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Annual Plant Distribution

2001

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Acer palmatum (Sapindaceae)
Japanese maple
Diverse foliage forms of seedlings from one of the most beloved small trees; JCRA's symbol.
Stake number: 1
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 107

Adina chinensis (Rubiaceae)
Sputnik plant
Sprawling deciduous shrub. Star-like flowers and glossy leaves. Full sun or part shade. Easily hedged.
Stake number: 2

Allium senescens var. calcareum (Alliaceae)
German garlic
Bulb that blooms in summer-autumn with lilac umbels. Sun.
Stake number: 3

Alnus glutinosa 'Imperialis' (Betulaceae)
royal alder
Superb foliage on this deciduous tree, tolerant of wet and nutrient poor soils. Sun.
Stake number: 4

Ampelaster carolinianus (Asteraceae)
climbing aster
Native, vining aster with lavender flowers in fall. Produces woody stems that do not die back. Sun.
Stake number: 10
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 28

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

Aquilegia hirsutissima (Ranunculaceae)
Herbaceous perennial for shade. Blooms in spring.
Stake number: 6

Aronia ×prunifolia 'Brilliant' (Rosaceae)
purple chokeberry
Upright, multi-stemmed, native shrub with scarlet fall color and large red berries in winter.
Stake number: 7

Asarum splendens (Aristolochiaceae)
Chinese wild-ginger
Vigorous evergreen ground cover. Mottled leaves and large dark purple, lurid flowers. Shade
Stake number: 8
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 10

Berberis thunbergii 'Kelleriis' (Berberidaceae)
Japanese barberry
Compact 4' x 5' shrub. Green foliage speckled white. Best in full sun. Good thorny barrier.
Stake number: 11
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty' (Bignoniaceae)
crossvine
Vigorous woody vine. Flowers are a bright deep-orange. Sun.
Stake number: 12
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Camellia sasanqua 'Cleopatra' (Theaceae)
sasanqua camellia
A vigorous fall bloomer with semi-double pink blooms. Evergreen shrub to small tree.
Stake number: 13
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Camellia ×vernalis 'Hiryű' (Theaceae)
hybrid camellia
Crimson-red, single to semi-double flowers. Shade. Evergreen shrub to small tree.
Stake number: 14
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Cercis siliquastrum (Fabaceae)
Judas tree
Pale rose or magenta flowers; wide dark green leaves; flowers and leaves can be present at same time.
Stake number: 15
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 8
Number of slides in J. C. Raulston's slide collection: 4

Chaenomeles japonica 'Pygmaea' (Rosaceae)
dwarf Japanese flowering quince
Low, spreading, cold-hardy shrub. Bright red-orange blooms followed by fragrant yellow fruits.
Stake number: 16
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Tetragona Aurea' (Cupressaceae)
golden fernspray Hinoki falsecypress
Pyramidal evergreen with new yellow foliage in summer. Best in full sun.
Stake number: 17
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Snow' (Cupressaceae)
variegated dwarf Sawara falsecypress
Dwarf shrub with rounded habit. Blue-grey foliage is tipped white. Tends to burn in full sun.
Stake number: 19

Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Squarrosa Intermedia' (Cupressaceae)
moss Sawara falsecypress
Evergreen tree with pyramidal habit. Pretty peeling bark. Sun.
Stake number: 18
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Clematis tibetana (Ranunculaceae)
Tibetan clematis
Perennial vine. Finely cut bluish foliage. Yellow, Japanese-lantern-like flowers in summer.
Stake number: 20

Cornus stolonifera 'Cardinal' (Cornaceae)
red-osier dogwood
Rounded broad-spreading shrub with red stems. Great plant for winter interest.
Stake number: 21
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' (Cornaceae)
dwarf red-osier dogwood
Low-growing compact plant, 2' tall. Spreads by underground stems. Sun to part–shade.
Stake number: 22

Cotinus obovatus (Anacardiaceae)
American smoketree
Large upright deciduous shrub. Fantastic fall color from yellow to orange to red-maroon.
Stake number: 23

