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At Prairie Moon Nursery we strive to have the best quality seed available. We sell source identified ecotypes from our production fields and from a network of more than 70 seed producers located throughout the Midwest. Our building is designed and equipped to maintain optimal conditions for seed viability and freshness. Temperature and humidity are specifically controlled in each work area, from receiving through seed cleaning and processing to the stock shelves and long-term storage.
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Rudbeckia triloba (Brown-eyed Susan) See details
Rudbeckia triloba (Brown-eyed Susan)

A short-lived perennial, Brown-eyed Susan self-seeds readily, flowering in its second year.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/4 oz. $3.00
1/2 oz. $3.90
1 oz. $6.00
1 lb. $90.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Ruellia humilis (Wild Petunia) See details
Ruellia humilis (Wild Petunia)

This lovely plant isn't actually a petunia (which are relatives of the tomato) but rather a member of the Acanthaceae family.  Either way, the resemblance is striking.  Standing about a foot in height, Wild Petunia is an excellent addition to a bed with other short plants. Blooming throughout the hottest, driest times of the summer, Wild Petunia is sure to please while other plants are withering away.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
Potted Plants
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Tray of 38 $99.00
Ruellia strepens (Smooth Wild Petunia) See details
Ruellia strepens (Smooth Wild Petunia)

Also called Smooth Ruellia


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $15.00
1/4 oz. $25.00
1/2 oz. $45.00
Bare Root Plants
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Rumex altissimus (Pale Dock) See details
Rumex altissimus (Pale Dock)

Pale Dock is typically found in wet soils along streams and other moist-soil situations.  It can also tolerate medium-moist soils and somewhat shaded areas.  It is most conspicuous later in summer when the seeds turn a russet red-brown color which contrasts with the dominanat green vegetation.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
1 lb. $150.00
Rumex orbiculatus (Great Water Dock) See details
Rumex orbiculatus (Great Water Dock)

Great Waterdock is a plant of soils that are quite wet.  The long wide leaves are distinctive as are the brown seed heads that form late in the summer.  Great Waterdock does best in full sun situations.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
1 lb. $150.00
Sabatia angularis (Rosepink) See details
Sabatia angularis (Rosepink)

A biennial plant with shades of pink to nearly white flowers.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $17.50
Sagittaria cuneata (Arumleaf Arrowhead) See details
Sagittaria cuneata (Arumleaf Arrowhead)

Arumleaf Arrowhead is a wetland or wetland edge plant.  White flowers emerge mid to late summer.  It is capable of filling in large wet areas over time.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $5.00
1/4 oz. $8.00
1/2 oz. $13.00
1 oz. $20.00
Sagittaria latifolia (Common Arrowhead) See details
Sagittaria latifolia (Common Arrowhead)

Common Arrowhead is found in very wet soils.  Attractive white flowers emerge mid to late summer.  Another common name that is atributed to this species is Duck Potato.  The tuberous root is edible to wildlife and has traditionally been eaten by Native Americans.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
1 lb. $225.00
Salix humilis (Prairie Willow) See details
Salix humilis (Prairie Willow)

New in seed!. Our bare root tree is shipped with approximately 12” of top growth


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $6.00
Salvia azurea (Blue Sage) See details
Salvia azurea (Blue Sage)

If you rub or brush against the leaves they will emit the aromatic smell typical of Salvia (Sage) species. It is also called Pitcher Sage or Azure Blue Sage.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
Salvia lyrata (Lyre-leaved Sage) See details
Salvia lyrata (Lyre-leaved Sage)

Lyre-leaved Sage flowers are white to light blue and bloom early in the season.  It is a robust, self seeding species that appreciates medium to moister soils.  It's native range is a large southeastern swath of the United States from Connecticut to Missouri, south.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
Sambucus canadensis (Elderberry) See details
Sambucus canadensis (Elderberry)

New in seed! Elderberry forms large (to 10') bushes on mostly sunny sites with medium-dry to medium-wet soils.  Large clusters of fragrant white flowers attract pollinators June-July.  Edible berries ripen to a deep red-purple. Birds and mammals relish the fruit.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
1/2 oz. $30.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $8.00
3 - 11 $7.00
Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot) See details
Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)

Bloodroot displays its beauty in 2 stages. Stunning white blossoms appear for a very short time early spring, emitting a wonderful fragrance that attracts many kinds of early-flying bees. At the flowering stage a light green leaf is wrapped around the stem of the flower. When the flower fades, the leaf opens in a very unique shape as large as 6" in diameter.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $15.00
1/4 oz. $25.00
1/2 oz. $45.00
1 oz. $80.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $9.00
3 - 11 $8.00
Satureja vulgaris (Wild Basil) See details
Satureja vulgaris (Wild Basil)

