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Paeonia japonica Zones 4-8 #021-007
Essential perennial for shade, forming clumps of gray-green foliage to 24" tall. Single white flowers with yellow stamens bloom in May. The fruits are bright red receptacles with dark blue seeds perched on them; they remain beautiful for several weeks in late summer. 5/6 yr. plants.
Panax japonicus Zones 4-8 #008-001
Rare native Japanese ginseng, easily grown in humusy soil in shade. Flowers are not showy but the clusters of shiny, vivid red fruits are glorious, displayed high about the compound leaves from summer to early fall.
Paris tetraphylla Zones 5-8 #057-052
Parnassia foliosa var. foliosa Zones 6-8 #050-057
Parnassia palustris var. izuinsularis Zones 6-8 #050-039
Parnassia yakusimensis Zones 6-8 #050-026
Patrinia scabiosifolia Zones 5-8 #012-02
Peltoboykinia watanabei Zones 5-8 #050-019
Pinellia cordata Zones 5-8 #028-009
Pinellia tripartita 'Gold Dragon' Zones 5-8 #028-001
Podophyllum pleiantha Zones 5-8 #048-003
Polygonatum falcatum, silver-striped selection Zones 4-9 #053-003
Exciting new variant of the above with leaves decorated with silver stripes.
Polygonatum inflatum Zones 4-9 #053-026
Rare species from Northeast Asia. Stems are up to 2' tall with a few leaves. The flowers are dangling cream bells with green tips, enclosed by 2 spreading puffy green bracts..
Polygonatum macranthum Zones 4-9 #053-046
Very rare species native in north Japan. This is one of the tallest species and good for garden plant. Limited number available.
Polygonatum odoratum 'Akajiku' Zones 4-9 #053-028
Polygonatum odoratum 'Byakko' Zones 4-9 #053-015
This variegated form has a leaf that is half green and half white. The tip of the leaf is green, and part adjoining the stem white. The color is best in light shade with some morning sun and is better on larger plants. The name means "white tiger". This plant was once fairly common in Japan; I remember seeing fields of it in Ikeda grown for the cut flower trade. It nearly disappeared from cultivation and now is making a slow, pricey comeback. Limited supply.
Polygonatum odoratum white splashed 'Fireworks' Zones 4-9 #053-006
This rare selection of Soloman seals has a combination of white margin and yellow striped leaves. The contrast of red stem and bright variegation is remarkably beautiful in a woodland setting. Limited supply.
Polygonatum odoratum 'Koryu' Zones 4-9 #053-007
This rare selection of Solomon's seal has unusual 'wings' on the leaves. I still have no idea 'How this wings happen?'. Grows very vigorous but some dwarf characteristics. The cultivar's name 'Koryu' in Japanese means 'Dragon's Scales'. Rare and limited offering.
Polygonatum maximowiczii Zones 4-9 #053-027
Large form of Polygonatum odoratum, native in Hokkaido. Limited number available for fall 2007.
Primula kisoana var. shikokiana 'Shirobana' Zones 5-8 #027-003
Pure white flower form and rarely offered even in Japan. It makes good contrast at your shade garden.
Primula kisoana var. shikokiana 'Iyobeni' Zones 5-8 #027-004
Iyobeni is bright orange-red flower selection. The flower color is quite different from species, and this is one of the best seles cultivar of our offering Primulas.
Primula kisoana var. shikokiana'Noushoku' Zones 5-8 #027-010
This new cultivar 'Noushoku' is the selection of vigorous, large flower and dark pink flower form.
Primula sieboldii 'Aka Tombo' Zones 5-8 #302-002
Primula sieboldii 'Asahi Gata' Zones 5-8 #302-053
Primula sieboldii 'Bansyun' Zones 5-8 #302-058
Primula sieboldii 'Daimin Nishiki' Zones 5-8 #302-013
Primula sieboldii 'Ekiro no Suzu' Zones 5-8 #302-025
Primula sieboldii 'Hana Guruma' Zones 5-8 #302-012
Primula sieboldii 'Hokutosei' Zones 5-8 #302-018
Primula sieboldii 'Ito no Aya' Zones 5-8 #302-080
Primula sieboldii 'Isami Jishi' Zones 5-8 #302-083
Primula sieboldii 'Kashima' Zones 5-8 #302-044
Primula sieboldii 'Kashima' Zones 5-8 #302-007
Primula sieboldii 'Kurama' Zones 5-8 #302-003
Primula sieboldii 'Kurama' Zones 5-8 #302-063
Primula sieboldii 'Miho no Koji' Zones 5-8 #302-041
Primula sieboldii 'Mita Jiman' Zones 5-8 #302-040
Primula sieboldii 'Momiji Bashi' Zones 5-8 #302-036
Primula sieboldii 'Nure Tsubame' Zones 5-8 #302-072
Primula sieboldii 'Oasahi' Zones 5-8 #302-050
Primula sieboldii 'Ryu Gu Kai' Zones 5-8 #302-088
Primula sieboldii 'Sensyo' Zones 5-8 #302-019
Primula sieboldii 'Shiko Bai' Zones 5-8 #302-042
Primula sieboldii 'Shira Washi' Zones 5-8 #302-094
Primula sieboldii 'Suzu no Ne' Zones 5-8 #302-073
Primula sieboldii 'Tamagawa Zome' Zones 5-8 #302-086
Primula sieboldii 'Tatsuta no Yu' Zones 5-8 #302-014
Primula sieboldii 'Yamato Shinpu' Zones 5-8 #302-087
Primula sieboldii 'Zendai Mimon' Zones 5-8 #302-016
Primula tosaensis Zones 5-8 #027-017
Pteridophyllum recemosum Zones 5-8 #024-002
Strange and rare woodland perennial from the mountains of nothern Japan. The evergreen foliage looks like a clumping fern until the 10" scapes of white flowers bloom in summer. No one will guess that it is in the poppy family. Rock garden or trough plant for well-drained humus-rich soil in shade. Best in cool summer areas. Blooming size plants.
Pyrola incarnata Zones 5-8 #081-001
Rarely offering Japanese woodland perennial, with pale pink round flowers with glossy leaves.