Plant List

THE NURSERY IS OPEN ONLY BY
ADVANCED APPOINTMENTS
TO PICK UP PLANT ORDERS
 May 1 – JULY 26
THE GIFT SHOP IS CLOSED!
You can make an appointment in advance
to pick up your plant orders 
5 Days a Week
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm
We are closed Wednesdays, Sundays and Holidays  

We are taking small orders for herbs and lavenders,
and some larger orders for lavender plants
that will be available
later in the spring and summer.
To place your plant order,
please email chris@barnowlnursery.com
or call 503-638-0387

After you are notified that your order is ready,
please make an appointment to pick up your order.


COVID 19 UPDATE 
Due to the pandemic, we are practicing social distancing
and taking necessary precautions
to keep ourselves and our customers safe.  
We schedule individual appointments 30 minutes apart.
We also wear face masks and gloves and sterilize credit cards. 
Please make an appointment to pick up your order,
after you are notified your order is ready.  
We will have your plants pre-selected 
and your invoice ready to pay when
you  arrive at your appointed time.
Please be ready to pay for your plants
with cash, Visa or Mastercard. 
Thank you for understanding and helping us operate
our small nursery business
during this difficult time.
SORRY, WE DO NOT SHIP OR DELIVER PLANTS.
ALL PLANT SALES ARE FINAL.


HERB PLANTS AVAILABLE
This list was updated to include herbs that are available
to order and pick up May 30.

Angelica, Korean (Angelica gigas) 4″ – $4 
Australian Mint Bush (Prostanthera rotundifolia)  4″ – $4, gallon – $10
Basil, African Blue
(Ocimum cv.)  4″ – $4
Basil, Sweet
(Ocimum basilicum) Amazel-Proven Winner 
disease resistant  5″ – $4.50
Basil, Sweet (Ocimum basilicum) 4″ – $3.50 Emerald Tower, Genovese, Lettuce Leaf, Thai 
Bay Leaf, Sweet (Laurus nobilis) 4″ – $8
Bee Balm, Jacob Cline
(Monarda cv)  4″ – $4  Red flowers
Borage (Borago off.)  4″ – $3.50
Burnet
(Sanguisorba minor)  4″ – $3.50
Calendula
(Calendula officinalis)  4″ – $3.50
Catmint, Kit Kat
(Nepeta cv.)  4″ $4
Catnip (Nepeta cataria) 4″ – $4
Cat Thyme
(Teucrium marum) 4″ – $5
Chamomile, Roman
 (Chamaemelum nobile) groundcover 4″ – $4
Chaste Tree
(Vitex agnus-castus)  4″ – $5
Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) 4″ – $3.50
Chives, Garlic (Allium tuberosum) 4″ – $4
Costmary
(Chrysanthemum balsamita)  4″ – $4
Curry Plant,  Wood’s (Helichrysum angustifolium cv.) – (not dwarf)  4″ – $4
Dianthus, Clove Pinks
(Dianthus cv.)  4″ – $4
Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’)  4″ – $4
Feverfew, Golden (Chrysanthemum parthenium cv.) 4″ – $4 
Germander
(Teucrium chamaedrys)  4″ – $4
Guava, Chilean (Ugni molinae)  4″ – $5
Hyssop, Dwarf Blue  (Hyssopus officinalis) 4″ – $4
Lemon Balm
(Melissa off. cv.)  4″ – $4  Green/Gold variegated  
Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 4″ – $4
Lovage 
(Levisticum officinale)  4″ – $4 (celery flavored leaves)
Marjoram, Hardy
(Origanum x majoricum cv.) 4″- $4  Sweet &
variegated 
Mints:
(Mentha cv.)   4″ – $4  Applemint, Blue Balsam Tea Mint, Chocolate Mint, Corsican Mint, Ginger Mint, Lavender Mint, Mint Julep, Mojito Mint, Orange Mint, Pennyroyal, Pineapple Mint, Strawberry Mint          
Myrtle, Sweet (Myrtus communis)  4″ – $5 Dwarf, Sweet
Oregano, Cuban
(Plectranthus cv.) 4″ – $4 and 5″ round pot – $6  (tender)
Oregano, Culinary
(Origanum cv.) 4″ – $4  Dwarf/Compact, Greek,
Hot & Spicy
Oregano, Kent Beauty (Origanum cv.)  4″ – $4
Orris Root (Iris germanica Florentina)  gallon – $12
Oxalis (Oxalis cv.)  5″ – $5 Ebony Allure, Pink Pillow
Parsley
(Petroselinum cv.) Curled & Italian flat-leaf  4″ – $3.50  
Rosemary, Creeping (Rosemarinus off. prostratus cv.)  4″- $4
Capercaille, Mozart 
Rosemary, Upright (Rosmarinus officinalis cv.)All 4″ – $4 
Arp, Herb Cottage, Hill Hardy, Mrs. Reed’s Dark Blue,
Pink Flowers, Spice Island, Tuscan Blue, White Flowers 
Sage (Salvia off. cv.) All 4″ – $4 Berggarten, Neue Yaar, Purple, Tricolor
Sage, Pineapple (Salvia elegans cv.) 4″ – $4
Sage, Tangerine 
(Salvia elegans cv.)  4″ – $4
Sage, White
 (Salvia apiana)  4″ – $6 (tender, winter indoors)
Santolina (Santolina cv.) 4″ – $4 Compact Green, Dwarf-Little Nicky 
Savory, Winter
 (Satureja montana) perennial, not creeping  4″ – $4 
Scented Geraniums (Pelargonium sp.) 4″ – $4 
Attar of Roses, Citronella, Ginger, Golden Lemon Crispum, Lime,
Mable Gray Lemon, Mint, Old Fashioned Rose, Oak Leaf, Orange Fizz,
Prince Rupert Lemon, Variegated Mint Rose, Variegated Prince Rupert, Wildwood 
Society Garlic, Green & Variegated leaf (Tulbaghia violacea cv.)  4″ – $5   
Southernwood, Silver (Artemisia cv.) gallon – $10
Sweet Cicely
(Myrrhis odorata) 4″ – $4
Tarragon, French
(Artemsia  dracunculus ‘Sativa’) 4″ – $4
Thyme, Creeping (Thymus cv.) All 4″ – $4
Caborn Wine & Roses, Chehalem Valley, Doone Valley Lemon, Fairie, Lemon Frost (white flowers), Lime, Tuffet
Thyme, Upright (Thymus cv.) All 4″ – $4 
English, French, Golden Lemon, Orange Balsam, Silver
Valerian (Valeriana off. cv. ) 4″ $4
Violets, Sweet
(Viola odorata)  4″ – $5


