Thursday, April 21, 2011

Back Yard Inventory

This Post will be a work in progress because I'm still identifying a lot of what I have growing in the back, but I figured I might as well get started and add to it as I discover more. So this is what I know I have so far:

TREES
Maple, Japanese
Maple, Ginnala (photo)
Maple, ??
Pine, Austrian
Quaking Aspen
Russian Olive Tree
Ornamental Plum
Ornamental Cherry

BUSHES
Azaleas
Boxwood
Dogwood Bush
Golden Current
Heavenly Bamboo
Honeysuckle
Lilly of the Valley Bush/ Pieris japonica
Lilac (I almost think these should be under trees - they are HUGE)
Oregon Grape
Rhododendron
Snowball Bush
Spyria


FLOWERS & FOLIAGE
Ajuga (Bugle)
Allium
Allysum - Easter basket mix
Astilbe
"Bachelor Button" / Centaurea (Amethest Dream) (photo)
Basket of Gold
Belladonna / Deadly Nightshade
Bergenia / Pig's Squeak
Bleeding Heart
Catnip
Clematis
Crocus
Columbine
Daffodil
Delphinium
Dianthis (Pinks)
Eryngium - Sea Holly
Ferns
Foxglove
Grapes - Concord
Goldenrod - Fireworks
Grape Hyacinth
Hellebore
Helenium - Mardi Gras (Sneezeweed)
Heuchera / Coral Bells
Hollyhock
Hostas (photos)
Hydrangea
Lady's Mantle (photo)
Lamb's Ear
Lamium (photo)
(several different varieties)
Lemon Balm (photo)
Liatris / Blazing Star
Ligularia (photos)
Lilies
Lungwort/ Pulmonaria
(Little Blue)
Maltese Cross
Money Plant
Mrs. Brandshaw Geum / Avens
Peony
Phlox
Rhubarb
Rock Cress
Roses
Salvia
Sedum / Stonecrop
Siberian Bugloss
Twinspur
Vinca
Virginia Creeper
Yarrow (yellow)

Grass
Blue Fescue
Black Grass

1 comment:

Online Plant Nursery said...

I love growing plants. I especially love viburnums. theres so many choices out there on what type garden plants to use! i love any type of flowering shrubs or garden plants especially.

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