Our Plants

This is an ongoing list of the plants that we carry at our nursery.  THIS IS NOT YET A COMPLETE LIST!!!  It is a work in progress...and we hope to have it finished soon. Be patient!

Please call 802-785-2167 or email kevin@ecbrownsnursery.com to get a full listing.

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Jeffersonia diphylla

Jeffersonia diphylla

Common Name: Twinleaf

It is a clump-forming plant that typically grows to 8” tall when in flower in early spring, but continues to grow thereafter eventually reaching 18” tall by the time its fruit ripens. Features long-stemmed, blue-green basal leaves (to 6” long) which are deeply divided into two lobes that give the appearance of being two separate leaves, hence the common name.

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Juniperus chinensis 'Robusta Green'

Juniperus chinensis 'Robusta Green'

Common Name: Robusta Green Upright Juniper

A wonderfully unique and acrhitectural shrub with an irregular upright form, rich green foliage that's unusually tousled in clumps and bountiful dusty blue cones; quite slow growing, unique form is ideal for making a statement in the garden

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Juniperus chinensis 'Trautman'

Juniperus chinensis 'Trautman'

Common Name: Trautman's Upright Juniper

A narrow columnar evergreen shrub, makes a great accent or articulation plant in home landscapes; interesting blue-green needle-like foliage and extraordinary, large silver-blue berries; a very versatile landscape plant, needs full sun

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Juniperus communis var. depressa 'AmiDak'

Juniperus communis var. depressa 'AmiDak'

Common Name: Blueberry Delight Common Juniper

It features an abundance of magnificent cones that look like blueberries from late spring right through to late winter. Birds go crazy for them.  Perfect for massing in the landscape. Deer resistant. Provides outstanding cover for wildlife. 

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Juniperus communis var. depressa 'ReeDak'

Juniperus communis var. depressa 'ReeDak'

Common Name: Copper Delight Common Juniper

This dense, slightly mounded evergreen will provide color interest year round thanks to its attractive, light green foliage that transitions to coppery-bronze in the fall, particularly on new growth.

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Juniperus viriginana 'Blue Arrow'

Juniperus viriginana 'Blue Arrow'

Common Name: Blue Arrow Upright Juniper

A narrow, upright, columnar, and compact branching juniper. Great for screening or hedging, this bright steel blue juniper will reach a height of 15-20 feet with a spread of 2-4 feet.

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Kolkwitzia amabilis

Kolkwitzia amabilis

Common Name: Beautybush

Flowers are followed by capsule-like fruits that usually persist on the plants. Broad-ovate dark green leaves (to 3” long) turn an undistinguished yellow in fall. Exfoliating bark on mature stems provides some winter interest.

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Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenaway'

Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenaway'

Common Name: Anne Greenaway Dead Nettle

grows up to 8 inches tall and 18 inches wide and is topped with lilac-mauve flowers in late spring. The stems root where they touch the soil, so it's easy to lift and transplant rooted stems to increase your stand. It makes a nice groundcover in a shady garden around ferns, hostas, heucheras, or geraniums.

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Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'

Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'

Common Name: Purple Dragon Dead Nettle

grows up to 8 inches tall and 18 inches wide and is topped with lilac-mauve flowers in late spring. The stems root where they touch the soil, so it's easy to lift and transplant rooted stems to increase your stand. It makes a nice groundcover in a shady garden around ferns, hostas, heucheras, or geraniums.

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Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'

Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'

Common Name: White Nancy Dead Nettle

Features oval, variegated silvery-white leaves with greenish margins. Clusters of small, hooded, white flowers (typical mint family shape) appear at stem ends in late spring to early summer.

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Larix decidua 'Horstmann's Recurva'

Larix decidua 'Horstmann's Recurva'

Common Name: Contorted European Larch

Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 8' tall x 4' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Common Name: Weeping European Larch

Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 8' tall x 4' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Larix kaempferi 'Diana'

Larix kaempferi 'Diana'

Common Name: Diana Japanese Larch

Native to Japanese forests, this form grows fast and upright in a pyramid shape. It's a traditional subject for bonsai.

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Larix laricina

Larix laricina

Common Name: Tamarax, Eastern Larch

American larch or tamarack is a slender-trunked, conical tree, 50-75 ft. tall, with bright green, deciduous needles. The glossy needles appear in remarkably soft tufts in early spring. Deciduous tree with straight, tapering trunk and thin, open, conical crown of horizontal branches; a shrub at timberline. In autumn they color golden-yellow before falling to the ground.

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Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

Common Name: Deborah Waxman Larch

The flowers are not ornamentally significant. The rose fruits are held in cones in late spring. The rough gray bark and gold branches add an interesting dimension to the landscape.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Alaska'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Alaska'

Common Name: Alaska Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. Formerly known as Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska.' This is one of the most popular selections, and perhaps the best for colder regions.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Becky'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Becky'

Common Name: Becky Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. 

