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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Annual TAGETES patula ‘Strawberry Blonde’ Marigold

A color-changing and ruffled marigold that opens red and age to cream and pink. More vibrant colored once the temps begin to drop in the fall. Great for containers. Remember to deadhead to keep it neat and keep it flowering well.

8-12 Full sun Tropical
Perennial TANACETUM coccineum ‘Robinson’s Rose’ Painted Daisy

Deep rose pink daisies in June-July over lacy foliage.  

2-3 feet Sun 3
Perennial TANACETUM ‘James Kelway’ Painted Daisy

An old fashioned perennial that makes a wonderful cut flower with bright, richly colored daisies. Keep deadheading to encourage rebloom. Requires a well drained soil in the sun.

18-24" Sun 3
TAXUS bacata ‘Amersfoort’ Dwarf English Yew

Needles are shorter and more oval than other yews on outspreading branches.  Interesting texture lends itself to bonsai.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade/Shade 5
Conifer TAXUS baccata ‘Amersfoort’ Amersfoort English Yew

A dwarf cultivar that grows very slowly to 5-8’ tall that form an attractive, slow-growing shrub over the first 10 years with stiff, outward-spreading branches and dark-green, short, oval, flattened needles that are unusual for this species.

dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in 10 years) Full Sun/Part Shade 5
TAXUS cuspidata ‘Dwarf Bright Gold’ Dwarf Golden Yew

Slow-growing and spreading but taller than T. ‘Nana Aurescens’ with similar golden-yellow color. Protect from winter sun and wind.

3 feet tall by 5 feet wide Sun/Part Shade/Shade
Conifer TAXUS cuspidata ‘Emerald Spreader’ Spreading Yew

Low-spreading cultivar with attractive emerald green foliage.

30 inches tall by 8 feet wide Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Conifer TAXUS cuspidata ‘Nana Aurescens’ Dwarf Golden Yew

Low and spreading with bright golden-yellow needles. Slow-growing. Protect from winter sun and wind.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Conifer TAXUS media ‘Maureen’ Dwarf Yew

A narrow, columnar form with dark green needles.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Conifer TAXUS media ‘Taunton’ Taunton's Yew

A dwarf, spreading cultivar with dark green needles noted for their resistance to winter burn and tolerance of summer heat. Great for hedges, screens and foundation plantings.

Intermediate (6-12"/year)6-12 feet in 10 years Full Sun/Part Shade 4
TEUCRIUM canadense ‘Summer Sunshine’ Creeping Germander

Low-growing groundcover with small, scallop-edged, bright yellow leaves in spring that mature to lime. Pink flowers on short spikes appear in mid to late summer.

6-8 inches
Perennial THALICTRUM aquilegifolium Meadow Rue

Fluffy lilac-rose flowers in dense panicles bloom in June-July over columbine-like foliage. 

2-3 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 5
Perennial THALICTRUM aquilegifolium ‘Nimbus Pink’ Meadow Rue

Large heads of fluffy pink flowers on dark stems over columbine-like foliage in early summer.

26-28 inches Sun/Part Shade 5
Perennial THALICTRUM aquilegifolium ‘Nimbus White’ Meadow Rue

Large heads of fluffy white flowers on dark stems over columbine-like foliage in early summer.

26-28 inches Sun/Part Shade 5
Perennial THALICTRUM ‘Hewitt’s Double’ Double Meadow Rue

From midsummer through fall this tall plant is covered with large cloud-like flower heads of small, lavender, pompom-like, double flowers over airy maidenhair fern-like, deer-resistant foliage. Attracts bees and butterflies Deer and rabbit resistant  

4-6 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial THALICTRUM rochebrunianum ‘Lavender Mist’ Lavender Mist Meadow Rue

Numerous small, airy, lavender flowers on tall stems from July-August. Self-supporting if in sun.

6-8 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Fern THELYPTERIS novaboracensis New York Fern

Soft, finely textured fern crows in clumps but can multiply quickly forming dense colonies. Deer resistant.

12-24 inches Part Shade/Shade 3
Perennial THERMOPSIS caroliniana Carolina Lupine

Yellow lupine-like flowers on 4’ spikes in June-July. Attracts bees and butterflies

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Autumn Moon’ Arborvitae

A nice rounded form with bright yellow fans.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Brobeck’s Tower’ Arborvitae

A narrow, columnar form with twisted fans of bright green foliage.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Filiformis’ Thread-leaf Arborvitae

Upright form with long thread-like, pendulous branches. Amy calls this plant “Cousin It”.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Filip’s Magic Moment’ Arborvitae

Yellow-green to gold foliage on a upright conical shrub.  A mutation from T. ‘Smaragd’.  From Proven Winners.

6-8 feet tall by 1-3 feet wide Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Fire Chief’ Arborvitae

The foliage is bright yellow with an orange cast. When young the plant has foliage like an Erica and is globose. Slowly grows to 9′ pyramid.                                    

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Malonyana Holub’ Dwarf Arborvitae

A dwarf form with twisted, congested foliage and irregular habit.  Bronze green in winter.

