Key To Planting Plan.-Fig. 114a-Continued

Key

No.

Quan.

Variety

Common Name

64.

7.

Chrysanthemum Golden Mme. Martha

Golden Chrysanthemum

65.

5.

Sedum spectabile "Brilliant"

Live Forever

66.

7.

Coreopsis lanceolata

Tickseed

67.

9.

Phlox amoena

Early Pink Phlox

68.

5.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

69.

7.

Gypsophila elegans

Baby's Breath

70.

7.

Aquilegia canadensis

Red Columbine

71.

5.

Dianthus Newport Pink

Pink Sweet William

72.

7.

Dianthus barbatus white

White Sweet William

73.

5.

Coreopsis lanceolata

Tickseed

74.

5.

Chrysanthemum Autumn Queen

Pink Hardy Chrysanthemum

75.

5.

Dianthus Newport Pink

Pink Sweet William

76.

7.

Rudbeckia Newmanni

Black-eyed Susan

77.

9.

Gaillardia grandiflora

Blanket Flower

78.

3.

Heuchera sanguinea

Coral Bells

79.

IO

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

80.

7.

Phlox divaricata

Early Blue Phlox

81.

5.

Veronica longifolia subsessilis

Speedwell

82.

10.

Delphinium elatum

Tall Larkspur

83.

10.

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

84.

5.

Aster amellus elegans

Early Aster

85.

5.

Platycodon grandiflorum

Bellflower

86.

5.

Aconitum Napellus

Monkshood

87.

5.

Delphinium chinense

Chinese Larkspur

88.

5.

Pentstemon Torreyi

Beard's Tongue

89.

7.

Lupinus polyphyllus

Lupine

90.

5.

Scabiosa japonica

Blue Bonnet

91.

7.

Delphinium, Gold Medal Hybrids

Tall Larkspur

92.

5.

Aster novi belgii Heiderose

Hardy Aster

93.

5.

Iris pallida dalmatica

Lavender Iris

94.

5.

Coreopsis lanceolata grandiflora

Tickseed

95.

3.

Campanula glomerata

Clustered Bellflower

96.

7.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

97.

7.

Phlox divaricata

Early Blue Phlox

98.

5.

Delphinium elatum

Tall Larkspur

99.

7.

Veronica longifolia subsessilis

Speedwell

100.

12.

Rose Christine Wright

Climbing Pink Rose

I0I

5.

Stokesia cyanea

Stoke's Aster

102.

5.

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

103.

7.

Aquilegia vulgaris

Columbine

104.

7.

Phlox Miss Lingard

Early White Phlox

105.

7.

Centaurea montana

Hardy Cornflower

106.

5.

Dianthus plumarius

Snow Queen

107.

7.

Iris pallida dalmatica

Lavender Flag, White, Pink

108.

5.

Dianthus plumarius Homer

Hardy Pink

109.

IO

Plumbago Larpentae

Leadwort

110.

5.

Platycodon grandiflorum

Bellflower

111.

5.

Coreopsis grandiflora

Tickseed

112.

9.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

113.

12.

Aster blue (annuals)

114.

3.

Paeonia l'Esperance

Pink Peony

115.

5.

Funkia caerulea

Blue Day Lily

116.

I0.

Delphinium formosum

Tall Larkspur

117.

12.

Lilium candidum

Madonna Lily

118.

5.

Potentilla Vulcan

Crimson Cinquefoil

119.

7.

Chrysanthemum Autumn Queen

Pink Chrysanthemum

120.

7.

Aquilegia vulgaris

Columbine

121.

8.

Dianthus barbatus, white

Sweet William

122.

5.

Delphinium chinense

Chinese Larkspur

123.

I0.

Geum coccineum

Avens

124.

IO

Plumbago Larpentae

Leadwort

125.

5.

Platycodon grandiflorum

Bellflower

126.

9.

Dianthus plumarius Homer

Hardy Pink

127.

7.

Coreopsis grandiflora

Tickseed

128.

IO

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

129.

7.

Iris pallida dalmatica

Lavender Flag

130.

IO

Lilium candidum

Madonna Lily

131.

IO

Delphinium flormosum

Dark Blue Larkspur

132.

IO

Potentilla Vulcan

Crimson Cinquefoil

Fig. 114A

Plan and planting key to the garden illustrated in Fig. 114 See page 126, also pages 128, 129 and 132.

Key To Planting Plan Fig 114a Continued 122Key To Planting Plan Fig 114a Continued 123

Key

No.

Quan.

Common Name

Variety

133.

7.

Aquilegia vulgaris

Columbine

134.

5.

Funkia ovatus

Blue Day Lily

135.

