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Annual Plant Distribution

2000

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Abelia ×grandiflora (Linneaceae)
glossy abelia
One of the icon plants of Southern gardens; evergreen shrub with white flowers, showy summer to fall.
Stake number: 2
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Abelia mosanensis (Linneaceae)
Mangsan abelia
Large-growing deciduous shrub 8' tall; red and white sweet-scented flowers, weigela-like, in spring.
Stake number: 1
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 24

Acer palmatum (Sapindaceae)
Japanese maple
Diverse foliage forms of seedlings from one of the most beloved small trees; the Arboretum's symbol.
Stake number: 3
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 107

Actinidia arguta (Actinidiaceae)
hardy kiwi
Twining vine; deciduous, glossy, dark-green foliage; reddish twigs; edible fruit on the female plants.
Stake number: 4

Amsonia hubrichtii (Apocynaceae)
Ozark blue-star
Herbaceous perennial of mounding form with fine-textured, narrow foliage displaying gold tints in fall.
Stake number: 5
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 42

Amsonia tabernaemontana var. tabernaemontana (Apocynaceae)
eastern blue-star
Mounding herbaceous perennial; pale blue attractive flowers in spring; drought-tolerant, tough.
Stake number: 6
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Aucuba japonica f. longifolia (Garryaceae)
narrowleaf Japanese aucuba
Shade-tolerant, evergreen shrub; green (not variegated) foliage; red berries w/ nearby males.
Stake number: 8
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Baptisia australis (Fabaceae)
blue wild-indigo
Herbaceous perennial; rich blue stately spikes of flowers above emerald-green, 3-parted foliage.
Stake number: 9
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Camellia sasanqua (Theaceae)
sasanqua camellia
A classically Southern evergreen shrub/small tree; autumn flowers pink or white, often single.
Stake number: 10
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 22

Ceanothus ×delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles' (Rhamnaceae)
French hybrid ceanothus
Deciduous shrub; rich, powder-blue flowers produced in summer to fall, set against dark green foliage.
Stake number: 11
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Cephalanthus occidentalis (Rubiaceae)
common buttonbush
Deciduous shrub with whitish-yellow flowers shaped like buttons,medium size shrub.
Stake number: 12
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Cephalotaxus harringtonia (Taxaceae)
Japanese plum-yew
Coniferous evergreen; heat, drought, shade, sun, heat and deer tolerant; nonetheless a rare plant.
Stake number: 13
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata' (Taxaceae)
upright Japanese plum-yew
A not-too-commonly seen evergreen; black-green foliage; deer- and heat-resistant.
Stake number: 14
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Cercis chinensis (Fabaceae)
Chinese redbud
Suckering deciduous shrubs 10'–12' tall; early spring rosy-purple flowers (darker than Cercis canadensis).
Stake number: 15
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 26

Cercis racemosa (Fabaceae)
chain-flowered redbud
Deciduous tree 15'–20'; pale lilac-pink flowers in pendulous racemes, like mini wisterias.
Stake number: 16
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 21

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo Nishiki' (Rosaceae)
flowering quince
Large deciduous shrub 8'–10' tall; striking coral-pink, white, combination flowers late winter to spring.
Stake number: 17
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 14

Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Rubicon' (Cupressaceae)
Atlantic white-cedar
Juvenile with tight, columnar form; soft blue-green foliage that turns plum-purple in winter.
Stake number: 18
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 13

Chionanthus retusus (Oleaceae)
Chinese fringe tree
Short deciduous tree; freely flowering white, fleecy spring flowers hiding glossy green foliage.
Stake number: 20
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 45

Cladrastis kentukea (Fabaceae)
American yellowwood
Deciduous tree 40' tall; compound foliage of dappled shade, brilliant fall yellow; white "pea" flowers.
Stake number: 21
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 12