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Polaris'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Polaris'

Common Name: Polaris Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.  Coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (basal leaves to 12” long). Blooms most of the summer. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Sonnenschein'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Sonnenschein'

Common Name: Sunshine Shasta Daisy

A yellow daisy! Huge pale lemon-yellow daisies with golden-yellow centers measure 3-5 inches across. The yellow color is more evident in younger flowers and is best preserved with some afternoon shade.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Thomas Killen'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Thomas Killen'

Common Name: Thomas Killen Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. 

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Lewisia longipetala 'Little Peach'

Lewisia longipetala 'Little Peach'

Common Name: Little Peach Bitterroot

This is a gorgeous little evergreen alpine has wonderful powers of survival, thanks to its deep tap root. Long flowering season with a second in the Fall.

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Liatris aspera

Liatris aspera

Common Name: Rough Blazing Star

The button-like flowers are attractive to butterflies – Swallowtails, Monarch, Sulphurs, Hairstreaks, Fritillaries, Painted Lady, Red Admiral – depending on what butterflies are in your area, they're likely to visit this plant along with hummingbirds and other pollinators.

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Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket'

Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket'

Common Name: Bottle Rocket Ligularia

Very compact compared to other varieties of Ligularia, Bottle Rocket reaches just 2 feet tall until midsummer, when giant foot-long bloomspikes arise to dazzle! Butterflies and hummingbirds find these blooms irresistible, and so will you -- they light up the shade magnificently!

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Ligularia dentata 'BBQ Banana'

Ligularia dentata 'BBQ Banana'

Common Name: BBQ Banana Ragwort

Impressive plants with large kidney shaped leaves. Flowers on Ligularia Little Rocket and Ligularia The Rocket are tall spikes high above the foliage. The others are loaded with daisy-like flowers. Interesting foliage color on each variety. Needs constant moisture for best performance.

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Ligularia dentata 'Othello'

Ligularia dentata 'Othello'

Common Name: Othello Ragwort

 Yellow-orange, daisy-like flowers (2-4" across) appear in summer in loose-branched corymbs atop thick, mostly leafless stems rising above the foliage typically to 2-3' tall. Petioles, veins, flower stalks and lower leaf surfaces of this cultivar are distinctively reddish-purple.

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Ligularia dentata 'Twilight'

Ligularia dentata 'Twilight'

Common Name: Twilight Ligularia

Very compact compared to other varieties of Ligularia.

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Ligularia stenocephela 'The Rocket'

Ligularia stenocephela 'The Rocket'

Common Name: The Rocket Ligularia

Small, bright, lemon yellow, daisy-like flowers (1" across) appear in dense racemes (18-24" long) in mid-summer atop thick, purplish, alternately-leafed flower spikes towering above the foliage to 4'

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Ligularia x 'Dragon Wings'

Ligularia x 'Dragon Wings'

Common Name: Dragon Wings Ligularia

The dramatic, leathery leaves are 12 inches across and deeply cut like a snowflake or the wings of a mythical creature. Yellow summer flowers in slender, dense racemes. The leaves and flower spikes have dark purple stems that add to the drama.

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Lilium oriental 'Casa Blanca'

Lilium oriental 'Casa Blanca'

Common Name: Casa Blanca White Oriental Lily

Blooms in mid-summer on rigid stems rising 3-4' tall. Flowers are very fragrant. Excellent fresh cut flower.

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Lilium oriental 'Mona Lisa'

Lilium oriental 'Mona Lisa'

Common Name: Mona Lisa Pink Oriental Lily

Oriental Lilies are long lived, and they will increase in number year after year. They are ideal for summer bouquets because of their heavenly fragrance. Oriental lilies display huge flowers that are richly colored and are borne on long stems. Use them in flower borders or in your own cutting garden.

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Lilium oriental 'Star Gazer'

Lilium oriental 'Star Gazer'

Common Name: Star GazerPink Oriental Lily

Oriental Lilies are long lived, and they will increase in number year after year. They are ideal for summer bouquets because of their heavenly fragrance. Oriental lilies display huge flowers that are richly colored and are borne on long stems. Use them in flower borders or in your own cutting garden.

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Lilium speciosum 'Black Beauty'

Lilium speciosum 'Black Beauty'

Common Name: Black Beauty Lily

This is a floriferous mid-summer bloomer (20-50 blooms per mature plant). Good fresh cut flower.

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Lilium speciosum var. rubrum

Lilium speciosum var. rubrum

Common Name: Rubrum Lily

The Japanese or Rubrum Lilies are later to bloom than other types, with intoxicatingly fragrant, nodding star-shaped flowers that are superb for cutting. Petals are a ruby red and soft pink combination.

