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Talinum okanoganense

Talinum okanoganense

This sounds like a lake monster from an X Files episode, mats to 20cm white flowers held just above the leaves, it is native from Washington up into British Columbia.
$8.00

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Talinum spinescens

Talinum spinescens

A favorite of mine spinescens is found almost exclusively on the scabland-basalt outcrops growing in pockets of clay. Collected on Divide Ridge at 4850'; prostrate cushions of succulent sausage leaves from a fleshy taproot give rise to a floating mass of deep rose flowers.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Tanacetum albipanosum

Tanacetum albipanosum

A neat littly silvery Tansy from Mojmir, fragrant dissected leaves, this is excellent for a dryland garden.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Tanacetum tibeticum

Tanacetum tibeticum

Mojmir's collections from 5000m in the Tanglangla Pass dwarf shrubby silvery grey cushions and yellow flowers on short scapes, don't miss out, this may be a one-time deal it is quite a hike to go back for more seed.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Taraxacum albidum

Taraxacum albidum

My favorite dandelion, large pure white flowers, at one time I had only a single plant, which narrowly escaped disaster at the hands of employees and visitors who kept trying to be helpful and weed it out. Not to worry they are all hanging out with Hoffa and the plant finally flowered and set seed; so now, we have plenty.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Teucrium ackermanii

Teucrium ackermanii

Low spreading mats of gray lavender like foliage, showy rose-purple flowers, an obscure plant that came to us from Siskiyou.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Teucrium aroanium

Teucrium aroanium

Mats of silvery foliage, showy pinkish purple flowers with long curving exerted stamens, cute enough for a place in a trough, native to Greece.____ZONE 6
$8.00

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Teucrium cossonii (pulverulantum)

Teucrium cossonii (pulverulantum)

From Majorca on limestone, mounds of gray narrow aromatic leaves, purplish red flowers, blooms for extended periods, fairly hardy.____ZONE 6
$12.00

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Teucrium polium aureum 'Mrs Milstead'

Teucrium polium aureum 'Mrs Milstead'

I find myself liking teucriums more and more all the time. This is one of the nicest for foliage effect, forms a low, even trailing mound in the rock garden with small, very fuzzy, very grey leaves that looks absolutely terrific all the time. Flowers in early summer are yellow and nice but don't hold a candle to the foliage. Zone 5
$12.00

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Thalictrum 'Elin'

Thalictrum 'Elin'

A huge plant at maturity, I first saw it in The Martins garden in Bay City and was very impressed, mine have been very slow, but we do finally have a few divisions to offer.
$15.00

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