Cutting Garden Plants 2022

Lisianthus, White Wonder Feverfew, Bonita aster, Hydrangea, Blue Bedder salvia, Jewels of Opar

The Cutting Garden is expanded for 2022, plus additional rows are being added in what was formerly The Berry Rows, and half the potager is being converted to flowers! So exciting, and happy to be part of the “Growing Kindness Project.”

  1. Agastache, “Anise Hyssop” (s) P
  2. Agastache, “Giant Yellow Hyssop” (s) P
  3. Amaranth, “Hot Biscuits” (s) A
  4. Amaranth, “Tower Green” (s) A
  5. Ammi “Queen of Africa” (s) A
  6. Ammi “Dara” (s) A
  7. Argostemma “Purple and Pink” (s, ss) A
  8. Atriplex, “Copper Plume”  (s) A
  9. Aster, “Matsumoto Apricot” (s) A
  10. Aster, “Bonita Light Blue” (s) A dries
  11. Aster, “Benary Princess Mix” (s) A
  12. Aster, “Duchesse Mix” (s) A
  13. Aster, “Valkyrie Mix” (s) A
  14. Antirrhinum, “Madame Butterfly Bronze” (s) A
  15. Antirrhinum, “Liberty Bronze” (s) A
  16. Antirrhinum, “Royal Bride” (s) A
  17. Antirrhinum, “Black Prince” (s) A
  18. Antirrhinum, “Rocket Mix” (s) A
  19. Balm, “Mandarin Orange” (s) P fragrant filler
  20. Basil, “Lemon” (s) A  fragrant filler
  21. Basil, “Clove” (s) A  fragrant filler
  22. Basil, “Cinnamon” (s) A fragrant filler
  23. Bells of Ireland (s) A
  24. Bupleurum (s) A
  25. Calendula, “Bronze Beauty” (s) A
  26. Calendula, “Cantaloupe” (s) A
  27. Calendula, “Porcupine Mix” (s) A
  28. Celosia, “Act Zara Orange” (s) A dries
  29. Celosia, “Fresh Look Orange” (s) A dries
  30. Celosia, “Neo Mix” (s) A dries
  31. Celosia, “Sunday Series Orange” (s) A dries
  32. Celosia, “Sunday Series Mix” (s) A dries
  33. Celosia spicata “Celway Orange” (s) A dries
  34. Celosia spicata “Celway Mix” (s) A dries
  35. Celosia, “Asuka Green” (s) A dries
  36. Celosia, “Crystal Beauty” (s) A dries
  37. Centurea, “Mix” (s, ss) A
  38. Cerinthe (Honeywort) (s, ss) Afiller
  39. Chrysanthemum, “Rainbow Mix” (s)  A
  40. Chrysanthemum parthenium “White Wonder” (s, ss) P dries
  41. Chrysanthemum parthenium “Vegno Sunny Ball” (s) P dries
  42. Cosmos “Cupcake White” (s) A
  43. Cosmos “Seashells Mix” (s) A
  44. Craspedia (s)  A
  45. Cutting Celery (s) A great filler
  46. Daffodils (59 varieties) (b)
  47. Dahlia, “Rip City” (t)
  48. Dahlia, “Golden Scepter” (t)
  49. Dahlia, “Sunny Boy” (t)
  50. Dahlia, “Sylvia” (t)
  51. Dahlia,”Jill Mix” (t)
  52. Dahlia “Showpiece Mix” (s)
  53. Dahlia “Thomas Edison” (t)
  54. Dahlia “Ferncliff Illusion” (t)
  55. Dahlia “October Sky” (t)
  56. Dahlia “Arbatax” (t)
  57. Dahlia “American Dawn” (t)
  58. Dahlia “Karma Choc” (t)
  59. Dahlia “Que Sera” (t)
  60. Dahlia “Franz Kafka” (t)
  61. Dahlia “Alfred Grille” (t)
  62. Dahlia “Belle of Barmera” (t)
  63. Dahlia “Star’s Favorite” (t)
  64. Delphinium, “Magic Fountain Mid Blue White Bee” (s) P
  65. Delphinium “Blue Donna” (s) P
  66. Delphinium “Clivendon Beauty” (s) P
  67. Delphinium, “Qis White” (s, ss) A dries (larkspur)
  68. Delphinium, “Qis Light Blue” (s, ss) A dries
  69. Delphinium, ” Qis Mixed” (s) A dries
  70. Dianthus “Bodestolz” (s) B FYF
  71. Dianthus, “Lace Perfume” (s) A
  72. Dianthus “Summer Mix” (s) B FYF
  73. Emilia “Irish Poet” (s) A
  74. Eucalyptus, Lemon (s) tender per
  75. Feverfew, “Single White” (s, ss) P
  76. Forget-me-Not, Chinese Blue (s) A
  77. Gladiola “Hardy Dwarf” (corm)
  78. Gladiola “Mixed Tall,” “Merlot Ice,” “Gydan,” “Green Star,” “Kirov” (corm)
  79. Gladiolas “White Prosperity,” “Blue Isle,” “Spic n Span,” “Peter Pears,” “Buggy,” (corm)
  80. Gladiola “Glamini Lia,” Glamini Lucca” “Glamini Mixed” (corm)
  81. Gomphrena, “Qis Orange” (s) A dries
  82. Gypsophilia “Covent Garden” (s) A
  83. Helianthus, “Earthwalker” (s) A
  84. Helianthus, “Peach Passion” (s) A
  85. Helianthus, “Premier Orange” (s) A
  86. Helianthus, “Jade” (s) A
  87. Helianthus, “Double Quick Orange” (s) A
