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Common Names: M

madake
Phyllostachys bambusoides
magnolia, sweet bay
Magnolia virginiana
Makino bamboo; kei-chiku; gui zhu
Phyllostachys makinoi
marjoram
Origanum vulgare
marsh marigold; cowslip
Caltha palustris
Mayapple; wild lemon
Podophyllum peltatum
Mayflower
Epigaea repens
mayflower, Canada
Maianthemum canadense
Maypop
Passiflora incarnata
meadowsweet
Spiraea latifolia
Meehan's mint; creeping mint
Meehania cordata
metake
Pseudosasa japonica
milkweed, swamp
Asclepias incarnata
miniature !bamboo,
Pseudosasa owatarii pygmaea
mint, dotted
Monarda punctata
mist flower
Eupatorium coelestinum
mock orange
Philadelphus coronarius
moss
Atrichum undulatum
moss
Callicladium haldanianum
moss, common haircap
Polytrichum commune
moss, flowering
Phlox subulata
moss, reindeer
Cladonia species
mother-of-thyme
Thymus serpyllum
mountain laurel; calico bush
Kalmia latifolia
mountain lover
Paxistima canbyi
mountain mint, hyssop-leaved
Pycnanthemum hyssopifolium
mountain-mint, hoary
Pycnanthemum incanum
mountain-mint, short-toothed
Pycnanthemum muticum
mulberry hybrids, white x red
Morus alba x rubra

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Catalog as of January 02, 2016

Passiflora

(Passifloraceae - passion flower family)
Passionflower. About 400 species of tendril-climbing vines, native mostly to Central and South America. Often cultivated for their foliage, showy flowers of intricate structure, and edible fruit.

caerulea evgrn vine • ht to 30' or more • zones 8-10

blue passionflower

Passiflora caerulea - May 17 Passiflora caerulea - May 17


fragrant, screen, sun
Brazil to Argentina

Fast-growing, with leaves divided into narrow, finger-like segments. The spicily fragrant, blue and white flowers are 2-4" across. One of the hardiest of the evergreen passionflowers, it is root hardy to zone 6 with winter protection, and top hardy to about 10° F. Blossoms appear primarily in spring on the previous season's growth, so it often will not flower if the top growth is killed in winter. Does well in containers.

cat # 3I2B
$11.95 each / 3+, $11.50 ea


Passiflora incarnata - Nov 17 Passiflora incarnata sel. TN2 - Jul 10 Passiflora incarnata sel. TN2 - Jul 10 Passiflora incarnata
incarnata peren vine • ht 10-15' • zones 5 or 6 (with protection) -10

Maypop; apricot vine; wild passionflower


native, edible fruit, fragrant, screen, sun
se US

A vigorous perennial vine with deeply 3-lobed leaves. Flowers are lavender and white, 2-3" across, of intricate structure and very showy. Very slow to begin growth in spring, but once started it grows rapidly. Flowering continues over a long period in summer. Fruit is about 2" long, egg-shaped, and edible when ripe. The flavor of the fruit is much like that of the tropical passionfruit. Prefers sandy soil and a sunny location. Needs a fairly long season to ripen fruit. A winter mulch is needed in colder areas, at least until the plants become well established. For fruit production, two or more should be planted.

cat # 3I2M
$9.95 each


Passiflora lutea - Sep 25 Passiflora lutea - Sep 30 Passiflora lutea TN sel. - Sep 15 Passiflora lutea TN sel. - Sep 15 Passiflora lutea TN sel. - Sep 15
lutea peren vine • ht 10' • zones 5-10

yellow passionflower


native, sun
PA & FL to OK & TX

A dainty, delicate appearing vine, but probably the most cold-hardy of the passionflowers. Leaves are attractively dappled with light colored splotches. Flowers are yellow-green, about ½" across. Mulch for winter in zone 5, at least until well established.

cat # 3I3A
$9.95 each