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Down to Earth Garden Club Spring Plant Sale

May 18 @ 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

'Angels Blush'

‘Angels Blush’

The Down to Earth Garden Club annual spring plant sale will be held at BMP, 1263 Maple Ave, DuBois, PA. The sale will begin May 18 at 7:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. The hours May 19 will be from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The following is the working plant list. The numbers indicate the number of pots available. If there is no number that plant is not currently in the inventory. It may be available by the time the sale starts. Some of the plants are not up yet and may not have survived the winter. They will be subtracted in the weeks before the plant sale. We will make every effort to keep this list accurate but things come in at the last minute or aren’t in good enough condition to be sold.

All plants are sold by pot size no matter what is in them.  Some are expensive named varieties, some are old varieties but all grow in the DuBois area as they come from local gardens. They are all hardy perennials. We label to the best of our ability. 

We will try to answer any questions. If you specifically want a plant that is not currently in inventory let us know and we will try to obtain it.

Down to Earth Garden Club Plant List

2018

 No.
  1. Plant

    1. Color

    1. Comments

Aegeopodium

green

Rampant ground cover

3

Amsonia ‘Blue Star’

Blue

Anemone ‘Robusta’

Pink flowers

Spreads/ some shade

4

Archangel (Lamiastrum)

Yellow flower silver/green leaves

Ground cover

5

Artemesia ‘Limelight”

Yellow flower, yellow/green foliage

Spreads

1

Artemesia ‘Silver Mound’

Silver

Grown for silver foliage, spreads

Asiatic lily

Mixed colors

2

Aster, New England

Purple flowers

Tall

11

Aster, Tartaricus

Purple flowers

Tall

2

Astilbe

Pink

Spring bloom, some shade

1

Astilbe, mini

Pink

Low growing

Autumn crocus

Pink

After spring plant disappears, fall bloom

4

Baptesia

Blue

Tall, bushy, comes from new shoots in the spring

Beardstongue (Penstemon)

White

Native/pollinator plant

2

Bee Balm

Pink

Sun to semi-shade

1

Bee Balm ‘Jacob Cline”

Red

Sun to semi-shade

13

Bee Balm ‘Raspberry Wine’

Raspberry

Sun to semi-shade

10

Bee Balm

Red

Unknown variety

1

Bell flower) ‘Elizabeth’(companula)

Pink/mauve

Spreads/good bloomer

9

Bell flower (companula)

Blue

Spreads

1

Bell flower

Double white

Likes sun

Betony

Blue flower

17

Black-eyed-Susan

Yellow black center

hardy, spreads

6

Bleeding heart

Pink

Semi-shade

3

Bleeding heart fringed

Pink

Small, ferny foliage

Bloodroot

White

Early spring, native

5

Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’

Silver marked leaves, blue flowers

Blooms early spring, shade

1

Brunnera macrophylla

Blue flowers, green leaves

Blooms early spring shade

3

Cattails

Brown

Wet areas, ponds

Celandine

Yellow

Early spring, reseeds

1

Chameleon plant

Pink/white/green foliage

Ground cover, spreads

7

Chinese lantern

Red papery seed pods

Spreads by rhizome

7

Columbine

Mixed colors, white, pink, purple, maroon, blue

Short lived perennial, reseeds

11

Coneflower

Pink

Reseeds, sun

3

Coneflower

White

1

Coral Bells

Rose pink

10

Coreopsis, Tickseed

Yellow

Needs good drainage, sun

6

Coreopsis, Broadleaf

Yellow

Reseeds, sun

3

Cornflower

Blue

Multiplies

5

Creeping jenny

yellow

Ground cover

5

Crocosima ‘Lucifer’

Red

3

Culvers root

White

native

Daylily

Cream

2

Daylily ‘Amazing Grace’

Yellow green throat

Reblooms

Daylily ‘Betty Woods’

Yellow, green throat

Double, reblooms

1

Daylily ‘Bric-a-Brac’

Cream, purple center

3

Daylily ‘Buttered Popcorn’

Butter yellow

17

Daylily, ‘Butterscotch Ruffles’

Yellow/peach

Reblooms reliably

10

Daylily ‘Challenger’

Red/gold throat

Good for naturalizing

10

Daylily ‘Custard Candy’

Creamy. Maroon eye zone, yellow/ green throat. 

