We have many of the the following trees in our yard:
9 maples, 41 columnar apple trees, 2 standard peach, 5 columnar peach, 3 Cherry, 3 Fat Albert pines, European ash, 2 jonathan apples, 1 golden delicious apple, 1 granny smith apple, 3 big leaf linden trees, gala gala apple, scarlet gala apple, standard apricot, Canadian choke cherry, Stanley plum, and 4 spruce.
As for plants we have: salvias in many varieties, decorative thistle, poppies, peonies, asters, delphinium, rudebekia in many varieties, Russian sage, sedum in different varieties, yarrow small and large, huchera, hardy hibiscus, trumpet vines, forsythia bush, bridal vail bush, lilacs, butterfly bush, caryopteris, shasta daisy, roses, burning bushes, lillies, gallardia, bee balm, water iris, hostas, ferns, phlox, weigelia, penstemon, chives, parsley, garlic, shallots, vegetables and onions.
There are many favorite individuals in our garden. The best parts of our garden are those individuals that make up groups: flowering fruit trees and bushes, seasonal perennials, and the flowering annuals. All of these are grown for the benefits of the bees who increase the garden yield from 50 to 100 percent. In addition, they provided 30 gallons of honey last season.
All of these are grown for the benefits of the bees who increase the garden yield from 50 to 100 percent.
For sale will be the following: coleus, marigolds, tomatoes, geraniums, impatiens, peppers, phlox, butterfly weed, sweet william, arizona apricot gallardia, hostas, monarda, celery, arizona sun gallardia, lupine, salvia, and forget me knots.