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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Perennial TRICYRTIS formosana ‘Samurai’ Toadlily

Similar to T. ‘Gilt Edge’ with darker purple flowers and more compact.  Clean gold-edged foliage.

18-20 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Perennial TRICYRTIS hirta Toad Lily

Bearing hairy arching stems in late summer with leaves in a ladder-like arrangement. Clusters of heavily spotted white flower are produced all along the stems. The flowers are quite large for this genus and very showy. Deer tolerant

24-36 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TRICYRTIS hirta ‘Moonlight’ Toadlily

Chartreuse foliage form selected at Bluebird Nursery. White flowers heavily spotted with purple in late summer.

18-20 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Perennial TRICYRTIS latifolia Yellow Toad Lily

Large golden-yellow orchid-like blooms on 2′ stems in late summer to fall. The flowers are spotted inside with tiny purple specks. Makes a long lasting cut flower.

20-26 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TRICYRTIS ‘Raspberry Mousse’ Toad Lily

This vigorous grower bear orchid-like flowers in a rich red-purple. Arching stems with lightly spotted leaves make this a great cut flower. Perfect for a woodland setting! Easily adaptable, they tolerate a wide range of soil conditions.

18-24" Part Sun/Shade 5
Perennial TRICYRTIS ‘Sinonome’ Toadlily

Up-facing white flowers with ruby speckling. Clump-forming with blooms in late summer through autumn.

26-28 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Perennial TRICYRTIS ‘Taipei Silk’ Toad Lily

Creamy-white orchid like flowers with lavender edged petals that have purple spots. Great late season color and they make a great cut flower.

12-24 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Perennial TRILLIUM cuneatum Little Sweet Betsy

Our largest sessile Trillium with maroon flowers atop a whorl of large, mottled foliage in spring. Summer dormant.

9-12 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
TRILLIUM erectum Red Wakerobin

Our native red trillium.  Lovely in woodland gardens.

12-14 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
TRILLIUM grandiflorum White Wakerobin

Our native trillium with large white flowers in early spring.

16-18 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TRILLIUM grandiflorum ‘Flore Plenum’ (syn. Multiplex) Double White Trillium

A beautiful, long-blooming double form of the native white trillium.

12-14 inches Part Shade/Shade 3
Perennial TRILLIUM simile or flexipes Jeweled or Nodding Trillium

We’re not quite sure whether these are T. simile or T. flexipes. It is possible that you will get one, the other or a hybrid of them both. It has a large creamy white flower with a dark purple ovary.

7-20" Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TRILLIUM sulcatum Sulcate Toadshade

Wine-red flowers open atop the foliage on this beautiful native wildflower blooming in late spring.

20-22" Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial TROLLIUS ‘Cheddar’ Globe flower

Delicate looking, creamy yellow, globe-shaped blooms rise high above the dark green, deeply cut foliage. Makes a great cut flower.

20-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial TROLLIUS europaeus ‘Superbus’ Globeflower

Large, 2 inch, lemon yellow globe flowers in late spring over ferny foliage. Does well in moist locations.

18-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
TROLLIUS ‘Golden Queen’ Globeflower

Large golden-orange buttercup flowers in the spring.

30-36 inches
Perennial TROLLIUS laxus Spreading Globe Flower

A prolific bloomer in spring and it may flower again later in the season. Cheery yellow flowers on thick stems sit atop a neat mound of glossy foliage.

12-16 Part Shade 4
Perennial TROLLIUS ‘Morning Sun’ Globeflower

A dwarf, more compact form of T. ‘Golden Queen’  Yellow-orange, bowl-shaped flowers in late spring.

18-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Annual TROPAEOLIUM minus ‘Phoenix’ Nasturtium

This is a true heirloom variety featured in seed catalogs from the 1890’s! It featured notched petals in brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow with contrasting streaks in the throat. It will trail out along the ground or cascade over pot edges. Deer resistant Attracts all the pollinators.

12" Full Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual TROPAEOLUM majus ‘Variegated Queen’ Nasturtium

An heirloom and trailing variety from 1908 catalogs with green leaves speckled in cream. There’s a full range of flower colors from pale yellow to vibrant red many with contrasting markings in the throat. Plant them where they can spill over rock walls or trailing from a hanging basket. Deer resistant Attracts all the pollinators

12-14" Full Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Bacon Cristate’ Bacon Cristate Canadian Hemlock

Extremely dwarf, cristate hemlock that was found in the wild in northern New Jersey about 1925 by Ralph Bacon. Produces both ultra-dense, bright green foliage and short, dark green, twisted needles with white striations on the reverse.

dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Part Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Berman’s Heli’ Bergman's Hello Canadian Hemlock

Bright lime-green new growth in spring on this rare dwarf hemlock.

dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Betty Rose’ Betty Rose Canadian Hemlock

A dwarf, mounded, slow-growing cultivar that is noted for its white-tipped foliage that takes on a blush of light pink in spring.

Dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Geneva’ Geneva Canadian Hemlock

Although a compact, slow-growing, small tree, it generally grows in a shrubby rounded form with deep green needles.

Dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Full Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Greenwood Lakes’ Greenwood Lake Canadian Hemlock

A miniature selection of Canadian hemlock with irregular branching and short, bright-green foliage that is especially attractive on the new growth.

Dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Hussii’ Hussii Canadian Hemlock

A dwarf cultivar that is erect and irregular with an open appearance. It has congested dark green foliage. Cones and buds are typically small and the bark is usually brown and furrowed.

Dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Full Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Jeddeloh’ Dwarf Hemlock

A dwarf spreader with an open center resembling a bird’s nest.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Pendula’ Weeping Hemlock

Weeping hemlock displays spreading branches and dense foliage with a delicate, lacy texture. Graceful, weeping form of Canadian hemlock with good green coloration in the foliage. Well-grown specimens do not create a leader, but will spread out horizontally.

Large-12 or more inches/year (12 or more feet in 10 years Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA canadensis ‘Sargentii’ Weeping Hemlock

Pendulous branches may be staked and trained to achieve height.

Large (over 12 inches/year)over 12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Conifer TSUGA mertensiana ‘Bump’s Blue’ Mountain Hemlock

An exceptionally narrow and irregular upright selection of Mountain hemlock with short, somewhat pendulous branches and bright powder-blue needles. On the upper end of what is considered dwarf. Clay/deer tolerant.

Dwarf 1-6 inches/year (1 to 5 feet in years) Part Sun/Shade 5
Tree/Shrub ULMUS americanus ‘St. Croix’ American Elm

‘St. Croix’ has an open-grown and spreading with a vase-shaped crown. A recent (2008) selection cloned from a large tree growing in Minnesota which has displayed a high resistance to Dutch Elm disease.

60-70 feet Full sun 3
Tree/Shrub ULMUS elegantissima ‘Jacqueline Hillier’ Dwarf Elm

Small congested leaves on a compact growing shrub. Cute specimen in a rock garden.

2-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub ULMUS glabra ‘Camperdownii’ Camperdown Elm

Pendulous branched umbrella-shaped tree makes a striking accent in the garden.

15-20 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub ULMUS hollandica ‘Wredei’ Golden Elm

Slow growing with a conical form and bright gold foliage.

25-30 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Perennial UVULARIA grandiflora Giant Merrybells

Narrow, dangling yellow bell-shaped flowers in May on arching stems. Native woodland plant.

16-18 inches Part Shade/Shade 3
Perennial UVULARIA perfoliata Perfoliate Bellwort

Slightly smaller than U. grandiflora with stems perforating the leaves and dangling yellow bells in May.  Good naturalizer.

16-18 inches Part Shade/Shade 3
Edibles VACCINIIUM corymbosum ‘Chandler’ Highbush Blueberry

Extremely large berries ripen mid to late season over a prolonged period, up to six weeks. For best fruiting, plant with other Northern Highbush varieties such as ‘Bluecrop’. Burgundy to orange Fall foliage color. Some reports of hardiness to zone 4.

5-6 feet Sun 5
Edibles VACCINIUM angustifolium ‘Brunswick’ Low Bush Blueberry

A selection of our native blueberry. Makes an interesting ground cover in the garden with tasty fruit in mid-to-late summer and lovely red fall color. Tolerates poor soil.

6-8 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Blue Jay’ Highbush Blueberry

Sizable, deep blue berries in August. Tolerates dry acidic, poor soils and partial shade while yielding an impressive crop.

6-7 feet Sun 4
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Blue Ray’ Highbush Blueberry

Early to midseason fruit with excellent flavor.

6-8 feet Sun 4
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Bluecrop’ Highbush Blueberry

Midseason, hardier and more drought-tolerant than most. Good producer.

6-8 feet Full sun 4
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Earliblue’ Highbush Blueberry

One of the first highbush blueberries to bloom and fruit.  Berries are medium-large and light blue.

6-8 feet Sun 5
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Patriot’ Highbush Blueberry

Massive yields on dense, rounded shrubs with fiery orange-red fall color.

6-8 feet Sun 4
Edibles VACCINIUM corymbosum ‘Northland’ Half High Blueberry

Developed in Michigan for harsh winters. Small wild berry-like fruits.

2-4 feet Sun 3
Perennial VERBASCUM ‘Honey Dijon’ Mullein

Loads of short spikes covered in florets of a warm peach-gold with a plum-purple eye. Blooming over a long season throughout the summer if deadheaded regularly. Give it a very well drained and gravelly soil in full sun and this short lived perennial will be happy. Deer and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.

8-20" Sun 5
Perennial VERBASCUM ‘Southern Charm’ Mullein

An old cottage garden plant with spires of soft pastel shades of lavender, cream and rose all with purple stamens. Blooms in summer. Deer resistant.

2-4 feet Sun 4
Annual VERBENA bonariensis Tall Verbena

Slender-branched stems topped by small clusters of rose-purple flowers through the summer. Looks wonderful coming up through grasses and lower-growing perennials. Excellent cut and attracts butterflies. Reseeds.

3-4 feet Sun 6
Annual VERBENA bonariensis ‘Meteor Shower’ Vervain

Lilac-purple lollipops of blooms! Denser, more vigorous, and more diminutive than the species, and less likely to reseed. Deer resistant; pollinators love it.

2-3 feet Sun Tropical
Annual VERBENA ‘Empress Imperial Blue’ Vervain

Mounding/trailing clusters of royal blue star-shaped flowers all summer. Deer resistant. Attracts butterflies.

12-18 inches Sun Tropical
Annual VERBENA ‘Empress Sun Red’ Vervain

Semi-upright habit trails up to 2 feet; star-shaped fire-engine red blooms all summer. Attract butterflies.

10 inches Sun Tropical