Plant List

THE NURSERY IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON!

If you wish to place a special order for lavender plants, to plant in Spring 2019,
 look at the availability list below.  

Please email chris@barnowlnursery.com to place your order. 
After you are notified that your order is ready,
please make an appointment in advance to pick up your order at the nursery.
We will be adding more herbs and lavenders to this availability list,
when they are ready to sell.
 We accept cash, Visa and MasterCard.

WE OPERATE A SMALL RETAIL NURSERY.
THESE PLANTS ARE SOLD ONLY FROM OUR NURSERY. 
 THE PRICES ARE LISTED BELOW.
WE DO NOT SHIP OR DELIVER PLANTS.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL.  NO RETURNS OF PLANTS ARE ACCEPTED.

This list does not include all the plants that we sell during the year. 
All the plants we sell are grown in Oregon.

2019 Prices 
Herbs (perennials):  4″ pots – $3.50, or as noted
Lavenders/Lavandins:  4″ pots – $3.50 – $5.00, or as noted
Scented Geraniums:  4 ” pots – $4.00 and 5″ round pots $6.00
Herbs and Lavenders:  Quart pots – $7.00 – $8.00, or as noted
Herbs:  Gallon pots – $10.00 – $12.00, or as noted
Lavenders:  Gallon pots – $11.00 – $12.00, or as noted

BARN OWL NURSERY HERB PLANTS –  2019

Allium (Allium cv. ) gallon – $10 Summer Pink
Angelica (Angelica cv.):  4″ – $3.00 Archangelica 
Anise Hyssop (Agastache cv.) Blue Fortune – gallon – $10 
                                           Licorice Candy – gallon – $15 (profits to local Alzheimer’s Association)
Australian Mint Bush 
(Prostanthera rotundifolia) 4″ – $3.50, gallon – $10
Bay Leaf, Sweet (Laurus nobilis): 4″ – $6.50 
Blue Star Creeper
(Laurentia fluviatilis) 4″ – $3.50
Burnet, Salad
(Sanguisorba minor) 4″ – $3.50 
Catnip (Nepeta cataria)  4″ – $3.50
Chamomile (Anthemis cv.): 4″ – $3.50Roman (perennial)
Chives, Garlic (Allium tuberosum)  4″ – $3.50   
Costmary
(Tanacetum balsamita) 4″ – $4
Curry Plant
(Helichrysum angustifolium cv)  4″ – $3.50 Wood’s (not dwarf)
Dianthus/Pinks (Dianthus cv.) 4″ – $4 Clove Pinks, gallon – $11  Sops and Wine  
Echinacea/Coneflower
 (Echinacea purpurea)  4″ – $3.50 Magnus, gallon – $12 Kim’s Knee High 
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) 4″ – $3.50
Geranium-Scented-leaf
(Pelargonium cv.): 4″ – $4 
     Lemon/Citrus Scented: Frensham, Prince Rupert (variegated)
   
 Rose Scented:  Attar, Candy Dancer, Dr. Livingston, Old Fashioned Rose
Geranium-Scented-leaf 
(Pelargonium cv.) – 5″- $6: Lime, Variegated Prince Rupert Lemon             Germander, Dwarf (Teucrium cv.) 4″ – $3.50
Germander, Silver (Teucrium cv.)  4″ – $3.50                                                                                      
Ginger, Thai (Alpinia galanga)   gallon $12
Hyssop, Dwarf Blue
(Hyssopus cv.) – 4″ – $4
Lemon Balm
(Melissa off. cv.) 4″ – $3.50 All Gold 
Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon citrus) quart – $8, gallon – $12
Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 4″ – $4, quart – $8, gallon – $12
Licorice, True (Glycyrrhiza glabra) – 4″ – $4
Mints (Mentha cv.): 4″ – $3.50Blue Balsam, Chewing Gum, Chocolate, Eau de Cologne, Ginger,                      Mitcham Black, Pennyroyal, Persian, Pineapple
Myrtle, Sweet (Myrtus communis)  4″ – $4  
Oregano (Origanum cv.)  Culinary: 4″ – $3.50 Compact/Dwarf Greek, Greek                                     
Rosemary, Upright (Rosmarinus officinalis cv.):  Arp – 4″ –  $3.50 & gallon – $12  
                                  Herb Cottage – 4″ – $3, Madeline Hill/Hill Hardy – 4″ – $3.50,
                                  Mrs. Reed’s Dark Blue – 4″ – $350, Pink flowered – 4″ – $3.50
Rosemary, Creeping (R. off. prostratus):  4″ – $3.50 Bonnie Jean, Capercaille, Dancing Waters 
Russian Sage
(Perovskia cv.) gallon – $11, quart – $8 Lacey Blue
Sage, Culinary (Salvia cv.): 4″ – $3.50 – Berggarten, Dwarf, Garden, Purple &Tricolor                           
Santolina (Santolina cv.): 4″ – $3.50: Compact Green, Grey, Little Nicky 
Savory
(Satureja montana) 4″ – $3.50 Winter (perennial, not creeping)
Society Garlic, Variegated (Tulbaghia cv): 4″ – $4
Sorrel: (Rumex cv.):  4″ – $3.50 Buckler & French
Southernwood, Silver (Artemisia cv.) 4″ – $3.50, gallon – $12 
Strawberry: 4″ – $3.50
 Pink Panda  
Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) 4″ – $3.50
Tarragon, French (Artemisia dracunculus) 4” – $3.50
Thyme, Creeping (Thymus cv.): 4″ – $3.50: Caraway, Doone Valley, Lime, Red, Spicy Orange      
Thyme, Upright (Thymus cv.): 4″ – $3.50:  English, French, Golden Lemon, Lemon, Silver    
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) 4″ – $3.50
Wormwood, Roman
(Artemisia pontica) 4″ – $3.50
Yarrow, Yellow
(Achillea cv.) Moonshine 4″ – $3.50

                                                                                                                                                                  BARN OWL NURSERY LAVENDER PLANTS – 2019
Genus Lavandula listed in three categories
English Lavender (L. angustifolia), includes (L. x chaytorae) cultivars
French Lavandin (L. x intermedia) cultivars
Spanish Lavender (L. stoechas) cultivars
Tender Lavenders – different cultivars of lavenders that do not usually survive cold winters  
For larger quantities of one type of lavender you need to place a special order.
We will notify you when your order is ready to pick up at the nursery.  

