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Maianthemum bifolium v kamtschatum 'Minima'

Maianthemum bifolium v kamtschatum 'Minima'

A dwarf version of the Eurasian false lily of the valley, white flowers followed by red fruits it is a neat little creeper for the woodland garden.____ZONE 5
$15.00

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Maianthemum dilatatum 'Baby Moon'

Maianthemum dilatatum 'Baby Moon'

Unbearably cute with golden edged little round leaves this thing is much nicer than our native canadense, the taxonomy is a bit confused but I believe dilatatum is conspecific with kamtschatum which some consider part of biflorum, how can a genus of 3 or 4 species get so confused? It's also called Snakeberry and Two Leaved Soloman's Seal and the ever ubiquitus Wild Lily of the Valley.____ZONE 5
$19.00

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Maianthemum stellatum ssp. Crassum (Smilacina racemosa dwarf)

Maianthemum stellatum ssp. Crassum (Smilacina racemosa dwarf)

Maianthemum stellatum var. crassum An amazing little thing glaucous blue almost succulent foliage on plants just a few inches high, it wanders around in the garden making a tuft here and a tuft there and is extremely cute. I had admired this in Fred Case's garden for years and finally begged a piece several years ago. We have slowly built up stock and finally have enough to offer. I consider it one of the choicest plants in our woodland garden.____ZONE 4
$24.00

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Manfreda 'Jaguar'

Manfreda 'Jaguar'

Dramatic almost BLACK leaves in full sun, green with lots of dark spots in less light. Very dramatic and cool looking, the leaves are thick, fleshy and very tropical looking, giving you much of the look of an agave without the vicious spines. Should reach a couple feet wide and tall, and mature plants will flower in fall in typical manfreda fashion, which is to say, nothing to write home about. It is all about the leaves here. Zone 7
$15.00

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Mentha capensis himalayensis (Mentha longifolia)

Mentha capensis himalayensis (Mentha longifolia)

Something is wrong here I don't think the Himalayas have a cape or vice versa. I think Mentha longifolia subsp. hymalaiensis is more likely. ____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Mertensia virginica

Mertensia virginica

Virginia blue Bells are prized for their display of lovely sky blue flowers in the spring, very beautiful when massed in a shady spot; an easy plant (unlike the western alpine species) that belongs in every garden.
$12.00

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Minuartia juniperina

Minuartia juniperina

Mojmir's 1998 collection from the stony slopes of Sultan Dagh where he found it up at 2100m, the dense spiny cushions of needle-like leaves tossing up 5-15cm scapes of white flowers. I love the austere beauty of the spiny cushioned dry-landers displayed against a stark rocky backdrop.
$8.00

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Mitchella repens

Mitchella repens

An elegant ground cover with flat sprays of dark glossy evergreen leaves with pairs of sweet white flowers like a long-tubed Jasmine followed by scarlet berries, Partridge Berry is a very aristocratic plant that is never weedy. Mitchella ranks as one of the best ground covers for shade, just the thing to plant under your pear tree. Note that the woodlanders marked with an * ship either early to mid march or summer dormant.
$8.00

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Muehlenbeckia axilaris

Muehlenbeckia axilaris

A mat forming member of the Polygonaceae, its cute, and hardy here, which is more than you can say for most of the New Zealand flora.____ZONE 6
$12.00

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Mukdenia rossii

Mukdenia rossii

Actually, I prefer Aceriphyllum; Mukdenia sounds so… well, mucky, not at all apropos. An engaging monotypic woodland Saxifrage relative from China; with large maple like leaves; the 5 petaled starry white flowers are in compact helicoid cymes arising from the creeping rootstock.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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