2013 Plant Sale Inventory

Please click on the 2013 Plant Sale Tab to access the listing of this year’s inventory. The listing does not guarantee availability.  Plants are arranged in alphabetical order in the field. We look forward to seeing you!

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Private: 2014 Plant Sale Inventory

Download the Excel version: INVENTORY handout 2014

Amherst Garden Club 2014 Plant Sale Inventory List
Latin Name English Name
Achillea Yarrow
Aconitum Monks Hood
Adenophora confusa Ladybells
Adiantum pedatum Fern, maidenhair
Ajuga reptans Bugleweed
Alcea Hollyhock
Alchemilla mollis Lady’s Mantle
Allium schoenoprasum Chives
Allium sp. Chives, ornamental
Allium tuberosum Garlic Chives
Amsonia tabernaemontana Blue Star Flower
Anemone Windflower Single
Anemone tomentosa Windflower pink/Fall
Anomone canadensis Anemone (native)
Anthemis tinctoria Golden Marguerite
Aquilegia canadensis Columbine (native)
Aquilegia hybrids Columbine (garden)
Arabis procurrens Wall Rock Cress
Armoracia rusticana Horseradish
Artemisia ludoviciana ‘Silver King’ Artemisia, White Sage
Artiemesia “Silver mound: Silver mound
Aruncus dioicus Goat’s Beard
Asarum europaeum Ginger (European)
Aster ericoides Michaelmas Daisy
Aster sp. Aster (various)
Astilbe arendsii Astilbe
Astilbe chinensis var. davidii Chinese Astilbe (spreading)
Athyrium nipponicum pinctum Fern, Japanese painted
Baptisia australis False Indigo (blue)
Bellis perennia English Daisy
Bergenia cordifolia Bergenia (heart leaved)
Boltonia asteroides Boltonia/Bolton’s Aster
Brize media Quaking grass
Buddleia Butterfly bush
Caltha palustris Marsh Marigold
Campanula persicifolia Peach-leaved Bellflower
Carex sedge Ice Dance & Evergold
Carex oshimensis sedge
Celandine woodland poppy
Centaurea dealbata Batchelor Button (pink)
Centaurea montana Batchelor Button
Chelone glabra Turtle Head
Chrysanthemum hybrids Mum, Hardy Mum
Chrysanthemum parthenium Feverfew
Chrysanthemum oxeye/ early
Cimicifuga racemosa Black Snakeroot/Bugbane
Convallaria majalis Lily of the Valley
Coreopsis grandiflora Tickseed
Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam’ Coreopsis Moonbeam
Corydalis Corydalis
Dianthus Pinks
Dicentra cucullaria Dutchman’s Britches
Dicentra eximia Bleeding Heart (fringed)
Dicentra spectabilis Bleeding Heart (showy)
Dictamnus albus Gas plant
Digitalis grandiflora Foxglovel yellow
Digitalis lutea Foxglove, yellow small
Digitalis purpurea Foxglove, biennial
Dipsacus sylvestris Teasel
Doronicum sp. Leopard’s Bane
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower
Echinops ritro Globe Thistle
Elymus arenarius Blue Lyme Grass
Epimedium Barrenwort
Euonymus Fortunae Euonymus, green & white
Eupatorium purpureum Joe Pye Weed
Euphorbia polychroma Cushion Spurge
Festuca sp. Blue Ornamental Grass
Filipendula rubra Meadow Sweet
Forsythia hybrids Forsythia
Frageria sp. Strawberry (decorative)
Gallardia x grandifolia Blanket flower
Geranium macrorrhizum Geranium, scented
Geranium sanguineum Geranium, Cranesbill
Geranium Samobor Geranium – mounding
Gypsophila paniculata Baby’s Breath
Helleborus orientalis Lenton Rose
Helenium autumnale Helen’s flower
Helianthus sp. Woodland Sunflower
Heliopsis helianthoides “Ballerina” Sunflower “Ballerina”
Hemerocallis sp. Daylily (various hybrids)
Heuchera americana Coral Bells
