Annapolis Horticulture Society 2013 Plant Sale List Woody Plants




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Annapolis Horticulture Society 2013 Plant Sale List

Woody Plants

Abelia chinensis (Fragrant Chinese Abelia)

Acer buergerianum (Trident Maple) – we think

Acer palmatum atropurpureum (Red leaf Japanese Maple)

Acer rubrum (Red Maple) - Native

Ampelopsis arborea (Peppervine) –Native Vine

Aronia arbutifolia (Red Chokeberry) - Native

Aucuba japonica (Aucuba)

Baccharis halimifolia (Groundsel bush) - Native

Bignonia capreolata (Crossvine) – Native Vine

Calycanthus chinensis (aka Sinocalycanthus chinensis)- Chinese Sweetshrub

Calycanthus floridus ( Sweetshrub) - Native

Carpinus carolinianum (American Hornbeam) - Native

Cercis canadensis (Redbud) – Native

Clerodendron trichotomum (Harlequin Glorybower)

Cornus florida (Dogwood) – Native

Corylopsis sp. (Winterhazel)

Corylus americanus (Hazelnut) – Native

Daphne odora ‘Aureovariegata’ (Fragrant Winter Daphne)

Deutzia gracilis ‘Nikko’ (Dwarf Deutzia)

Euonymus alata (Burning Bush)

Euonymus carnosus (Spindletree)

Euonymus fortunei (Wintercreeper)

Euonymus sp. (probably ‘Manhattan’)

Fothergilla gardenii (Dwarf Fothergilla) – Native

Fothergilla x ‘Mt. Airy’ (Hybrid Fothergilla) – Native cultivar

Gelsimium sempervirens (Confederate Jasmine) - Native Vine

Hibiscus syriacus (Rose of Sharon)

Hydrangea macrophylla (Big leaf Hydrangea)

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Brussel’s Lace’ (Panicle Hydrangea)

Hydrangea quercifolia (Oakleaf Hydrangea) – Native

Ilex opaca (American Holly) - Native

Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’ - Native

Jasminum nudiflorum (Winter Jasmine)

Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) – Native

Kerria japonica ‘Golden Guinea’ (Single Flowered Kerria)

Kerria japonica ‘Pleniflora’ (Double Flowered Kerria)

Ligustrum sp.( Evergreen Privet)

Lagerstroemia x ‘Natchez’ (Crepe Myrtle)

Lonicera nitida ‘Baggesen’s Gold’ (Box leaf Honeysuckle)

Mahonia bealei (Leatherleaf Mahonia)

Nandina domestica (Heavenly Bamboo)

Passiflora incarnata (Maypop, Native Passionflower) – Native Vine

Poincirus trifoliata (Hardy Orange)

Quercus michauxii (Swamp Chestnut Oak)

Rhododendron ‘Marydel’ (Deciduous Azalea) –Native Cultivar

Rhus aromatica (Fragrant Sumac) – Native

Sambucus canadensis (Elderberry) - Native

Schizaphragma hydrangeoides ‘Platt Dwarf’ (False Climbing Hydrangea)

Staphylea trifolia (Bladdernut) – Native

Viburnum dentatum (Arrowwood Viburnum) – Native

Yucca sp. (Miniature Yucca)


Perennials, Non-native

Acorus gramineus ‘Variegatus’ (Grassy Sweet Flag)

Ajuga reptans , dwarf form (Bugleweed)

Allium, white flowering probably ‘Mt. Everest’ (Giant Allium - bulb)

Anemone x hupehensis (Japanese Anemone)

Anthriscus sylvestris ‘Ravenswing’ (Purple leaf Perennial Chervil)

Astilbe sp.(some marked ‘Pink’)

Artemisia vulgaris varietgta (Variegated Wormwood)

Brunnera macrophylla (False Forget Me Not)

Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ (Feather Reed Grass)

Campanula sp.(Bellflower)

Campanula trachelium (Nettle-leaf Bellflower)

Ceratostigma plumbagonoides (Hardy Plumbago)

Chrysanthemum ( light yellow, white)

Convallaria majalis (Lily of the Valley)

Cryptotaenia japonica ‘Atropurpurea’ (Purple Honewort)

Cyclamen coum (Hardy Cyclamen)

Cyclamen hederifolium (Hardy Cyclamen)

Cyclamen purpurescens (Hardy Cyclamen)

Dicentra spectabilis (Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart)

Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove)

Epimedium sp.

