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Acorus americanus (Sweet Flag) See details
Acorus americanus (Sweet Flag)

Emerging directly from the roots, the stemless leaves of Sweet Flag are sword-shaped. Green-yellow flowers protrude in cylindrical arcs in mid-summer.


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Actaea pachypoda (Doll's Eyes) See details
Actaea pachypoda (Doll's Eyes)

Also called White Baneberry, Doll's Eyes were named for the distinctive dark "pupil" mark on the ends of their white berries.


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Actaea rubra (Red Baneberry) See details
Actaea rubra (Red Baneberry)

Growing in bushy clumps, Red Baneberry bears fluffy clusters of small white flowers in spring. The berries that ensue in mid to late summer are brilliant red, though sometimes white, without the characteristic dark spot of  Doll's Eyes, Actaea pachypoda.


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Actinomeris alternifolia (Wingstem)  See details
Actinomeris alternifolia (Wingstem)
Also called Verbesina alternifolia, its hairy stems flatten on their sides into "wings" of plant tissue.

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Agalinis auriculata (Ear-leaf False Foxglove) See details
Agalinis auriculata (Ear-leaf False Foxglove)

New!  An annual.


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Agalinis purpurea (Purple False Foxglove) See details
Agalinis purpurea (Purple False Foxglove)

New!  An attractive annual for wet, at least somewhat sunny areas.


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Agalinis tenuifolia (Slender Gerardia) See details
Agalinis tenuifolia (Slender Gerardia)

The rose-purple flowers of this annual plant resemble small funnels, inviting the common name Slender False Foxglove.


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Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop) See details
Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)

Anise Hyssop has very showy flowers, fragrant foliage and seems to be of little interest to deer. It self seeds readily and often blooms the first year.  It's a bee, hummingbird, and butterfly magnet!


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Agastache nepetoides (Yellow Giant Hyssop)  See details
Agastache nepetoides (Yellow Giant Hyssop)

A strong grower, Agastache nepetoides reaches heights from 3 to 8 feet.


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Agastache scrophulariaefolia (Purple Giant Hyssop)   See details
Agastache scrophulariaefolia (Purple Giant Hyssop)

The flowers of Purple Giant Hyssop are very pale purple--not purple-looking at all from a distance--yet they still attract butterflies. Birds feed on the seeds that follow.


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Agoseris cuspidata (Prairie Dandelion) See details
Agoseris cuspidata (Prairie Dandelion)

A deep tap root to tolerate drought and naturally dry conditions, short stature (1' max) and a long bloom time make Prairie Dandelion perfect for landscaping and rock gardens.


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Alisma subcordatum (Mud Plantain)    See details
Alisma subcordatum (Mud Plantain)

A typical emergent aquatic plant, Mud Plantain's lower part is often below water while its upper part is exposed.


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Alisma triviale (Large-flowered Water Plantain)     See details
Alisma triviale (Large-flowered Water Plantain)

Alisma triviale prefers full or partial sun and mucky soil or shallow, slow-moving, even stagnant water. It withstands drought better than most aquatic plants.


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Allium canadense (Wild Garlic)     See details
Allium canadense (Wild Garlic)

With its light pink to pink flowers, Allium canadense attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, and is deer/rabbit resistant.


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Allium canadense var. lavendulare (Showy Wild Garlic)  See details
Allium canadense var. lavendulare (Showy Wild Garlic)

A late-spring bloomer that prefers well-drained sites.


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Allium cernuum (Nodding Onion)     See details
Allium cernuum (Nodding Onion)

Nodding Onion--like all Allium species, is deer-resistant. Easily grown, plants spread slowly by seed and bulb offshoots. The flower globes are almost white to shades of purple in color and mature plants can reach up to 18" in height.


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Allium stellatum (Prairie Onion)      See details
Allium stellatum (Prairie Onion)

Prairie Onion is similar to its cousin Nodding Onion, except for its solid, upright stem and stature.


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Allium tricoccum (Wild Leek)       See details
Allium tricoccum (Wild Leek)

Wild Leek prefers typical woodland conditions: medium wet to medium dry soil and full to partial shade. It has reddish stalks reaching heights of 8". The early foliage dies back late spring before the creamy-white flowers appear.  People will often forage for Wild Leek, also known as "Ramps".


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Amorpha canescens (Lead Plant) See details
Amorpha canescens (Lead Plant)

This legume's many gray-green leaflets are covered with soft hairs, giving the plant a leaden hue and its common name. It was once considered an indicator of sub-surface lead ore.


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Amorpha fruticosa (False Indigo) See details
Amorpha fruticosa (False Indigo)

With most of its foliage in the upper third of the tall, bushy plant, Amorpha fruticosa can form thickets in dense plantings.


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Amsonia illustris (Ozark Bluestar) See details
Amsonia illustris (Ozark Bluestar)

Featuring terminal clusters of star-like, light blue flowers, Ozark Bluestar grows to 3' tall and flowers in early to mid Spring.  Also referred to as Shining Blue Star.


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Anaphalis margaritacea (Pearly Everlasting)  See details
Anaphalis margaritacea (Pearly Everlasting)

Clustered at the top of erect stems, the tiny yellow flowers of Pearly Everlasting are enclosed by white papery bracts, often mistaken for petals.


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Anemone cylindrica (Thimbleweed) See details
Anemone cylindrica (Thimbleweed)

The greenish white flowers fruit into a greenish white elongated cluster that resembles the rough part of a thimble.  It prefers dry, open spaces.


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Anemone patens var. wolfgangiana (Pasque Flower)  See details
Anemone patens var. wolfgangiana (Pasque Flower)

Pasque Flower is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring!  Attractive furry leaves will remain well into the summer.  The final stage before the plant goes dorman mid-summer will be attractive silvery plume-like seedheads (click product title or photo).  Pasque Flower is hardy in zones 4-8.


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Anemone quinquefolia (Wood Anemone) See details
Anemone quinquefolia (Wood Anemone)

Wood Anemone is a delicate-looking early spring plant that blooms.  It dies back in mid-summer, making it a true spring ephemeral.


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Anemone virginiana (Tall Thimbleweed)  See details
Anemone virginiana (Tall Thimbleweed)

Also called Tall or Virginia Anemone, Tall Thimbleweed prefers open woods or clearings.


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Anemonella thalictroides (Rue Anemone) See details
Anemonella thalictroides (Rue Anemone)

Rue Anemone is a delicate-looking early spring plant that blooms in various shades of pink.  It dies back in mid-summer, making it a true spring ephemeral.


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Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica) See details
Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica)

Stately sentinels along stream beds, Angelica plants reach heights of six or more feet with hollow, smooth purple stems from one to two inches round.


