What’s Growing

My tiny garden is overflowing!

Believe it or not this is probably not a complete list. I’m always adding a plant here and there. I’ll try to update this list every now and then, but for now, here’s what’s growing in my garden:


Lavender Dreams
Morden Sunset
Flower Carpet pink
Almost wild Cerise – I think this is really Nearly Wild
The Fairy
Dr. J.H. Nicolas
Eden Climber
Yves Piaget
Stanwell Perpetual
Therese Bugnet
Breath of Life
Fragrant Cloud
Just Joey
Abraham Darby
Souvenir de la Malmaison
Octavia Hill
Perfume Delight
Jacques Cartier
Baronne Prevost
White Dawn
Jude the Obscure
Graham Thomas
Sharifa Asma
Gruss an Achen
Compte de Chambord
William Baffin
Prince Napoleon
Love and Peace
Zepherine Drouhn
Antique ’89
2 Dr. Huey (already in garden when we moved in)
2 unnamed/unknown red mini’s
3 autumn sunblaze
5 Kordes Vanilla
4 Kordes Esmardelda


Sedum Autumn Fire
Lavender Angustifolia
Lavender Munstead
Amethyst Mist Heuchera
Balloon Flower mariesii
Pervoskia Little Spire
Princess Victoria Louise Oriental Poppy
Bronze Sedge
Robinsons Red Painted Daisy
Iceland Polly San remo
Palace Purple Heuchera
Monardo aquarius Bee Balm
Johnsons blue geranium
daylily frans hal
Daylily dublin elaine
Astilbe White
alaska Shasta daisy
Sea holly
Bearded Iris (name unknown)
crocosmia george Davidson
Scabiosa Caucasica Perfecta
Azalea Orchid Lights
Azalea Northern Lights
Helleborus Royal heritage
Peony Amsterdam (species ?)
Stella D’Ora Daylily
Clematis Comtesse de Bouchard
Trillium Grandiflora White
Hosta Blue wedgewood
Lily of the Valley
Jack in the pulpit
dicentra spectabilis
dicentra Formosa luxuriant
Yellow Ladies slipper cypripeduim calceolus
trillium wake Robbin
Jacobs ladder Polemonium Caeruleum
Hosta Francee
Fern Athyrum felix femina
malva mochata
Liatris White
Liatris Purple
iris siberica silver edge
iris sibirica white swirl
Globe Flower orange Princess
Daylily Cream Drop
clematis hybrid Seiboldiana
Green velvet boxwood
Tamukeyama cutleaf japanese maple
blue Prince + Princess Holly
tufted hair Grass Deschampsia Caespitosa
Cortaderia Pumila Dwarf Pampas Grass
Cone Flower blacked eyed susan goldsturm
Lavender Queen Purple Coneflower
ariel new york Aster
Daylily Bonanza
Aslepias tuberosa Gay butterflies
Bearded Iris- Dover Beach
Rose Of Sharon
Geniana Dahurica
Delphinium Heavenly Blue
Salvia Sylvestra Blue Queen
Salvia nemorosa Blue Queen
Iris Germanica Salonique
Monardo Marshalls Delight
Oriental Poppy Pizzicato
Dwarf Blue Delphinium
Platycodon gradifloris Fuji Pink
Daylily Sammy Russel
bearded iris Charles miller
Lupin Russells yellow
Anthea yarrow
clematis x Jacmanii
Campannula Carpatica Blue Clips
Heuchera Sanguinea “Slendens”
Purple English Primrose
Hosta gold Standard
Hosta halcyon
Red Futurity Dwarf Red Canna
Datura inoxia Belle Blanche
aquilegia “Winky” Rose + Rose
Dianthus ideal Crimson
Dianthus several unknown varieties
Monkshood Aconitum Arendsii Azure Blue
Festuca Glauca Blue Fescue Grass
Passiflora Incarnata
Passiflora caerulea
tuberose “the Pearl”
Zebra Canna Striata
Canna Tropicanna
Daylily Hot Chocolate
Crocosmia Lucifer
Crocosmia Emily Mckenzie
Asiatic Lily Blue eyes
Oriental Lilies- White
Asclepias Tuberosa
Astilbe Chinensis Pumila
Astilbe aphrodite
Gaillardia Kobold
Paeonia lactiflora Karl Rosenfield
Paeonia Lactiflora Pecher
Phlox paniculata Bright eyes
Phlox paniculata David
Rudbeckia fulgida Goldstrum
Tradescantia anders Osprey
Tricyrtis hirta
Viola sempervirens
Clematis Daniel Deronda
Pennisetum Little bunny
Canna Lucifer
Canna rosever
maltese Cross


Greek Oregano
Mint- 3 types

Fruit and Veggies

Asparagus Jersey Knight

Every year I plant a couple of varieties of Tomatoes, carrots, radishes, several types of lettuce, beets, spinach, beans and cucumbers.

Then there’s the annuals that go in every May and June!


Impatiens, petunias, marigolds, four o’ clocks (white, oh that jasmine smell at night), asters, Cosmos, sunflowers, Celosia, portulaca, geranium, Begonias, fuchsia, calla, dahlia, gladiolus, snapdragons, Alyssum, cleome and coleus.

Plants that summer outside/ Winter Inside:

Canna, Jasmine, passion flower, amaryllis, Orchids, and tuber rose.

If you are interested in a particular type of plant be sure to click on the links in the headings – annuals, perennials, roses and you’ll be taken to a page where I’ve written about many of the plants listed in that category.

You can also use the search box in the left sidebar near the top of the page to find a specific plant or plant type to see what I might have written about it.

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