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Friday May 18, 2012 at 4:00 PM EDT
Saturday May 19, 2012 at 2:00 PM EDT

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Baltimore Woods Nature Center 
4007 Bishop Hill Road
P.O. Box 133
Marcellus, NY 13108

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Plant Sale at The Woods 

Members Only May 18th,  4-7pm   

Public Sale: Saturday, May 19th, 9am-2pm


Native plants, other perennials, herbs, and hanging baskets­—the variety and quality you want for your garden can be found right here at Baltimore Woods. Mark your calendar for Friday, May 18 from 4-7 pm when the sale is open to Baltimore Woods members only. This sneak preview is one of the great benefits that members enjoy. Bring your friends and neighbors on Saturday, May 19 from 9am until 2pm when the sale opens to the public. Choose your quality plants and receive expert gardening advice. The volunteers who tend our gardens will be on hand to advise you, to discuss topics such as preferred soil types and sun and shade requirements, and to assure your new plants maximum chance for success in your garden.
Below is the list of native plants specially grown for The Woods. The many natives being offered this year include both red and white trillium!

On Members-Only Friday there will be Lakeland winery wine tastings and Empire Brewing beer tastings.

On Saturday there will be raffles and delicious food available.
There is no admission fee and parking is free. The event takes place rain or shine. See you there!

Plants on this list are grown by the Phoenix Flower Farm epecially for the Plant Sale at Baltimore Woods.

Please Note: This is a preliminary list, subject to availability. All plants may not be available, and others will be added.

Osmunda cinnamomea Cinnamon Fern    
Adiantum pedatum Maidenhair fern    
Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern    
Osmunda regalis Royal Fern    
Hay scented Fern

Spring Blooming Natives
Aquilegia canandensis – wild columbine    
Arabis – rock cresses var. species (dig)    
Asarum canadense – wild ginger    
Baptisia australis – blue false indigo    
Caltha palustris-marsh marigold    
Dicentra eximia – fringed bleeding heart
Geranium – wild geranium
Heuchera americana – various cultivars
Iris versicolor – northern blue flag
Mertensia virginica – Virginia bluebells
Phlox divaricate – wild blue
Phlox stolonifera – creeping phlox
Sanguinaria Canadensis- bloodroot
Tiarella cordifolia – foamflower
Tradescantia virgininana – spiderwort
Trillium – various species, red
Trillium grandiflorum – white trillium

Summer blooming Natives
Actea “Misty Blue”
Aruncus dioica- goatsbeard
Asclepias – various species
Echinacea purpea- purple coneflower, var. cultivars
Eupatorium maculatum – joe pye weed
Helenium autumnale- sneezeweed
Liatris spicata- dense blazing star
Lobelia cardinalis – cardinal flower
Oenothera marcrocarpa- Missouri evening primrose
Penstemon digitalis – “Miss Moneypenny”
Poppy Mallow
Spigella marilandica
Spiranthes cernua

Native Shrubs
Clethra – 16 Candles
Diervilla Copper – honeysuckle shrub
Fothergilla – Mt. Airy
Dwarf Oak Leaf Hydangea – Pee Wee
Viburnum picatum- Summer Snowflake
Aronia – Brilliantissima
Cephalanthus Buttonbush – Sputnik
Hypericum St John’s Wort – Gemo
Itea – Henry’s Garnet
Viburnum nudium – Winterthur
Physocarpus – Ninebark Summer Wine
Hydrangea paniculata – Quickfire non native
Sambucus – Elderberry – Black Beauty