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Antennaria neglecta (Prairie Pussytoes) See details
Antennaria neglecta (Prairie Pussytoes)

Prairie Pussytoes spread by rhizomes.


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Antennaria plantaginifolia (Pussytoes) See details
Antennaria plantaginifolia (Pussytoes)

Pussytoes' flowers stretch to about a foot in height early spring while leaves stay near ground level.  Spreading by rhizomes, Pussytoes make a good groundcover in dry areas like rock gardens.  It is deer and rabbit resistant.


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Apocynum cannabinum (Dogbane) See details
Apocynum cannabinum (Dogbane)

Dogbane is also called Indianhemp. Its botanical name refers to its believed toxicity to dogs and its similarity to hemp.  The plant's strong fibers have made it prized for cordage and threads for centuries.


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Apocynum sibiricum (Clasping Dogbane)  See details
Apocynum sibiricum (Clasping Dogbane)

Dogbanes are also called Indianhemp. Its botanical name refers to its believed toxicity to dogs and its similarity to hemp. The plant's strong fibers have made it prized for cordage and threads for centuries.


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Aquilegia canadensis (Columbine) See details
Aquilegia canadensis (Columbine)

A native plant for almost any sun or soil conditions, Columbine can grow near pine trees and is deer-resistant.


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Aralia racemosa (Spikenard) See details
Aralia racemosa (Spikenard)

Spikenard, a close relative of Sarsaparilla, has heart-shaped leaves and flowers later in the summer when many woodland plants have finished flowering, but its most attractive feature is the large clusters of red-purple berries early fall.


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Arenaria stricta (Stiff Sandwort) See details
Arenaria stricta (Stiff Sandwort)

Often found in limestone outcroppings, Stiff Sandwort is distinctive for its linear leaves and large white flowers despite its small stature.  Also called Rock Sandwort, its long, tough root enables it to establish in cracks between rocks.


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Argemone polyanthemos (Prickly Poppy) See details
Argemone polyanthemos (Prickly Poppy)

NEW! Prickly Poppy is a white-flowered annual of sandy soils in the Great Plains and further west.


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Arisaema dracontium (Green Dragon) See details
Arisaema dracontium (Green Dragon)

Like its smaller cousin, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Green Dragon thrives under a variety of conditions, but grows most vigorously in moist, shady, seasonally wet locations. It is deer resistant!


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Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-Pulpit) See details
Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)

Jack-in-the-Pulpit thrives under a variety of conditions, but grows most vigorously in moist, shady, seasonally wet locations.  It is deer resistant!


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Artemisia campestris subsp. caudata (Beach Wormwood) See details
Artemisia campestris subsp. caudata (Beach Wormwood)

In the Aster family, Beach Wormwood is a biennial or short-lived perennial.


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Artemisia ludoviciana (Prairie Sage) See details
Artemisia ludoviciana (Prairie Sage)

Spreading by rhizomes, Prairie Sage can form dense colonies that give a distinctive silver-green accent to large plantings on sunny sites with mesic to dry soil. The plants are easily propagated by rhizome cuttings in spring, tip cuttings in early summer or by division of mature plants.


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Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger) See details
Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger)

Best known for its use as an attractive, low-growing ground cover in a shaded woodland setting, Wild Ginger is also deer-resistant.


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Asclepias amplexicaulis (Sand Milkweed) See details
Asclepias amplexicaulis (Sand Milkweed)

Bees, butterflies, and birds love Sand Milkweed. It is also very drought tolerant.


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Asclepias exaltata (Poke Milkweed) See details
Asclepias exaltata (Poke Milkweed)

Often found in upland woods and woodland openings, Poke Milkweed's white-pinkish flowers droop elegantly on tall slender stalks.


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Asclepias hirtella (Tall Green Milkweed) See details
Asclepias hirtella (Tall Green Milkweed)

Tall Green Milkweed is attractive to butterflies and bees.  Bee visitors include honeybees, bumblebees, and leaf-cutting bees.


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Asclepias incarnata (Rose Milkweed) See details
Asclepias incarnata (Rose Milkweed)

Receive a FREE SEED PACKET with every retail order!  Rose Milkweed also is commonly called Red Milkweed, Marsh Milkweed, or Swamp Milkweed. It is a  larval host for Monarch butterflies and its large rose-pink flowers with a lovely vanilla fragrance will attract bees and butterflies of all kinds. This deer-resistant plant grows in full sun in moist to medium soils.


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Asclepias ovalifolia (Oval-leaf Milkweed)  See details
Asclepias ovalifolia (Oval-leaf Milkweed)

We say the flowers are green but they can border on white or light pink.


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Asclepias purpurascens (Purple Milkweed) See details
Asclepias purpurascens (Purple Milkweed)

Purple Milkweed flowers will attract a variety of nectar seeking insects from the very small to large, Bumble Bees and, of course, Monarchs.


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Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed) See details
Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed)

Asclepias speciosa is similar to Common Milkweed, but its pinkish-purple flowers have longer petals that taper more and are covered with fine hairs.


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Asclepias sullivantii (Prairie Milkweed)  See details
Asclepias sullivantii (Prairie Milkweed)

Winner of the 2015 Green Thumb Award for Best New Product!  Prairie Milkweed, also called Sullivant's Milkweed, appears generally similar to Common Milkweed but is less aggressive and has slightly smaller flowers. A fragrant, easy-to-grow Milkweed for any sunny, medium to medium-moist site. 


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Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)   See details
Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)

Indeed once very common, Common Milkweed used to be in abundance in every farmfield, ditch and disturbed area.  Common Milkweed is one of the easiest and fastest to establish of the Milkweeds.  Observing the lifecycle of the plant and the Monarchs it will arrract will provide personal satisfaction for kids ages 1-100 while helping to counter increasing threats to our Monarch butterfly population.


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Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed) See details
Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)

One of the most popular natives for the landscape!  A great Milkweed for a sunny location in a dry area, Butterfly Weed's vivid orange color, low mounded profile, and ability to attract and sustain butterflies make this plant a well-known favorite for all types of gardens.


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Asclepias verticillata (Whorled Milkweed)  See details
Asclepias verticillata (Whorled Milkweed)

Whorled Milkweed can bloom anytime between July and September, which is later in the year than many in its family. Like all Milkweeds, it is deer and rabbit resistant.


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Asclepias viridiflora (Short Green Milkweed) See details
Asclepias viridiflora (Short Green Milkweed)

With its light green to green flowers, Short Green Milkweed (also called Green Comet Milkweed) attracts bumblebees and other long-tongued bees. As it matures the flowers begin to turn yellowish or purplish green.


