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  • IPM Unit Plants
  • Dogwood Cornus florida• Plant type: Deciduous, Flowering Tree• USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9a• Height: 15 – 30’• Exposure: shade to full sun• Bloom Color: White or Pink• Bloom Time: Spring• Short-lived tree – 25 years• Landscape Uses: Specimen, Woodland garden• Commercial cultivar of native tree• Many other species: Chinese, Japanese, Osier
  • Hosta• Herbaceous, perennial• USDA Zone: 4a – 9a• 10 – 12” tall, 24 – 32” wide• Full shade to part shade• Blooms Mid Summer: Purple, white• Green or variegated• Border, Container, Foundation, Ground cover,• Deer favorite
  • Knock-out Rose• Deciduous flowering shrub• Full sun to part-shade• Grows 3-4 wide x 3-4 tall.• USDA Zone 5 – 11• Colors: Pink, white, red, & yellow• The most widely sold rose in North America.• Easy to grow and do not require special care – disease resistant – bloom every 5-6 weeks until the first hard frost. – self-cleaning• A once a year cut (to about 12-18" above the ground) in early spring• Use as hedge, or specimen plant
  • FoxgloveDigitalis• Plant type: Biennial, Herb,• USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8a• Height: 2-5’• Exposure: partial shade to full sun• Bloom Color: Pink, Purple, White• Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer• Landscape Uses: Border, Container, Massing, Specimen, Woodland garden• All or parts of this plant are poisonous• Suitable for cut flowers during 2nd year• Extract used for heart medicine
  • Forsythia• Plant type: Shrub• USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 8b• Height: 6’ to 10’ Spread: 5’ to 8’• Exposure: partial shade to full sun• Bloom Color: Yellow• Bloom Time: Early spring, Mid spring• Moisture: moist• Form: Upright or erect• Landscape Uses: Erosion control, Screen• Usually the first color in spring landscape
  • English IvyHedera• Evergreen Vine• Hardiness Zone: 5-9• Height, Spread – Climbs readily to over 20’• Exposure: Part sun to shade• Uses: Ground cover, grows over trellises, containers• Can be invasive• Very tough and durable
  • SolidagoGolden Rod• Plant type: Perennial• USDA Hardiness Zones: 5-9• Height: 24-36”, Spread: 12-18”• Exposure: Full Sun• Bloom Color: Yellow• Bloom Time: Mid summer - Mid fall• Leaf Color: Green• Landscape Uses: Border, Container, Foundation, Seashore, Specimen, Woodland garden• Special Features: Attractive foliage, North American native, Naturalizing, Suitable for cut flowers, Suitable for dried flowers
  • Redbud Cercis canadensis• Plant type: Deciduous, Flowering, Tree• USDA Hardiness Zones: 4b to 9a• Height & Spread: 15 to 30’• Exposure: partial shade to full sun• Bloom Color: Lavender, Pink, Purple• Bloom Time: Early spring, Late spring, Mid spring• Growth Rate: fast• Landscape Uses: Specimen, Street tree, Woodland garden• Native tree with commercial cultivars