D:

Daffodils

Day Lily

Delphinium

Dracaena

E:

Easter Lily

Elderberry

Elephant Ear

English Ivy

Eucalyptus

F:

Ferns

Four O'ClockH

Foxglove

G:

Geranium

Gladiolas

Glory Lily

H:

Holly

Hydrangea

I:

Iris


Pet-Safe Gardening 

We at Gooseberry Creek love our pets and know that  many of you are pet lovers, too! What we want most is for our gardens to be safe for our pets when they're outside. Below we have provided a partial list of plants to watch out for that are dangerous to pets. These toxic time-bombs range in the severity of their effects.

To learn more about plants that may put your animals at risk, visit the Pet Poison Helpline: www.petpoisonhelpline.com/poisons

Meet Gunner

Look for Gunner at Gooseberry Creek Garden Center. He will be bringing attention to plants that are not pet-friendly.

T:

Tiger Lily

Tobacco

Tomato

Tulips

V:

Virginia Creeper

W:

Water Hemlock

Weeping Fig

Wisteria

Y:

Yucca

P:

Peace Lily

Peony

Periwinkle

Philodendron

Poinsettia

Poppy

Primrose

R:

Reed Lily

Rhododendrons

Rhubarb

Ribbon Plant

Rubber Tree Plant

Rubrum Lily

S:

Shamrock

Skunk Cabbage

Snowdrops

Spider Lily

Star of Bethlehem

Stargazer Lily

Stinging Nettle

Sweet Pea



J:

Jack -in-the-Pulpit

Jungle Trumpet

K:

Kaffir Lily

L:

Lace Fern

Lantana

Larkspur

Leeks

Lilies

Lily of the Valley

Lupine

M:

Milkweek

Monkshood

Morning Glory

Mother-in-Law's Tongue

N:

Narcissus

Needlepoint Ive

Nightshade

O:

Oriental Lily



A:

Amaryllis

American Bittersweet

Angel's Trumpet

Arrowhead Vine

Asparagus Fern

Autumn Crocus

Azalea

B:

Baby's Breath

Baneberry

Bear Grass

Bird of Paradise

Black Locust

Bleeding Hearts

Bloodroot

Branching Ivy

Burning Bush

Buttercup

C:

Caladium

Calla Lily

Chives

Chokeberry

Chrysantemum

Clematis

Crocus