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Asclepias viridis (Spider Milkweed)   See details
Asclepias viridis (Spider Milkweed)

Also called Green Antelopehorn, Spider Milkweed features rose-white flowers surrounded by green that form in showy globes, usually one per plant.  Its beauty and tendency to spread slightly make it a good garden choice.


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Aster ciliolatus (Lindley's Heart-leaved Aster) See details
Aster ciliolatus (Lindley's Heart-leaved Aster)

Aster ciliolatus Lindley's Heart-leaved Aster


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Aster cordifolius (Heart-leaved Aster) See details
Aster cordifolius (Heart-leaved Aster)

New in roots!  The wonderful array of blue-purple flowers attracts butterflies, bees, and makes excellent cut flowers.


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Aster drummondii (Drummond's Aster) See details
Aster drummondii (Drummond's Aster)

The white blossoms of Drummond's Aster become tinged with blue-purple as they age.


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Aster ericoides (Heath Aster) See details
Aster ericoides (Heath Aster)

Heath Aster is very easy to grow in medium to dry soils. The white flowers explode all along the stem of the plant in early fall, providing that last bit of color to a garden before winter.


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Aster firmus (Shining Aster) See details
Aster firmus (Shining Aster)

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Aster furcatus (Forked Aster)      See details
Aster furcatus (Forked Aster)

Forked Aster begins to bloom in July, much earlier than most Asters.


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Aster laevis (Smooth Blue Aster)      See details
Aster laevis (Smooth Blue Aster)

The leaves on this Aster are indeed smooth to the touch. The similar-looking Sky Blue Aster has rough leaves, as do many other Asters. 


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Aster lanceolatus (Panicled Aster)   See details
Aster lanceolatus (Panicled Aster)

Common to wet-mesic, full-sun sites, Panicled Aster is a white-blooming Aster that can be distinguished by the pronounced curling habit of its dead leaves. They often spiral around the plant's stem.


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Aster lateriflorus (Calico Aster)    See details
Aster lateriflorus (Calico Aster)

Calico Aster gets its common name from the variety of colors of its blossoms' central disks.


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Aster linariifolius (Stiff Aster) See details
Aster linariifolius (Stiff Aster)

Stiff Aster is an attractive choice for rock gardens or dry, rocky slopes in full sun to partial shade.  It grows in low (1') clumps with showy blue-purple blossoms and needle-like, single-veined leaves.


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Aster macrophyllus (Big-leaved Aster)       See details
Aster macrophyllus (Big-leaved Aster)

Aster macrophyllus is common to northern woodlands, where it often forms a dense ground cover, spreading by rhizomes.


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Aster novae-angliae (New England Aster)     See details
Aster novae-angliae (New England Aster)

New England Aster is a late-bloomer, like most Asters. Maturing to 5' tall, it is rich with purple flowers with orange-yellow centers from late summer to October.  Popular with pollinators, it thrives in full sun or light shade in all but the driest soils.


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Aster novae-angliae - Pink form (Pink New England Aster)    See details
Aster novae-angliae - Pink form (Pink New England Aster)

This New England Aster variation is not a pure pink strain but produces mixed colors on that end of the color range.


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Aster oblongifolius (Aromatic Aster)    See details
Aster oblongifolius (Aromatic Aster)

Aromatic aster is one of the last Aster species to bloom in the fall.  The stiff stems will branch out slowly to create a bush-like appearance and will completely covered in light purple flowers when blooming.


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Aster oolentangiensis (Sky Blue Aster) See details
Aster oolentangiensis (Sky Blue Aster)

Typically 2-3' tall, Sky Blue Aster occasionally reaches up to 5' in rich soils. Aster oolentangiensis can grow in many different types of soil as long as it is well-drained.  The leaves are smaller along the upper stem and typically heart-shaped at the base.


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Aster pilosus (Frost Aster)   See details
Aster pilosus (Frost Aster)

Frost Aster helps to extend the floral season, blooming for about six weeks in autumn.  Its common name derives from tiny white hairs that sometimes lend its leaves a hoary appearance.


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Aster praealtus (Willow Aster) See details
Aster praealtus (Willow Aster)

Willow Aster gets its common name from its long, narrow willow-like leaves, which grow alternately along the stem and feature pronounced veins along their lower surface.


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Aster prenanthoides (Crooked-stemmed Aster)  See details
Aster prenanthoides (Crooked-stemmed Aster)

Aster prenanthoides, one of the shorter Asters (1-3'), prefers wood edges, stream banks and damp thickets. It blooms in late summer and early autumn.


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Aster puniceus (Swamp Aster) See details
Aster puniceus (Swamp Aster)

Preferring wetter soils, Swamp Aster is often found in soggy thickets, sedge meadows, fens and calcareous seeps. It can be nearly as tall as New England Aster with similarly large flowers.


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Aster sagittifolius (Arrow-leaved Aster) See details
Aster sagittifolius (Arrow-leaved Aster)

Aster saggitifolius tolerates most sun conditions and sets large, showy clusters of white-blue blossoms in autumn, often causing its wide-set branches to bend.


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Aster sericeus (Silky Aster)     See details
Aster sericeus (Silky Aster)

Both sides of the alternating leaves of Silky  Aster are covered with fine hairs that lie flat, creating a silvery-green, silky, appearance.


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Aster shortii (Short's Aster)    See details
Aster shortii (Short's Aster)

An attractive inhabitant of dry woodlands and savannas, Aster shortii grows to about 3' in height.


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Aster turbinellus (Prairie Aster)  See details
Aster turbinellus (Prairie Aster)

A native of dry-mesic prairies and savannas, Aster turbinellus is one of the later-blooming Asters.


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Aster umbellatus (Flat-topped Aster) See details
Aster umbellatus (Flat-topped Aster)

Flat-topped Aster begins to bloom in July, much earlier than most Asters.


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Astragalus bisulcatus (Two-Grooved Milk Vetch) See details
Astragalus bisulcatus (Two-Grooved Milk Vetch)

A milk vetch from the Western US with spikes of vibrantly colored flowers.


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Astragalus canadensis (Canada Milk Vetch) See details
Astragalus canadensis (Canada Milk Vetch)

Canada Milk Vetch attracts hummingbirds, song birds and butterflies, including the Western Tailed Blue butterfly larvae. 


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Astragalus crassicarpus (Ground Plum)  See details
Astragalus crassicarpus (Ground Plum)

Astragalus crassicarpus provides beauty and interesting texture and form in every part of the plant  and stage of development. A low-growing, spreading legume, it prefers full sun and well-drained soils.


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Astragalus neglectus (Cooper's Milk Vetch) See details
Astragalus neglectus (Cooper's Milk Vetch)

Rare or endangered in some areas of its northern range, Astragalus neglectus sets creamy white blossoms in June and July.


