JLPfarmsTN
JLPfarmsTN

JLPfarmsTN

  • 810 B Panter Road, McMinnville, Tennessee, United States (US)
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  • 1 Crimson Ninebark shrub 2 1/2″ pot

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    Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Monlo’

    The stunning deep purple foliage of this versatile shrub makes it a standout in the garden. Plant closer together to create a richly colored, dense hedge or screen. Profuse creamy white flower clusters adorn the foliage in summer. Foliage can become green in high heat or partial shade; tolerates moderate drought in cooler summer regions.

    USDA Zone 3-7
    Your climate might be too cold for this plant:

    Light Needs: Full sun, Partial sun

    Water Needs: Water regularly – weekly, or more often in extreme heat.

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    1 Crimson Ninebark shrub 2 1/2″ pot

    $12.00
  • 5 Wild Geranium Bare Root

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    5 Wild Geranium bareroot

    It is a perennial herbaceous plant growing to 60 cm (2 ft) tall, producing upright usually unbranched stems and flowers in spring to early summer. The leaves are palmately lobed with five or seven deeply cut lobes, 10–12.5 cm (4–5 in) broad, with a petiole up to 30 cm (12 in) long arising from the rootstock. They are deeply parted into three or five divisions, each of which is again cleft and toothed.

    The flowers are 2.5–4 cm (1.0–1.6 in) in diameter, with five rose-purple, pale or violet-purple (rarely white) petals and ten stamens.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    **These roots could be dormant until next Spring as they have already bloomed here…

    $10.00
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    5 Wild Geranium Bare Root

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  • 5 Lady Fern Bare Root

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    **06/01/21 Ferns could be dormant until next spring.

    5 Lady Fern bareroot

    Lady fern plants are reliable, native plants and easy to grow in a moist, partially shaded location. When you’ve learned how to grow a lady fern, you’ll want to include them in many shady areas of the landscape. Care of lady ferns is not difficult once the plant is established in the right location.

    Planting Bare Root Ferns –

    Trying to figure out which end of the tuber is up can be daunting. Sometimes the tip is visible on the top portion and other times there will be root hairs extending from the bottom. If in doubt, the tuber can be planted in a sideways position without affecting future growth.

    The top of the tuber should be approximately 1 to 2 inches below the top of the ground. Cover lightly with aged compost mix to keep the ground cool and moist. Soil should be kept lightly moist (not wet or damp) for the fern to put on new growth. When planting tubers late in the growing season, such as late summer, often they will not put on any new top growth until the following spring. The ferns will grow larger each year until they top out in size about the 4th year.

    Cutting the fall die back to the ground and applying a fresh layer of mulch or straw will help to protect the fern tubers from popping out of the ground over winter freeze and thaw cycles as well as from squirrels or other critters digging up the bulbs for winter food.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $10.00
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    5 Lady Fern Bare Root

    $10.00
  • 20 Lady Fern

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    ***6/01/21 Ferns could be dormant until next spring.

    20 Lady Fern bareroot

    Lady fern plants are reliable, native plants and easy to grow in a moist, partially shaded location. When you’ve learned how to grow a lady fern, you’ll want to include them in many shady areas of the landscape. Care of lady ferns is not difficult once the plant is established in the right location.

    Planting Bare Root Ferns –

    Trying to figure out which end of the tuber is up can be daunting. Sometimes the tip is visible on the top portion and other times there will be root hairs extending from the bottom. If in doubt, the tuber can be planted in a sideways position without affecting future growth.

    The top of the tuber should be approximately 1 to 2 inches below the top of the ground. Cover lightly with aged compost mix to keep the ground cool and moist. Soil should be kept lightly moist (not wet or damp) for the fern to put on new growth. When planting tubers late in the growing season, such as late summer, often they will not put on any new top growth until the following spring. The ferns will grow larger each year until they top out in size about the 4th year.

