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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Thalictrum flavum 'Tukker Princess'

Thalictrum flavum 'Tukker Princess'

Common Name: Tukker Princess Meadow Rue

The tallest of the meadow rues! This is a cross between T. flavum and T. Elin. Perfect for the back of the border, as the yellow flowers bloom in late June above wonderful blue-green  foliage.

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Thalictrum rochebrunianum

Thalictrum rochebrunianum

Common Name: Meadow Rue

This species of meadow rue (sometimes commonly called lavender mist meadow rue) is a slender, clump-forming perennial which features lacy, fine-textured, bluish-green, pinnately compound, columbine-like foliage (3-4 ternate). 

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Thalictrum rochebrunianum 'Tukker Princess'

Thalictrum rochebrunianum 'Tukker Princess'

Common Name: Giant Meadow Rue

This species of meadow rue (sometimes commonly called lavender mist meadow rue) is a slender, clump-forming perennial which features lacy, fine-textured, bluish-green, pinnately compound, columbine-like foliage (3-4 ternate). 

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Thermopsis chinensis

Thermopsis chinensis

Common Name: Chinese Bush Pea

ompact and densely floriferous, T. chinensis is easy to grow and spectacular when planted in groups.

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Thuja occidentalis 'Congab'

Thuja occidentalis 'Congab'

Common Name: Fire Chief Arborvitae

A globe-shaped Arborvitae with dense, fine textured foliage. Colorful red foliage tips in winter. Grows to 2-½ feet high and wide. Prefers full sun in the north 

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Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'

Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'

Common Name: Emerald Green Arborvitae

This American arborvitae cultivar is a semi-dwarf, evergreen shrub with a compact, narrowly pyramidal habit. Glossy bright green, scale-like foliage in flat sprays. Urn-shaped cones to 1/2" long mature in autumn to reddish brown.

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Trillium grandiflorum

Trillium grandiflorum

Common Name: White Trillium

This low growing shade loving perennial is a welcome sight in the spring. Early blooming single flower with 3 clear white petals held above 3 large leaf-like bracts on a single stem are perfect for moist areas.

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Trillium luteum

Trillium luteum

Common Name: Yellow Toadshade

In the wild, Trillium luteum is usually found in alkaline soil regions, but we have found it to adapt well to slightly acidic soils.

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Trillium pusillum

Trillium pusillum

Common Name: Little Trillium

It is always very charming, dwarf (3” – 12”) and has an upwards facing white flower. The flower often has ruffled margins and, in the manner of Trillium grandiflorum, fades to rose pink as it ages. The foliage of some forms is almost purple in color until it matures to a deeper green. In the wild it is frequently found in seasonally boggy or even swampy areas, but doesn’t require such conditions in cultivation. 

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Trollius ledebouri 'Lemon Queen'

Trollius ledebouri 'Lemon Queen'

Common Name: Lemon Queen Globe Flower

Steeped in old-world allure, the gleaming flush of lusty deep green lobed foliage coronates large double lemon yellow globes. A 1920s selection that shares lineage with Trollius europaeus, Trollius asiaticus and Trollius chinensis, this hybrid's splendid chiffon-like flowers alight tall sleek stalks, flaunting showy stamens and a composed beauty.

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Trollius x 'Golden Queen'

Trollius x 'Golden Queen'

Common Name: Golden Queen Globe Flower

Clump forming, dark green deeply toothed foliage. Flowers are about 2" across and appear late spring to mid summer. Colors are vibrant, usually golden or yellow. Flowers have a delicate shinny appearance. Best in moist soil, great near ponds or in wet lands. Cut back to encourage reblooming.Golden yellow flowers. Strong upright stems. Great for bog gardens and other areas with moisture retentive soil. Vigorous. Rebloomer.

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Trollius x cultorum 'Alabaster'

Trollius x cultorum 'Alabaster'

Common Name: Alabaster Globe Flower

The plant has a clump-forming habit. It looks great in shady areas where the pale flowers really pop out in contrast to dark shadows. It also makes a nice addition for pond or stream margins. Prefers a cool climate. 

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