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Astragalus racemosus (Creamy Milk Vetch) See details
Astragalus racemosus (Creamy Milk Vetch)

Astragalus racemosus is native to dry prairies and range lands from Minnesota west to Montana and from Saskatchewan to Texas.


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Baptisia alba (White Wild Indigo) See details
Baptisia alba (White Wild Indigo)

A quick grower in spring, White Wild Indigo pushes up into an erect, lightly-branched, smooth-stemmed herbaceous bush. Its pea-like blossoms form on long spikes and are quite showy but without floral scent.


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Baptisia australis (Blue Wild Indigo) See details
Baptisia australis (Blue Wild Indigo)

Probably the most familiar and wide-ranging of Baptisias, Blue Wild Indigo can provide an early deep blue flare in spring in native plantings where its bushy structure complements summer bloomers.


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Baptisia australis var. minor (Dwarf Blue Indigo) See details
Baptisia australis var. minor (Dwarf Blue Indigo)

Dwarf Blue Indigo is a perennial wildflower that forms a small "shrub" shape; excellent for landscaping.


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Baptisia bracteata (Cream Wild Indigo) See details
Baptisia bracteata (Cream Wild Indigo)

Cream Wild Indigo is among the earliest prairie species to bloom. It keeps interest throughout the season with blue-black pods and attractive dark fall foliage.


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Baptisia sphaerocarpa (Large Yellow Wild Indigo) See details
Baptisia sphaerocarpa (Large Yellow Wild Indigo)

The beautiful large yellow blossoms of Baptisia sphaerocarpa project proudly above its foliage in June and July. The marble-sized round seed pods distinguish this species from other Baptisias.


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Baptisia tinctoria (Small Yellow Wild Indigo) See details
Baptisia tinctoria (Small Yellow Wild Indigo)

NEW in potted plants!  When most Baptisias are done blooming, the Small Yellow Wild Indigo is in full flower. A nice shrub-like perennial for a landscape setting.


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Bidens aristosa (Swamp Marigold) See details
Bidens aristosa (Swamp Marigold)

At home in full sun and wetter soils, Bidens aristosa sports brilliant yellow-gold blossoms in late summer and fall. The awns are absent on this Bidens, meaning the seed will not easily attach itself to clothing, shoelaces or fur.


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Bidens cernua (Nodding Bur Marigold) See details
Bidens cernua (Nodding Bur Marigold)

The bright, sunflower-like yellow blossoms of Bidens cernua grace full-sun wet sites in the summer months and September. The fruiting heads tend to nod.


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Bidens connata (Purple-stemmed Tickseed) See details
Bidens connata (Purple-stemmed Tickseed)

Found in full-sun, wetter settings, Bidens connata is similar to Bidens cernua but grows a little taller, can tolerate some shade, blooms later with blossoms more in the yellow-orange hues and has dark purple-black stems.


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Bidens coronata (Tall Swamp Marigold) See details
Bidens coronata (Tall Swamp Marigold)

Damp spot? Tall Swamp Marigold or any of the Bidens species will give you glorious yellow color from late summer through late fall. Bidens coronata is similar to Bidens aristosa mutica but can be distinguished by flower bracts that are curly and sparsely fringed or bristled.


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Bidens frondosa (Common Beggarticks)  See details
Bidens frondosa (Common Beggarticks)

Common Beggarticks is an annual; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed.


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Bidens polylepis (Bearded Beggarticks)  See details
Bidens polylepis (Bearded Beggarticks)

Unlike most Bidens or Beggarticks/Tickseed species, the Bearded Beggar's Ticks' awns are absent so the seed will not easily attach to clothing, shoelaces or fur. It also differs in seeming not to require over-wintering for germination.


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Blephilia ciliata (Downy Wood Mint) See details
Blephilia ciliata (Downy Wood Mint)

Downy Wood Mint has a distinctive appeal with its tight clusters of pink-purple flowers stacked to resemble a pagoda.


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Blephilia hirsuta (Hairy Wood Mint) See details
Blephilia hirsuta (Hairy Wood Mint)

Blephilia hirsuta prefers moist woods and savannas. Its white two-lipped flowers are packed in tight clusters stacked vertically on lightly branching stems that reach up to 3'.


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Boechera canadensis (Sicklepod) See details
Boechera canadensis (Sicklepod)

Boechera canadensis (Sicklepod) is a biennial plant that blooms in the 2nd year of growth from the center of a low rosette of oblanceolate leaves.


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Boehmeria cylindrica (Smallspike False Nettle) See details
Boehmeria cylindrica (Smallspike False Nettle)

Preferring wet-mesic or shady sites, Boehmeria cylindrica lacks the stinging hairs of some of its nettle cousins. Moths and butterflies are attracted to this modest plant.


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Boltonia asteroides (False Aster) See details
Boltonia asteroides (False Aster)

A robust bloomer, Boltonia asteroides provides a bright white presence from late summer to fall, a time when the predominant native flower color is yellow. The aster-like blossoms are an inch across and feature yellow centers surrounded by narrow white ray petals that often are tinged from pink to purple.


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Boltonia decurrens (Decurrent False Aster) See details
Boltonia decurrens (Decurrent False Aster)

Boltonia decurrens is a heavy bloomer that can reach heights up to seven feet. Naturally adapted to flooding, it is found in open, wet bottom land.


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Cacalia atriplicifolia (Pale Indian Plantain) See details
Cacalia atriplicifolia (Pale Indian Plantain)

Other Scientific Names in use: Arnoglossum atriplicifolium
Pale Indian Plantain is aggressive and therefore may not be suitable for small landscape plantings.


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Cacalia plantaginea (Prairie Indian Plantain) See details
Cacalia plantaginea (Prairie Indian Plantain)

Other Scientific Names in use: Cacalia tuberosa or Arnoglossom plantagineum Other Common Name in use: Groovestem Indian plantain


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Cacalia suaveolens (Sweet Indian Plantain)  See details
Cacalia suaveolens (Sweet Indian Plantain)

Other Scientific Names in use: Hasteola suaveolens


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Calla palustris (Water Arum) See details
Calla palustris (Water Arum)

Seeds / Packet: 75
Seeds / Ounce: 5,500


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Callirhoe bushii (Bush's Poppy Mallow) See details
Callirhoe bushii (Bush's Poppy Mallow)

Bush's Poppy Mallow can mature to 2' in height but will often be seen spreading out rather than up. Its magenta flowers are a real stand-out in any planting. It prefers drier soil conditions, full sun to partial shade and has a long bloom time through the summer months. Callirhoe species also are called "Winecups."


