March – April: Early to Mid Spring
Galanthus – Snowdrops
Hamamelis mollis – Witch Hazel
Jasmine nudiflorum – Winter Jasmine
Eranthis hyemalis – Winter Aconite
Crocus
Abeliophyllum distichum – White Forsythia
Salix – Pussy Willow
Ipheion uniflorum – Spring Starflower
Scilla
Chinodoxia
Daffodils
Rhododendron mucronulatum – Korean Rhododendron
Helleborus – Lenten Rose
Erica carnea – Heather
Viburnum fragrans
Prunus “Hally Jolivette” – Cherry
Corylopsis – Chinese Witch Hazel
Tussilago farfara – Colts Foot
Cornus mas – Cornelian Cherry Dogwood
Magnolia stellata – Star Magnolia
Forsythia
Corylus contorta – Corkscrew Hazel
Rhododendron dauricum
Mahonia – Oregon Grape
Amelanchier – Shadblow
Chaenomeles – Flowering Quince
Fothergilla gardenii – Witch Alder
Pieris japonica – Lily of the Valley bush
Prunus yedoensis – Weeping Cherry
Magnolia heptapeta – Yulan Magnolia
Magnolia soulangia – Saucer Magnolia
Violets
Malus – Crabapple
Pyrus – Pear
Rhododendron PJM
Azalea
Cercis canadensis – Redbud
Muscari armenicum – Grape Hyacinths
Viburnum juddi
Dicentra spectabalis – Bleeding Heart
Vinca – Periwinkle
May – June: Late Spring to Early Summer
Tulips
Cornus florida, kousa – Dogwood
Rhododendron
Azaleas
Primula – Primrose
Aquilegia – Columbine
Syringia – Lilac
Dicentra spectabilis – Bleeding Heart
Dicentra eximia
Convallaria majalis – Lily of the Valley
Potentilla
Polygonatum – Solomon’s Seal
Phlox stolenifera
Papavar – Poppy
Viola – Violet
Peony
Arisaema triphyllum – Jack in the Pulpit
Phlox stolonifera – Creeping Phlox
Viburnum
Magnolia virginiana – Sweetbay magnolia
Hesperis – Dames Rocket
Poppy
Clematis
Ilex
Exochorda racemosa – Common Pearl bush
Lirodendron – Tulip Tree
Paulownia – Empress Tree
Lonicera – Honeysuckle
Deciduous Azaleas
Malus – Crab Apple
Carya tomentosa – Hickory
Asculus – Horse Chestnut
Sanbucus canadensis – Elderberry
Halesia – Silverbell
Crataegus – Hawthorne
Buddlia alternifolia
Spirea
Cotoneaster
Kalmia latifolia – Laurel
Weigela
Rose
Hemerocallis – Daylilies
Iris – Siberian, Flag, Bearded, Ensete
Digitalis – Foxglove
Tradescantia – Spiderwort
Aruncus diocus – Goatsbeard
Alchemilla mollis – Lady’s mantle
Allium
Deutzia
Koelreutaria – Golden Rain Tree
Lysimachia punctata – Yellow Loosestrife
Astilbe
Shasta Daisies
Hydrangea petolaris – Climbing Hydrangea
Chionanthus – Fringe Tree
Stewartia pseudocamellia
Sorbaria sorbarifolia – False Spirea
Itea virginica – Virginia sweetspire
Magnolia grandiflora – “Edith Bogue”
Filipendula – Meadowsweet
Asclepsis – Butterfly Weed
Daphne
Chrysanthemum parthenium – Feverfew
Lychnis flos-cuculi – Ragged Robin
July – August: Mid Summer to Early Fall
Macleaya cordata – Plume Poppy
Rudbeckia hirta – Black Eyed Susan
Iris Enseta – Japanese Iris
Koelrutia – Golden chain tree
Monarda didyma – Bee Balm
Magnolia grandiflora – Southern magnolia
Hydrangea – Snow Queen, Annabelle
Astilbe – Meadowsweet
Hemerocallis – Day Lily
Aesculus parviflora – Bottlebrush Buck Eye
Hostas – Blue Wedgewood, Frances Williams
Itea – Sweetspire
Althea – Mallow
Buddlia davidii – Butterfly Bush
Lyschmachia cletheroides – Gooseneck
Yucca filamentosa – Adam’s Needle
Solidago – Golden Rod
Eupatorium – Joe Pye Weed
Achillea – Yarrow
Oxydendron arboreum – Sourwood
Lobelia siphilitica – Great Blue Lobelia
Conoclinium coelestinum – Ageratum – Mistflower
Phlox
Coreopsis “Zagreb”
Potentilla “Abbotswood”
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides – Blue Plumbago Hydrangea Tardifolia
Viburnum trilobum – American Cranberry Bush
Cannas
Clerodendron – Glory Bower
Clethra ainifolia – Summersweet
Hypericum frondosum – St. John’s Wort
Hibiscus – Rose of Sharon
Hosta plantaginea “Royal Standard” – Plantain Lily
Asters
Lagerstroemia – Crape Myrtle
Anenome japonica – Windflower
Calluna vulgaris – Heather
Agapanthus – Lily of the Nile