To simplify things, our catalogue is organized alphabetically.
We avoided the use of some abbreviations common in the industry, making it an easy read for everyone.
You will find info such as the name of the plant, who registered it in what year, the height of the scape and the flower size. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the picture.
Unless mentioned in the text, most pictures are ours.
Early – June into July
Midseason – July
Late – July into August
Registered Rebloomer – The plant produces a second scape (or more) in warmer climates where the growing season is longer.
Confirmed Rebloomer – We have confirmed a second scape (or more) in our gardens.
Evergreen – In warmer climates, the leaves stay green year-round. In Canada,
they die back in winter. (If insufficient snow cover, should be mulched).
Semi-evergreen – In warmer climates where winter freeze occurs, the foliage dies back.
Dormant – Regardless of the horticultural zone the plant is grown in, the foliage dies back in winter.
The asterisk *after the name of the plant refers to the chromosome count of the plant,
information useful for hybridizing purposes.
Diploid – No asterisk, refers to a single set of chromosomes.
Tetraploid – The asterisk refers to a double set of chromosomes, usually making it a stronger plant.
Unless otherwise stated, plants are sold as double fans. In the case of single fans, they are potted up as such in the spring. Any increase belongs to you. Fall is a great time to purchase our plants as you benefit from a full growing season. The following spring, plants will already be big and clumpy!