Thursday, September 1, 2016

Fall Open House - Saturday September 17 - Seminole FL - 9 am - 1 pm





Alexa and I will be opening our landscape and our small nursery to the public on Saturday, September 17. We hope you can stop by and take home some of our extra plants.  Doors will open at 9 am and we expect to be done by 1 pm.  Hawthorn Hill is mostly a wildflower grower and we specialize in species not widely grown by the native plant nurseries.  Nearly everything is in 4" pots and will sell for $4 each. We can accept credit cards with a magnetic strip, as well as cash and personal checks. Each year, we try to reduce our inventory before things get too old and save the space for new plants we will be sowing shortly. If you wish to stop by on the 17th, here's our address: 9900 133rd St, Seminole, FL  33776
And here's what we will have - though we have very few specimens of many of these & it is first come:
Amorpha herbacea
Herbaceous false indigo

Andropogon ternarius
Splitbeard bluestem

Bonamia grandiflora
Bonamia

Carphephorus corymbosus
Florida paintbrush

Chrysoma paucifloculosa
Woody goldenrod

Chrysopsis linearifolia
Narrow-leaved goldenaster

Chrysopsis marilandica
Maryland goldenaster

Clematis baldwinii
Pine hyacinth

Clematis crispa
Fairy hats

Conradina grandiflora x etonia
Hybrid false rosemary


Cordia globosa
Bloodberry

Echinacea purpurea
Purple coneflower

Fragaria virginiana
Wild strawberry

Gaillardia aestivalis
Lance-leaved blanketflower

Garberia heterophylla
Garberia

Helianthus radula
Rayless sunflower

Helianthus resinosus
Resindot sunflower

Hibiscus furcellatus
Lindenleaf rosemallow

Hibiscus poeppigii
Poeppig's rosemallow

Liatris chapmanii
Chapman’s blazing star

Liatris elegans
Elegant blazing star

Liatris gracilis
Graceful blazing star

Liatris savannenesis
Savanna blazing star

Nolina brittoniana
Britton’s beargrass

Palafoxia integrifolia
Coastal plain palafox

Passiflora pallida
Pale passionvine

Phlox pilosa
Downy phlox

Ratbiida pinnata
Yellow coneflower

Rudbeckia mohrii
Mohr’s coneflower




Rudbeckia triloba
Brown-eyed susan

Scutellaria arenicola
Scrub skullcap

Sideroxylon rufotomentosa
Dwarf bumelia

Solidago arguta var. caroliniana
Carolina goldenrod

Solidago petiolaris
Downy ragged goldenrod

Solidago stricta
Wand goldenrod

Sorghastrum apalachicolense
Apalachicola Indiangrass

Sorghastrum nutans
Indiangrass

Sorghastrum secundum
Lop-sided Indiangrass

Symphyotricum concolor
Silver aster

Symphyotrichum georgianum
Georgia aster

Symphyotrichum patens
Late purple aster

Symphyotrichum walteri
Walter's aster

Thalictrum revolutum
Wavy-leaved meadowrue

Viola soraria (white form)
Common blue violet




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