EBERT'S GREENHOUSE VILLAGE – 200 by fjzhangweiqun

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                                 Ebert's Greenhouse Village


Bamboo – Fargesia jiuzhaigou ‘Genf’ (Red Stem Bamboo) (10): Height 8-12’. Width 4-6’.

Buddleia ‘Lo and Behold’ (10, 10): Height 3-4’. Width: 3’. Blue flowering dwarf hybrid.
Great for butterflies and hummingbirds. Zone 5.

Caryopteris x ‘Mimbleu’ aka ‘Petite Bleu’ (10): Height 2-3’. Width 2’. Tight, compact
growth, deep blue flowers. Zone 5.

Clematis ‘Festoon Bonanza’ (10): Height 10’. Width 3-4’. 2” mauve-blue flowers with
yellow stamens. Free flowering from mid-summer to fall. Zone 3-9. Call for availability.

Digitalis ‘Camelot Lavender’ (10): Height 3-4’. Flower spikes of pure lavender with dark
speckles.

Digitalis ‘Camelot Rose’ (10): Height 3-4’. Flower spikes of pure rose.

Echinacea ‘Hot Papaya’ (20): Height 2-3’. Width 2’. The first double orange coneflower held
high on sturdy stems. Call for availability.

Echinacea ‘Mac & Cheese’ (10): Height 2’. Width 2’. The brightest yellow coneflower on the
market with 4.5” golden yellow flowers.

Echinacea ‘Meringue’ (10): Height 18”. Width 24”. Fully double white flowers on a shorter,
more compact plant.

Echinacea ‘Merlot’ (10): Height 34”. Width 30”. Very large rose pink flowers with wine-red
stems and petioles. Heavy producer.

Echinacea ‘Milkshake’ (10): Height 3. Width 2’. Like ‘Meringue’ but much taller like the
native species.

Echinacea ‘Tiki Torch’ (10): Height 24”. Width 2-3’. The brightest single petalled orange
coneflower around.

Echinacea ‘Tomato Soup’ (10): Height 2’3’. Width 2-3’. The best red single coneflower
available.

Fern – Athyrium ‘Applecort’ (10): Height 1-2’. Width 12”. All the same characteristics of
the traditional Japanese fern but with heavy cresting of the fronds.
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Fern – Athyrium filix-femina ‘Cruciato-cristatum’ ‘Dre’s Dagger’) (Crested Fern) (10):
Height 18”. Width 18”. Narrow, deep green fronds are criss-crossed, coming to a narrow point
with a terminal crest.

Fern – Athyrium ‘Ghost’ (10): Height 18-24”. Width 12”. Silver-white fronds really brighten
up that shady spot.

Fern – Athyrium filix-femina ‘Lady in Red’ (Northern Lady Fern) (10): Height 24”. Width
15”. Lacy, light green foliage with crimson stripes.

Fern – Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern) (10): Height 4’. Width 3’. Spreading,
upright clumps. Triangular green fronds with black stems. Zone 3

Fern - Dryopteris erythrosa ‘Autumn’ (Autumn Fern) (10): Height 2-3’. Coppery pink
fronds open to bronze green. Zone 5.

Grass – Calamagrostis x. acut. 'Avalanche' (10): Height 3’. Width 3’. Variegated form of
Karl Foerster, green and white. Zone 4.

Grass - Calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerster’ (15): Height4-5’. White, spikes fade to a rose with tan
seed heads. Upright form. Zone 4.

Hakonechloa macra ‘All Gold’ (10): Height 12-18”. Width 12”. All gold Japanese Forest
grass.

Grass - Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ (10): Height 4-6’. Width 3-4’. Vase shaped with
long, arching, narrow green leaves. Burgundy to dark pink plumes. Matures beige. Zone 4.

Grass - Miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’ (10): Height 4-5’. Width 3-4’. Very narrow,
rolled leaves with bronzy red spikes. Zone 4.

Grass - Miscanthus sinensis ‘Stictus’ (Porcupine Grass) (10): Height 5-6’. Width 3-4’.
Bright green foliage with golden horizontal banding. Pale yellow seed heads. Zone 4.

Grass - Miscanthus sinensis ‘Variegatus’ (10): Height 5-6’. Width 3-4’. Vase shaped. White
and green longitudinal striped leaves with pink plumes. Zone 5.

Heucherella ‘Sweet Tea’ (10): Height 20”. Width 24”. Nice orange tea colored leaves with
darker cinnamon veins. Great heat and humidity tolerance.

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Blue Chiffon’ (10): Height 8-10’. Width 4’. Blue flowers with lacy center.

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Notwoodone' aka 'Lavender Chiffon' (10):        Height 6-10’. Width 10’.
Lavender with lacy center.


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Ebert's Greenhouse Village
2010 Willoway
Hibiscus syriacus ‘Little Kim’ (10): Height 3-4’. Width 3-4’. A nice compact Rose of Sharon
with white flowers and a red eye. Call for availability.

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Floru’ aka ‘Violet Satin’ (10): Height 6-10’. Width 5’. Beautiful single
deep red-violet blooms. Strong grower.

Hosta ‘Blue Angel’ (10): Height 30”. Width 48”. Nice blue leaves with nice white blooms.

Hosta ‘Guacamole’ (10): Height 22”. Width 20-24”. Nice shiny rounded green leaves with
lavender flowers.

Leucanthemum ‘Banana Cream’ (25): Height 15-18”. Width 24”. Shades of yellow flowers
that hold their color well. Great cut flower.

Parthenocissus tri. ‘Robusta’ (Robusta Virginia creeper, Boston Ivy) (10): Height 30-50’,
Thick, waxy leaves, brilliant orange-red in fall. Vigorous. Sun or Shade. Zone 3.

Phlox paniculata ‘Bubblegum Pink’ (10): Height 24”. Width 18”. True bubblegum pink
flowers with dark pink eye. The best mildew resistant series available.

Phlox paniculata ‘Coral Crème Drop’ (10): Height 24”. Width 18”. Coral flowers with rose
eye. The best mildew resistant series available.

Phlox paniculata ‘Cotton Candy’ (10): Height 24”. Width 18”. Lavender pink flowers with
white eye. The best mildew resistant series available.

Phlox paniculata ‘Grape Lollipop’ (10): Height 24”. Width 18”. Deep purple flowers with
red eye. The best mildew resistant series available.

Rhamnus frangula ‘Ron Williams’ (Fine Line Buckthorn) (10): Height 5-7’. Width 2-3’.
Upright habit with fern like foliage. Great specimen plant, hedge or screen. Zone 2. Call for
availability.

Roses - See Rose List.
       1. Zephrine Drouhin (15)

Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ (Elderberry) (15): Height 6’. Width 5’. Lace leaf purple
foliage and white/blush flowers in spring. Zone 4.

Yucca filamentosa (5): Height 3’. Width 3’. Wide grass-like blades with long stalks of white
flowers. Drought tolerant.

Yucca ‘Color Guard’ (5): Height 3-6’. Width 2-3’. Variegated leaves of green and gold with
long stalks of white flowers.


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