Excellent green dissected foliage, cascading habit to 4-6'. Yellow-gold fall color. Does best with afternoon shade in hotter areas.
Acer palmatum 'Villa Taranto'.Thin linear leaves, dwarf, Leaves are red, fading to green in summer with a yellow fall color.
Acer palmatum 'Waterfall'. An excellent weeping, dissected green leaf maple, eventually 6' fall. It lives up to its name.
Acer palmatum 'Will D'.
Acer palmatum 'Winter Flame'. Bright red bark in winter, somewhat darker red than 'Sango Kaku' and with more compact growth.
Acer paxii. Small leaved evergreen maple; very rare in cultivation.
Acer pectinatum forrestii. 40' tree with striped bark, 3-lobed leaves on red stems
Acer pectinatum ssp Forestii. A snakebark maple from Yunan Province, China; green trunk with striking white stripes, 20-30'
Acer pectinatum. A snakebark maple from the Himalayas
Acer pensylvanicum 'Erythrocladum'. Coral-Stripe Maple Green and White stripes on the bark with coral winter shoots
Acer pensylvanicum. Native American 'Stripe-bark maple' Small woodland maple, full sun or partial shade.
Acer pentaphyllum. One of the world's rarest maples in the wild. Uncommon in cultivation. Not reliably hardy. A very elegant tree.
Acer pilosum var stenolobum. Stenerlobe Maple. exoliating bark and small, lobed leaves, similar to Hedge Maple
Acer pseudosieboldianum Korean Maple. Very cold hardy with grace of Japanese maple.
Acer rubrum 'Autumn Flame'. Very bright red fall color 35' tall
Acer rubrum 'October Glory'. 40' rounded tree
Acer rubrum Red Maple. Small red flowers in early April, native to the eastern United States, fast glower and brilliant scarlet fall color can grow to 120'
Acer rufinerve Redvein Maple. Outstanding bark, green with white stripes, red and yellow color in fall, narrow growth to 35'
Acer saccharinum Silver Maple. 40-100' Fastest growing nativ
Acer saccharum Sugar Maple. Rich golden-orange fall color on this most famous source of maple syrup, to 100' or more.
Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum'. Golden Full Moon Maple. Spectacular. Eventually a medium sized tree. Grows well as a bonsai and the large leaves dwarf well.
Acer sinensis. Chinese small tree with rough grey bark and thick lobed leaves with white underneath
Acer spicatum Moose Maple. small tree or shrub with orange and scarlet leaf color in fall.
Acer takesimense. small shrubby tree Yellow color in fall
Acer tartaricum Tartarian Maple. 30' tree tolerant of high pH and dry conditions. Red to yellow fall color. Rarely seen maple.
Acer tegmentosum. 30' tree with purple to gray-green bark, faintly white striped yellow-green spring flowers, winged samaras, yellow fall co.lor, prefers moist sites.
Acer triflorum Three-flowered Maple. Beautiful, light colored flaking bark, outstanding yellow and red foliage in the fall. To 30'.
Acer truncatum Shantung Maple. brilliant fall color, very hardy, drought resistant and tolerant of urban pollution.
Acer truncatum ssp. mono.
Acer tschonoskii ssp Koreanum. Graceful tree 25-20 ft., bright yellow fall color.
Acer x freemanii 'Armstrong'. Fastigiate Maple 60' silvery gray bark and 5-lobed leaves.Aesculus californica California Buckeye. Large shrub or small tree native to dry slopes in California.
Acorus gramineus 'Pusillus minimus aureus'.
Aesculus pavia Red Buckeye. Small, choice, buckeye to 15' with profuse red flowers in spring.
Ailanthus altissima Tree of Heaven.
Akebia quinata. Semi evergreen climber with fragrant red-purple flowers turning into dark purple sausage shaped fruits.
Alangium chinensis. tiny flowers on this shrub 4-6' high
Albizia julibrissin Mimosa Tree. Finely feathered leaves with powderpuff blooms in summer
Alchemilla erythropoda Dwarf Lady's Mantle. Peremmial with tiny yellow flowers in summer, compact plant for edging, borders, in sun or partial shade, 6-12 inches tall.
Alchemilla mollis Lady's Mantle. Attractive leaves bead up raindrops like a freshly waxed car. Sun or part shade. Forms a small clump.
Alnus cordata Italian Alder. Glossy, rounded leaves, grows to 30-50' Very adaptable, growing in infertile, dry,m high pH soils or wet areas
Alnus incana 'Laciniata' Cut-Leaved Alder. 50' tree
Alnus nitida. Clusters of4-6" catrkins
Alnus oregona Red Alder. native Northwest tree
Alnus rhombifolia White Alder.
Alnus sinuata Alder. Dark green leaves on red petioles
Alnus tenuifolia Mountain Alder.
Alnusa glutinosa "imperialis' Cut Leaf Alder. Finely cut leaves on a bushy tree
Alopecurus pratensis Aureovariegata Golden variegated Foxtail Grass. Very hardy, 1' x 2' Full sun to light shade
Amelanchier alnifolia Western Serviceberry. Graceful white flowers in clusters form berries attractive to wildlife. The Saskatoon berry of Canada, to 18'.
Amelanchier canadensis Shadblow Serviceberry. Multi-stemmed shrub to 15' with pendulous white flowers, berries change from red to black, good for the edge of the woods.
Amelanchier laevis. Shrub or small tree to 25'
Ampelopsis aconitifolia. Bluish berries turn orange-yellow in the fall. Finely dissected leaves on this 15' porcelain berry vine.
Ampelopsis brevipenduculata 'Elegans' Porcelain Berry. Eye-catching variegated foliage on this variation of the porcelain berry. Medium sized vine to 15' for sun or part shade.
Ampelopsis brevipenduculata Porcelain Berry. Shiny blue to purple berries are a real eye catcher on this vine to 15'. Sun or part shade.
Ampelopsis humulifolia. Clusters of blue and yellow fruits
Ampelosis japonica. Violet spotted purple fruits on this vining plant which develops a curious bulbous rhizome. Grows well in a container where the rhizone can be attractively displayed.
Andromeda variegata Variegated Andromeda. Small, attractive, white and green leaves. Profuse bloom, even in a small pot. Trunk tends to grow thick and curved. A natural bonsai or accent plant in full sun or partial shade. Excellent growth in a pot.
Aquilegia flabellata 'Nana'. Dwarf, rock garden plant, requires good drainage.
Aquilegia vulgaris Plum Short Spur. Attractive spring flowers on this clump-forming columbine.
Araucaria araucana Monkey Puzzle Tree. Large tree to 75' good for a specimen since few other trees look anything like it. Will grow slowly in a pot for many years.
Arbutus Marina. Hybrid madrone of smaller stature than Pacific Madrone. Good for containers. Not as hardy as Pacific madrone.
Arbutus menziesii Pacific Madrone. Outstanding NW Native tree whose bark peels to reveal shiny red trunk. White flowers attract bees and colorful strawberry-like berries are relished by birds. Needs good drainage & no summer water when established.
Arbutus unedo Strawberry Tree. Everngreen shrub in sun or part shade, good for screen, small white flowers
Arbutus unedo 'Compacta' Strawberry Tree. Small statured arbutus with attractive coral bell flowers and 1" strawberry-like fruit. Good for containers.
Aristolochia california California Dutchman's Pipe. Vine that tolerates a lot of shade with soft furry heart shaped leaves and hanging 1" flowers in the shape of pipes in early spring before the leaves come out
Aristotelia fruticosa. Evergreen shrub from New Zealand, needs some protection in very cold weather. Tiny flowers followed by small berries variable in color.
Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima' Red Chokeberry. Bright red fall foliage and fruit. Small white flowers in May, tolerates heavy clay or wet soils, 6-9'
Aronia melanocarpa Black Chokeberry. 6-8'. Massive display of white flowers, red-black berries which make a delicious juice, spectacular red autumn color. Grows well in almost any soil and moisture conditions. Native to the eastern U.S.
Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking'.
Asimina angustifolia Narrow-leafed Pawpaw. 3-4', dwarf shrub
Asimina incarna Flag Pawpaw. 4', virtually unknown species with
Asimina obovata Pawpaw. 8-12', uncommon pawpaw with white-rose
Asimina parviflora Dwarf Pawpaw. To 18', maroon flowers February to April, similar to A. triloba but has smaller leaves, flowers, fruits, and is not as tall.
Asimina triloba Pawpaw.
Asimina triloba Pawpaw. 15-20', interesting small tree with purple spring flowers, greenish-yellow edible fruit ripens to a dark brown and tastes similar to bananas. Zones 6-8
Aster Dru;mosus 'Purple Dome' Bushy Aster. Monding [perennial, sun or part shade, 18" tall, deep purple flowers in August-September.
Aster novi-belgii 'Professor Kippenburg. Sun, blue flowers beginning in August for 6-9 weeks, 12-15 inches high.
Athrotaxis cupressoides Tasmanian Pencil Pine.
Azara dentata Azara. Evergree; larger and more fragrant flowers than microphylla. Shrub to 10'. Outstanding but little known.
Azara lanceolata. 10-20' tree with yellow vanilla scented flowers in spring
Azara microphylla Azara. Vanilla scented yellow flowers in late winter and spring--from the southern Andes Mountains, Small tree or shrub, 15' if not pruned. Excellent container plant.
Azara microphylla variegata. Green and white leaves. Slow growing to 15 ft.
Azara serrata. Larger yellow puffs of flowers and more fragrant than microphylla 8-12'
Berberis aristata .
Berberis 'Aurea'. Striking golden color on the new leaves in spring. Shrub 3-6', takes well to pruning.
Berberis buxifolia 'Nana'. 18" mound
Berberis chinensis. 6-9' arching shrub with yellow flowers and red fruit
Berberis darwinii Darwin's Barberry. Glossy evergreen leaves and 2" racemes of gold tinged red flowers
Berberis dictyophylla. White bloom on stems, leaves and berries. Scarlet fall color4-6' open shrub
Berberis gagnepainii Spiny Barberry. Bright yellow flowers and bluish black berries on this evergreen to 6'.
Berberis gilgiana. 4-6'
Berberis gyalaica Tibetan Barberry. 6-9' shrub with spineless leaves, yellow flowers, blue-black berries
Berberis thunbergii 'Helmond Pillar'. Columnar purple-leaved barberry to 4' high. Yellow flowers. Excellent fall color followed by bright red berries on bare twigs.
Berberis hookeri. 3-4' mounding shrub
Berberis irwinii. Upright barberry to 1-2'.
Berberis julianae Wintergreen Barberry. Grows in a dense mound to 5', Makes a great barrier or hedge.
Berberis koreana Korean Barberry. Bright yellow flowers Bright red friut, Orange fall color
Berberis linearifolia 'Orange King'. Fairly large barberry (4-6') with attractive leaves and bright apricot buds producing orange flowers and then berries.
Berberis morrisonense Morrison's Barberry. Showy fall color, red berries and reddish twigs
Berberis thunbergii 'Atropurpurea nana'. Crimson Pygmy Barberry. Deciduous, purple leafed, compact growth to 2', good for low border or for container growing.
Berberis thunbergii 'Atropurpurea'. Red Leaf Japanese Barberry. Deep red foliage in sull sun, 3-6' high with a 4-7' spread.
Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow' Barberry. Shrub 4-6'. Young shoots are reddish purple, marbled with pink, white, and rose, turning to purple. Best color in full sun or light shade
Berberis wilsoniae 'Ace'.A splendid small shrub with bluish leaves, turning nice autumn colors, bright yellow flowers followed by coral fruit clusters.
Berberis x Wisleyensis (triacanthophora). Three-spined barberry. Graceful shrub to 5'. Sun or shade.
Betula alba dissectum 'Trost's Dwarf'. Dwarf birch with curious dissected leaves and typical white trunk?
Betula albo-sinensis Chinese Red Birch. Rich red-brown to orange-red exfoliating bark, dark yellow green leaves turn bright golden in fall, to 75'.
Betula allegheniensis Yellow Birch. 60' tree with cherrylike bark, narrow leaves turn deep yellow in fall, wintergreen scented twigs
Betula costata. Tall birch noted for its creamy yellow bark, peeling and flaking.
Betula glandulosa Bog Birch. Round-leaved shrub of northern bogs, growth to 4-6'
Betula grossa Japanese Cherry Birch.
Betula jacquemontii. The whitest of white trunks on this birch from India, 2' per year to 40'. Tissue cultured for reliably white bark.
Betula lenta Sweet Birch. Eastern native with wintergreen scented twigs, yellow fall color, to 75' Cherry-like dark brown-red non-peeling bark.
Betula luminifera Candle Birch. erect catkins, 2-4" high
Betula nana Dwarf Birch. A small tidy shrub with neat rounded leaves.
Betula nigra River Birch. Outstanding exfoliating bark on this American native birch. Often found alongside rivers in nature but grows well with average moisture. To 90'
Betula papyrifera Paper or Canoe Birch. To 80', Striking white bark peels in papery layers, golden fall color. One of the best American natives.
Betula pendula 'Purpurea' Purple Birch. Similar growth habit, but the purplish leaves and trunk make it an eyesper compared to its too-frequently planted parent variety. Holds color well through summer.
Betula pendula 'Trost Dwarf' Birch. Threadlike green leaves very compact and bushy, 3-4' high?
Betula platyphylla japonica.
Betula pumila. Shrub-like form of the species with delicate and minute leaves, to 25'
Briza media Quaking Grass. Perennial 2-3 ft. tall, 12 inches wide.
Buddleia davidii 'Black Knight'. Broad shrub to 6' deep purple flowers
Buddleia davidii 'Indigo'.
Buddleia globosa Orange Ball Buddleia. 8' shrub with globes of orange flowers.
Buddleia 'Lochinch'. Silver-gray foliage with blue fragrant flowers that are attractive to butterflies.
Buddleia 'Pink Delight'. Pure pink dense flowers, fragrant, attractive to butterflies.
Buddleia 'Sungold'. Ball shaped flowers, bright gold, 6 ft. tall shrub.
Buddleia. Butterfly Bush. American native. Large deciduous shrub which can be kept in check by periodic cutting to the ground. Very attractive to butterflies.
Buxus microphylla Koreana. Good plant for shaping and for hedges, slow growing to 2', green leaves turn broze in winter
Buxus microphylla 'Winter Gem'. Deep green foliage to 4'., in sun to part shade
Buxus sempervirens Common Boxwood. Dark green, evergreen, to 15' after many years, great for hedging and topiary
Buxus semp Suffruticosa True Dwarf Boxwood.
Buxus sempervirens 'Graham Blandy'.
Buxus sempervirens 'Variegata' Variegated Boxwood. Evergreen shrub to 15', or pruned to any size. Great for hedging, topiary, bonsai, or cut foliage. Sunset Z3b-6,15-17.
Callicarpa bodinieri 'Profusion'. Deciduous shrub to 5' with an abundance of purple berries remaining after leaves fall and into winter.
Callicarpa japonica Beautyberry. Deciduous shrub to 10', bright purple berries last after the leaves into fall, lavender flowers in summer
Callicarpa japonica 'Leucocarpa'. Very abundant white fruit hang on through the winter, summer flowers are lemon scented
Callistemon citrinus 'Splendons'. Medium shrub with brilliant scarlet 'bottlebrush' flowers.
Callistemon acuminatus Hardy Bottlebrush. Dark narrow leaves and deep red flowers, slow growing shrub to 6' tall.
Calocedrus decurrens 'Aureovariegata'.
Calocedrus decurrens Incense Cedar. 30-50' high, dark green heedles, beautiful brown flakling bark
Calycanthus fertilis Spice bush. Smaller version with more demure red-purple flowers than the Florida Alspice bush. 6-9'.
Calycanthus floridus Carolina Allspice. Known for its unusual dark red flowers and their fragrance.
Camassia quamash Camas Lilly. Native bulb grows in moist conditions when growing, dry when dormant. Eaten by native Americans.
Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide'. Dark Red flowers appear in January on an everygreen shrub
Camellia sinensis 'Bushing Maiden'.
Camellia sinensis Tea. shrub to 10'
Caragana arborescens Siberian Peashrub. Deciduous shrub, fast grower to 20' with 15' spread. Flowers are bright yellow in spring, good for hedge, screen, windbreak in full sun
Carex dipsacae, Autumn Sedge. Sun to part shade, 18" high, 24" apart.
Carpenteria californica 'Elizabeth'.Evergreen shrub to 6 ft. with white scented flowers in profusion in May-July. Sun, good drainage.
Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata' European Hornbeam. Dense tree with ascending branches, 30-40' tall
Carpinus cordata Heartleaf Hornbeam. 20-30'
Carpinus coreana Korean Hornbean. One of the smallest leaved hornbeams and only grows to 15'. Good fall color which most hornbeams lack. Excellent for bonsai but little known.
Carpinus henryi Henry's Hornbeam.
Carpinus japonica Japanese Hornbeam. One of the most striking hornbeams with its strongly veined leaves and fat, pointed winter buds. Justifiably popular for bonsai. 20-30' but much smaller in a bonsai pot.
Carpinus orientalis Oriental Hornbeam. Shrubby tree to 20', S.E. Europe and Asia Minor
Carpinus turczaninovii Rock Hornbeam. Small tree to 20' from N. China and Korea, nice for bonsai. Good for small gardens.
Catalpa bignonioides 'Aurea'. Golden Indian Bean Tree. Large, velvety, soft yellow leaves.
Ceanothus 'Victoria'. Sweet blue flowers in spring that attract bees, shiny leaves 6' tall, sun, tough, trouble-free, hardy to -10.
Cedrela sinensis Chinese Toon. Fragrant white flowers appreciated by bees, bark on older trees hangs in attractive strips. Rarely seen in the NW. 30- 40'
Cedrus atlantica 'Aurea'.
