Plants in Our Garden

Just for curiosity's sake.

I'll try to remember to make a note of new additions as they come into the garden (and remove any that "depart").


Plants in Our Garden (or Yard):

Trees:
--live oak
--water oak
--willow oak
--some sort of pin oak? (Can't recall... Has reddish leaves in autumn.)
--Bradford pear
--Japanese magnolias (a couple varieties)
--crepe myrtles (several types, including 'Natchez', 'Victor', 'Tonto', and Black Diamond 'Pure White' and 'Red Hot')
--river birch
--Leyland cypress
--bald cypress
--ash
--'Little Gem' magnolia
--lots and lots of pine trees (mostly around the fenced yard, but some inside; no idea what kind)
--wax myrtle
--Japanese maple (very small, barely hanging on)
--rose of Sharon (hibiscus tree/shrub althea, Hibiscus syriacus, single all white, single purple/red-eye, double "pink carnation", 'Double Purple', and double rose-pink)
--sweet olive / fragrant tea olives (Osmanthus fragrans and O. fragrans 'Fudingzhu')



Shrubs:
--Indian hawthorn
--boxwood
--roses:
     --Knock Out rose (red double, pink double, yellow single)
     --'Nearly Wild' rose
     --unknown pink shrub rose (no scent, reblooms, small clusters of bloom)
     --unknown pink climbing rose (fragrance, most blooms in late spring/early summer)
     --unknown miniature white rose
     --unknown red small shrub rose (no scent, reblooms)
     --unknown coral rose (tea hybrid?)
     --unknown white shrub roses
     --'Joseph's Coat' climbing rose
     --Apricot Drift rose (so-called groundcover, Rosa 'Meimirrot')
     --'Peggy Martin' climbing rose
     --'Zephrine Drouhin' climbing rose
--leatherleaf mahonia
--loropetalum (Chinese fringe flower: hot pink, white, and one big-box buy marked 'Ruby')
--banana fuscata (banana shrub, Magnolia figo)
--camellias (a few types)
--azaleas (unknown Encore azalea, formosa, 'Higasa', 'Macrantha Pink', Encore 'Autumn Sunburst')
--English dogwood (aka mockorange, Philadelphus coronarius, no noticeable scent)
--hydrangeas:
     --Hydrangea macrophylla (no idea what variety, flowers tend toward purple and pink)
     --variegated hydrangea (blue lace-cap flowers)
     --Hydrangea macrophylla 'Bailmer' ("Endless Summer")
     --Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime'
--sago palm (male)
--variegated pittosporum (I think...)
--old-fashioned (aka BIG) gardenia
--dwarf gardenias ('Daisy' and 'Double Mint')
--spirea (bridal wreath, a couple of forms, and 'Little Bonnie' dwarf spirea (Spiraea x bumalda))
--night-blooming jasmine (Cestrum nocturnum)
--nandina (heavenly bamboo, species and dwarf 'Blush Pink')
--viburnum (white flowers look like lace-cap hydrangea)
--golden goddess clumping bamboo (Bambusa multiplex 'Golden Goddess')
--Confederate rose (Hibiscus mutabilis 'Plenus', double)
--Ligustrum sinense 'Sunshine' (golden privet, sterile)
--mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia, locally grown/Southern variety) 
--Japanese shrub mint (Leucosceptrum japonicum 'Golden Angel')
--golden euonymous (Euonymus japonicus 'Aureo-marginatus')
--weigela (unknown variety w/ pale pink flowers)
--Florida leucothoe/pipestem (Agarista populifolia)



