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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Bulk Seed Available

Genus
Specie
Common  name
1/ 4 oz
1/ 2 oz
1 oz
Amount Available
Campanula
americana
tall bell flower
$5.00
$8
$13
2 oz
Cinna
arundinacea
wood reed grass
$4.8
$7.8
$12
1/ 4 oz
Conoclinum
coelestinum
mistflower
$5
$8
$13
1/ 4 oz
Coreopsis
tripteris
tall coreopsis
$8
$13
$20
1 oz
Elephantopsis
caroliniana
elephant foot
$5
$8
$13
1 /4 oz
Elymus
hystrix
bottle brush grass
$4
$7
$12
1/ 4 oz
Elymus
riparius
river rye
$4
$7
$12
1/ 2 oz
Eupatorium
fistulosum
Joe Pye weed
$5
$8
$13
1 oz
Eupatorium
rotundifolium var. rotundifolium
round leaved thoroughwort
$5
$8
$13
1 oz
Eupatorium
perfoliatum
boneset
$5
$8
$13
1/2 oz
Eupatorium
sessilifolium
sessile thoroughwort
$4
$7
$12
1/4 oz
Guara
biennis
biennial guara
$3
$4.5
$8
1 oz
Helianthus
giganteus
tall sunflower
$8
$13
$20
1/ 4 oz
Liatris
spicata
blazing star
$4.8
$7.8
$12
3/ 4 oz
Penstemon
hirsutus
NE beardtongue
$8
$12
$20
1/ 4 oz
Phacelia
purshii
Miami mist
$5
$7.5
$13
0
Scutellaria
incana
downy skullcap
$6
$9
$14
1/ 2 oz
Solidago
juncea
early goldenrod
$6
$10
$17
1/4 oz
Solidago
nemoralis
gray stem goldenrod
$6
$10
$17
1/ 4 oz
Solidago
speciosa
showy goldenrod
$6
$10
$17
0
Sorghastrum
nutans
Indian grass
$2
$3.5
$6
1/ 4 oz
Symphyortichum
novae-anglae
New England aster
$5
$8
$13
1 oz
Symphyortichum
lavae
smooth aster
$5
$8
$13
1/4 oz
Symphyortichum
cordifolium
heart leaved aster
$5
$8
$13
1/4 oz
Symphyortichum
lateriflorus
calico aster
$5
$8
$13
1/4 oz
Vernonia
glauca
upland ironweed
$5
$8
$13
2 oz
Veronicastrum
virginicum
Culver's root
$15.00
$25.00
$44.00
1 oz








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Joan King, not Dutch Valley Seeds
205 Fox Hollow Rd.
Pequea, Pa. 17565

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Round leaved Thoroughwort
Eupatorium rotundifolium var. ovatum

Round-leaved thoroughwort provides a flat white haze in the late summer meadow. At three feet tall it holds its own but doesn't get pushy. It has a stiff upright posture and doesn't flop over. Blooming from late summer into early fall it produces plenty of nectar for late season butterflies and bees. This plant tolerates poor dry soil and mixes well with upland ironweed, asters and goldenrods. 

Monday, October 8, 2012

Coreopsis tripteris


Tall coreopsis, Coreopsis tripteris, is a prairie remnant species found growing in the scour zone of the Susquehanna River along the York County line. Five to seven feet tall, this slender, open plant is a graceful accent in any garden.

Blooming from July into August, these three-inch flowers are showy and yet not gaudy. This species grows well in a wide variety of soil, from rich to poor, moist to dry. The plant slowly increases as a clump and is not thuggish. It does well in poor soil, as it doesn't compete well in a thickly planted setting. Pinch the leaves and enjoy the anise scent. Finches will enjoy the seed in the fall.

Companion plants: Vernonia glauca, Lilium superbum, Eupatorium rotundifolium var. ovatum, Lactuca floridiana, Baptisia tinctoria, Euphorbia collorata.