Clethra alnifolia (Clethraceae)
summersweet clethra
Suckering, deciduous shrub; yellow fall foliage; white sweet-scented upright flowers in summer.
Stake number: 22
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Cryptomeria japonica (Cupressaceae)
Japanese-cedar
Popular evergreen coniferous tree; now widely used for screening and also as an upright specimen.
Stake number: 23
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 25

Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon' (Cupressaceae)
compact Japanese-cedar
Compact dense cultivar w/ irregular architectural form; bright green lvs age to dark black green.
Stake number: 24
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Cryptomeria japonica 'Dacrydioides' (Cupressaceae)
whipcord Japanese-cedar
Tree-form 10'–20'; gray-green foliage; rare whip-cord and tufted shoots; like Norfolk Island pine.
Stake number: 25

Cryptomeria japonica 'Giokumo' (Cupressaceae)
Japanese-cedar
Slow-growing plant with a dense, pyramidal form up to 8' tall; small, bright green foliage.
Stake number: 26

Cryptomeria japonica 'Lobbii' (Cupressaceae)
Japanese-cedar
Upright, architectural, tree-form evergreen; secondary branches in lumpy clusters; nice tree.
Stake number: 27

Cryptomeria japonica 'Nana Albospica' (Cupressaceae)
variegated Japanese-cedar
Dense, globose to upright form with shoot tips variegated and white.
Stake number: 28
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Cytisus 'Moonlight' (Fabaceae)
garden broom
Deciduous shrub; cream-yellow pea-like spring flowers smother branches; green twigs; persistent.
Stake number: 29
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Deutzia crenata 'Summer Snow' (Hydrangeaceae)
variegated deutzia
Low-medium deciduous shrub 2'–4' tall; med. green leaves, marked white, white flowers in late spring.
Stake number: 30
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Distylium racemosum 'Guppy' (Hamamelidaceae)
dwarf isu
Dwarf 3'; dense evergreen shrub; like witchhazel; inconspicuous red flowers; an overlooked shrub.
Stake number: 31
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Euonymus fortunei 'Greenlane' (Celastraceae)
wintercreeper euonymus
Evergreen, mounding 4'–6' tall; clean, green leaves; pink fruits and orange seeds; scale-resistant.
Stake number: 32

Euphorbia ×martinii (Euphorbiaceae)
wood spurge
Herb. Perennial with shrub-like form; sea-green foliage; reddish stems; yellow and red-dotted flowers.
Stake number: 33
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Gleditsia triacanthos (Fabaceae)
Tough, native deciduous tree; widely planted; consists of thorny or thornless seedlings.
Stake number: 34

Habranthus robustus (Amaryllidaceae)
rain-lily
Summer-flowering bulbous herbaceous perennial; rosy-pink flowers produced in abundance after summer rains.
Stake number: 35
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 10

Habranthus tubispathus var. tubispathus (Amaryllidaceae)
rain-lily
Summer-flowering bulbous herbaceous perennial; bears upright pink flowers profusely.
Stake number: 36

Helianthus (Perennial Border hybrid #2) (Asteraceae)
sunflower
Herbaceous perrenial sunflower that arose spontaneously; produces sunflowers summer to fall.
Stake number: 38
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 19

Helianthus maximilianii (Asteraceae)
Maximilian sunflower
Herbaceous perennial sunflower w/ flowers in spikes and leaves folded lengthwise; up to 10' tall.
Stake number: 37

Helianthus simulans (Asteraceae)
muck sunflower
Herbaceous perennial sunflower, tolerant of heavy, wet soils; yellow disk and ray flowers.
Stake number: 39

Helleborus ×hybridus (Ranunculaceae)
Lenten rose
Perennial that blooms in winter, needs shade.
Stake number: 40
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 130

Hibiscus (Malvaceae)
mallow
Big, bold, summer-blooming perennials; flowers red, pink, or white, sometimes with a red eye.
Stake number: 41
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 28

Hippeastrum (Amaryllidaceae)
garden amaryllis
Unidentified cultivars from among the plethora of garden amaryllis planted through the Arboretum.
Stake number: 42
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 24

