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Abies balsamea (Pinus abies canadesis; balm of Gilead fir) [2 references]

– acacia [4 references + 1 subentry]

Alnus maritima, betula (“Sea side Alder”) [2 references]

– althea, id. (Hibiscus syriacus) [1 reference]

Amorpha cœrulea (bastard indigo) [1 reference]

Amorpha fruticosa (bastard indigo) [1 reference]

Andromeda axillaris (bog rosemary) [2 references]

– apple [6 references + 11 subentries]

– apricot [6 references + 1 subentry]

Aristolochia macrophylla (Aristolochia sipho; Dutchman's pipe) [1 reference]

Aronia prunifolia (Mespilus prunifolia; chokeberry) [1 reference]

– artichoke [3 references + 1 subentry]

Arundo donax (maiden cane) [2 references]

– ash, white [4 references + 1 subentry]

– asparagus [2 references + 1 subentry]

– aspen [5 references + 1 subentry]

Baccharis halimifolia (groundsel tree) [1 reference]

– Barbadian fruit [5 references]

– Bartrams' botanical garden [1 reference]

Berberis canadensis (barberry) [1 reference]

Bignonia crucigera (“Cross Vine,” trumpet flower) [1 reference]

Bignonia semper virens (“Yellow Jasmin”) [1 reference]

– black alder or winterberry [4 references + 1 subentry]

– black gum [3 references + 1 subentry]

– black haw (Viburnum prunifolium) [3 references]

– botany and botanists referred to [12 references]

– box (Buxus sempervirens or arborescens) [3 references]

– bramble (double-flowering) [1 reference]

– broom [3 subentries]

– buckthorn, id. (Rhamnus alaternus) [1 reference]

Buxus aureus (gilded box) [2 references]

Callicarpa americana (“Bermudas Mulberry,” French mulberry, American beautyberry) [1 reference]

Calycanthus floridus (“Sweet shrub of Carolina”; Carolina allspice) [2 references]

Carpinus caroliniana (“Horn Beam”) [1 reference]

– catalpa [3 references + 1 subentry]

– cauliflower [1 reference]

– cedar [11 references + 1 subentry]

– cedars [5 references]

– cherry [9 references + 7 subentries]

– cherry tree, wild [1 reference]

– chestnut [4 references + 8 subentries]

– chinaberry or pride of China [9 references + 1 subentry]

– Chinese seed, received from Craik and Porter [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Clethra alnifolia (“Clethra,” sweet pepperbush) [1 reference]

– cobb nut [1 reference]

Colutea arborescens (bladder senna) [3 references]

– corn, in north garden [1 reference]

Cornus alba (Cornus perlata; swamp dogwood) [2 references]

Cornus mas (Cornelian cherry) [1 reference]

– covering plants [5 references]

– crab apple [13 references + 1 subentry]

Cratægus aria (hawthorn) [3 references]

Cupressus disticha (“Bald Cyprus”) [1 reference]

– cypress [4 references + 1 subentry]

Cytisus anagyroides laburnum, Laburnum anagyroides (goldenchain) [1 reference]

Daphne mezereum (mezereon, paradise plant) [2 references]

– digitalis [1 reference]

Dirca palustris (leather wood, “Leather Bark”) [1 reference]

– dogwood [9 references + 1 subentry]

– elm [5 references + 1 subentry]

– English white thorn [1 reference]

– euonymus [2 references + 1 subentry]

Euonymus americanus (spindle tree) [1 reference]

Euonymus atropurpureus (burning bush) [2 references]

– everlasting pea (Lathyrus latifolius) [7 references + 1 subentry]

– filbert or hazelnut [2 references + 1 subentry]

– flower fence, Barbados [4 references + 1 subentry]

Fothergilla gardenii (dwarf fothergilla, dwarf witchalder) [1 reference]

Franklinia alatamaha (Franklin tree) [2 references]

– French furze seed [5 references]

– fringe tree [6 references + 1 subentry]

– fruit trees [8 references]

– furze [3 references + 6 subentries]

– gardener, for Mount Vernon [10 references]

– gardens visited by GW [8 references]

Gaultheria procumbens (mountain tea, wintergreen) [1 reference]

Gleditsia triacanthos (honey locust) [6 references]

– golden chain tree, id. (Cytisus anagroides) [1 reference]

– gooseberry [2 references]

– grafting [5 references + 7 subentries]

– grapevine [4 references + 5 subentries]

– grass, lawn [5 subentries]

Grossularia canadenis (Ribes oxyacanthoides; “Prickly Gooseberry”) [2 references]

– guelder rose [3 references + 1 subentry]

– GW's Philadelphia garden [1 reference]

