Home > Vendors > United States of America/High Country Gardens

pages: ... 5 6 7 8 9 ... next >>

Welcome to Plant Buddy the Plant Finder
Our goal is to assist you in finding a plant. Enclosed is a list of online plants with links to 1450 Nurseries World wide. We offer this service for free and hope others will want to participate. To find the plant quicker, you will need to use the search feature below.

If you're a Nursery, submitting your plants is open to any nursery in the World.  All we require is botanical list of names. Why is this important to you? Its search engine algorithm visibility

Read more if you want your plants listed.


NOTE: Use the Search feature to find a plant. You'll be surprised!

High Country Gardens


Plants - 661,234 plants
Vendors - 1685 vendors


Aquilegia sampler (1 product)

If you can’t make up your mind about which of the beautiful Columbines to use in your garden, try this sampler collection. You receive one plant each of the six varieties, Aquilegia desertorum, Aquilegia chrysantha, Aquilegia caerulea

Aquilegia species

Aquilegia species 'Swallowtail'(R) (1 product)

Green Thumb Award Winner 2000. Certainly one of the most spectacular of our native columbines. ‘Swallowtail’ has huge bi-colored yellow and sweeping 4-4 1/2” long spurs. The flowers appear in late spring and are held on sturdy


Arctostaphylos coloradoensis (1 product)

This fantastic natural hybrid was originally found growing on the high, cold Uncompaghre Plateau of western CO. It is believed to be a cross between groundcover Kinnickinick (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) and the bushier growing Arctostaphylos


Armeria maritima

Armeria maritima 'Compacta' (1 product)

This plant is a rock garden favorite, with its tidy mound of grassy foliage and profusion of rose-pink spherical flowers. Kept deadheaded, flowering will continue throughout much of the summer. Well-drained sandy or loamy soil is best for this


Arrayachillea ageratifolia (1 product)

This low growing yarrow is at home in the rock garden or perennial border when used as a ground cover or edging plant. A reliably heavy bloomer, it covers itself with bright clusters of small white flowers for weeks in the late spring. Its’


Artemisia 'Powis Castle' (1 product)

This is a very underused ornamental sage. With dissected silver-gray foliage, it is the perfect companion plant to use with other flowering perennials and ornamental grasses to bring out interesting contrasts of leaf color and texture. It almost

Artemisia abrotanum

Artemisia abrotanum 'Tangerine' (1 product)

A non-flowering perennial herb with feathery, deep olive-green foliage and a nice mounding shape. Shear back in early spring. - Zones 4-10. 36” x 36” wide.

Artemisia frigida (1 product)

A widespread native sage prevalent to short-grass prairie throughout the West, Fringed Sage adds a pleasing touch of gray to the lush green of the prairie grasses. The foliage forms a low mat of fragrant, feathery-gray foliage from which the

Artemisia tridentata (1 product)

This low-care evergreen native shrub is renowned for its aromatic silver leaves. Big Sage develops a twisted shaggy trunk and branches as it matures, making it a striking accent plant in rock gardens or against walls and fences. A slow to moderate

Artemisia versicolor

Artemisia versicolor 'Seafoam' (1 product)

‘Seafoam’ is a textural dream come true with its frothy curled silver foliage. I love to use it as a vigorous groundcover in hot, sunny areas to plant under taller perennials like Russian Sage, ‘Moonshine’ Yarrow and


Asclepias tuberosa (1 product)

The glowing orange flowers of this native wildflower are irresistible to hummingbirds, butterflies and people! This long-lived, tap-rooted plant needs a couple of growing seasons to establish its deep roots and reach mature size. Our uncommon strain

pages: ... 5 6 7 8 9 ... next >>