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Callirhoe digitata (Fringed Poppy Mallow) See details
Callirhoe digitata (Fringed Poppy Mallow)

Seeds / Packet: 100
Seeds / Ounce: 7,000


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Callirhoe involucrata (Purple Poppy Mallow) See details
Callirhoe involucrata (Purple Poppy Mallow)

Seeds / Packet: 25 Seeds / Ounce: 2,100


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Callirhoe triangulata (Clustered Poppy Mallow) See details
Callirhoe triangulata (Clustered Poppy Mallow)

The drier the soil, the better for this Poppy Mallow. Even through the driest stretches of summer, the Clustered Poppy Mallow will be laden with beautiful magenta-red blossoms.


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Caltha palustris (Marsh Marigold) See details
Caltha palustris (Marsh Marigold)

Marsh Marigold's stunning yellow flowers will be one of the first wetland flowers to appear in the Spring!  It grows best in all light conditions, from full sun to full shade.


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Camassia angusta (Southern Wild Hyacinth) See details
Camassia angusta (Southern Wild Hyacinth)

After flowering in the spring, Camassias will go dormant for the rest of the year. 


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Camassia leichtlinii (Greater Camas) See details
Camassia leichtlinii (Greater Camas)

From Northwest USA


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Camassia scilloides (Wild Hyacinth) See details
Camassia scilloides (Wild Hyacinth)

NEW in potted plants!  Attractive to a number of insects seeking nectar and pollen, Camassia scilloides re-seeds itself and, though slow to establish, is fairly long-lived.


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Campanula americana (Tall Bellflower) See details
Campanula americana (Tall Bellflower)

Tall Bellflower reaches from three to more than six feet in height, its blue-violet blooms provide a bright late-summer accent to savanna or woodland plantings.


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Campanula rotundifolia (Harebell) See details
Campanula rotundifolia (Harebell)

Harebell is a delicate beauty with small, blue-violet, bell-shaped flowers that nod from the tips of slender stems. It prefers dry soils and blooms in spurts from summer to fall.


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Cardamine concatenata (Toothwort) See details
Cardamine concatenata (Toothwort)

Toothwort is one of the first plants to bloom in spring; dozens of white to pale-pink will cover a healthy colony of plants just a few years after transplant or division. It is also called Cutleaf Toothwort.


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Castilleja coccinea (Indian Paintbrush) See details
Castilleja coccinea (Indian Paintbrush)

Indian Paintbrush is a sought-after prairie beauty that prefers bright sites with medium-dry to medium-wet soils. An annual or biennial, its vivid scarlet bracts nearly hide small, greenish flowers and appear to have been dipped in paint. As a hemiparasitic plant it can be difficult to grow. Click to learn more...


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Castilleja sessiliflora (Downy Painted Cup) See details
Castilleja sessiliflora (Downy Painted Cup)

Castilleja sessiliflora (Downy Painted Cup) is a hemiparasitic plant of dry, infertile soil that will attach to other dry soil plants such as short grasses to share their moisture and nutrients.


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Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh) See details
Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh)

Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh) is a beautiful woodland plant with a preference for rich moist conditions.


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1/4 oz. $6.00
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1 oz. $15.00
1 lb. $225.00
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Ceanothus americanus (New Jersey Tea) See details
Ceanothus americanus (New Jersey Tea)

A deciduous shrub that grows just 3' tall, the dried leaves of New Jersey Tea make a flavorful tea that was popular during the Revolutionary War.


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Chamaecrista fasciculata (Partridge Pea) See details
Chamaecrista fasciculata (Partridge Pea)

Partridge Pea's large yellow flowers are great favorites of bees and other pollinators.  It is an annual; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed.


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Chelone glabra (Turtlehead) See details
Chelone glabra (Turtlehead)

Chelone glabra is an important host plant providing larval food for the lovely orange and brown Baltimore Checkerspot butterfly. Its nectar also attracts other butterflies and bumblebees.


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Chrysopsis villosa (Hairy Golden Aster) See details
Chrysopsis villosa (Hairy Golden Aster)

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Cicuta maculata (Water Hemlock) See details
Cicuta maculata (Water Hemlock)

Native to nearly all of North America, Water Hemlock is considered the continent's most poisonous plant. The neurotxin cicutoxin is most concentrated in the roots but no part of the plant should ever be ingested in any amount!


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Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh) See details
Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh)

Slow to establish from seed, it's best to buy a few roots to get this great savanna/woodland plant naturalized.


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Cirsium discolor (Pasture Thistle) See details
Cirsium discolor (Pasture Thistle)

Native thistles can be identified by examining the underside of the leaves. The downy white underside contrasts with the green topside. Additionally, native thistles are noticeably less prickly. Pasture Thistle is a biennial.


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Cirsium muticum (Swamp Thistle) See details
Cirsium muticum (Swamp Thistle)

Swamp Thistle produces vibrant purple to pink flowers, and is only weakly armed compared to other thistles. It is biennial but will reseed.


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Claytonia virginica (Spring Beauty) See details
Claytonia virginica (Spring Beauty)

Spring Beauty is a small woodland plant flowering in mid to late spring from a small corm. The flower color is pale pink from a distance but a close look reveals five white petals striped with pink.


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Clematis virginiana (Virgin's Bower) See details
Clematis virginiana (Virgin's Bower)

A perennial vine nicknamed "Prairie Smoke on a Rope" for its look in the Fall.  A great climber for partial to full shade.


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1/4 oz. $15.00
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1 lb. $600.00
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Cleome serrulata (Rocky Mountain Bee Plant) See details
Cleome serrulata (Rocky Mountain Bee Plant)

Rocky Mountain Bee Plant lives for one year (an annual) but it will re-seed. The pink flowers of attract bees and the seeds are important food for doves and other small birds.  It is drought tolerant.


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Comandra umbellata (Bastard Toadflax) See details
Comandra umbellata (Bastard Toadflax)

Bastard Toadflax is a hemiparasitic species in the Sandalwood family that will often attach to a host plant to meet nutritional and/or water needs.


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Coreopsis lanceolata (Lance-leaf Coreopsis) See details
Coreopsis lanceolata (Lance-leaf Coreopsis)

Lance-leaf Coreopsis waves brightly in late spring and early summer on sunny sites with medium-dry or sandy soil. The bright yellow, daisy-like flowers are about 1 1/2" in diameter and bloom singly on long stems.


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1 lb. $75.00
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Coreopsis palmata (Prairie Coreopsis) See details
Coreopsis palmata (Prairie Coreopsis)

Prairie Coreopsis matures to a height of just 2'. It prefers medium to dry soil conditions and sets striking yellow flowers for 3-4 weeks, usually in June and July. Beekeepers consider all Coreopsis species to be good honey sources.


