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Plants in Our 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit

Native pitcher plants from the 2012 EPA exhibit

Our Flower Show exhibit highlighted native plants and how they can be used in your landscaping. Here are the plants we planned to include in our 2015 exhibit. Some of the plants from 2012 can be seen in the Flower Show 2012 Photo Gallery.

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Scientific Name
Common Name
Adiantum pedatum Maidenhair fern
Aquilegia canadensis - ‘Little Lanterns’ Eastern red columbine
Asarum canadense Wild ginger
Athyrium filix-femina- ‘Lady in Red’ Lady fern
Cardamine douglassii - ‘Southern Lady’ Limestone bittercress
Carex cherokeensis Cherokee sedge
Carex lacustris Lake sedge
Carex lurida Shallow sedge
Chamaecyparis thyoides Atlantic white cedar
Cornus alternifolia Alternate leaf dogwood
Cornus canadensis Canada bunchberry
Cornus florida Flowering dogwood
Decumaria barbara Woodvamp
Dionaea muscipula - ‘King Henry’ Venus fly trap
Dryopteris goldiana Goldie's woodfern
Dryopteris ludoviciana Southern woodfern
Eleocharis radicans Miniature rush
Fothergilla gardenii Dwarf witch alder
Geranium maculatum Wild geranium
Halesia tetraptera Carolina silverbell
Helonias bullata Swamp pink
Heuchera americana - ‘Dale’s strain’ American alumroot
Ilex glabra - ‘Densa’ Inkberry
Ilex opaca - 'Maryland Dwarf' Dwarf holly
Iris cristata - ‘Powder Blue Giant’ Dwarf crested iris
Iris fulva - ‘Little Crown’ Copper iris
Kalmia angustifolia Sheep laurel
Kalmia latifolia Mountain laurel
Larix laricina Tamarack
Leucothoe axillaris Coastal dog-hobble
Leucothoe fontanesiana Dog-hobble
Lonicera villosa - var. villosa Mountain-fly honeysuckle
Meehania cordata Meehan's mint
Mitchella rapens Partridge berry
Pachysandra procumbens Allegheny spurge
Phlox divaricata - ‘May Breeze’ Woodland phlox
Phlox stolonifera - ‘Sherwood Purple’ Creeping phlox
Polystrichum acrostichoides Christmas fern
Rhododendron atlanticum Coast azalea
Rhododendron austrinum Florida flame azalea
Rhododendron austrinum - ‘lemon lush’ Florida flame azalea
Rhododendron canadense Rhodora azalea
Rhododendron colemanii Red hills azalea
Rhododendron diversipilosum - ‘Milky Way’ Milky way rhododendron
Rhododendron maximum Rosebay rhododendron
Rhododendron periclymenoides Pinxterbloom azalea
Rhus aromatica Fragrant sumac
Sarracenia leucophylla - ‘Green Dragon’ Pitcher plant
Sarracenia moorei Moorei pitcher plant
Sarracenia purpurea - ‘Jersey Girl’ Purple pitcher plant
Sarracenia rubra Sweet pitcher plant
Taxus canadensis Canada yew
Thelypteria kunthii Southern shield fern
Tiarella cordifolia - ‘Oakleaf’ Oakleaf foamflower
Tiarella cordifolia - ‘Springwood’ Springwood foamflower
Vaccinium corymbosum Highbush blueberry
Woodwardia virginica Virginia chain fern

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