8

Daylily Esther’s red

Red

Short

1

Daylily ‘Fooled Me’

golden, red eye zone, red wire edge

Large flower, tall

Daylily gold

gold

1

Daylily ‘Grapette’

Purple

Short

1

Daylily ‘Happy Returns’

Bright yellow

Miniature reblooms

1

Daylily ‘Heidi Edelweiss’

White, yellow throat

Rebloomer

1

Daylily hybrid orange

Orange

Large flower

2

Daylily ‘Jolene Nichole’

Rose

Daylily ‘Just Kiss Me’

pale cream pink with red eye and edge yellow green throat

Early

2

Daylily ‘Kwanso’

Double orange

2

Daylily, ‘Lady Neva’

Soft buff yellow with rose eye zone and green throat

Spider, reblooms

3

Daylily ‘Lady Scarlet’

Scarlet yellow center

18-24” tetraploid

3

Daylily ‘Lemon Lily’

Yellow

Early

1

Daylily ‘Lullaby Baby’

Light pink, green throat

Fragrant

4

Daylily ‘Mauna Loa’

Amber gold, red edge

tetraploid

12

Daylily mystery

unknown

Daylily ‘Octoberfest’

Red orange blend

tall

6

Daylily ‘Pandora’s Box’

White with dark red center

6

Daylily Parks Gold

Gold tetraploid

Tall

Daylily, peach

Peach

3

Daylily ‘Purple d’Oro

Purple

Stella d’oro series

3

Daylily (from Ralph)

Unknown

7

Daylily, Salmon

Salmon

10

Daylily ‘Siloam Ethel Smith’

Creamy, rose eye, chartreuse throat

6

Daylily ‘Siloam Show Girl’

Dark red

12-18 inches

3

Daylily Something Wonderful

Peach

8

Daylily, ‘Spellfire’

Yellow with red center

18-24 inches

1

Daylily, spider

Red

24

Daylily Stella ‘d Oro

Gold

Rebloomer

5

Daylily ‘Techny Peace’

Pastel yellow blend with green throat

Reblooms

5

Daylily, ‘Touched by Grace’

peach/gold, tangerine eye, green throat

30” tetraploid

1

Daylily, ‘Web of Intrigue’

Pale orange, etched lavender/purple

Large flower, 30 “

5

Dead Nettle (lamium) Several varieties

White or purple flowers

Ground cover, part shade

Dianthus

Red, pink or white

3

Epimedium

Yellow, small

Early spring

1

Euonymous

Ground cover/bush

6

European ginger

Brown/purple

Shade, Ground cover

Feverfew

White

Decorative plant and herb

Fleabane

White

Native, pollinator

1

Forget-me-not

Blue, pink, white

Early spring bloom, spreads

2

Four-O’clock

Bright pink

Hardy

3

Foxglove (Digitalis lutens)

yellow

Perennial

Foxglove (Digitalis pupurea)

Probably white

Biennial

Geranium, native

pink

Extremely hardy

1

Geranium ‘Wargrave Pink’

Pink

Perennial Geranium reseeds

3

Grass, Arundo donax

Bamboo like

6 to 30 ft. tall

10

Grass ‘Strawberry and Cream’

Variegated

Short, spreads

12

Grass, Blue Lyme

Blue foliage

Short, spreads

12

Grass, Miscanthus

Tall

15

Grass, sea oats

Medium height

5

Grass, zebra

Variegated

1

Hellebore (Lenten rose)

Pinks, white, purple

Very early spring

7

Hens and chickens

Yellow

Dry well drained areas

3

Heliopsis

Yellow brown center

Perennial sun flower

Herb, Angelica

Decorative seed heads

Tall, reseeds

3

Herb, Banana Mint

Odor of bananas, spreads

1

Herb Catmint ‘6 hills Giant’

Blue/purple

2

Herb Catmint unknown variety

Blue

10

Herb, Catmint ‘Walkers Low’

Blue

Sun to 3 ft. nice spread

3

Herb Catnip

White flowers

Reseeds

8

Herb, Chives

Pink

1

Herb, Chocolate mint

5

Herb, comfy

Cream, pale purple

Wet shade

3

Herb, Culvers root

White

Tall

1

Herb, Garlic Chives

2

Herb lemon balm

White flowers

Lemon flavor

4

Herb, marjoram (golden)

Gold foliage. Ground cover

1

Herb, mountain mint

Tea plant, native

Herb, orange mint

Herb, peppermint

white

Spreads

1

Herb, chocolate mint

Low grower, spreads

6

Herb Pennyroyal

Purple

Spreads

2

Herb St. John’s Wort

Yellow

2

Herb, Valerian

Butterfly plant

7

Hollyhock

Mixed

3

46

Hosta

Green and variegated

Different types, small and large leafed.