Cedrus atlantica 'Fastigiata'. Columnar Atlas Cedar. will reach 60' at a slow rate, evergreen, bluish-green needles that grow erect.
Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca' Blue Atlas Cedar. Grows slowing to 40', bluish-green needles
Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'. Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar. bluish foliage, branches cascade like water over rocks, train to shape when young, can be grown along a fence or wall.
Cedrus brevifolia 'Epsteinianum'.
Cedrus brevifolia. leaves shorter than C. libani, narrow, pyramid form, excellent for bonsai
Cedrus deodara 'Albospica'. tips of new growth is white
Cedrus deodara 'Aurea' Golden Deodar Cedar. Similar but with striking yellow variegation, most conspicuous Cedar 'Aurea' in winter 40-70'
Cedrus deodara 'Deep Cove'.
Cedrus deodara Deodar Cedar. Tall, graceful conifer with ornate, upright cones 40-70'. Grows well in a container. Excellent for patio tree or bonsai. Colors from blue to green to yellow below
Cedrus deodara 'Descanso Dwarf'.
Cedrus deodara 'Electra Blue'.
Cedrus deodara 'Glauca' Blue Deodar Cedar. Similar but striking blue color, blue strongest in winter 40-70'
Cedrus deodara 'Gold Cone'. Graceful, narrow, partially weeping deodor cedar with rapid growth; Golden-yellow foliage in full sun.
Cedrus deodara 'Hollandia'.
Cedrus deodara 'Kashmir' Deodor Cedar. Silver-gray needles, branches horizontally arranced in tiers, 120' great specimen
Cedrus deodara 'Pygmea'.
Ceonothus hybrid Diamond Heights. Bright yellow and green foliage, sun, hardy to 10 degrees, 12-18 in. x 4-6ft. wide. Blue flowers in late spring.
Cephalanthus occidentalis Buttonbush. Native wetland plant of the eastern US. Flowers like small occidentalis puffy buttons. Will grow with roots completely submerged. 3-6'
Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Duke Garden'.
Cercidiphyllum magnigicum 'Weeping Beauty'.
Cercidiphyllum japonica 'Tidal Wave'.
Cercidiphyllum japonica 'Pendula' Weeping Katsura Tree.
Cercidiphyllum japonica Katsura Tree. Graceful, vase-shaped tree; elegant red-bud-like leaves turn gold and have a sweet smell in late summer. Grows to around 25' in NW.
Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Heronswood Globe'.
Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Raspberry'.
Cercidiphyllum magnificum 'Pendula' Weeping Katsura. Stake to desired height, branches hang down.
Cercis canadensis 'Avondale'. Large, heart-shaped leaves. Abundant deep pink flowers cover branches in early spring.
Cercis canadensis Canadian Redbud. Medium sized, heart-shaped leaves, small, pink, abundant pea- like flowers in spring, native to eastern US 20-30'
Cercis canadensis 'Covey'. This is a patented selection of Redbud which weeps.
Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'. Purple-leaf form of Canadian Redbud. Outstanding reddish/purple leaves.
Cercis canadensis 'Silver Cloud'. Aptly named selection of American Redbud. Many leaves are diffused with pale silver color. Very striking.
Cercis occidentalis Western Redbud. Native to western US, usually more shrubby than eastern redbud, spectacular in bloom, attractive to hummingbirds
Polygala chamaebuxus 'Rhodoptera'. Dwarf milkwort. Low growing evergreen shrub with outrageous purple & yellow flowers; needs a well-drained sunny area, 4"high x 12"wide.
Chaenomeles japonica 'Toyo Nishiki'. Extremely unusual flowering quince in that it bears flowers of two different colors: white and red.
Chaenomeles speciosa 'Contorta'.
Chaenomeles japonica x superba 'Pink Lady'. Clear rose-pink, darker in bud. Spreading habit.
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Albospica'. Slow growing, 3 inches a year, upright growth
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Barry's Silver'. Silvery Lawson cypress, growing 8-12" per year, Z8.
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Blue Surprise'. Upright compact growth to 8ft. maximum. Soft look, purple hue in winter.
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Oregon Blue'. Blue form of the Port Orford Cedar
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Silver Queen'.
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Snow White'. Dwarf, cone shape, blue with new tips white, mature at 6 ft
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Green Arrow'. Exceedingly narrow form with drooping branches makes a strong exclamation point. to 20' and 1-2' wide.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Mariesii'. A medium sized Hinoki Cypress with yellow speckle on green leaves. Slow at first, grows 6-12" per year. Full sun to partial shade.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Aurea Nana'. Golden Dwarf Hinoki Cypress.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Aurora. Dwarf upright to 6 ft., compact.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Blue Feather'.Upright shrub grows 6 inches per year
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Breviramea'. Very fast grower, narrow, strong leader with short branches.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Chabo Yaderi (Ericoides). Semi-dwarf, narrow form with a slightly spiraled appearance to its overall shape
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Confusius'. Semi-dwarf variety from New Zealand.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Cripsii'.Pyramidal with frond-like, spreading, golden yellow branches
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Dainty Doll'. Semi-dwarf upright plant with delicate-looking foliage
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Densa'. Dwarf, slow growing, suitable for the rock garden or trough.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Erica'. Fast growing upright plant, grey-blue leaves, mature at 8 ft. in 15 years.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Fernspray Gold'. Dwarf with yellow fern-like foliage.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Filicoides' Fernspray Cypress. Narrow, upright, with dark twisted green fern-like foliage. Open, irregular branching make this medium sized tree a real attraction.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Flabelliformis'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Gold Fern'. New golden dwarf form of the Hinoki Cypress. Juvenile foliate bright yellow in strong light, more bluish-yellow in partial shade. Growth is a few inches per year.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Golden Fairy'. Upright narrow plant to 6 ft with golden leaves.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Golden Nymph'.Gold, squatly conical, compact
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Golden Sprite'. Tight, flattened bun. Flattened sprays arching outward from the center. Gold with a touch of green toward the center
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Gracilis'. Upright, fast-growing and green. This is the most common of the Hinoki Cypresses.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Graciosa'. Grows to 16 ft., 6 inches a year.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Green Clobe'. Miniature, dark green, extremely slow-growing dense ball
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Hage'. Nice little dwarf form with dark green foliage.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Harumi'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Junior'. Very dwarf, 1 ft. in 10 years.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Juniperoides'. A very dwarf globe, slow growing, excellent for trough or rock garden.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Kamaeni hiba'. 4 ft. in 10 years, yellow, string like leaves.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Kosteri'. Dwarf green Hinoki with cup-shaped netted leaves. Full sun or part shade. Grows 3" per year.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Lemon Twist'.Dwarf Hinoki that grows in a contorted manner and a yellow-gold color in the winter months. Will not burn in full sun, mature height is 8 ft., Zone 5.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Leprechaun'. Compact globe, has a little bronze color in winter, another nice dwarf for troughs
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Little Anne'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Lycopoidoides'. Thick twisted grey-green foliage, dwarf irregular upright form. Unusual 'one-of-a-kind' shapes.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Lynn's Golden'. A dwarf (4 ft.) pyramid with beautiful golden foliage.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Mariessii'. Dwarf shrub with yellow variegated leaves.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Meroke'. Golden, with slow-growing irregularly-conical form
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana' Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Very attractive dwarf plant to 3' tall and 2' wide
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana' (True).
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana Lutea' Dwarf Golden Hinoki Cypress. Evergreen golden needles, to 5'
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Pygmaea'. medium sized round flat shrub to 6 ft..
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Pygmaea Aurescens'. Rich copper bronze color in winter.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Rashamiba'. Dwarf upright shrub maturing at 6 ft.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Reis Dwarf'. Dwarf upright with beautiful irregular mounds of green foliage. Natural for bonsai
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Saffron Spray'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Snowkist'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Sparkles'. Slow growing shrub with green and yellow leaves.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Spiralis'. Narrow, upright Hinoki Cypress with twisted stems and branchlets. Prune to any size or allow to form a small tree.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Stephen Weissenberger'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Stoneham'. A dwarf compact round ball.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Sunshine'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Sunspray'. Dwarf Hinoki Cypress, Nice form that does not sunburn, to 10 ft.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Verdoni'. Beautiful form on this slow growing, upright, golden hikoni. Grows 4" per year. Full sun best, even moisture.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Wells'.
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Wells'. Grows to 20', more compact form.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Boulevard' Cypress. Heat tolerant. Dense, silvery blue-green in summer, grayish blue in winter. Moderate growth to 15'. Sunset Z 2b-6,15-17,A3
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Cream Ball'. Burns in full sun, 2 ft. round ball.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera Aurea' Gold Thread Branch Cypress. Good accent plant in a rock garden, 15-20' spread and 6' high, Evergreen with gold green needles in full sun
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Gold Dust'. Mature height of this dwarf plant is 8 inches. Green leaves have flecks of gold
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Gold Spangle'.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Golden Plumosa' Golden Plume Cypress.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Lemon Thread'.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Miko'.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Plumosa Aurea Nana'. Dense foliage on this attractive dwarf. Especially nice for winter color. To 18".
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Plumosa Compressa'.
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Snow'. 2 ft. dwarf, white with some dark green inside, will burn in full sun
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Squarrosa'. Soft gray-green foliage 30-40' tall, can be used for bonsai
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Tsukumo' . Beautiful, dense growth on this dwarf shrub. Growth 1-2" per year eventually becoming fairly large.
Chamaecyparis plumosa compressa
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Andeleyensis'.Dwarf, upright gray-green foliage, resembling shape of dwarf alberta spruce
Chamaecyparis thyoides Aurea. Golden selection that does not burn in full sun.
Chamaecyparis thyoides Ericoides. Fast-growing with juvenile foliage, plum colored in the winter.
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Glauca Pendula'. Small, blue tree with pendulous branches, lacy blue foliage. In fall, gray-blue new and cinnamon older foliage, attractive conelets. Sunset Z1-6,15-17
Chamaecyparis thyoides Heatherbun. Slow-growing form with fine, heathery foliage. Plum-purple to rust in winter
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Little Jamie'. Dwarf, narrow, pointed column, tiny leaves
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Red Star'.
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Red Star'. Dwarf, upright conical, red color in winter, green in summer.
Chimonanthus praecox 'Concolor'.
Chimonanthus praecox Wintersweet. white flower open in January, extremely fragrant
Chionanthus virginicus American Fringe Tree. 30', showy white flowers
Choisya ternata Mexican Orange. shrub with fragrant white flowers several times a year
Cistus salvifolius. Low shrub with sage-like leaves and white flowers.
Cistus skanbergii. One of the most beautiful cistus with pink flowers from Greece.
Cistus x purpureus Orchid Rockrose. gray-green shrub with dark-spotted rose-pink flowers
Cladastrus kentukea American Yellowwood.
Clematis armandii Evergreen clematis. Early flowers, scented, white. Zones7-9
Clerodendron trichotomum 'Harlequin Glorybower'. 20' tree with extremely fragrant flowers in late summer, turquoise berries in rose-red stars. A stunning tree for sun or part shade.
Clethra acuminata. Native American sweetshrub to 15' Found from Virginia south.
Clethra alnifolia 'Hummingbird'. compact shrub 4-6' tall, fragrant flowers borne in late summer when most other shrubs aren't in flower. Tolerates very wet soil and shade. Attractive lustrous green leaves.
Clethra alnifolia 'Pink Spires'. shrub 6-10' tall, fragrant pink flowers borne in late summer when most other shrubs aren't in flower. Tolerates very wet soil and shade. Attractive lustrous green leaves.
Clethra alnifolia 'Ruby Spice' Summersweet. Fragrant pink summer flowers are attracive to hummingbirds, butterflies & people. Deciduous shrub to 5' high.
Clethra barbinvervis Japanese Clethra. Large deciduous shrub to 10' great fall color, spikes of fragrant white flowers in summer
Cliftonia monophylla Buckwheat Tree/Titi. 6-15'
Coix lacryma-jobi Job's Tears. Corn-like shrub to 3'. Hard seeds are used for food in SE Asia and as beads for necklaces.
Coprosma x Beatson's Gold. 4 ft. shrub from New Zealand, frost tender, sun/pt. shade, purple berries.
Cornus alba elegantissima. Variegated red twig dogwood. Red winter shoots , green and white vareigated leaves, white flowers and white-blue berries.
Cornus alba spaethii Tartarian Dogwood. Colorful, yellow-edgeds leaves on this medium sized, clumping dogwood to 10'
Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood. 15', Horizontal branches bear small white flowers and blue-black fruit, prefers moist areas.
Cornus ammomum Silky Dogwood. Deciduous shrub with showy blue berries, to 9'.
Cornus capitata Evergreen Dogwood. small evergreen tree with pale green foliage, soft yellow flowers in June, huge pink fruits
Cornus controversa Giant Dogwood. Leaves like a red-twig dogwood, but a layered growth habit all its own. This tree makes a magnificent specimen. 30-45' Long show of red fall color.
Cornus controversa 'Variegata'.
Cornus foemina Swamp/Stiff-Cornel Dogwood. 25', shrubby form.
Cornus Kousa Chinensis. Large white flowers, red fruit, good fall color, one of the best, disease- and pest-free, small trees. 20' Excellent bark on older trees. May be the best all around tree for small gardens.
Cornus kousa 'Lustgartgen Weeping'.
Cornus kousa 'Satomi'. Selected form of the Kousa Dogwood, pink to red flowers.
Cornus kousa 'Weavers Weeping'.
Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry. Best known for its colorful, yellow flowering in mid-winter. These flowers are followed by shiny, spectacular, edible cherry-like berries. 20-25' Good fall color
Cornus mas 'Golden Glory'.
Cornus nuttallii Pacific Dogwood. 50-75' White blooms in early spring, fall foliage color, upright form, interesting layered branching
Cornus occidentalis Sunshine.
Cornus officinalis Japanese Cornel Dogwood. Showy bark, blooms in March-April
Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire'.
Cornus sanguinea 'Silver and Gold'.
Cornus sanguinea 'Winter Beauty'.
Cornus sericea 'Isanti'. Compact form with bright red stems--particulaly showy in winter.
Cornus sericea Kelseyi.
Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'. Yellowtwig Dogwood. shrub to 8' Yellow twigs are showy in winter.
Cornus walteri. small Chinese tree dark green leaves, masses of white flowers, black fruit
Corokia cotoneaster Corokia. Unusual, contorted shrub, small yellow flowers, orange berries, tiny leaves. Nice against a wall or in a container. Excellent bonsai.
Corokia cotoneaster 'Little Prince'. Even smaller-leaved version of Corokia
Corokia macrocarpa. dark red flowers.
Corokia virgata. Unusual 10' shrub with star-shaped orange-yellow flowers, orange berries the size of small marbles. Thin leaves are green above, white tomentose beneath. Rare.
Corokia x virgata 'Sunsplash'. Hybrid, originally from New Zealand, moderate growth to 10', attractive growth form and interesting leaves, good for bonsai, Sunset Z4-24
Corylopsis glabrescens. One of the larger winterhazels, to 12' Fragrant yellow flowers in early spring. Sun or semishade.
Corylopsis glabescens v. gotoana. Perhaps the hardiest of the corylopses and somewhat smaller than glabrescens. Excellent, fragrant, early spring bloom, golden-yellow fall color Z6
Corylopsis paucifolia Buttercup Winterhazel. A smaller leaved winterhazel. Fragrant flowers. Ideal for a woodland setting. Densely branching shrub, 4-6'.
Corylopsis platypetala Winter hazel. to 9'. 3" flower racimes.
Corylopsis sinensis. Deciduous shrub to 12' with dainty tassels of pale yellow, lemon-scented flowers before leaves in winter. Great purple fall color.
Corylopsis spicata Spike Winterhazel. Dainty shrub to 6', short clusters of fragrant pale yellow flowers in February to March.
Corylopsis veichiana Vietch Winterhazel. Upright winterhazel with large, yellow, flower racemes containing bright red anthers. To 6'.
Cotinus coggygria Green Smoke Tree.Plume-like flowers in June and July, hang on through the autumn to create the 'smoke'. Nice autumn tints to the leaves, large shrub, small tree.
Cotinus coggygria 'Pink Champagne'.
Cotinus obovatus American Smoke Tree. Perhaps the best American native for fall color, but rarely planted. Does well in dry, difficult conditions. Grows 10-20'.
Cotinus Royal Purple.
Cotoneaster acutifolia Peking Cotoneaster. Dark green leaves turn orange-red in fall, to 10' tall,m reddish flowers in late spring, good for hedges
Cotoneaster apiculatus Cranberry Cotoneaster. The berries are aptly named. Deciduous, 3', deep red fall color. Can take some shade. Good for bonsai, bearing berries freely.
Cotoneaster congestus. Pretty. dense. creeping evergreev forming mounds. Red fruits.
Cotoneaster cooperi. Very densely growing cotoneaster forms a dense mound to 3' in 10 years. Best in mostly full sun. Makes a natural bonsai.
Cotoneaster dammeri Bearberry Cotoneaster. Sun to partial shade, spreads 6', only 1-1/2" high, white flowers in the spring, bright red fruit in the fall, good for bas, One of the best evergreen groung covers.
Cotoneaster dammeri 'Coral Beauty'. Low, l' in height, glossy foliage,. Small white flowers appear in late spring and bright, orange-red fruit in the fall, good for ground cover.
Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Perpusilla'. Very prostrate form spreading to 8', small white flowers in the spring, and orage fruit in the fall.
Cotoneaster horizontalis Rock-spray cotoneaster. Sun to partial shade, low growing, spreads to 15', small white flowers in the spring very attractive to bumblebees and orange red fruit in the fall attractive to birds.
Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegata' Variegated rock-spray cotoneaster. Sun to partial shade, low growing, spreads to 15', small white flowers in the spring very attractive to bumblebees and orange-red fruit attractive to birds.
Cotoneaster microphyllus 'Cochleatus' Little-leaved Cotoneaster. Small, dark green leaves and red fruits. Low, mounding shrub.
Cotoneaster microphyllus 'Thymifolia'. Dwarf, low growing evergreen shrub, red berries. Zone 5.
Cotoneaster salicifolius 'Repens'. sun to partial shade, semi-everreen, foliage becomes reddish purple in winter, spre,ads to 8', small white flowers appear in the late spring and bright red berries in the fall.
Crataegus sp Dwarf Form selected especially for its very dwarf form.
Crocosmia 'Emily McKenzie', medium growing upright perennial, to 2 ft., orange flowers for 6-8 weeks, beginning in August.Sun.
Crocosmia 'Lucifer'. Scarlet flowers for 6-8 weeks beginning in July, 3 ft. tall, 18 inches wide, Sun.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon'. Dwarf upright, to 12 ft., zone 5.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Compressa'. Dwarf round bun. Red winter color, 12 inches in 10 years.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans aurea'. Fluffy foliage, green in summer, yellow in winter, grows 1'/yr to 15-20'.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans' Japanese cryptomeria. Outstanding small to medium to large conifer. Graceful shape. Fine foliage turns bronze-black in the winter to form an eyecatching spectacle.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Jindai Sugi'. Semi-dwarf upright growth on this variety of Japanese cryptomeria.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Sekkan Sugi'. Upright growing form of the Japanese cryptomeria, moderate growth to 35'. Golden yellow new growth gradually turns to green, Z 5-9.
Cryptomeria japonica Knaptonensis. Semi-dwarf with fine heath-like leaves with white-flecked variegation, like some shade
Cryptomeria japonica Sekkan Sugi. Fast-growing form with an outstanding cream to golden color throughout the plant.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Spiralis'. Upright globe, mature plant 10 ft.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Tansu' Densely growing dwarf cryptomeria to 15". Can be pruned to bonsai shape. Full sun.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Tansu Sport'. Outstanding slow-growing dwarf conifer. Natural bonsai shape. Fine foliage more congested than elegans, but also turns darke in the winter to form an eyecatching spectacle. To 3' in 5-10 years. Grows well in partial shade.
Cryptomeria japonica Vilmoriniana. very dwarf, dense globe.
Cunninghamia konishii 'Little Leo'. An unusual, dwarf Chinese Fir grows a few inches per year, sun or part shade, Sunset Z4-6, 14-21.
Cunninghamia lanceolata China Fir. grows to 70', moisture-loving but grows in average soil. Very picturesque form when mature, with unusual flatened 'needles' and cones. Mistaken for Monkey Puzzle tree in youth, but doesn't get as large.
Cunninghamia lanceolata 'Glauca' Blue China Fir. Very exotic looking,, but hardy medium to large tree.
Cupressus duclouxiana .
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Donard Gold'. Golden variety of Monterey Cypress
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Fine Gold'.
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Greenstead Magnifica'.
Cyrilla racemiflora Leatherwood. Native America shrub or small tree to 20' Flowers in racimes somewhat resemble Clethra. This attractive plant is the only member of its genus.
Damnacanthus indicus 'Variegatus'. Dainty, spiny shrub with small fragrant funnel shaped flowers followed by coral-red berries. Shade, well drained.
Daphne arbuscula. Choice alpine plant covered in rose-pink flowers in spring. Evergreen. From Carpathian Mts., E. Europe, 6"x12", zone 5-8.
Daphne collina Italian Daphne. Beautiful dense shrub (18" x 18") with deep lilac-pink fragrant flowers most of the summer. Zone 6.
Daphne genkwa 'Large flowered form'
Daphne x Medfordensis 'Lawrence Crocker'. Hybrid (arbuscula x collina) Long, thick textured leaves and rich deep pink fragrant flowers, evergreen. Excellent. 12" Z6-9.
Daphne odora ' aureomarginata'.
Daphne retusa. Slow-growing dwarf, deep rose-purple, fragrant flowers in May & June and again in autumn. From W. China & the Himalayas
Davidia involucrata Dove Tree. A very rare but sophisticated tree, one of the most spectacular in flower, bears large, double-sided pseudo flowers in abundance Looking like a flock of doves landing, or like handkerchiefs, the latter gives it the alternate name "Handkerchief Tree 20-40'
Descaisnea fargesii Blue Bean. This unusal legume forms a small clumping bush or can be trained to a single trunked 'tree' to 10'. Yellow flowers give way in summer to large, outrageously-blue....bean pods. A real conversation piece.
Deschampsia caespitosa 'Northern Lights'. Unusual grass forms tufts of variegated foliage that are blushed with pink in cool weather. Blooms in July, sun or part sun, height 6-8 inches tall.
Deutzia gracilis 'Nikko'.
Deutzia gracilis Slender Deutzia. Low mound, graceful with slender ascending brances, 2-4' high by 3-4' in width, good hedge or shrub border plant
Deutzia scabra 'Variegata'. 6 ft high shrub with variegated leaves and white flowers in June and July.
Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Tiny Rubies'. Very dense, low growth on this unusual carnation. Excellent for rock garden. Elegant double rose pink flowers on 4" stems for 3 weeks in May-June. Needs sunny position.
Dierama pulcherrimum. Drooping pink bell flowers on 4' stems. Full sun, good drainage.
Diospyros lotus Japanese Persimmon.
Diospyros virginiana Common Persimmon.
Dipteronia sinensis. The only "non-maple" in the maple family. Long compound leaves and fruits hang in red clusters. Rarely seen in cultivation and hence no common name. showy clusters of red seeds, leaves turn yellow in fall. Slow growing to 40'
Dirca palustris Leatherwood. 5 ' tall, nice for its small yellow flowers in early spring which cast a golden haze to the Eastern US native.
Disanthus cercidifolius. One of the best fall colored plants Red/orange/purple on heart shaped leaves somewhat like redbud. Tiny string-petaled flowers follow leaf drop in fall. Very interesting but requiring a close look.
Dodonea vicosa purpurea. Unusual shrub with purplish leaves and seeds. From Australia.
Drimys lanceolata. Evergreen shrub to 10'. From Tasmania and Australia
Edgeworthia chrysantha. A Chinese shrub with fragrant yellow flowers in late winter. Used in Japan for the manufacture of paper for currency.
Eleagnus pungens. Silver Berry, 12 ft. high, white fragrant flowers.
Elaeagnus pungens 'Maculata'. Evergreen shrub with fragrant small flowers in autumn, leaves have a central splash of gold.
Elaeagnus x ebbingei 'Gilt Edge'. Hardy, fast-growing shrub with yellow margins on the leaves, autumn fragrant flowers, evergreen.
Embothryum coccinea Chilean Fire Tree.
Embothryum coccinea 'Lanceolata' Laceleaf Chilean Fire Tree.
Enkianthus campanulatus Redvein Enkianthus. Graceful shrub with abundant, nodding flowers, veined in red. To 6'. Spectacular fall color.
Enkianthus cernuus var rubens.
Epimedium versicolor'Sulphureaum'. Lovely yellow flowers, great ground cover in shade or part sun.
Escallonia 'Apple Blosssom' Pink Escallonia. Full sun, compact evergreen shrub, 5-6' Pink flowers appear late spring and last through the summer
Escallonia 'Red Elf'. rapid grower, red flowers
Eucalyptus archeri Alpine Cider Gum. small blue leaves on red twigs, t0 40' with flaking gray bark with white and pink patches, the hardiest eucalyptus
Eucalyptus gunnii Cider Gum. grows to 70' , small grayish leaves on silvery twips, bark mottled in green, gray and tan, one of the hardiest eucalyptus
Eucalyptus polyanathemos Silver Dollar Gum.
Eucommia ulmoides Hardy Rubber Tree. very rare novelty tree, pull a leaf apart to observe the natural rubber. Attractive growth habit, similar to American Elm, but not susceptible to Dutch Elm disease. 40-60'
Eucryphia glutinosa. 10 ' deciduous tree from Chile, beautiful when it is covered with white blooms in late summer
Eucryphia lucida 'Pink Cloud'. Tasmanian tree hardy to 10 degrees, small pink flowers
Eucryphia x nymansensis. narrow tree to 30' 2" white flowers in August, evergreen
Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cap'.
Euonymus alatus Burning Bush. 6-10' deciduous shrub, crimson red color in fall
Euonymus alatus 'Compacta' Dwarf Burning Bush. Dark green leaves turn brilliant
red crimson in fall, then drop to reveal a profusion of hanging red berries, moderate grower to 4-6'.
Euonymus alatus 'Monstrosa' The 'winged' euonymous. Interesting corky wings on all the branches. Makes an interesting bonsai. Slow growth to 6'
Euonymus europaeus 'Red Ace'.
Euonymus europaeus Spindle Tree. Deciduous shrub to 20', bright pink fruit in fall and purplish red fall color, hardy
Euonymus fortunei 'Coloratus' Purple-Leaf Winter Creeper. Evergreen ground cover, deep green leaves turn dark purple in winter, ground cover with a spread of 4-6'
Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'. evergreen, deep green, edged with white becoming pink tinged in winter, dense branching habit
Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n Gold'. Evergreen, deep green edged with bright golden margin, tinged with pink in winter. Low-growing ground cover to 18", tight branching habit, sun to partial shade.
Euonymus fortunei 'Kewensis'. Prostrate form, deep green leaves, forms low mat only several inches high
Euonymus fortunei 'Radicans'. Evergreen more upright than Gaiety, Trailing or climbing habit
Euonymus japonica 'Rykujo'. Dwarf Japanese Euonymous. Dwarf and slow growing. Eventually forming an small impressive specimen. Shade or filtered sun.
Euonymus japonica 'Aureo-marginata'. Dark green leaves that have golden yellow edges, grows upright to 8' with a 6' spread. Great accent plant in the landscape
Euonymus japonica 'Green Spire'. Columnar
Euonymus japonica 'Harlequin'.
Euonymus koreana 'Ben Komasaki'.
Euonymus nana turkestanica. Evergreen leaves, colorful fruits, tolerates dry soil.
Euonymus occidentalis Western Wahoo. west coast native small tree to 15', pink fruit
Euphorbia griffithii 'Fireglow'. Bright orange-red bracts on the flower heads, 4 ft. high.
Euscaphis japonica Sweetheart Tree. Glossy leaves and pink-red friut capsules which split to reveal shiny black seeds
Fagus crenata Japanese Beech. small leaves and light colored bark
Fagus sylavatica Tricolor Beech. Leaves have cream and pink borders surrounding the purple centers,
Fagus sylvatica 'Ansorgi'. Curious lanceolate, twisted purple leaves on this rare, slow growing beech.
Fagus sylvatica European Beech. Slow to medium growth, in 10 years, 12' 50' at maturity, Excellent as a specimen tree, as a hedge, or as a bonsai
Fagus sylvatica 'Fastigiata'. Columnar Beech. Narrow upright tree to 40' Dark green leaves turn copper in fall
Fagus sylvatica 'Laciniata'. Dark green serrated leaf foliage, to 40'
Fagus sylvatica 'Pendula'. Weeping Green Beech. Spreading form with weeping branches that grow to the ground, dark green leaves turn copper in fall
Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea'. Purple European Beech. 60-90'
Fagus sylvatica 'Riversii'. Rivers Purple Beech. young foliage is redd and turns deep purple, dense compact habit to 60' tall, excellent specimen tree
Fagus sylvatice 'Rohanii' Rohani Beech. purple leaves are curled and slightly fluted at the edges--very attractived.
Fagus sylvatica 'Rowan Gold'.
Fargesia nitida, Fountain Bamboo, 12 ft. tall, slow growing, clumping purple tinted , zones 7-10.
Firmiana simplex Chinese Parasol Tree. A uncommon tree with very large leaves but medium growth, forming a distinctive specimen in a smaller garden.
Fokienia hodginsii. An unusual, monotypic, distant relative of our Western Red Cedar. Looks somewhat similar, although the details of the sprays are different and it doesn't get as large. Quite rare in cultivation, not even listed in Hortus.
Forsythia viridissima Bronxensis.
Forsythia x intermedia 'Variegata'. Profusion of yellow flowers in early spring on this medium sized 4-6' shrub. Creamy variegated foliage.
Fothergilla gardenii 'Blue Mist'. Striking pale blue leaves on a small shrub to 6'. Honey scented white flowers droop from branch ends in spring. Sun or part shade.
Fothergilla gardenii 'Mount Airy'. 3-5 ft. shrub with deep green foliage, profuse white flower spikes, vibrnt orange-red fall color.
Fothergilla gardenii. Fragrant yellow flowers in spring on a small shrub to 4'. Outstanding brilliant yellow/orange/scarlet fall color.
Franklinia alatamaha. A rare and remarkable small tree, last seen growing in the wild in Georgia in 1803, brilliant red fall color, large white flowers in late summer.
Fraxinus latifolia Oregon Ash. Outstanding Oregon native. Very tolerant of saturated soils, even inundation during the winter, but grows well on drier sites as well. Seeds favored by Evening Grosbeaks.
Fraxinus quadrangulata Blue Ash.
Fremontodendron californicum Flannel Bush or Fremontia. large evergreen shrub with fuzzy gray green leaves and bright yellow flowers for a long time needs
Fuchsia Bagdad. Hardy fuchsia blooming in late summer, early fall.
Fuchsia 'Chillerton Beauty'. Hardy fuchsia , grow in sun to part shade.
Fuchsia magellanica 'Sharptons'.
Fuchsia magellanica 'Sharptons'.
Fuchsia magellanica variegata. Hardy fuchsia, flowers attract hummingbirds.
Fuchsia Pat's Dream. Hardy Fuchsia,, 3x3 ft/, partial shade, blooms all summer until frost.
Fuchsia magellanica 'Riccartonii' Ladies' Eardrops. Hardy Fuchsia, 3 ft. x 3-4 ft. wide, partial shade to shade blooms all summer until frost.
Fuchsia Ton Thumb. Dwarf hardy fuchsia, 2-3 ft. tall, partial shade to shade, blooms all summer until frost.
Fuchsia procumbens. Colorful flowers and pink edible fruit on this sprawling ground cover.
Fuchsia Little Giant.x
Garrya elliptica Coast Silktassel. evergreen shrub of Oregon and Calif, wavy-edged 2-3" leaves, long hanging flower tassels in winter, very showy, to 12'
Garrya elliptica 'Evie'.Coast Silktassel, evergreen shrub of Oregon and Calif, a male selection with long catkins.
Garrya elliptica 'James Roof'. Vigorous male selection with large, leathery leaves and extra long catkins.
Garrya fremontia Mountain Silktassel Bush. All the silktassels are rare in the NW, but the coast silk-tassel is sometimes seen. This one is native to the Sierra Nevada and should be hardier.
Garrya x issaquahensis. very vigorous hybrid of G. elliptica and G. fremontii
Gaultheria nummularioides var. minor. Creeping Himalayan species. fruits blue-black, shade.
Gaultheria procumbens, Wintergreen. Glossy green groundcover, covered with white flowers and then red fruits, eastern U.S. native in woodland, all plant parts taste like wintergreen.
Geranium x cantabrigense. Ground cover for sun or partial shade. Covered with pink flowers in spring.
Gingko biloba seedling. Upright columnar tree with yellow fall color and furrowed gray bark. Excellent for bonsai or for growing in containers, zones 5-9.
Gingko biloba 'Autumn Gold'. Male selection with beautiful golden yellow fall color.
Gingko biloba 'Chi-Chi'Ginkgo. The famous Japanese cutivar with curious trunk protuberances in age. Favored for bonsai.
Gingko biloba 'Elmwood'.
Gingko biloba 'Fairmont' Ginkgo.
Gingko biloba 'Jade Butterflies'. Semidwarf Ginkgo with dense growth and attractive leaves.
Gingko biloba 'Magyar'.
Gingko biloba 'Mayfield'. Grafted male ginkgo. The most narrow form. Golden fall color.
Gingko biloba 'Pendula Rowe'.
Gingko biloba 'Pendula'.
Gingko biloba 'Shangra-la'.
Ginkgo biloba Maidenhair Tree. Known only from fossils until discovered in China. Pest free, it outlived all it's enemies. Easy to grow in container or as bonsai.
Ginkgo biloba Princeton Sentry. Narrow, columnar tree excellent for a parking strip or between closely-set houses. Male.
Ginkgo biloba Saratoga. Long, three fingered leaves droop down along the branches giving this variety a unique look. Male
Ginkgo biloba Tubiformis. Very unusual leaves form narrow, upward-facing funnels when they unfurl in spring. These waxy 'tubes' hold water drops in light rains for an outstanding display. Would make an outstanding bonsai.
Gleditsia triacanthos 'Emerald Kascade'.
Glyptostrobus lineatus Chinese Water Pine. Deciduous, 3/4" long cones. Asian counterpart of American Bald Cypress. Will grow in standing water or in average soil.
Gordonia lasinthos Loblolly Bay.
Halesia carolina Carolina Silverbell. Similar to the Japanese Snowbell tree, this american native has a multitide of drooping, bell-like flowers in spring, followed by interesting drooping seed capsules. Small tree or large shrub.
Halesia diptera 'Magniflora'.
Halesia monticola. Mountain Snowbell.
Halimiocistus sahucii. Dwarf spreading shrub with thin leaves and white flowers from May to September.
Halimium lasianthum. A low spreading shrub with greyish leaves and yellow flowers in May.
Halimium umbellatum.Dwarf plant with white flowers in June.