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Lilium superbum

Lilium superbum

Common Name: TURK'S CAP LILY

Elliptic to lance-shaped leaves (to 6" long) are arranged in whorls around the stems. Downward-facing, nodding, Turk's cap-type, orange flowers (2.5 to 4" wide) with greenish throats are densely-spotted with maroon. Sharply-reflexed sepals and petals curve backward to touch at the stem thus forming a "Turk's cap". Flowers appear in a loose inflorescence atop upright stems in early to mid summer.

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Lilium x OT 'Conca d'OR'

Lilium x OT 'Conca d'OR'

Common Name: Conca d'Or Hybrid Yellow Lily

'Conca D'or' is a vigorous, bulbous perennial with erect stems bearing linear, spirally-arranged, dark green leaves and, in summer, large, fragrant, yellow flowers with pale yellow to white edges.

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Limonium latifolium

Limonium latifolium

Common Name: Sea Lavender

Plants will produce a number of stems, and the overall effect is billowing and delicate. Very tolerant of hot, dry sites once established. Dislikes being moved or divided. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. To dry, stems should be cut just as the flowers begin to open, and hung upside down in a warm, dark place.

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Lindera benzoin

Lindera benzoin

Common Name: Spicebush, Wild All Spice

Dioecious (male and female flowers on separate plants), with the male flowers being larger and showier than the female ones. Flowers of female plants give way to bright red drupes (to 1/2" long) which mature in fall and are attractive to birds.

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Liriodendron tulipifera

Liriodendron tulipifera

Common Name: Tuliptree

 Fast growing tree suitable for urban planting, specimen and for shade. A member of the vast Magnolia family. Not happy when growing in full shade. Not fully hardy in the Connecticut River Valley, but worth a shot as there are many isolated specimens growing throughout the valley.

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Liriodendron tulipifers

Liriodendron tulipifers

Common Name: Tuliptree

Pyramidal when young, rounded when mature. Leaves turn golden yellow in fall. Tulip-shaped summer flowers followed by interesting fruit.

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Lobelia cardinalis

Lobelia cardinalis

Common Name: Cardinal Flower

Lobelias are not true perennials, because the flowering stem and its associated roots die after setting seed. They are perennial in effect only because new offsets grow from the axils of the lowermost leaves and quickly put down their own abundant white roots.

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Lobelia x spec. 'Fan Blue'

Lobelia x spec. 'Fan Blue'

Common Name: Fan Blue Cardinal Flower

Lobelia is an excellent border plant for moist locations and is a hummingbird magnet. It also attracts butterflies and swallowtails

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Lonicera caerula 'Blue Belle'

Lonicera caerula 'Blue Belle'

Common Name: Blue Belle Honeyberry

Hardy to -40F when fully dormant. Sometimes called Edible Honeysuckle. Plants do not like to grow in very wet soil.  Plant in areas where there is good drainage.

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Lonicera caerula 'var. edulis'

Lonicera caerula 'var. edulis'

Common Name: Honeyberry

Hardy to -40F when fully dormant. Sometimes called Edible Honeysuckle. Plants do not like to grow in very wet soil.  Plant in areas where there is good drainage.

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Lonicera pericylmenum 'Scentsation'

Lonicera pericylmenum 'Scentsation'

Common Name: Scentsation Vine

The flowers are bright yellow and so showy, bringing bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds into the garden by the dozen. They begin in mid-spring on this twining shrub and continue in waves all through summer and into fall. 

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Caprilia Imperial'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Caprilia Imperial'

Common Name: Peaches and Cream Trumpet Vine

A unique new compact Honeysuckle with exotic pink and white bicolor florets make this small vine or shrub a garden focal point.  The buds emerge deep magenta before opening fully to reveal the pink, white and magenta colored flowers. 

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'

Common Name: Major Wheeler Trumpet Vine

A mildew-free native honeysuckle, 'Major Wheeler' is the best selection of Lonicera sempervirens we know.

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Monul'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Monul'

Common Name: Berries Jubilee Trumpet Vine

Spectacular color from fragrant yellow flowers followed by profusion of bright red berries. Use to cover eaves, arbors, walls. Great plant for attracting birds.

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Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'

Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'

Common Name: Dropmore Scarlet Vine

Lonicera x brownii ‘Dropmore Scarlet’, the Scarlet trumpet honeysuckle, is a vigorous climbing deciduous or semi-evergreen honeysuckle with clusters of flamboyant bright scarlet flowers (sadly not scented) from early summer to autumn.

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Lupinus 'Blue'

Lupinus 'Blue'

Common Name: Bluer Lupine

The ‘Gallery Series’ hybrids were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest. As these are biennial or short-lived perennials, allow some plants to set seed for future generations, or trim back hard after flowering is over. Flower spikes are great for cutting.

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Lupinus Lupinus 'The Governor'

Lupinus Lupinus 'The Governor'

Common Name: The Governor Lupine

Developed by George Russell, an English plantsman, these stately, June blooming hybrids present one of the longest and most spectacular floral parades at that time

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