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Walnut Tolerant Plants – Juglan Tolerant

Plant Type Common name Latin name
Annuals Begonia
Calendula
Geranium
Impatiens
Morning Glory
Salvia
Viola
Evergreen Arborvitae Thuja
Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis
Common Juniper Juniperus communis
Eastern Hemlock Tsuga canadensis
Red Cedar Juniperus virginiana
Perennial Mullein Verbascum
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum superbum
Yarrow Achillea
Aster Aster spp
Astilbe Astilbe
Bea Balm Monarda
Bellflower Campanula
Bellwort (Merry Bells) uvularia
Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia
Bleeding Heart Dicentra spectabillis
Bloodroot Sanguinaria canadensis
Bugleweed Ajuga
Bush Clover Lespedeza
Buttercup Rannuculus
Christmas Fern Polystichum
Cinnamon Fern Osmunda cinnamomea
Coral Bell Heuchera
Cranesbill Geranium
Daffodil Narcissus
Daylily Hemerocallis
Evening Primrose Oenothera
False Dragonhead Physostegia
Goldenrod Solidago
Perennial Grape Hyacinth Muscari
Hollyhock Alcea rosea
Hosta Hosta
Jack-in-the-pulpit Arisaema triphilyum
Jacob’s Ladder Polemonium reptans
Joe-pyeweed Eupatorium
Lady Fern Athyrium
Lamb’s Ears Stachy byzantina
Lobelia Lobelia
Lungwort Pulmonaria
Mayapple Podophylium peitatum
Peppermint Mentha piperita
Perennial Sunflower Helianthus
Primrose Primula
Siberian Iris Iris sibirica
Solomon’s Seal Polygonatum
Speedwell Veronica
Spiderwort Tradescantia virginiana
Stonecrop Sedum
Summer Phlox Phlox paniculata
Sweet Woodruff Gallium odoratum
Trillium Trillium
Tulip Tulipa
Violet Viola
Wild Ginger Asarum
Windflower Anemone
Winter Aconite Eranthis hyemaiis
Wood Fern Dryopteris
Shrub Ninebark Physiocarpus opulifolius
Adams’s Needle Yucca
American Hazelnut Corylus americana
Arrowood viburnum dentatum
Barberry Berberis
Beau bush koIkwitzie amabillis
Black Raspberry Rubus occidentalis
Currant Ribes
Shrub Elderberry Sambucus
Euonymus Euonymuss
Forsythia Forsythia
Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica
Fragrant Viburnum Viburnum cariesil
Honeysuckle Lonicera
Pagoda Dogwood Comus aftemifolia
Purple Raspberry Rubus odoratus
Rose of Sharon Hibiscus syfizous
Smooth Sumac Rhus glabra
St Johnwort Hypericum profificum
Tree American Elm Ulmus americana
American Hornbeam Carpinus caroliniana
American Plum Prunus americana
Beech Fagus grandifolia
Black Ash Frasinus nigra
Black Locust Robinia pseudoacacia
Black Oak Quercus velutina
Blackgum Nyssa sylvafica
Box Elder Acer negundo
Carolina Silverbell Halesia carolina
Catalpa Catalpa bignonoides
Cucumber Tree Magnolia acuminata
Flowering Dogwood Cornus florida
Hawthorn Crataegus spp.
Hickory Carya spp
Hone locust Gleditsia tricanthos
Japanese Maple Acer palmatum
Mulberry Morus
Ohio Buckeye Aesculus labra
Pawpaw Asimina triloba
Red Maple acer rubrum
Red Oak Quercus rubra
Redbud Cercis canadensis
River Birch Betula nigra
Scarlet Oak Quercus coccinea
Tree Serviceberry Amelanchier
Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina
Sugar Maple Acer saccharum
Sweet Birch Betula lenta
Sweet Buckeye Aesculus octandra
Sweetgum Liquidambar styracillua
Sycamore Platanus occidentalis
Tree of Heaven ailanthus altissima
Tuliptree Lirodendron tuiipifera
White Ash Fraxinus americana
White Oak Quercus albs
Willow Salix
Witch hazel Hamameliss
Yellow Birch Betula lutea
Chestnut Castanea dentata
Vegetables Lima Bean
Onion
Parsnip
Snap Bean
Sweet Corn
Vines Bittersweet Celastrus
Clematis Clematis
Honeysuckle Vine Lonicera
Virginia Creeper Parthenocissus
Wild Grape Vitis

