N & M Herb Nursery Outlet from Hubbard, Oregon always brings a nice mix of interesting plants to the show!
Aloes in bloom
The first combination planting that I've seen using Medinilla.
I considered getting one since they are supposed to remain in bloom for five months but, although they're interesting, they still remind me of a large upside-down flowering salvia.
Heuchera 'Rio' from Blooming Advantage/Blooming Junction is a riot of color. Heucheras have won my heart because of their evergreen foliage in so many beautiful colors.
Sedum Chicks are at again!
What a pleasure to see the Little Prince of Oregon in person. I've admired his countenance on the labels of fab plants for quite a while!
This guy gets around!
Ryan and Mark reprised their fancy facial "hair" creations from the Farwest Show.
Mark was taking a break.
Thank goodness that tillandsias are still so popular as I love them!|
Youngblood, a wholesale nursery, has beautiful plants!
A little piece of British Columbia in the heart of Portland!
The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon does a great job of creating these tables of cut flowers and plants currently in bloom. For someone new to the area or new to gardening, this is an amazing service. For everyone, it's a treat to see so many gorgeous plants!
"Happiness is shopping for plants." It's like they know me!
Cistus brought some thorny characters!
Some softer ones as well, like this Prunus mume 'Dawn.'
Dancing Oaks' table was packed with treasures. One day, I'll plan a trip to see their nursery in person!
Rare Plant Research but I didn't photograph them all.
I bought a screaming pink Cordyline (forgot the variety) and a Lunaria 'Rosemary Verey.' My goal this year is to buy a lot fewer impulse plants. We'll see how long that lasts.
Happy weekend and happy gardening. Go out and buy some more plants!