Halesia tetraptera (Carolina silverbell) [2 references]

Hedera helix (ivy) [2 references]

– hemlock [12 references + 1 subentry]

Hibiscus coccineus (scarlet rosemallow) [1 reference]

– hickory [3 subentries]

– honeysuckle [4 subentries]

– honeysuckle bush [1 reference]

– horse chestnut [5 references + 2 subentries]

Hydrangea arborescens [2 references]

Hypericum angustifolium [2 references]

Hypericum kalmianum (“Shrub of St. John's wort”) [3 references]

Ilex angustifolia (holly) [1 reference]

Ilex opaca (American holly) [7 references + 2 subentries]

– instructions for planting [1 reference]

Itea virginiana (Virginia sweetspire, Virginia willow, tassel-white) [1 reference]

Jeffersonia egrilla (iron wood) [1 reference]

– jessamine, Carolina yellow (Gelsemium sempervirens) [1 reference]

Juglans nigra (black walnut) [1 reference]

– juniper [1 reference]

Juniperus sabina (savin) [2 references]

– kale seed [1 reference]

Kalmia angustifolia (“Thyme leav'd Kalmia,” lambkill, sheep laurel) [2 references]

Kalmia latifolia (laurel) [1 reference]

– Kentucky coffee tree [4 references + 1 subentry]

– laburnum (ebony of the Alps) [1 reference]

– larkspur seed [1 reference]

– laurel [3 references]

– laurel (dwarf American) [1 reference]

Laurus æstivalis (bay tree) [1 reference]

Laurus nobilis (“Red Bay,” bay laurel, sweet bay) [2 references]

– lilac [6 references + 1 subentry]

– lima beans [1 reference]

– linden or lime [3 references + 1 subentry]

– locust [5 references + 4 subentries]

Lonicera inodora (honeysuckle) [1 reference]

Lonicera symphoricarpos (“Indian Currants”) [1 reference]

– magnolia [2 subentries]

Magnolia acuminata (“Cucumber Tree”) [1 reference]

– magnolia or sweet bay (swamp laurel), umbrella tree, or cucumber tree [4 references + 1 subentry]

Magnolia tripetala (“Umbrella Tree”) [1 reference]

Magnolia virginiana (Magnolia glauca; “Rose Laurel,” sweet bay, swamp magnolia) [2 references]

– mahogany [2 references + 1 subentry]

– manna ash [1 reference]

– maple [7 references + 7 subentries]

– medlar [2 references + 1 subentry]

Mespilus nivea (medlar, snowy mespilus) [1 reference]

Mespilus pubescens [2 references]

Mespilus pusilla [1 reference]

Mespilus pyracantha (Pyracantha coccinea; firethorn) [4 references]

Mimosa virgata [1 reference]

– mint (mentha sp.) [2 references]

– mock orange, id. (Philadelphus coronarius) [1 reference]

Morus alba (white mulberry) [2 references]

– mountain ash (roan tree) [1 reference]

– mountain laurel (illus., 4:91) [5 references + 1 subentry]

– Mount Vernon gardeners [2 references]

– mulberry [7 references + 2 subentries]

– mulberry (paper, Japanese) [1 reference]

Myrica gale (“Bog gale,” sweet gale, bog myrtle) [2 references]

– myrtle [1 reference]

– nut, physic or Barbados [4 references + 1 subentry]

– nut, pig [1 reference]

– oak [7 subentries]

– orange, Seville or sour [2 references + 1 subentry]

– ornamental grasses [1 reference]

Ostrya virginiana (hop hornbeam) [1 reference]

– paliurus or Jerusalem thorn [2 references + 1 subentry]

– palmetto royal [8 references + 1 subentry]

– pawpaw [5 references + 1 subentry]

– peach [11 references + 3 subentries]

– pear (Pyrus communis) [11 references + 11 subentries]

– pear trees [1 reference]

– pea, sweet [2 references + 1 subentry]

– pecan, (Carya illinoensis) [4 references]

– pepper [4 references + 2 subentries]

Periploca græca (silk vine) [1 reference]

– Persian jasmine [2 references + 1 subentry]

Philadelphus coronarius (mock orange) [1 reference]

Philadelphus coronarius (mock orange, dwarf syringa) [2 references]

Philadelphus inodorus [2 references]

Phillyrea latifolia [1 reference]

– pine [20 references + 7 subentries]

Pinus larix (“Larch Tree”) [1 reference]

Pinus strobus (white pine) [1 reference]

Pinus sylvestris (Scotch pine) [2 references]

– pistachio [2 references + 1 subentry]

– planting and transplanting [12 references + 12 subentries]

– plants for Mount Vernon [2 references]