Deschampsia caespitosa (Poaceae)
tufted hair grass
Pleated foliage. Plant does well in moist spots. Flowers in spring from yellow to purple.
Stake number: 24

Elaeocarpus sylvestris (Elaeocarpaceae)
false blueberry
Broadleaf evergreen shrub. Sun and shade. Somewhat tender, best in eastern North Carolina or protected areas.
Stake number: 25
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Elymus racemosa (Poaceae)
Volga wild rye
Blue blades; ornamental grass for dry rocky areas and along the coast; vigorous spreading habit.
Stake number: 26
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Eryngium planum (Apiaceae)
flat sea holly
Perennial with spineless heart-shaped leaves and silver-blue flowers. Performs well in the South.
Stake number: 27
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Eryngium serra (Apiaceae)
sharp sea holly
Perennial plant with spiny sword-shaped leaves. White flowers in fall. Full sun and dry soils.
Stake number: 28
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Eucomis comosa (Hyacinthaceae)
pineapple-lily
Perennial with wide green, strap leaves with purple spots on underleaf. White blooms in summer.
Stake number: 29
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Euonymus bungeanus (Celastraceae)
winterberry euonymus
Small tree with attractive bark and bright pink fruits in summer to fall. Pink-yellow fall color.
Stake number: 30
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 8

Euonymus phellomanus (Celastraceae)
Chinese winged euonymus
Deciduous shrub, 10' or more eventually, with corky twigs in winter. Sun to part–shade.
Stake number: 31

Euphorbia ×martinii (Euphorbiaceae)
wood spurge
Perennial herb with shrub-like form; sea-green foliage; reddish stems; yellow and red-dotted flowers. Sun.
Stake number: 32
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Exochorda giraldii (Rosaceae)
redbud pearlbush
Upright floppy shrub with white flowers in March/April. Likes hot dry summers. Sun to part–sun.
Stake number: 33

Forsythia 'Tremonia' (Oleaceae)
Deciduous shrub with yellow spring flowers. Sun
Stake number: 34

Gardenia jasminoides (Rubiaceae)
Cape jessamine
Evergreen medium-sized shrub; hardy; fragrant white flowers. Attractive, curious, orange fruits.
Stake number: 35
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 26

Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgoaceae)
maidenhair tree
Large deciduous tree; yellow fall color; seedlings from the Arboretum's tree in the Japanese Garden, Zone 4–8.
Stake number: 36
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 37

Hamamelis ×intermedia 'Jelena' (Hamamelidaceae)
copper-flowered common witchhazel
Winter blooming large shrub; copper-orange fragrant flowers.
Stake number: 37
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 81

Hemerocallis (Hemerocallidaceae)
daylily
Tough herbaceous perennial for sunny areas.
Stake number: 38
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 82

Hesperaloe funifera (Agavaceae)
false yucca
Evergreen clumping perennial; leaves with white margins, flowers green tinged with purple; full sun.
Stake number: 39
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Hibiscus 'Moy Grande' (Malvaceae)
rose mallow
Herbaceous perennial with huge, deep red flowers. Sun.
Stake number: 40
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Nikko Blue' (Hydrangeaceae)
bigleaf hydrangea
Large, round, blue inflorescence. 6' deciduous shrub.
Stake number: 41

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Otaksa' (Hydrangeaceae)
French hydrangea
Old Chinese cultivar with mophead flowers, varying from pink to blue. Part-sun to part–shade.
Stake number: 42
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Hydrangea serrata f. acuminata (Hydrangeaceae)
narrowleaf mountain hydrangea
Newly introduced species. Greater cold hardiness. Lace-cap flowers. Sun to part–shade.
Stake number: 43

Ilex 'Carolina Sentinel' (Aquifoliaceae)
NCSU hybrid evergreen holly
Evergreen holly with pyramidal habit and red fruit. JCRA Selections winner. Proven performer and "Nellie" alternative.
Stake number: 44
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Ilex ×koehneana 'Wirt L. Winn' (Aquifoliaceae)
Koehne holly
Superb evergreen holly that is as good as the commonly-grown 'Nellie R. Stevens'. Sun to part–sun.
Stake number: 46
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Ilex 'Lydia Morris' (Aquifoliaceae)
evergreen holly
Evergreen upright pyramidal holly to 12', red berries. An "oldie but goodie."
Stake number: 45

Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother' (Iridaceae)
Siberian iris
Clumping herbaceous perennial. Beautiful, deep purple flowers. Sun.
Stake number: 47
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Iris virginica 'Contraband Girl' (Iridaceae)
southern blue flag
A native water iris. Vigorous selection with larger blue purple flowers and purple-tinged leaves in spring.
Stake number: 48
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka' (Cupressaceae)
Hollywood juniper
Evergreen tree or shrub with upright habit. Slight twisting of branches. Best in full sun.
Stake number: 49
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 3

Juniperus conferta 'Silver Mist' (Cupressaceae)
silver shore juniper
Low growing juniper to 16" high. Unusual for its outstanding silver-blue color foliage. Sun.
Stake number: 50
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Juniperus virginiana var. silicicola 'Brodie' (Cupressaceae)
Southern redcedar
Columnar conifer with bright-green foliage. Salt tolerant. An underutilized native. Sun.
Stake number: 51

Lagerstroemia fauriei (Lythraceae)
Japanese crepe myrtle
Deciduous, vigorous medium-size tree; copper-red bark; white flowers. Sun to part–sun.
Stake number: 53
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 132

Lagerstroemia indica 'Christiana' (Lythraceae)
Red flowers with yellow stamens in summer. Small to medium sized shrub. Sun.
Stake number: 54

Lagerstroemia indica 'Diane' (Lythraceae)
One of the hybrid crepe myrtles. A vigorous grower (>20' tall) with lavender-pink flowers in summer.
Stake number: 52

Lagerstroemia indica 'Firebird' (Lythraceae)
Vivid, rose-pink flowers on medium-sized tree over 10' tall.
Stake number: 55

Lagerstroemia indica 'Glendora White' (Lythraceae)
Snow white flowers on a large-statured crepe myrtle, 25' tall by 20' wide.
Stake number: 56

Lagerstroemia indica 'June Marie' (Lythraceae)
Lavender-pink flowers in summer. Best in full sun. A vigorous grower, probably reaching 15'–20' tall.
Stake number: 57

Lagerstroemia indica 'Majestic Orchid' (Lythraceae)
A cultivar with vivid orchid-pink flowers on a 20' by 15' tree.
Stake number: 58

Lagerstroemia indica 'Petite Orchid' (Lythraceae)
Dwarf, upright cultivar to 5' tall. Dark orchid blooms in summer.
Stake number: 59

Lagerstroemia indica 'Pink Lace' (Lythraceae)
Medium sized shrub to 10'–12' tall. Clear pink flowers produced throughout summer.
Stake number: 60

Lagerstroemia indica 'Seminole' (Lythraceae)
Nice medium-sized cultivar, growing 8'–12' tall by 6' wide with rich pink flowers.
Stake number: 61

Lagerstroemia indica 'Twilight' (Lythraceae)
Large shrub or small tree with dark purple flowers in summer.
Stake number: 62

Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' (Lythraceae)
A U.S. National Arboretum hybrid forming a large-growing (21'+) tree with light lavender-pink flowers.
Stake number: 63

Lagerstroemia subcostata (Lythraceae)
white-barked crepe myrtle
Deciduous tree with white flowers in summer and exquisite ivory-skinned bark. Sun.
Stake number: 64
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Leycesteria formosa (Caprifoliaceae)
Himalayan honeysuckle
Deciduous shrub with cane-like growth. Attractive "pagoda-like" flowers. Part-shade to shade.
Stake number: 65
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 11

Ligustrum japonicum 'Silver Stars' (Oleaceae)
variegated Japanese privet
Variegated evergreen shrub with moderate growth rate. Sun to part–sun.
Stake number: 66
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Liriope kansuensis (Asparagaceae)
Gansu lily-turf
Evergreen clumping ground cover, similar to Liriope muscari. Potentially much hardier. Sun to shade
Stake number: 67
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Lobelia siphilitica (Campanulaceae)
big blue lobelia
Herbaceous perennial with blue flowers. Needs abundant moisture to thrive.
Stake number: 69
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Lonicera alseuosmoides (Caprifoliaceae)
fragrant grove honeysuckle
Evergreen vine with dark lustrous leaves and yellow flowers.
Stake number: 70