Eranthis hyemalis (Winter Aconite – dormant bulb )

Eryngium planum ‘Blaukappe’ (Sea Holly)

Euphorbia dulcis ‘Chameleon’ (Purple Spurge)

Euphorbia palustris ‘Zauberflote’ (Meadow Spurge)

Euphorbia purpurea (Purple Spurge)

Euphorbia robbiae (Mrs. Robb’s Spurge)

Helleborus foetidus (Bear’s foot Hellebore)

Helleborus x hybridus (Lenten Rose)

Hemerocallis ‘Autumn Minaret’ (Daylily)

Hemerocallis ‘Kwanzo Variegata’ (Daylily)

Hemerocallis ‘Yellow Ribbons’ (Dayliliy)

Hemerocallis, pink flowers, medium height

Hesperis matronalis (Dame’s Rocket)

Hosta ( including the following cultivars: Baby Tears, White Feather, montana ‘Aureo-Marginata’, fortunei ‘Albo-Marginata’, undulata ‘Erromena, undulata ‘Univittata’)

Hypericum sp. (St. John’s Wort)

Iris germanica, peach-flowered form

Iris japonica ‘Eco Easter’ (Japanese Evergreen Iris)

Iris pseudacorus (Yellow Flag Iris)

Iris tectorum, white and blue (Japanese Roof Iris)

Lamiastrum galeobdolon ‘Herman’s Pride’

Lathyrus grandiflora ‘Alba’ (White Perennial Sweet Pea)

Leucanthemum x superbum ‘Becky’ (White Daisy)

Lilium formosanum (Formosa Lily)

Lilium henryi (Henry’s Lily)

Lilium lancifolium (Tiger Lily)

Lunaria‘Corfu Blue’ (Perennial Honesty)

Lunaria annua ‘Rosemary Verey’ (Purple leaf Biennial Honesty)

Lunaria annua ‘Variegata’(Variegated leaf Honesty)

Lychnis coronaria (Rose Campion)

Lychnis flos-cuculi (Ragged Robin)

Lycoris squamigera (Naked Ladies – bulb, going dormant)

Lysimachia nummularia ‘Aurea’ (Moneywort)

Mazus reptans (Creeping Mazus)

Oenethera fruticosa (Evening Primrose)

Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nana’ (Miniature Mondo Grass)

Ophiopogon planiscapus ‘ Arabicus’ (Black Mondo Grass)

Papaver atlanticum ‘Flore Pleno’ (Moroccan Poppy)

Polygonatum falcatum variegatum (Variegated Solomon’s Seal)

Polygonatum humile (Dwarf Solomon’s Seal)

Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’ (Variegated Solomon’s Seal)

Platycodon grandiflora (Balloon Flower)

Primula vulgaris (English Primrose)

Salvia guaranitica (Anise Sage)

Salvia uliginosa (Bog Sage)

Saxifraga stolonifera (Strawberry Geranium)

Sedum sp (includes dasyphyllum, spectabile, rupestre, sexangulare, ‘Angelina’, ‘John Creech’)

Stipa tenuissima (Feather Grass)

Thalictrum delavayi (Chinese Meadow Rue)

Thalictrum rochebrunianum (Lavender Mist Meadow Rue)

Tricyrtis formosana (Toad Lily)

Tricyrtis hirta (Toad Lily)

Vinca major, variegated (Big Periwinkle)


Perennials. Native

Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)

Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine)

Asarum canadensis (False Ginger)

Asclepias incarnata (Rose Milkweed)

Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)

Aster ( now Symphyotrichum) novae-angliae (New England Aster)

Carex flaccosperma (Blue Wood Sedge)

