TODAY’S SALE IS NOW OVER. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED!
PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT WEEK’S SALE WHICH WE WILL POST ON MONDAY APRIL 20TH
CHS Hort understands your excitement and passion for spring planting more than anyone!
After the success of last week’s plant sale, we are excited to offer another one day plant buying opportunity with popular favorites that sold out last week and some exciting new additions.
Review our guidelines for plant orders/pick ups and browse product offerings below then call our office tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14 between 9am and noon (843.579.9922) to place your order! All sales are first come first served and there are no buying limits. We cannot accept holds or advanced orders.
Please be patient as we take your call in orders with limited staff and phone lines. If you get a busy signal, please try to call back. E-mail orders cannot be accepted.
Guidelines for plant orders & pick ups:
- Orders will be taken by phone only at 843.579.9922 starting at 9am on Tuesday, April 14th.
- To maintain a touch free experience, all orders MUST be completed by credit card over the phone. Cash or checks will not be accepted at pick up.
- We will be closely monitoring our limited inventory; please be patient as we are working with limited staff.
- To expedite your call, please be prepared with your plant order and credit card information when you call.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any plant questions prior to sales start.
- Order pick-up will be on Friday afternoon, April 17, only. We will notify buyers by email when and how to pick up your order.
- Pick-up will be curbside only (our office will not be open). Your plant order will be outside the back door and brought directly to your car for you. We will be practicing the CDC guidelines of safe social distancing, wearing gloves & masks for your protection and ours.
- CHS Hort is making every effort to ensure your safety during pick up and we ask for your patience and understanding with this new endeavor.
All proceeds support The Charleston Horticultural Society. We are especially grateful for your financial support in this time of great need!
Hardy Maidenhair Fern (Adiatum x Marisii): 1 gallon, $12 (SOLD OUT)
Hardier selection of the southern maidenhair fern surviving to zone 6 in cold hardiness. Mairisii has the great foliage of the typical southern maidenhair fern growing to around 18″ tall by 24″ wide. Plant in light to medium shade. Give good drainage and consistent moisture. Few pests. Easy to grow. USDA zones 6-9 in cold hardiness.
Upside Down Fern (Arachnoides standishii): 1 gallon, $12 (SOLD OUT)
Known as upside down fern, this evergreen (deciduous after 20 degrees F) clumping fern has finely cut bright green fronds to 2′ tall and slightly wider. Exceptionally beautiful fern with striking foliage. Plant in light to medium shade. Highly sought after. USDA zone 4 in cold hardiness.
Ghost Fern (Athyrium x ‘Ghost’): (SOLD OUT)
1 gallon, $12 (SOLD OUT)
2 gallon, $20 (SOLD OUT)
Slowly spreading deciduous fern with bright white/gray new growth to around 18″ tall. Very striking in appearance, especially in spring. Plant in medium shade. Relatively new variety with highly contrasting foliage and texture for the garden. USDA zone 4 in cold hardiness
Holly Fern (Cyrtomium f. ‘Rochfordianum’): Two sizes available
1 gallon, $12
3 gallon, $24 (SOLD OUT)
Improved holly fern variety to 3′ tall and wide with deep green, glossy leaves and a tidy, clean habit. Drought tolerant once established. Widely used in the Southeast US. Plant in light to full shade. USDA zone 6 in cold hardiness.
Ostrich Fern (Matteuccia Struthiopteris): 1 gallon, $12 (SOLD OUT)
Bold yet graceful deciduous fern to at least 4′ wide and 4′ tall. This fern will spread over time into a colony of ferns which can reach 10 feet across. Newly emerging “fiddle head” fronds can be eaten if cooked. Large plume like fronds appear in spring to 4′ or more in height. Shorter fertile fronds appear in fall and persist into winter. Best to cut back all growth in late fall. Plant in medium to light shade. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.
Cinnamon Fern (Osmundastrum cinnamomeum): 1 gallon, $12 (SOLD OUT)
Bold, large, graceful fern to 3′ tall and wide with soft, green arching fronds in spring. In the early spring upright, cinnamon colored fruiting fronds emerge in the middle of each clump. Good in wet areas; naturalizes along stream beds. Forms thick, spreading colonies over time. Plant in light to medium shade. Native to the Midwest and Southeast. USDA zones 3-9.
Iris ger. Presby Crown Jewel: 2 gallon, $24 (3 available)
What a show off! Whoever Presby was, this iris most certainly was their crown jewel. Bright violet edging on both the standards and over-sized falls makes this plicata something special-a real eye popper! The flowers are born on 36″ stems both in the spring and the fall. US Zone 5-10 in hardiness.
Farfugium japonicum ‘Giganteum’: 2 gallon, $27 (SOLD OUT)
Evergreen (Deciduous in zone 7) flowering perennial with giant, glossy leaves and bright yellow flowers on 32″ stems late summer through fall. Flowers can be enjoyed or pruned out to encourage foliage. Plant in shade to light shade with good drainage, organic matter, and ample consistent moisture. Highly sought after. USDA zone 7 in cold hardiness.
Fargugium japonicum ‘Shishi Botan’: 1 gallon, $15 (12 available)
Highly ruffled/crinkled leaves to 12″ on a very compact unusual looking plant that resemble curly parsley. The ruffles seem to have ruffles. New variety. Has the typical yellow asters on long, loose spikes to 2′ in the fall. Plant in medium shade. Give good drainage and average but consistent water. Deer resistant. USDA zone 7b-10 in cold hardiness.
Achillea mil. Paprika: 1 gallon, $10 (SOLD OUT)
Vigorous low spreading/clumping perennial with beautiful displays of bright red flowers with flat tops spring through fall. Flower spikes reach to around 18″ tall. Can be used as a cut flower and in dried arrangements. Plant in full sun. Easy to grow. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.
Achillea mil. Violet: 1 gallon, $10 (SOLD OUT)
Vigorous low spreading/clumping perennial with beautiful displays of bright violet flowers with flat tops spring through fall. Stems reach to around 18″ tall. Can be used as a cut flower and in dried arrangements. Plant in full sun. Easy to grow. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.
Achillea mil. White: 1 gallon, $10 (SOLD OUT)
Vigorous low spreading/clumping perennial with beautiful displays of clear white flowers with flat tops spring through fall. Stems reach to around 18″ tall. Can be used as a cut flower and in dried arrangements. Plant in full sun. Easy to grow. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.
False Indigo (Baptisia australis): 2 gallon, $24 (SOLD OUT)
Deciduous flowering shrub with bright lavender/blue pea flowers in extremely showy clusters nearly covering the plant in mid-spring. Attractive to butterflies. As an added bonus Baptisias fix nitrogen in the soil adding valuable natural fertilizer to plants around it. Plant in full sun. Give good drainage and average water. A native of the Carolinas. Cut back to ground after hard frost in the late fall. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.
False Indigo, Carolina Moonlight (Baptisia Carolina Moonlight): 1 gallon, $14
Deciduous patented flowering shrub with bright clear yellow pea flowers in extremely showy clusters nearly covering the plant in mid-spring. Attractive to butterflies. As an added bonus Baptisias fix nitrogen in the soil adding valuable natural fertilizer to plants around it. Plant in full sun. Give good drainage and average water. A native of the Carolinas. Cut back to ground after hard frost in the late fall. USDA zone 3 in cold hardiness.