perennials & grasses...
Every year we try to find unique & interesting plants to grow and sell, many chosen specifically for attracting bees and other pollinators, some for their medicinal properties, many for their longevity, beauty or uniqueness. Our sandy soil and abundant sunlight encourages us to grow low maintenance/low water plants.
Among the selection are native plants, culinary herbs, medicinal herbs, garden perennials and ornamental grasses.
We source our plants from many places:
~ divisions from plants in our garden (and other gardeners')
~ bare root plants or plugs purchased
~ and plants purchased or traded locally.
~ plants we have grown from seed - either collected or purchased: we do not buy ANYTHING from companies that sell seed owned by Seminis, Monsanto, Syngenta or any other company that supports, sells or develops GMO/GE.
Bee Glade Nursery believes in educating customers in regards to invasive plants, and we carefully select plants that should not be a danger to wild areas. If we seem unaware of something, please let us know- it is all about sharing information! :)
Here are most of the plants we have on offer
at Bee Glade Farm. However, we have quite a
few more that are NOT listed because they
haven't emerged from their winter sleep yet
or I only have one or two pots of the variety.
We also have willows.
It is always a good idea to ask if you are looking for
something specific...we might have it!
Blueberry, ‘Chippewa’ & ‘Northland’
Golden Flowering currant, Ribes aureum
Raspberry ‘Fall Gold’
Heathers, Erica sp.
*Big Bluestem, Andropogan gerardii "New Wave'
*Blue Indian, Sorghastrum nutans 'Indian Steel'
*Graybeard Grass, Spodiopogan sibiricus
*Switch Grass, Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah'
Flame Grass, Miscanthus sinensis purpurescens
*E. angustifolia, Narrow -Leaved coneflower
*E. pallida, Pale Coneflower
*E. paradoxa, Yellow Coneflower
E. tennesseensis, Tennessee Coneflower
Echinacea pupurea ‘Cheyenne Sprit’
Echinacea pupurea ‘Maui Sunshine’
Echinacea pupurea ‘Pow wow Wild berry’
Echinacea pupurea ‘Purple Emperor’
Some of these Echinacea are field grown and might require digging up. :)
PERENNIALS, HERBS, MEDICINAL, POLLINATOR PLANTS
*Bee balm, Spotted Monarda punctata
*Blazing Star, Liatris spicata
*False Indigo, Baptisia australis 'Purple Smoke'
*Goldenrod, Solidago canadensis 'Goldenwings'
*Rose, Nootka Rosa nutkana
*Skullcap, Sculletaria lateriflora
*Sweet Coneflower, Rudbeckia subtomentosa
*Sweet Grass, Hierochloe odorata
Allium atropurpureum, Ornamental onion
Allium sphaerocephalon, Drumstick Allium
Asian lily: ‘Cobra’
Asian lily: ‘Garden Party’
Asian lily: ‘Kaveri’
Asian lily: ‘Tiger Edition’
Aster, A. novae angliae 'Andenken an Alma Potschke'
Bee Balm, Monarda bradburiana
Burnet, Japanese Bottlebrush Sanguisorba obtusa
Catmint hybrid Nepeta x faassenii 'Six Hills Giant'
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Sunburst'
Costmary, Balsamita vulgaris
Daylily, Hemeocallis ‘Frans Hals’
Daylily, Hemeocallis ‘South Seas’
Daylily, Hemeocallis ‘Wine Berry Candy’
Elecampagne, Inula racemosa ‘Sonnenspeer’
Geranium, Bigroot, G. macrorrhizum 'Bevan's
Geranium, hardy 'Brookside'
Geranium, hardy 'New Hampshire Purple'
Geranium, White cranesbill, G. sanguineum 'Album'
Iris, Dutch, I. ensata ‘Lion King’
Iris, Iris siberica ‘Butter & Sugar’
Joe Pye Weed, Eupatorium
Lady’s Mantle, Alchemilla ‘Gold Strike’
Lamb’s Ears, Stachys byzantine
Mint, Mountain, Pycanthemum pilosum
Mint, Silver Mentha longifolia
Russian Sage, Perovskia ‘Lacey Blue’
Sage, Salvia ‘Caradonna’
Thyme, ‘Doone Valley’
Yarrow, Achillea millefolium 'Moonshine'