Similar in appearance to Blephilia hirsuta. Satureja vulgaris (Wild Basil) is an aromatic mint, growing to 24" tall.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
Saxifraga penslyvanica (Swamp Saxifrage) See details
Saxifraga penslyvanica (Swamp Saxifrage)

Swamp saxifrage is a wet to medium wet soil species that will tolerate full sun to full shade.  Flower stalks emerge early in spring with greenish yellow flowers.  The leaves are clustered in a rosette at the ground.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
1 oz. $60.00
Schizachyrium scoparium (Little Bluestem) See details
Schizachyrium scoparium (Little Bluestem)

Generally a species of drier ecosystems, it can do well in moist situations, too.  It is a beautiful coppery pink all winter.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1 oz. $3.00
1 lb. $24.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $8.00
3 - 11 $7.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Schrankia uncinata (Sensitive Plant) See details
Schrankia uncinata (Sensitive Plant)

Sensitive Plant, Schrankia uncinata, prefers sunny, sandy sites. In the Mimosa family, its leaves fold when disturbed, hence its common name.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
Scirpus acutus (Hardstem Bulrush) See details
Scirpus acutus (Hardstem Bulrush)

Hardstem Bulrush is a typical wetland species.  It is one of the taller bulrush species that can get as tall as six feet and can be aggressive through rhizomatous roots. 
Hardstem Bulrush actively grows during the spring and fall when soil temperatures are cool. Another botanical name in use is Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $6.25
1/4 oz. $10.00
1/2 oz. $16.25
1 oz. $25.00
Scirpus atrovirens (Dark-green Bulrush) See details
Scirpus atrovirens (Dark-green Bulrush)

Dark-green Bulrush will form clumps from rhizomes and fibrous roots in the wettest of soils. It  is a good choice for a lakeshore restoration, pond construction or rain garden.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.00
1 oz. $4.00
1 lb. $60.00
Scirpus cyperinus (Wool Grass) See details
Scirpus cyperinus (Wool Grass)

Scirpus cyperinus (Wool Grass)


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/4 oz. $3.20
1/2 oz. $5.20
1 oz. $8.00
1 lb. $120.00
Scirpus fluviatilis (River Bulrush) See details
Scirpus fluviatilis (River Bulrush)

River Bulrush is aggressive and therefore may not be suitable for small landscape plantings; it spreads aggressively by rhizomes.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.00
1 oz. $4.00
1 lb. $60.00
Scirpus microcarpus (Barberpole Sedge) See details
Scirpus microcarpus (Barberpole Sedge)

Scirpus microcarpus (Barberpole Sedge)


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
Scirpus pendulus (Rufous Bulrush) See details
Scirpus pendulus (Rufous Bulrush)

Scirpus pendulus (Rufous Bulrush)


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $5.00
1/4 oz. $8.00
1/2 oz. $13.00
1 oz. $20.00
1 lb. $300.00
Scirpus pungens (Chairmaker's Rush) See details
Scirpus pungens (Chairmaker's Rush)

Also known as Scirpus americanus.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $7.50
1/4 oz. $12.00
1/2 oz. $19.50
1 oz. $30.00
Scirpus validus (Great Bulrush) See details
Scirpus validus (Great Bulrush)

Great Bulrush is also commonly called Softstem Bulrush.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
Scolochloa festucacea (White Top Grass) See details
Scolochloa festucacea (White Top Grass)

Scolochloa festucacea (White Top Grass)


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $7.50
1/4 oz. $12.00
1/2 oz. $19.50
1 oz. $30.00
Scrophularia lanceolata (Early Figwort) See details
Scrophularia lanceolata (Early Figwort)

Figworts are nectar-rich plants.  Perhaps they are not known for their beauty, but are abundant in nectar!  One of the best species for attracting butterflies, bees, other insects and birds - espeically the Ruby-throated Hummingbird!