    Cutting the fall die back to the ground and applying a fresh layer of mulch or straw will help to protect the fern tubers from popping out of the ground over winter freeze and thaw cycles as well as from squirrels or other critters digging up the bulbs for winter food.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $35.00
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    20 Lady Fern

    $35.00
  • 1 Japanese Snowball Bush

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    You are buying 1 Japanese Snowball 6-12″ plant in a 3″ pot.

    Japanese snowball trees (Viburnum plicatum) are likely to win a gardener’s heart with their lacy white globes of flower clusters hanging heavy on the branches in spring. These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy.

    Topping out at 15 feet, Japanese snowball trees might better be termed shrubs. Japanese snowball information gives a range of 8 to15 feet for mature height, and a little larger for mature spread. Snowballs are upright, multi-stemmed shrubs. Japanese snowball trees flower heavily in spring. The pure white clusters appear in April and May, some reaching 4 inches wide. The clusters include both showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers and small fertile flowers. Butterflies enjoy visiting the snowball flowers. The fruits of the Japanese snowball ripen as summer wanes. The small oval fruits mature in late summer, turning from red to black. Japanese snowball information confirms that the fruits are a source of food for wild birds. The rounded, green leaves of Japanese snowballs trees are attractive, and create dense foliage in summer. They turn yellow, red or purple in fall, then drop, revealing the shrub’s interesting branching structure in winter.

    Planting Snowball Bushes: Thriving in U.S. Department of Agriculture Zones 3 to 9, snowball bushes prefer full sun but also do well with partial shade. Best planted in the fall or spring, snowball bushes appreciate well-drained soil. These are deer resistant.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $12.00
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    1 Japanese Snowball Bush

    $12.00
  • 1 Weigela Shrub – Quart pot

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    For sheer romantic charm, few ornamental plants rival the character and beauty of weigela. This old-fashioned deciduous shrub, which bears profuse clusters of flowers in spring, is virtually carefree, save for a bit of pruning and watering. The tubular-shaped flowers, which come in various hues, are especially attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. With a wide range of foliage colors—from creamy variegation to nearly black—and an array of sizes, there’s a suitable variety for nearly any landscape need.

    Zones: 4-8

    Height/Spread:
    Arching, upright, mounding or spreading habit; size varies from 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide, up to 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide.

    Exposure:
    Plants will bloom most prolifically in full sun, but can tolerate partial shade. Varieties with gold, chartreuse or purple foliage will hold their color better in full sun. Those with variegated foliage can burn with too much afternoon sun in hotter climates.

    Bloom time:
    Mid-late spring, with sparser rebloom in summer and fall.

    Color and characteristic:
    These deciduous shrubs produce tubular five-lobed flowers, 1-2 inches long. Flowers come in shades of red, pink, white and yellow. Foliage is 2-6 inches long, sometimes glossy, and oblong-shaped with a slightly serrated edge. Leaves are green, chartreuse, gold, variegated, burgundy or deep purple. Fall color is insignificant.

    Toxicity:
    Weigela is not considered toxic to pets or children.

    $15.00
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    1 Weigela Shrub – Quart pot

    $15.00
  • 5 Native Christmas Ferns Bare Root

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    5 Native Christmas Fern bare root

    Christmas fern got its name because it stays green right through the holiday season. It is a robust, leathery fern which has glossy, green fronds year-round. The fronds grow in clusters from a crownless rootstock and range from 1-2 ft. in length. Fertile fronds are taller. The once-divided fronds with pointed pinnae result in a medium to coarse texture. The silvery fiddleheads emerge in early spring.

    Christmas fern is very easy to establish and grow where conditions are right. It requires cool, moist, well-drained soil in shade. In the right spot, it can be a good, evergreen border or accent plant. Though often used as a groundcover, it is a clumping fern, not forming a continuous, undifferentiated carpet the way some ferns do.

    Planting Bare Root Ferns –

    Trying to figure out which end of the tuber is up can be daunting. Sometimes the tip is visible on the top portion and other times there will be root hairs extending from the bottom. If in doubt, the tuber can be planted in a sideways position without affecting future growth.