Hamamelis 'Diane'. Red flowers in late winter. Orange to red to purple fall color
Hamamelis 'Fire Charm'. Beautiful red flowers that change to Orange in January and February.
Hamamelis intermedia 'Arnold's Promise'. Gray-green foliage turns to brilliant orange in fall. The plant is densely covered with primrose yellow flowers in February when few plants are in bloom. One of the most vibrant witch hazels. 6-8'
Hamamelis 'Jelena'. Coppery orange flowers in late winter.
Hamamelis 'Pallida'. Masses of bright yellow flowers in January.
Hamamelis 'Primavera'. Bright yellow, sweetly-scented flowers in late winter.
Hamamelis vernalis Vernal Witch Hazel. Orange-yellow blooms in early spring before the leaves. To 15' Excellent fall color.
Hamamelis virginiana Virginia Witchhazel. 10-15', large open shrub, moist soil, aromatic yellow flowers in late fall whereas most of the 'named' hamemelis bloom in winter to spring. Yellow fall color.
Hamemelis 'Ruby Glow'. Red flowers in spring
Hammamelis 'February Gold'.
Hebe 'Amy'. Small, rounded shrub of compact, upright habit. Violet-purple flowers in summer. Leaves are purplish when young.
Hebe 'Broughton Dome'. Dense habit, very compact, rounded bush
Hebe 'Caledonia'. Dwarf, compact shrub with red-tinted young leaves and spikes of violet flowers from late spring to early fall.
Hebe speciosa variagata
Hebe x andersonii varigata. Summer flowers
Hedera Heart-leaved Ivy. Forms a slow-growing mound. Can be trained as a vine or shaped for bonsai.
Hedera helix conglomerata.
Hedera helix Jeanette.
Holboellia coriacea. Evergreen climber with mauve male flowers and purple tinged female flowers producing sausage-shaped purple fruits.
Holodiscus discolor Ocean Spray. native deciduous shruab to 10', creamy white flowers hang in plumes in summer, likes dry, sunny spot
Hovenia dulcis Raisin Tree. Deciduous tree with shiny, rounded leaves and fruit with plump, red, edible, raisin like stalks, 15-25'
Hydrangea anomala anomala. A climbing hydrangea with larger flowers than petiolaris, from China, red and orange fall colors.
Hydrangea anomala petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea. Light sun to part shade, Flowers for a long time with white clusters, sprawling vine supported by aerial roots, Nice vine for posts and fences, and for growing up trees. Excellent on north side of a house or fence.
Hydrangea aspera 'Macrophylla'. A large leafed species covered in June and July with heads of pale porcelain-blue flowers with a ring of lilac-pink or white ray florets.
Hydrangea macrophylla var. serrata 'Beni Gaku'.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' Pee Gee Hydrangea. Sun to partial shade, long green leaves turn bronze in fall, Large shrub to 15 ', upright clusters of white flowers, Nice in masses and also great in containers
Hydrangea quercifolia Oakleaf Hydrangea. Large, attractive leaves, tall clusters of paper white flowers, outstanding red fall color. Native to the southeast, to 6'
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snow Queen'. Attractive bark, burgundy colored leaves in fall, spectacular white flower heads in summer, compact shrub 4-6 ft.
Idesia polycarpa Iigiri Tree. Striking white bark and abundant berries on female trees.
Ilex aquifolium 'Augustifolia'.
Ilex aquifolium 'Crispa'.
Ilex aquifolium 'Golden Milk Boy'. This variety has a golden center to the leaves. Foliage attractive in wreaths.
Ilex aquifolium 'Hedgehog'. The Hedgehog holly is unusual with spines not only on the edges, but from the central part of the leaf as well. Forms an impenetrable hedge, or can be trained to a rugged bonsai
Ilex aquifolium 'Rubicaulis Aurea'
Ilex aquifolium 'Variegata' Variegated English Holly. Evergreen, yellow variegated leaves, slow grower to 40'
Ilex crenata 'Dwarf Pagoda'.
Ilex crenata 'Green Dragon'.
Ilex crenata 'Helleri'. An attractive, dwarf, small-leaved form, a low, dense shrub. Female.
Ilex crenata Japanese Holly. 4-6' tall, prunes well for hedging
Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Evergreen selection of the Japanese holly, compact, low growing female with golden yellow leaves, black berries, full sun, Zones 5-7, 3 ft. tall.
Ilex crenata 'Mariesii'. compact hedge, small rounded leaves,
Ilex crenata 'Sky Pencil'.
Ilex crenata 'Sky Sentry'.
Ilex cytura .
Ilex decidua 'Warren's Red' Possum Haw. 7-15', rich glossy, green leaves in summer, yellow in fall, bright red fall fruit is conspicuous after leaf fall, great for Christmas decorations.Zone 4-9
Ilex Edward Goucher.
Ilex pedunculosa. Native american holly with non-thorny leaves and unusual, attractive berries which hang on long stalks like small cherries.
Ilex 'Rock Garden'. Slow grower to 14 in. Ideal for rock gardens, needs good drainage.
Ilex verticillata. Winterberry. Deciduous shrub to 6 ft. Persistent red fruits.
Ilex verticillate Red Sprite. Dwarf female deciduous holly, 2-4 ft. high, abundant large, bright red fruit, zones 5-8.
Ilex vomitoria 'Shillings' dwarf. compact form of Ilex vomitoria.
Ilex x merserveae 'Blue Girl Holly. Sun to partial shade, Glossy blue-green foliage on purple stems, Female plants produce red berries if male holly nearby, dense & bushy.
Illicium floridanum 'Coosa Red'. this selection has red flowers as one would expect, but its form is very compact, Zone 7-9.
Illicium floridanum Pink. from the Florida Panhandle with nice dark pink flowers. Zone 7-9.
Illicium floridanum White. excellent selection from the
Illicium parviflorum Yellow Anise Tree. 8-10', beautiful for mass plantings, olive-green leaves and small yellow spring flowers make this a desirable garden shrub.
Indigofera kirilowii. 3 ft. deciduous shrub with pink pea-like flowers in summer.
Itea chinensis.Itea yunnanensis. Erect, evergreen shrub 10-15 ft., small white flowers produced in pendent, catkin-like racemes, 7 inches long, late summer and early autumn. Zones 7-9.
Itea ilicifolia, Hollyleaf sweetspire. Erect, evergreen shrub with arching shoots and white flowers in catkin-like racemes to 12 inches from midsummer to early fall, zones 7-9.
Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'. 4-8' deciduous shrub with graceful arching branches, white summer flowers, foliage opens reddish, then goes red and purple again in fall
Itea virginica 'Little Henry'. 2-3ft. brilliant fall colors, fragrant blooms.
Juncus effusus. Native wetland plant.
Juniperus chinensis Aurea.
Juniperus chinensis 'Blue Point'. Blue-gray foliage with dense branches,
Juniperus chinensis 'Heitzii Glauca'. Frosty blue foliage, rapid growing,m 5-7' tall
Juniperus chinensis 'Shimpaku' Chinese Juniper. Fairly fast growth which can be pruned to be very dense and uniform. A favorite for bonsai. Grows well in a pot.
Juniperus communis 'Berkshire'. Excellent dwarf for the trough or rock garden, almost cushion-like; from Arnold Arboretum
Juniperus communis 'Effusa' Effusa Juniper. Low ground cover with rich green color on the lower needle surface, silvery band above. Grows 9-12 in high by 4-6' wide. Uncommonly seen plant, quite different from most junipers.
Juniperus communis 'Gold Cone'. Spectacular golden color on new spring growth. Grows in a narrow, round column at 6-12" per year. Best in full sun.
Juniperus communis 'Golden Schnapps'. Upright habit to 8 ft., slow grower, bright yellow foliage.
Juniperus communis 'Oblonga Pendula' Prize form since 1898. 10-15' with graceful, pendulous branches. Z7
Juniperus communis 'Pencil Point'
Juniperus communis 'Suica Nana'. Narrow upright slow grower.
Juniperus Conferta 'Silver Mist'.
Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'. Another plant very good for bonsai, but it's tight growth is attractive in many situations.
Juniperus sabina variegata.
Juniperus scopulorum 'Moonglow'.
Juniperus virginiana 'Skyrocket'.A Rocket Mountain Juniper with an extremely narrow columnar habit.
Juniperus scopulorum 'Sparkling Skyrocket'. Blue foliage, lightly variegated, narrow columnar growth.x
Juniperus squamata 'Blue Alps'.
Juniperus squamata 'Chinese Silver'. Central leader should be staked up, branches will be pendulous, silvery leaves, Zone 4
Juniperus squamata 'Loderi'. Dense branches on this upright columnal juniper with nodding tips and blue-green foliage. 3-5'.
Juniperus virginiana Pencil Cedar. native eastern tree to 75', densely pyramidal, wood used in cedar chests.
Juniperus x Media .Aureovariegata'.
Juniperus x Media 'Daub's Frosted'. Striking golden foliage on a prostrate form.
Kalmiopsis leachiana. Native shrub from the mountains of southwest Oregon, lft. tall, rose pink flowers in early spring, sometimes reblooms
Kerria japonica Kerria. Deciduous shrub to 6'. Arching stems covered with yellow flowers for a long time. Blooms well in shade. Green canes provide winter accent.
Kerria japonica 'Picta'. Deciduous shrub with arching stems, variegated green and white leaves, golden yellow flowers, grows in sun or partial shade.
Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora'. Arching stems to 6' covered with double yellow flowers, blooming a long time. Blooms well in the shade. Green canes provide winter accent.
Koelreuteria paniculata Goldenrain Tree. small deciduous tree to 15 ft. with yellow hanging clusters of flowers, showy seed pods, drought hardy
Kolkwitzia amabilis Beauty Bush. 10', graceful arching branches with clusters of pale pink flowers in June, red autumn color, sun or part shade
Laburnum anagyroids Golden Rain Tree. small tree flowering in late May or early June
Lagerstroemia ind. x. fau. 'Natchez'
Lagerstroemia indica 'Caroline Beauty'. Shrub or small tree with pink flowers in summer and autumn.
Lagerstroemia indica 'Tuscarora'. A fast growing tree with dark coral-pink flowers.
Lagerstroemia (indica x faurier) 'Chickasaw' Miniature Crepemyrtle, Zone 6, Deciduous, 20" x 26", Pinkish lavender flowers, full sun.
Lagerstroemia ind. x. fau. 'Tusca.'
Larix decidua 'Girards Dwarf'.
Larix decidua 'Pendula' Weeping Larch. Stake to desired height or cascade over a wall or bank. Soft green spring foliage, golden-yellow fall color, attractive cones, deciduous.
Larix gmelinii olgensis Olga Bay Larch. Picturesque, wide spreading, gnarled branches. Unusual, fast growing larch to 90' on well drained soil.
Larix kaempferi (or L. leptolepsis) Japanese Larch. Medium growth rate to 60', soft green needles in early spring, wonderful yellow color in the fall before the needles drop. Can be kept to any size in a container. Popular for bonsai.
Larix kaempferi 'Blue Rabbit'. Very blue selection of the Japanese Larch.
Larix kaempheri 'Diane'. Irregular growth form.
Larix laracina '#17 dwarf'. A dwarf selection of the eastern Larch or Tamarack. From a witches broom.
Larix laricina 'Craftsbury Flats'. Dwarf larch
Larix laricina 'Newport Beauty'. Dwarf globular form.
Larix x eurolepis 'Varied Directions'. The limbs have a hard time deciding which way to grow.
Laurentia fluvitilis Blue Star Creeper. 2" tall dense groundcover, covered with blue 'stars' in spring.
Laurus nobilis Grecian Bay. leaves are used for cooking, nice evergreen shrub or tree to 40'
Ledum groenlandicum Labrador Tea. Native across northern North America. Grows well in cool, moist, wet areas. Early Americans used as a tea substitute.
Leitneria floridana Florida Corkwood. 6-12', uncommon in cultivation, unheard of in the NW
Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Rainbow'. Evergreen shrub to 3'. Pendulous white flowers. Red, yellow and green variegation on the leaves. Part shade
Leucothoe fontanesiana. Evergreen shrub to 4' arching branches, white flowers, good in shade
Lindera benzoin Spice Bush. native to eastern U.s. good yellow fall color
Lindera obtusiloba Japanese Spicebush. Beautiful large shrub or small tree, depending upon how it is pruned. Perhaps the best shrub for yellow fall color, even in partial shade. 10-20'
Liquidambar formosana Formosan Sweet gum. leaves are purple, lilac and wine in late fall to 40'
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Burgundy'.
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Festival'.
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Golden Treasure'.
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Palo Alto'.
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Rotundiloba'. Lobes of leaves are rounded rather than sharp. Purple fall foliage and tree does not form seed balls
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worpleston'.
Liriodendron tulipifera Tulip Tree. Forest giant of the eastern US. Bears large, showy tulip-like flowers, but most appreciated for its singular leaf shape. Best planted by a second floor window or deck so the flowers may be appreciated close at hand.
Lithocarpus densifolia Tanbark Oak Native. SW Oregon to California. Densely foliated oak relative, bearing similar acorns appreciated by wildlife. 40- 60'
Litsea aestivalis Pond-spice. 12-15' shrub, birds are attracted to red summer fruit, adapts well to flooded areas, but thrives on upland sites as well, yellow spring flowers curly, twisty twigs
Lonicera involucrata Twinberry. Large shrub to 15' with dark purple berries in pairs. Relished by birds, this Oregon native should be more widelyh planted.
Lonicera japonica 'Aureo Reticulata'. Small yellow-veined leaves on this climbing vine with fragrant flowers. Sun or shade. More flowers with more sun.
Lonicera nitida 'Maigrin'. Nice compact shrub, 2-3 ft., sun or shade.
Lonicera nitida Graceful shrub to 6' high and wide. Sun or partial shade.
Lonicera nitida 'Baggeson's Gold'. Shrub 4-6' high and wide, can be pruned smaller Striking yellow foliage can turn purple in winter in full sun, but grows fine in shade. Good for bonsai Sunset Z4-9,14-24.
Lonicera nitida 'Silver Beauty'
Lonicera standishii. Very fragrant white flowers in Jan. and Feb. Large shrub to 10'. Should attract Anna's Hummingbirds when they need it most.
Lonicera tatarica Tatarian Honeysuckle. multi-stemmed shrub with arching branches, pink flowers in May and June, Red Berries, vigorous to 10' in height with a 10' spread
Lonicera xylosteoides cv, 'Clavey's Dwarf'. Slow growing, rounded shrub to 3 ft., white flowers.
Loropetalum chinense 'Sizzling Pink'. Bright purple leaves and sizzling pink flowers make this a striking shrub in all seasons. Eventually to 3' high and wide. Survived 14 deg. here, Sunset Z4-5?,6-9,14-24
Luma apiculata. Evergreen shrub to 6-8 ft., full sun, white flowers, can grow in the northwest with some protection when young. Good subject for pot culture.
Maackia amurense Amur Maackia. 20-40' late summer flowers, shiny rich brown bark, peels with naturity
Maclura pomifera Osage Orange. Small, dense tree bearing fierce thorns and large, inedible, orange-like fruits, makes an impenetrable hedge
Magnolia x 'Jon Jon'. Fast growing magnolia with large flowers.
Magnolia acuminata Cucumbertree.
Magnolia biondii. 55' tall, fragrant white flowers
Magnolia denudata Yulan Magnolia.
Magnolia kobus Kobus Magnolia.
Magnolia kobus var. stellata 'Rosea'.
Magnolia kobus var. stellata 'Waterlily'.
Magnolia leuca WhiteBark Magnolia.
Magnolia officinalis. bark has medicinal qualities
Magnolia Sieboldii. Spectacular flowers borne for more than a month at an early age. White petals with magenta stamems. 10-25 feet. Best in moist soil, full sun or partial shade
Magnolia sprengeri 'Diva'.
Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'. 10' tall, White, fragrant flowers bloom in the spring before the leaves show
Magnolia tripetala Umbrella Magnolia. Very large leaves useful for umbrellas!
Magnolia virginiana Swamp Magnolia. Sweet Bay Evergreen magnolia, not too large, flowers throughout the summer, does well in but doesn't require swampy ground. Evergreen.
Mahonia aquifolium Oregon Grape. Sun to partial shade, evergreen, glowwy green leaves turn purplish bronze in winter, to3-6' fragramt yellow blooms in spring, dark blue berries
Mahonia bealei Leatherleaf Mahonia. China native grows to 10' fragrant flowers Hardy to -10 degrees
Mahonia nervosa Cascades Mahonia. 1-2' tall native to the Pacific Northwest, blue fruits, deep green, narrow leaves
Mahonia repens Creeping Mahonia. Evergreen, blue green leaves turn purplish bronze in winter, 3' tall, useful as a gound cover, erosion control
Mahonia x media "Charity". Superb, medium sized shrub with fragrant deep yellow flowers in large terminal clusters during autumn and early winter
Mahonia x media "Arthur Menzies". Lemon-yellow flowers in upright racemes 10 inches long in late autumn and early winter, 12 ft.
Malus hupenensis Tea Crab Apple. 15-20' small flowering tree with deep pink buds, pink fragrant flowers in early May, Fruit greenish-yellow with a little red
Malus x micromalus Midget Crabapple. Small tree with clear pink flowers, fruit red or yellow.
Malus Strawberry Parfait, Strawberry Parfait Crabapple.x
Malus toringoides Toringo Crab. Tree to 25' with lobed leaves and long-lasting yellow and red fruit
Mazus reptens 'Albus'.Low-growing mat, covered with tiny white flowers for months. Use to overplant bulbs, fill crevices or plant between stepping stones.Z 4-9, full sun to part shade.
Melia azedarach Chinaberry.