Hosta 'Decorata' (Agavaceae)
hosta
Rhizomatous, medium-sized hosta (15"h x 42"w); leaves light green with thin white margins; a good ground cover.
Stake number: 43

Hosta 'Golden Tiara' (Agavaceae)
hosta
A "classic" hosta, the first small-sized cultivar with gold-margined leaves (first appeared in 1970s), now common.
Stake number: 44
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Hosta 'True Blue' (Agavaceae)
hosta
Blue-foliaged hosta forming large clumps (23"h by 52"w); almost-white flowers produced in early summer.
Stake number: 45

Ilex cornuta 'D'Or' (Aquifoliaceae)
yellow-berry Chinese holly
Rare form of the commonly seen Burford holly; an indestructible, tough evergreen shrub.
Stake number: 46
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 17

Ilex crenata (Aquifoliaceae)
Japanese holly
Commonly seen evergreen dense shrub; often used in foundation plantings; tough and dependable.
Stake number: 47
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Iris pseudacorus hybrid (Iridaceae)
yellow flag
Commonly grown water iris; bold-foliage contrasts with bright gold-yellow flowers; a vigorous grower.
Stake number: 48

Iris versicolor (Iridaceae)
northern blue flag
Commonly seen native iris, occurring on moist sites; flowers range from reddish-purple to blue-purple.
Stake number: 49
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Jasminum ×stephanense (Oleaceae)
pink jasmine
Vigorous, deciduous, twining vine; flowers pink, fragrant, but not overly showy.
Stake number: 50
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 9

Juniperus chinensis (Cupressaceae)
Chinese juniper
Widely cultivated plant valued for its dwarf, shrubby cultivars; outstanding tolerance to tough conditions.
Stake number: 51
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Juniperus chinensis [Japonica Group] 'Oblonga' (Cupressaceae)
Chinese juniper
Compact form of the widely planted and landscape-tough Chinese juniper; rich green evergreen leaves.
Stake number: 52

Juniperus communis (Cupressaceae)
common juniper
This is a columnar form of a variable species (often seen as a low-mound or ground cover form.
Stake number: 53
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Juniperus horizontalis 'Aunt Jemima' (Cupressaceae)
creeping juniper
Native to northern United States, but adaptable in South; ground cover evergreen, mat-forming; highly useful.
Stake number: 54

Juniperus pingii (Cupressaceae)
Ping's juniper
Rarely seen, semi-prostrate shrub or small 20' tree; adaptable plant w/ attractive pendulous branchlets.
Stake number: 55
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Juniperus thurifera 'Nana' (Cupressaceae)
dwarf incense juniper
Dwarf form of heat-tolerant juniper from Spain and n Africa; crushed foliage strongly scented.
Stake number: 56

Kalmia latifolia (Ericaceae)
mountain laurel
Native evergreen shrub with light pink flowers in late spring; prefers rich, humus soils.
Stake number: 57
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 34
Number of slides in J. C. Raulston's slide collection: 1

Lagerstroemia indica 'Carolina Beauty' (Lythraceae)
One of the classic cultivars; mildew susceptible, but of unmistakable rich dark-pink flower color.
Stake number: 58

Lagerstroemia indica 'Catawba' (Lythraceae)
One of the U.S. National Arboretum hybrids; medium size (15' tall) with dark purple flowers; mildew resistant.
Stake number: 59

Lagerstroemia indica 'Victor' (Lythraceae)
One of the U.S. National Arboretum hybrids; dwarf stature (3'–5' tall) with rich dark red flowers.
Stake number: 61

Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' (Lythraceae)
One of the U.S. National Arboretum hybrids; large-growing (21'+) with light lavender-pink flower.
Stake number: 60

Leycesteria formosa (Caprifoliaceae)
Himalayan honeysuckle
Deciduous shrub with cane-like growth habit; attractive "pagoda-like" flowers in spring.
Stake number: 62
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 11

