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SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW,
SOMETHING YADA YADA YADA

SLIDE PRESENTATION - BARRY GLICK
NINTH ANNUAL PERENNIALS CONFERENCE
CHEEKWOOD BOTANIC GARDEN
02 & 03 OCTOBER 1998 NASHVILLE TN

Slide List - Acknowledgements - Bibliography - Resources

Slides 1-160

1. Sanguinaria canadensis ‘Multiplex’
    (Double Bloodroot)

2. Gladiolus x gandavensis
    (Interspecific Gladiola Hybrid)

3. Gladiolus x gandavensis
    (Production field)

4. Gladiolus ‘Atom’ (1946)
    (Early Gladiola Hybrid)

5. Gladiolus byzantinus (1629)
    (Gladiolus species)

6 Narcissus x medioluteus
    ‘Twin Sisters’ (1597)

7. Narcissus
    ‘Irene Copeland’ (1923)

8. Tulipa
    ‘Lac van Rijn’ (1620)

9. Tulipa
    ‘Prince of Austria’ (1860)

10. Tulipa
    ‘Peach Blossom’ (1890)

11. Hyacinthus
    ‘Distinction’ (1880)

12. Hyacinthus
    (Several Victorian Relics) (1860-1927)

13. Crocus tommasinianus
    (Crocus species) (1847)

14. Crocus vernus ‘King of the Striped’ (1880)
    (Crocus selection)

15. Iris
    'Rosy Wings' (1935) + 'Plumeri' (1830)

16. Iris
    'Sambucina' (pre-16th century)

17. Iris
    'Sherwin Wright' (1915)

18. Iris
    'Victorine' (1840)

19. Iris
    'Princess Viktoria Luise' (1910)

20. Rosa
    R. damascena 'York and Lancaster'(pre-1629)

21. Rosa
    R. alba 'Maxima'(pre-1867)

22. Rosa
    R. alba 'Semi-Plena'(pre-1867)

23. Rosa
    R. gallica 'Officinalis'(pre-1600)

24. Rosa
    R. damascena 'Prof. Emile Perrot'(1931)

25. Aquilegia ‘Old English Pink’
    (Columbine)

26. Semiaquilegia eclaracata ‘Flore Plena’
    (Double Semiaquilegia)

27. Aquilegia clematiflora
    (Columbine species)

28. Aquilegia ‘Double White’
    (Double white Columbine)

29. Aquilegia ‘Blackie’
    (Black Columbine)

30. Asarum canadense
    (Wild Ginger)

31. Hexastylis europea
    (European Wild Ginger)

32. Hexastylis virginica
    (Evergreen Virginia Wild Ginger)

33. Hexastylis arifolium
    (Arrowleaf Evergreen Wild Ginger)

34. Hexastylis shuttleworthii
    (Shuttleworths Wild Ginger)

35. Hexastylis splendens
    (Asian Wild Ginger)

36. Oxalis violaceae
    (Violet Wood Sorrell)

37. Polemonium pauciflorum
    (Western Jacobs Ladder)

38. Alstromeria pscittacina
    (A Brazilian Species)

39. Galtonia candicans
    (Summer Hyacinth)

40. Galtonia viridiflora
    (Green Summer Hyacinth)

41. Allium cernuum
     (Nodding Onion)

42. Allium maximowiczii album
    (Dwarf White Onion)

43. Allium tricoccum
    (Ramps)

44. Clintonia umbellulata
    (Clintons Lily)

45. Streptopus roseus
    (Twisted Stalk)

46. Tulipa urumiensis
    (Species Tulip)

47. Schizostylis coccinea
    (Kafir Lily)

48. Chamaelirium luteum
    (Devils Bit, Fairy Wand)

49. Disporopsis pernyi
    (No Common Name)

50. Kniphofia thompsonii snowdenii
    (Torch lily)

51. Hypoxis hirsuta
    (Yellow Star Grass)

52. Hosta laevigata
    (Hosta Species-Korea)

53. Heuchera ‘Oakington Jewel’
    (H. americana selection)

54. Bergenia ciliata
    (Himalayan Bergenia Species)

55. Acerophyllum rossii
    (No Common Name)

56. Peltiphyllum peltatum
    (Umbrella Plant)

57. Ophiopogon planiscapus nigrescens
    (Black Mondo Grass)

58. Meehania cordata
    (Meehans Mint)

59. Ajuga ‘Carol’
    (Bugleweed Selection)

60. Ajuga ‘Pats Selection’
    (Bugleweed Selection)

61. Scuttelaria altissima
    (Skullcap Species)

62. Phlomis fruticosa
    (Jerusalem Sage)

63. Codonopsis ovata
    (Bonnet Bellflower-Climbing Tree)

64. Codonopsis ovata
    (Bonnet Bellflower-Flower Closeup)

65. Campanula ‘Dwarf Tornado’
    (Bellflower Culivar)

66. Campanula ‘Costellation’
    (Bellflower Cultivar)

67. Cyclamen hederifolium
    (Hardy Cyclamen Species)

68. Cyclamen coum
    (Hardy Cyclamen Species)

69. Polygala paucifolia
    (Gay Wings)

70. Sanguisorba tenuifolia atropurpurea
    (Korean Burnet-Foliage)

71. Sanguisorba tenuifolia atropurpurea
    (In flower)

