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Written by Mitzi VanSant   
Thursday, 07 July 2011 02:43

Bishop Street Cottage Garden Plant List

Italics = Native to TX
Bold = Fragrant flowers or foliage

Trees
Acer rubrum  Red Maple
Bauhinia lunarioides   Anacacho Orchid  
Carya illinoinensis  Pecan
Fraxinus velutina  Arizona Ash  (existing, rather plant Fraxinus texenis, native to our area)
Ilex vomitoria    Yaupon Holly
Pyrus calleryana   Bradford Pear
Quercus virginiana   Live Oak

Shrubs
Abelia grandiflora ‘Compacta’ and Abelia x grandiflora
Azaleas  ‘Mrs. G.G. Gerbing’
Brunfelsia pauciflora  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Camellia japonica cultivars
Camellia sasanqua cultivars
Citrus limon ‘Meyer’  Meyer Lemon   CALIFORNIA FAVORITE
Eleagnus pungens    Silverberry or Thorn Olive
Gardenia jasminoides   Gardenia
Hydrangea macrophylla  ‘Maresii’
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘All Summer Beauty’   OREGON GARDEN
Ilex  ‘Nellie R. Stevens’  Holly
Itea virginica   Compact cultivar  Virginia sweetspire   
Jasminum mesnyi   Primrose Jasmine  
Lonicera fragrantissima   Winter-flowering honeysuckle
Mahonia bealii  Leatherleaf Mahonia
Michelia figo  Banana Shrub
Myrtus communis  Dwarf Myrtle
Nandina   standard and ‘Woods Compact’  Heavenly Bamboo
Osmanthus fragrans  Tea/Sweet Olive  
Philadelphus coronarius  Mockorange    
Pittosporum tobira ‘Variegata’ and ‘Wheeler’s Dwarf’  Mockorange
Podocarpus macrophyllus ‘Maki’  Japanese Yew
Spiraea x van Houttei  Bridalwreath Spirea
Viburnum odoratissimum  Sweet Viburnum
Viburnum tinus ‘Spring Bouquet’   Laurustinus

 

 

 

Vines
Akebia quinata   Five Leaf Akebia
Antigonon leptopus   Coral Vine or Queen’s Crown
Bignonia capreolata  Crossvine 
Clematis hybrids – 3 varieties, one blue, one red, and one white
Clematis paniculata   Sweet Autumn Clematis
Jasminum polyanthum    Pink Jasmine
Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’     Hall’s Honeysuckle  ( a volunteer..invasive so remove berries)
Solanum jasminoides   Potato Vine  
Trachelspermum jasminoides (but ivory and reblooms well)

Climbing Roses – Teas, Noisettes, Hybrid Musks  (see separate Rose category for specific cultivar)

Perennials
Ajuga reptens   Bugleweed
Anemonie x hybrid  ‘Honorine de Jobert’
Aquilegia chrysantha  Yellow Columbine
Asparagus meyeri    Foxtail Fern  
Cyrtomium falcatum   Holly Fern 
Dianthus hybrids  Pinks
Dryopteris erythrosaura    Autumn Fern  
Hemerocallis ‘Hyperion’   Daylily 
Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’
Iris hybrids – Bearded types  lavender and lavender with dark purple “fall”
Justicia brandegeeana   Shrimp Plant
Liriope muscari  Lilyturf
Liriope muscari ‘Aztec   Grass’
Nepeta mussinii   Catmint
Penstemon tenuis   Gulf Coast Penstemon
Plumbago auriculata   Plumbago
Salvia lyrata   Lyre leaf sage
Scabiosa columbaria   ‘Butterfly Blue’    Pincushion flower  
Thelypteris kunthiiRiver Fern

Roses

David Austin Roses: 
Golden Celebration
Heritage
Tamora
Winchester Cathedral

Bourbons:
Kronpprincessin Viktoria
Maggie
Souvenir de la Malmaison

 

Hybrid Musks:
Felicia
Nastarana
Penelope

Modern Roses:
Just Joey (Hybrid Teas)
Sunsprite (Floribunda)

Noisettes:
Lamarque
Reve d’Or
Marechal Neil
Pink Marechal Neil 

Polyanthas:
Cecile Brunner
Perle d’ Or
Gruss an Aachen (actually the first Floribunda released in 1909 but often grouped with old roses)

Shrubs:
Belinda’s Dream
Darlow’s Enigma
Cl. Pinkie

Teas:
Bon Silene
Catherine Mermet
Dr. Grill
Duchesse de Brabant
Etiole de Lyon
Frances Dubreuil
G. Nobonnand
Georgetown Tea
Isabella Sprunt
Lady Hillingdon
Madame Berkeley
Madame Lombard
Maman Cochet
Marie Van Houtte
Monsieur Tillier
Mrs. B. R. Cant
Mrs. Dudley Cross
Rubens
Safrano
William R. Smith

 

Climbing Teas:
Ellie Beauvillain  
Sombreuil

Herbs

Allium astivum   Garlic
Allium schoenoprasum   Chives
Aloysia triphylla   Lemon Verbena
Anethum graveolens   Dill
Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’   Wormwood
Borago officinalis   Borage
Capsicum   Peppers in variety
Foeniculum vulgare   Fennel
Laurus nobilis    Bay leaf
Lavandula dentate  French Lavender
Marrubium vulgare   Horehound
Melissa officinalis   Lemon Balm
Mentha spp.   Mint     Spearmint, Peppermint, and Chocolate Mint
Monarda didyma    Bergamot
Nepeta cataria   Catnip
Ocimum basilicum   Sweet Basil   Tall culinary, dwarf small leaf, purple leaf
Origanum majorana     Marjorum
Origanum vulgare    Oregano
Pelargonium spp.  Scented Geranium  Rose Scented
Petroselinum crispum   Parsley
Poterium sanquisorba    Salad Burnet
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Prostrata’ and ‘Arp’   Rosemary
Rumex acetosa   Sorrel
Ruta graveolens    Rue
Salvia coccinea   Scarlet or Texas Sage
Salvia farinacea ‘Evolution’   Mealy Blue Sage (this is a deep purple hybrid)
Salvia officinalis    Culinary Sage
Salvia officinalis  Culinary Sage
Stachys byzantina    Lamb’s Ears
Thymus vulgaris    English Thyme
Viola missouriensis   Violet

Annuals
Cool Season:
Antirrhinum spp.  Snapdragons
Dianthus    Pinks
Viola spp.  Pansies

Warm season:
Angelonia augustifolia    Purple and White hybrids
Evolvulus glomeratus ‘ Blue Daze’
Impatiens hybrids
Lantana ‘Silvermound’
Pentas lanceolata  Pentas
Salvia farinacea ‘Evolution’
Torenia  ‘Clown Mix’  Wishbone flower

Bulbs
Amaryllis  (bright red)
Crinum  (white)   Swamp Lily 
Crocus
Narcissus
Zephryanthes   Rain Lily

Vegetables

There is a fairly large vegetable garden with plants varying by season.

Cool Season:
Beets
Broccoli
Bunching onions
Cabbage
Carrots
Lettuce in variety
Swiss Chard

Warm Season:
Banana Peppers
Cantaloupe
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Green Peppers
Honey Dew Melon
Roasting Peppers
Tomatoes   
Watermelon
Winter Squash

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 July 2011 21:05
 

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