2023 Plant Sale List

This plant list is not complete. We are still digging plants for the next 2 plus weeks. There will be changes made so keep checking. There will also be plants at the sale that are not on the list as they come in at the last minute. We will probably not be bringing too many multiples of plants this year because of transportation issues.

The plant sale is Friday, May 19 from 7:00 am to 5:30pm and Saturday, May 20, from 9:00am to 12:30 pm. Please try to keep within this timeframe. There may be people there setting up or tearing down but they will not be able to sell plants. There will be no plants held unless they are paid for and then it is at your own risk.

Down to Earth Garden Club Plant List 2023 We have added a few new plant but have sold over 200 of the plants on the list. We no longer have all of these plants.

Revised 5/19/23

# of plants 5/19/23PlantColorComments
1Allium, Purple Barely survivingpurple
5Anise HyssopPurple
3Archangel (Lamiastrum)Yellow flower silver/green leavesGround cover, Hummingbirds like
2Artemesia ‘Limelight”Yellow flower, yellow/green foliageSpreads
2ArtemesiaSilverGrown for silver foliage, spreads
3Aster, New EnglandPurple flowersTall
5Aster, TartaricusPurple flowersTall
2AstilbeWhiteSome Shade
0Balloon flower, white
1BaptesiaBlueTall, bushy, comes from new shoots in the spring
4Bee Balm (fistulosa)Pink
0Bee Balm “Jacob Cline’
8Bee Balm ‘Raspberry Wine’RaspberrySun to semi-shade
4Bee Balm, redRedUnknown variety
6Bellflower ‘Elizabeth’PinkSpreads
4Bell flowerPurple/blue
2Black-eyed-SusanYellow black centerhardy, spreads
0Bleeding heart, common (2-P)
0Bleeding heart, fringed (2-P)
2BloodrootWhiteEarly spring, native
0Brunnera common
4Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’Silver marked leaves, blue flowersBlooms early spring, shade
3Carnation (pink)Pink
1CelandineYellowEarly spring, reseeds
2Chameleon plantPink/white/green foliageGround cover, spreads
1Cicely, SweetWhite
2ColombineLight pinkReseeds
3Chinese lanternRed papery seed podsSpreads by rhizome
10ConeflowerPinkReseeds, sun
2Coreopsis, Tickseed (1-M)YellowNeeds good drainage, sun
5Cornflower Centaurea montana ‘Amethyst’Purple center with white fluted petals
5Cornflower (Batchlor Button) Centaurea montanaBlueMultiplies
5Companula Elizabeth
2CorydalisYellowSome shade
4Creeping jennyyellowGround cover
1Culvers rootWhitenative
3Daffodil, White (4-J)
1Daisy no growth
2Daisy, Montauk (13-J)
0Daisy, ShastaWhite
3Daylily, ‘Boagie’
2Daylily, ‘Butter colored’Butter yellow
0Daylily, ‘Butterscotch Ruffles’Yellow/peachReblooms reliably
3Daylily, ‘Challenger’Red/gold throatGood for naturalizing
1Daylily, ‘Custard Candy’Creamy. Maroon eye zone, yellow/ green throat. 
1Daylily, ‘Daring Dilemma’
2Daylily, ‘Double Classic’ Siloampink
1Daylily, ‘Double Peach”’peach
2Daylily, ‘Esther’s Red’
2Daylily, Ethel Smithpinkish beige with deep rose eyezone and green throat20” 3.25” flower
3Daylily, ‘Fairy Tale Pink’Pink, Green throat24 in reblooms
2Daylily, ‘Gentle Shepard’ 1 no growth
3Daylily, ‘Heidi Edelweiss’White, yellow throatRebloomer
3Daylily, Janice BrownPink and rose
3Daylily, ‘Jolene Nichole’Rose
1Daylily, Kwanzo (1-M)Double orange
0Daylily, ‘Lady Neva’Soft buff yellow with rose eye zone and green throatSpider, reblooms
3Daylily, ‘Lemon Lily’YellowEarly
1Daylily ‘Little Grapette’
3Daylily, ‘Lullaby Baby’Light pink, green throatFragrant
3Daylily, ‘Mauna Loa’Amber gold, red edgetetraploid
0Daylily, ‘Mephastopheles’
2Daylily, ‘Old King Cole’medium red-purple and ivory bicolor
0Daylily, ‘Orchid Candy’Light orchid dark eye zone
3Daylily, Parks Tetra GoldGold tetraploidTall
3Daylily, ‘Prairie Blue Eyes’lavender
3Daylily, ‘Raining Violets’
1Daylily, ‘Ralph II’
1Daylily ‘Salmon’
0Daylily, ‘Show Girl’ SiloamDark red12-18 inches
2Daylily, ‘Spellfire’Yellow with red center18-24 inches
Daylily, ‘Startle’Red and cream
3Daylily, Stella ‘d OroGoldRebloomer
1Daylily, ‘Touched by Grace’peach/gold, tangerine eye, green throat30” tetraploid
4Daylily, ‘Web of Intrigue’