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.80
1/2 oz. $7.80
Scrophularia marilandica (Late Figwort) See details
Scrophularia marilandica (Late Figwort)

Most are not aware that Figworts are one of the best nectar species for attracting native butterflies, bees, other insects - and birds, including the Ruby-throated Hummingbird.  Large, serrated leaves and sturdy stalks with shiny reddish-brown small flowers that appear to drip with nectar make Figworts a strange yet wonderful novelty in any native landscape.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
Potted Plants
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Tray of 38 $99.00
Scutellaria incana (Hoary Skullcap) See details
Scutellaria incana (Hoary Skullcap)

Provides weeks of blooms in open woodlands late summer.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
1/2 oz. $30.00
1 oz. $50.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
Scutellaria lateriflora (Mad-dog Skullcap) See details
Scutellaria lateriflora (Mad-dog Skullcap)

Mad-dog Skullcap is rhizomatous.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $7.50
1/4 oz. $12.00
1/2 oz. $19.50
1 oz. $30.00
Scutellaria leonardii (Small Skullcap) See details
Scutellaria ovata (Heart-leaved Skullcap) See details
Scutellaria ovata (Heart-leaved Skullcap)

Heart-leaved Skullcap is rhizomatous.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $17.50
1/4 oz. $30.00
1/2 oz. $55.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Senecio congestus (Marsh Fleabane) See details
Senecio congestus (Marsh Fleabane)

An annual forb for moist to wet soils.


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Out of stock
Senecio plattensis (Prairie Ragwort) See details
Senecio plattensis (Prairie Ragwort)

Also referred to as Packera plattensis or Prairie Groundsel.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $17.50
1/4 oz. $30.00
1/2 oz. $55.00
1 oz. $100.00
Senna hebecarpa (Wild Senna) See details
Senna hebecarpa (Wild Senna)

Wild Senna deserves more recognition as a great choice for garden or restoration projects.  Its lovely, bright yellow flowers attract many bees and butterflies.  Autumn brings beautiful leaf colors and the formation of long black pods with seeds favored by larger birds like wild turkeys.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.25
1 oz. $5.00
1 lb. $75.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $8.00
Senna marilandica (Maryland Senna)  See details
Senna marilandica (Maryland Senna)

It is very difficult to distinguish Maryland Senna from its relative, Wild Senna (Senna herbecarpa) until the 2 species have ripe seeds. The Wild Senna will readily open its pod and the seeds will fall out, whereas the Maryland Senna seed pods will stay tightly closed.  


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.25
1 oz. $5.00
1 lb. $75.00
Sicyos angulatus (Bur Cucumber) See details
Sicyos angulatus (Bur Cucumber)

Bur Cucumber is an annual vine; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.25
1 oz. $5.00
Silene nivea (Snowy Campion) See details
Silene nivea (Snowy Campion)

New!


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
Silene regia (Royal Catchfly) See details
Silene regia (Royal Catchfly)

Royal Catchfly is rare due to loss of prairie habitat and is endangered in some states. The bright red flowers attract Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds and Black Swallowtail butterflies.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
1/2 oz. $30.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $7.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Silene stellata (Starry Campion) See details
Silene stellata (Starry Campion)

Starry Campion is a hardy, drought-tolerant plant which reseeds itself; older plants sometimes sprout multiple stems from the deep taproot.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
1 oz. $60.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Silene virginica (Fire Pink) See details
Silene virginica (Fire Pink)

Fire Pink may also be called Scarlet Catchfly and it's these scarlet red flowers that hummingbirds are attracted to.  The sepals of the flowers are sticky (like those of its cousin Silene regia, Royal Catchfly) to deter ants from climbing and feeding on the nectar.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $10.00
Silphium integrifolium (Rosin Weed) See details
Silphium integrifolium (Rosin Weed)

Rosin Weed may be the best Silphium choice for a garden setting due to its shorter stature, ability to mature faster and tough stem that keeps it upright with little to no surrounding plant support.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/4 oz. $3.20
1/2 oz. $5.20
1 oz. $8.00
1 lb. $120.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
Silphium laciniatum (Compass Plant) See details
Silphium laciniatum (Compass Plant)

A true icon of the prairies, Compass Plant is an incredible addition to your landscape. Given moist, rich soils, mature compass plants can reach upwards of 8 feet in height. It is quite a sight to see pollinators flit from flower to flower while birds perch upon the stems.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
1 lb. $225.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Silphium perfoliatum (Cup Plant) See details
Silphium perfoliatum (Cup Plant)

Cup Plant is hardy and strong, and very easy to identify because of the square stem and 'cup' leaves that hold water for birds, insects, and small mammals.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie Dock) See details
Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie Dock)

Prairie Dock is among the taller and larger-leaved prairie plants. It can mature to 9' in height with sandpaper-textured leaves 18" long and 12" wide.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
1 lb. $225.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Silphium trifoliatum (Whorled Rosin Weed) See details
Silphium trifoliatum (Whorled Rosin Weed)