Chasmanthium latifolium ( Northern Sea Oats)

Chrysogonum virginianum (Green and Gold)

Conoclinium (formerly Eupatorium) coelestinum (Wild Ageratum)

Coreopsis grandiflora (Large Flowered Coreopsis)

Coreopsis leavenworthii (Florida Coreopsis)

Coreopsis verticillata (Thread-leaf Coreopisis)

Eupatorium rugosum (Snakeroot)

Filipendula rubra (Queen of the Prairie)

Helianthus angustifolium (Narrow leaf Sunflower)

Helianthus divaricatus (Small Wood Sunflower)

Helianthus maximilianii (Maximilian’s Sunflower)

Heliopsis helianthoides ‘Summer Nights’(Ox-Eye Sunflower)

Hibiscus coccineus (Scarlet Hibiscus)

Iris cristata (Crested Iris)

Iris louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’ (Louisiana Iris)

Lobelia siphilitica (Big Blue Lobelia)

Lysimachia ciliata ‘Purpurea’ (Fringed Loosestrife)

Monarda didyma (Oswego Tea)

Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern)

Onoclea sensibilis (Sensitive Fern)

Panicum virgatum ‘Prairie Sky’ (Switch Grass)

Penstemon digitalis (Foxglove Beardtongue)

Penstemon digitalis ‘Husker Red’ (Red- leaf Foxglove Beardtongue)

Phlox divaricata, and ‘Blue Moon’ (Woodland Phlox)

Phlox paniculata (Tall Summer Phlox)

Phlox stolonifera (Creeping Woodland Phlox)

Physostegia virginiana (Obedient Plant)

Podophyllum peltatum (Mayapple)

Pycnanthemum incanum (Hoary Mountain Mint)

Pycnanthemum tenuifolium (Narrow leaf Mountain Mint)

Pycnanthemum tenuifolium ‘Cat Springs’ (Woody stemmed Narrow Mountain Mint)

Rudbeckia hirta (Black Eyed Susan)

Rudbeckia laciniata (Cutleaf Coneflower)

Rudbeckia sp. (Black Eyed Susan)

Rudbeckia triloba (Brown Eyed Susan)

Salvia lyrata ‘Purple Knockout’ (Lyre leaf Sage)

Senecio aureus (Golden Ragwort)

Silphium perfoliatum (Cup Plant)

Solidago ‘Fireworks’ (Goldenrod)

Stokesia laevis (Stoke’s Aster)

Stylophorum diphyllum (Wood Poppy)

Tiarella wherryi (Foamflower)

Tradescantia virginiana, white flowered form, ‘Purple Dome’ (Spiderwort)

Uvularia grandiflora (Merrybells)

Veronicastrum virginianum (Culver’s Root)

Zizia aurea (Golden Alexanders)


Annuals, Tender Perennials and Container Plants

Abelmoschus manihot (Ornamental Okra)

Abelmoschus ‘Mischief’(Sunset Hibiscus)

Aloe sp


Aptenia cordata ‘Variegata’ (Heartleaf Ice Plant)

Begonia ‘Tangerine Dreams’

Cardiospermum (Love in a Puff)

Coleus ‘Pele’

Colocasia esculenta (Elephant Ears, bulbs)

Euphorbia cotinifolia (Caribbean Copper Plant)

Euphorbia tirucalli ‘Sticks on Fire’

Gossypium herbaceum ‘Nigra’ (Black Cotton)

Impatiens wallacheriana, Dwarf Salmon

Impatiens namchabarwensis (Himalayan Blue Impatiens)

Ipomoea alba (Moonflower)

Ipomoea (Morning Glory) – ‘Heavenly Blue,’ ‘Grandpa Ott,’ ‘Chocolate,’ ‘Chocolate Rose Silk’

Nigella damascena ‘Miss Jekyll’ (Love in a Mist)

Pelargonium ‘Bridget’ (Ivy Geranium)

Pelargonium , Lemon scented

Ruellia ‘Southern Star Blue’ (Mexican Petunia)