Mentha requienii Corsican Mint. groundcover, minty smell.
Metasequoia glypstroboides Dawn Redwood. Legendary conifer, known only from fossil remains until rediscovered by western world in China. Related to Coast Redwood but deciduous. Flaky bark, fluted trunk with age. Fast growing but not massive like CA redwoods.
Microbiota decussata. Hardy, juniper-like plant from Siberia. Forms a dense shrub 1' high. Can grow in shade, green in summer, bronze in winter.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus' Maiden Grass. Hardy 7 ft. grass with fine texture, graceful habit, blooms copper-red in late Sept. Golden fall color. Sun.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio'. Compact silver-gray grass to 2 ft. Flowers emerge pink, turn to white in Sept., Sun.
Morus bombycis 'Unryu'.
Myretrus communis Common Myrtle. Evergreen shrub with fragrant white flowers and small glossy aromatic leaves
Myrica pennsylvanica Wax myrtle. This coastal shrub is capable of growing to small tree size (12'). It provides berries in abundance, whose thin waxy coating were boiled away for candle wax. An excellent wildlife shrub. Male & female plants necessary for berries.
Myrica pumila Dwarf Waxmyrtle. 2-3', a dwarf form of M.
Nandina domestica Heavenly Bamboo. 6-8' Beautiful in all seasons: flowers, fruit, fall color.
Nandina domestica 'Umpqua Chief' Heavenly Bamboo. Medium sized shrub, 5-6'. Good fall color, flowers, fruit.
Nandina domestica 'Umpqua Warrior' Heavenly Bamboo. Tallest and fastest growing of the Nandina's. 6-8' Large flowers and fruit, good fall color. Grafted plants.
Nothofagus antarctica Arctic Beech. Tiny leaves, outstanding white lenticels on the bark
Nothofagus dombeyii. Evergreen to 60' casts dappled shade
Nyssa sinensis Chinese Tupelo. Seldom-seen Chinese relative of our Tupelo. Leaves with inconspicuous but distinctive points. Equally spectacular fall color. 30-50'
Nyssa sylvatica Black Tupelo. Native of the SE US, this medium sized tree develops spectacular fall color. 30-50' Grows in wet soils
Oemleria cerasiformis Oso Berry. large deciduous shrub of the Northwest woodland, flowers in Feb, with pendant white flowers, the leaves and berries taste like cucumber and are attractive to birds.
Ophiopogon planiscaphus 'Nigrescens' Black Mondo Grass. Makes a slow growing clump with lilac summer flowers followed by black berries in fall. Sun or part shade.
Ophiopogon japonicus 'nana'. Dwarf grass for moist soil in sun or part shade.
Origanum aurea. Golden Oregano. Sun, good for border, useful herb.
Osmanthus delavayi. Evergreen shrub, shiny leaves and small white spring flowers, to 4'. Fragrant.
Osmanthus heterophyllus Goshiki. Compact plant with variegated leaves.
Osmanthus heterophyllus Holly osmanthus. Fragrant flowers September-October. Forms a dense evergreen shrub. Sun or partial shade. Excellent bonsai.
Osmanthus x burkwoodii Osmarea. elegant evergreen shrub to 8', small dark green leaves and fragrant, white flowers in spring.
Ostyra japonica Hop Hornbeam. Close relative of carpinus, this has flaking bark, attactive leaves and interesting catkins which hang through the winter like small lanterns 25-40'
Oxydendron arboreum Sourwood. SE US native, like a giant Pieris, but with excellent fall color, often at the same time as it flowers in late summer. 25-30' Moist soil
Pachystima canbyi Oregon Box. An excellent oregon native. Slow growing attractive plant for partial shade.
Parrotia persica pendula. Weeping version of the persian witch hazel
Parrotia persica Persian Witch Hazel. Not a true witchhazel, but a relative with similar winter flowers and sharing that family's excellent fall color. This small tree's strongest attraction is the wonderful flaking bark and fall color. Grows well in a pot.
Parrotia persica 'Select'. Red edges to the new leaves in spring.
Parrotiopsis jaquemontiana. Unusual evergreen shrub from the Himalayas. Clusters of 1" flowers surrounded by white bracts in April and May. 10-15'.
Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia Creeper. Deciduous climber, very good fall colors.
Paulownia tomentosa Empress Tree. Large tree, very fast grower with tall spikes of lilac-blue sweet scented flowers before the foot-wide leaves
Paxistima canbyi Mountain-lover. low evergreen shrub, grows in shade or sun.
Paxistima myrsinites Oregon Box. native evergreen shrub of dry forests, 2-4' tall
Pelargonium acerifolium Citronella Scented Geranium. Very fine, lacy foliage with upright habit, lilac to pink flowers, sun to part shade
Pelargonium 'Charity' Golden Scented Geranium. Pink flowers on 2' plants, upright habit
Pelargonium 'Filbert'. Upright habit, limey green, lacey, nicely scented foliage, scarlet flowers
Pelargonium 'Golden Rose' Golden Rose Scented Geranium. Mounding habit, nice foliage, pink flowers
Pelargonium graveolens 'Silver Rose'. Silver Rose Scented Geranium. upright habit, silvery and white, Pale pink flowers
Pelargonium 'Madame Noonin' Scented Geranium. Upright habit, pink flowers, nicely fragranced
Pelargonium Nervosum, Lime Scented Geranium. Bushy habit, rounded, bright green leaves, large lavender flowers, sun to part shade
Pelargonium 'Orange' Orange Scented Geranium. Large round leaves, upright habit, pink flowers, sun to part shade
Pelargonium 'Prince of Orange' Prince or Orange Scented Geranium. Upright habit, delicate leaves, pink flowers, sun to part shade
Pelargonium scarborvioe Strawberry Scented Geranium. Small, round, ruffled leaves in mounding habit, lavender to pink flowers
Pelargonium x citrosum 'Van Leenii' Citrosa Scented Geranium. Citronella producing plant that is said to repel insects, upright habit, attractive plant
Pernettya mucronata Mucronata. evergreen shrub with small shiny leaves on red steme berries in shades iof lilac, pink, cranberry and white, both sexes needed for fruit
Pernettya mucronata 'Alba". Evergreen, great for mass ground cover, berries, white with a faint pink tinge, while tolerant of shade, will fruit best in full sun.x
Persea yunnanensis. 40' tree with narraw aromatic evergreen leaves, blue fruit from China,
Philadelphus lewisii Mock Orange. White fragrant blooms in June and July, medium to large-sized shrub
Philadelphus x virginalis 'Minnesota Snowflake'. Minnesota Snowflake Philadelphus. Grows to 8 ', wwwhite, double flowers
Phygelius capensis. Shrubby perennial with showy tubular flowers in shades of red, hanging on tall spikes. Flowers attract hummingbirds in late summer.
Phygelius 'Sunshine'. Bright gold leaves, pink flowers.
Physocarpus capitatus Dart's Gold Western Ninebark. native shrub to 8' Beautiful exfoliating bark and bright golden leaves. Will grow in wet to average soil, to 10'
Physocarpus capitatus Western Ninebark. native shrub to 8' Beautiful exfoliating bark. Will grow in wet to average soil.
Picea abies 'Acrocona'. Many colorful, large cones on the tips of the branches. Bears cones even when quite small.
Picea abies diffusa. Low spreading dwarf mounc, grows 4 inches/year.
Picea abies 'Elegantissima'. Spring shoots are golden-yellow , through the summer they retain a cream color
Picea abies 'Gold Dust'.
Picea abies 'Humphrey's Gem'. Excellent addition to the rock garden, trough, or as a mame bonsai plant.
Picea abies 'Kellerman's Blue'. Very blue, dwarf form of the Norway spruce; 3"/yr.
Picea abies 'Little Gem'. Compact form of Nidiformis, great for the rock garden or trough.
Picea abies 'Mucronata'. Reaches 3' in height, dense, rounded in youth, growing into broad pyramid with age
Picea abies 'Nidiformis' Nest Spruce. dark green, short needled foliage, 3' high and 6' wide
Picea abies Norway Spruce. Fast growing to 40' Christmas tree, windbreak, or specimen tree Extremely hardy and wind resistant
Picea abies 'Pendula' Weeping Norway Spruce. Stake to desired height, weeping branches , can be traned against a wall
Picea abies 'Pumila'. Dark green, short needled foliage, dwarf form, slow growing to 3-4'
Picea abies 'Pyramidalis Nana' Dwarf Pyramidal Norway Spruce. Very slow growing with a conical shape
Picea bicolor 'Howell's Dwarf'.
Picea brewerana. Brewer's Weeping Spruce. Small to medium-sized beautiful and one of the most popular of ornamental conifers with drooping branches. Outstanding native to SW Oregon's Siskiyous.
Picea chihuahuana. Rare in cultivation, this Mexican native is hardy in the NW.
Picea engelmannii 'Bravo'.
Picea engelmannii 'Compacta'.
Picea engelmannii Engelman Spruce. 150' light bluish needles and dense pyramidal form
Picea engelmannii 'Snake'.
Picea engelmannii 'Vanderwolf's Blue'.
Picea glauca 'Conica' Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Very slow, dense growth, conical, shape, can be pruned into a spiral, topiary or a poodle shape
Picea glauca 'Golden Form'.
Picea glauca 'Morton Arboretum Weeping'.
Picea glauca 'Pendula'.
Picea glauca 'Rainbow's End'. Yellow green foliage with new tips gold
Picea glauca 'Sander's Fastigiate'. 2 ft., slender, miniature alberta spruce, zone 4.
Picea glauca 'Saunder's Blue'. cone shape with blue foliage
Picea glauca var densa Black Hill Spruce. slow growing to 25', dark needles
Picea glauca White Spruce. 75', silver-green foliage on pendulous branches, native to northern U.S. and Canada, Tolerant of wind, wet woils
Picea glauca 'Witch's Broom.' Miniature round ball, great for rock gardens and troughs.
Picea jezoensis 'Chitosamaru'.Growth is 2 inches per year, shape is nice dwarf flat globe.
Picea koyamai Koyama Spruce. 60' Narrow pyramidal tree with light green foliage, rare Japanese spruce
Picea likiangensis purpurea. Violet purple cones
Picea likiangensis. tall tree with beautiful red cones
Picea mariana 'Aureovariegata'.Growth is 1 foot a year, blue leaves with gold on the top, upright cone shape.
Picea mariana 'Ericoides' Blue Nest Spruce. Rounded mound with short fine deep blue-green needles, very hardy
Picea mariana 'Nana' Dwarf Blue Nest Spruce. Compact form of the Blue Nest Spruce
Picea meyeri Meyer's Spruce.
Picea omorika 'Nana' Dwarf Serbian Spruce. Nice specimen plant
Picea omorika pendula Weeping Serbian Spruce. Slow growing to 50' Very adaptable, conical form with drooping branches. Interesting purple cones
Picea omorika 'Pimoko'. A nice dwarf bun with small leaves, green and silver, growth is one inch a year.
Picea orientalis 'Nana'.
Picea orientalis Oriental Spruce. Slow growth to 50' in as many years, graceful and attractive habit
Picea orientalis 'Rariflora monstrase'.
Picea orientalis 'Skylands'. Bright yellow foliage in full sun. Attractive, compact form
Picea pungens 'Bakeri' Spruce. Tall broad conical growth to 12' tall by 6' wide
Picea pungens Colorado Spruce. 30-50' tall
Picea pungens 'Gerard's Dwarf Blue'.
Picea pungens Glauca Colorado Blue Spruce. 30-50 ' tall, Blue needles
Picea pungens glauca 'Globosa' Spruce. Bright blue-white needled foliage, dense flat topped globular habit to 3' tall.
Picea pungens glauca procumbens.
Picea pungens 'Hoopsi' Hoopsii Spruce. vivid blue needles, dense and conical
Picea pungens 'Mrs Cesarini'. Small greenish blue needles on a very dwarf form
Picea pungens 'RH Montgomery' Montgomery Spruce. bright blue needles, dwarf form, slow growing, compact, broadly conical
Picea sitchensis 'Papoose'. Very dense sport of the above. Slow growing but eventually forms a thick bush 3-6' wide. Very attractive blue/white needles
Picea sitchensis 'Sugarloaf'. Dense, dwarf form of Sitka Spruce from Sugarloaf Mtn in the Siskiyous. Grows 3" per year, good sun, even moisture. Sunset Z4-6,14-17,A2-3
Picea smithiana Himalayan Spruce. Gracefully drooping branches on this hardy tree eventually to 70'. Rare in cultivation.
Picea stichensis Sitka Spruce. NW coastal native with green and blue foliage, needs moist soil, cool summers 125', Prefers moist soil and high humidity, Important timber tree in coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest
Pieris 'Forest Flame'. Dark green leaves, young growth is bright red, compact to 7' tall, white drooping clusters in early spring
Pieris japonica 'Bisbee Dwarf'. Dwarf, small leaved rounded form with insignificant flowers.
Pieris japonica 'Bonsai'. A nice dwarf variety great for pots and troughs and rock gardens.
Pieris japonica 'Brookside'.
Pieris japonica 'Brookside #276'.
Pieris japonica 'Crispa'. Attractive variety with wavy-edged leaves.
Pieris japonica 'Little Heath Green'. Dwarf, compact pieris with new pink growth, small leaves.
Pieris japonica 'Mountain Fire'. Lilly of the Valley Shrub. Dark green leaves, 7' high, brightest red new growth, white flowers, Sunset Z 2b-9,14-17.
Pieris japonica 'Prelude'. Small andromeda with dark green leaves, which first emerge pink in spring, elegant drooping clusters of pure white flowers. 2-3' SZ 2b-9,14-17
Pieris japonica 'Pygmaea'. Very dwarf and rare.
Pieris japonica 'Valley Valentine'. Andromeda with glossy green leaves; profuse, purple-red bloom in early spring. Compact growth to 6'; coastal sun, moist shade in hot areas.
Pieris japonica 'Variegata' Andromeda. Leaves have white margins, white flowers, neat habit , grows slowly to -10' Good in the shade garden, also very nice bonsai with it's shaggy bark
pieris taiwanensis 'Snowdrift'. Very heavy blooming, larger flowers than japonica.
Pinus albicaulis Dwarf".
Pinus albicaulis 'Nana'.
Pinus aristata Bristlecone Pine. Slow grower to 20' Flecks of white on the deep green needles, great for rock gardens.
Pinus armandii x lambertiana Chinese White Pine. Long, bluish needles and huge cones
Pinus balfouriana Foxtail Pine. Very slow growing to 20-50 ', Good candidate for container, bonsai or rock garden
Pinus banksiana 'Chippewa'. smallest cultivar of this Jack Pine.
Pinus banksiana Jack Pine. Slow to moderate growth to 70' Northernmost American native pine. The endangered Kirtland's Warbler nests only in Michigan Jack Pine forests.
Pinus banksiana 'Neponset'. Flat-topped, low growing Jack Pine
Pinus banksiana 'Schoodic'. Slow grower forming a mat low to the ground, short needles
Pinus banksiana 'Uncle Fogy'. Twisted branches, striking growth habit.
Pinus bungeana Lacebark Pine. Medium sized, slow growing pine with striking bark plates in variegated colors. Frequently planted around temples in the Orient. Still very rare in the NW. Probably the most distinctive of all pines once the bark develops. 30-50'
Pinus bungeana 'Rowe'.
Pinus cembra sibirica.
Pinus cembra Swiss Stone Pine. Extremely slow growing, can get to be 40' tall, but still can be used in small gardens and as container specimen
Pinus cembroides edulis Two-leaved Nut Pine. Leaves in pairs, occasionally in threes, from Arizona to Mexico.
Pinus contorta 'Chief Joseph'. Grows slowly, 3" per year, bright gold winter color and yellow-green summer color.
Pinus contorta contorta. Shore Pine. 25', dark native on the Pacific Coast from Calif. To Alaska
Pinus contorta latifolia Rocky Mountain Lodgepole Pine. 75', The one the Indieans used for Teepees.
Pinus contorta latifolia 'Taylors sunburst'. Spectacular bright yellow new growth makes this Lodgepole pine stand out in the spring. Color changes to green in summer.
Pinus contorta 'Spaan's Dwarf'. Dense, cortorted version of the Lodgepole Pine. Very dense growth-a natural bonsai. Slow growing to 4'
Pinus densiflora 'Aurea'. Long needles, medium growth rate to 15-20', less if pruned. Bright gold needles, color more intense in winter.
Pinus densiflora 'Globosa'. ball shaped with dense branches, semi-dwarf.
Pinus densiflora Japanese Red Pine. Irregular orange trunk, 30-50' Good choice for bonsai or specimen tree
Pinus densiflora 'Occulis Draconis' Dragon's Eye Pine. Striking variety of the Japanese Red Pine. Needles contain a concentric yellowish ring, forming a "dragon's eye". "Eyes" are most obvious in fall and winter. A medium sized pine to 20' w/ attractive blue cones.
Pinus densiflora 'Pendula' Weeping Japanese Red Pine. Usually staked to desired height, but can also drape across rocks or down walls. Excellent for bonsai once the needles dwarf.
Pinus densiflora 'Umbraculifera' Tanyosho Pine. Semi-dwarf, umbrella-shaped tree with soft needles and abundant, attractive cones. 6-10' in 15 years.
Pinus densiflora x nigra 'Jane Kluis'. Very unsual hybrid pine. Needles grow in flat whorls and the whole plant is flattened as well. Unique and atrractive.
Pinus edulis Pinyon Nut Pine. 50', slow growing, drought tolerant
Pinus flexilis 'Columnaris'. Narrow, columnar form. Rarely seen.
Pinus Flexilis 'Extra Blue'. The name says it all. Full sized Limber pine.
