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2019 Plant Sale Items

The Village of Innsbrook Garden Club Plant Sale is on Saturday, May 11th, from 9:00 am to Noon, at the Property Owners Building. It will feature plants tested in our own Innsbrook gardens that have proved themselves to be survivors.
To learn more about these plants see  "Missouri Botanical Garden ("http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/) Website

Remember: “If you don’t water them the first year, they will die."

Golden Rag Wort Golden Rag Wort (Packera aurea)
Half day sun to full shade. Deer resistant. Good ground cover.
For more information click on Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Siberian Bugloss “Brunnera macrophylla” Siberian Bugloss (Brunnera macrophylla)
Full shade to light sun, deer resistant, good shade plant. 
For more information click on  Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Hardy Fern Hardy Fern (Cyrtomium fortunei)
Full shade, deer don’t eat ferns
For more information click on  Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Cinnamon Fern Cinnamon Fern (Osmundastrum Cinnamomeum)
Full shade, deer don’t eat ferns
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Crocosmia Lucifer Crocosmia "Lucifer" (Crocosmia)
Deer and rabbit resistant
For more information click on Perennials Website
Lenten Rose Honeymoon Mix Lenten Rose "Honeymoon Mix" (Helleborus Orientalis)
Part shade to full shade. Poisonous to deer
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Obedient Plant Obedient Plant (Physostegia virginiana)
Tolerant to deer, sometimes they will nibble them. Full sun
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Gold Leaf Tansy Golden Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare)
 Herb, full sun to part shade. The deer don’t like this one. Little yellow flowers late summer and moderate spreader. It will takeover a space if you want it to and let it.
For more information click on Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Leopard Plant Leopard Plant (Ligularia “The Rocket”)
part to full shade, some deer eat them and some don’t. If you spray them you will really love the result.
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Bleeding Heart Bleeding Heart 'Adrian Bloom' Lime Green Foliage (Dicentra)
Part shade, the deer have not eaten mine in three years.
For more information click on Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Yellow Loosestrife Yellow Loosestrife "Golden Alexander" (Lysimachia Punctata)
Full sun to part shade, this is not the invasive type of Loosestrife, we have one resident who has had good luck with the deer with this plant. Very controllable spreader.
For more information click on Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Giant Blue Salvia Giant Blue Salvia 'Blue Cloud' (Salvia azurea)
Full sun, moderate but controllable spreader. Deer resistant.
For more information click on Missouri Botanical Garden Website
Borage Borage (Borago officinalis)
Full sun to some shade, deer tolerant.
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