LAVENDER  PLANTS AVAILABLE  
This list was updated to include Lavandula plants 
available to order and pick up starting May 30.

Lavandula plants – Listed in four catergories:
English Lavenders (L. angustifolia) cultivars
Lavenders (L. x chaytorae) cultivars – silver foliage year round
French Lavandins (L. x intermedia) cultivars
Spanish Lavenders (L. stoechas) cultivars
Tender Lavenders – different Lavandula that do not usually survive cold winters outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. 
PLEASE NOTE:  We do not ship or deliver plants.
You need to make an appointment to pick up your order at our retail nursery.  We will notify you when your order is ready.
For larger quantities of one type of lavender, you do need to place a special order well in advance.

English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) & (Lavandula x chaytorae)
Cultivars:
Aimee Roberts (pink flowers)  4″ – $5
Ana Luisa (L. x chaytorae)  4″ – $5,  gallon – $12
Arctic Snow (pure white flowers)  4″ – $5 
Ashdown Forest  4″ – $5
Betty’s Blue  4″ – $5
Big Time Blue  4″ – $5
Blue Cushion 4″ – $5
Blue Mountain White (pure white flowers) 4″ – $5
Blushing Bride (white/pink flowers)  4″ – $5
Brabant Lust 4″ – $5
Buena Vista  4″ – $5 
Cedar Blue  4″ – $5
Cedar Pink (pink flowers) 4″ – $5
Dark Supreme  4″ – $5 
De Lavande  4″ – $5 
Egerton Blue  4″ – $5
Elizabeth 4″ – $5
Eunice  4″ – $5
Felice  4″ – $5
Fiesta  4″ – $5
Folgate  4″ – $5 
French Fields  4″ – $5
Fring Favorite  4″ – $5
Gorgeous (L. x chaytorae)  4″ – $5 
Hidcote, True  4″ – $5
Imperial Gem 4″ – $5
Lisa Marie (L. x chaytorae)  4″ – $5
Little Lady  4″ – $5
Loddon Blue  4″ – $5
Lullaby Blue 4″ – $5 
Martha Roderick  4″ – $5 
Melissa (white & pink flowers)  4″ – $5
Melissa Lilac  4″ – $5
Middachten  4″ – $5 
Miss Katherine (pink flowers) 4″ – $5 
Myra  4″ – $5  
Nana  4″ – $5
Nana atropurpurea  4″ – $5
New Zealand Blue  4″ – $5
Number 9   4″ – $5
Opal Rain (white/pink flowers)  4″ – $7 (profits to Alzheimer’s Assoc.)
Pacific Blue  4″$5
Pacific Pink (pink flowers)  4″ – $5
Peter Pan  4″ – $4
Princess Blue  4″ – $5
Purity (pure white flowers)  4″ – $5
Rebecca Kay 4″ – $5
Royal Purple  4″ – $5
Seal Seven Oaks  4″ – $5  
Silver Frost (L. x chaytorae)  4″ – $5
Super Bleu  4″ – $5
Thumbelina Leigh  4″ – $5
Twickle Purple  4″ – $5,  quart – $6
Two Amys  4″ – $5
Victorian Amethyst  4″ – $5

French Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia) 
Cultivars: 
Abrialis 4″ – $5
Anniversary Bouquet  4″ – $5 
Bleu de Collines  4″ – $5
Bogong  4″ – $5
Dilly Dilly (similar to Grosso) 4″ – $5 
Dutch  4″ – $5
Dutch Mill 4″ – $5
Edelweiss (white flowers) 4″ – $5
Fat Spike Grosso  4″ – $5 
Fred Boutin  gallon – $12
Grappenhall  4″ – $5
Gros Bleu  4″ – $5, gallon – $12
Grosso  4″ – $5
Grosso, Fat Spike  4″ – $5
Hidcote Giant  4″ – $5
Phenomenal   4″ – $5
Provence  4″ – $5 
Riverina Alan 4″ – $5
Riverina Thomas  4″ – $5
Seal  4″ – $5
Sumian  4″ – $5
Sussex  4″ – $5 

Spanish Lavenders (Lavandula stoechas)
These cultivars are hardy outside during most winters in the Willamette Valley in Oregon. 
Cultivars:  
Anouk  gallon – $12
Anouk, Silver 4″ – $4 and 5″ – $6
Otto Quast/Quasti gallon – $12 
Pretty Polly 4″ $4

Tender Lavenders (different species and cultivars of lavender)  
These lavenders are fast growing and they produce flowers throughout the summer and early fall. However, they do not usually survive freezing temperatures outdoors.  Protect them for the winter or grow them in large pots and move them to a protected place before the first frost in the fall.

L. x Christiana  4″ – $4  
L. x Goodwin Creek Gray  gallon – $12