Heuchera americana “Purple Palace” Coral Bells, purple
Hibiscus moscheutos hibiscus shrub
Hibiscus syriacus Rose of Sharon
Hosta hybrids Many varieties
Hydrangea peegee/lacecap/endless
Iris bearded hybrids Iris, bearded
Iris cristata Iris, crested
Iris ensata Iris, Japanese
Iris sibirica Iris, Siberian
Iris tectorum Iris, roof
Iris variegata Iris, Hungarian
Kirengeshoma palamata yellow wax flower
Lamium maculatum Dead Nettle (dark pink)
Lamium maculatum, “White Nancy” Dead nettle, white
Lavendula angustifolia Lavender
Leucanthemum vulgare Oxye Daisy
Leucanthemum X superbum Shasta Daisy
Liatris spicata Spike Gayfeather
Ligularia stenocephala ‘The Rocket’ Ligularia
Liriope muscari monkey grass
Lobelia cardinalis Cardinal flower
Lobelia syphyllitica Blue lobelia
Lunaria annua Money Plant
Lupinus hyb. Lupine
Lychnis chalcedonaa Maltese Cross
Lychnis coronaria Rose Campion
Lysimachia ciliata “purpurea” purple foliage, spreads
Lysimachia nummularia Creeping Jenny
Malva alcea ‘Fastigiata’ Mallow, garden
Matteuccia struthiopteris Ostritch fern (fiddlehead)
Melissa officinalis Lemon balm
Mentha sp. mint
Mertensia Virginia Virginia Bluebells
Monarda didyma Bee Balm
Myosotis sylvatica Forget-Me-Not
Nepeta sp. Catmint, catnip
Oenothera fruticosa Evening Primrose
Omphaloides verna Baby blue eyes
Ophiopogon planiscapus black leaf Mondo grass
Origanum marjoram Marjoram
Origanum vulgare Oregano
Pachysandra varigated ground cover
Paeonia hybrids Peony
Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy
Penstemon digitalis ‘Husker’s Red’ Bearded Tongue
Perovskia Russian Sage
Persicaria virginiana ground cover
Phlox divericata Phlox, woodland
Phlox paniculata Phlox, garden
Phlox subulata Creeping Phlox
Pholx stolonifera Phlox, short woodland
Phalaris arundinacea ‘pica’ Ribbon Grass
Platycodon grandiflora Balloon Flower
Podophyllum peltatum May Apple
Polemonium caeruleum Jacob’s Ladder
Polygonatum biflorum Solomon’s seal
Potentilla alba Cinquefoil, white
Primula vulgaris Primrose, English cowslip
Primula X polyantha Primrose, garden hybrids
Prunus Maritima Peach Plum
Pulmonaria rubra Lungwort
Pulmonaria saccharata Lungwort, spotted leaved
Rhododendron hyb. Rhododendron
Rhubarb Rhubarb
Rodgersia aesculifolia Rodgersia
Rosa rugosa Rose, beach
Rosa virginiata Rose, native
Rubus hybrid Raspberry
Rudbeckia Herbstone
Rudbeckia laciniata Golden Glow
Rudibeckia Triloba Coneflower, three lobed
Sanguinaria canadensis hyb. Bloodroot single
Sedum Stonecrop (groundcover)
Sedum Sedum, gold
Sedum ‘John Cheech’ Sedum “John Cheech”
Sedum pinifolium Blue Spruce Sedum “Blue Spruce”
Sedum x ‘Autumn Joy’ Sedum Autumn Joy
Sempervivum tectorum Hens and Chicks
Silphium perfoliatum cup plant
Spirea hybrid Spirea
Stachys byzantina Lamb’s Ears
Symphytum hyb. Dwarf Comfrey/comfrey
Syringa vulgaris Lilac
Syringa x chinensis Lilac, Miss Kim
Tanacetum Parthenium Feverfew
Thermopsis caroliniana False Lupine
Thymus pseudolanuginosus Wooly Thyme
Thymus x citriodorus Lemon Thyme
Tradescantia virginiata Spiderwort
Tsuga canadensis Canadian Hemlock
Tussilago farfara colts foot’
Valerian officinalis Heliotrope
Valeriana Heliotrope
Verbascum chaixii ‘Southern Charm’ Nettle-leaved mullein
Vericonastrum Ironweed
Veronica repens  speedwell
Viburnum trilobum American cranberry bush
Viburnum Several varieties
Vinca minor Myrtle