Local Northwest Backyard Grower in Port Orchard Washington

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Variagated Weigela
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The Garden And Barn Fall 2018.
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Earth Grown Creations Propogation 2018.

Welcome to Earth Grown Creations.

We are a small family owned and operated backyard grower in Port Orchard, Washington.
Our goal is to bring the best quality plants, suited to our area, direct to the local community.
We currently specialize in Rhododendrons, Camellias, Weigela, ornamental shrubs and grasses, perennial flowers, and various sweet and savory herbs.

For a detailed list of plants available for purchase, please check the "Current Inventory" navigation menu item.
For photos, please check the "Photo Catalog" navigation menu item.


Please visit often for a list of our available offerings.
Thank-you
-Iris Fagerland

Contact Us:

Earth Grown Creations, LLC.
Iris Fagerland
EarthGrownCreationsLLC@gmail.com

For a full listing of available inventory and prices please see "Current Inventory" Link.

For current photos please see "Photo Catalog" Link.


Select a plant or grouping to view a list varieties we are propagating with specific information about each variety.

Photos Coming Soon. See individual plant listings for more detailed information about each plant type and its availability.
We currently propogate 2 varieties of Weigela:
Java Red Weigela
Java Red Weigela has dark green leaves on the verge of purple, and has dark redish magenta flowers.
Photos coming soon.


Variagated Weigela
The variagated Weigela has variagated leaves and color changing flowers. It blooms white, then slowly changes to soft pink, then fineshes a dark pink before the flowers fade completely.
Photos coming soon.
We currently propogate several varieties of Hydrangea:
Blue Cassel Lacecap Hydrangea
The Blue Cassel Lacecap Hydrangea is a medium growing rounded deciduous shrub. It typically grows to a height of 4 to 5 feet with a spread of the same. Blue Cassel has blue/violet flowers that rebloom on new and old wood. While they can grow in the sun they prefer afternoon shade.
Photos coming soon.


Hydrangea Macrophylla
The standard Hydrangea Macrophylla, often refered to as a mophead hydrangea, produces large clusters of flowers that are either pink or blue depending on soil acidity. They perform best with morning sun and afternoon shade. Blooms on new and old wood.
Photos coming soon.


Sumida-no-hanabi
The hydrangea Sumida-no-hanabi was named by Mr. Takeomi Yamamoto, founder of the Japanese Hydrangea Society. Sumida-no-hanabi is a white lacecap with double flowers resembling snowflakes that hang from delicate looking strings from the main lacecap. The name Sumida-no-hanabi translates to fireworks over the Sumida.
Photos coming soon.
We currently propogate 2 colors of Crocosmia:
Red Crocosmia
Red Crocosmia growns to a height of approximately 4 to 5 feet tall with long red fans of bright red blooms. Folliage resmebles thick individual palm fronds. Hummingbirds and buterflies love the vibrant red flowers.
Photos coming soon.


Orange Crocosmia.
Orange Crocosmia is a shorter growing variety, growing to 2 to 3 feet tall. The plant looks very similar to the red variety, but is shorter, has lighter green leaves, and bright orange flowers.
Photos coming soon.
We currently propogate 1 variety of Pussy Willow:
French Pink Pussy Willow
The French Pink Pussy Willow is a decidious perennial shrub that can be trained into a tree with proper pruning. It can obtain a hight of 12 to 25 feet high with a spread of 12 feet. The French Pink Pussy Willow catkins emerge slighltly pink then mature to a greyish-white in late winter or early spring. Catkins will eventually "bloom" becoming bright yellow. French Pink Pussy Willows make wonderfall cut flowers that will last for years once dried.
Photos coming soon.
We currently propogate 1 variety of Ground cover:
Vinca Minor
Vinca Minor, often referred to as periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle is an evergreen creeping perennial that blooms with small blue/lavender flowers.
Photos coming soon.
We currently propogate several varieties of hardwood perennials:
Star Jasmine
Description and photos coming soon.

Camellia
Description and photos coming soon.

Lilac
Description and photos coming soon.
We currently propogate several varieties of perennial (softwoods) flowers:
Black-Eyed Susan
Description and photos coming soon.

Bachelor Button
Description and photos coming soon.

Canterbury Bells
Description and photos coming soon.

Dahlias
Description and photos coming soon.

Echinacea
Description and photos coming soon.

Gaillardia
Description and photos coming soon.
We currently propogate the following varieties of herbs:
Basil
Description and photos coming soon.

Lavender
Description and photos coming soon.

Lemon Balm
Description and photos coming soon.

Mints
Description and photos coming soon.

Oregano
Description and photos coming soon.

Rosemarry
Description and photos coming soon.

Sage
Description and photos coming soon.

Thyme
Description and photos coming soon.

In the Pipeline.

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Nearing Frame - Rhododendron cuttings stuck on September 20, 2018.



Select an item from the list to view more plants in the pipeline.


Photos Coming Soon. See individual plant listings for more detailed information about each plant type and its availability.
We currently have many varieties of Rhododendrons awaiting their turn to be propagated in the nearing frames:

Camellia Varieties
We currently propogate several other various varieties of shrubs:
We currently propogate several varieties of trees:

Future Propogation - Under construction.

Photos

(Click on the desired link to view photos for that variety)

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