Lonicera sempervirens 'Magnifica' (Caprifoliaceae)
trumpet honeysuckle
Twining, deciduous vine with bright red flowers, produced through the year. Red berries in fall.
Stake number: 71
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Nandina domestica 'Aurea' (Berberidaceae)
yellow-berry heavenly bamboo
Evergreen shrub with yellow fruits and yellow-tinged foliage.
Stake number: 72
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Nolina arenicola (Asparagaceae)
sand bear-grass
Evergreen relative of yuccas and agaves. Narrow foliage and clusters of tiny white flowers. Sun.
Stake number: 73

Osmanthus fragrans f. aurantiacus 'Conger Yellow' (Oleaceae)
yellow sweet-olive
Variation on a theme. Yellow-flowering form of classic southern evergreen shrub. Sun to part–sun.
Stake number: 74
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Osmunda cinnamomea (Osmundaceae)
cinnamon fern
Hardy fern for shade. Spore-bearing fronds appear in rich, handsome, cinnamon tints.
Stake number: 75
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Pachysandra stylosa (Buxaceae)
Chinese pachysandra
New evergreen ground cover with attractive foliage and fast growth rate. Part-shade to shade.
Stake number: 76
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Phellodendron amurense (Rutaceae)
Amur corktree
Medium-sized tree (up to 35' for us). Attractive corky bark, black fruit and clear yellow fall color.
Stake number: 77
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 6

Phlomis tuberosa (Lamiaceae)
tuberous Jerusalem sage
Herbaceous perennial with pubescent foliage and purple or pink flowers in summer.
Stake number: 78
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Pieris japonica (Ericaceae)
Japanese andromeda
Broadleaf evergreen shrub; white urn-shaped flowers in spring. Shade recommended.
Stake number: 79
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Pinellia tripartita (Araceae)
false dragon
Herbaceous perennial with three basal leaves and purple spathe. Best in shade.
Stake number: 80
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 5

Pistacia chinensis (Anacardiaceae)
Chinese pistache
Medium-sized oval to round deciduous tree. Brilliant orange to orange-red fall color.
Stake number: 81
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 7

Pittosporum heterophyllum (Pittosporaceae)
Chinese pittosporum
Evergreen mounding to screening shrub with fragrant yellow flowers. Hardy at least(!) to Zone 7.
Stake number: 82
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon' (Rutaceae)
contorted hardy orange
A hardy citrus of contorted habit with fragrant white flowers. Sun to light shade. Very sour fruit.
Stake number: 83
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 46

Potentilla fruticosa 'Maanelys' (Rosaceae)
Moonlight shrubby cinquefoil
Small dense shrub of rounded habit with soft yellow flowers, persisting from June to frost. Full sun.
Stake number: 84
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Prunus persica 'NCSU Dwarf Double Red' (Rosaceae)
dwarf flowering peach
3'–5' tall ornamental peach with double, red flowers. Comes true from seed. Fruit not edible.
Stake number: 85
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 52

Prunus persica (seedlings from Corinthian series) (Rosaceae)
columnar flowering peach
Green and red-leaved seedlings. Columnar shaped trees. Best in full sun.
Stake number: 86

Pterocarya tonkinensis (Juglandaceae)
Tonkin wingnut
Deciduous tree with very rapid growth, nice foliage and hanging chains of tiny winged nuts. Sun.
Stake number: 87
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 11

Rhododendron 'Fred D. Cochran' (Ericaceae)
Carla hybrid azalea
Red azalea with superior resistance to root rot. An NC State University introduction. Named for Professor Emeritus.
Stake number: 88
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Rohdea japonica (Convallariaceae)
sacred lily
Evergreen herbaceous perennial with lustrous, dark green leaves and red berries. Shade-tolerant.
Stake number: 89
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 13