A perennial forb for full sun to partial shade.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $7.50
1/4 oz. $12.00
1/2 oz. $19.50
1 oz. $30.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Sisyrinchium albidum (Common Blue-eyed Grass) See details
Sisyrinchium albidum (Common Blue-eyed Grass)

Looking for a splash of color during the spring to summer transition?  A large patch of these little plants is truly a sight to behold, especially if you are a bee.  Pollinators readily take to the flowers, which is nice considering that most Sisyrinchium species bloom and provide pollen and nectar to our winged friends before some of the larger summer flowers really get going.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $23.75
1/4 oz. $42.50
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
Sisyrinchium angustifolium (Stout Blue-eyed Grass) See details
Sisyrinchium angustifolium (Stout Blue-eyed Grass)

Looking for a splash of color during the spring to summer transition?  A large patch of these little plants is truly a sight to behold, especially if you are a bee.  Pollinators readily take to the flowers, which is nice considering that most Sisyrinchium species bloom and provide pollen and nectar to our winged friends before some of the larger summer flowers really get going.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $15.00
1/4 oz. $25.00
1/2 oz. $45.00
1 oz. $80.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Sisyrinchium campestre (Prairie Blue-eyed Grass)  See details
Sisyrinchium campestre (Prairie Blue-eyed Grass)

Prairie Blue-eyed Grass is a lovely, spring-blooming wildflower that is related to the iris and sports pale lavender blossoms and grass-like leaves that overlap in iris-like fans.  This low-growing (6") sun-lover will tolerate some shade but prefers well-drained soils.  It forms clumps and will self-seed in optimal conditions.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Sisyrinchium montanum (Strict Blue-eyed Grass)   See details
Sisyrinchium montanum (Strict Blue-eyed Grass)

Sisyrinchium montanum (Strict Blue-eyed Grass)


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Out of stock
Sium suave (Tall Water Parsnip) See details
Sium suave (Tall Water Parsnip)

An emergent plant that prefers full sun and shallow standing water, or at least wet ground.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Smilacina racemosa (Solomon's Plume) See details
Smilacina racemosa (Solomon's Plume)

Also called Maianthemum racemosum or False Solomon's Seal, it's a very nice choice for home landscaping in shaded settings. It will spread by rhizomes but not aggressively enough to ever be invasive.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
1 lb. $225.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $7.00
3 - 11 $6.00
Smilax lasioneura (Common Carrion Flower) See details
Smilax lasioneura (Common Carrion Flower)

A native vine with blue-black berries late summer. When the green flowers are blooming, it does have a "carrion" smell.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.80
1/2 oz. $7.80
1 oz. $12.00
1 lb. $180.00
Solidago caesia (Blue-stemmed Goldenrod) See details
Solidago caesia (Blue-stemmed Goldenrod)

Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod is a well-behaved woodland species. It forms attractive loose clumps with arching stems and long, thin leaves. Small clusters of bright yellow flowers form in the leaf axils for about half the stem's length. Stem color in mature plants has a dark, somewhat bluish tone. Many insects find this Goldenrod a source of nectar and pollen.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $15.00
1/4 oz. $25.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Solidago flexicaulis (Zig Zag Goldenrod) See details
Solidago flexicaulis (Zig Zag Goldenrod)

Zig Zag Goldenrod gets its name from the way that its stems "zig zag" from leaf to leaf. 


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Solidago gigantea (Late Goldenrod) See details
Solidago gigantea (Late Goldenrod)

Goldenrods are a diverse group of species, and some of them can be easily mistaken for each other. Late goldenrod (Solidago gigantea) is common to seasonally moist or wet, open ground. Occasionally it is found on drier ground or in part shade. The stems of late goldenrod are smooth and hairless below the inflorescence.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
1 oz. $60.00
Solidago graminifolia (Grass-leaved Goldenrod) See details
Solidago graminifolia (Grass-leaved Goldenrod)

An adaptable forb for a variety of moisture conditions in full sun.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
1/2 oz. $30.00
1 oz. $50.00
Solidago juncea (Early Goldenrod)  See details
Solidago juncea (Early Goldenrod)

Blooming earlier than other Goldenrod species, Solidago juncea (Early Goldenrod) can be found flowering in early July and grows well in dryer soil types.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
1 oz. $60.00
Solidago nemoralis (Old Field Goldenrod)  See details
Solidago nemoralis (Old Field Goldenrod)

This is an excellent plant for a difficult spot where little else will grow. Old Field Goldenrod likes full sun and dry soil, even poor, rocky, clay slopes with little organic matter.  It is also called Gray Goldenrod


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Solidago ohioensis (Ohio Goldenrod)  See details
Solidago ohioensis (Ohio Goldenrod)

A goldenrod for moist prairies and sunny, calcareous wetlands.