Flowers, Etc. (Perennials):
--daylilies (unknown varieties, nameless hybrids, plain orange "ditch lilies", 'Kwanso', 'Happy Returns', 'Little Business', 'Stella de Oro', 'Night Beacon', 'Elizabeth Salter', 'Dominic', 'Jo Barbre', 'Joan Senior', 'Lullaby Baby', 'Midnight Magic', 'Miss Amelia', 'So Lovely', 'Fairy Tale Pink', 'Noble Lord')
--tiger lilies
--hurricane lilies ("spider lilies": red, Lycoris radiata)
--spider lilies (white-- Hymenocallis)
--crinum lilies (light pink NOID, 'Ellen Bosanquet', Crinum x. powellii 'Album', "milk and wine"-type)
--summer snowflakes (Leucojum)
--unknown daffodils (a couple of unknown types)
--iris:
     --white iris (maybe the old-fashioned "cemetery iris"?)
     --wild iris (yellow flag)
     --Louisiana iris ('Jeri', 'Black Gamecock', 'Ann Chowning')
     --Japanese roof iris (Iris tectorum 'Alba')
     --giant apostles' iris (Neomarica caerulea 'Regina')
--coreopsis:
     --dwarf coreopsis (Coreopsis auriculata 'Nana')
     --coreopsis Big Bang 'Mercury Rising'
--crocosmia (common form that has world-conquering plans and 'George Davison')
--clematis ('Pink Climador', 'Fireflame', 'Jackmanii', 'Henryi', and unknown types)
--passionflower ('Lady Margaret'?)
--Mexican petunia (Ruellia tweediana, aka Ruellia brittoniana, probably 'Purple Showers', as it doesn't seem to spread by seed, only roots...)
--variegated periwinkle (vinca)
--monkey grass (unknown type and Liriope muscari 'Emerald Goddess')
--Aztec grass (variegated Liriope muscari)
--airplane plant (indoors during winter)
--creeping jenny ('Goldilocks')
--a low-growing ground-cover juniper of some kind
--gladiolus:
     --hybrid mix (commonly sold by the bag in home centers)
     --star gladiolus (Gladiolus acidanthera, aka peacock orchid)
     --cornfield gladiolus/Italian gladiolus (Gladiolus italicus)
     --Gladiolus carneus (painted lady gladiolus)
     --Gladiolus nanus ('Nathalie', 'Nymph', etc.)
     --Gladiolus tubergenii 'Charm'
--lantana (including 'Bandana Pink')
--English ivy (about four different varieties)
--achillea (yarrow)
--Mexican heather
--umbrella palm (aka umbrella sedge: Cyperus alternifolius)
--purple coneflower (Echinacea)
--Japanese sedges (Carex oshimensis 'Evergold' and 'Everillo')
--Mexican purple sage (Salvia purpurea)
--red Mexican ruellia (Ruellia elegans)
--ferns:
     --Southern shield fern (Dryopteris ludoviciana)
     --lady fern (Athyrium filix-femina)
     --two unknown ferns transplanted from the woods
--false indigo / blue wild indigo (Baptisia australis 'Purple Smoke')
--river oats / northern sea oats / Indian woodoats / spangle grass (Chasmanthium latifolium)
--creeping phlox (bright pink... 'Red Wings', probably)
--elephant ears (Colocasia esculenta 'Tea Cup', 'Black Ripple', 'Illustris'?, etc.)
--salvia:
     --Salvia lyrata 'Purple Volcano' (lyreleaf sage)
     --Salvia farinacea 'Blue Bedder', 'Victoria Blue' (mealycup sage)
     --Salvia madrensis (forsythia sage)
     --Salvia leucantha 'Purple on Purple' (Mexican bush sage, all-purple)
     --Salvia 'Pizzazz Purple'
     --Salvia uliginosa (bog sage)
--gingers:
     --hidden ginger (Curcuma 'Scarlet Fever')
     --giant plume ginger (Curcuma elata)
     --butterfly ginger lily (Hedychium coronarium, white "heritage" form)
     --Hedychium coronarium 'Elizabeth' 
     --'Pin Cushion' ginger lily (Hedychium thyrsiforme)
     --orange bottlebrush ginger lily (Hedychium aurantiacum)
     --variegated ginger lily (Alpina zerumbet 'Variegata')
     --pinecone/shampoo ginger (Zingiber zerumbet)
--black-eyed Susan (perennial form)
--purple heart (Tradescantia pallida)
--swamp sunflower (Helianthus angustifolius?)
--Indian blanket (Gaillardia aristata)
--strawberry begonia (Saxifraga stolonifera)
--toad lily (Tricyrtis formosana and Tricyrtis variegata)
--Brazilian plume (Justicia carnea 'Pink')
--China moon Solomon's seal (Disporum longisylum or bodinieri 'Shina-no-tsuki', aka fairy bells)
--muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris, pink and 'White Cloud')
--Duranta erecta 'Sapphire Showers'
--pink trumpet vine (Podranea ricasoliana, Port St. Johns Creeper, Queen of Sheba)
--corkscrew rush (Juncus effusus 'Spiralus')
--oxalis/shamrocks (unknown purple variety from Granny L.'s garden, 'Iron Cross')
--lomandra 'Breeze'
--crossvine (Bignonia 'Shalimar Red')
--bronze fennel (Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpureum')
--golden alexanders (Zizia aureus)
--society garlic (Tulbaghia violacea)
--Penstemon digitalis 'Husker Red'
--bat face cuphea (Cuphea ilavea)
--rudbeckia hybrid 'Autumn Sun' (aka 'Herbstonne')
--Mascagnia macroptera (butterfly vine)
--blazing star (Liatris spicata)
--lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
--canna lilies ('Picasso', 'Firebird', 'Pretoria', 'Wyoming', 'Russian Red', 'Intrigue', etc.)
--hardy amaryllis (mostly St. Joseph's lilies from Granny L.'s garden)
--variegated flax lily (Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata')
--confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)
--pineapple lily (Eucomis comosa and Eucomis humilis 'Twinkle Stars')
--tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa 'The Pearl', 'Mexican Single')
--spring starflower (Ipheion uniflorum: species, 'White Star', 'Rolf Fiedler', 'Jessie')
--Spanish bluebell (Hyacinthoides hispanica: 'Excelsior', 'White City')
--triteleia 'Queen Fabiola' (aka starflowers)
--crinodonna (aka amarcrinum)
--African iris (Dietes iridioides)
--Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima, aka Nasella)
--dwarf maiden grass (Miscanthus sinesis 'Adagio')
--lunaria 'Corfu Blue' (aka honesty, money plant-- biennial?)
--blackberry lily (Iris domestica)
--anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee')
--tropical milkweed
--caladium (white-and-green NOID)
--blue mistflower (wild ageratum)
--rain lilies (Zephyranthes robustus, Zephyranthes citrina)



