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Common Names: T

ta-ming
Pleioblastus gramineus
tara vine
Actinidia arguta
tassel-white
Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'
teaberry
Gaultheria procumbens
thread-leaf blue star
Amsonia hubrectii
three-square bulrush; chair-maker's bulrush
Scirpus americanus
three-toothed cinquefoil
Potentilla tridentata
thyme-leaved speedwell
Veronica serpyllifolia
tickseed, lobed
Coreopsis auriculata 'Nana'
tickseed, rose
Coreopsis rosea
tickseed, whorled
Coreopsis verticillata
tickseed; !coreopsis,
Coreopsis grandiflora
trailing arbutus
Epigaea repens
trailing sedum
Sedum sarmentosum
trailing veronica
Veronica incana
tree moss, umbrella moss
Climacium americanum
trumpet creeper
Campsis radicans
trumpet honeysuckle
Lonicera sempervirens 'Prolifica'
trumpet vine
Campsis radicans
tuckahoe
Peltandra virginica
turkey-foot
Andropogon gerardii
turtle-head
Chelone glabra
turtlehead, Lyon's
Chelone lyonii
turtlehead, red
Chelone obliqua
twinflower
Linnaea borealis

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Catalog as of January 02, 2016

Coreopsis

(Compositae - daisy family)
Tickseed. Over 100 species of annual or perennial herbs from North and South America and Africa. A number of these are cultivated as ornamentals. Coreopsis compounded from Greek "core" for bug and "opsi" meaning appearance referring to insect-like fruit.

location photo/ for images 3959, 3961 Yellow blooms, 3959 Yellow blooms, 3961
auriculata 'Nana' peren • ht 10"; fl stalks to 18' • zones 5-9

lobed tickseed


native, ground cover, part shade - sun
se US

Densely foliaged, spreads slowly; suitable for use as a ground cover. Bears bright yellow, daisy-like flowers over a long period in summer.

cat # 6Q6E
$7.95 each / 3+, $7.50 ea


grandiflora peren • ht 1½-4' • zones 5-10

tickseed; coreopsis


new, native, part shade - sun
se US

This favored perennial forms a clump with leaves are stiff and dark green, almost succulent and large, continuously blooming flowers. The yellow daisy-like flowers are 2"-3" in diameter and may be single or double. The double form we are offering blooms all summer and into the fall. Growth is vigorous, but plant is somewhat shortlived. Tolerates dry conditions as well as salt and wind exposure. Will also grow in shallow or chalky soils. Succeeds in urban environments and rooftop gardens since it tolerates poor soil and blasting heat. Good for cut flowers. Seeds resemble ticks, hence the common name. Can seed abundantly.

cat # 6Q6I
$7.95 each / 3+, $7.50 ea


palmata peren • ht 1½' • zones 3-8

stiff coreopsis


native, ground cover, dry - moist, part shade - sun
cent N Amer

This prairie wildflower bears bright yellow flowers to 2" across in early summer. Easily cultivated, and tolerant of dry soil.

cat # 6Q6N
$7.95 each / 3+, $7.50 ea


Coreopsis rosea - Oct 9 Coreopsis rosea - Oct 9 Coreopsis rosea - Jul 31 Coreopsis rosea - Aug 20
rosea peren • ht 2' • zones 4-8

rose tickseed


native, moist - wet, sun
e coastal N Amer Unusual for a

Coreopsis, this species bears rose-pink flowers and is tolerant of wet soil. The 1" diameter flowers appear over a long period in summer. Good for waterside plantings, but also quite adaptable to other garden situations. Tolerant of wet soil.

cat # 6Q6P
$7.95 each / 3+, $7.50 ea


Coreopsis verticillata - Jul 7 Coreopsis verticillata - Jul 7 Coreopsis verticillata - Jul 10
verticillata peren • ht 2' • zones 5-9

whorled tickseed


native, ground cover, sun
se US

The yellow flowers, up to 2" in diameter, of this species are nicely set off by the finely divided, delicate foliage. Spreads slowly. Adaptable and easily grown, this plant is useful in a variety of garden situations.

cat # 6Q6W
$7.95 each / 3+, $7.50 ea