I wonder what kind of reception this thing gets?
Nothing unusual here but sempervivums & succulents always make me smile!
I nearly bought an Agave utahhensis but passed.
Can anyone ever have too many dragons in his/her garden?
Mahonia's red foliage looking especially nice.
Chaenomeles (flowering quince) 'Pink Storm' looking rosey!
Spadus shovelarianum 'flore pleno' is the double flowered form of this beauty which is sometimes confused with Cast Iron Plant. This is one of the longer-blooming plants available and is surprisingly winter hardy in all zones.
Whenever I see Fritillaria imperialis in bloom, I swear to buy a few when the bulb catalogs come out but always forget.
Here is Alison delighted to find a primrose with leaves that match the brown of her sweater with blooms that match her top. You can see the flower color better in the next picture.
Is this a designer plant?
Here's what I picked up at Dragonfly:
I had to get one of the primroses pictured above that matches Alison's outfit.
Scilla peruviana. Another that I keep telling myself to order when the bulb catalogues arrive but keep forgetting.
By the time we were done with this nursery, all of us were tired and decided to head home. However, there were a couple more nurseries on the way home and my car seems to automatically drive into the parking lot of any place that sells plants.