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To order, click on a group of plants below. Follow the links to the desired plant.  In the drop down list.  SCROLL down the list to highlight your choice, CLICK on it. Next, put in # of plants desired—click on Order button.

 

Prices—most 3 1/4” pots $5.25; 4 1/2” pots $7.25, gallons $9.50. Some specialty items are higher priced.  Get free Bonus Plants for volume purchases! Note: Cart limit is 25 items, weight limit 150# —can submit more than one order for 1 shipment.  We combine them.   You can email an order without a credit card number (not secure in email) if picking up at nursery. On the "Instructions" part of check-out, you may specify a ship date or other comments. 

 

Cheap U.S. Priority Mail Flat Rate box shipping option. (Click on link.) Western WA & OR we can put 12 pots in box for $6.71! Shipping up to 9 small pots or less very cheap gong East and fast only $11.95.  Less than half the cost of UPS 2nd Day Air and just as fast!  Large Flat Rate box is $16.35, and we can fit in up to 16 small pots or a few gallons.

Terms & Policies

This explains warranties, etc. before you Order.


Shipping Rates:

US Priority Flat Rate Region B for WA & OR holds 12 plants and costs $6.71. Region A Box holds 6 plants and costs $6.01.

 

US Priority Flat Rate East for $11.95 up 9 small pots or $16.35 for up to 16—3 1/2” pots or 6—4 1/2” pots—arrives in 2-3 days.

 

The cart cannot compute how many pots per box. So, the rate may not come out correctly on the cart. We will adjust it manually.

 

Remember, we do NOT charge your credit card until the plants are packed and in the boxes.

 

There is a $3 packing fee added to each invoice that the cart includes in your shipping cost. We itemize it out on the invoice.

 

Note: more exact rates for FedEx Ground and options are applied at check out.
West of the Rockies:
10-25% cost of plants
East of the Rockies:
15-20% FedEx Ground (4-5 days)We do NOT guarantee condition of plants if you choose Ground going East nor US Parcel Post. This is at your risk. 

 

We use FedEx Ground for shipping gallons.

Please check this Sold Out List!   

The Heather Specialists

On-line Catalog

PLEASE  NOTE: IF THE PAGE HAS NO “ADD TO CARTBUTTON, THAT PLANT IS NOT AVAILABLE THIS YEAR.

 

UDATES: 

 

The winter weather here has kept the crop under frost blankets for weeks now. We will ship when we can, and it is safe to do so. I know the warmer places get impatient, but it has been too cold here to remove the frost blankets.

 

I hope to get the Sold Out List updated soon when I see the crop again. Don’t forget to check that list before ordering.

 

We are still caring for my elderly mother with Alzheimer’s, so my nursery time is more limited. Have patience. I am doing the very best I can for you!!

 

Thank you,  Karla Lortz

 

Phone: 360-427-5318, 800-294-3284 if  you want to order by phone. If it is easier on you if you have a large order, have questions or the cart is slow or giving you trouble,  go ahead and call it in.  Hours are 9 AM—3PM PST for mail order.  Call again if you don’t get me. 

 

I am bad at returning calls due to not enough time.  Our voice mail is always full.  I am much better at e-mail. (Please do not bother to send me a nasty e-mail and lecture me about telling you I do not return calls. It is the pure and simple truth! I am one person wearing many hats. The return call hat has been lost!)

 

All orders are charged a $3 packing fee on the final invoice to help offset the costs.  Priority Mail costs just went up. Will be working on putting up those changes. Thanks!    

 

heathsandheathers.com, heathernursery@yahoo.com

 

You are our eyes.  Please report broken links and problems to: handh@heathsandheathers.com, heathernursery@yahoo.com

 

Alphabetical Name List A-Z, Species Name List A-Z

For quick reference, plants highlighted in red on this list are those that are available to order.

 

The Alphabetical list is by common name (‘Arthur Johnson’). Species list by each species (Calluna vulgaris).

 

Don’t forget to go to the Z’s and see what is at the end of the list.  Most never get past the C’s which is a real shame. 