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Solidago patula (Swamp Goldenrod)  See details
Solidago patula (Swamp Goldenrod)

seeds/pkt: 1,000
seeds/oz: 230,000


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Solidago ptarmicoides (Upland White Goldenrod)  See details
Solidago ptarmicoides (Upland White Goldenrod)

Formerly called Aster ptarmicoides and Upland White Aster, this is a low-growing (1-2') plant with showy silver-white blossoms in autumn, and  thrives on dry, sandy soils. 


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Solidago riddellii (Riddell's Goldenrod)   See details
Solidago riddellii (Riddell's Goldenrod)

Riddell's Goldenrod tolerates and may prefer calcareous soils, which are alkaline with a pH of 7 to 8.


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Solidago rigida (Stiff Goldenrod) See details
Solidago rigida (Stiff Goldenrod)

Stiff Goldenrod has larger, flatter flower clusters than most Goldenrods. The leaves turn nice shades of red in the fall.


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Solidago sciaphila (Cliff Goldenrod)    See details
Solidago sciaphila (Cliff Goldenrod)

Clifff Goldenrod prefers cliffs or rock outcroppings.


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Solidago speciosa (Showy Goldenrod)     See details
Solidago speciosa (Showy Goldenrod)

Showy Goldenrod tends to bloom a little later than most Goldenrods. It is indeed one of the showiest of the genus with a feathery plume comprised of a dense clump of pale yellow to deep yellow flowers atop an attractive red stem.


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Solidago uliginosa (Bog Goldenrod)     See details
Solidago uliginosa (Bog Goldenrod)

Solidago uliginosa (Bog Goldenrod)


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Solidago ulmifolia (Elm-leaved Goldenrod)      See details
Solidago ulmifolia (Elm-leaved Goldenrod)

Elm-leaved Goldenrod is one of the shorter goldenrods.  It's height tops out at three feet.  It is found in medium to dry soils, and is best in shaded to semi-shaded situations.  The yellow flowers of Goldenrod are appreciated by the insects in the fall when they are getting ready for winter.


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Sorghastrum nutans (Indian Grass) See details
Sorghastrum nutans (Indian Grass)

Indian Grass is one of the first warm season grasses to form seeds and they are rich clusters of bronze colored seed.


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Sparganium americanum (American Bur Reed) See details
Sparganium americanum (American Bur Reed)

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Sparganium eurycarpum (Great Bur Reed) See details
Sparganium eurycarpum (Great Bur Reed)

Great Bur Reed is a wet soil, full sun wildflower (although it can be mistaken for a grass) that gets up to four feet tall.  The flowers and seed heads give interest during most of the growing season.  Lime green balls become beautiful white flowers that turn into spiked green balls that eventually turn a contrasting brown color.


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Spartina pectinata (Cord Grass) See details
Spartina pectinata (Cord Grass)

A great choice to combat invasive Reed Canary Grass near water's edge.


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Sphaeralcea coccinea (Scarlet Globemallow) See details
Sphaeralcea coccinea (Scarlet Globemallow)

Sphaeralcea coccinea (Scarlet Globemallow)


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Sphenopholis obtusata (Prairie Wedgegrass) See details
Sphenopholis obtusata (Prairie Wedgegrass)


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Spiraea tomentosa (Steeplebush) See details
Spiraea tomentosa (Steeplebush)

A mound-shaped shrub with unbranched stems; bright pink flowers, orangeish-red bark, and yellow fall foliage make this a shrub with year-round interest for the landscape.


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Sporobolus asper (Rough Dropseed) See details
Sporobolus asper (Rough Dropseed)

Dry prairies are the typical ecosystem that Rough Dropseed is found in. 

 


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Sporobolus cryptandrus (Sand Dropseed) See details
Sporobolus cryptandrus (Sand Dropseed)

As the name implies, Sand Dropseed prefers a dry sand prairie; slightly heavier dry soils will be fine also.  Bobwhite quail are known to eat the seed.  Topping out at about three feet, this is one of the shorter prairie grasses.


