Fairview Pathway – plants of interest

Clean-up and planting on the pathway at Fairview and 10th will begin soon. See below for a list of plants of interest; let us know if you have extra of any of these in your garden. We’ll put your name and plants on a list and let you know when they are needed.

If you’re on the ENA’s email list, watch your inbox: when we see a break in the weather, we’ll have a clean-up party to remove brush. Please bring gloves, pruners, shovels, and other garden tools.

Plants of interest:

Wet areas:

Angelica archangelica
Carex obrupta (Slough sedge)
Juncus tenuis (Slender rush)
Aronia melanocarpa (Black chokeberry)
Monarda didyma (Bee balm)
Scutellaria laterifolia (Maddog skullcap)
Sisyrinchium ssp (Blue and/or yellow-eyed grass)
Campanula ssp (Harebell)
Agapanthus ssp (Lily of the Nile)
Fragaria vexa (Woodland strawberry)
Galium boreale (Northern bedstraw)
Lupinus ssp (Lupine)
Prunela vulgaris (Common self-heal)
Scrophularia oregana (Oregon figwort)
Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal flower)
Sambucus ssp (Elderberry)

Meadow/prairie area:

Verbascum thapsus (Mullein)
Lychnis ssp (Rose campion)
Symphytum (Comfrey)
Amaranthus (Amaranth)
Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)
Aquilegia (Columbine)
Camassia ssp (Camas)
Brodiaea ssp
Delphinium nuttallii (Nuttall’s larkspur)
Dodecatheon hendersonii (Shooting star)
Eriophyllum lanatum (Common wooly sunflower)
Maianthemum dilatatum (False lily-of-the-valley)

Cottonwood grove companions:

Tellima grandiflora (Fringecup)
Tiarella trifoliata (Three-leaf foamflower)
Rubus parniflora (Thimbleberry)
Dicebtra formosa (Bleeding heart)
Lonicera ciliosa (Orange honeysuckle)
Oxalis oregana (Wood sorrel)
Vaccinium ovatum (Evergreen huckleberry)

Miscellaneous:

Ferns, of any kind except maidenhair
Viola ssp (Native violets)
Penstemon ssp (Beardtongue)

4 Responses to “Fairview Pathway – plants of interest”

  1. Jane Mountjoy-Venning

    We have lots of old fashioned orange day lillies. Would you like them? They like the sun, are ok with neglect, and I believe all parts are edible (though would advise checking on that before eating)!

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  2. Mike Layes

    Hi,

    The following could be used for any project in the Eastside neighborhood:

    I’ve got lupine seed.

    Also have native and non-native trees in 1 to 4 gallon pots that need homes.
    Natives:
    red alder
    BL Maple
    RO dogwood
    Grand fir

    Non-natives:
    red oak
    red maple
    sugar maple

    Many other..

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