Featured Plants






Sharon Kay Double-file Viburnum

This is a Viburnum plicatum tomentosum that flowers with double petaled flower heads at the same time as standard Double-file Viburnum.  Also shows striking fall color.





Perennial Hibiscus

These are a fall blooming perennial with large (8-9” diameter) flowers in colors ranging from white to red.  These plants can add color to landscapes starting in late summer.












Hops are primarily used in the brewing of beer, but have other herbal uses. Hops are easy to grow in a variety of soil conditions, but do best in well drained, organic soils. Vines (technically called “bines”) can grow 20-30 feet in a season, die back to the ground in the winter, and start again the following spring.