This is a basic list of what we have for sale at the nursery.
We have many more plants, but because their stock is limited, they aren't listed here.
Things are constantly changing and we will do our best to keep this page current!
We check all of our plants every day - which takes time - and we are not always quick on the computer.
There are times when a plant gets sold out and we have to rebuild our stock.
Sometimes we have young plants that are not mature enough to sell.
If there's something you really want, please send an email and we will see how we can help you.
Prices reflect how long it takes a plant to mature.
We sell healthy plants at blossoming age, often with more than one plant to a pot.
Younger plants are mentioned in the description.
3"- 4” pots are $5- $6
6”pots are $7- $8
½ gallon are $7- 8 -9
1 gallon pots are generally $10- $12 except for specialty items (plants that are difficult to grow
or take more than 3 to 4 years to reach blooming size)
Allium amplectens Slimleaf Onion. Native to Salt Spring Island. 4” Not available in 2022
Allium cernuum Nodding Onion. Native to Salt Spring Island. Several bulbs in each pot. 4” $6.00, 6" $7.00
Allium cernuum “album” White-flowered Nodding Onion, garden sourced. 4” $6.00
Camassia leichtlinii Great Camas. Native. 4”pot (3 year old plants) $6 Please inquire about mature bulbs.
Cerastium arvense Field Chickweed 4” $6.00 Not Available 2022
Delphinium menziesii Menzie’s Larkspur. Native to Salt Spring Island. It can grow from 4 to 24 inches tall ! In cultivation the colours range from deep royal blue to pale lilac. 4” $6.00 Gallon $10
Dodecatheon hendersonii - see Primula hendersonii
Dodecatheon pulchellum - see Primula pauciflora
Eriophyllum lanatum Woolly Sunflower. Native to Salt Spring Island. Sourced from wild seeds a decade ago. 6”pot $7 Not Available 2022
Erythronium oregonum White Fawn Lily, Native to Saltspring Island. 1gal $15 (2 + bulbs) by special order only
I prefer to sell these as bulbs in late summer through fall.
Large blooming size bulbs (over ten years old) are $8,
Medium (will most likely bloom) are $5,
and small are a dozen for $10.
Fritillaria affinis (F. lanceolata) Chocolate Lily. Native to Salt Spring Island. Blooming size bulbs $10 each. Only a few available in 2022.
Heuchera micrantha Small-flowered Alumroot These have delicate sprays of flowers that add wonders to bouquets. They are long-lived (I have plants in my garden that are 30 years old) . 4” $6 , ½ gallon $8.00
Lithophragma parviflora Woodland Star. 4” $6 Native to Salt Spring Island.
Lomatium nudicaule Wild Celery, Barestem Biscuitroot A very special plant! 4”, ½ gallon $8.00, gallon $10.00
Lomatium utriculatum Spring Gold. Native to Salt Spring Island. 4” , 1/2 gal $8
Micranthes integrifolia (a.k.a. Saxifraga integrifolia) Easy to grow in a wet but well drained area, but do not let it dry out in spring. In the summer it will completely die down and is drought-proof! 4” $6
Maianthemum dilatatum False-Lily-of-the-Valley. Heart-shaped leaves, grows well in shade in humus rich soil. ½ gallon $8 gallon $10
Olsynium douglasii Satinflower 4”/$6 or 6”/$10 Sold out 2022 Perideridia gairdneri Yampah. Native to Salt Spring Island. Flowers in August/September, a great late-blooming plant. Every part of it is edible. 4”/$6, 6”/$7 gallon $12
Primula hendersonii Broad-leaved Shooting-Star. Native to Salt Spring Island. 4” $6.00, 1/2 gallon $10
Primula pauciflora var. pauciflora Few-flowered Shooting Star. 4” $6.00, Large 5-year old plants, very striking! $12
Romanzoffia tracyi Tracy's Mistmaiden. Native to Vancouver Island. Such a sweet little plant! 3"and 4" $ 5-6
Sedum lanceolatum ssp. nesioticus The short, tough, native Lance-leaved Stonecrop, found only on rocky islands
in the Salish Sea. Limited quantities. 4” $6.00
Sedum oreganum Oregon Stonecrop. My plants originally came from Hornby Island 4” $6.00
Sedum spathulifolium Broad-leaved Stonecrop. "Cape Blanco" originally from Oregon. 3" $3.00 , 4” $6.00
Sedum spathulifolium Broad-leaved Stonecrop. Native to Salt Spring Island. 4" $6.00
Symphyotrichum sp. (subspicatum?) Douglas Aster This species is under review (meaning I can't guarantee what I have). A wild SSI Aster that loves sun and water. 1/2 gal $7
Tellima grandiflora Fringecup. Native to Salt Spring Island. For shady locations with adequate water.
Wonderful fragrance! 4" 6.00
Triteleia hyacinthina Fool's Onion or White Brodiaea. Native to Salt Spring Island. 4” $6.00 ½ gallon $8.00
Vancouveria hexandra Inside-out flower. Native to Washington and Oregon, and hardy here. A delicate, fern-like groundcover with small white flowers. It should be better known. 1/2 gallon $8.00.
Vancouveria planipetala Native to Washington and Oregon, and hardy here. This grows luxuriantly in dry shade with a covering of Douglas Fir needles or other light compost. I never have to water it! But it doesn't like to be pot-bound. If you want some, please send me an email and I'll dig some up for you. $8.
If I don't have what you want, please check out Fraser Thimble Farms http://www.thimblefarms.com/
and Satinflower Nurseries https://satinflower.ca/