The Collector's Corner

 

Updated November 1, 2018

The Collector's Corner sales area is now closed for the season. Sales of deciduous clematis (regular price) are winding down (although this warm moist weather is ideal for planting). We have beautiful blooming plants of the winter clematis ready for sale. We are closed Saturdays through the winter (except during classes), but we’re here Fridays from 10-2 pm.

Watch this space for the announcements of opening onsite-sales dates for 2019.

Collectors Corner Plant Offerings for 2018

'Barbara Houser': Sold out for the season

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'Duchess of Waverly': Sold out for the season.

 'Duchess of Waverly'

'Duchess of Waverly'

'Fond Memories': Out of stock until 2019

'Halina Noll': Our for the season

'Maksymillian Kolbe': Sold Out

 'Maksymillian Kolbe' in its host shrub,  Viburnum plicatum  forma  tomentosum  'Molly Schroeder'.

'Maksymillian Kolbe' in its host shrub, Viburnum plicatum forma tomentosum 'Molly Schroeder'.

'Miranda': SOLD OUR FOR 2018

'Prins Hendrik': Out for the season

 'Prins Hendrik' showing its fascinating texture. For reasons known only to itself, this flower only has five sepals. This is highly unusual—expect 6 to 8.

'Prins Hendrik' showing its fascinating texture. For reasons known only to itself, this flower only has five sepals. This is highly unusual—expect 6 to 8.

'Regina': Sold out for the season

 'Regina' when just open. Fades gracefully to a lighter lavender when grown in full sun.

'Regina' when just open. Fades gracefully to a lighter lavender when grown in full sun.

'Sharpie': Sold out for the season.

 'Sharpie' is a poor candidate for living in a container, where it becomes quite rangy. In the ground it is fantastic, as well as fantastical!

'Sharpie' is a poor candidate for living in a container, where it becomes quite rangy. In the ground it is fantastic, as well as fantastical!

'Skylark': Out until 2019

 The aptly named 'Skylark'.

The aptly named 'Skylark'.

C. texensis: Temporarily out of stock.

  Clematis texensis , the red + red form, also known as the Tarpley River form. We believe the dark spots on the leaves are cellular damage from being watered on hot days. Maurice Horn at Joy Creek Nursery suggested this.

Clematis texensis, the red + red form, also known as the Tarpley River form. We believe the dark spots on the leaves are cellular damage from being watered on hot days. Maurice Horn at Joy Creek Nursery suggested this.

Clematis vinacea: Out for the season

  Clematis vinacea  was originally misrepresented on herbarium specimens as  C. crispa . They look nothing alike—the flowers of  C. vinacea  are much more tailored—and this plant does  not  want soggy feet. Average soil moisture is advised.

Clematis vinacea was originally misrepresented on herbarium specimens as C. crispa. They look nothing alike—the flowers of C. vinacea are much more tailored—and this plant does not want soggy feet. Average soil moisture is advised.

Clematis versicolor: Out of stock until 2019

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