Salvia coccinea ‘Brenthurst’, ‘Coral Nymph’ (Texas Sage)

Salvia oxyphora (Bolivian Spearhead Sage)

Salvia splendens, Tall Peach Fall Blooming

Sansevieria ‘Black Star’ (Bird’s Nest Mother-in-law Tongue)

Talinum ‘Kingswood Gold’ (Jewels of Opar)

Tithonia rotundifolia ‘Torch’ (Mexican Sunflower)

Tropaeolum peregrinum (Canary Vine)

Zinnia ‘Green Envy’, Pink, ‘Purple Prince’


Edibles and Herbs

Artichoke ‘Imperial Star’

Basil, Greek Columnar

Black Raspberry (Rubus occidentalis)

Bronze Fennel

Cardoon (Cynara cardunculus)

Celeriac (Celery Root)

Fig ‘Kadota’

Garlic Chives

Horseradish

Lemon Balm

Marjoram


Mint

Oregano


Parsley

Stinging Nettle

Swiss Chard ‘Neon’

Tomatoes

Aunt Ruby’s German Green – 80 days. Indeterminate. Green heirloom beefsteak with fantastic flavor. Large, 12-16 oz. fruit have a hint of amber when ripe.

Beefmaster Hybrid – 80 days. Indeterminate. Popular beefsteak with improved disease resistance and flavorful, meaty, red fruits up to 2 lbs.

Black Cherry – 80 days. Indeterminate. The flavor of a Brandywine in a 1.5 inch cherry tomato. Purplish fruit are perhaps not the most attractive but, if you love old-fashioned tomato flavor, it’s worth it.

Cherokee Purple – 80 days. Indeterminate. Often considered best-tasting of purple heirlooms. Grown in Tennessee by Native Americans. The 12-26 oz. flattened fruit have greenish shoulders.

Geranium Kiss -85 days. 24-30” Determinate with two to three fruit sets. Dense, multiple-flowered trusses bear up to two dozen 1” orange-red fruit per growing tip. Excellent flavor. Foliage resembles geranium. Great for containers or tomato bags.

Indigo Rose – 70 days. Indeterminate. Fruit turns deep purple where sunshine hits and stays red/orange where shaded. Salad sized fruit is high in anthocyanin, the component of blueberries that is so healthful. Moderately high acid flavor.

Martino’s Roma – 75 days. Determinate. Excellent all purpose Italian heirloom tomato for fresh eating, cooking and sauce. Productive plants with 3” oblong red fruit that tend to drop from the plant when ripe.

Pineapple - 90 days. Indeterminate. Huge red and yellow streaked beefsteaks have a sweet, old-fashioned flavor.

Snow White Cherry - 75 days. Indeterminate. Creamy white 1” fruit mature a pale yellow with sweet/tangy flavor.

Stupice – 52 days. Indeterminate. Extremely early, productive, salad-sized red tomato from Czechoslovakia that continues to bear all season. Superior flavor and tolerant to a wide range of conditions.

Sungold Hybrid – 57 days. Indeterminate. Very popular, bite-sized golden cherry tomato with excellent yields of sweet, juicy fruit. Remain ripe for long period.

Sun Sugar Hybrid – 62 days. Interterminate. Super-sweet golden yellow cherry tomato is productive, crack resistant and vigorous.

Sweet Pea Currant – 62 days. Indeterminate. Delightfully sweet, tiny, red fruit are great for garnishes and in salads. Also good in hanging baskets.

Wapsipinicon Peach -80 days. Indeterminate. Fuzzy, light yellow 2” fruit with excellent, sweet flavor. Heavy yielding.

Pepper

Ancho Magnifico Hybrid -75 days. High yields of thick-walled 4 -7” long peppers with classic mild (except for the ribs and seeds!) flavor. Great for chile relenos.

Big Bertha Hybrid – 70 days. Thick walled 7 inch sweet green peppers

mature red.



Eggplant, Big Dragon – 57 days. Extra early producers of long, slender, dark purple fruit.


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