By lavender at Apr. 30. 2016.

      We currently have over 800 plants. There are 60 irises, 130 day lilies and 92 shrubs/woody plants. There may be only one or two of some of the others or there may be many. There are quite a few native plants and pollinator plants this year. The list is as complete as we can make it now but there will be additions or deletions as we proceed. Stuff comes in during the plant sale itself and some of the plants will not have made it through the winter. We pull those as we find them. Check back for additions and deletions.

      Prices are by pot size ranging from $2-$6. Dates, times and place coming later. Email with questions and we’ll try to answer them. I’ve also put a comment form at the bottom of the page and will answer questions that come in that way.  Check the events calendar for further information.

      Updated 5/12/16   Final update

      Down to Earth Garden Club Plant List


      Aegeopodium Variegated foliage Rampant ground cover
      Anemone ‘Robusta’ Pink flowers Spreads/ some shade
      Artemesia ‘Limelight”


      Yellow flower, yellow/green foliage Spreads
      Artemesia Silver Grown for silver foliage, spreads
      Ash leafed spirea White Bushy, spreads
      Asiatic lily Mixed colors
      Aster, New England Purple flowers Tall
      Aster, Tartaricus Purple flowers Tall
      Astilbe Pink Spring bloom, some shade
      Autumn crocus Pink After spring plant disappears, fall bloom
      Baptesia Blue Tall, bushy, comes from new shoots in the spring
      Beardstongue (Penstemon) White Native/pollinator plant
      Bee Balm ‘Jacob Cline” Red Sun to semi-shade
      Bee Balm ‘Raspberry Wine’ Raspberry
      Bell flower) ‘Elizabeth’(companula) Pink/mauve Spreads/good bloomer
      Bell flower  (companula) Blue Spreads
      Betony Blue flower
      Black-eyed-Susan Yellow black center hardy, spreads
      Bleeding heart   Pink Semi-shade
      Bleeding heart fringed Pink Small, ferny foliage
      Bloodroot White Early spring, native
      Boneset White Native herb
      Butterfly weed  (maybe) Orange Native comes up late. Not sure if there is anything in the pots.
      Cactus, Prickly pear Yellow Hardy, dry areas
      Catmint ‘6 hills Giant’ Blue/purple
      Centaura bachelor button Blue Reseeds
      Centaura ‘Amethyst’ White purple center
      Chameleon plant Pink/white/green foliage Ground cover, spreads
      Columbine Mixed colors, white, pink, purple, maroon Short lived perennial, reseeds
      Cone flower pink Reseeds, sun
      Coral Bells Rose pink
      Cantaurea (cornflower) (bachelor button) Blue Reseeds
      Coreopsis, Tickseed Yellow Needs good drainage, sun
      Coreopsis, Broadleaf Yellow Reseeds, sun
      Corydalis Yellow flowers Ground cover, spreads
      Culvers root White native
      Daylily Cream
      Daylily Red Short
      Daylily hybrid Orange
      Daylily, Parks  gold Gold tetraploid Thick petals
      Daylily ‘Siloam Ethel Smith’ Creamy with a rose eye and chartreuse throat
      Daylily ‘Bric-a-Brac’ Cream, purple center
      Daylily ‘Challenger’ Red/gold throat
      Daylily gold gold
      Daylily ‘Grapette’ Purple Short
      Daylily ‘Jolene Nichole’ Rose
      Daylily ‘Just Kiss Me’ pale cream pink with red eye and edge yellow green throat Early
      Daylily ‘Kwanso’ Double orange
      Daylily ‘Lady Scarlet’ Scarlet yellow center 18-24” tetraploid
      Daylily  ‘Lullaby Baby’ Pale pink
      Daylily ‘Octoberfest’ Red orange blend tall
      Daylily ‘Old King Cole’ Red-purple and ivory bicolor with lemon to green throat. Tall
      Daylily ‘Pandora’s Box’ White with dark red center
      Daylily Parks Red Red Tall
      Daylily, peach Peach
      Daylily ‘Siloam Show Girl’ Dark red 12-18 inches
      Daylily ‘Something Wonderful’ Tan to pink
      Daylily, ‘Spellfire’ Yellow with red center 18-24 inches
      Daylily, ‘Siloam Tee Tiny’ Rose purple center 28-24”
      Daylily, spider Red
      Daylily, Touched by Grace peach gold with tangerine orange eye above green throat 30” tetraploid
      Daylily Stella ‘d Oro Gold Rebloomer
