DTEGC 2024 Plant List

yellow arhangel

Updated 5/14/24

Other plants will come in the day of the sale and will not be listed.

? are available but are presently not counted.

3Anemone robustissima
5Archangel (Lamiastrum)Yellow flower silver/green leavesGround cover, Hummingbirds like
5Artemesia ‘Limelight”Yellow flower, yellow/green foliageSpreads
Artemesia silverSilverGrown for silver foliage, spreads
2Aster, New EnglandPurple flowersTall
8Aster, TatarianPurple flowersTall
4Astilbe, whitewhite
Balloon flower, white
1Baptesia (plus 2 maybe)BlueTall, bushy, comes from new shoots in the spring
Bee Balm ‘Blue Stocking’Purple
Bee Balm “Jacob Cline’
Bee Balm, pinkpink
1Bee Balm ‘Raspberry (Wine) ?RaspberrySun to semi-shade
3Bee Balm, redRedUnknown variety
3Bee balm, ‘Monarda fistulosa’light purple/violet
4Black-eyed-Susan (?)Yellow black centerhardy, spreads
1Bleeding heart, common
Bleeding heart, fringed
2Blue Lyme GrassBlue foliage
2BloodrootWhiteEarly spring, native
2Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’Silver marked leaves, blue flowersBlooms early spring, shade
7Campanula, Bellflower ElizabethMauve
2Campanula, Bellflower, blue (plus 2 maybe)blue
Carnations ‘Pinks’pink
2CelandineYellowEarly spring, reseeds
2Chameleon plantPink/white/green foliageGround cover, spreads
1Chinese lanternRed papery seed podsSpreads by rhizome
1Cicely, SweetWhite
1Columbine, light pinkLight pink, green throat
11Coneflower (plus 2 maybe)PinkReseeds, sun
Coneflower, raspberry coloredRaspberry
1Coreopsis, TickseedYellowNeeds good drainage, sun
4Cornflower Centaurea montana ‘Amethyst’Purple center with white fluted petals
2Cornflower (Batchlor Button) Centaurea montana (plus 1 maybe)BlueMultiplies
1CorydalisYellowSome shade
5Cranesbill (aka wild geranium, perennial)
4Creeping jennyyellowGround cover
3Culvers root (plus 1 maybe)Whitenative
1Daffodil, White
6Daisy, Montauk
5Daisy, ShastaWhite
4Daylily, ‘Black-eyed Stella’
3Daylily, ‘Bogie’ (more)
2Daylily, ‘Butter colored’Butter yellow
Daylily, ‘Butterscotch Ruffles’Yellow/peachReblooms reliably
6Daylily, ‘Challenger’ (more)Red/gold throatGood for naturalizing
Daylily, ‘Custard Candy’Creamy. Maroon eye zone, yellow/ green throat. 
Daylily, ‘Darling Dilemma’
1Daylily, ‘Double Classic’ Siloampink
Daylily, ‘Double Peach”’peach
1Daylily, ‘Esther’s Red’
3Daylily, Ethel Smithpinkish beige with deep rose eyezone and green throat20” 3.25” flower
3Daylily, ‘Fairy Tale Pink’ (more)Pink, Green throat24 in reblooms
1Daylily, ‘Fulva’
Daylily, ‘Gentle Shepard’
3Daylily, ‘Heidi Edelweiss’ (more)White, yellow throatRebloomer
Daylily, Janice BrownPink and rose
3Daylily, ‘Jolene Nichole’ (more…20+)Rose
1Daylily, Kwanzo
Daylily, ‘Lady Neva’Soft buff yellow with rose eye zone and green throatSpider, reblooms
1Daylily, ‘Lemon” (sharon)YellowEarly
Daylily ‘Little Grapette’
Daylily, ‘Lullaby Baby’Light pink, green throatFragrant
3Daylily, ‘Mauna Loa’ (more)Amber gold, red edgetetraploid
Daylily, ‘Mephastopheles’
4Daylily, ‘Old King Cole’medium red-purple and ivory bicolor
Daylily, ‘Orchid Candy’Light orchid dark eye zone
3Daylily, Parks Tetra Gold (more)Gold tetraploidTall
3Daylily, ‘Prairie Blue Eyes’ (more)lavender
3Daylily, ‘Raining Violets’
1Daylily, ‘Ralph II’
3Daylily, ‘Ruby Spider’
Daylily ‘Salmon’
Daylily, ‘Show Girl’ SiloamDark red12-18 inches
Daylily, ‘Spellfire’Yellow with red center18-24 inches
Daylily, ‘Startle’Red and cream
3Daylily, Stella ‘d Oro (more)GoldRebloomer
Daylily, ‘Touched by Grace’peach/gold, tangerine eye, green throat30” tetraploid
3Daylily, ‘Web of Intrigue’
Daylily, ‘Wineberry candy’ or WineberryOrchid pink4.75″ flower midseason
Daylily, yellowYellow
Dead Nettle (lamium)White or purple flowersGround cover, part shade
4Dead Nettle – ‘beacon silver (lamium)
2EpimediumYellow, smallEarly spring
1European gingerBrown/purpleShade, Ground cover