2Daylily, ‘Wineberry candy’ or WineberryOrchid pink4.75″ flower midseason
2Daylily, yellowYellow
2Dead Nettle ‘Beacon Silver’
3Dead Nettle (lamium)White or purple flowersGround cover, part shade
3EpimediumYellow, smallEarly spring
4European gingerBrown/purpleShade, Ground cover
3Fairy Bells Campanula persicifoliaBlue/purpleRhizomes
0Evening primroseyellownight bloomer
4Forget-me-not, blueblue
4Forget-me-not, whitewhiteEarly spring bloom, spreads
3Geranium, ‘Mourning WidowSmall purplePerennial Geranium
3Geranium ‘Wargrave Pink’PinkPerennial Geranium reseeds
2Globe ThistleBlue
0Grape Hyacinth (1-J)
0Grass ‘Strawberry and Cream’VariegatedShort, spreads
0Grass, Miscanthus
0Grass, Blue LymeBlue foliageShort, spreads
0Grass, Sea Oats
4Hellebore (Lenten rose)Pinks, white, purpleVery early spring
0Hens and chickens (2-P)YellowDry, well drained areas
0Heliopsis scabraYellow brown centerPerennial sun flower
0Herb, AngelicaDecorative seed headsTall, reseeds
1Herb, Banana mint no growthOdor of bananas, spreads
1Herb, Catmint
0Herb, Catmint ‘6 Hills Giant’Blue/purple
3Herb, Catmint ‘Walkers Low’BlueSun to 3 ft. nice spread
3Herb, CatnipWhite flowersReseeds
2Herb, Chicory no growthBlue
0Herb, ChivesPink
3Herb, Chocolate mint
2Herb, ComfreyCream, pale purpleWet shade
0Herb, Feverfew (1-M)
4Herb, Garlic
3Herb, Horseradish
4Herb, Lemon balmWhite flowersLemon flavor
3Herb, Mint
2Herb, Motherwortwhitemedicinal
3Herb, Mountain mintTea plant, native
4Herb, Oregano whitecooking
1Herb, PennyroyalPurpleSpreads
0Herb, Tarragon
1Herb, ValerianButterfly plant
2Honesty (money plant) (2-P) no growthPurple to whiteBiennial grown for seed pods
12HostaGreen and variegated, some named varietiesDifferent types, small and large leafed.
1Hosta, Franzen
3Hosta, Hyacinth
5Hosta, Plantagenet
1Iris, Ember
2Iris, Varigated 1 no growthYellowGrown for leaves
3Iris, purple/whitePurple/white flowers
3Iris, light blueLight blue
1Iris, water no growthYellow flowersWet or regular ground
4Iris, SiberianPurple
2Iris, yellowyellow
4kiwiVine for fruit
4Iron weed no growth
2Knotweed, varigatedColorful foliage
3Lady’s Mantle (5-S)InsignificantShade
4Lamb’s ears, common 2 no growthSilver foliage, purple flowerGround cover, medium height
0Lamb’s ears Helen von SteinpurpleFewer blooms, greener
3LiatrisPinkGood drainage
3Lily of the valleyWhite flowerShade, ground cover, spreads
0Lily, tallMixed colorsTall
4LungwortBlue flowerShade, early spring
6Lysmachia ‘Firecracker’Purple foliage Yellow flowersSpreads
3Loosestrife, Morden’s Gleam lythrumPurpleNot a spreader
4MeadowsweetWhiteDamp shade/tall
3Milkweed, SwampPinkDamp
Monarda – See Bee Balm
3Orphanage plantTiny daisy-likeTall ferny foliage
3PachysandraWhiteGround cover
1Peony, Bowl of Beauty
4Phlox, ‘David’White flower
2Phlox, pink and white
4Plumbago d
2Pussytoes, Plantain Leaf (Hawkweed)
0Queen of the PrairiePink
4Red Hot Poker (6-J)Mixed, reds, yellows, oranges
4Rose campionRose flowers, silver leaves
1Russian sage No growth
9Sedum mixed 1 badYellow or whitegroundcover
4Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ (5-J)PinkTaller
0Snow Drops (1-J)
1Snow in Summer (1-J) No growth
4Solomon’s seal, varigatedWhite flowerVariegated foliage. Shade
4Star of Bethlehemwhitebulb
3Summer Sweet (aka Clethera) 1 no growthbush
1Sweet fern no growth
1Sweet WoodruffWhite flowersShade, groundcover
6Tree, maple, Red
0Tree, Oak, red
3Tree, rose of SharonMixed colorsSmall tree/shrub
2Trumpet Vineorangevine native
0Vinca, varigatedPurpleGround cover
1Vine chocolate vineSmall flowers/decorative seed podsRobust vine
0Wisteria, vinePurpleWoody vine
3Woods hyacinth
1Woody plant, Ash leafed spireaWhite flowerspreads
2Woody plant, Burning BushRed leaves
1Woody plant Hydrangea ‘Annabelle’WhiteTall
1Woody plant, Forsythia
3Woody plant, Japanese roseYellowBlooms in shade Early blooms
1Woody plant, Lilac, WhiteWhiteForms clumps
1Woody plant, Mock OrangeWhite
1Woody plant, Osage Orange
6Woody plant, Red CurrantBush, fruit for jelly
3Woody plant, Snowball bush (2-P)white
2Yucca (1-J)White