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New England Aster
New England Aster is a widespread native of the eastern US and Canada and a dependable, long-blooming staple in the . . .
Joe Pye Weed
Joepye weed is my favorite magnet flower for the swallowtail butterflies. They love the puffy pink round clouds of . . .
Dame's Rocket, Sweet Rocket
This fragrant phlox-like flower is not a phlox but a member of the Mustard Family. I like to plant this with a cousin, . . .
Kansas Gayfeather, Thickspike
There's not a better cut flower than Gayfeather but that's just the beginning. This upright beauty looks like a sprig . . .
Gayfeather, Blazing Star
This is a stand-out prairie plant with so many uses in the meadow or perennial garden you can't count them. It is only . . .
Lemon Mint is native across the midwest into Utah Texas and Arizona. Does best and establishes well in soils with . . .
Purple Prairie Clover
What a lovely pioneer this is. Grows well in gravel and sun or other well-drained soils, tolerates sandy or heavy . . .
Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme
A wonderful naturalizing ground-cover and herb for the milder temperate climes. In the south it will need water and . . .
Tall Verbena, Brazilian Verbena
This is truly an amazing perennial flower. It is native in central America but performs well and returns reliably in . . .
Striking violet blooms in late summer and fall attract butterflies and later feed birds. Reportedly deer and . . .
When things get hot and wilty in the dog days of July and August, moss verbena is just getting started. Loves . . .
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