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Coreopsis tripteris (Tall Coreopsis) See details
Coreopsis tripteris (Tall Coreopsis)

NEW in potted plants!  As its name implies, Coreopsis tripteris (Tall Coreopsis) stands quite tall reaching heights of 7' and in some cases up to 9'.


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1 lb. $300.00
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Crotalaria sagittalis (Rattlebox) See details
Crotalaria sagittalis (Rattlebox)

This modest legume sparsely produces yellow, pea-like summer flowers that give way to plump seed pods. When dry and shaken, the pods can produce a rattling sound.


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1/4 oz. $8.00
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Cryptotaenia canadensis (Honewort) See details
Cryptotaenia canadensis (Honewort)

For about a month in mid-summer, this shade-loving perennial produces tiny (1/8-in.) white flowers, splayed in the compound umbels that are characteristic of its carrot family. The blossoms are not fragrant or showy but they are very attractive to a variety of native bees, flies and wasps.


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1/2 oz. $5.20
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Cuscuta pentagona (Prairie Dodder) See details
Cuscuta pentagona (Prairie Dodder)

An annual, yellow-orange vine, Prairie Dodder twines around host plants (often Baptisia or Desmodium species) to extract nutrients through a series of warty suckers along its length.  This parasite produces no chlorophyll, depending completely on the host plant, which can be smothered.  For about a month in mid-summer to late fall the vine forms clusters of small white flowers.


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Dalea candida (White Prairie Clover) See details
Dalea candida (White Prairie Clover)

Before flowering, it can be easy to tell the White from the Purple Prairie Clover by looking at the leaves. Narrow on the Purple, wide on the White Prairie Clover. See corresponding photo.


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Dalea foliosa (Leafy Prairie Clover) See details
Dalea foliosa (Leafy Prairie Clover)

Once a strong presence in medium to dry soil prairies, this species is now on the brink of extinction in natural areas, occurring in small populations in just a few states.


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Dalea purpurea (Purple Prairie Clover) See details
Dalea purpurea (Purple Prairie Clover)

Before flowering, it can be easy to tell the Purple from the White Prairie Clover by looking at the leaves. Wide on the White, narrow on the Purple Prairie Clover.


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Dasistoma macrophylla (Mullein-foxglove) See details
Dasistoma macrophylla (Mullein-foxglove)

New!


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1/4 oz. $12.00
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Delphinium carolinianum (Wild Blue Larkspur) See details
Delphinium carolinianum (Wild Blue Larkspur)

Delphinium carolinianum (Wild Blue Larkspur) features distinct blue to blue-violet flowers with a backward pointing spur.


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Delphinium exaltatum (Tall Larkspur) See details
Delphinium exaltatum (Tall Larkspur)

This Larkspur has a much later bloom time than other Delphinium species. It is blooming in July when others, like Wild Blue Larkspur, are already dormant.


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Delphinium tricorne (Dwarf Larkspur) See details
Delphinium tricorne (Dwarf Larkspur)

Shorter and sooner to bloom than other Delphiniums, Dwarf Larkspur adds beauty to early spring with plentiful, blue-purple, spurred flowers. Its deeply-lobed leaves alternate sparsely along the flowering stalks. The plant thrives in medium to medium-wet soil in all sun exposures.


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Delphinium virescens (Prairie Larkspur)  See details
Delphinium virescens (Prairie Larkspur)

Delphinium virescens (Prairie Larkspur) is considered a subspecies of D. carolinianum (Wild Blue Larkspur) so can also be called Delphinium carolinianum ssp. virescens. Prairie Larkspur is usually white whereas Wild Blue Larkspur is usually blue.


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1 oz. $40.00
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Desmanthus illinoensis (Illinois Bundle Flower) See details
Desmanthus illinoensis (Illinois Bundle Flower)

Desmanthus illinoensis (Illinois Bundle Flower) is bushy and smooth, growing up to 4' tall.


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1 lb. $30.00
Desmodium canadense (Showy Tick Trefoil) See details
Desmodium canadense (Showy Tick Trefoil)

The nectar, pollen, seeds and foliage of Showy Tick Trefoil appeal to a number of insects, birds and mammals.


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1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.80
1/2 oz. $7.80
1 oz. $12.00
1 lb. $180.00
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Desmodium cuspidatum (Hairy Bracted Tick Trefoil) See details
Desmodium cuspidatum (Hairy Bracted Tick Trefoil)

Rare in much of its native range, this legume often is associated with hardwood forest edges or clearings. Pointed leaflets form in groups of three and small purple-pink flowers appear for a long period from mid-summer to early fall.


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Desmodium glutinosum (Pointed-leaved Tick Trefoil) See details
Desmodium glutinosum (Pointed-leaved Tick Trefoil)

Desmodium Glutinosum (Pointed-leaved Tick Trefoil) is a leguminous plant found in a woodland or woods edge situation.


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Desmodium illinoense (Illinois Tick Trefoil) See details
Desmodium illinoense (Illinois Tick Trefoil)

With pale pink to purplish pea-like flowers, Desmodium illinoense (Illinois Tick Trefoil), grows to a height of 3-6 feet and thrives in dry to moderate soil types.


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1/4 oz. $4.80
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1 oz. $12.00
1 lb. $180.00
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Desmodium sessilifolium (Sessile-leaf Tick Trefoil) See details
Desmodium sessilifolium (Sessile-leaf Tick Trefoil)

Like other Tick Trefoils, this legume sports purple-pink, pea-like flowers that attract pollinators in summer and sticky seed pods that provide food for wild turkeys and other fowl in fall or winter.


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Dicentra cucullaria (Dutchman's Breeches) See details
Dicentra cucullaria (Dutchman's Breeches)

Dutchman's Breeches is a true spring woodland ephemeral species, blooming early April and going dormant mid-May.


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Dodecatheon amethystinum (Amethyst Shooting Star) See details
Dodecatheon amethystinum (Amethyst Shooting Star)

Dodecatheon amethystinum (Amethyst Shooting Star) produces a dramatic cluster of five parted, purple to pink colored blossoms.


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Dodecatheon meadia (Midland Shooting Star) See details
Dodecatheon meadia (Midland Shooting Star)

Midland Shooting Star can become very robust with a few dozen flowers coming out of each plant; especially in moist rich soils. It also establishes well and will self seed in dry rocky situation or in the shade of a shrub or small tree.


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1 oz. $80.00
1 lb. $1200.00
Dodecatheon pulchellum (Southern Shooting Star) See details
Dodecatheon pulchellum (Southern Shooting Star)

New! Also called Prairie Shooting Star.


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Echinacea angustifolia (Narrow-leaved Coneflower) See details
Echinacea angustifolia (Narrow-leaved Coneflower)

An very drought-tolerant, showy perennial.