Myrica heterophylla (Myricaceae)
Southern bayberry
Deciduous shrub; leaves and twig bayberry scented; an under appreciated native shrub.
Stake number: 64

Nandina domestica 'Harbour Dwarf' (Berberidaceae)
dwarf heavenly bamboo
A 24" tall, slowly creeping low evergreen shrub; foliage tinges reddish-purple in the winter months.
Stake number: 65
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Nyssa sinensis (Nyssaceae)
Chinese tupelo
Fast growing, adaptable tree with red-orange fall color; tolerant of heavy, clay soils.
Stake number: 66
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Philadelphus 'Natchez' (Hydrangeaceae)
mock-orange
Commonly planted deciduous shrub; large (1"–2") flowers, sweetly scented, produced in May.
Stake number: 67
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Photinia davidiana 'Palette' (Rosaceae)
Evergreen shrub with attractive white and pink-variegated leaves; occasional red leaves.
Stake number: 68

Physocarpus opulifolius (Rosaceae)
ninebark
Native, deciduous shrub; abundant white flowers, followed by reddish fruits; interesting shredded bark.
Stake number: 69

Platycladus orientalis 'Sanderi' (Cupressaceae)
dwarf oriental arborvitae
Dwarf, juvenile form of commonly grown species; blue-green in summer; purplish in winter.
Stake number: 70

Prunus laurocerasus 'Camelliifolia' (Rosaceae)
curly-leaf cherrylaurel
Interesting form of cherry laurel with contorted, twisted leaves.
Stake number: 71

Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken' (Rosaceae)
compact common cherrylaurel
Commonly grown evergreen shrub of dwarf stature (3'); foundation plant; white flowers in spring.
Stake number: 72
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Prunus mume (Rosaceae)
Japanese flowering apricot
Superb winter-flowering deciduous tree, 15'–20'; edible fruit.
Stake number: 73
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 64

Prunus 'Okame' (Rosaceae)
flowering cherry
Commonly seen tree with solid display of carmine-rose flowers in March; "lollipop" tree form.
Stake number: 74
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Prunus persica 'NCSU Dwarf Double Red' (Rosaceae)
dwarf flowering peach
A 3'–4' tall, ornamental peach with double, red flowers; comes true from seed; fruit not edible.
Stake number: 75
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 52

Prunus persica 'Pillar' (Rosaceae)
columnar flowering peach
An ornamental peach with upright growth habit; double flowers white or occasionally pink.
Stake number: 76

Pterocarya stenoptera (Juglandaceae)
Chinese wingnut
The fastest growing tree at the Arboretum; multi trunk plants with showy, pendulous small winged nuts.
Stake number: 77
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Quercus alba (Fagaceae)
white oak
A signature native tree, commonly seen in the eastern United States; fabulous as an open, field-grown specimen.
Stake number: 78
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 13

Quercus phillyreoides 'Emerald Sentinel' (Fagaceae)
columnar Ubame oak
Evergreen Japanese oak with upright growth habit; hardier than our native "live oak".
Stake number: 79
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Rhododendron latoucheae (Ericaceae)
Mrs. Wilson's rhododendron
Form R. wilsoniae; dense evergreen shrub with lavender pink flowers; heat tolerant.
Stake number: 80
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Robinia pseudoacacia (Fabaceae)
Common roadside plant valued for attractive white (wisteria-like) flowers; a somewhat weedy tree.
Stake number: 81
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Rohdea japonica (Convallariaceae)
sacred lily
Evergreen herbaceous perennial with lustrous, dark green, broad foliage; fully shade-tolerant.
Stake number: 82
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 13

Rubus biflorus (Rosaceae)
two-flower ghost bramble
Non vigorous Himalayan bramble, slowly spreading; canes covered in white wax, stunning in winter.
Stake number: 83

