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1 Availability as of Page 1 of Native Plant Sale Price List Native Plant Sale: Saturday, April 21 st 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. **PPA Members Only Sale: Friday, April 20 th 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.** (Must be a PPA member or become a PPA member on April 20 to purchase plants on this day.) Please note the availability of listed plants can change with short notice due to loss or damage prior to delivery. Quantities are limited. There is no pre-ordering of plants. Plants are provided by Pinelands Nursery & Supply in Columbus, Good Host Plants Nursery in Philadelphia and Fernbrook Nursery in Bordentown. Many thanks to them for their support of this event! Container Size 1 = 7" deep by 6" in diameter Container Size 2 = 9" deep by 8" in diameter Container Size 3 = 9.75" deep by 11" in diameter Other container sizes as listed. HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS Scientific Name: Andropogon gerardii Common Name: Big Bluestem Container Size: Quart Price: $5.00 Description: Common perrennial of open sites. 4'-6' high. Upland, dry sites with acidic soils Full sun to partial shade. Flowers mid-august to late September. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Andropogon virginicus Common Name: Broomsedge Bluestem Container Size: 2" Quart Price: $5.00 Description: Common species of dry, open sites. Like Little Bluestem, but leafier and stouter flowers tucked inside bracts. 2'-5' high. Upland, dry sites. Semi-shade. Attracts birds and butterflies. Flowers mid-august to late September. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Aquilegia canadensis Common Name: Eastern Columbine Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Showy pink to red lantern-shaped flowers with long nectar spurs. 2'-3' tall. Tolerates dry soil but prefers medium moisture soils. Full sun to part shade. Great hummingbird attractor. Flowers April to May.

2 Availability as of Page 2 of 7 Scientific Name: Asclepias incarnata Common Name: Swamp Milkweed Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Large blossoms of small, fragrant, upturned rose-purple flowers. Great host plant for Monarch butterflies and hummingbirds. Great for rain gardens and habitat. 2'-6' tall. Moist to wet soils; sun to part shade. Can thrive in mucky clay soils. Blooms June through October. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Asclepias syriaca Common Name: Common Milkweed Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Large blossoms of small, fragrant, upturned rose-purple flowers. Great pollinaor plant and host plant for Monarch butterflies. Great for rain gardens. 2'-6' tall. Moist soils; sun to part shade. Blooms June through July. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Asclepias tuberosa Common Name: Butterfly Milkweed Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: A tough drought-tolerant native with intense orange flowers May - September. Attracts many varieties of butterfly and is especially attractive to Monarchs. Occurs in dry fields and roadsides. Prefers full sun but can grow in part shade. Maximum height 12"-18". Moist to dry soils. Scientific Name: Eupatorium coelestinum Common Name: Blue Mistflower Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Perennial with ornamental lavender flowers - nice border plant. Will also fill in as a ground cover. From 1' to 2' tall. Found in sandy coastal marshes and drier inland meadows. Flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies. Flowers appear from July to October. Grows best in full sun but will tolerate shade. Scientific Name: Eupatorium maculatum Common Name: Spotted Joe-Pye Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Perennial with pink flowers that bloom from August to October. Grows from 4' to 6' tall. Found in wet meadows. Flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies. Grows best in partial shade. Scientific Name: Eupatorium perfoliatum Common Name: Boneset Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: White-flowered perennial good for wet to medium soils. Found naturally along streams and at woodland edges. 3'-4' tall, blooms July-September. Full sun to part shade. Scientific Name: Liatris spicata Common Name: Dense Blazing Star Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Slender, erect perennial that reaches a height of 3'-4'. A dense spike of purple flowers appears July - September. Likes full sun but can tolerate partial shade. Grows best in moist, acidic sandy soil. Attractive to bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Low maintenance plant that may be resistant to deer.