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Sporobolus heterolepis (Prairie Dropseed) See details
Sporobolus heterolepis (Prairie Dropseed)

Prairie Dropseed, also called Northern Dropseed, makes a beautiful display in the prairie or garden with its long flowing blades and spiked seed heads. The fall color is golden and lasts through winter.


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Stachys palustris (Woundwort) See details
Stachys palustris (Woundwort)

Woudwort is named for a European species that is also in the Stachys family.  In traditional herbal medicine the European Woundworts were thought to help heal wounds.


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Staphylea trifolia (Bladdernut) See details
Staphylea trifolia (Bladdernut)

One of the first flowers you may notice in spring could be a cluster of white bell flowers on Bladdernut.  The flowers form interesting bladder pods that persist through summer.  This is a woodland species that forms thickets from rhizomes.  Bladdernut likes rich, acidic soils.


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Stipa comata (Needle & Thread Grass) See details
Stipa comata (Needle & Thread Grass)
A perennial cool season grass that provides good wildlife forage, despite its sharp seed. 

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Stipa spartea (Porcupine Grass) See details
Stipa spartea (Porcupine Grass)

Porcupine Grass is a cool-season bunch grass with specialized florets that are self-planting. The needle-sharp floret and angled hairs orient the seed to soil, while a sensitive awn coils when dry and uncoils when wet, working the floret into the ground. Minimum quantity offered is 1 oz.


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Stipa viridula (Green Needle Grass) See details
Stipa viridula (Green Needle Grass)

Green Needle Grass is a perennial cool season grass that provides good nesting sites for waterfowl.


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Strophostyles helvula (Trailing Wild Bean) See details
Strophostyles helvula (Trailing Wild Bean)

Trailing Wild Bean is an annual vine; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed.


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Strophostyles leiosperma (Small Wild Bean) See details
Strophostyles leiosperma (Small Wild Bean)

Small Wild Bean is an annual vine; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed. It needs sandy soils (dry or moist).


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Stylophorum diphyllum (Celandine Poppy) See details
Stylophorum diphyllum (Celandine Poppy)

Imagine these bright yellow Celandine Poppies next to some blue Jacob's Ladder or Mertensia, pinkish Trout Lily or white Trillium in a spring, woodland garden!


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Symphoricarpos orbiculatus (Coralberry) See details
Symphoricarpos orbiculatus (Coralberry)
Coralberry is a dense, suckering shrub with lovely red berries that last through most of the winter. Cultivars are often grown in gardens as ornamental plants, but the native, wild species is also very showy.

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Taenidia integerrima (Yellow Pimpernel) See details
Taenidia integerrima (Yellow Pimpernel)

Taenidia provides very delicate yellow umbels of flowers through the heat of summer.


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Talinum parviflorum (Small-Flower Fame Flower) See details
Talinum parviflorum (Small-Flower Fame Flower)

Also called Rock Pink and Flower-of-the-Hour, Small-Flower Fame Flower is very similar to Talinum rugospermum (Fame Flower).


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Talinum rugospermum (Fame Flower) See details
Talinum rugospermum (Fame Flower)
The Fame Flower is a rare, perennial succulent that occupies a narrow ecological niche in dry, open, sandy locations with little competition.
 

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Tephrosia virginiana (Goat's Rue) See details
Tephrosia virginiana (Goat's Rue)

The late-spring to early-summer blooms of Goat's Rue are like no other prairie plant; the flowers, in dense clusters, have a pale yellow upper petal and 2 smaller fuchsia lower petals.


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Teucrium canadense (Germander) See details
Teucrium canadense (Germander)
Also called Wood Sage, Wild Basil, and American or Canadian Germander, Teucrium canadense is the most widespread of the 8 Germanders native to North America.

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Thalictrum dasycarpum (Purple Meadow Rue) See details
Thalictrum dasycarpum (Purple Meadow Rue)

This 6' beauty may be the most graceful plant that you encounter in a medium-wet prairie or savanna.  The stems are distinctly purple, thus the name.


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Thalictrum dioicum (Early Meadow Rue) See details
Thalictrum dioicum (Early Meadow Rue)

Grown primarily for its delicate, fern-like foliage, Early Meadow Rue thrives in spring, summer and fall in shaded wildflower gardens.


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Thaspium trifoliatum (Meadow Parsnip) See details
Thaspium trifoliatum (Meadow Parsnip)

Meadow Parsnip is a relatively rare plant that is threatened, endangered, or of special concern in a number of states in its native range.


