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Currant (Ben Nevis Black)

This is a very productive plant with large, firm berries. The plants are very disease resistant, hardy, and dependable.

 

$20.00

Currant (Red Lake)

Red Lake Red Currant is a small shrub that is commonly grown for its edible qualities, although it does have ornamental merits as well. It produces clusters of red round berries which are usually ready for picking from early to mid summer. The berries have a tart taste and a juicy texture.
 

$20.00

Currant (White Pearl)

A prolific bearer once fully established. In spring, clusters of yellow-green flowers are followed by long, hanging clusters of ripe, round, “pearl-White” berries. Great fresh or in jellies and pies.

 

$24.00

Daylily (Macbeth)

These fragrant, lavender-purple blooms with bright yellow eye zones are show-stoppers in your garden! Ruffled, picotee-edged, 15cm single blooms. One of the best purple daylilies.

 

$16.00

Daylily (Mauna Loa)

Ruffled, orange-blended flowers, blooms in midsummer. Flowers arise out of narrow grasslike foliage. Clump forming.

 

$16.00

Daylily (Moses Fire)

Fully double red flowers are massive and re-blooming and make a brilliant impression. Flowers arise out of narrow grasslike foliage. Clump forming.

 

$10.00

Dianthus (Bath's Pink Cheddar Pink)

Loads of single, soft pink blooms cover low mounding, fine textured foliage though early and mid summer months.

 

$15.00

Dill (Fern Leaf)

The perfect patio container dill! Unlike taller, floppy varieties, these dwarf, compact plants do not need staking and won’t topple over. Add in later flowering and lush, dark green leaves, and you’ve got plants that look great all season. Use it fresh, frozen and dried to enjoy the taste all year long.

 

$8.00

Dogwood (Bud's Yellowtwig)

An improved yellow-stemmed selection that has better foliage, more consistent bark colour and better cold hardiness. A Boughen Nursery introduction.

 

$28.00

Dogwood (Cream Cracker ™)

This lovely dogwood boasts a compact, rounded form with green leaves and striking creamy golden margins. Developed as an improvement on the old mottled dogwood.

 

$31.00

Dogwood (Ivory Halo)

Best grown in organically rich, consistently moist, fertile, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soils. Established shrubs tolerate some dry soils as well as occasional standing water. Trim roots with a spade and promptly remove root suckers if colonial spread is undesired.

 

$30.00

Dogwood (Little Rebel ®)

Little Rebel® offers crisp green foliage throughout the growing season in combination with a round compact form. It’s smooth bark is blood-red in winter.

 

$30.00

Dogwood (Pagoda)

Native to southern Manitoba, this large shrub offers horizontal tiered branching. White flow-ers produce blue fruit in fall. Can be pruned to a single stem to make an accent plant.

 

$30.00

Dogwood (Prairie Fire) #1

This shrub boasts of bright golden leaves throughout the summer and fall and then attractive red stems through the winter. Highly visible in the landscape.

 

$20.00

Dogwood (Prairie Fire) #2

This shrub boasts of bright golden leaves throughout the summer and fall and then attractive red stems through the winter. Highly visible in the landscape.

 

$30.00