2021 Plant Sale


The Down to Earth Garden Club plant sale will be held:

Friday May 21 from 7:00am-5:30 pm

Saturday May 22 from 9:00 am-12:30 pm Times are subject to minor adjustments. Bad weather may result in earlier closing times.

The sale will be held at BMP products 1263 Maple Ave, DuBois, PA 15801

The list of plants that will be available is as accurate as we can make it at the moment. There will be plants coming in the days of the sale and they will not be registered. Up until that point the list may be changing.

We will not hold plants without payment. Plants are left for later pickup at the buyers risk. Please do not try to purchase plants while the workers are setting up. They cannot accommodate buyers.

2021 Plant List

NumberPlantColorComments
6AconitePurplePoisonous
2AegeopodiumgreenRampant ground cover
7Anemone ‘Robusta’Pink flowersSpreads/ some shade
4Anise HyssopPurple
2Archangel (Lamiastrum)Yellow flower silver/green leavesGround cover
3Artemesia ‘Limelight”Yellow flower, yellow/green foliageSpreads
2ArtemesiaSilverGrown for silver foliage, spreads
1Asiatic lilyMixed colors
5Aster, New EnglandPurple flowersTall
8Aster, TartaricusPurple flowersTall
1AstilbePinkSpring bloom, some shade
1BaptesiaBlueTall, bushy, comes from new shoots in the spring
1Bee Balm (monarda)PinkSun to semi-shade
1Bee Balm ‘Blue Stocking’Purple
7Bee Balm ‘Raspberry Wine’RaspberrySun to semi-shade
4Bee BalmRedUnknown variety
6Bell flower) ‘Elizabeth’(companula)Pink/mauveSpreads/good bloomer
4Bell flowerPurple
9Black-eyed-SusanYellow black centerhardy, spreads
7BloodrootWhiteEarly spring, native
10BonesetWhiteDamp
4Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’Silver marked leaves, blue flowersBlooms early spring, shade
1Cactus, prickly pearYellowHardy
3CalendulaYellow/orange
2CelandineYellowEarly spring, reseeds
3Chameleon plantPink/white/green foliageGround cover, spreads
2Cicely, SweetWhite
2Chinese lanternRed papery seed podsSpreads by rhizome
2ColumbineMixed colors, white, pink, purple, maroon, blueShort lived perennial, reseeds
3ConeflowerPinkReseeds, sun
2ConeflowerWhite
23ConeflowerUnknown colors
4Coreopsis, TickseedYellowNeeds good drainage, sun
4Cornflower Centaurea montana ‘Amethyst’Purple center with white fluted petals
5Cornflower (Batchlor Button) Centaurea montanaBlueMultiplies
6CorydalisYellowSome shade
5Creeping jennyyellowGround cover
4Culvers rootWhitenative
5Daisy, ShastaWhite
2Datura metel fastuosaLight purpleGrows in poor soil
2Daylily ‘Boagie’Or Bogie?
2Daylily ‘Buttered Popcorn’Butter yellow
3Daylily, ‘Butterscotch Ruffles’Yellow/peachReblooms reliably
5Daylily ‘Challenger’Red/gold throatGood for naturalizing
5Daylily ‘Custard Candy’Creamy. Maroon eye zone, yellow/ green throat. 
1Daylily, ‘Daring Dilemma’cream tinted pink with plum edge and plum eyezone above green throat
1Daylily, ‘Double Peach”’peach
1Daylily, Ethel Smithpinkish beige with deep rose eyezone and green throat20” 3.25” flower
5Daylily ‘Fairy Tale Pink’Pink, Green throat24 in reblooms
2Daylily, ‘Firestorm’brick red with gold olive throat
5Daylily ‘Heidi Edelweiss’White, yellow throatRebloomer
1Daylily hybrid orangeOrangeLarge flower
1Daylily, Janice BrownPink and rose
8Daylily ‘Jolene Nichole’Rose
2Daylily, ‘Lady Neva’Soft buff yellow with rose eye zone and green throatSpider, reblooms
10Daylily ‘Lemon Lily’YellowEarly
4Daylily ‘Lullaby Baby’Light pink, green throatFragrant
5Daylily ‘Mauna Loa’Amber gold, red edgetetraploid
5Daylily ‘Old King Cole’medium red-purple and ivory bicolor
1Daylily, ‘Orchid Candy’Light orchid dark eye zone

1Daylily ‘Pandora’s Box’White with dark red center
4Daylily Parks GoldGold tetraploidTall

