1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006
785.594.2966

Plant Type

ladybells

Adenophera liliifolia 'Amethyst'

This Asian campanula relative grows to 30” tall, with spikes of flaring lavender-blue bells summer … Continued

cardoon

Cynara cardunculus

Edible roots and stalks, but you won’t want to eat them because they are too … Continued

comfrey

Symphytum officinale

This easy to grow hardy perennial is gorgeous and under-appreciated. Drought and heat tolerant plants … Continued

borage

Borago officinalis

Big fuzzy plant bears uncommonly true-blue flowers which are prized for garnishes and salads from … Continued

hazelnut

Corylus americana

The American hazelnut or filbert is native to the eastern United States. Tasty nuts are … Continued

pecan

Carya illinoensis

This massive shade tree is the pecan producer of the industry. Lustrous, dark green foliage … Continued

chestnut

Castanea mollissima

As the American chestnut succumbs to disease, the blight-resistant Chinese chestnut is gaining popularity. Trees … Continued

plum

 ‘Mount Royal’ is a very hardy self- fertile European plum with bluish-black freestone fruit that’s … Continued

peach

Prunus persica

‘Belle of Georgia’ produces good yields, hardiness and disease resistance. Rosy-pink peaches with juicy white … Continued

apricot

Prunus armeniaca

Apricot ‘Moorpark’ is the best red apricot with large firm fruits that are a favorite … Continued

Asian pear

Pyrus pyrifolia

Crisp texture and good to eat as soon as harvested or for several months after … Continued

European pear

Pyrus communis

‘Bartlett’ is the best known pear. Medium-sized or larger fruits are ripe when they turn … Continued