Rosa 'Meipotal' (Rosaceae)
Carefree Delight™ shrub rose
Shrub of low, mounding habit with dark glossy foliage. Single, deep pink flowers, produced abundantly.
Stake number: 90

Rosa ×odorata 'Mutabilis' (Rosaceae)
Seven-sisters Rose
Shrub with single, fragrant flowers changing from yellow-orange to salmon pink to deep pink.
Stake number: 91
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 1

Rudbeckia triloba (Asteraceae)
three-lobed coneflower
Biennial to short-lived perennial with small yellow flowers, raised black central discs. Sun.
Stake number: 92
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 17

Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki' (Salicaceae)
variegated willow
Medium sized tree with electric lime green new growth in spring. Best in full sun to part shade.
Stake number: 93
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Sapindus mukorossi (Sapindaceae)
Chinese soapberry
Medium-sized shade tree. Leaves turn yellow-gold in fall. Translucent orange-brown fruits.
Stake number: 94
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Sarcococca ruscifolia (Buxaceae)
fragrant sweet box
Small, slow-growing evergreen shrub with fragrant white flowers and dark red berries.
Stake number: 95
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 8

Saxifraga stolonifera 'Maroon Beauty' (Saxifragaceae)
strawberry geranium
Ground cover for shade. Silver foliage with maroon veins. Unusual white flowers in summer.
Stake number: 96
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Sedum spurium 'John Creech' (Crassulaceae)
Caucasian stonecrop
Low-growing, mat-like sedum with thick bronze discs for leaves. Full sun and good drainage recommended.
Stake number: 97

Sedum tetractinum (Crassulaceae)
Chinese sedum
Ground cover forming dense mat with neat round leaves, turning bronze-purple in fall. Sun to part-sun.
Stake number: 98
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Silene dioica (Caryophyllaceae)
red campion
Perennial with erect flowering stalks displaying rosy-pink to red flowers in late spring.
Stake number: 99

Silphium perfoliatum (Asteraceae)
cup plant
Large herbaceous perennial with sturdy stalks bearing yellow, daisy-like blooms in late summer.
Stake number: 100
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Spiraea media (Rosaceae)
Russian spirea
Deciduous shrub of erect habit with white flowers and dark green serrated leaves. Best in full sun.
Stake number: 102

Stipa extremiorientalis (Poaceae)
eastern feather grass
3'–4' tall, showy, plume-like flowers on this ornamental grass. Best in sunny, well-drained sites.
Stake number: 103

Stipa splendens (Poaceae)
chee grass
Perennial grass with showy flowers, purple and white in summer. Best in well-drained, full sun sites.
Stake number: 104

Stokesia laevis (Asteraceae)
Stokes' aster
Native perennial with dark evergreen leaves and bright blue flowers.
Stake number: 105
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Styrax japonicus 'Snowfall' (Styracaceae)
Japanese snowbell
New snowbell of dense, rounded form, with prolific white flowers in spring. Found on the NC State University campus.
Stake number: 106
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Tamarix ramosissima (Tamaricaceae)
tamarisk
Loose open shrub with fine-textured foliage. Rosy-pink blooms in summer. Full sun. Tolerates poor soils.
Stake number: 107
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Taxus wallichiana var. chinensis (Taxaceae)
Chinese yew
Evergreen shrub with handsome needles and red-brown bark. Best adapted yew for the South.
Stake number: 108
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison' (Apocynaceae)
hardy Confederate jessamine
Evergreen vine with fragrant flowers. A more cold hardy cultivar. Sun to shade, Zone 7.
Stake number: 109

Verbena macdougallii (Verbenaceae)
verbena
Herbaceous perennial vwith salvia-like, purple bloom stalks. Flowers over a long period.
Stake number: 110

Vitex rotundifolia (Lamiaceae)
beach vitex
Deciduous ground cover, highly salt and drought tolerant. Round, silver leaves and soft purple flowers.
Stake number: 111
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 4

Widdringtonia nodiflora(maybe Platycladus orientalis) (Cupressaceae)
African mountain cedar
Tree or shrub with conical habit. Blue-green leaves and cones. Best in full sun.
Stake number: 68
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 2

