Cutting Garden Plants 2019

  1. Aster, “Matsumoto Apricot” (s) A
  2. Ageratum, “Blue Horizon” (s) A
  3. Antirrhinum, “Liberty Bronze” (s) A
  4. Celosia, “Tall Orange Crested” (s) A
  5. Chrysanthemum, “Tall Orange” (p) P
  6. Chrysanthemum parthenium “White Wonder” (s) P
  7. Daffodil,
  8. Dahlia, “Crichton Honey” (t)
  9. Dahlia, “Amber Queen” (t)
  10. Dahlia, “EZ Duzzit” (t)
  11. Dahlia “Gabrielle Marie” (t)
  12. Dahlia, “Giggles” (t)
  13. Dahlia, “Ginger Snap”(t)
  14. Dahlia, “Gitty Up” (t)
  15. Dahlia, “Jaden Charles” (t)
  16. Dahlia, “Maarn” (t)
  17. Dahlia, “Sylvia” (t)
  18. Daylily, “Mary Todd” (p) yellow
  19. Delphinium, “Qis White” (s) A
  20. Emilia “Irish Poet” (s) A
  21. Gomphrena, “Qis Orange” (s) A
  22. Helianthus, “Earthwalker” (s) A
  23. Helianthus, “Peach Passion” (s) A
  24. Helianthus, “Premier Orange” (s) A
  25. Hesperis matronalis, “Alba” (s) P
  26. Lathyrus odorata “Zinfandel” (s) A
  27. Lunaria alba (s) Biennial
  28. Madia “Tropical Fruits” (s) A
  29. Pumpkin-on-A-Stick (s) A
  30. Rudbeckia, “Chim Chimnee” (s) P
  31. Rudbeckia, Black-eyed Susan (p) P
  32. Salvia, “Blue Bedder” (s) A
  33. Shasta daisy, “May Queen” (p)
  34. Tithonia “Torch” (s) A
  35. Verbena bonariensis (p) P
  36.  Zinnia “Cresto Orange” (s) A
  37.  Zinnia “Queen Lime Orange (s) A
  38.  Zinnia “Queen Lime” (s) A

(s)=seed (t)=tuber  (p)=plant

A=Annual     P=Perennial

 

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