    The top of the tuber should be approximately 1 to 2 inches below the top of the ground. Cover lightly with aged compost mix to keep the ground cool and moist. Soil should be kept lightly moist (not wet or damp) for the fern to put on new growth. When planting tubers late in the growing season, such as late summer, often they will not put on any new top growth until the following spring. The ferns will grow larger each year until they top out in size about the 4th year.

    Cutting the fall die back to the ground and applying a fresh layer of mulch or straw will help to protect the fern tubers from popping out of the ground over winter freeze and thaw cycles as well as from squirrels or other critters digging up the bulbs for winter food.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    ***Ferns could be dormant until next Spring…

    $10.00
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    5 Native Christmas Ferns Bare Root

    $10.00
  • Sky Pencil Holly in a 2 1/2″ pot

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    This listing is for 1) Sky Pencil Holly in a 2 1/2″ pot (the tree is 6″-18″ tall)

    Sky Pencil hollies are narrow, columnar shrubs that grow up to 8 feet (2.4 m.) tall and 2 feet (.6 m.) wide. With pruning, you can maintain them at a height of 6 feet (1.8 m.) and a width of just 12 inches (30 cm.). They produce small, greenish flowers and female plants produce tiny, black berries, but neither is particularly ornamental. They are grown primarily for their interesting shape. Sky Pencil holly shrubs grow well in containers. This allows you to use them as architectural plants to frame a door or entryway or on decks and patios. You don’t have to worry about coming in contact with the plant because the leaves aren’t prickly as with other types of holly shrubs. In the ground, you can use Sky Pencil holly shrubs as a hedge plant. They come in handy in places where you don’t have room for the width of bushier plants. They look well-groomed without much pruning, and you can use them in formal gardens alongside neatly sheared plants.

    Sky Pencil hollies are rated for USDA plant hardiness zones 6 through 9. They adapt to full sun or partial shade. In zones 8 and 9, provide protection from harsh afternoon sun. In zone 6 it needs protection from strong winds. It grows well in any well-drained soil.

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    $12.00
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    Sky Pencil Holly in a 2 1/2″ pot

    $12.00
  • 5 Shooting Star roots

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    5 Shooting Star bareroot

    (Dodecatheon meadia)The common shooting star plant is native to North American valleys and mountains. The plant may be found growing wild in low elevation areas in spring or in summer where consistent moisture is available. Growing shooting star wildflowers in the native home garden is easy and produces masses of the attractive blooms having yellow or lavender collars.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $10.00$20.00
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    5 Shooting Star roots

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  • 1 Sweet Shrub – Quart

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    Sweetshrub (Calycanthus floridus) has many common names, including Carolina allspice, strawberry-bush, sweet bubby, sweet Betsy and spicebush. As these names indicate, it is valued for the sweet, often fruity fragrance of its flowers. Sweetshrub is native along the east coast from Pennsylvania south to northern Florida and west to Mississippi. In South Carolina it is native in the Upstate and Central regions, and grows well throughout the state.

    Mature Height/Spread
    Sweetshrubs grow 3 to 9 feet tall by 6 to 12 feet wide. Plants grown in full sun will be shorter than those grown in part shade. Sweetshrubs have a dense, broad, rounded form in cultivation. They are multi-stemmed shrubs that tend to spread widely by growing new shoots (suckers) along the outer edges of the clump. Wild plants are much more open, tall, and even scraggly.

    Growth Rate
    Plants grow at a moderate rate of 12 to 18 inches per year under ideal growing conditions of deep, moist, loamy soil and with partial shade. Growth rate will be much slower in dry soil and full sun.

    $15.00
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    1 Sweet Shrub – Quart

    $15.00
  • Japanese Snowball Bush – Quart

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    You are buying 1 Japanese Snowball 6-12″ plant in a Quart.

    Japanese snowball trees (Viburnum plicatum) are likely to win a gardener’s heart with their lacy white globes of flower clusters hanging heavy on the branches in spring. These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy.

