Tiarella trifoliata unifoliata
A 1 foot perennial native to the redwood belt east to Montana and north to Alaska. Always in the north slope understory-type situation. Use as a small scale groundcover in a shady moist spot. After th... Learn more.
A 1\' perennial native to the redwood belt east to Montana and north to Alaska. Always in the north slope understory-type situation. Use as a small scale groundcover in a shady moist spot. After they ... Learn more.
A small scale groundcover, container plant or as house plant. Native to the coastal regions from Calif. to Alaska. Plant forms small plants at the top of mature leaves. This is a redwood belt plant so... Learn more.
Our Native clovers are mostly annuals. We do not sell the seed but we do encourage the plants. The native clovers should not mowed or killed until the flowers are allowed to produce seed. This page ... Learn more.
An evergreen shrub to tree. Its final height is 47\'average (in 100+years). It grows only a few inches a year here along the coast it may grow a much as 4\' or so each year. The leaves are aromatic li... Learn more.
Huckleberry is a 2-3ft evergreen shrub that has 1/4" blue berries. (Ok, ok, sometimes Huckleberry will grow to 5-6 feet and have 1/2 inch berries in coastal forest.) I have seen this one in four loc... Learn more.
Inside out flower
Inside out flower, Vancouveria hexandra, is a semideciduous perennial that makes a small scale groundcover in a shade garden. In the wild you'll find it under Maples, Alders, Douglas fir, larch and o... Learn more.
A small suckering perennial with delicate foliage and flowers. The pinkish white flowers are drawn back like an arrow on a bow. Use in a redwood garden or shade garden. Can be a little aggressive side... Learn more.
Yerba de Selva
A semi-dec.(evergreen in coastal California) sub-shrub, trailing perennial. It makes a delightful groundcover in a coastal garden's evergreen forest. Flowers are inconspicuous but most of the year the... Learn more.