Native Plants

Agalinis

Asplenium platyneuron -- Ebony Spleenwort

Callicarpa americana — Beautyberry


Calycanthus floridus

Carya — hickory
Cercis canadensis — Redbud tree
Chasmanthium latifolium — wood oats
Cornus florida — Dogwood
Crataegus aestivalis — Mayhaw
Diospyros viriniana — Persimmon

Elephantapus
Eragrotis elliottii
Euonymous americanus — (deer love it)

Hydrangea quercifolia

Gnaphalium obtusifolium rabbit tobacco

Hypericum hypercoides — St. Andrew’s Cross
Ilex spp.
Iris virginiana
Juniperus virginiana
 Liatris spp.
Liquidambar
 Lirodendron rulipifera — tulip poplar
Magnolia grandiflora
Nephrolepsis — wild Boston Fern
Nyssa ogeechee — Black gum
Pinus spp.

Pityopsis graminifolia — Silk Grass


Various grasses including Eragrotis

Prunus americana — wild plum
Prunus serotina — black cherry
Quercus spp. — oaks
Rhododendron canesens — native azalea
Rhus copillinum — sumac
Rudbeckia hirta — Black eyed Susan
Ruellia caroliniensis
Salvia coccinea
 Salvia lyrata
 Sassafrass albidum
 Sisyrinchium augustafolium

Tecoma stans — Esperanza (Texas native)

Tradescentia ohiensis — Spiderwort
Vaccinium arborteum — sparkleberry
Vernonia gigentea — Ironweed

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7 Comments

  1. Carol

     /  September 4, 2011

    Can you tell me what the white feathery flowering bush that is blooming now alongside the roads with the goldenrod? There seems to be much more this year.

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    • Nell Jean

       /  September 4, 2011

      Google Baccharis halimifolia and see if that’s what you are seeing.

    • Carol

       /  September 6, 2011

      Thank you. I googled it and it is similar though the white flowers are more like an astilbe than dandelion puff. Maybe that will come later?

  2. Carol

     /  September 4, 2011

    Can you tell me what the white feathery blooming bushes are that are alongside all the roads in Pennsylvania in August/September? It seems to bloom along with the goldenrod.

    Reply
  3. I sick and tired of seeing, hearing about , and drooling over other folks Esperanza, I got to get me some of that and soon…..:-) I do have a short version of ironweed that is interesting, called iron butterfly, can’t wait till fall to see it…..its got thread leaf foliage like amsonia hubrecti too……nice plant, a great plant? don’t know yet, will let you know about the 3 rd week of SEC football……..:-)

    Reply
    • Nell Jean

       /  July 13, 2011

      I can send you Esperanza seeds. It might be a little late for starting Esperanza this year but next year you can start it off early if this year’s bunch don’t take.

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