Lavender Plant Prices 
 4″ pots: $3.50 – $5.00   Quart pots:  $7.00 or $8.00   Gallon pots: $11.00 – $12.00
                                                    OR AS NOTED

English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) & (Lavandula x chaytorae)
Cultivars: 
Aimee Roberts – 4″ – $5
Ana Luisa (L. x chaytorae) – 4″ – $5, & gallon – $12 
Ashdown Forest – 4″ – $5
Avice Hill – 4″ – $5
Baby Blue – 4″ – $5
Big Time Blue – 4″ – $6
Blushing Bride (white/pink flower) –  4″ – $5   
Brabant Lust – 4″ – $5
Buena Vista – 4″ – $5 
Cedar Blue – 4″ – $5 
Cedar Pink – 4″ – $5
Chelsea Pink – 4″ – $5 
Croxton’s Wild – 4″ – $5
Cynthia Johnson – 4″ – $5
De Lavande – 4″ – $5 
Egerton Blue – 4″ – $5
Eola – 4″ – $5
Fiona English – 4″ – $5 
Forever Blue – 4″ – $5 
French Fields – 4″ – $5, 2-gallon – $12!
Gorgeous (L. x chaytorae) – 4″ – $5
Gray Lady – 4″ – $5
Hidcote – 4″ – $4, quart – $7, gallon – $12
Imperial Gem – 4″ – $5
Lisa Marie – 4″ – $5
Little Lady – 4″ – $5
Martha Roderick – 4″ – $5
Melissa (white & pink flowers) – 4″ – $5
Melissa Lilac – 4″ – $5
Middachten – 4″ – $5
Mitcham Gray – 4″ – $5
Munstead – gallon – $12
Munstead, True – 4″ – $4
Myra – 4″ – $6
New Zealand Blue – 4″ – $5
Opal Rain (pink/white flower) – 4″ – $7.00 (profits go to local Alzheimer’s Association)
Pacific Blue – 4″ – $5 
Pastor’s Pride – quart – $8, gallon – $12
Peter Pan – 4″ – $5
Platinum Blonde (variegated leaves) – gallon – $12
Princess Blue – 4″ – $5
Purple Bouquet – 4″ & gallon – $12
Rebecca Kay – 4″ – $5
Richard Grey (L. x chaytorae) – quart – $8 
Royal Purple – 4″ – $5
Royal Velvet – 4″ – $5
Seal Seven Oaks – 4″ – $5
Silver Frost (L. x chaytorae) – 4″ – $5
Spira – 4″ – $5
Super Bleu – 4″ – $5
Sweet Romance – 4″ – $4
Tucker’s Early Purple – 4″ – $5
Twickle Purple – quart – $7
Victorian Amethyst – 4″ – $5 
Willow Pond Dwarf Blue – 4″ – $5
French Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia)
Cultivars: 
Abrialis – 4″ – $5
Bleu de Colline – 4″ – $5
Bogong – 4″ – $5
Dilly Dilly (similar to Grosso) – gallon – $12
Dutch – 4″ – $5
Dutch Mill – 4″ – $4 
Fragrant Memories – 4″ – $5 
Grappenhall – 4″ – $5
Gros Bleu – 4″ – $55″ – $6, Gallon – $12 
Grosso, Fat Spike – 4″ – $4
Hidcote Giant – 4″ – $4
Impress Purple – 4″ – $5 
Jaubert – 4″ – $5
Phenomenal – 4″ – $4, & gallon – $12   
Provence – 4″ – $4
Riverina Alan – 4″ – $5 
Riverina Thomas – 4″ – $5
Seal – 4″ – $5
Scottish Cottage – 4″ – $5
Silver Grey – 4″ – $4
Sumian – 4″ – $5
Super – 4″ – $5, & gallon – $12
Sussex – 4″ – $5
Tuscan – 4″ – $5
White/Alba – 4″ – $5, & gallon – $12 

Spanish Lavenders (Lavandula stoechas)
In a hard winter, some of these cultivars may not survive outdoors in some locations.                                 

Anouk, Silver – 4″ – $4    
Madrid Blue (white bracts) – 4″ – $4 & gallon – $11  
Night of Passion – 4″ – $4
Otto Quast – 4″ – $4 – quart – $7, gallon – $11
Pretty Polly  (creamy-white bracts) – 4″ – $4  
Rocky Road – 4″ – $4
Violet Lace – 4″ – $3.50

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

Christiana (L. x christiana)4″ – $3.50
Fernleaf (L. buchii) – 4″ – $3.50
French, Gray & Green (L. dentata) 4″ – $3.50
Goldburg (L. x intermedia cv.) – variegated leaves – quart $7
Meerlo (L. allardii ‘Meerlo’) – variegated leaves – 4″ – $3.50
Sweet (L. x heterophylla)gallon – $11