Succulents (and Similar):
--red dragon flower (Heurnia schneideriana, indoors in winter)
--Mexican ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense)
--aloe vera
--assorted succulents, including Echeveria 'Topsy Turvy'



Annuals (Some Self-Sown):
--coreopsis (all-yellow)
--cleome (pink, white)
--marigolds
--morning glory ('Grandpa Ott's', 'Heavenly Blue', etc.)
--moonflower vine (Ipomoea alba)
--mina lobata (aka Spanish flag, exotic love vine, Ipomoea lobata)
--cosmos
--zinnias
--vinca
--clock vine (black-eyed Susan vine, Thunbergia alata)
--celosia ('Mega Punk')
--tithonia (Mexican sunflower)



Fruit:
--satsuma (no idea which cultivar)
--blueberries (a couple varieties)
--pineapple guava



Houseplants:
--Aloe haworthioides (I think that's what it is... from Granny L.)
--snake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata, "mother-in-law's tongue"... from Mom)
--peace lily (white form)
--red peace lily
--rubber plant (Ficus elastica)
--airplane plant
--red dragon flower (Huernia schneideriana... from Aunt Cathy.  Now I mostly grow it outdoors during the summer and move the pots into the garage near a window for the winter.)
--Heliconia psittacorum 'Lady Di' (false bird-of-paradise, parakeet flower, parrot's beak)
--angelwing jasmine/royal jasmine/shining jasmine (Jasminum nitidum)
--aloe vera


Weeds that I Sometimes Allow to Stay in Place
(Because Elimination is Impossible, Anyway):
--wild white violet
--widow's tears (spiderwort)
--henbit
--wood sorrel/oxalis (yellow and pink)
--cypress vine (Originally planted it myself, but it's a little too enthusiastic.)