Pinus flexilis 'Glauca Reflexa'.
Pinus flexilis 'Glauca'. Nice, bright blue-colored form.
Pinus flexilis Limber Pine. Uncommon pine of the high Rockies. Grows low and controted near timberline, upright to 30-50' lower down. Branches so flexible they can be tied in 'knots' Excellent for bonsai.
Pinus flexilis 'Pendula' Weeping Limber Pine. A slow grower, becoming a large, wide-spreading, weeping tree at maturity
Pinus flexilis 'Vanderwerf Pyramid'. Medium sized pine with striking white-lined needles and compact form. Grows 6-10" per year.
Pinus gerardiana. This relative of the Lacebark Pine shares it's unique bark. Sometimes considered inferior to it's more famous relative, this pine has a unique flaky bark all it's own. Grows to 80', 9" long cones, edible nuts
Pinus griffithi Himalayan White Pine. Long needles, blue-green, 150' Very graceful form
Pinus Jeffreyi Jeffrey's Pine. Very adaptable to different growing conditions, stiff gray-green needles. This is the picturesque pine featured in Ansel Adam's photos of Yosemite National Park.
Pinus koraiensis Korean Pine. Beautiful member of the white pine family, with bluish, white-striped needles and graceful growth habit. Recommended in Plants that Merit Attention Trees.
Pinus koraiensis 'Oculus Draconis'.
Pinus koraiensis 'Silveray'. If you don't want to take your chances with a seedling, choose this variety, which shows the best characteristics of the spcies.
Pinus kwantungensis. Uncommon relative of P. parviflora, similar in most respects--a plant for the pine 'collector'
Pinus leucodermis 'Aureospicata'. 9' tall, grows slowly with yello tipped needles
Pinus leucodermis Bosnian Pine. 4" long needles, pale bark . Excellent for small gardens, growing 3-6" per peary, well suited to dry or shallow soils
Pinus leucodermis 'Compact Gem'. Very compact upright conical plant with dark green needles to 8 ft.
Pinus leucodermis 'Compacta' Heldridge Pine. Smaller form of Austrian Pine, good bluish-green color in winter , 20-30' tall. Like dry, well-drained soil.
Pinus longaeva 'Sherwood Compact'. A slow-growing, short-needled, selection of the world's oldest tree. The so-called Bristlecone Pine is well know for its white resin flecks on the needles. Closely-related Pinus longaeva doesn't show these.
Pinus mariana. Dark green needles.
Pinus monophylla Elegance. Single leaf pinon pine selected by Larry Stanley. Slow growing.
Pinus monophylla Stanely Pyramid. Single leaf pinon pine selected by Larry Stanley. Slow growing.
Pinus monticola 'Pendula'. Very rare weeping form of the Western White Pine.
Pinus monticola Western White Pine. 90' with long cones
Pinus morrisonicola 'Wilson'.
Pinus mugo 'Aurea Fastigiata'.
Pinus mugo 'Aurea'. Green in summer, yellow in winter, this forms a small clump which can be needle-pinched or sheared for dense form.
Pinus mugo 'Green Candle'. A dense, dwarf selection of the mugo pine, new growth buds (candles) are very attractive, likes strong sunlight, Sunset Z1-11,14-24, A1-3.
Pinus mugo 'Mayfair Dwarf'.
Pinus mugo 'Mitch Mini'. A dwarf, dense selection.
Pinus mugo Mugo Pine. Small, spreading shrub from the Alps and elsewhere in Europe. Widely planted in the NW where it thrives. One of the best pines for bonsai.
Pinus mugo mugo. 8-10'
Pinus mugo 'Paul's Dwarf'. Another dwarf, dense selection.
Pinus mugo 'Prostrata'. A low growing, recent selection. Not widely available as yet. Occasional upright branches should be pruned out.
Pinus mugo 'Sherwood Compact'. Dwarf, compact form, making a 2 ft. wide mound.
Pinus mugo 'Valley Cushion'. Yet another dense, low growing selection. Widely planted and very dense.
Pinus mugo 'Yellow Point'. Six inches a year on an upright spreading plant with yellow tips.
Pinus nigra 'Arnold Sentinel'. Attractive, dense, columnar form..
Pinus nigra 'Aurea'.
Pinus nigra Austrian Pine. 50-90' Very adaptable to wind, cold, smog, salt and heavy clay to sandy soils
Pinus nigra 'Black Prince'. Tight dark green upright growth, 3 inches per year.
Pinus nigra 'Globosa'. round, dense dwarf
Pinus nigra 'Hornibrookiana'.
Pinus nigra 'Obelisk'. A unique growth form, as the name implies.
Pinus nigra 'Pygmaea'. A dwarf version of this large, long-needled pine. Dwarf by comparison to the normal form.
Pinus parviflora 'Adcock's Dwarf'. Extremely short needles, a dense growth pattern, and attractive multiple candles make this a natural for bonsai, if it's natural bushy growth can be shaped by pruning and pinching.
Pinus parviflora 'Ara Kawa'. The Rough-barked, Japanese White Pine is great for bonsai. Also nice for a Japanese or alpine garden. Prune for open growth to show off the trunk.
Pinus parviflora 'Arakawa'. The Rough-bark Japanese White Pine. Outstanding bark, needles, cones. This pine has it all. Grows 6-12" per year, less if pruned. Excellent bonsai.
Pinus parviflora 'Arnold's Arboretum Dwarf'.
Pinus parviflora 'Azuma'.
Pinus parviflora 'Burk's Bonsai'. very short needles
Pinus parviflora 'Fukuzumi'. Very dwarf, slow growing in a dense bun
Pinus parviflora 'Gimborn's Ideal'. long curved needles, irregular outline,
Pinus parviflora 'Glauca Nana'. open habit, short needles, very slow growing
Pinus parviflora 'Glauca'. Curvy blue-white needles. Will become a large tree but grows well in a pot. Popular for bonsai.
Pinus parviflora 'Go Gin'. Long, twisted needles
Pinus parviflora 'Hagaromo'. Miniature Japanese White Pine, very dwarf, shaped like a bun growing 1"/year
Pinus parviflora 'Ibo Can'. Bluish needles and rough bark
Pinus parviflora Japanese White Pine. 30' short bluish needles on open branches
Pinus parviflora 'Koko-no-e'. Vigorous grower with straight, thin needles
Pinus parviflora 'Ko-Ku-Ho'.
Pinus parviflora 'Ogon Jano Me'. Perhaps the most spectacular Japanese White Pine. Bright yellow banding on the needles is strongest in full sun and in the winter. This pine makes a strong statement, visible for a great distance. Nothing subtle about this plant.
Pinus parviflora 'Ogon'. Short needles of a subtle, pale golden color, year round. Very attractive without the strong statement made by the bright yellow forms. Excellent for bonsai or becomes a 15' tree in the ground
Pinus parviflora 'Peterson'
Pinus parviflora 'Shiobara'. Nice dwarf plant for bonsai.
Pinus parviflora 'Yatasabusa'. Dense shrub with an irregular outline
Pinus ponderosa Willamette Valley strain. Should be better adapted to wet climates.
Pinus ponderosa Black Hill.
Pinus ponderosa 'The Spinx'. Very dense witches broom. Spectacular with it's long needles.
Pinus ponderosa. 5-10" long needles, grows to 100' Native to drier areas of the west.
Pinus pumila Dwarf Siberian Pine. very dwarf conifer with short blue-green floiage
Pinus serotina Pond Pine. medium-sized tree with reddish-brown
Pinus sibirica var altaica.
Pinus strobiliformis Southwestern White Pine. Grows in the high mountains of Arizona, New Mexico and neighboring states. Beautiful white-striped bluish needles and graceful growth. Rarely seen in the NW but thrives here.
Pinus strobus 'Bennett Clumpleaf'. Need to examine this one closely to separate it from Single-leafed Pinyon Pine except for the growth form. Fast growing and open in character, this novelty benefits from candle pruning.
Pinus strobus 'Brevifolia'. dwarf form of Eastern White Pine 4-6'
Pinus strobus Eastern White Pine. fast growing to 3-' Soft bluish foliuage
Pinus strobus 'Fastigiata'. Columnar White Pine. Slow growing in a columnar habit, to 70'
Pinus strobus 'Greg'. Small ball with dense foliage.
Pinus strobus 'Hillside Winter Gold'. Clear gold in winter, more green in summer. this is a full-sized Eastern White Pine which is unique and attractive.
Pinus strobus 'Horsford Dwarf' Horsford White Pine. Dwarf form of the Eastern White Pine, forms a 'Horsford' diminutive plant with only 1-2" of growth per year.
Pinus strobus 'Jericho'.
pinus strobus 'Krueger's Lilliput'.
Pinus strobus 'Merrimack'. grey-green foliage, dense bun
Pinus strobus 'Minuta'. Very short needles and a compact growth form make this an attractive plant. Not as dense as Horsford and better for bonsai.
Pinus Strobus 'Nana'. Dwarf White Pine. Small ,clumping pine with short bluish-white needles. Tends to form a dense bush unless pruned. Height, 3-7'
Pinus strobus 'Pendula'. The weeping Eastern White Pine needs staking to whatever height is desired. Then the branches and the leader will trail gracefully towards the ground.
Pinus strobus 'Pumila'. Dwarf mounding form with twisted silvery-green needles. Grows 2" per year.
Pinus strobus 'Radiata'. A medium-dwarf, flat-topped variety of the Eastern White Pine. 4-6' in 15 years.
Pinus strobus 'Sea Urchin'. Very dwarf with bluish needles
Pinus strobus 'Soft Touch'. short needles and dense with a slight twist, hard to resist touching this plant
Pinus strobus 'Torulosa'. Torulosa White Pine. Medium sized pine with unusual twisted whitish blue needles
Pinus strobus 'Uconn'. A slow-growing, compact selection from the University of Connecticut. Excellent for container or bonsai. Forms an attractive tree if planted in the ground.
Pinus strobus 'White Mountain'. A large, open, selection of the Eastern White Pine with long, very attractive, pale bluish-white needles. Will form a large tree fast, unless candle pinched to keep it more dense.
Pinus sylvestris 'Albyn Prostrata'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Argentea compacta'. Beautiful form with blue-green leaves, compact conical growth, 6-8 in/yr. Discovered in Germany in l899.
Pinus sylvestris 'Aurea'. Golden variety of the scotch pine. Color brighter in winter. Medium growth rate, 15-20'
Pinus sylvestris 'Auvergne' Scotch Pine. French Blue Strain, best winter color, very ornamental and prefered for Christmas trees
Pinus sylvestris 'Beacon Hill'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Bonna'. Dark blue needles and large, dark brown buds
Pinus sylvestris 'Cutty Sark'. Dwarf scotch pine introduced by the Collector's Nursery
Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata' Columnar Scotch Pine. moderate grower to 25-30', columnar form
Pinus sylvestris 'Helms'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Glauca Nana' Dwarf Scotch Pine. Bluish needles on this dwarf form of the scotch pine. Bears attractive cones and grows about 6" or less per year. Can be pruned or trimmed to any size. Excellent for bonsai.
Pinus sylvestris 'Gold Coin'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Hibernia Nana'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Hillside Creeper'. strong grower, completely prostrate, stiff green needles turn yellowish in winter
Pinus sylvestris 'Jeremy'. Dark green bun, makes a miniature low spreading mound
Pinus sylvestris 'Mitsch's Weeping'. prostrate form with sparce branching
Pinus sylvestris 'Pendula'. Weeping Scotch Pine. Very unique character
Pinus sylvestris 'Pixie'. Very dwarf selection
Pinus sylvestris 'Repens'. Prostrate, compact grower with stiff, sharp needles and dense, sap-covered buds. Forms a dense bush to 6' high and wide in 10-15 years. Can be pruned smaller. Excellent for bonsai.
Pinus sylvestris Scotch Pine. moderate growth to 80', irregular pyramidal habit
Pinus sylvestris 'Sentinel'. Tall narrow and dense growth with blue-green color, slow growing
Pinus sylvestris 'Spaan's Slow Column'.
Pinus sylvestris 'Watereri'. Slow grower in a pyramidal form with blue-green stiff needles
Pinus sylvestrix'Clumper Hump'.
Pinus taeda Loblolly Pine. Southeastern pine grows well in the Northwest, 70'
Pinus thunabergiana 'Mikawa'.
Pinus thunbergiana 'Aocha Matsu'. New growth with a golden variegation
Pinus thunbergiana 'Ara Kawa'. Fissured bark
Pinus thunbergiana 'Banshoho' Japanese Black Pine. Dwarf form with dense, multiple, white buds very attracive through winter. Grows 6" per year, forming a dense shrub.
Pinus thunbergiana Japanese Black Pine. Fast grower to 20-40' Good accent plant, very hardy
Pinus thunbergiana 'Koto buki'.Upright growth, 8 inches per year
Pinus thunbergiana 'Nishiki Tsukasa'. Corky bark, used often for bonsai subjects
Pinus thunbergiana 'Shirome Janome'. Intense yellow bands on the needles, one near the needle end and the other at its center
Pinus thunbergiana 'Thunderhead'. Compact form with dark green foliage. The large, white, winter buds are striking contrast to the needles.
Pinus thunbergiana 'Torafu Matsu'. Long needles with 1/3 of each dolored bright gold
Pinus thunbergiana 'Yatsabusa'.
Pinus virginana 'Wate's Golden' Virginia Pine. Green in summer, bright yellow in winter. Fast growing to 25-50'
Pinus wallichiana 'Frosty'. Semi-dwarf, to 12 ft., variegated needles, grows 6-7 inches/year
Pinus wallichiana Himalayan White Pine. 60-150' Native to high elevations, soft blue-green textured drooping needles, narrow drooping cones are quite attractive. Appears to be resistant to White Pine Blister Rust.
Pinus wallichiana 'Nana'.
Pinus wallichiana 'Zebrina'. Long needles, banded with yellow
Pistacia chinensis Chinese Pistache. Graceful leaved small tree, 12-15 ft. Rivals sugar maple for fall color.
Platanus wrightii Arizona Sycamore. 50-70' tall, trunk and gnarles branches pure white
Pleioblastus viridistriatus. Yellow striped leaves, partial shade, 4-5 ft. tall, easy to grow, recommended for a pot. Zones 5-10
Podocarpus alpinus 'Blue Gem'. Densely branched, somewhat weeping shrub to 4' from Australia and Tasmania. Z8-9
Podocarpus totara Aurea. The 'totara' of the Maori people of New Zealand where it can reach 100'. This is a golden form said to be Z9.
Polygala chamaebuxus 'Rhodo
Polygonatum. Solomon's Seal. Arching perennial with hanging white fragrant flowers.
Poncirus trifoliata Hardy Orange. Spiny green twigs, small, shiny trifoliate leaves, fragrant white flowers, deciduous shrub or tree to 15'
Poncirus trifoliata "Flying Dragon'. Hardy Orange. Spiny, green, twisted stems; shiny leaves in 3's; fragrant white flowers; large, orange-like fruit; interesting, unusual Z5-9.
Populus tremuloides Quaking Aspen. Classic American tree for Fall color. Rounded leaves on long stems 'quake' in the slightest breeze. Attractive white trunk. Likes moist soil.
Potentilla Abbotswood White.
Principia sinensis. A rare and interesting shrub, earliest shrub to bloom in the spring, with light yellow flowers on previous year's wood. From Manchuria.
Prunus cerasifera 'Pendula' Weeping purple-leaf plum. White flowers followed by small ornamental red plums. Outstanding shrub or nice as a potted plant. Excellent bonsai.
Prunus cyclaminia. Emerging leaves are bright copper-colored. Flowers are like a cyclamen, in April
Prunus mume Japanese Flowering Apricot.
Prunus subhirtella pendula Weeping Higan Cherry.
Prunus x cistena Purpleleaf Sand Cherry. This tree hold its intensely reddish purpla foliage throughout the summer. The flowers are single, pinkish, fragrant in April. Very hardy, fast grower to 7 -10'.
Prunus tenella Dwarf Russian Almond. Early blooming, charming small shrub, bright pink flowers.
Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Cherry. Graceful, early almond-scented, blush-white flowers. Small to m;edium tree with arching branches.
Pseudolarix amabilis (kaempferi) Golden Larch. Soft yellow-green foliage turns a beautiful golden-yellow before dropping in fall. Uncommon. Grows well in pots; excellent bonsai subject.
Pseudotsuga menzieseii 'Graceful Grace'. Attractive pendulous form with long blue needles
Pseudotsuga menzieseii 'Little Jon'. Dwarf pyramid with tiny dark green needles
Pseudotsuga menzieseii 'Loggerhead'.
Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas Fir. 70-250' valuable northwest timber tree
Pseudotsuga menziesii Fretzii.
Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Glauca Pendula'.
Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Hillside Gold'.
Pterostyrax hispida Fragrant Epaulette Tree. to 40' good fall color, whitish flowers in tassles
Pyracantha 'Flamingo'. Variegated leaves on this medium-sized pyracantha to 6-8' if not pruned. Excellent bonsai subject.
Quercus acutissima. deciduous oak with long pointed, chestnutlike leaves
Quercus agrifolia Coast Live Oak. 50-80'
Quercus aliena. 50' tall native to Manchuria
Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak. 75', one of the faster growing oaks, prefers moist sites
Quercus coccinea Scarlet Oak. Native eastern tree to 100' rich color in fall
Quercus dentata Japanese Emperor Oak, large leaves
Quercus durata Leather Oak. Dense evergreen shrub with dull blue green leaves, showy green acorns
Quercus ellipsoidalis Northern Pin Oak.
Quercus falcata Cherrybark Oak. Rapidly growing oak 70-80'
Quercus gambeli Gambel Oak. Slow growing to 20'. Common in the rockies where its acorns are prized by wildlife. Often has shrub form.