3 Availability as of Page 3 of 7 Scientific Name: Iris versicolor Common Name: Blueflag Iris Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: This iris has attractive blue to purple flowers and blooms May - July. From 2' to 3' tall. Grows in medium to wet soils in full sun to partial shade. Can grow in 2"-4" in shallow standing water. Does best in full sun and moist, rich soils. Will spread by self-seeding and extension of rhizomes. Scientific Name: Lobelia cardinalis Common Name: Cardinal Flower Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Herb of wetlands with striking, bright red flowers & toothed alternate leaves. Flowers May - October. Attracts hummingbirds. To 5' tall. Needs wet or moist soil and likes sun, partial shade or shade. Scientific Name: Mimulus ringens Common Name: Monkey Flower Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: A perennial herb of open swamps with blue flowers. Flowers July-September. To 3' tall. Needs wet or moist soil and likes full sun. Scientific name: Monarda fistulosa Common Name: Wild Bergamot Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: A square stemmed perennial with rosettes of red flowers in terminal whorls. Special value to bumble bees and honey bees. 2'-3' tall. Blooms during summer months for 6 weeks. Prefers wet meadows and moist open woods. Scientific name: Monarda punctata Common Name: Spotted Beebalm; Horsemint Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Aromatic perennial with rosettes of pale yellowish, purple-spotted tubular flowers in terminal whorls. Large, showy white-purple bracts look like additional petals. Special value to bumble bees and honey bees. 1'-3' tall. Blooms April through August. Sun and dry, sandy soils. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific name: Osmunda cinnamomea Common Name: Cinnamon Fern Container Size:Quart Price: $6.00 Description: Large fern that can grow 2-3 tall. Cinnamon colored fronds emerge in early summer. Grows best in moist/wet soil under full shade. Great groundcover in moist shady sites. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Pycnanthemum muticum Common Name: Clustered Mountain Mint Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Easy to grow, minty aromatic foliage with silvery white tops. Tiny light pink-white flowers in clusters. Great for woodland borders. One of the best nectar sources for native butterflies. Attracts swarms of pollinators to your garden! 2'-3' tall. Flowers June-September. Moist to moderate well-drained soils. Sun to part shade. Deer resistant! Scientific Name: Solidago nemoralis Common Name: Gray Goldenrod Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Slender-stemmed plant with small yellow flowers that arch downward, forming yellow plumes. Attracts butterflies and honey bees. Individual plants bloom at various times, mostly in late summer through fall. 1'-3' tall. Sun, part shade, shade. Dry soils.

4 and Pine Barrens Periphery Availability as of Page 4 of 7 Scientific Name: Solidago odora Common Name: Sweet Goldenrod Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: One of our native goldenrod species that produces anise sented leaves. This plant produces yellow flowers in later summer into fall. Grows well in dry soils with full to part sun. 2-4 tall, important late season plant for pollinators. Native To: Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Sorghastrum nutans Common Name: Indian Grass Container Size: Quart Price: $5.00 Description: A tall, striking bunchgrass with beautiful plumes. Very tolerant of most site conditions. To 6'. Will grow in moist or dry soil. Semi-shade. Flowers mid August to mid-september. Native To: Pine Barrens and South Jersey Scientific Name: Symphyotrichum novi-belgii Common Name: New York Aster Container Size: 2" Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Fall flowering (late August through September) that has pink, purple or white composite inflorescences. 2'-5' tall; medium to wet soils in full sun. Great plant for fall pollinators. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Verbena hastata Common Name: Blue Vervain Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Slender spikes of densely-packed purplish-blue flowers on tall stems. 2'-6' tall; medium to wet soils. Blooms July to August; full sun to part shade. Attracts butterflies and is a great plant for rain gardens. Scientific Name: Vernonia noveboracensis Common Name: New York Ironweed Container Size: 2 Plug Price: $2.50 Description: Great butterfly attractor with numerous tiny, fluffy, deep purple flowers in loose clusters atop stiff, leafy stems. Tolerates a wide range of soils, prefers medium to wet soils. 4'-8' tall. Full sun to part shade. TREES / SHRUBS / VINES Scientific Name: Cephalanthus occidentalis Common Name: Buttonbush Container Size: #1 6-24" Price: $12 Description: Medium-sized shrub often growing in 1 foot or more of water. Flowers early June to late August. Small white flowers cluster together forming large button-like ornaments. 3' to 6', can reach 15'. Grows best in partial shade; can grow in full shade. Requires wet or saturated soils. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis Common Name: Eastern Redbud Container Size: # Price: $18 Description: Compact tree 20' to 30' tall. Blooms March to May with clusters of red/pink flowers. Attractive to honey bees and butterflies. Part shade to shade, Moist/well drained soils.

