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The Caroline Dormon Nature Preserve Mostly Native Plant Sale
Posted on : October 8, 2014

The Caroline Dormon Nature Preserve announces a Mostly Native Plant Sale!

Saturday, November 1, 2014

9am until 2pm

At Briarwood, 2 miles south of Saline, LA on Highway 9

Over 1000 hard-to-find plants priced between $5 and $20 including:

5 spieces of Native Azaleas: canescens, austrinum, flammeum, viscosum, and prunifolium
Louisiana Iris
Ferns, Shurbs
Perennials, Heirloom Bulbs
Trees, Daylilies
and much, much more

For more information
318-576-3379
<briarwoodnp@gmail.com>
http://www.facebook.com/cdormon

Partial listPavilion area

 

13 / Camellia sasanqua—-Sasanqua
3 / Elaeagnus multiflora—-Gumi Berry
2 / Elaeagnus pungens—-Evergreen Elaeagnus (fall blooming)
? / Hemerocallis—–Daylily
5 / Lilium formosanum—-Phillipine Lily
22 / Osmanthus fragrans forma aurantiacus—-Orange Osmanthus
13 / Osmanthus fortune—-Hollyleaf Tea Olive
4 / Osmanthus heterophyllus—-

Native Trees Table
10 / Acer barbatum—Southern Sugar Maple
5 / Chionanthus virginicus—-Grancy Greybeard or Fringe Tree
5 / Crataegus marshallii—-Parsley Haw
7 / Cyrilla racemiflora—-Cyrilla or TyTy or TiTi
5 / Lindera benzoin—–Spicebush
3 / Liriodendron tulipifera—-Tulip Poplar
5 / Magnolia ashei—-Ashe Magnolia
2 / Magnolia grandiflora—Southern Magnolia
2 / Magnolia macrophylla—Bigleaf Magnnolia (large size)
24 / Magnolia macrophylla—Bigleaf Magnolia (small size)
3 / Magnolia virginiana australis—Sweet Bay Magnolia
1 / Osmanthus americanus—-Native Sweet Olive or Devilwood
3 / Pinus palustris—Longleaf Pine
5 / Prunus caroliniana—-Cherry Laurel
7 / Ptelea trifoliate—-Hop Tree
3 / Quercus michawii—–Swamp Chestnut Oak
2 / Quercus virginiana—-Southern Live Oak
12 / Sassafras albidum—-Sassafras (very small seedlings)
3 / Juniperus virginiana—-Red Cedar
4 / Taxodium ascendens—-Pond Cypress
7 / Taxodium distichum—-Bald Cypress
2 / Vaccinium arboretum—Sparkleberry or Winter Tree Huckleberry

Ferns
30 / Athyrium filix-femina—–Lady Fern
10 / Onoclea sensibilis—-Sensitive or Bead Fern
8 / Osmunda cinnamomea—-Cinnamon Fern
20 / Polystichum acrostichoides—-Christmas Fern
4 / Woodwardia or Lorinseria areolata—-Netleaf Chain Fern

Shrubs and small trees
2 / Aesculus parviflora—White Bottlebrush Buckeye
4 / Aesculus pavia—-Red Buckeye (very small size)
32 / Calycanthus floridus—-Sweet Shrub
4 / Calycanthus floridus “Athens”
3 / Clethra alnifolia —- Summer Sweet “Ruby Spice”
3 / Euonymus americanus—-Strawberry Bush
18 / Hydrangea quercifolia—-Oakleaf Hydrangea
30 / Illicium floridanum—–Star Anise
4 / Ilex decidua—-“Finch’s Gold”
1 / Ilex decidua—-“Warrens Red”
3 / Ilex decidua—-“ Winter Red”
1 / Myrica (Morrella) cerifera—-Wax Myrtle and a Bracken Fern in pot
3 / Vaccinium ashei—-“Brightwell” Blueberry
3 / Viburnum nudum—-Possom Haw Viburnum

Native Azaleas Table
400 Native Azaleas from Ernest Koone

Louisiana Iris Table
Louisiana Irises from Bobbie Hutchens Plantation Point Nursery

Perennials—–Bog Plants—–Wet Area Plants
10 / Amsonia ludoviciana—-La. Blue Star
10 / Callirhoe papaver—–Wine Cups
4 / Silene subciiata—-La. Red Silene
5 / Aquilegia chrysantha hinckleyana—“Texas Gold” Columbine
3 / Violets “Confederate”
Crinium americanum—White Spider Lily
6 / Eutrochium fistulosum—-Joe Pye (late summer blooms)
Orontium aquaticum—-Bog Torch or Golden Clubs
10 / Pontederia cordata—-Pickeral Weed
10 / Sarracenia alata—Pitcher Plants
8 / Stokesia laevis—-Stokesia or Stokes Aster
3 / Thalia dealbata—Powdery Thalia
4-6 / Xyris iridifolia—-Xyris
8 / Iris Virginica—-Blue and also Cream White
3 / Pinus palustris—-Longleaf Pine.

And
Various others potted up from the Briarwood collection.
Various native plants from Willis Farm

 

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