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1/4 oz. $4.80
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1 lb. $180.00
Echinacea atrorubens (Reflexed Coneflower) See details
Echinacea atrorubens (Reflexed Coneflower)

A rare Echinacea for dry soils.


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Echinacea pallida (Pale Purple Coneflower)   See details
Echinacea pallida (Pale Purple Coneflower)

Pale Purple Coneflower provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies, and the leaves provide food for the Ottoe-skipper larva. Deer don't seem to bother this early summer bloomer when only a few other sun loving plants are in bloom.http://www.prairiemoon.com/plants/potted-plants/mix-and-match.html


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1 lb. $150.00
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Echinacea paradoxa (Bush's Coneflower)   See details
Echinacea paradoxa (Bush's Coneflower)

NEW in potted plants!  The paradox of this plant is that it is a yellow Coneflower; all other native Echinaceas are shades of purple and pink. This is a rare plant native to the Ozark region of AR and MO, but it grows well in gardens from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast. It is the most fragrant of all the Coneflowers.


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1/4 oz. $4.80
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Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)  See details
Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)

Purple Coneflower may be the most iconic prairie plant. Cultivar varieties abound but the pure native that we sell is golden red to purple, matures to about 4' on most sites and may release a slight fragrance in strong sunlight. Flowers appear June-September with some plants re-blooming in fall.


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Echinacea tennesseensis (Tennessee Coneflower)   See details
Echinacea tennesseensis (Tennessee Coneflower)

Recently removed from the federal endangered species list, Tennessee Coneflower is well worth having around. Flat, pastel pink flowers with green and burgundy centers follow the sun like sunflowers.


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Echinocystis lobata (Wild Cucumber) See details
Echinocystis lobata (Wild Cucumber)

Wild Cucumber is an aggressive, annual vine with very fragrant blooms. Despite its name, the fruit is not edible. Smooth, branching vines may stretch 15-20' and sport attractive, alternately-placed leaves, resembling maple foliage.


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Echinodorus berteroi (Upright Burhead) See details
Echinodorus berteroi (Upright Burhead)

Echinodorus berteroi (Upright Burhead)


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Epilobium angustifolium (Fireweed) See details
Epilobium angustifolium (Fireweed)
Its common name comes from its sudden appearance after a wildfire.  Fireweed has willow-like leaves and red stems like other plants in its genus but its stunning magenta blossoms make it unique.  Well-known and widespread in N. Minnesota, Wisconsin and also very common in Alaska and throughout the Northern hemisphere.

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1/4 oz. $55.00
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1 oz. $200.00
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Epilobium coloratum (Cinnamon Willow Herb) See details
Epilobium coloratum (Cinnamon Willow Herb)

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Epilobium glandulosum (Northern Willow Herb) See details
Epilobium leptophyllum (Bog Willow Herb) See details
Epilobium leptophyllum (Bog Willow Herb)

New!


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Eryngium yuccifolium (Rattlesnake Master) See details
Eryngium yuccifolium (Rattlesnake Master)

Rattlesnake Master matures to a height of 4' and has white, attractive "bristly" flowers.  The latin name, Eryngium yuccifolium, comes from the fact that the leaves look very much like a Yucca plant.


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Erythronium albidum (White Trout Lily) See details
Erythronium albidum (White Trout Lily)

Trout Lily has tulip-like green leaves with silvery-maroon mottled markings. The plants will spread slowly to form colonies, but can take many years to flower. A single, very attractive flower will bloom for just a few days on mature plants early in the spring.


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Eupatorium altissimum (Tall Boneset) See details
Eupatorium altissimum (Tall Boneset)

A rugged, hairy plant of dry-mesic prairies and savannas, Tall Boneset features flattish clusters of white tubular blossoms from late summer through fall. It could easily be confused with False Boneset (Kuhnia eupatorioides) also of upland prairies blooming at the same time.


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Eupatorium coelestinum (Mistflower) See details
Eupatorium coelestinum (Mistflower)

Resembling a lovely blue-purple fog when found in dense stands, the disk flowers of Eupatorium coelestinum form in clusters of 35-70 at the tops of stems in late summer and autumn.


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Eupatorium fistulosum (Hollow Joe Pye Weed) See details
Eupatorium fistulosum (Hollow Joe Pye Weed)

New!


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Eupatorium maculatum (Joe Pye Weed) See details
Eupatorium maculatum (Joe Pye Weed)

Also called Spotted Joe Pye Weed, its dusty rose-colored flowers will bloom for many weeks in July and August, becoming absolute magnets for dozens of species of butterflies.  If you love Joe Pye but have too much shade, try Sweet Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium purpureum).


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Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) See details
Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset)

Growing in moist conditions, Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) produces flat to roundish heads of white flowers. Many different insect species are attracted to the flowers as the nectar is relatively easy to access.


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Eupatorium purpureum (Sweet Joe Pye Weed) See details
Eupatorium purpureum (Sweet Joe Pye Weed)
Not many Woodland flowering plants can reach heights of 7'.  Plant Sweet Joe Pye Weed in moist, well-drained, rich garden soil in partial to full shade with Tall Bellflower and Wild Golden Glow for a stunning tall savanna or woodland garden.

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Eupatorium rugosum (White Snakeroot) See details
Eupatorium rugosum (White Snakeroot)

Common to woodland edges, Eupatorium rugosum reaches 2-4' in height on strong, branching stems. In late summer to fall, pure white flowers appear in flat-topped, branching clusters.


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Eupatorium serotinum (Late Boneset) See details
Eupatorium serotinum (Late Boneset)

Eupatorium serotinum is closely related to Tall Boneset but has several distinguishing characteristics. It tends to grow taller (5' or more), has long-stemmed, coarse-toothed leaves with a single prominent vein running their lengths and the flower heads are denser, with 12-15 blossoms.


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Euphorbia corollata (Flowering Spurge) See details
Euphorbia corollata (Flowering Spurge)

Flowering Spurge is sometimes is called native Baby's Breath because of its resemblance to that horticultural variety. For about six weeks in mid- to late summer, plants are bowed by numerous blossoms.  A toxic white latex in the leaves and stems keeps deer and other mammals away.


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Filipendula rubra (Queen of the Prairie) See details
Filipendula rubra (Queen of the Prairie)

Queen of the Prairie is known for its beautiful spray-like clusters of pink flowers that make it a stand out and give it its regal name.


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Fragaria virginiana (Wild Strawberry) See details
Fragaria virginiana (Wild Strawberry)

Newly available in seed!  Not only do you get the early summer white blossoms and edible fruit, but the Wild Strawberry plant takes on a great red fall color also.


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Frasera caroliniensis (American Columbo) See details
Frasera caroliniensis (American Columbo)

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Froelichia floridana (Cottonweed) See details
Froelichia floridana (Cottonweed)

Cottonweed is an annual; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed. It requires sandy soils.


