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What we found for Iris...

Low Maintenance Plantings Page

...tostigma Plumbagnoides - False Plumbago DT Liatris - Gayfeather DT Geranium Hosta Agastache - Hyssop DT Iris Phlomis - Jerusalem Sage DT Helleborus - Lenten Rose DT Libertia DT Lithodora DT phiopogon - Mondo G...

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Shade Gardening Page

...dormant. Helleborus orientalis. - Water in the first season is crucial. Hosta spp. - Water the first season. Iris douglasiana or I. tenax - Pacific Coast iris. Tolerant of partial shade. Lamium spp. - A shallow rooted ground cov...

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Cut Flower Gardens Page

...(foliage) Gaillardia x grandiflora Gladiolus Gypsophilia paniculata: Baby’s Breath Hosta (foliage) Iris Liatris spicata: Gayfeather Lilium: Lily Limonium latifolium: Statice Monarda: Bee Balm Narciss...

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Deer Resistant Ornamentals Page

...eborus spp. - Hellebore Hemerocallis spp. - Daylily Hosta spp. - Plantain Lily Hyssopus officinalis - Hyssop Iris spp. - Iris Perennials, Bulbs, Grasses, Herbs (cont'd) Knifofia spp. - Red Hot Poker Lavendu...

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Columnar Plantings Page

...nice contrast. Grows 12”+/year reaching 20’ tall and 3-4’ wide. Full sun and good drainage. *Taxus baccata 'Stricta’ - Irish Yew. Dark green spire. Slow growing (3-6”/year) eventually to 20’ tall and 3-5’ wide. Full sun to partial shade. Good d...

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Acorus: Japanese Sweet Flag Page

...le they are larger on Acorus calamus. The leaves of Acorus gramineus are in flattened fans like those of irises, crowded along short rhizomes, while the leaves of Acorus calamus are taller. Both leaves and rhizomes of both species...

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Juncus: Rush Page

...ensifolius A native wetland species with uncharacteristic flat blades/stems, making it look like a mini iris. Typically only 8-12” tall....

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Hardy Geranium: Cranesbill Page

...work well in dappled shade conditions underneath deciduous trees. They combine beautifully with shasta daisies, peonies and iris. Some of our favorite species and varieties commonly found at Portland Nursery are discussed below....

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Add Spring color to your garden with Annuals

Annuals are planted every year and provide color summer till frost. Many annuals can be wintered over indoors or reseed outdoors providing extra value to their flower power!