Quercus gambeli Gamble Oak. native to drier areas of the rocky mountains. Small, clump-forming species.
Quercus garryana Oregon White Oak. Wonderful Oregon native, declining due to agriculture and housing developments. Abundant at "Oak Island" on Sauvies Island. Can be shrubby on poor, dry ground, but reaches massive proportions in good site. Good for wildlife
Quercus kelloggi California black oak. Beautiful western native, the large oak of Yosemite valley in Ansel Adams' photos, rarely grown in cultivation 40-60'
Quercus macrocarpa Bur Oak.
Quercus mongolica Mongolian Oak.
Quercus muelenbergia Chinkapin Oak. Leaves resemble chinkapin tree. Native to Eastern US. 40-60'
Quercus myrsinifolia Chinese Live Oak. rare evergreen oak from China, graceful. 20-30'
Quercus nigra Water Oak. from the Southeast US, large tree with broad crown of soft green foliage
Quercus phellos Willow Oak. graceful, deciduous, willow-like leaves, 40-60'
Quercus phylloroides Japanese Live Oak. another rare evergreen oak
Quercus reticulata Netleaf Oak. small evergreen tree of Southwest and Mexico
Quercus robur English Oak. A bit of Sherwood Forest, fast growth to 50'. Plant a grove and your grandchildren can play Robin Hood.
Quercus rubra Red Oak. Large native American oak to 80' Outstanding fall color.
Quercus sadleriana Deer Oak. Evergreen shrub with big round leaves, best in some shade
Quercus shumardii Pagoda Oak. large, specimen oak with uniquely shaped leaves 40-60'
Quercus vaccinifolia Huckleberry Oak. rarely grown scrub oak from the Siskiyou's of So. Oregon, shiny evergreen leaves, well-drained soil, tolerates drought
Quercus varioabilis Chinese Cork Oak.
Quercus virginiana Eastern Live Oak. This massive, spreading giant gives character to the mansions and plantations of the South. Borderline hardy in the NW, but worthwhile planting for the adventurous. Probably would not reach same size as SE US
Quercus wizlizenii Canyon Live Oak. Beautiful evergreen oak, relative of California live oak, but more hardy, rarely grown in cultivation 30-40'
Quillaja saponaria Soapbark Tree. small Chilean tree, white bell shaped flowers and glossy leaves
Rhamnus purshiana Cascara, 20 ft. native tree, bark has medicinal value, yellow foliage in fall, birds are attracted to the black fruit, grow in dense shade or full sun.
Rhapidophyllum hystrix Needle Palm. 5-8', likes good drainage, rich green fan-shaped fronds give this large shrub a distinctive look that is welcomed in the landscape, cold hardy to Zone 7.
Rhododedron atlanticum. deciduous shrub to 2' very gragrant white to soft pink flowers
Rhododendron albrechtii. 8' tall, pink flowers, deciduous
Rhododendron augustinii. 8' small leaves, many blue flowers
Rhododendron impeditum. Twiggy, dwarf shrub to 1 ft., blue flowers, good for bonsai
Rhododendron mucronulatum. Korean Rhododendron with good fall color
Rhododendron nakaharae 'Pink E.S.'. A selected form of the species native to Taiwan, excellent for rock gardens or troughs.
Rhododendron nudiflorum. Deciduous of east coast wetlands, pink flowers in late spring, rich fall color of leaves
Rhododendron oreotrephes. Lavender bell shaped flowers, bluish leaves
Rhododendron racemosum. Evergreen shrub to 5' blue-green leaves and tiny pink flowers
Rhododendron schlippenbachii. Royal Azalea fragrant pink blooms in April, foliage turns scarlet and purple in fall
Rhodotyphos scandens Jetbead. Deciduous shrub with arching branches showy white flowers
Rhus aromatica Fragrant Sumac. Deciduous shrub to 4', light green leaves with a spicy fragrance, good color in the fall
Rhus trilobata Squaw Bush. Medium sized shrub 3-5'. Inconspicuous flowers but red/yellow fall color. When established, likes dry clay soil and hot sun. Native to Western US.
Ribes alpinum. 4' tall alpine currant
Ribes aureum Golden Currant. 3-6' clusters of 2" long, bright, fragrant, golden yellow flowers and colorful fruit attract birds. Native to the western U.S.
Ribes bracteosum Stinking Currant. Strongly aromatic maple-like 6" leaves, 6' native in moist forest.
Ribes laurifolium. Semi evergreen shrub to 3'. Drooping clusters of creamy white flowers. Partial shade.
Ribes nigrum Black Currant. 3-6' cultivated for its edible fruit and ornamental value. Flowers appear in pendulous reddish-white flowers
Ribes sanguineaum 'Spring Snow'.
Ribes sanguineum 'Clairmont'.
Ribes sanguineum Flowering Currant. native, showy clusters of red flowers in spring, drought hardy to 8'
Ribes sanguineum 'Elk River Red'.
Ribes sanguineum 'Poulsborough Red'. Flowering current. 8 ft. native shrub with dark red flowers, very attractive to hummingbirds.
Ribes sanguineum 'Hanneman's White'.
Ribes sanguineum 'King Ed. VII'. Native flowering currant with bright red flowers, very attractive to hummingbirds. Plant in sun or part shade, 8 ft. tall.
Ribes sanguineum 'Pokey's Pink'. This pale pink Flowering Gooseberry is a west coast native which blooms in early spring, whole plant smells of chaparal; a 4-6' shrub.
Ribes sanguineum 'Poulsbo Scarlet'. Flowering current. 8-10 ft. native shrub with bright scarlet flowers, very attractive to hummingbirds Sunset Z4-9,14-24,A3
Ribes sanguineum 'Pulborough Scarlet'.
Ribes sanguineum 'White Icicle'. Medium sized shrub blooming in April and May, useful for cut flowers, best white flower form.
Ribes speciosum . Fuchsia-like red flowers in April and May, semi-evergreen.
Robinia psuedoacacia 'Contorta' Black Locust.
Robinia psuedoacacia 'Fastigiata'.
Robinia psuedoacacia 'Frisia'.
Robinia psuedoacacia 'Twisty Baby'.
Rosa nutkana Nootka Rose. native American rose with single pink flowers followed by red hips
Rosa Rubrifolia. One of the few roses raised for its foliage as well as its flowers. With its blue leaves and it's single pink flower and it's bright red fruits, it is eye-catching every season, sun or shade, 5-7'
Rosa rugosa Red.
Rosa rugosa White.
Rosa wichuraiana 'Curiousity' Variegated Memorial Rose. Variegated leaves, single white flowers in summer on this low, spreading, ground cover.
Rosa woodsii Wood's Rose. Small pink flowers, fast growing, drought tolerant shrub, 5 ft. Bright red hips persist thru winter as food for wildlife. Prefers dry areas, full sun to partial shade.
Rosmarinus officinalis 'Irene'. Weeping Rosemary. Growth on this shrub twists and turns, gorgeous blue flowers, good for bonsai.
Rosmarinus officinalis Rosemary. Fragrant, elegant shrub with blue flowers and pungent leaves widely used in cooking. Grows well in a pot and makes an attractive bonsai.
Rubus parviflorus Thimbleberry. Western native shrub to 6'; soft, fuzzy, maple-like leaves; showy white flowers, bright red berries with good flavor.
Ruta graveolens 'Jackson's Blue'.Vivid blue color on a compact busy plant
Sabal minor Blue-stem Palm. 5', palmate shaped fronds, blue-green foliage, tolerates shade, very cold hardy for a palm--to zone 7?.
Sabium japonicum Japanese Tallow Tree.
Salix albo argentea.
Salix caprea French Pussy Willow. 15-20' Silvery-gray wooly catkins appear before leaves in early spring.
Salix caprea 'Pendula'. Kilmarnock willow Weeping pussy willow
Salix 'Flame'. Oval habit with a compact dense branching, to 15', orange-red bark in winter, golden yellow fall color, retains leaves for a long time.
Salis melanostachys,Black Pussy Willow. Japanese shrub with remarkable black catkins and brick-red anthers, opening to yellow.
Salix hylematica. Dwarf creeping alpine willow with brown-pink catkins in spring.
Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'. Variegated pink, white, and green leaves and colored stems make for a very eye-catching plant to 12' or kept smaller by pruning.
Salix lindleyana Dwarf Willow. Slowly growing ground cover for sunny, moist soil
Salix matsudana 'Golden Curls'.
Salix melanostachys Black Pussy Willow. Small Japanese shrub with remarkable black catkins with brick-red anthers, opening to yellow.
Salix purpurea 'Nana' Arctic Blue Leaf Willow. 5'
Salix Purpurea nana Dwarf Arctic Willow. Low mounding shrub to 3' with thin purple shoots.
Salix repens 'Iona'. Nice creeping willow for the rock garden or trough.
Salix yezo-alpina Alpine Willow. Uncommon, ground-hugging willow from Hokkaido Japan, covered with beautiful, fuzzy catkins in spring, golden yellow fall color. Best in full sun.
Sambucus caerulea Blue Elderberry. native of western U.S. Showy flower clusters give way to blue berries in branch-bending clusters to 15'
Sambucus callicarpa Red Elderberry. Native of the northwest, beautiful bright red berries
Sapium sebiferum Chinese Tallow Tree. Open deciduous tree to 25' with aspen-like leaves that turn to orange, scarlet and purple in fall. Drought hardy but best for mild locations.
Sassafras albidum Sassafras. Widespread tree of the SE US, developing excellent fall color. Best appreciated for its' variable and unusual mitten-shaped leaves. Bark extract was widely used for 'Sassafras tea' but is now believed to be harmful to drink. 30-60'
Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Iwa-garami'.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight' Japanese hydrangea vine. Clings to walls or tree trunks. Best in shade. Attactive pale variegated leaves on a refined vine.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Platt Dwarf'. Small growing selection of a graceful vine from Jane Platt's famous garden, part shade best
Schizostylis coccinea. Crimson Flag, Kaffir Lily, Sun, excellent cut flowers in October-Novembere
Sciadopitys verticillata Japanese Umbrella Pine. Refined, slow-growing upright conifer, not a true pine. 20-30'. Grows only about 6" a year at first, then about 1' per year.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Joe Kozy'. Columnar form of the Umbrella Pine.
Sedum japonicum Hardy Sedum. 6 in. tufted brown ground cover. Yellow flowers from Honshu Island, Japan.
Sedum kamtschaticum Stonecrop. Perennial for full sun, ground cover, rock gardens, yellow-orange flowers.
Sempervivum belladona hybrid. 3 inch velvety mauve rosettes, good container plant in full or part sun.
Sempervivum nevadense. Dense rosettes, orange blush in summer, rose-red flowers, from Spain.
Sempervivum marmoreum brunneifolium. Smooth leaves are brown then red in winter. Pink flowers from Trikule, Hungary.
Sempervivum cilliosum borisii. Evergreen/grey hairy rosettes. Fast grower, yellow flowers.Full or part sun, needs good drainage.
Sempervivum marmoreum 'Chocolate'. Dark brown in full sun, pink summer flowers, good for the rock garden.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Ann Christy'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Abby'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Andrenor'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Crimson King'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Sioux'. Green leaves backed and tipped rose pink, lightly fringed and tufted, medium in size.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Gay Jester'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Silver Cup'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Kleine Scheidegg'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Softline'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Crimson Velvet'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Zarubianum'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Grammens'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Collage'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Susiter'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Mike'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Pastel'. Olive-green leaves tipped with purple , neat grower, medium size.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Bronco'. Dark green leaves well edged and tipped dark purple.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Siuox'. Green leaves backed and tipped rose-pink, lightly fringed and tufted. Medium size.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Regal'. Green leaves well backed and tipped purple.
Sempervivum arachnoideum Cascade dela pisso.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Achalur'. Dark green leaves backed and tipped red.
Sempervivum calcareum Sir Wm Lawrence'. More intense coloring than other calcareums, medium in size.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Martin'. Grey-green leaves for a rose bud shaped rosette.
Sempervivum hybird 'Oh My'. Red leaves, very nice.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Waldalina'. Red backed leaves heavily tufted with hair.
Sempervivum Ali baba.
Sempervivum Compte de Longae
Sempervivum Cobweb Joy.
Sempervivum marmoreum brunnefolium.
Sempervivum Silver Olympic.
Sempervivum Hot Shot
Sempervivum Plum Fuzzy.
Sempervivum Broom Owl.
Sempervivum var. Bryoides,
Sempervivum Mayfair Hybrid.
Sempervivum Boule de neige.
Sempervivum Ivot Bluga.
Sempervivum Canada Kate.
Sempervivum Blue Moon.
Sempervivum Horatio Arach.x nevadense.
Sempervivum Pink Puff.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Silver Olympic'.
Sempervivum Aido Moro.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Flamingo'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'pixie'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Candy Floss'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Silver Thaw'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Corsair'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Jeanne d'Arc'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'cil mali hat'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Henmick's Glory #1'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Silver Olymp0ic'.
Sempervivum hybrid 'Rocco'.
Sempervivum Hybrid Globe.
Sempervivum pacific sparkler.
Sempervivum Arachnoides, Georges de Dalvis.
Sempervivum Achalar Arach. clairchin.
Sequoia giganteum Giant Sequoia or Sierra Redwood. Gorgeous pyramidal shape, fast growing to l00' World's largest tree
Sequoia giganteum 'Hazel Smith' Giant Sequoia or Sierra Redwood. Beautiful, symmetrical blue foliage on this cold-hardy grafted variety. Best for Eastern US.
Sequoia giganteum 'Moonie Minnie' Giant Sequoia or Sierra Redwood. Dwarf, somewhat contorted form with unusual foliage. Grows to perhaps 10' tall.
Sequoia giganteum 'Pendula'. Upright form with branches hanging down along the main stem
Sequoia sempervirebs 'Emily Brown' Coast Redwood.
Sequoia sempervirens 'Adpressa' Coast Redwood.
Sequoia sempervirens 'Albospica' Coast Redwood. White variegation scattered throughout the foliage
Sequoia sempervirens 'Aptos Blue' Coast Redwood. Very blue selection of the Coast Redwood originating near Santa Cruz CA. This rooted cutting can be pruned to a dense bush, or staked to form a towering giant.
Sequoia sempervirens 'Filoli' Coast Redwood.
Sequoia sempervirens 'Loma Prieta Spike' Coast Redwood. Very columnar form of the coast redwood, 4'wide and 20+ feet tall.
Sequoia sempervirens 'Prostrata' Coast Redwood. Dwarf, spreading form of Coast Redwood, upright growth should be pruned out. grows about 6" per year
Sequoia sempervirens 'Simpson's Silver' Coast Redwood. Rapid growth 2-4 ft. per year, upright pyramid to 60 ft.
Silene maritima 'Rosea'. Petite ground cover with pink balloon flowers.
Sinojackia xylocarpa Jack Tree. Small tree, little known in this country. Attractive flowers. "A tree of the future" according to Michael Dirr
Sophora davidii. 6-7' Early flowers of white to blue-violet
Sophora japonica Japanese Pagodatree. Light bark, dark feathery foliage, clouds of creamy flowers
Sorbaria sorbifolia Ural False Spirea. Clumping shrub 5-10' high and wide, large showy, pure white panicles of flowers, attractive serrated leaves with tropical look Z 2-8, Sunset 1-10,14-21, A1-3/
Sorbus cashmirina. small garden tree with large white fruit,pinnately compound leaves
Sorbus hupehensis. fe
athery bluish foliage turn scarlet and purple in fall, pinkish white berries on this small tree to 20'
Sorbus huphensis 'Joseph Rock'. Mountain Ash. White-berried Mountain Ash
Sorbus vilmoriana Mountain Ash.
Spirea bulmalda Goldflame. Spring folliage is golden-yellow, small pink flowers, good orange fall color
Spirea douglasii Western Spirea. Dense clumping shrub. Beautiful pink flowers in mid-summer. Full sun or partial shade. Loves moisture or tolerates drought in summer. 4 ft.
Spirea japonica 'Magic Carpet'. Reddish bronze new leaves turn variegated chartruse; pink flowers on this deciduous shrub to 2' tall.
Spirea x bulmalda Anthony Waterer. 2-3 ft. shrub with pink flowers, pink color on new foliage
Stachyurus chinensis var. latus.
Stachyurus praecox Early Spiketail.Yellow flowers early in spring with a vanilla fragrance, medium-large shrub, red fall color. Hardy to -5 degrees
Stachyurus praecox 'Aureomarginata'. Early bloomer with racemes of creamy white flowers, fragrant, variegated leaves.
Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa'. Mounding low shrub of deeply lobed leaves on arching branchs. Star-shaped greenish white flowers, yellow fall color. Sun or semishade.
Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia. deciduous shrub or small tree. Native of eastern US. Very rare on the west coast.
Stewartia monadelpha Tall Stewartia. white summer flowers and bright fall color, flaking orange bark
Stewartia psuedocamelia Japanese Stewartia. A most elegant tree, large white camelia-like flowers in summer, beautiful variegated, flaking bark in maturity. Excellent fall color. Slow growing, perfect for small yard, container, or patio. 20-40'
Stewartia sinensis Chinese Stewartia. Flowers are about hapseudocamellia, smooth russet-colored bark
Styrax americanum American Snow-bell. 6-8' tall, shrub found along streams in nature, white bell-shaped summer flowers are a pleasant sight, thrives in acidic soil. Zone 6-8.
Styrax grandifolia Big-Leaf Snowbell. 3-12', shrub with 6-9"
Styrax japonica Japanese Snowbell. Medium sized tree with abundant lightly-fragrant, downward-facing flowers (snowbells) in spring. Best planted where it can be seen from below. 20-30'
Styrax japonicus Japanese Snowbell.
