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Little York Plantation Fact Sheet
Plants for Windy Areas
Strong winds are an unfortunate fact for some CNY gardeners. Winds can
wreak havoc in numerous ways. Winds can strip a plant of it’s necessary flowers
and/or leaves - occasionally even uprooting it or snapping it’s branches. High
winds can cause stress on a plant by aggravating water stresses by increased
transpiration and evaporation of essential moisture. The following plants are
prized for their tolerance and performance in windy areas.
Trees
Acer plantanoides
Acer plantanoides
Maple
Caragana arborescens
Elaeagnus angustifolia
Juniperus sp.
Picea abies
Pinus (many)
Populous sp.
Pseudotsuga menziesii
Thuja occidentalis
Norway Maple
‘Crimson King’ Norway
Siberian Peashrub
Russian Olive
Junipers
Norway Spruce
Pines
Poplars and Aspens
Douglas Fir
American Arborvitae
Shrubs
Quaking Aspen (Populous tremuloides)
makes a lovely sound in the summer breeze
Note: You may help relieve a plant with
wind (transporation) stress by applying an
easy to use spray-on product called “Wilt
Pruf” which forms a protective barrier layer
on plant foliage safely minimizing
moisture loss for maximum plant function
and health.
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Berberis
Buxus
Chamaecyparis
Cotoneaster
Elaeagnus
Euonymous japonica
Juniperus sp.
Ligustrum
Lonicera tartarica
Pyracantha
Rhus (some)
Viburnum dentatum
Barberry
Boxwood
False Cypress
Cotoneaster
Autumn / Russian Olive
Evergreen Euonymous
Junipers
Privet
Honeysuckle
Firethorn
Sumac
Arrowhead Viburnum
Perennials, Vines, Herbs and Annuals
Lavandula sp.
Rosmarinus officinalis
Ceratium tomentosum
Euphorbia
Hemerocallis sp.
Kniphofia uvaria
Salvia sp.
Pelargonium sp.
Yucca filamentosa
Lavender
Rosemary
Snow—in—Summer
Spurges
Daylily
Red-Hot Poker
Salvias and Sages
Geraniums
Adam’s Needle
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