Wilmington Design Standards for Historic Districts and Landmarks

6 5 4 3 2 1 Appendices and Additional Resources Design Standards WILMINGTON HISTORIC DISTRICTS AND LANDMARKS 120 7 Appendix C - Suggested Plants Scien Ɵ fi c Name Type Achillea fi lipendulina Fernleaf Yarrow Achillea millefolium rosea Yarrow or Milfoil variety Achillea tomentosa Downy Yarrow, Wooly Yarrow Althaea rosea Hollyhock Alyssum repens var. wierzbickii Yellow Chamomile, Golden Marguerite Anthemis Ɵ nctoria Yellow Chamomile, Golden Marguerite An Ɵ rrhinum glu Ɵ nosum Snapdragon Aquilegia chrysantha Golden or Golden-spurred Columbine, “probably the best because it produces golden-yellow fl owers all summer” Aster shor Ɵ i Aster As Ɵ lbe japonica Spiraea (of fl orists), (shade) Campanula isophylla var. alba Bell fl ower (shade to sun) Canna x generallis Garden canna (shade) Chrysanthemum maximum Max Chrysanthemums or Daisy – Known in many forms, as King Edward VII, Chrysanthemum Daisy, Shasta Daisy Clema Ɵ s heracleifolia var. davidiana Clema Ɵ s Coreopsis sp. Golden Coreopsis, perhaps C. drummondii or C. basalis , Golden Wave Coreopsis lanceolata Tickseed Cortaderia selloana Pampas Grass Crocus susianus Cloth-of-gold Crocus Crocus vernus Crocus Crocus versicolor Crocus Dahlia sp. Dahlias, especially singles, which “have been deservedly increasing in reputa Ɵ on of late” Parsons. Delphinium cheilanthum var. formosum Beau Ɵ ful Larkspur, Garland Larkspur Delphinium elatum Tall Larkspur, Candle or Bee Larkspur Delphinium nudicaule Red Larkspur Dianthus caryophyllius Carna Ɵ on, Pinks Digitalis purpurea Foxglove Euphorbia corollata Flowering Spurge Ficus elas Ɵ ca Rubber Plant Filicales Ferns, especially na Ɵ ve species in naturalis Ɵ c se ƫ ngs (shade) Gypsophila paniculata Baby’s-Breath Flowers