Hyssop, anise

purple

5

Iris

Mixed colors

1

Iris

Light blue

1

Iris, ‘Autumn Embers’

Yellow, brown falls

Iris ‘Black Knight’

Purple/black

1

Iris ‘Great Lakes’

Light blue

1

Iris, ‘Ritz”

Yellow maroon spots on falls

3

Iris, Louisiana

Purple

2

Iris, Mt. Nitney

gold

6

Iris, Siberian

Purple

7

Iris, water

Yellow flowers

Wet or regular ground

13

Iris, yellow

yellow

3

Lamb’s ears, common

Silver foliage, purple flower

Ground cover, medium height

1

Lamb’s ears Helen von Stein

purpl

Fewer blooms, greener

Liatris

Pink

Good drainage

6

Lily of the valley

White flower

Shade, ground cover, spreads

Lily, Asiatic

Mixed Colors

8

Lily, mixed

Mixed colors

Tall

Lungwort

Blue flower

Shade, early spring

3

Loosestrife, goose neck

White

Spreads

1

Lysmachia ‘Firecracker’

Purple foliage Yellow flowers

Spreads

Lysmachia, Alexander

Variegated foliage, yellow flower

spreads

1

Lythrum, ‘Morden’s Gleam’

Purple

Not a spreader

1

Mala ‘Zabrina’

Bicolor pink/purple

Self seeding biennial

2

Meadow Rue (Thalictrum ‘Hewitt’s Double)

Mauve

Damp shade

3

Meadowsweet

White

Damp shade/tall

1

Milkweed

Pink

Sun for butterflies

1

Milkweed, Swamp

Pink

Damp

Montauk daisy

Daisy like

Chrysanthemum fall blooming

6

Orphanage plant

Tiny daisy-like

Tall ferny foliage

14

Pachysandra

White

Ground cover

1

Penstemon

White

Native pollinator

1

Peony

Pink hybrid

2

Peony

No color specified

Peony

Red

3

Phlomis (Jerusalem sage)

Purple

4

Phlox, creeping

Pink

Ground cover

1

Phlox, ‘David’

White flower

Plumbago

Blue

Ground cover

Primrose

Pink

Early spring, some shade

13

Red Hot Poker

red/yellow/orange

5

Rose campion

Rose flowers, silver leaves

8

Russian Sage

purple

Dry, good drainage

6

Sedum mixed

Yellow or white

groundcover

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’

Pink

Taller

2

Sedum black

24

Shasta daisy

Yellow center, white petal

2

Solomon’s seal

White flower

Variegated foliage. Shade

5

Spiderwort

purple

3

Spiderwort, ‘Sweet Kate’

purple

Yellow foliage

1

Star of Bethlehem

white

bulb

Stinging Nettle

Native, butterflies

6

Sweet Woodruff

White flowers

Shade, groundcover

1

Tree, black walnut

7

Tree, maple

3

Tree, red oak

10

Tree, rose of Sharon

Mixed colors

Small tree/shrub

3

Tree, tulip poplar

yellow

Tall tree, quick growing

1

Tree, white oak

1

Vine chocolate vine

Small flowers/decorative seed pods

Robust vine

1

Vine, trumpet

orange

Heavy vine/bush

8

Wisteria, vine

Purple

Woody vine

2

Verbascum ‘Sourthern Charm’

Mauve, white, pink

4

Woody plant Ash leafed spirea

White flower

spreads

1

Woody plant, bayberry

Fragrant leaves

1

Woody plant barberry

10

Woody plant burning bush

Red leaves

2

Woody plant, cotoneaster

White flower

Red berries

1

Woody plant, elderberry

White

Hybrid

2

Woody plant, forsythia

Yellow

6

Woody plant, fothergilla

White

Prefers damp

1

Woody plant, Japanese honeysuckle

white

13

Woody plant Kerria japonica (Japanese rose)

Yellow

Blooms in shade

1

Woody plant, Marshmallow

pink

2

Woody plant, Osage orange

Woody plant, red currant

Bush, fruit for jelly

2

Woody plant, pussy willow

White.

2

Woody Plant quince

Deep red

Large shrub, fruit

4

Woody plant Lilac

White and lavender

Forms clumps

Woody plant Raspberry

White flowers, red fruit

Spreads

Woody plant, Butterfly bush

Purple

Comes out very late

1

Winter creeper

Ground cover

6

Wood hyacinth

Pink, purple, white

Bulb, early spring

7

Yucca, variegated

White flower spike

Full sun

Details

Date:
May 18
Time:
7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

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