Rumex sanguineus var. sanguineus (Polygonaceae)
bloody dock
Hardy herbaceous perennial with bright red-veined leaves; leaves appear like "beet" foliage.
Stake number: 84
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Salix cinerea 'Tricolor' (Salicaceae)
variegated grey willow
Deciduous shrub with early spring catkins and creamy-yellow mottled foliage.
Stake number: 85
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Selaginella uncinata (Selaginellaceae)
peacock moss
One of the "fern allies" (not really a fern, but close enough); ground cover with blue-green foliage.
Stake number: 86
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Senna hebecarpa (Fabaceae)
American wild senna
Form Cassia hebecarpa; native perennial with showy yellow flowers in late summer; fabulous and underused.
Stake number: 87
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Sophora davidii (Fabaceae)
Father David's sophora
Deciduous shrub, semi-open, fine-textured form; attractive faint blue-white pea flowers in spring.
Stake number: 88
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 21

Spiraea salicifolia (Rosaceae)
bridewort
Suckering deciduous shrub, with attractive pink, pyramidal inflorescence; unknown "un-spirea-like" native.
Stake number: 89
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Symphoricarpos ×chenaultii (Caprifoliaceae)
Chenault coralberry
Spreading, arching shrub (3'–6' tall); autumn fruit, reddish-pink (sun side) and white (shady side).
Stake number: 90

Symphyotrichum ericoides 'Schneegitter' (Asteraceae)
white heath aster
Dwarf 4"–6" tall ground cover perennial with pure white flowers in autumn.
Stake number: 7
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Ternstroemia gymnanthera (Pentaphylaceae)
false Japanese cleyera
Attractive evergreen shrub for sun with exceedingly glossy foliage; bronze-colored new growth.
Stake number: 91
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Thuja 'Green Giant' (Cupressaceae)
arborvitae
New, hybrid arborvitae; a Leyland cypress replacement; 30' tall, fast growing, medium-green color; great plant.
Stake number: 92
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Thuja occidentalis 'Asplenifolia' (Cupressaceae)
American arborvitae
Narrow, ascending form on full-sized arborvitae; branch tips semi-pendulous.
Stake number: 93

Thuja occidentalis 'Sherwood Moss' (Cupressaceae)
dwarf American arborvitae
Dense, dwarf cone (4' tall); soft foliage, turning bronze in winter.
Stake number: 94
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd' (Cupressaceae)
Emerald American arborvitae
Dense, conical form, to 10'–15' tall x 3'–4' wide; excellent plant in southern landscapes.
Stake number: 95
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Vernonia arkansana (Asteraceae)
Arkansas ironweed
Perennial herb with attractive dark green foliage, gray-glaucous beneath; violet purple summer flowers.
Stake number: 96