Miniature (less than 3 inches/year)Less than 3 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
THUJA occidentalis ‘North Pole’ Arborvitae

Another Proven Winners selection.  This cultivar is dense and columnar with dark green foliage.  Resistant to winter burn, selected in Minnesota.

10-15 feet tall by 5-7 feet wide 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Primo’ Arborvitae

A dwarf upright form from Iseli Nursery with rich green foliage in sculptural fans like a Hinoki cypress.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Spiralis Mini’ Arborvitae

A slow-growing, very narrow cultivar with fans of twisted bright green foliage.

Miniature (less than 3 inches/year)Less than 3 feet in ten years. Full Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Technito’ Arborvitae

A dense-growing, compact form of Thuja ‘Techny’ with the same bright green color retained through the winter.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Yellow Ribbon’ Arborvitae

Narrow upright form with bright yellow foliage.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJA occidentalis ‘Zmatlik’ Arborvitae

A slow-growing, narrow, columnar form with twisting foliage similar to T. ‘Degroot’s Spire’.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer THUJOPSIS dolabrata Staghorn Arborvitae

Unusual flattened sprays of emerald green foliage on a lovely conifer from northern Japan. Shelter from winter sun and wind in Vermont.

Large (over 12 inches/year)over 12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 5
Annual THUNBERGIA alata ‘African Sunset’ Black-Eyed Susie Vine

Sunset-colored blossoms with a dark eye-zone flowers all summer on this vigorous vine. Provide support or a hanging basket to view these lovely flowers at their best. Attracts hummingbirds and other pollinators.

3-6 feet Full Sun/Part Shade Tropical
THYMUS citriodorus Lemon Thyme

Lemon-scented, dark green foliage in low mats. Profuse lavender flowers in late summer.

4-6 inches
THYMUS lanuginosus Woolly Thyme

Woolly carpet of gray. Wonderful texture. Few flowers.

1-2 inches 3
Perennial THYMUS praecox ‘Pink Chintz’ Creeping Thyme

Long-blooming profuse light pink flowers on gray-green mats.

1-2 inches Sun 3
THYMUS praecox ‘Alba’ Creeping Thyme

Emerald green mats with white flowers in May-June.

1-2 inches 3
Perennial THYMUS praecox ‘Albus’ Creeping Thyme

Dwarf, creeping aromatic foliage forms a carpet bearing white flowers that attract Butterflies and bees. Blooming profusely through the summer, the flowers are rich in nectar. Deer and drought tolerant

2-3" Sun 5
Perennial THYMUS praecox ‘Coccineus’ Creeping Thyme

Tight dark green foliage. Purplish red flowers in June. A good bloomer.

1-2 inches Sun 3
THYMUS praecox ‘Elfin’ Creeping Thyme

Tight domes of minute leaves. Great for troughs.

1-2 inches 3
Perennial THYMUS praecox ‘Purple Carpet’ Purple Creeping Thyme

Flat, fine foliaged form. Purple flowers in June.

1-2 inches Sun 4
TIARELLA cordifolia Foamflower

A northeast native with white foamy flowers in spring over heart-shaped foliage. Will form large mats in shady, moist sites.

10-12 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TIARELLA ‘Elizabeth Oliver’ Foamflower

Red-veined deeply lobed foliage topped with white flowers tinged pink in the spring.

12-14 inches Part Shade/Shade
TIARELLA ‘Pink Skyrocket’ Foamflower

Deeply divided, green foliage with with dark central blotch. Profuse, fragrant pink flowers.

10-12 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial TIARELLA ‘Pink Skyrocket’ Foam Flower

Clump forming plant bearing beautiful foliage with bronze markings and pale pink spikes of fluffy florets in spring. In fall the foliage takes on bronze tones. Deer and rabbit tolerant

6-12" Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub TILIA cordata ‘Girard’s Nana’ Dwarf Weeping Littleleaf Linden

Dwarf selection with a pendulous, rounded habit and bonsai-like framework. Fragrant yellow flowers in mid-late spring. Yellow fall color.

6-9 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Annual TORENIA ‘Summer Wave Bouquet Blue’ Wishbone Flower

Blue and white bicolor with yellow throats; blossoms keep going throughout the summer heat. Mounding/trailing. Self-cleaning.

10-12 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual TORENIA ‘Summer Wave Silver’ Wishbone Flower

Light lavender, snapdragon-like flowers all summer. Fast-growing and heat-tolerant. Trailing to 18 inches.

6-10 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual TRACHYCARPUS fortunei ‘Landcraft’ Windmill Palm

This hardy selection from Landcraft Environments adds a great architectural element to containers.  Large fan-shaped leaves on thick trunks.

3-4 feet in a container Sun Tropical
TRADESCANTIA x andersoniana ‘Charlotte’s Web’ Spiderwort

Clear yellow foliage with contrasting lavender-blue flowers.  Blooms spring through midsummer. More sun tolerant than other gold-leaved spiderworts.  Try with burgundy Heucheras!

14-16 inches Sun/Part Shade
Perennial TRICYRTIS ‘Dark Beauty’ Toad Lily

Late summer through early fall clusters of purple spotted orchid-like flowers heavily spotted in purple appear on tall arching stems making this perfect for cutting.

24-36 inches Part Shade/Shade 4