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Daylily, peachPeach
4Daylily, ‘Prarie Blue Eyes’lavender
1Daylily ‘Purple d’OroPurpleStella d’oro series
5Daylily, ‘Siloam Double Classic’pink
2Daylily ‘Siloam Show Girl’Dark red12-18 inches
1Daylily Something WonderfulPeach
2Daylily, ‘Spellfire’Yellow with red center18-24 inches
2Daylily, ‘Startle’Red and cream
1Daylily Stella ‘d OroGoldRebloomer
3Daylily, ‘Touched by Grace’peach/gold, tangerine eye, green throat30” tetraploid
1Daylily, ‘Wineberry candy’Orchid pink4.75″ flower midseason
1Daylily, yellowYellow
5Dead Nettle (lamium) Several varietiesWhite or purple flowersGround cover, part shade
7EpimediumYellow, smallEarly spring
4European gingerBrown/purpleShade, Ground cover
1Evening primroseyellownight bloomer
3Forget-me-notBlue, pink, whiteEarly spring bloom, spreads
2Geranium, ‘Mourning WidowSmall purplePerennial Geranium
3Geranium ‘Wargrave Pink’PinkPerennial Geranium reseeds
4Globe ThistleBlue
1Grass ‘Strawberry and Cream’VariegatedShort, spreads
3Grass, Blue LymeBlue foliageShort, spreads
1Grass, Miscanthus
Tall
2Grass, sea oats
Medium height
1Grass, zebraVariegated
19Hellebore (Lenten rose)Pinks, white, purpleVery early spring
19Hens and chickensYellowDry, well drained areas
1Heliopsis scabraYellow brown centerPerennial sun flower
2Herb, AngelicaDecorative seed headsTall, reseeds
5Herb, Banana Mint
Odor of bananas, spreads
1Herb Catmint ‘6 hills Giant’Blue/purple
2Herb Catmint unknown varietyBlue
2Herb, Catmint ‘Walkers Low’BlueSun to 3 ft. nice spread
5Herb CatnipWhite flowersReseeds
2ChicoryBlue
5Herb, ChivesPink
4Herb, Chocolate mint

3Herb, comfreyCream, pale purpleWet shade
2Dill
2FeverfewWhiteShowy
5Herb, Garlic

2Herb, Horseradish

5Herb lemon balmWhite flowersLemon flavor
4Lemon grassNot hardy
1Herb, marjoram (golden)
Gold foliage. Ground cover
4Motherwortwhitemedicinal
4Herb, mountain mint
Tea plant, native
5Herb, oreganowhitecooking
2Herb PennyroyalPurpleSpreads
3Herb, Tarragon

1Herb, Thyme

2Herb, Valerian
Butterfly plant
29HostaGreen and variegated, some named varietiesDifferent types, small and large leafed.
3 Honesty (money plant)Purple to whiteBiennial grown for seed pods
2IrisBlue/purple
6Iris, VarigatedYellowGrown for leaves
2Iris, waterYellow flowersWet or regular ground
3Iris, yellowyellow
4Knotweed, varigatedColorful foliage
1Lady’s MantleInsignificantShade
4Lamb’s ears, commonSilver foliage, purple flowerGround cover, medium height
4Lamb’s ears Helen von SteinpurpleFewer blooms, greener
9LiatrisPinkGood drainage
5Lily of the valleyWhite flowerShade, ground cover, spreads
1Lily, mixedMixed colorsTall
1LungwortBlue flowerShade, early spring
4Lysmachia ‘Firecracker’Purple foliage Yellow flowersSpreads
5Lythrum, ‘Morden’s Gleam’PurpleNot a spreader
4MeadowsweetWhiteDamp shade/tall
4Milkweed, SwampPinkDamp
1Ornamental onion “Summer Bells”Pink and whiteBulb
6Orphanage plantTiny daisy-likeTall ferny foliage
7PachysandraWhiteGround cover
4Phlox, ‘David’White flower
1Phlox,Pink and white
3PoppyReddish orange
5PrimrosePinkEarly spring, some shade
3Queen of the PrariePink
9Red Hot PokerMixed, reds, yellows, oranges
3Rose campionRose flowers, silver leaves
14Sedum mixedYellow or whitegroundcover
4Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’PinkTaller
5Shasta daisyYellow center, white petal
8Solomon’s seal, varigatedWhite flowerVariegated foliage. Shade
2Spiderwortpurple
8Star of Bethlehemwhitebulb
9Sweet WoodruffWhite flowersShade, groundcover
4Tree, maple

4Tree, rose of SharonMixed colorsSmall tree/shrub
1Tree, tulip poplaryellowTall tree, quick growing
4TurtleheadPinkShade
1Vinca, varigatedPurpleGround cover
1Vine chocolate vineSmall flowers/decorative seed podsRobust vine
2Wisteria, vinePurpleWoody vine
4Woody plant, Ash leafed spireaWhite flowerspreads
9Woody plant, burning bushRed leaves
9Woody plant, Kerria japonica (Japanese rose)YellowBlooms in shade Early blooms
3Woody plant, LilacWhiteForms clumps
4Woody plant, Osage orange

6Woody plant, red currant
Bush, fruit for jelly
2Woody plant, Snowball bushwhite
3YuccaWhite