Viburnum dilatatum 'Erie' (Adoxaceae)
linden viburnum
Deciduous shrub (to 6'); nice dark green foliage; white flowers give rise to prolific red fruits fall-winter.
Stake number: 97
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Zephyranthes (Sunset Strain) (Amaryllidaceae)
sunset rain-lily
One of the many fabulous summer-flowering selections of rain-lily, this one with coppery-pink flowers.
Stake number: 98
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Abelia ×grandifloraglossy abelia (Stake number: 2)
Abelia mosanensisMangsan abelia (Stake number: 1)
Acer palmatumJapanese maple (Stake number: 3)
Actinidia argutahardy kiwi (Stake number: 4)
Amsonia hubrichtiiOzark blue-star (Stake number: 5)
Amsonia tabernaemontana var. tabernaemontanaeastern blue-star (Stake number: 6)
Aucuba japonica f. longifolianarrowleaf Japanese aucuba (Stake number: 8)
Baptisia australisblue wild-indigo (Stake number: 9)
Camellia sasanquasasanqua camellia (Stake number: 10)
Ceanothus ×delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles'French hybrid ceanothus (Stake number: 11)
Cephalanthus occidentaliscommon buttonbush (Stake number: 12)
Cephalotaxus harringtoniaJapanese plum-yew (Stake number: 13)
Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata'upright Japanese plum-yew (Stake number: 14)
Cercis chinensisChinese redbud (Stake number: 15)
Cercis racemosachain-flowered redbud (Stake number: 16)
Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo Nishiki'flowering quince (Stake number: 17)
Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Rubicon'Atlantic white-cedar (Stake number: 18)
Chionanthus retususChinese fringe tree (Stake number: 20)
Cladrastis kentukeaAmerican yellowwood (Stake number: 21)
Clethra alnifoliasummersweet clethra (Stake number: 22)
Cryptomeria japonicaJapanese-cedar (Stake number: 23)
Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon'compact Japanese-cedar (Stake number: 24)
Cryptomeria japonica 'Dacrydioides'whipcord Japanese-cedar (Stake number: 25)
Cryptomeria japonica 'Giokumo'Japanese-cedar (Stake number: 26)
Cryptomeria japonica 'Lobbii'Japanese-cedar (Stake number: 27)
Cryptomeria japonica 'Nana Albospica'variegated Japanese-cedar (Stake number: 28)
Cytisus 'Moonlight'garden broom (Stake number: 29)
Deutzia crenata 'Summer Snow'variegated deutzia (Stake number: 30)
Distylium racemosum 'Guppy'dwarf isu (Stake number: 31)
Euonymus fortunei 'Greenlane'wintercreeper euonymus (Stake number: 32)
Euphorbia ×martiniiwood spurge (Stake number: 33)
Gleditsia triacanthos (Stake number: 34)
Habranthus robustusrain-lily (Stake number: 35)
Habranthus tubispathus var. tubispathusrain-lily (Stake number: 36)
Helianthus (Perennial Border hybrid #2)sunflower (Stake number: 38)
Helianthus maximilianiiMaximilian sunflower (Stake number: 37)
Helianthus simulansmuck sunflower (Stake number: 39)
Helleborus ×hybridusLenten rose (Stake number: 40)
Hibiscusmallow (Stake number: 41)
Hippeastrumgarden amaryllis (Stake number: 42)
Hosta 'Decorata'hosta (Stake number: 43)
Hosta 'Golden Tiara'hosta (Stake number: 44)
Hosta 'True Blue'hosta (Stake number: 45)
Ilex cornuta 'D'Or'yellow-berry Chinese holly (Stake number: 46)
Ilex crenataJapanese holly (Stake number: 47)
Iris pseudacorus hybridyellow flag (Stake number: 48)
Iris versicolornorthern blue flag (Stake number: 49)
Jasminum ×stephanensepink jasmine (Stake number: 50)
Juniperus chinensisChinese juniper (Stake number: 51)
Juniperus chinensis [Japonica Group] 'Oblonga'Chinese juniper (Stake number: 52)
Juniperus communiscommon juniper (Stake number: 53)
Juniperus horizontalis 'Aunt Jemima'creeping juniper (Stake number: 54)
Juniperus pingiiPing's juniper (Stake number: 55)
Juniperus thurifera 'Nana'dwarf incense juniper (Stake number: 56)
Kalmia latifoliamountain laurel (Stake number: 57)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Carolina Beauty' (Stake number: 58)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Catawba' (Stake number: 59)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Victor' (Stake number: 61)
Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' (Stake number: 60)
Leycesteria formosaHimalayan honeysuckle (Stake number: 62)
Myrica heterophyllaSouthern bayberry (Stake number: 64)
Nandina domestica 'Harbour Dwarf'dwarf heavenly bamboo (Stake number: 65)
Nyssa sinensisChinese tupelo (Stake number: 66)
Philadelphus 'Natchez'mock-orange (Stake number: 67)
Photinia davidiana 'Palette' (Stake number: 68)
Physocarpus opulifoliusninebark (Stake number: 69)
Platycladus orientalis 'Sanderi'dwarf oriental arborvitae (Stake number: 70)
Prunus laurocerasus 'Camelliifolia'curly-leaf cherrylaurel (Stake number: 71)
Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken'compact common cherrylaurel (Stake number: 72)
Prunus mumeJapanese flowering apricot (Stake number: 73)
Prunus 'Okame'flowering cherry (Stake number: 74)
Prunus persica 'NCSU Dwarf Double Red'dwarf flowering peach (Stake number: 75)
Prunus persica 'Pillar'columnar flowering peach (Stake number: 76)
Pterocarya stenopteraChinese wingnut (Stake number: 77)
Quercus albawhite oak (Stake number: 78)
Quercus phillyreoides 'Emerald Sentinel'columnar Ubame oak (Stake number: 79)
Rhododendron latoucheaeMrs. Wilson's rhododendron (Stake number: 80)
Robinia pseudoacacia (Stake number: 81)
Rohdea japonicasacred lily (Stake number: 82)
Rubus biflorustwo-flower ghost bramble (Stake number: 83)
Rumex sanguineus var. sanguineusbloody dock (Stake number: 84)
Salix cinerea 'Tricolor'variegated grey willow (Stake number: 85)
Selaginella uncinatapeacock moss (Stake number: 86)
Senna hebecarpaAmerican wild senna (Stake number: 87)
Sophora davidiiFather David's sophora (Stake number: 88)
Spiraea salicifoliabridewort (Stake number: 89)
Symphoricarpos ×chenaultiiChenault coralberry (Stake number: 90)
Symphyotrichum ericoides 'Schneegitter'white heath aster (Stake number: 7)
Ternstroemia gymnantherafalse Japanese cleyera (Stake number: 91)
Thuja 'Green Giant'arborvitae (Stake number: 92)
Thuja occidentalis 'Asplenifolia'American arborvitae (Stake number: 93)
Thuja occidentalis 'Sherwood Moss'dwarf American arborvitae (Stake number: 94)
Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'Emerald American arborvitae (Stake number: 95)
Vernonia arkansanaArkansas ironweed (Stake number: 96)
Viburnum dilatatum 'Erie'linden viburnum (Stake number: 97)
Zephyranthes (Sunset Strain)sunset rain-lily (Stake number: 98)