    Topping out at 15 feet, Japanese snowball trees might better be termed shrubs. Japanese snowball information gives a range of 8 to15 feet for mature height, and a little larger for mature spread. Snowballs are upright, multi-stemmed shrubs. Japanese snowball trees flower heavily in spring. The pure white clusters appear in April and May, some reaching 4 inches wide. The clusters include both showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers and small fertile flowers. Butterflies enjoy visiting the snowball flowers. The fruits of the Japanese snowball ripen as summer wanes. The small oval fruits mature in late summer, turning from red to black. Japanese snowball information confirms that the fruits are a source of food for wild birds. The rounded, green leaves of Japanese snowballs trees are attractive, and create dense foliage in summer. They turn yellow, red or purple in fall, then drop, revealing the shrub’s interesting branching structure in winter.

    Planting Snowball Bushes: Thriving in U.S. Department of Agriculture Zones 3 to 9, snowball bushes prefer full sun but also do well with partial shade. Best planted in the fall or spring, snowball bushes appreciate well-drained soil. These are deer resistant.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $16.00
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    Japanese Snowball Bush – Quart

    $16.00
  • Chokecherry (Prunus Virginiana) – Canada Red for Sale

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    This listing is for 1) Chokecherry 2 1/2″ pot

     

    $12.00
  • Welcome to our Garden sign

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    Welcome to our Garden hanging sign. Super cute & on a rustic metal piece of tin. Would be super cute anywhere! This sign weighs about 1lb 11oz.

    $20.00
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    Welcome to our Garden sign

    $20.00
  • 5 Goldenseal Bareroot

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    Goldenseal is a perennial, woodland forb in the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae). The name is derived from the underground rhizome, which is yellow with a golden sap. In the spring, the plant produces a flowering stem with two, large hairy leaves, palmately cut into 5 to 7 lobes, and with prominent veins.

    Goldenseal has a long history as a medical herb, and remains a popular herb today. The herbal properties derive from several alkaloids extracted from the rhizome. As an herbal medicine, the extract has been used as a general tonic, especially for treating inflammations of the digestive system, but also as a topical treatment for skin and ear infections. In addition, the extract has been used, erroneously, to mask illegal drugs during urine tests. The rhizome also produces a natural, yellow dye.

    Goldenseal is widespread through eastern North America, ranging from Vermont south to Georgia, and west to Alabama, Arkansas, and Minnesota. The plant was very common in the Ohio River valley; however, over-collection for the herbal industry has reduced many native populations. The plant grows in rich, moist forests throughout its range.I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $10.00
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    5 Goldenseal Bareroot

    $10.00
  • Alleghany Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

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    This listing is for 1) Alleghany Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

    ‘Alleghany’ (cross between V. rhytidophyllum and V. lantana ‘Mohican’) is a deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub with a dense, globose habit that typically grows 8-10′ tall with a similar spread. Flat umbellate trusses (to 4″ across) of creamy white flowers in spring gives way to berries in early fall. Berries first appear bright red and then change to glossy black. Leathery, wrinkled, ovate-elliptic, dark green leaves (to 6″ long). Foliage is evergreen in the South.

    Zones: 5-8

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    $12.00
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    Alleghany Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

    $12.00
  • 1 Crepe Myrtle Pink/Purple

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    This listing is for 1 Crepe Myrtle Pink/Purple (colors could vary as these are seedlings)

    Crepe myrtle trees, in many varieties, overlook an abundance of southern landscapes. Southern gardeners love their crepe myrtles for summer bloom, attractive, peeling bark and limited crepe myrtle care. How to grow crepe myrtle is not an issue in most areas to which they are hardy.

    These can be planted in Spring, Winter, or Fall.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $15.00$21.00
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    1 Crepe Myrtle Pink/Purple

    $15.00$21.00
  • 12 Japanese Snowball in Quart pot

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    You are buying 12 Japanese Snowball 12-18″ plant in a Quart pot.