72. Sanguisorba tenuifolia atropurpurea
    (Flower Closeup)

73. Geum ‘Georgenburg’
    (Avens selection)

74. Potentilla alba
    (Cinquefoil species)

75. Waldenstenia fragarioides
    (Barren Strawberry)

76. Porteranthus trifoliatus
    (Indian Physic, Bowmans Root)

77. Spigelia marilandica
    (Indian Pink)

78. Hedera helix ‘Goldheart’
    (English Ivy Cultivar)

79. Oenothera ‘Cold Crick’
    (Evening Primrose Cultivar)

80. Viola ‘Molly Sanderson’
    (Black Viola)

81. Spiranthes cernuua ‘Chadds Ford’
    (Nodding Ladies Tresses cultivar)

82. Spiranthes cernuua ‘Chadds Ford’
    (Flower Closeup)

83. Spiranthes cernuua ‘Chadds Ford’
    (New Plant Formation)

84. Actea pachypoda
    (Doll Eyes, Baneberry-In Flower)

85. Actea pachypoda
    (In Fruit)

86. Xanthorhiza simplicissima
    (Yellow Root)

87. Xanthorhiza simplicissima
    (Closeup in Autumn Color)

88. Clematis stans
    (Asian Clematis Species)

89. Delphinium tricorne
    (Dwarf Larkspur)

90. Trautvetteria caroliniensis
    (Tasslerue)

91. Thalictrum lucidum
    (Meadow Rue Species-Foliage)

92. Thalictrum lucidum
    (Meadow Rue Species-Flowers)

93. Trollius laxus
    (Globeflower species)

94. Trollius ledebourii
    (Globeflower species)

95. Veronicastrum sibiricum
    (Siberian Culvers Root)

96. Verbascum chaixii ‘Album’
    (White European Mullein)

97. Penstemon eriantherus
    (Beardtongue Species)

98. Mazus reptans
    (No Common Name)

99. Digitalis parviflora
    (Foxglove species)

100. Phuopsis stylosa
    (Crosswort)

101. Marshallia grandiflora
    (Barbara’s Buttons)

102. Marshallia grandiflora

(Barbara’s Buttons-Flower Closeup)

103. Echinops ‘Arctic Glow’
    (White Flowered Thistle)

104. Eupatorium cannabinum ‘Flore Plena’
    (Double Flowered Joe Pye Weed)

105. Artemisia lactiflora
    (Chinese Mugwort or Wormwood)

106. Centaurea macrocephala
    (Knapweed species)

107. Centaurea macrocephala
    (Knapweed species-Flower closeup)

108. Heracium venosum
    (Rattlesnake Weed)

109. Sedum cauticolum
    (Sedum Species)

110. Sedum ‘Cape Blanco’
    (Sedum Cultivar)

111. Sedum & Sempervivum Design
    (Succulent Art at Squaw Mountain)

112. Chaerophyllum hirsutum roseum
    (Garden Chervil)

113. Zizea aurea
    (Golden Alexanders)

114. Angelica polymorpha
    (No Common Name)

115. Iris virginica Tetraploid Form
    (Tetraploid Virginia Iris)

116. Geranium ‘Walters Gift’
    (Hardy Geranium cultivar)

117. Cymophyllus fraseri
    (Frasers Sedge)

118. Carex conica variegata
    (Variegated Japanese Sedge)

119. Plieoblastus distichus variegata
    (Variegated Dwarf Bamboo)

120. Luzula nivea
    (Tufted Woodrush)

121. Helleborus foetidus
    (Stinking Hellebore)

122. Helleborus foetidus
    (In flower)

123. Helleborus foetidus ‘Wester Flisk’
    (Named cultivar with red stems)

124. Helleborus argutifolius
    (Corsican Hellebore)

125. Helleborus argutifolius
    (In flower)

126. Helleborus x sternii
    (H. lividus x H. argutifolius)

127. Helleborus niger
    (Christmas Rose)

128. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Slaty Blue)

129. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Green spotted)

130. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Pink spotted)

131. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Picotee)

132. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-4 Sepal rvs Picotee)

133. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Fluted nectaries)

134. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-White spotted-Star shape)

135. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Dark star in throat)

136. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Picotee on outer sepals)

137. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Reverse picotee)

138. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Pink spotted)

139. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-Creamy pink spotted)