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Thermopsis caroliniana (Blue-Ridge Buckbean) See details
Thermopsis caroliniana (Blue-Ridge Buckbean)

This Thermopsis is native to the East Coast, USA. It is closely related to Baptisia species.


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Tradescantia bracteata (Prairie Spiderwort) See details
Tradescantia bracteata (Prairie Spiderwort)

It would be difficult to tell Prairie Spiderwort apart from the popular Ohio Spiderwort if not for its small stature. At just one foot, it is the shortest of the Midwest Spiderworts.


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Tradescantia occidentalis (Western Spiderwort) See details
Tradescantia occidentalis (Western Spiderwort)

Heat and drought tolerant, this plant is very attractive with both its pink-purplish flowers and beautiful blue-green leaves.


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Tradescantia ohiensis (Ohio Spiderwort) See details
Tradescantia ohiensis (Ohio Spiderwort)

Ohio Spiderwort is the most widespread of the Spiderworts. Its tendency to open buds in the morning sun and close mid-day could help a stand of these Spiderworts bloom from May through July.


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Tridens flavus (Purpletop) See details
Tridens flavus (Purpletop)
A perennial, warm-season grass that puts a stunning purple top onto fields and meadows from mid-summer to early autumn. This species is a host plant for many butterflies and moths, and its seeds provide food for native songbirds. 

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Trillium grandiflorum (Large-flowered Trillium) See details
Trillium grandiflorum (Large-flowered Trillium)

Commonly called White Trillium or Great White Trillium, this plant is a "must-have" for any woodland area in the Midwest or Northeast. It can be difficult to grow from seed; click on the product for more details...


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Triodanis perfoliata (Venus' Looking Glass) See details
Triodanis perfoliata (Venus' Looking Glass)

Sometimes called Clasping Bellflower or Specularia perfoliata, this annual is in the Bellflower family (Campanulaceae) and native to the Southern Plains.


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Triosteum perfoliatum (Late Horse Gentian) See details
Triosteum perfoliatum (Late Horse Gentian)
Late Horse Gentian has a very dainty yet attractive red summer flower, but is best known for its beautiful fall orange fruit.

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Triticum aestivum (Winter Wheat) - Cover Crop

Winter Wheat is an annual cover crop for medium to dry soils.


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Uvularia grandiflora (Bellwort) See details
Uvularia grandiflora (Bellwort)

A member of the Lily family, Bellwort is an excellent early-blooming native shade plant for the woodland garden, shaded border front, wildflower garden or naturalized area. The Bellwort flowers and leaves have an overall droopy appearance when in bloom.


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Verbena hastata (Blue Vervain) See details
Verbena hastata (Blue Vervain)

The small, tubular, blue-violet flowers of Blue Vervain bloom from the bottom up in July's heat.


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Verbena stricta (Hoary Vervain) See details
Verbena stricta (Hoary Vervain)

The blue-purple flower spikes will persist for 4-6 weeks, usually spanning July and August.  The seeds are a staple for many small mammals and birds that depend on this widely-distributed plant.  The gray-green leaves are fuzzy on both sides and are the larval host for the Common Buckeye Butterfly.


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Verbena urticifolia (White Vervain) See details
Verbena urticifolia (White Vervain)

A short-lived perennial that looks a lot like nettle but has great ecological and cultural significance. Inconspicuous flowers provide forage for native pollinators.

 

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Verbesina helianthoides (Yellow Crownbeard) See details
Verbesina helianthoides (Yellow Crownbeard)

Verbesina helianthoides (Yellow Crownbeard)


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Vernonia altissima (Tall Ironweed) See details
Vernonia altissima (Tall Ironweed)

A very tall ironweed with multiple benefits to insects including bees, butterflies, moths, caterpillars, midges, crickets, and katydids.


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Vernonia baldwinii (Western Ironweed) See details
Vernonia baldwinii (Western Ironweed)
A shorter-growing Ironweed that spreads aggressively by rhizomes, Western Ironweed is one of the best late-season plants to attract pollinators.

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Vernonia fasciculata (Common Ironweed) See details
Vernonia fasciculata (Common Ironweed)

Ironweed has unusually brilliant purple flowers on top of 6-8' tall stems, working well as a tall backdrop, blooming between July and September.


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Vernonia missurica (Missouri Ironweed) See details
Vernonia missurica (Missouri Ironweed)

Missouri Ironweed can be considered the showiest of Ironweeds and one of the best late-season plants to attract pollinators.

