- Achillea millefolium (Yarrow 'Colorado Mix')
- Anemone Blanda Blue Shades
- Asimina triloba (Pennsylvania Golden Pawpaw)
- Asimina triloba (Rappahannock Pawpaw)
- Astilbe Younique White (False Spirea | White Astilbe)
- Athyrium filix-femina 'Minutissimum' (Petite Lady Fern)
- Athyrium niponicum 'Apple Court' (Crested Japanese Painted Fern)
- Cyclamen hederifolium 'pink and fancy'
- Dicentra 'King of Hearts' (Fern-Leaf Bleeding Heart)
- Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba' (White Bleeding Heart)
- Dryopteris dilatata 'Crispa Whiteside' (Crisped Broad Buckler Fern)
- Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance' (Autumn Fern) - Struggling to survive, but could be lack of sun. Need to relocate.
- Epimedium grandiflorum ‘Dark Side’
- Epimedium grandiflorum ‘Lilafee’
- Geranium phaeum 'Darkest of All’
- Helleborus x hybridus 'Black Diamond' (Black Diamond Lenton Rose)
- Helleborus x hybridus 'Picotee Pearl'
- Helleborus x hybridus 'Sparkling Diamond' (Sparkling Diamond Lenton Rose)
- Hemerocallis (Daylily)
- Heuchera cylindrica (Roundleaf Alumroot)
- Hostas, mystery varieties
- Iris Tall Bearded (probably Perfection)
- Iris hollandica Blue Magic (Dutch Iris 'Blue Magic') - Planted; squirrels dug them up and ate them.
- Iris reticulata (Iris Harmony)
- Iris x pacifica 'Canyon Snow' (Pacific Iris Canyon Snow)
- Iris x pacifica 'Violetta' (Pacific Iris Violetta)
- Matteuccia struthiopteris 'Jumbo' (Giant Ostrich Fern)
- Muscari aucheria 'Mount Hood' (Grape Hyacinth)
- Muscari aucheria 'White Magic' (Grape Hyacinth)
- Narcissus 'Mount Hood' (Mt. Hood Daffodil)
- Ophiopogon umbraticola 'Sparkle' (Contorted Mondo Grass)
- Polemonium carneum (Jacob's Ladder)
- Polemonium caeruleum 'White pearl'
- Primula acoulis 'Danova Mix' (Primrose)
- Primula sieboldii ‘Ice Princess’ (Ice Princess Primrose)
- Pulmonaria (Lungwort)
- Tulipa 'Victoria's Secret' (Victorias Secret Parrot Tulip)
- Tulipa cv. negrita double (Negrita Double Tulip)
Black Walnut Plants
Plantings underneath black walnut can be a challenge. There are a number of lists of what plants survive, but there are often discrepancies between lists. In an effort to documents what plants have survived under our black walnut, I've decided to make a list and update it regularly. We've surely overplanted the area, but we tend to plant a bunch of plants and see which ones make it.
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