140. Helleborus x hybridus
    (Lenten Rose-fluted, extended nectaries)

141. Helleborus x hybridus
     (Lenten Rose-Doubling genetics)

142. Helleborus x hybridus
     (Lenten Rose-Black)

143. Helleborus x hybridus
     (Lenten Rose-In snow)

144. Hellebore Breeding
     (Hand pollination)

145. Hellebore Breeding
     (Pregnant flower)

146. Hellebore seeds
     (Ready for sowing)

147. Hellebore Hybrids
     (Newest Colors)

148. Campanula persicifolia
     'Double White'

149. Myosotis
     'Gold 'n Sapphires'

150. x Heucherella
     'Viking Ship'

151. Pulmonaria
     'Silver Streamers'

152. Pachysandra procumbens
     (Allegheny Spurge in flower)

153. Pachysandra procumbens
     (Summer foliage)

154. Pachysandra procumbens
     (Autumn/Winter color)

155. Euphorbia myrsinites
     (Euphorbia species)

156. Euphorbia griffithii ‘Fireglow’
     (Euphorbia cultivar)

157. Euphorbia polychroma
     (Euphorbia species)

158. Euphorbia ‘Jesse’
     (Interspecific Euphorbia cross)

159. Euphorbia ‘Jesse’
     (Interspecific Euphorbia cross)

160. My Mentor A.E.N.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

WITHOUT HELP FROM THE FOLLOWING FOLKS, I WOULDN’T BE HERE TODAY

My deepest THANKS to Christy Matasick, Horticultural Manager, Cheekwood Arboretum, for taking a chance and having faith in a crazy person and to Jacqueline Broughton for trusting Christy.

To Dr. Arthur O. Tucker, Professor of Horticulture, Delaware State University, Dover Delaware, possibly the most brilliant man on Earth and a perpetual inspiration.

To Scott Kunst, owner of Old House Gardens in Ann Arbor Michigan. A limitless fountain of knowledge on heirloom bulbs and plants.

To Dian Mcconnel, owner of Heritage Plants in Richmond Virginia for turning me on to her marvelous collection of Antique Iris.

To my dear friend Dan Heims of Terra Nova Nurseries, Portland Oregon for sharing his latest hot plant introductions and for his continued support and encouragement.

And to you, the attendees for your desire to learn more about plants and to become better gardeners.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Try some of the following books and old catalogs to further your interest:

Herbaceous Perennial Plants-Alan Armitage1989-Varsity Press-Athens GA
Perennials for American Gardens-Nicholas Eckstrom & Ruth Clausen-1989-Random House-NY-NY
Perennials Volume 1 & 2 -Roger Phillips and Martin Rix-1991-Random House-NY-NY
Roses-Roger Phillips and Martin Rix-1988-Random House-NY-NY
Gardening With Native Wildflowers-1990-Sam Jones & Leonard Foote-Timber Press-Portland OR
A Source Book of Cultvar Names-1995-Tucker, Kunst et al
1882 Thornburgs Bulb Catalog-1882-Reprinted by Old House Gardens-Ann Arbor MI
Garden Bulbs For The South-Scott Ogden-1994-Old House Gardens-Ann Arbor MI
Adventures with Hardy Bulbs-Gertrude Jekyll-1936-Reprinted 1998-Old House Gardens-Ann Arbor MI
My Garden in Spring-E.A.Bowles-1914-Reprinted 1997-Old House Gardens-Ann Arbor MI
Who Does Your Garden Grow-1992-Alex Pankhurst-Earl’s Eye Publishing-Dedham U.K.
Passalong Plants-Steve Bender & Felder Rushing-1993-UNC Press-Chapel Hill NC
Antique Flower Series-Perennials-Annuals-Country Flowers-Bulbs-Rob Proctor-Harper Row-NY

RESOURCES

Many of the plants seen today are available at the following locations:

GroWild, Inc. - 7190 Hill Hughes Road - Fairview TN 37062 - 615-799-1910
Moore & Moore - 106 Harding Place - Nashville TN 37205 - 615-352-3271
Moore & Moore West - 8216 Hwy 100 - Nashville TN 37221 - 615-662-8849

By Mail order from:
Heirloom Old Garden Roses - John Clements - 24062 NE Riverside Dr - St Paul OR 97137 - 503-538-1576
Heritage Plants - Dian McConnel - 2201 Stratford Rd. - Richmond VA 23225 - 804-327-0987
Old House Gardens - Scott Kunst - 535 Third St. - AnnArbor MI 48103 -734-995-1486
Sunlight Gardens-Andrea Sessions - 174 Golden Lane-Andersonville TN 37705 - 423-494-8237
Brent & Beckys Bulbs (Formerly Daffodil Mart) - Rt 3 Box 794 - Gloucester VA 23061 - 804-693-6339
Superstition Iris Gardens - 2536 Old Hwy - Catheys Valley CA 95306
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange - PO Box 158 - North Garden VA 22959

THANKS FOR COMING TODAY
BARRY GLICK
SUNSHINE FARM & GARDENS
RENICK WV 24966 USA
304-497-2208

Email barry@sunfarm.com
http://www.sunfarm.com/

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