03 March 2006

AXG's Plants

My nomenclature may well be haywire (MMW, please advise) but that aside, these are my plants. More accurately, these are the plants I have gathered from old garden journals, snapshots, a recent windblown and cold survey of the beds, and memory. I will update, annotate, and disavow as necessary when the plants actually come up, but that is for future days. The weather has softened the past few days, and the lilacs looks as if they are ready to bud, but I am not in a trusting mood.
Lady Bells Adenophora liliifolia Rosaceae
Queen Anne’s lace Anthriscus Sylvestris Apiaceae
Columbine Aquilegia McKana hybrid Ranunculaceae
Goatsbeard Astilbe hybrid Saxifragaceae
Butterfly bush Buddleia davidii (various colors) Loganiaceae
Bellflower Campanula persicifolia var. pleniflora Campanulaceae
Dusty Miller Centaurea cineraria ‘Silver Dust’ Asteraceae
Sweet Autumn Clematis> Clematis terniflora Ranunculaceae
Clematis Clematis henryi Ranunculaceae
Clematis Clematis jackmanii Ranunculaceae
Tickseed Coreopsis grandiflora 'Sunburst' Ranunculaceae
Tickseed Coreopsis Tinctoria Ranunculaceae
Cotoneaster Cotoneaster Horizontalis Rosaceae
Delphinium Delphinium 'Bellamosum’ Ranunculaceae
Delphinium Delphinium ‘Blue Shadow’ Ranunculaceae
Delphinium Delphinium ‘Summer Nights’ Ranunculaceae
Sweet William Dianthus Barbatus Caryophyllaceae
Pinks Dianthus Deltoides ‘Zing Rose’ Caryophyllaceae
Pheasant-eyed pinks Dianthus Plumarius Caryophyllaceae
Bleeding heart Dicentra Spectabilis f. alba Fumariaceae
Foxglove Digitalis Purpurea ‘Camelot’ Scrophulariaceae
Foxglove Digitalis Purpurea ‘Excelsior’ Scrophulariaceae
Foxglove Digitalis Purpurea ‘Giant Shirley’ Scrophulariaceae
Foxglove Digitalis Purpurea ‘Pam's Choice’ Scrophulariaceae
Cranesbill Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’ Geraniaceae
Cranesbill Geranium ‘Johnson’s Blue’ Geraniaceae
Daylily Hemerocallis ‘Hall’s Pink’ Liliaceae
Daylily Hemerocallis ‘Pardon Me’ Liliaceae
Dame’s Rocket Hesperis Matronalis Brassicaceae
Dame’s Rocket Hesperis Matronalis var. alba Brassicaceae
Coral Bells Heuchera Micrantha var. diversifolia ‘Palace Purple’ Saxifragaceae
Climbing Hydrangea Hydrangea petiolaris Hydrangeaceae
Oakleaf Hydrangea Hydrangea quercifolia Hydrangeaceae
Hydrangea Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’ Hydrangeaceae
Bearded Iris Iri 'Black Knight' Iridaceae
Siberian Iris Iris'Caesar’s Brother’ Iridaceae
Siberian Iris Iris unknown—from my mom Iridaceae
Creeping juniper Juniperus horizontalis Cupressaceae
Lamium Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenaway’ Lamiaceae
Lavander Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ Lamiaceae
Lavander Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’ Lamiaceae
Turkscap Lily Lilium martagon Liliaceae
Lily Lilium regale Liliaceae
Lily Lilium ‘Black Beauty’ Liliaceae
Lily Lilium speciosum var. rubrum Liliaceae
Lily Lilium random Orientals from the Depot Liliaceae
Lilyturf Liriope muscari Liliaceae
Lobelia Lobelia siphilitica 'Great blue' Campanulaceae
Bluebonnet Lupinus Russell hybrid Fabiaceae
Rose Campion Lychnis Coronaria Caryophyllaceae
Musk Mallow Malva moschata Malvaceae
Daffodil Narcissus ‘Arkle’ Amaryllidaceae
Daffodil Narcissus ‘Marieke’ Amaryllidaceae
Sicilian honey garlic Nectaroscordum Siculum Liliaceae
Catmint Nepeta x faasenii Lamiaceae
Peony Paeonia ‘Adolphe Rousseau’ Paeoniaceae
Peony Paeonia ‘Felix Crousse’ Paeoniaceae
Peony Paeonia ‘Karl Rosenfield’ Paeoniaceae
Peony Paeonia ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ Paeoniaceae
Poppy Papaver Orientale ‘Great Red’ Papaveraceae
Poppy Papaver Orientale ‘Pizzicato’ Papaveraceae
Mockorange Philadelphus ‘Virginal’ Hydrangeaceae
Obediant Plant Phystostegia virginiana ‘Alba’ Lamiaceae
Balloon flower Platycodon ‘Grandiflora Blue’ Campanulaceae
Primose Primula the common, squat kind (no comment, please) Campanulaceae
Rose (Hybrid tea) Rosa Red cop rose Rosaceae
Rose (Moschata) Rosa ‘Paul’s Himalayan Musk ‘ Rosaceae
Rose (Modern climber) Rosa ‘Eden’ or ‘Pierre de Ronsard’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid wichuriana) Rosa ‘New Dawn’ Rosaceae
Rose (English) Rosa ‘Bibi Maizoon’ Rosaceae
Rose (Bourbon) Rosa ‘Zephirine Drouhin’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid tea) Rosa Lost the tag, but it is hot pink and cream and strongly scented Rosaceae
Rose (???) Rosa Lost the tag – very thorny, shallow-cup, and unscented Rosaceae
Rose (Floribunda) Rosa ‘Iceberg’ Rosaceae
Rose (Floribunda) Rosa ‘Iceberg’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid multiflora) Rosa ‘Abigail Adams’ Rosaceae
Rose (Floribunda) Rosa ‘Altissimo’ Rosaceae
Rose (Floribunda) Rosa ‘Dublin Bay’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid bracteata) Rosa ‘Mermaid’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid musk) Rosa ‘Lyda Rose’ Rosaceae
Rose (Bourbon) Rosa ‘Gloire des Rosomanes’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid perpetual) Rosa ‘Barbara Worl’ Rosaceae
Rose (Polyantha) Rosa ‘The Fairy’ Rosaceae
Rose (Hybrid musk) Rosa ‘Darlow’s Enigma’ Rosaceae
Clary Sage Salvia Sclarea Lamiaceae
Salvia Salvia ‘Blue Cloud’ Lamiaceae
Mealy-cup sage Salvia farinacea Lamiaceae
Sedum Sedum Spectabile or maybe spurium? Crassulaceae
Lamb’s ears Stachys Byzantina Lamiaceae
Lilac Syringa vulgaris ‘President Lincoln’ Oleaceae
Veronica Veronica Spicata ‘Sunny Border Blue Scrophulariaceae
Johnny-jump-up Viola tricolor Violaceae


Blogger mmw said...

Looks good to me, though we really need my sister's approval. I sense a couple name-influenced purchases here, like the Philadelphus maybe? Also love the syphilitic Lobelia.

You never told me FIVE peonies.

3/10/2006 3:42 PM  

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