Evening primroseyellownight bloomer
Fairy bell
2Fern, Bracken
Forget-me-not, blueblue
Forget-me-not, whitewhiteEarly spring bloom, spreads
1Geranium, ‘Mourning WidowSmall purplePerennial Geranium (G. phaeum)
1Geranium ‘Wargrave Pink’PinkPerennial Geranium reseeds (G. x oxonianum)
Globe ThistleBlue
Grape Hyacinth
Grass ‘Strawberry and Cream’VariegatedShort, spreads
Grass, Miscanthus
2Grass, Blue LymeBlue foliageShort, spreads
Grass, Sea Oats
Hydrangea annabelle
5Hellebore (Lenten rose)Pinks, white, purpleVery early spring
12Hens and chickens (PAT will bring 12)YellowDry, well drained areas
Heliopsis scabraYellow brown centerPerennial sun flower
1Herb, AngelicaDecorative seed headsTall, reseeds
Herb, Banana mintOdor of bananas, spreads
Herb, Catmint
Herb, Catmint ‘6 Hills Giant’Blue/purple
7Herb, Catmint ‘Walkers Low’BlueSun to 3 ft. nice spread
2Herb, CatnipWhite flowersReseeds
Herb, ChicoryBlue
Herb, ChivesPink
1Herb, Chocolate mint
Herb, ComfreyCream, pale purpleWet shade
Herb, Feverfew
2Herb, Garlic
3Herb, Horseradish
3Herb, Jerusalem artichoke
6Herb, Lemon balmWhite flowersLemon flavor
Herb, Mint
3Herb, Motherwortwhitemedicinal
2Herb, Mountain mint (plus 1 maybe)Tea plant, native
1Herb, Oreganowhitecooking
3Herb, PennyroyalPurpleSpreads
Herb, Tarragon
Herb, ValerianButterfly plant
1Honesty (money plant) (plus 1 maybe)Purple to whiteBiennial grown for seed pods
33Hosta, various (15 + 7 + 11)Green and variegated, some named varietiesDifferent types, small and large leafed.
Hosta, Franzen
1Hosta, Hyacinth
3Hosta, Plantagenet
2Hyssop, AnisePurple
Iris, Embankment
Iris, VarigatedYellowGrown for leaves
2Iris, purple/whitePurple/white flowers
1Iris, light blueLight blue
Iris, waterYellow flowersWet or regular ground
1Iris, yellowyellow
2Iris, Siberian
1Iron weed
4Knotweed, varigatedColorful foliage
1Lady’s MantleInsignificantShade
5Lamb’s ears, common (plus 1 maybe)Silver foliage, purple flowerGround cover, medium height
Lamb’s ears Helen von SteinpurpleFewer blooms, greener
Liatris (maybe 1)PinkGood drainage
9Lily of the valleyWhite flowerShade, ground cover, spreads
Lily, tallMixed colorsTall
LungwortBlue flowerShade, early spring
3Lysmachia ‘Firecracker’Purple foliage Yellow flowersSpreads
3Lythrum, Morden’s Gleam, loosestrifePurpleNot a spreader
3MeadowsweetWhiteDamp shade/tall
5Milkweed, Swamp (find it under Swamp milkweed)PinkDamp
Monardo – See Bee Balm
3Orphanage plantTiny daisy-likeTall ferny foliage
10PachysandraWhiteGround cover
Peony, Bowl of Beauty
1Phlox, ‘David’White flower
Phlox, pink and white
4PlumbagoBlueGround cover
Pussytoes, Plantain Leaf (Hawkweed)
3Queen of the PrairiePink
4Red Hot PokerMixed, reds, yellows, oranges
3Rose campionRose flowers, silver leaves
1Russian sage
15Sedum mixedYellow or whitegroundcover
3Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’PinkTaller
Snow Drops
Snow in Summer
14Solomon’s seal, varigatedWhite flowerVariegated foliage. Shade
1Star of Bethlehemwhitebulb
Sweet fern
Sweet Woodruff (maybe 1)White flowersShade, groundcover
1Turkey corn (native bleeding heart)White flowersWoodland plant
1Trumpet Vine
1Vinca, varigatedPurpleGround cover
Vine chocolate vine (Maybe 1)Small flowers/decorative seed podsRobust vine
3Wisteria, vine (Plus 3 maybe)PurpleWoody vine
1Woods hyacinth
Woody plant, Ash leafed spireaWhite flowerspreads
Woody plant, Burning BushRed leaves
1Woody plant, Forsythia
5Woody plant, Hops (or is it a vine or bine)
Woody plant, Japanese roseYellowBlooms in shade Early blooms
5Woody plant, Kiwi
1Woody plant, Lilac, whiteForms clumps
3Woody plant, Tree, Maple, Red
1Woody plant, Mock Orange
Woody plant, Tree, Oak
Woody plant, Osage Orange
Woody plant, Pussy Willow
3Woody plant, Red CurrantBush, fruit for jelly
Woody plant, Rose of Sharonmixed colorsSmall tree/shrub
Woody plant, Snowball bushwhite
Woody plant, Summer Sweet (aka Clethera)bush