– plants for Mount Vernon greenhouse [1 reference]

– plants from Jamaica [2 references]

Platanus orientalis (oriental sycamore, oriental plane) [1 reference]

– poplar [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Populus balsamifera (balsam poplar) [1 reference]

Populus italica (Lombardy poplar) [3 references]

– privet [3 references + 1 subentry]

– proposed American Flora [1 reference]

– pruning of trees and shrubs [5 references]

Prunus cerasifera divaricata (cherry plum) [1 reference]

Prunus cerasus, flore roseo (double-flowering cherry) [1 reference]

Prunus chicasa (“Chicasaw Plum”) [4 references]

Prunus domestica (damson plum) [8 references + 3 subentries]

Prunus laurocerasus (cherry laurel, English laurel) [2 references]

Prunus maritima (“Beach or Sea-side-Plumb”) [1 reference]

Prunus missisipi (“Crimson Plumb”) [1 reference]

Prunus persica, flore pleno (Amygdalus persica, flore pleno; double-flowered peach) [1 reference]

Prunus pumila, flore pleno (Amygdalus pumila, flore pleno; sand or dwarf cherry, dwarf double-flowering almond) [2 references]

Ptelea trifoliata (“Trefoil Tree,” hop tree) [2 references]

– public gardens [1 reference]

Punica granatum, flore pleno (pomegranate) [1 reference]

– pyracantha (evergreen thorn) [1 reference]

– qualifications for Mount Vernon gardener [1 reference]

– quince [2 references + 1 subentry]

– raspberry (twice-bearing) [1 reference]

– redbud [8 references + 1 subentry]

Rhododendron maximum (“mountain laurel,” great laurel, rosebay) [2 references]

– rhubarb [2 references + 1 subentry]

Rhus italicum (sumac) [1 reference]

Rhus triphyllum (“Poison Oak,” sumac) [1 reference]

Robinia villosa (“Peach Blossom Acacia”) [2 references]

Rosa palustris (Rosa pennsylvanica, flore pleno; swamp rose) [1 reference]

– rose acacia [1 reference]

Rubus odoratus (flowering raspberry, thimbleberry) [3 references]

– sainfoin (Onobrychis viciaefolia) [7 references]

Sambucus canadensis (Sambucus rubra; American elder, sweet elder) [1 reference]

– sandbox tree [2 references + 1 subentry]

– sassafras [8 references]

– (Sassafras albidum) [1 reference]

– seeds [2 references]

– seeds and plants for Versailles listed [1 reference]

– seeds, unidentified [1 reference]

– serviceberry or Juneberry [4 references + 1 subentry]

Sorbus aucuparia (European mountain ash) [2 references]

Sorbus domestica (Sorbus sativa; service tree) [3 references]

– spice bush, id. (Benzoin aestivale) [1 reference]

Spirea frutex [1 reference]

– spruce [4 references]

– staking trees [5 references]

Stewartia malachodendron (silky stewartia or stuartia) [2 references]

– St. Peter's wort [1 reference]

Styrax grandifolium (“Snow-drop tree,” snowbell, storax) [2 references]

– sweetbriar [5 references + 1 subentry]

– sweet shrub or Carolina allspice, id. (Calycanthus floridus) [1 reference]

– sweet William seed [1 reference]

– sycamore [1 reference]

Syringa persica (Persian lilac) [1 reference]

Taxus procumbens (yew) [2 references]

– thorn [1 reference + 2 subentries]

– thorn, “large berried” [1 reference]

– thorn, “small berried” [3 references]

– thorn, white, id. (Crataegus crusgalli) [1 reference]

Thuja occidentalis (American arborvitae, white cedar) [1 reference]

Thuja orientalis (oriental arborvitae) [1 reference]

– trees, unnamed, at Mount Vernon [4 references]

Tsuga (Pinus abies virginiana; hemlock spruce) [1 reference]

Ulex europeus (furze) [1 reference]

Viburnum arboreum [1 reference]

Viburnum lantanoides (hobble bush) [2 references]

Viburnum opulifolium [2 references]

– Virginia creeper, id. (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) [1 reference]

– walnut, English or French [8 references + 1 subentry]

– watering of plants [2 references]

– weeding [3 references]

– white thorn [11 references]

– willow [3 references + 12 subentries]

Wisteria frutescens (Glycine frutescens; “Kidney Bean Tree,” wisteria) [1 reference]

Xanthorhiza simplicissima (yellow root) [1 reference]

– yew [2 references]

Yucca filamentosa (Adam's needle) [1 reference]

Yucca gloriosa (Spanish dagger) [1 reference]

See Also

See also Agriculture

See also Mount Vernon

See also Plants