0.

Dianthus barbatus

Sweet William

136.

9.

Chrysanthemum Autumn Queen

Pink Hardy Chrysanthemum

137.

9.

5.

Linum perenne

Hardy Flax

138.

7.

Centaurea montana

Hardy Cornflower

139.

7.

Delphinium elatum

Tall Larkspur

140.

IO

Aquilegia vulgaris

Blue Columbine

141.

IO

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

142.

IO

Clematis Davidiana

Perennial Clematis

143.

5.

Veronica longifolia subsessilis

Speedwell

144.

IO

Phlox divaricata

Early Blue Phlox

I4S

7.

Campanula Dahurica

Bellflower

I46.

6.

Stokesia cyanea

Stoke's Aster

147.

5.

Coreopsis longifolia grandiflora

Tickseed

I48.

5.

Aster laevis

Hardy Aster Lavender

149.

5.

Delphinium, Gold Medal Hybrids

Tall Larkspur

I50.

7.

Lupinus polyphyllus

Lupines

151.

7.

Pentstemon barbatus hybrids

Beard's Tongue

152.

8.

Iris pallida dalmatica

Lavender Flag

153.

11.

Platycodon grandiflorum

Japanese Bellflower

154.

5.

Aconitum Napellus

Monkshood

155.

IO

Scabiosa japonica

Blue Bonnet

156.

9.

Delphinium elatum

Tall Larkspur

157.

IO

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

158.

7.

Veronica longifolia subsessilis

Speedwell

159.

5.

Delphinium chinense

Chinese Larkspur

160.

7.

Phlox amoena

Early Pink Phlox

161.

5.

Sedum spectabile

Live Forever

162.

IO

Geum coccineum

Avens

163.

IO

Aquilegia chrysantha

Yellow Columbine

164.

5.

Chrysanthemum Julia Lagravere

Red Chrysanthemum

165.

9.

Pentstemon barbatus

Beard's Tongue

166.

8.

Phlox Rheinstrom

Salmon Pink Hardy Phlox

167.

IO

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

168.

IO

Digitalis purpurea

Foxgloves

169.

9.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

170.

IO

Iris aurea

Yellow Flags

171.

5.

Chrysanthemum Golden Mme. Martha

Golden Chrysanthemum

172.

IO

Dianthus Newport Pink

Pink Sweet William

173.

7.

Aquilegia chrysantha

Yellow Columbine

174.

7.

Papaver orientale

Oriental Poppy

I7S

7.

Delphinium chinense alba

White Chinese Larkspur

176.

5.

Anemone japonica Queen Charlotte

Pink Japanese Anemone

177.

7.

Doronicum excelsum

Leopard's Bane

178.

5.

Phlox Coquelicot

Scarlet Phlox

179.

9.

Digitalis purpurea alba

White Foxglove

180.

11.

Gaillardia grandiflora

Blanket Flower

181.

IO

Dianthus barbatus, white

Sweet William

182.

IO

Gladiolus Wm. Falconer

183.

5.

Chrysanthemum Golden Mme. Martha

Golden Chrysanthemum

184.

5.

Sedum spectabile

Live Forever

185.

9.

Coreopsis lanceolata

Tickseed

186.

9.

Phlox amcena

Dwarf Early Pink Phlox

187.

5.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Iris

188.

7.

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

189.

7.

Aquilegia canadensis

Red Columbine

190.

5.

Chrysanthemum Autumn Queen

Pink Hardy Chrysanthemum

191.

7.

Dianthus barbatus, white

Sweet William

192.

5.

Coreopsis grandiflora

Tickseed

193.

7.

Gaillardia grandiflora

Blanket Flower

194.

7.

Paeonia Van Houttei

Peony

195.

5.

Rudbeckia fulgida

Black-eyed Susan

196.

7.

Heuchera sanguineum

Coral Bells

197.

IO

Gypsophila paniculata

Baby's Breath

198.

12.

Buxus pyramidalis

Pyramidal Box, 4-5'

199.

8.

Juniperus Cannarti

Pyramidal Cedar, 4-5'

200.

3000.

Dwarf Box for edging

6-8"

201.

48.

Tall Pink Geraniums

202.

4.

Crataegus Oxycantha

Standard Eng. Hawthorn, 6" stems

The entire garden area should be on one plane if it is possible to so construct it at not too great an expense. This level should be somewhat below the established grade of the house line (Fig. 113). Where the slope of the ground is too steep for such treatment, two or three levels may be established. A garden constructed on different levels may be made very interesting, as it affords an opportunity to introduce many architectural features and to vary greatly the planting on the different planes.