Xanthorhiza simplicissima (Ranunculaceae)
yellowroot
Tall ground cover, to 2'–3' tall. Dense thicket with good yellow-orange fall color. Does well in moist areas.
Stake number: 112
Number of photographs in the photograph collection: 8

Acer palmatumJapanese maple (Stake number: 1)
Adina chinensisSputnik plant (Stake number: 2)
Allium senescens var. calcareumGerman garlic (Stake number: 3)
Alnus glutinosa 'Imperialis'royal alder (Stake number: 4)
Ampelaster carolinianusclimbing aster (Stake number: 10)
Amsonia hubrichtiiOzark blue-star (Stake number: 5)
Aquilegia hirsutissima (Stake number: 6)
Aronia ×prunifolia 'Brilliant'purple chokeberry (Stake number: 7)
Asarum splendensChinese wild-ginger (Stake number: 8)
Berberis thunbergii 'Kelleriis'Japanese barberry (Stake number: 11)
Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty'crossvine (Stake number: 12)
Camellia sasanqua 'Cleopatra'sasanqua camellia (Stake number: 13)
Camellia ×vernalis 'Hiryű'hybrid camellia (Stake number: 14)
Cercis siliquastrumJudas tree (Stake number: 15)
Chaenomeles japonica 'Pygmaea'dwarf Japanese flowering quince (Stake number: 16)
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Tetragona Aurea'golden fernspray Hinoki falsecypress (Stake number: 17)
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Snow'variegated dwarf Sawara falsecypress (Stake number: 19)
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Squarrosa Intermedia'moss Sawara falsecypress (Stake number: 18)
Clematis tibetanaTibetan clematis (Stake number: 20)
Cornus stolonifera 'Cardinal'red-osier dogwood (Stake number: 21)
Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi'dwarf red-osier dogwood (Stake number: 22)
Cotinus obovatusAmerican smoketree (Stake number: 23)
Deschampsia caespitosatufted hair grass (Stake number: 24)
Elaeocarpus sylvestrisfalse blueberry (Stake number: 25)
Elymus racemosaVolga wild rye (Stake number: 26)
Eryngium planumflat sea holly (Stake number: 27)
Eryngium serrasharp sea holly (Stake number: 28)
Eucomis comosapineapple-lily (Stake number: 29)
Euonymus bungeanuswinterberry euonymus (Stake number: 30)
Euonymus phellomanusChinese winged euonymus (Stake number: 31)
Euphorbia ×martiniiwood spurge (Stake number: 32)
Exochorda giraldiiredbud pearlbush (Stake number: 33)
Forsythia 'Tremonia' (Stake number: 34)
Gardenia jasminoidesCape jessamine (Stake number: 35)
Ginkgo bilobamaidenhair tree (Stake number: 36)
Hamamelis ×intermedia 'Jelena'copper-flowered common witchhazel (Stake number: 37)
Hemerocallisdaylily (Stake number: 38)
Hesperaloe funiferafalse yucca (Stake number: 39)
Hibiscus 'Moy Grande'rose mallow (Stake number: 40)
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Nikko Blue'bigleaf hydrangea (Stake number: 41)
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Otaksa'French hydrangea (Stake number: 42)
Hydrangea serrata f. acuminatanarrowleaf mountain hydrangea (Stake number: 43)
Ilex 'Carolina Sentinel'NCSU hybrid evergreen holly (Stake number: 44)
Ilex ×koehneana 'Wirt L. Winn'Koehne holly (Stake number: 46)
Ilex 'Lydia Morris'evergreen holly (Stake number: 45)
Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother'Siberian iris (Stake number: 47)
Iris virginica 'Contraband Girl'southern blue flag (Stake number: 48)
Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka'Hollywood juniper (Stake number: 49)
Juniperus conferta 'Silver Mist'silver shore juniper (Stake number: 50)
Juniperus virginiana var. silicicola 'Brodie'Southern redcedar (Stake number: 51)
Lagerstroemia faurieiJapanese crepe myrtle (Stake number: 53)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Christiana' (Stake number: 54)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Diane' (Stake number: 52)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Firebird' (Stake number: 55)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Glendora White' (Stake number: 56)