    Japanese snowball trees (Viburnum plicatum) are likely to win a gardener’s heart with their lacy white globes of flower clusters hanging heavy on the branches in spring. These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy.

    Topping out at 15 feet, Japanese snowball trees might better be termed shrubs. Japanese snowball information gives a range of 8 to15 feet for mature height, and a little larger for mature spread. Snowballs are upright, multi-stemmed shrubs. Japanese snowball trees flower heavily in spring. The pure white clusters appear in April and May, some reaching 4 inches wide. The clusters include both showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers and small fertile flowers. Butterflies enjoy visiting the snowball flowers. The fruits of the Japanese snowball ripen as summer wanes. The small oval fruits mature in late summer, turning from red to black. Japanese snowball information confirms that the fruits are a source of food for wild birds. The rounded, green leaves of Japanese snowballs trees are attractive, and create dense foliage in summer. They turn yellow, red or purple in fall, then drop, revealing the shrub’s interesting branching structure in winter.

    Planting Snowball Bushes: Thriving in U.S. Department of Agriculture Zones 3 to 9, snowball bushes prefer full sun but also do well with partial shade. Best planted in the fall or spring, snowball bushes appreciate well-drained soil. These are deer resistant.

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    PLEASE NOTE, WE DON’T SHIP TO CANADA, CALIFORNIA, ALASKA, ARIZONA, OREGON, WASHINGTON STATE AND HAWAII! THIS INCLUDES BULBS, POTTED PLANTS AND BAREROOT!*** We do not ship outside the US…..

    $175.00
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    12 Japanese Snowball in Quart pot

    $175.00
  • 1 Elderberry plant (Quart)

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    Growing elderberries is not all that difficult. They can tolerate different conditions like poor soil or overly wet areas. One thing growing elderberries cannot tolerate, however, is drought. When planting elderberry bushes, you should note that the berries will grow on the bushes the first year you plant them. Just remember that the berries will do better the second year. Elderberry planting is done best in well-draining, loamy soil. Sandy soils should be improved by adding a few inches (5 to 10 cm.) of organic matter. When elderberry planting, make sure to allow for cross-pollination. Therefore, two or more cultivars can be planted near each other. Plant them one meter apart (3 ft.) in rows that are four to five meters (13 to 16.5 ft.) apart.

    Depending on variety and conditions, they can grow from 10′ to 20′ tall, but can be pruned and kept much smaller. They do best in gardening zones 3-8. Elderberries prefer rich, moist soil that is well drained, but can tolerate many different growing conditions.

    $15.00
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    1 Elderberry plant (Quart)

    $15.00
  • 1 Sweetgum – Quart

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    This listing is for 1 Sweetgum seedling in a quart pot.

    These are beautiful trees & especially in the fall!!!

    Liquidambar styraciflua is a medium-sized to large tree, growing anywhere from 50–70 feet (15–21 m) in cultivation and up to 150 feet (46 m) in the wild, with a trunk up 2–3 feet (0.61–0.91 m) in diameter, on average. Trees may live to 400 years. The tree is a symmetrical shape and crowns into an egg shape when the branches get too heavy after its first two years of cultivation.

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….

    PLEASE NOTE, WE DON’T SHIP TO CANADA, CALIFORNIA, ALASKA, ARIZONA, OREGON, WASHINGTON STATE AND HAWAII! THIS INCLUDES BULBS, POTTED PLANTS AND BAREROOT!

    $15.00
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    1 Sweetgum – Quart

    $15.00
  • 5 White Foam flower bare root

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    5 White Foam flower bare roots

    Foam Flower’s white, feathery plumes create a mystical look in the spring garden. This interesting plant is deer resistant and will thrive in full sun to partial shade. (Tiarella cordifolia)

    Thanks for taking time to look at our items….I am sorry but we do not ship outside the US, & we cannot ship to Canada, or Hawaii. Thanks so much!

    $10.00
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    5 White Foam flower bare root

    $10.00