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Peonies
Our double pink and white peonies are 1.5-2 foot tall flowering perennials that are simply beautiful.

Dwarf Rhododendrons
Small leafed rhododendrons that are very slow growing and usually will stay mounded at a height of less than three feet in ten years.

Perennials
Perennials are the flowers that thrive in our growing area and do not die out but come back year after year. This is different than those hardy annuals that drop seeds and return year after year from seed.

Species Rhododendron
Species Rhododendrons are the native plants that are found in nature all over the world. They grow in the wild and have not been altered by human processes. Typically these rhododendrons are grown from seed.

Coming Soon
Rhododendrons and Azaleas that are out of stock or being propagated at this time. If you are interested in purchasing these plants you can sign up for our newsletter to get updates when new plants are available.

New Plants!
Rhododendrons, perennials and azaleas recently added to our nursery collection.

Hybrid Rhododendrons
Hybrid rhodododendrons are cross-pollinated variations of different types of rhododendrons. They are perfect landscape plant for the Pacific Northwest. There are over 800 varieties of rhododendrons, with more being developed all the time. These evergreen plants range from one to six or more feet of growth in ten years. Colors range from white to nearly black, with many multicolored flowers also available.

Shrubs
Various types of non-rhododendron shrubs (see other categories for rhododendrons and azaleas)

Azalea
Azaleas are in the Rhododendron family. Deciduous azaleas lose their leaves in winter. They are extremely hardy and flower well year after year.