5 Availability as of Page 5 of 7 Scientific Name: Chamaecyparis thyoides Common Name: Atlantic White Cedar Container Size: # Price: $18 Description: Characteristic graceful evergreen tree of Pine Barrens swamps and bogs. Bright bluish-green needles. Up to 50' tall. Prefers deep, moist, sandy soil. Small brown cones. Best in full sun. Native To: Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Clethra alnifolia Common Name: Sweet Pepperbush Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Medium size shrub of wetlands, swamps and sandy woods. Racemes of very fragrant, white flowers blossom July - August. 3'-8' or larger in moist soil. Prefers wet or moist acidic soil but can grow in dry soils. Sun, partial-shade, shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Cornus amomum Common Name: SIlky Dogwood Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: One of the most charming and conspicuous small woodland trees. Tiny flowers are surrounded by showy, white, petal-like bracts. Bright red fall fruits attract migrating birds. 15'-30' tall. Blooms April to May. Medium moisture, well-drained soils. Prefers organically rich, acidic soils in part shade, but can do well in full sun. Scientific Name: Diospyros virginiana Common Name: Common Persimmon Container Size: #2 >3 Price: $18 Description: Small to medium tree growing between feet. Produces yellow flowers April- June and edible fruit in the fall. Many insects visit the flowers and many species of wildlife feed on the fruit. Does well in part shade and both wet and dry sites. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Hamamelis virginiana Common Name: Witch-hazel Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: tall shrub that produces yellow flowers and foliage in the fall. Well drained soils with medium moisture. Full sun to part shade. Does well in acidic and heavy clay soils. Scientific Name: Ilex verticillata Common Name: Winterberry Holly Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Medium size, deciduous multi-stemmed, dioecious shrub of swamps & forested wetlands. Bright red berries that persist through fall & winter are wonderfully ornamental and good for wildlife food. Fruit mid- September to October. 6'-10' tall. Prefers wet conditions but can grow in dry conditions once established. Sun, partial shade and shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Itea virginica Common Name: Virginia Sweetspire Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Small deciduous shrub of wet acidic sites. Very ornamental with fragrant white flowers in the late spring & lovely burgundy fall color. Flowers early June to July. 3'-6' tall but can reach 10'. Prefers medium to wet soils but can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions. Prefers partial shade but can be grown in full sun once established. and Pine Barrens

6 Availability as of Page 6 of 7 Scientific Name: Juniperus virginiana Common Name: Eastern Red Cedar Container Size: # " Price: $12 Description: Large tree that can grow over 60 tall and 25 feet wide. Grows well in full sun and moist soils but is drought tolerant. This is a dioecious species, meaning it has separate male and female trees. Scientific Name: Kalmia latifolia Common Name: Mountain Laurel Container Size: # " Price: $18 Description: Large shrub that can grow over 6 tall with white to pink flowers. Blooms in the summer. Moist, acidic soils. Grows best in partial shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Lindera benzoin Common Name: Spicebush Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Dioecious shrub that grows 6-12 tall. Yellow flowers bloom in April. Flowers attract pollinators, berries of female plants attract birds, and functions as the host plant for spicebush swallowtail butterflies. Moist soil, part shade to shade. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Liquidambar styraciflua Common Name: Sweet Gum Container Size: #3 >5 Price: $18 Description: Large tree that can grow over 60 tall. This fast growing tree is very adaptable but is typically found in wet sites with partial shade. Blooms from March to May and turns yellow, red and purple in the fall. and Pine Barrens Periphery Scientific Name: Magnolia virginiana Common Name: Sweetbay Magnolia Container Size: # Price: $18 Description: Small tree with showy, aromatic white flowers. Semi-evergreen leaves and brilliant red ornamental fruit. Spicy, aromatic leaves. 10'-30' tall. Blooms mid-june. Wet to moist acidic soils. Prefers full sun but tolerates partial shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Morella pensylvanica Common Name: Northern Bayberry Container Size: #1 6-24" Price: $12 Description: Medium size, semi-evergreen shrub found on a variety of sites. Aromatic leaves and berries. Salt tolerant, good for coastal & highway plantings. A nitrogen fixer. 5'-12' tall. Prefers moist soils but is drought tolerant. Likes partial shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Photinia pyrifolia Common Name: Red Chokeberry Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Multi-stemmed shrub with clusters of white to light pink flowers followed by abundant glossy red fruits tall. Flowers in late April. Prefers well-drained, medium-moisture soils and can tolerate boggy soils. Full sun to part shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Prunus maritima Common Name: Beach Plum Container Size: #3 Price: $18 Description: Salt tolerant, medium size, rounded shrub of the outer coastal plain. Attractive white flowers; its fruit is prized for making jams. To 6' tall. Flowers late April to May. Fruits early September to October. Grows in moist or dry sandy conditions and likes sun. and Pine Barrens

7 Availability as of Page 7 of 7 Scientific Name: Prunus serotina Common Name: Black Cherry Container Size: #3 >5' Price: $18 Description: Medium size, craggy tree grows 50'-60' tall and can reach 100'. Cherries are an important food source for many animal species and appear late summer. Likes sun but can tolerate shade. Moist to dry soil conditions. Scientific Name: Vaccinium corymbosum Common Name: Highbush Blueberry Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Medium tall shrub at home in acidic lowlands. A plant for all seasons with attractive flowers, tasty fruit, scarlet fall foliage & red winter stem color. Fruits early July to early August. To 12' tall. Likes moist soils but with some irrigation can also be grown on drier sites. Sun, partial shade, shade. and Pine Barrens Scientific Name: Viburnum nudum Common Name: Witherod Container Size: # Price: $12 Description: Deciduous shrub with white flowers that attract butterflies and showy fruit attracts birds. Red foliage and blue berries in fall provide ornamental interest. Blooms April to May. 5'-12' tall. Medium to wet soils; full sun to part shade. and Pine Barrens

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