      Dead Nettle (lamium) Several varieties White or purple flowers Ground cover, part shade
      Epimedium Yellow, small Early spring
      Euonymous Ground cover/bush
      Feverfew White Decorative plant and herb
      Filapendula White tall
      Forget-me-not Blue, pink, white Early spring bloom, spreads
      Foxglove yellow Perennial
      Geranium Light purple Hardy perennial
      Geranium, native pink Extremely hardy
      Geranium ‘Wargrave Pink’ Pink Perennial Geranium reseeds
      Ginger, European Insignificant flower Ground cover, shade
      Grass, Arundo donax Bamboolike 6 to 30 ft. tall
      Grass ‘Strawberry and Cream’ Variegated Short, spreads
      Grass, Blue Lyme Blue foliage Short, spreads
      Grass, Miscanthus Variegated Tall
      Grass, sea oats Medium height
      Helebore (Lenten rose) Pinks, white, purple Very early spring
      Hens and chickens Yellow Dry well drained areas
      Herb, Angelica Decorative seed heads Tall, reseeds
      Herb, Catmint ‘Walkers Low’ Blue Sun to 3 ft. nice spread
      Herb Catnip White flowers Reseeds
      Herb Comfrey Pink Large plant
      Herb, Chives Pink
      Herb Garlic Chives
      Herb  lemon balm White flowers Lemon flavor
      Herb, marjoram (golden) Gold foliage. Groundcover
      Herb, peppermint white Spreads
      Herb, chocolate mint Low grower, spreads
      Herb, motherwort Reseeds
      Herb Oregano Purple flower Full sun, poor soil
      Herb  Pennyroyal Purple Spreads
      Hosta Green and variegated Different types, small and large leafed.
      Hosta, Regal Splendor Blue gray leaves Some shade
      Iris Mixed colors
      Iris, ‘Autumn Embers’ Yellow, brown falls
      Iris ‘Black Knight’ Purple/black
      Iris ‘Centurion’
      Iris ‘Great Lakes’ Light blue
      Iris, ‘Ritz” Yellow maroon spots on falls
      Iris, Louisiana Purple
      Iris, Siberian Purple
      Iris, water Yellow flowers Wet or regular ground
      Lamb’s ears, common Silver foliage, purple flower Ground cover, medium height
      Liatris Pink Good drainage
      Lily of the valley White flower Shade, ground cover, spreads
      Lungwort Blue flower Shade, early spring
      Lysmachia ‘Firecracker’ Purple foliage Yellow flowers Spreads
      Lysmachia, Alexander Variegated foliage, yellow flower spreads
      Meadow rue White Damp shade
      Montauk daisy Daisy like Chrysanthemum fall blooming
      Orphanage plant Tiny daisylike Tall ferny foliage
      Pachysandra White Ground cover
      Penstemon White Native pollinator
      Phlox, ‘David’ White flower
      Plumbago Blue Ground cover
      Rose campion Rose flowers, silver leaves
      Sedum  mixed Yellow or white groundcover
      Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ Pink Taller
      Sedum, ‘Dragon blood’ Red flowers
      Solomon’s seal White flower Variegated foliage. Shade
      Spiderwort purple
      Star of Bethlehem white bulb
      Sweet Woodruff White flowers Shade, groundcover
      Torch lily or red-hot poker Orange/yellow Good drainage, full sun
      Tree, maple
      Tree, red oak
      Tree, rose of Sharon Mixed colors Small tree/shrub
      Turtlehead Pink flower Shade, fall bloom
      Valerian White Attracts butterflies, herb
      Vine chocolate vine Small flowers/decorative seed pods Robust vine
      Vine, trumpet orange Woody vine
      Woody plant Ash leafed spirea White flower spreads
      Woody plant barberry
      Woody plant burning bush Red leaves
      Woody plant butterfly bush Purple Emerges late check for roots
      Woody plant Kerria japonica Yellow
      Woody plant, red currant Bush, fruit for jelly
      Woody plant, elderberry White hybrid
      Woody Plant flowering quince Deep red Large shrub, fruit
      Woody plant Lilac White and lavender Forms clumps
      Woody plant Raspberry White flowers, red fruit Spreads
      Woody plant Summersweet ‘Ruby Spire” Pink flower Very fragrant native
      Woody plant, Butterfly bush Purple Comes out very late
      Winter creeper Ground cover
      Yucca White flower spike Full sun




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