  88. Helianthus, “Pro Cut Gold Lite” (s) A
  89. Helianthus, “Bohemian Rhapsody” (s) A
  90. Helianthus, “Starburst Lemon Aura” (s) A
  91. Helianthus, “SunFill Green” (s) A
  92. Helianthus, “SunRich Gold” (s) A
  93. Helianthus, “SunRich Summer Orange” (s) A
  94. Helianthus, “SunRich Lime” (s) A
  95. Helianthus “Cherry Rose” (s) A
  96. Helianthus “Jolly Joker” (s) A
  97. Helianthus “Ring of Fire” (s) A
  98. Helianthus “Vincent’s Fresh” (s) A
  99. Hellebore, single pink and double white  P
  100. Hesperis matronalis, “Alba” (s) P
  101. Iris, Dutch “Mixed” (b)
  102. Iris, Dutch “Discovery Blue” (b)
  103. Lavenders (various established plants on the slope) P
  104. Lavandins, “Grosso” and “Abrialli” P
  105. Lily, “Oriental Mix” (b)
  106. Lisianthus, “ABC 1 Mix” (s) A
  107. Lisianthus, “Arena Mix” (s) A
  108. Lisianthus, “Soiree Orange Flash” (s) A
  109. Lisianthus, “Voyage Mix” (s) A
  110. Lunaria alba (s, ss) Biennial dries
  111. Lupine, “Gallery Blue” and “Gallery Mix” (s) P FYF
  112. Marigold “Crackerjack Mix” (s) A
  113. Mignonette “White” (s) A fragrant filler
  114. Millet, “Lime Light Tassles” (s) A
  115. Millet, “Purple Majesty” (s) A
  116. Monarda “Lemon Mint (s) A
  117. Mountain Mint (s) P fragrant filler
  118. Nigella, “Blue”, “White” (s, ss) A
  119. Ornithogalum “Silver Bells” (b)
  120. Penstemon, “Wedding Bells” (s) A
  121. Phlox, “Grandiflora Mix” (s) A
  122. Phlox, “Coral Reef” (s) A
  123. Ranunculus, “Sunset Mix” (corm)
  124. Ranunculus, “Mix” (corm)
  125. Ranunculus, “Picotee Cafe” (corm)
  126. Ranunculus, “Red & Yellow Mix”  (corm)
  127. Ranunculus, “Purple Sensation” (corm)
  128. Roses (various apricot tones in Deck Garden and Potager)
  129. Rudbeckia, “Chim Chimnee” (s) P
  130. Rudbeckia, Black-eyed Susan (p) P
  131. Rudbeckia, Cherry Brandy” (s) P
  132. Rudbeckia, “Prairie Sun” (s) P
  133. Rudbeckia, “Sahara” (s) P
  134. Rudbeckia, various self-seeded over the years
  135. Salvia, “Blue Bedder” (s,ss) P dries
  136. Salvia “Summer Jewels Mix” (s) A
  137. Scabiosa, “Cut Brite Mix” (s) A
  138. Scabiosa, “Black Knight” (s) A
  139. Scabiosa, “Fata Morgana” (s) A
  140. Scabiosa, “House Hybrids” (s) P
  141. Shasta daisy, “May Queen” (s,ss) P
  142. Statice, “Heavenly Blue” (s) A dries
  143. Statice, “Seeker White” (s) A dries
  144. Statice, “Seeker Purple” (s) A dries
  145. Statice, “Mixed” (s) A dries
  146. Stock, “Anytime Mix” (s)
  147. Stock, “Vintage Mix” (s)
  148. Strawflower, “Apricot Mix” (s) A dries
  149. Sweet Pea, “Captain of the Blues” (s) A
  150. Sweet Pea, “Mollie Rileston (s) A
  151. Sweet Pea, “Mammoth Choice Mix” (s) A
  152. Sweet Pea “Old Spice Mix” (s) A
  153. Talinum, “Kingwood Gold” (s,ss) A
  154. Tansy (p) P filler
  155. Tithonia “Torch” (s) A
  156. Tulips “Peony Mix,” “Exotic Emperor,” “Mt. Tacoma,” “Apricot Cobbler Mix,” “Sonnet,” “Purple Flag,” “Lightning Sun” and those I might cut from my gardens?
  157.  Wheat, “Black Tip” (s) A
  158. Yarrow, “Coronation Gold” (p) P dries
  159. Yarrow, “Summer Berries” (s) P
  160. Yarrow, White (p) P
  161. Zinna, “Benary Giant Orange” dahlia type (s) A
  162. Zinnia, “Benary Giant Mix” (s) A
  163. Zinnia, “Benary Giant Lime” (s) A
  164.  Zinnia, “Cresto Orange” (s) A
  165. Zinnia, “Inca” a cactus orange (s) A
  166. Zinnia, “Queen Lime Orange (s) A
  167. Zinnia, “Magna Mix” (s) A
  168. Zinnia, “Button Mix” (s) A
  169. Zinnia, “Cactus Mix” (s) A
  170. Zinnia, “Jazzy Mix” (s) A
  171. Zinnia, “Oklahoma Mix” (s) A
  172. Zinnia, “State Fair Mix” (s) A
  173. Zinnia, “Peppermint Stick” (s) A
  174. Zinnia, “Whirligig” (s) A
  175. Zinnia, “Pumilia Cut & Come Again” (s) A
  176. Zinnia, “Sun Series Sunshine Mix” (s) A
  177. Zinnia, “Zinderella Mix” (s) A

(s)=seed (ss) = Self-seeds  (t)=tuber  (p)=plant  (b) bulb

A=Annual     P=Perennial   (FYF)=first year flowering