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Botanical Name Common Name Exposure Size  Bloom Time Flower Color Comment
Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress Sun 60 Ft.  a stately, deciduous columnar conifer with short, spreading branches
Thuja 'Green Giant' Green Giant Arborvitae Sun 60 Ft.     tight pyramidal evergreen ~ a very fast grower
Thuja occidentalis  ‘Hetz Midget’ Dwarf Arborvitae Sun to Part Shade 1 to 2 ft      Dwarf. Globe-shaped habit. Green evergreen foliage.
Thuja occidentalis ''Smaragd' (formerly 'Emerald Green') American Arborvitae Sun to Part Shade 10 to 15 Ft. x 3 to 4 Ft. a narrow, compact pyramid
Tiarella 'Candy Striper' Foamflower Part Shade to Shade 10 In. Early Spring Pink flushed white huge, lush green leaves with a dark, stippled stripe in the center of each lobe
Tiarella ‘Fingerpaint’ Foamflower Part Shade to Shade 9 in by 12 in Spring to Summer White centers of the leaves have burgundy blotches
Tiarella 'Spring Symphony’ Foamflower Part Shade to Shade 6 In. by 10 In. Spring to Summer Pink green leaves with black centers ~ clump former
Tiarella ‘Sugar and Spice’ Foamflower Part Shade to Shade 8 In. by 13 In. Spring Pink flushed white a clump former with dark centers on dissected leaves
Tiarella cordifolia ‘Running Tapestry’ Running Foamflower Part Shade to Shade 10 In. Early Spring Cream green leaves with black centers ~ an excellent groundcover
Tricyrtis formosana
Toad Lily Part Shade to Shade 20 to 28 in Summer to Fall White with crimson spots White flowers with crimson spots
Trollius x cTrollius x cultorum 'New Moon' Globeflower Sun to Part Shade 2 4 in by 16 to 20 in Spring to Summer Pale yellow  large, creamy yellow flowers on strong, upright stems 

Updated December, 2017

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