Procedures—Please Read

Welcome to the JC Raulston Arboretum's Friends of the Arboretum Annual Plant Distribution. The JCRA staff has worked hard to provide you with an interesting selection of plants for this year's giveaway. We hope they bring you pleasure and satisfaction. Let us know how they perform. In order to give all of our participants equal opportunity to acquire the plants they prefer, we instituted a few changes in 2006 and we'll use them again this year. Please read the following procedures below.

1. Position yourself outside of the plant giveaway blocks. When getting plants in the following steps, please remember that you are limited to only one plant of any type during the entire giveaway.

2. After the horn blows, all participants may proceed into the plant blocks and choose 3 different plants. After a few minutes, you will be asked to exit the plant blocks and to reposition yourself for the next round.

3. After all participants have returned to outside of the giveaway blocks, the horn will blow again. At this time, all participants may again return to the plant blocks and choose 3 additional different plants. After a few minutes, you will be asked to exit the plant blocks and to reposition yourself for the next round. You should now have only 6 different plants in your possession.

4. The horn will blow again, and participants may again proceed to the plant blocks and choose 3 additional different plants. After a few minutes, you will be asked to exit the plant blocks and to reposition yourself for the next round. You should now have 9 different plants.

5. The horn will blow for the fourth and final time. You may now grab as many plants as you wish at this point, remembering that you are limited to only one plant of any type. Please respect your fellow members at all times.

Most of the plants in today’s Annual Plant Distribution were grown specifically for this event at a considerable cost to the Arboretum. We ask for your consideration in making a contribution to help defray the expenses associated with this program. Donation boxes are located on the registration tables. Thank you very much.

Ted Bilderback, Director

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