Site hosted by Build your free website today!
Hidden Meadow Farm
« December 2008 »
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
Entries by Topic
All topics  «
Blog Tools
Edit your Blog
Build a Blog
RSS Feed
View Profile
You are not logged in. Log in
Friday, 12 December 2008
Winter 2008

Quality Perennials, Shrubs, Bedding Plants & Cutting Flowers

Hidden Meadow Farm
RR #2, Box 210B
Adrian, MO 64720
(816) 297-8866

Not all varieties are currently ready for sale. Check for availability.

"More than anything, I must have flowers, always, always..." - Claude Monet

Most annual plants will be ready for sale by mid-to-late April, depending upon weather conditions. Most annuals are started from seed in an unheated greenhouse. Perennials will vary depending on species.

"Perennially Yours"


Sun Loving

Ajuga, Burgundy Glow
Bee Balm Monarda, Jacob Cline
Clematis, The Vagabond, (purple)
Daisies, Shasta
Dianthus, Firewitch, & Neon
Galliardia, Burgundy & Sunrise
Geranium Hardy, Johnsons Blue
Hemerocallis, many varieties
Iberis, Snowflake (Candy Tuft)
Kniphofia Uvaria, Flamenco
Lavender Hardy, Munstead
Miniature Roses, Various
Mums Hardy, Assorted
Perovskia x Longin (Russian Sage)
Rudbeckia, Indian Summer

Shade/Partial Shade

Aquilegia, Blue Shades (Columbine)
Hostas, albo marginata, Blue Mouse Ears, & Paradigm
Viola Sorbet, Blackberry Cream

"What this country needs is dirtier fingernails and cleaner minds." -Will Rogers


Sun Loving

Butterfly bush davidii - Nanho Blue & Royal Red
Forsythia, Lynnwood Gold
Peony, Mme Leonie Calot & Sorbet
Rose, Knock Out
Salix, Hakuro Nishiki
Spirea, Gold Mound
Spiraea nipponica, Snowmound
Syringa meyeri Lilac, Palibin
Viburnum Opulus, Roseum, Common Snowball
Viburnum pl, Summer Snowflake
Weigela florida, Tango, Rumba, & Dwarf Variegated

Shade/Partial Shade

Crape Myrtle, purple, white, red (needs winter protection)
Hydrangea arborescens, Annabelle
Hydrangea mac, Blue Wave
Taxus media, Hicksii


None currently available.

I do have "living wreaths" available. This is a 9" wreath of spaghnum moss, planted with beautiful succulents. When the weather warms up to the 40s, these wreaths can be hung outside, where they will continue to grow. As they get bigger, you cut off the excess growth, to root and form more little babies. Succulents are wonderful plants; they have beautiful colorful foliage, some flower, and they don't require much watering and very little care. Perfect!


Sun Loving

Chrysanthemum Weyr, Pink Bomb
Juniperus conferta, Blue Pacific Shore, tolerates shade
Pennisetum alopecuroides, Foxtrot

Shade/Partial Shade

Liriope, Lily Turf


Acer Palmatum, Atropurpureum, Red Leaf Japanese Maple
Cercis Redbud, Eastern
Chaenomeles Japonica, Japanese Quince
Gleditsia Triaconthos, Shademaster Honey Locust (1 left!)
Koelreuteria Raintree, Golden

Posted by hiddenmeadowfarm at 10:03 PM CST
Post Comment | Permalink | Share This Post

Newer | Latest | Older