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Briggs Nursery is a wholesale grower and plant propagator located in Western Washington. Our nursery has expanded over the past 100 years to now span over 140 acres of nursery production. We start our plants on-site in our state-of-the-art tissue culture lab, and grow them in both heated and unheated houses as well as open lots.
Briggs has been expanding and developing a protocol for tissue culture since 1965 and is recognized as an international leader in micro-propagation, Briggs Nursery is recognized for its ability to propagate and grow a wide variety of both specialty and standard starter plants.
Our company partners with hybridizers, nurseries, and commercial agricultural ventures to propagate, introduce and market cultivars worldwide.
Briggs’ supplies liners and plugs internationally to growers as well as container plants to garden centers and landscapers. We are committed to offering a wide selection of clean high-quality plants. Our corporate philosophy, Quality that Grows™, is derived from our directive to “start clean, stay clean”, and our requirement that all key items used in the production process – from initiation in the lab to growing range – be free of any pathogens or media that may host potential issues.
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This superb red-flowered form is a favorite of hummingbirds. The midspring blooms are long lasting—up to 30 days. Tolerant of partial shade and dry spells (once established). Upright, arching habit. GPP award. 5-6′ x 4′.
Briggs Nursery 2 gallon containers will be in bloom in a few short weeks, so bring them in now for the best show on your garden center shelves!
Actaea Brunette is an outstanding addition to the shade garden. Lacy dark purple foliage adds color and texture, and come summertime, graceful arching bottle brush flowers fill the garden with fragrance. An absolute must have for shade garden lovers everywhere.
Hardy in USDA Zones 4-8.
Briggs has C1s and L2s available for immediate and spring shipping.
Click here to view the Actaea hot sheet.