Styrax japonicus 'Pink Chimes'. Many pink flowers on a lovely tree.
Styrax obassia Fragrant Snowbell. Charming, narrow tree to 25', numerous fragrant flowers in drooping clusters
Symphoricarpos mollis Creeping Snowberry. Low growing, trailing shrub with snow white berries. Provides wildlife with food and shelter. 18 in.
Symphoricarpus alba. White snowberry. White berries in fall that persist through winter. Very adaptable. 3-5 ft.
Symphoricarpus orbiculatus variegatus
Symphoricarpus x chenaultii 'Hancock'. Coral colored berries. Arching branches to 3'
Syringa josikaea. Hungarian Lilac. Fragrant flowers, deep violet-mauve in June.
Syringa meyeri 'Pallabin'.
Syringa microphylla Small, dedicuous lilac with fragrant pink flowers. Grows well in containers or as bonsai.
Syringa microphylla 'Superba'. Rosy-pink flowers in May, and intermittently until October,
Syringa oblata Early Lilac. Lilac blue flowers in early April and May, introduced from N. China in 1856.
Syringa reticulata 'Mandshurica'. More compact that Japanese Tree Lilac, to 12'. Unscented white blooms in early summer.
Syringa reticulata Japanese Lilac tree. creamy-white fragrant flowers in early to mid-June, grow to 9-12' over a 6 year period, Very pest free
Syringa villosa. Dense shrub to 9', Zone 2, very hardy. Blooms later than other lilacs, very light rosy-lilac to white.
Syringa vulgaris. Common Purple Lilac, shrub 12-20' Fragrant lilac blooms in May, attractive green foliage, good for screen.
Syringa x Tinkerbelle. 5 ft. shrub with dark red buds, opening to fragrant pink flowers. Patented variety.
Syringa x persica 'Laciniata' Persian Lilac. Rounded, bushy habit with dissected leaves and small panicles of lilac flowers in May.
Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation'. Double-flowering lilac, fragrant flowers purple with white edges, aptly named. Sun, part shade, average soil. Z3-8, Sunset Z1-11,14,A1-3
Taxodium ascendens. Pond Cypress. narrower deciduous conifer, southeast native, almost never seen in the west 70-80'
Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress. Draped with Spanish Moss, this venerable tree gives character to southern bayous. Completely hardy in the NW, growing slowly in any soil. Will grow with it's trunk in permanent water, eventually forming its 'knees'.
Taxodium distichum 'Pendens'
Taxodium distichum 'Secrest' Unusual, disk-like mutation of the Bald Cypress. Flat and round, growing about 4-6" out per year.
Taxus baccata 'Amersfoort'. Slow growing yew with attractive rounded leaves held close to the stem. Deer love it and so will you.
Taxus baccata 'Gracilis Pendula'.
Taxus baccata 'Standishii'. Female form, columnar, slow growing. very erect and compact, golden-yellow leaves.
Taxus cuspidata 'Aurescens'. Low growing, compact form with deep yellow young leaves changing to green the second year.
Taxus x media 'Beanpole'.
Taxus x media 'Maureen'.
Tetracentron sinense Tetracentron Heart-shaped leaves
Thalictrum flavum glauca. Clusters of white flowers , blue green leaves, grows in moist shade.
Thuja dolograta var. hondai
Thuja koreana 'Glauca Prostrata'.
Thuja occidentalis 'Danica'.
Thuja occidentalis 'Elegantissima'. 10' high and 4' wide, dark green foliage, tipped yellow, turning bronze in the winter
Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald Green'. Bright green foliage growing in an upright dense columnar form to 14' Very hardy.
Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz'Midget'. compact and dense growth to 3-4', one of the best of the dwarf globe shaped Thujas.
Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'. Slower growing selection for smaller yards.
Thuja occidentalis 'Little Giant'. compact globe shape, slow-growing
Thuja occidentalis 'Rheingold'. slow growing conical shrub 4-5' high by 3-4' wide
Thuja occidentalis 'Sherwood Moss'. Fine green juvenile foliage on this dwarf cone-shaped plant, foliage turns bronze in winter.
Thuja occidentalis 'Sunkist'. Semi-dwarf to 6 ft., broad pryamid, bright gold
Thuja occidentalis 'Wansdyke Silver'. six inches of growth a year, upright with an irregular outline.
Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana Lutescens'. Bright yellow on the tips, growing 6 inches a year
Thuja orientalis 'Aurea-Nana'. Berkman Thuja dwarf. dense, globular to 5', Bright golden color
Thuja plicata 'Filifera Nana'.
Thuja plicata 'Green Sport'.
Thuja plicata Western Red Cedar. 80-100' native of the NW. Grows well in any situation, but likes plenty of moisture, fragrant green foliage
Thuja plicata 'Zebrina'. sprays of foliage with soft yellow bands of color
Thujopsis dolobrata 'Nana'. Dwarf, 2 ft. high with smaller leaves.
Thujopsis dolobrata 'Variegata'. tips of foliage marked with white and yellow--can be spectacular in winter. Slow growing but eventually to 30'
Thujopsis dolobrata. Deerhorn Arborvitae. green foliage marked with white on back
Thujopsis dolobrata Hondai. Hardiest thujopsis, from northern Japan. Tends to be more compact with smaller leaves.
Tibouchina urvilleana, Princess Flower. Evergreen tropical shrub with fuzzy green leaves and brilliant purple flowers in summer.
Tilia cordata Little leaf Linden. Excellent shade tree. Small, white, fragrant flowers with heart shaped leaves. Small leaves make this a good choice for bonsai.
Tovara virginiana Hardy, sun or shade, moist soil.
Trachycarpus fortunei Windmill Palm. Hardy palm for the northwest up to 40'
Trochodendron araliodes, Wheel Tree. Grows iu sun or shade, striking and unusual shrub desired by flower arrangers.
Tsuga canadensis 'Aurora'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Beehive'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Bennett'. Slow growing, dense, dwarf shrub
Tsuga canadensis Canadian Hemlock. Grows to 90' with graceful arching branches, useful for an evergreen hedge, screening
Tsuga canadensis 'Canby'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Cappy's Choice'. A compact, low growing plant, light gareen with a hint of gold, fine textured.
Tsuga canadensis 'Cloud Prune'. A choice, compact, low growing plant, slow growing forming a miniature bun.
Tsuga canadensis 'Cole's Prostrate'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Curly'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Everitt Golden'. Dwarf, but tree-like, golden variety of Canadian Hemlock, growwing 2-3" per year. Color best in full sun.
Tsuga canadensis 'Frosty'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Golden Splendor'. An upright, fast-growing Canadian hemlock; 15 inches/year but can be sheared, golden foliage. Sunset Z2-7,17,A3
Tsuga canadensis 'Gracilis Nana'. A dwarf mound, branches grow in layers, with weeping tips. Likes morniing sun, afternoon shade, with even moisture.
Tsuga canadensis 'Horsford Contorta'. A dwarf Hemlock with contorted branches.
Tsuga canadensis 'Hussei'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Jacqueline Vercade'. A dwarf globose form of Hemlock
Tsuga canadensis 'Jeddeloh'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Jervais'.A jem for the rock garden, slow growing with crowded, congested growths.
Tsuga canadensis 'Minuta'. Miniature dark green bun grows about 1 inch per year.
Tsuga canadensis 'New Gold' Upright canadian hemlock with bright gold new foliage in spring' 12" growth per year.
Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula'. Weeping Sargent Hemblock Low mound of drooping branches, spread of 8'
Tsuga canadensis 'Popaluski'
Tsuga canadensis 'Springarn'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Stewart's Gem'.
Tsuga canadensis 'Watnong Star'. Dwarf, rounded, flat plant with white tips. Grows slowly. Great for rock gardens and troughs. Likes morning sun, afternoon shade.
Tsuga diversifolia. Northern Japanese Hemlock. 40'
Tsuga heterophylla 'Iron Springs'.
Tsuga heterophylla 'Thoruson's'.
Tsuga heterophylla Western Hemlock. native of the northwest growth to 150'
Tsuga mertensiana Mountain Hemlock. Native to the northwest, can grow to 100' in the wild, 30' in gardens. Imparts an alpine flavor to any garden. Excellent for bonsai as well.
Tsuga sieboldii 'Greenball'. Dwarf so. Japanese Hemlock. Height to 3'. Good for trough, rock garden or bonsai. Easy to prune to any size.
Ulmus alata Winged Elm. 30-40' tall, rapidly growing medium- sized tree with very interesting corky winged twigs, tolerates poor soils.
Ulmus crassifolia Dwarf Cedar Elm. extremely tiny leaves and twigs, very compact. Our specimen plant is 2 1/2 feet and is 8 years old--great for a small area or bonsai.
Ulmus minor gracilis.
Ulmus parviflora 'Corticosa'. Corkbark Chinese Elm. Small to medium sized elm with small graceful leaves. 'Corticosa' Resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Interesting corky bark 40'
Ulmus parviflora 'Frosty'. A charming, slow growing tree with leaves having a sliver margin on edges. Zone 5.
Ulmus parviflora 'Seiju". dwarf form of the Cork Bark Elm. Grows to a height of 5 ft. Dense growth with very small leaves, ideal for bonsai.
Ulmus parviflora 'Yatsabusa'. Slow growing shrub with textured bark, nice in a Japanese Garden or for bonsai; small, attractive leaves; takes well to pruning.
Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Elm. tree to 30' with tiny leaves on delicate branches, flaking orange-gray bark
Umbellularia californica California Bay or Oregon Myrtle. evergreen tree to 80' with shiny aromatic leaves, useful for cooking
Umbellularia californica dwarf form., low shrubby type from Siskyuou mountains, 5-8' tall
Uncinia uncinata Flame Grass. Ruby red to burgundy upright foliage to 8 ", semi evergreen, clumping, sun to part shade, zone 8-9.
Vaccinium Berkeley. One of the most popular home garden varieties. Bright yellow wood in the winter, 5-6 ft. high.
Vaccinium Chandler. A mid to late season, Big berry, delicious flavor, pick fruit for over six weeks, vigorous bush with large, dark green foliage to 5- 6 ft. tall.
Vaccinium corymbosum x V. angustifolium `Top Hat'. Grows to about 1 1/2 feet high and wide. Plentiful white blooms in spring give way to pea sized light blue berries. Excellent bonsai subject.
Vaccinium Darrow. Large berries, reaching 5-6 ft. in height in maturity.
Vaccinium Hardyblue. An old established variety in the Northwest known for superior flavor, brillant yellow-orange foliage in the fall gives way to dary red wood in winter. Heavy crops of medium sized, dark blue fruit.
Vaccinium macrocarpon Beckwith. Bright green growth, compact branching, forms a solid ground cover. Red berries.
Vaccinium macrocarpon Hamilton. Dwarf cranberry, tightly whorled leaves form dense rosettes of deep green foliage that offsets a profusion of delicate pink flowers. Grows 2-3 in. tall and 12-16 inches wide.
Vaccinium macrocarpon Shaw's Success. compact growth and uniform light green color. Berries are medium size and bright red.
Vaccinium macrocarpon Stevens. A robust variety with thick vinesm large dark green leaves and forms a heavy mat. Fruit is medium large and glossy dark red in color. Foliage turns a bright bronze in the fall.
Vaccinium macrocarpon Thunder Lake. Open growing, dark green foliage with reddish bronze new growth. Berries are large, oblong and dark red to black.
Vaccinium moupinense. Himalayan Blueberry, compact, low growing everygreen shrub from China, deep purple berries, excellent for foundation plantings, along walks, or as a ground cover. 12 inches high by 3 ft. wide.
Vaccinium Northland. The most cold-hardy highbush variety grown. About 4 ft. high, berries dark blue and medium size, high sugar content. Bright yellow wood, compact shape.
Vaccinium ovatum `Thunderbird'. A patented variety from the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden, intense red-bronze spring foliage, profusion of pink flowers and good tasting berry crop.
Vaccinium ovatum Evergreen Huckleberry. Native; shiny oval leaves, tasty blue berries 7-10', sun or shade, even moisture, Sunset Z 4-7,14-17,22-24.
Vaccinium parvifolium. Red Huckleberry. Often grows in dead stumps, bright red berries, deciduous or semi-green shrub to 8
Vaccinium Patriot. Early cold hardy variety with large sized fruit. Low growing, spreading bush to about 4 ft., adaptable to many soil types, will perform better in wetter woils than other varieties. Excellent landscape variety with showy white blooms in spring, dark green summer foliage, and fiery orange fall colors.
Vaccinium Rubel. Late, large shrub, small berries with highest anti-occcidents, great for muffins and pancakes.
Vaccinium Sunshine Blue. Semi-dwarf evergren blueberry, to 3 ft. tall, yelds large crops for up to 9 weeks in the summer. Self-pollinating.
Vaccinium Toro. Compact bush with giant fruit, flowers turn from hot pink to bright white and contract nicely with the bronze colored spring foliage. The deep green summer floiage turns to the brightest of reds in fall.
Viburnum x bodnantense 'Pink Dawn'. Deciduous viburnum with fragrant, pink flowers on bare branches in winter Sunset Z4-9,14-24.
Viburnum cinnamomifolium. Evergreen shrub with pink bus which open to white flower clusters 6 inches across. Blue-black fruit.x
Viburnum davidii. low growing to 3', comapct, white flowers in late spring followed with dark berries.
Viburnum japonicum 'Variegata'. Upright shrub to 12' tall and wide, white flowers, attractive red fruits, very interesting leaf variegation Sunset Z 5-10,12,14-24.
Viburnum lantana 'Mohican'. Dense habit with dark green foliage and orange-red fruits. Selected in 1956 at the US National Arboretum
Viburnum opulus 'Compactum'. Compact European Cranberry Bush. Dark green leaves, turns red in the fall, Slow growing to 4-5' tall and wide, Large, showy red fruit
Viburnum plicatum 'Mariesii'. Double File Viburnum. 8-10' White flowers, red fruit, red stems and reddish-purple fall foliage, layered branching
Viburnum plicatum Shoshone. Compact shrub with masses of small flowers and persistent fruit.
Viburnum plicatum. Mariesi Viburnum. Good fall color, one of the best fruiting viburnums tomentosum 'Mariesii'
Viburnum propinquum. evergreen shrub to 8' narrow leaves on red twips
Viburnum tinus 'Spring Bouquet'. compact habit to about 6' Pink buds open to white flowers, followed by small purple berries. Excellent for screening and hedging.
Viburnum trilobum 'Compactum'
Viburnum trilobum. American Cranberry Bush. Leaves turn red in the fall, grows 10-15', flowers with edible fruit in the fall
Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn'. Clusters of sweetly scented pink flowers in December, January and February before the leaves come out, grows to ll ', but is easily pruned to shape
Vitex agnus-castus Chaste Tree. Small tree or shrub with late summer spikes of lilac blue flowers
Vitis ficifolia lobata.
Weigela 'Java Red'. Foliage is deep green tinged with purple, compact plant to 3-4' Deep pink flowers open from red buds
Weigelia florida Rubidor. Yellow foliage with bright pink flowers.Blooms in spring and again in the fall.
Weigelia florida 'Variegata Nana'. Variegated Dwarf Weigelia. Green foliage edged with creamy white, compact to 3' high, pink flowers in late spring Sunset Z1-11,14-21.
Westringia fruiticosa 'Morning Light'. Increases by root suckers, good plant to use along a brook or
Wisteria 'Anwen'. Outstanding, pale purple flowers with sensuous fragrance bloom before the leaves emerge in spring; a vigorous climbing vine.
Wisteria floribunda 'Honbeni'. Aka Wisteria 'Pink Ice' or 'Rosea'. Attractive pale pink flower buds in spring open pink and fade to white.
Wisteria floribunda Japanese Wisteria. 35', fragrant violet blue in long bloom clusters, yellow fall color
Wisteria floribunda 'Longissima Albo'. White racemes, nice fragrance, appear as the leaves emerge.
Wisteria floribunda 'Royal Purple'. Darkest purple flower of any Wisteria. Flowers at an early age and new foliage is bronze colored.
Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena'. Unusual wisteria vine with deep purple, double flowers, the only double flowered wisteria. Dates from the 1870's but rare today--an heirloom.
Wisteria macrostachya 'Clara Mack'. Native to the US. Also known as the White Kentucky Wisteria.
Wisteria sinensis 'Alba'. Pure white, 14 inch long racemes of flowers before the leaves appear, very prolific bloomer.
Wisteria sinensis 'Amethyst'. Purple flowers, strongly scented, vigorous New Zealand cultivar.
Wisteria sinensis 'Blue Sapphire'. Flowers at a young age, another New Zealand cultivar.
Wisteria sinensis Chinese Blue Wisteria. 25', slightly fragrant violet-blue blooms in considerable shade
Wisteria venusta 'White Silk'. Very vigorous and distinctive cultivar from New Zealand.
Xanthoceras sorbifolium Yellowhorn. Small Chinese tree with striking one-inch cream flowers which turn red in the center Hardy to -25 degrees. Prefers dry soil in full sun.
Yucca filamentosa Spanish bayonet. This hardy yucca has 3' or higher white bloom spikes in spring. Will form a medium sized clump.
Zelkova carpinifolia Elm Zelkova.
Zelkova chinensis Chinese Zelkova. A good substitute for American Elm, resistance to Dutch Elm disease, tall, spreading, urbane form to 40' Better exfoliating bark than more common Japanese Zelkova
Zelkova serrata Japanese Zelkova. Famous bonsai tree of Japan, usually trained into the upright 'vase' or 'wineglass' form. Excellent replacement for American Elm due to its high resistance to Dutch Elm disease, 50-90'