Lagerstroemia indica 'June Marie' (Stake number: 57)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Majestic Orchid' (Stake number: 58)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Petite Orchid' (Stake number: 59)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Pink Lace' (Stake number: 60)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Seminole' (Stake number: 61)
Lagerstroemia indica 'Twilight' (Stake number: 62)
Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' (Stake number: 63)
Lagerstroemia subcostatawhite-barked crepe myrtle (Stake number: 64)
Leycesteria formosaHimalayan honeysuckle (Stake number: 65)
Ligustrum japonicum 'Silver Stars'variegated Japanese privet (Stake number: 66)
Liriope kansuensisGansu lily-turf (Stake number: 67)
Lobelia siphiliticabig blue lobelia (Stake number: 69)
Lonicera alseuosmoidesfragrant grove honeysuckle (Stake number: 70)
Lonicera sempervirens 'Magnifica'trumpet honeysuckle (Stake number: 71)
Nandina domestica 'Aurea'yellow-berry heavenly bamboo (Stake number: 72)
Nolina arenicolasand bear-grass (Stake number: 73)
Osmanthus fragrans f. aurantiacus 'Conger Yellow'yellow sweet-olive (Stake number: 74)
Osmunda cinnamomeacinnamon fern (Stake number: 75)
Pachysandra stylosaChinese pachysandra (Stake number: 76)
Phellodendron amurenseAmur corktree (Stake number: 77)
Phlomis tuberosatuberous Jerusalem sage (Stake number: 78)
Pieris japonicaJapanese andromeda (Stake number: 79)
Pinellia tripartitafalse dragon (Stake number: 80)
Pistacia chinensisChinese pistache (Stake number: 81)
Pittosporum heterophyllumChinese pittosporum (Stake number: 82)
Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon'contorted hardy orange (Stake number: 83)
Potentilla fruticosa 'Maanelys'Moonlight shrubby cinquefoil (Stake number: 84)
Prunus persica 'NCSU Dwarf Double Red'dwarf flowering peach (Stake number: 85)
Prunus persica (seedlings from Corinthian series)columnar flowering peach (Stake number: 86)
Pterocarya tonkinensisTonkin wingnut (Stake number: 87)
Rhododendron 'Fred D. Cochran'Carla hybrid azalea (Stake number: 88)
Rohdea japonicasacred lily (Stake number: 89)
Rosa 'Meipotal'Carefree Delight™ shrub rose (Stake number: 90)
Rosa ×odorata 'Mutabilis'Seven-sisters Rose (Stake number: 91)
Rudbeckia trilobathree-lobed coneflower (Stake number: 92)
Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'variegated willow (Stake number: 93)
Sapindus mukorossiChinese soapberry (Stake number: 94)
Sarcococca ruscifoliafragrant sweet box (Stake number: 95)
Saxifraga stolonifera 'Maroon Beauty'strawberry geranium (Stake number: 96)
Sedum spurium 'John Creech'Caucasian stonecrop (Stake number: 97)
Sedum tetractinumChinese sedum (Stake number: 98)
Silene dioicared campion (Stake number: 99)
Silphium perfoliatumcup plant (Stake number: 100)
Spiraea mediaRussian spirea (Stake number: 102)
Stipa extremiorientaliseastern feather grass (Stake number: 103)
Stipa splendenschee grass (Stake number: 104)
Stokesia laevisStokes' aster (Stake number: 105)
Styrax japonicus 'Snowfall'Japanese snowbell (Stake number: 106)
Tamarix ramosissimatamarisk (Stake number: 107)
Taxus wallichiana var. chinensisChinese yew (Stake number: 108)
Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison'hardy Confederate jessamine (Stake number: 109)
Verbena macdougalliiverbena (Stake number: 110)
Vitex rotundifoliabeach vitex (Stake number: 111)
Widdringtonia nodiflora(maybe Platycladus orientalis)African mountain cedar (Stake number: 68)
Xanthorhiza simplicissimayellowroot (Stake number: 112)

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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