Rabbit Resistant Plants

Plant Type Common name Latin name
     
Perennial Silver nettle Lamium
  Cranes Bill Ingwerson’s Geranium macrorrhizum
  Catnip Nepeta
  Russian Sage Perovskia
  Gas Plant Dictamus alba
  Iris Bearded and non bearded
  Foam Flower Coral Bells
  Onions Alliums
    Daffodils
    Grape hyacinths
    Siberian Squills
  In general Rabbits avoid scented plants In general Rabbits avoid poisonous plants
     

Deer Resistant Plants

Acontium – Mookshood

Anemone – Windflower

Asclepias – Butterfly Weed

Astilbe – False Spirea

Coreopsis – Tickseed

Echinacea – Purple Cone Flower

Ferns

Galium oderatum – Sweet Woodruff

Helleborus – Lenten Rose

Iberis sempervirens – Candytuft

Polygonatum commutatum – Solomon’s Seal

Salvia – Meadow Sage

Sedum spectabile

Tiarella – Foam Flower

Veronica – Speedwell

Perennials for Border Planting (three different heights)

Tall: Plant these at the back of the border

Plant Height Flowering Season
Anchusa italica (Summer Forget-Me-Nots) 4’ June – July
Delphinium 3 – 5′ August – September
Digitalis (Foxglove) 3’ June – July
Eremurus (Giant Desert Candle) 4 – 8’ July
Helenium 3 – 4’ June
Hollyhocks 4 – 6’ June – October
Iris (Japanese) 2 – 3’ July
Lilies 3 – 6’ June – October
Penstemon 3 – 4’ July – August
Rudbeckia (Gloriosa Daisy) 4’ July – Frost
Yucca 4 – 6’ June – July

 

Medium: Plant in the middle of the border

Plant

Height

Flowering Season

Aquilegia (Columbine) 2’ May – June
Chrysanthemum 2 – 3’ August – November
Coreopsis 1’ June – August
Gaillardia (Blanket Flower) 1’ June – September
Gypsophila (Baby-s Breath) 2 – 3’ July – September
Iris (Bearded) 1’ May – June
Lupine 2’ June – July
Lychnis (Maltese Cross) 2’ June – August
Poppy (Oriental) 2 – 3’ June – July
Peonies 2 – 3’ May – June
Phlox (Garden) 2 – 3’ July – August
Platycodon (Balloon Flower) 2’ July – September
Pyrethrum (Painted Daisy) 2 – 3’ May – June
Veronica (Speedwell) 2 – 3’ July – September

 

DWARF: Plant in the front of the border

Plant

Height

Flowering Season

Alyssum (Basket-of-Gold 12″ April – May
Arabis (Rockcress) 6″ April – May
Armeria (Sea Pinks) 12″ May – August
Aster (Alpine) 9″ May – June
Aubrieta (Rockcress) 4″ April – May
Campanula carpatica 6″ June – October
Dianthus (Pinks) 12 – 18″ May – June
Phlox subulata (Creeping) 4 – 6″ April – May

Perennials that Attract Butterflies and Birds

Plants to Attract Birds

Aquilegia Helianthus
Asclepias Limonium
Aster Rudbeckia
Coreopsis Sedum spectabile
Dianthus Scabiosa
Echinops  

Hummingbird Plants

Alcea Iris
Aquilegia Lobelia cardinalis
Delphinium Monarda
Heuchera sanguinea

Butterfly Plants

Achillea Lavandula
Agastache Liatris
Angelica Lobelia
Arabis Plox
Asclepias Primula
Aster Prunella
Astilbe Rudbeckia
Coreopsis Salvia
Dianthus Scabiosa
Echinacea Sedum spectabile
Echinops Solidago
Gaillardia Stokesia
Helianthus Thalictrum
Hemerocallis Trollius
Iberis Verbena
 

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