 

Hardiness, USDA Zones and soil pH information are below in the plant groups—NOT in the above Alphabetical Name List.  You can also order and find the plants below to see what is in each group.  The Alphabetical Name List will give you the group to go to below.

 

If this list overwhelms you, consider ordering a Collection where we pick out what should work for you.

 

The cheapest prices we offer are in the Collections. We custom choose each one for you and your soil, climate and Zone.

Bonus Plants—You get bulk buying discounts by ordering Bonus Plants.  You buy 20 of the 3 1/4” pots, you get 2 more for free, 30 then 3 for free, etc.  Click link for details.

Best prices are in the Big 48 Priority.

 

We ship September through June 15th.  Yes, we can ship to all 50 states including California. 

 

You can visit by appointment only. Come talk to the expert and see mature plants in the garden. 

 

We are now shipping if weather allows.

 

 

We are open at the display garden

by appointment.

Check out our stunning photos on Facebook under Heaths and Heathers Nursery.

Alphabetical Name List A-Z 

List in order of variety names.  Species groups are below. 

Gift Certificates

Andromeda polifolia

This group has been adopted by The English Heather Society

Books

There are few heather books in the world in print.

Calluna vulgaris

The true heathers.  This tough group has hundreds of cultivars.

Cassiope 

Native mountain heather—hard to find

Collections 

We can choose your plants for you at a discounted price.  Check out US Priority Flat rate shipping deal!

Daboecia

The largest flowers of the heaths and heathers.

Empetrum nigrum

Crowberry, native to PNW, also have rubum

Erica hybrids & species

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 20-28 F

Erica arborea

Tree heaths

Erica x arendsiana

3’ hybrid of E. cinerea and E. terminalis

Erica australis

Tree heaths

Erica caffra

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica canaliculata

Hardy to 20 F—from South Africa

Erica carnea

Very hardy winter bloomers, alkaline tolerant and easy to grow

Erica ciliaris

Large pitcher shaped blossoms

Erica cinerea

Flashy beautiful summer flowers

Erica cruenta

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica curviflora

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica curvifolia

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica x darleyensis

Long winter and spring flowers, alkaline tolerant and easy to grow

Erica erigena

Some in this group are very tall and the flowers exquisite

Erica formosa

South African Cape Heaths

hardy to 20-28 F

Erica x garforthensis 

Cross of E. tetralix and E. manipuliflora

Erica glandulosa

South African Cape Heaths

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica x griffithsii

Tall and fragrant. 

Erica gracilis

South African Cape Heaths

hardy to 28 F

Erica x krameri

Cross between E. carnea and E. spiculifolia.

Erica lusitanica

Tree heaths

Erica mackayana

A unique and hard to find group

Erica manipuliflora

Some have scented flowers

Erica x oldenburgensis

Cross of E. arborea and E. carnea

Erica scoparia

Very rare, tiny flowers

Erica speciosa

South African Cape Heath

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica spiculifolia

The hardiest heath there is – formerly Bruckenthalia spiculifolia

Erica spiculifolia x bergiana
This shrub is almost always in bloom here.

Erica x stuartii

This group has superb spring tip color

Erica terminalis

Summer blooming tree heaths

Erica tetralix

Most of this group has silver gray foliage

Erica umbellata

Beautiful, rare species from Spain and Portugal region.

Erica vagans

Handsome plants, alkaline tolerant and easy to grow

Erica x veitchii

Tree heaths

Erica ventricosa

South African Cape Heath

Rare, spectacular Hummingbird Heaths hardy to 28 F

Erica x watsonii

This group has good spring tip color

Erica x williamsii

These shrubs have golden spring tip color

Kalmiopsis leachiana

Rare Oregon native from the Siskiyous Zones 7-9

Ophiopogon planiscapus

Black Mondo Grass

xPhylliopsis

Choice rock garden plant that is a Phyllodoce x

Phyllodoce

Very rare, hard to find mountain heathers of the Western U.S.