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Galium boreale (Northern Bedstraw) See details
Galium boreale (Northern Bedstraw)

Northern Bedstraw thrives in part shade and medium-dry to medium-moist soils. It spreads both by seed and underground rhizomes.


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Galium concinnum (Shining Bedstraw) See details
Galium concinnum (Shining Bedstraw)

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Gaura biennis (Biennial Gaura) See details
Gaura biennis (Biennial Gaura)

Biennial Gaura establishes in a prairie planting early, giving the area much-deserved early color in year two and blooming in the somewhat dreary month of September.


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Gaura coccinea (Scarlet Gaura) See details
Gaura coccinea (Scarlet Gaura)

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Gaura longiflora (Large-flowered Gaura)  See details
Gaura longiflora (Large-flowered Gaura)

Short-lived


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Gentiana andrewsii (Bottle Gentian) See details
Gentiana andrewsii (Bottle Gentian)
Bottle Gentian are slow-growing but long-lived and require little care once established. Bumblebees are the main pollinators because they are the only insects strong enough to pry open the closed flowers. Cream Gentian is the first Gentian to bloom in late summer.

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Gentiana flavida (Cream Gentian) See details
Gentiana flavida (Cream Gentian)

Cream Gentian are slow-growing but long-lived and require little care once established. Bumblebees are the main pollinators because they are the only insects strong enough to pry open the closed flowers. Cream Gentian is the first Gentian to bloom in late summer.


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Gentiana puberulenta (Downy Gentian)  See details
Gentiana puberulenta (Downy Gentian)

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


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Gentianella quinquefolia (Stiff Gentian)  See details
Gentianella quinquefolia (Stiff Gentian)

Stiff Gentian is a biennial; it grows vegetatively during the first year and completes its life cycle during the second but will re-seed.


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Gentianopsis crinita (Fringed Gentian) See details
Gentianopsis crinita (Fringed Gentian)

Gentiana crinita is a biennial; it grows vegetatively during the first year and completes its life cycle during the second but will re-seed! Fringed Gentian flowers open on sunny days, but generally remain closed on cloudy days.


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Gentianopsis virgata (Small Fringed Gentian)  See details
Gentianopsis virgata (Small Fringed Gentian)

Small Fringed Gentian is a biennial; it grows vegetatively during the first year and completes its life cycle during the second but will re-seed.


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Geranium carolinianum (Carolina Crane's-bill) See details
Geranium carolinianum (Carolina Crane's-bill)

New!  Carolina Crane's-bill is an annual; it completes its life cycle during one season but will re-seed.


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Geranium maculatum (Wild Geranium) See details
Geranium maculatum (Wild Geranium)

Native to much of eastern North America, Wild Geranium never disappoints. Mostly found in woodlands in the wild, it does just as well in full sun!


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Geum aleppicum (Yellow Avens) See details
Geum aleppicum (Yellow Avens)

Available in bare-roots which will ship in April


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Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke) See details
Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke)

The silky, flowing styles of the fruiting stage of Prairie Smoke, never fail to win admirers at first sight.  When setting seed, large stands of the plant create a gauzy effect that resembles smoke hovering close to the ground.  Prairie Smoke should grow well in zones 3-7 in fertile, yet well-drained soils.


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Glycyrrhiza lepidota (Wild Licorice) See details
Glycyrrhiza lepidota (Wild Licorice)

Other Common Names in use: American Licorice
Genus Glycyrrhiza is a legume.


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Gnaphalium obtusifolium (Sweet Everlasting) See details
Gnaphalium obtusifolium (Sweet Everlasting)

Sweet Everlasting has a wonderful maple syrup smell.


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Helenium autumnale (Sneezeweed) See details
Helenium autumnale (Sneezeweed)

Despite its common name, it presents no problems for most allergy sufferers. Its pollen is distributed by insects, not wind.  Sneezeweed sets large and numerous daisy-like, yellow flowers that can provide welcome color in late summer and autumn when many other blossoms have disappeared.


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Helenium flexuosum (Purple-headed Sneezeweed) See details
Helenium flexuosum (Purple-headed Sneezeweed)

An eye-catching composite for moist, sunny locations.


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Helianthus divaricatus (Woodland Sunflower) See details
Helianthus divaricatus (Woodland Sunflower)

A sunflower especially suitable for dry, open woodland or savanna.


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Helianthus giganteus (Tall Sunflower) See details
Helianthus giganteus (Tall Sunflower)

Blooming July to October, the the flowers of Helianthus giganteus (Tall Sunflower) consist of 10-20 yellow rays, arranged in loose clusters.


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Helianthus grosseserratus (Saw-tooth Sunflower)   See details
Helianthus grosseserratus (Saw-tooth Sunflower)

Saw-tooth Sunflower can reach heights of 8 feet and blooms well into the fall.


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Helianthus maximiliani (Maximilian Sunflower) See details
Helianthus maximiliani (Maximilian Sunflower)

Maximilian Sunflower is very showy, tall, and spreads vigorously.


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Helianthus mollis (Downy Sunflower) See details
Helianthus mollis (Downy Sunflower)

Characteristic fine, soft, downy hairs cover the stems and leaves of Downy Sunflower, giving it a blueish-gray-green appearance.


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Helianthus occidentalis (Western Sunflower)  See details
Helianthus occidentalis (Western Sunflower)

This is a well-behaved Sunflower compared to some of the other more aggressive Helianthus species.  It is also one of the shorter native Sunflowers reaching maximum heights of 3'.  Western Sunflower has attractive, red, leaf-less stems.


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Helianthus pauciflorus (Showy Sunflower)  See details
Helianthus pauciflorus (Showy Sunflower)

Also known as Helianthus rigidus or H. laetiflorus (Stiff or Prairie Sunflower), Showy Sunflower is host to the Gorgone Checkerspot, a butterfly that is restricted to high quality prairie dry remnants.


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Helianthus strumosus (Pale-leaved Sunflower) See details
Helianthus strumosus (Pale-leaved Sunflower)

A highly variable, rhizomatous woodland sunflower that can grow in a wide range of sun conditions.
 


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Heliopsis helianthoides (Early Sunflower) See details
Heliopsis helianthoides (Early Sunflower)

It is possible to hike from a fairly moist, almost wetland situation to the driest south facing hillside and Early Sunflower can be found all along the way.


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Hepatica acutiloba (Sharp-lobed Hepatica) See details
Hepatica acutiloba (Sharp-lobed Hepatica)

This Hepatica is a small, elegant, very early bloomer that prefers well-drained woodland soil ample moisture and dappled light. Roots ship fall only


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