 

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Vernonia noveboracensis (New York Ironweed) See details
Vernonia noveboracensis (New York Ironweed)

Growing up to 7ft high, the purple flowers of Vernonia noveboracensis (New York Ironweed) tower over many other wildflower species of late summer and early fall, and provide nectar to foraging bees.


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Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver's Root) See details
Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver's Root)

Culver's Root can be planted in perennial gardens, providing an elegant upright accent. It does well in full sun but really thrives in savanna situations.


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Viburnum trilobum (American Cranberrybush) See details
Viburnum trilobum (American Cranberrybush)
An attractive native shrub for wet soils which offers edible berries, year-round visual interest, and wildlife habitat. Also called Highbush Cranberry.

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Viola adunca (Sand Violet) See details
Viola adunca (Sand Violet)

Viola adunca (Sand Violet)


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Viola blanda (Sweet White Violet) See details
Viola blanda (Sweet White Violet)

Viola blanda (Sweet White Violet)


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Viola cucullata (Marsh Blue Violet) See details
Viola cucullata (Marsh Blue Violet)

Viola cucullata (Marsh Blue Violet)


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Viola lanceolata (Lance-leaved Violet) See details
Viola lanceolata (Lance-leaved Violet)

*This species may be difficult and/or slow to germinate and grow to maturity.


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Viola nephrophylla (Northern Bog Violet) See details
Viola nephrophylla (Northern Bog Violet)

A violet for high elevations in cool woodlands that is most commonly seen west of the Mississippi.


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Viola novae-angliae (New England Violet) See details
Viola novae-angliae (New England Violet)

Viola novae-angliae (New England Violet) is a low growing resident of moist savanna and woods.


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Viola pedatifida (Prairie Violet) See details
Viola pedatifida (Prairie Violet)

The Prairie Violet is not aggressive like some Violets, and therefore is a nice short plant for drier gardens or edges.


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Viola primulifolia (Primrose-leaf Violet) See details
Viola primulifolia (Primrose-leaf Violet)

A white flowered violet for sandy woodlands along the East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico. 


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Viola pubescens var. eriocarpa (Smooth Yellow Violet) See details
Viola pubescens var. eriocarpa (Smooth Yellow Violet)

This Violet does not spread by runners or vigrously self seed like some other Violets, but will spread slowly by seed in ideal growing conditions: medium moist soil and part shade.


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Viola renifolia (Kidney-leaf Violet) See details
Viola renifolia (Kidney-leaf Violet)
The Kidney-leaf Violet, sometimes called the Northern White Violet, is found in moist, woodland locations of Canada and the northern United States.
 

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Viola sagittata (Arrowleaf Violet) See details
Viola sagittata (Arrowleaf Violet)
This pioneer species can be distinguished from the Common Violet by its arrow shaped leaves.
 
 

 


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Viola sororia (Common Blue Violet) See details
Viola sororia (Common Blue Violet)

New in seed!  There is a violet for every situation. A sure bet for a violet that will do well in many landscapes would be the Common Blue Violet.


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1 - 2 $3.15
3 - 11 $2.25
12 - 35 $1.60
Wulfenia bullii (Kittentails) See details
Wulfenia bullii (Kittentails)

Kittentails is a rare, threatened plant that requires careful timing of prescribed burning to preserve the species.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $30.00
1/4 oz. $55.00
1/2 oz. $105.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
Yucca glauca (Soapweed) See details
Yucca glauca (Soapweed)

Yucca Glauca (Soapweed) forms a clump of narrow, tough, blade like leaves that extend out from a central stalk.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.25
1 oz. $5.00
Bare Root Plants
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1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Zigadenus elegans (White Camass) See details
Zigadenus elegans (White Camass)

First discovered by Lewis and Clark, White Camass is a highly poisonous plant whose bulb resembles that of onions or lilies.


Seeds
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $7.50
1/4 oz. $12.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Zizia aptera (Heart-leaf Golden Alexanders) See details
Zizia aptera (Heart-leaf Golden Alexanders)

The heart-shaped leaves that distinguish Zizia aptera from Zizia aurea can be found at the base of a flowering plant.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.75
1/4 oz. $6.00
1/2 oz. $9.75
1 oz. $15.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
Zizia aurea (Golden Alexanders) See details
Zizia aurea (Golden Alexanders)

Zizia is an important plant to a number of short-tongued insects that are able to easily reach the nectar in the small yellow flowers.  Black Swallowtail caterpillars will feed on its leaves.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.80
1/2 oz. $7.80
1 oz. $12.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
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North American Native Plants for Restoration and Gardening