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Suncadia and Tumble Creek

Approved Plant List

 

 BOTANICAL NAME    COMMON NAME
 TREES
 Abies lasiocarpa  Alpine Fir    (Limit 3 trees per property)
 Acer circinatum  Vine Maple

 Acer glabrum  Rocky Mountain Maple

 Alnus sinuate  Alder, Sitka

 Cornus nuttali  Western Flowering Dogwood

 Larix occidentalis  Western Larch

 Pinus ponderosa  Ponderosa Pine

 Populus tremuloides  Quaking Aspen

 Sorbus sitchensis  Mountain Ash (Sitka)

 Tsuga mertensia  Mountain Hemlock

 TALL SHRUBS
 Corylus cornuta  Hazelnut

 Crataegus douglasii  Hawthorn

 Holodiscus discolor  Ocean Spray

 

 Philadelphus lewisii  Mock Orange

 

 Physocarpus capitatus  Pacific Ninebark

 

 Prunus emarginata  Bittercherry

 Prunus virginiana Common Chokecherry

 

SMALL AND MEDIUM SHRUBS
 Amelanchier alnifolia  Western Serviceberry

 Cornus serica  Red Osier Dogwood

 Mahonia aquifolium  Oregon Grape, Shining

 Potentilla fruiticosa  Shrubby Cinquefoil

 Ribies sanguineum  Blood Currant

 Ribies spp  Red or Golden Currant

 Rosa gymnocarpa  Baldhip Rose

 Rosa nutkana  Nootka Rose

 Rosa woodsii  Wood Rose

 Rubus parviflorus  Thimbleberry

 Spirea betulifolia  Shiny Leaf Spirea

 Spirea douglasii  Douglas’ spirea; hardhack

 Symphoricarpos albus  Common Snowberry

 Thalictrum occidentale  Western Meadowrue

 Vaccinium parvifolium  Red Huckleberry

 GROUND COVER
 Apocynum androsaemifolium  Spreading Dogbane
 Arctostaphylos uva ursi  Kinnikinnick
 Asarum caudatum  Wild Ginger
 Calamagrostis rubescens  Pinegrass
 Carex geyeri  Elk Sedge
 Ceanothus prostratus  Squaw Carpet, Mahala Mat
 Clintonia uniflora  Beadily Queens Cup
 Cornus canadensis  Canadian Bunchberry (spreading)
 Eriogonum spp  Buckwheats (spreading) Several spp all OK IF native
 Erigonum umbellatum  Sulfur Buckwheat (Mat Forming)
 Festuca Idahoensis  Idaho Fescue
 Fragaria virginiana vesca  Wild Strawberry
 Fragaria spp  Woodland Strawberry
 Gymnocarpium dryopteris  Oak Fern
 Juniperus communis  Common Juniper
 Linnaea borealis  Western Twinflower
 Mahonia nervosa  Oregon Grape, Cascade
 Mahonia repens  Oregon Grape, Creeping
 Pachistima myrsinites  Oregon Boxwood (Myrtle)
 Penstemon fruticosus  Shrubby Penstemon
 Phlox difusa  Spreading Phlox
 Rubus pedatus  Strawberry Bramble
 Smilacina stellate  Starry Solomon-plune
 Streptopus rosus  Rosy Twistedstalk
 Trientalis latifolia  Broad-leaved Starflower
 GRASSES
 Calamagrostis rubescens  Pinegrass
 Festuca idahoensis  Idaho Fescue
 Festuca rubra  Creeping Red Fescue
 Carex geyeri  Elk Sedge
 WILDFLOWERS
 Achlys triphylla  Vanilla Leaf
 Anaphalis margaritacea  Pearly Everlasting
 Aralia nudicaulis  Wild Sarsaparilla
 Arnica cordifolia  Heartleaf Arnica
 Balsamorhiza sagittata  Arrowleaf Balsamroot
 Castilleja spp.  Indian Paintbrush
 Lathyrus spp.  Peavine
 Lonicera ciliosa  West Trumpet Honeysuckle
 Lupinus latifolius  Broadleaf Lupine
 Lupinus laxiflorus  Spurred Lupine
 Osmorhiza chilensis  Sweetroot Sweet-cicely
 Osmorhiza occidentalis  Western Sweet-cicely
 Trillium ovatum  White Trillium
 Vicia disperma  Vetch
GRASSES/EROSION CONTROL MIX
 New Suncadia Mix  Chariot Hard Fescue 39.85%
VNS Sheep Fescue 39.10%
Canbar Canby Bluegrass 92%
PROHIBITED PLANTS
 Abies grandis  Grand Fir
 Acer rubrum “Bowhall”  Bowhall Red Maple
 Calamagrostis x acutiflora  Feather Reed Grasses
 Carex o. garberi “evergold”  Gold carex
 Ceanothus velutinus  Snowbrush, Red Root (extremely flammable and attracts deer)
 Cornus alba  White Dogwood
 Echinacea purpurea  Cornflower
 Festuca glauca  Blue Fescue
 Helictotrichon sempervirens  Blue Oat Grass
 Miscanthus sinensis  Maiden Grass
 Physocarpus malvaceus  Mallow Ninebark
 Physocarpus opulifolius “diabolo”  Diabolo Ninebark
 Polystichum minitum  Western Sword fern
 POA Glauca  Glaucus Bluerass
 Polystichum mintum  Western Sword Fern
 Populus tremoloides “erecta”  Swedish Aspen
 Prunus yedoensia ‘Akebono’  Flowering Cherry
 Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’  Flowering Pear
 Rudbeckia hirta  Blackeyed Susan
 Sambucus nigra  Blue Elderberry
 Salvia officinalis  Sage
 Spirea Japonica “goldflame”  Japanese Spirea
 Thuja plicata  Western Red Cedar
 Vaccinium ovatum  Evergreen Huckleberry
 PLEASE NOTE:
 Pseudotsuga manziesii Douglas Fir –This is strongly discouraged! Please do not use this as a choice. If it is absolutely necessary, we must insist that the trees originate from local parents in Seed Zone 631, and evidence must be provided to verify this.