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Check out these new plants we have added to our 2014  catalog! 

Herbaceous

Herbaceous cont.

Grasses

Achillea millefolium

Monarda bradburiana

Carex brevior

Antennaria neglecta

Oenothera fruiticosa ‘Cold Crick’

Carex emoryii

Chrysopsis mariana

Phlox divaricate ‘Blue Moon’

Carex hystericina

Dicentra eximia

Phlox stolonifera ‘Bruce’s White’

Carex molesta

Eryngium yuccifolium

Rudbeckia subtomentosa

Carex radiata

Liatris aspera

Solidago ohioensis

Carex rosea

Liatris squarrosa

Solidago riddellii

Danthonia spicata

Lobelia cardinalis ‘New Moon Maroon’

 

Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Standing Ovation’ PPAF

We have created several lists of species we carry for various growing conditions. Each of these areas will also have varying degrees of available sunlight. We have created these in an effort to help you choose wisely, the right plant for the right place.  Please check out these plant lists on our Information Page.


 
 
Echinacea purpurea

Echinacea purpurea

Common Name: Purple coneflower

Butterfly magnet, goldfinch love the seeds as well. Drought tolerant, tolerates wide range of conditions. 

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Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

Common Name: Purple coneflower

A violet red selection with horizontal petals. Tolerates a wide range of conditions. 

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Echinacea purpurea 'Ruby Star'

Echinacea purpurea 'Ruby Star'

Common Name: Purple coneflower

An introduction from Jellito Seed, 'Ruby Star' (Rubinstern) has the horizontal qualities of 'Magnus' with a deeper, richer magenta hue. Performs best with good drainage. 

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Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'

Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'

Common Name: White coneflower

A white selection of purple coneflower.

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Echinacea tennesseensis 'Rocky Top'

Echinacea tennesseensis 'Rocky Top'

Common Name: Tennessee coneflower

Hybrid of the endangered species, flower's petals are held upright instead of drooping, lovely. 

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Elymus hystrix

Elymus hystrix

Common Name: Bottlebrush grass

A woodland species with bottle brush-like flowers, tolerates dry shade. 

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Elymus virginicus

Elymus virginicus

Common Name: Virginia wild rye

Great for soil stabilization, provides food and cover for wildlife. 

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Eragrostis spectabilis

Eragrostis spectabilis

Common Name: Purple love grass

Fields come alive with clouds of purple in late summer when this species is in bloom. Drought tolerant. 

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Eryngium yuccifolium

Eryngium yuccifolium

Common Name: Rattlesnake master

A tall prairie plant, preferring well drained, dry to moist conditions. Unique. 

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Eupatorium coelestinum

Eupatorium coelestinum

Common Name: Mistflower

Great in a natural meadow, along creek banks, as well as the border. Forms small colonies. 

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Eupatorium dubium

Eupatorium dubium

Common Name: Three-nerved Joe pye

Think of it as the Joe that never really grew up! Shorter, much friendlier to smaller gardens and spaces. 

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Eupatorium fistulosum

Eupatorium fistulosum

Common Name: Joe pye weed

Huge, founded flower heads. Butterflies love it. 

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Eupatorium hyssopifolium

Eupatorium hyssopifolium

Common Name: Hyssop leaved boneset

Prefers to be on the dry side, great with grasses, and golden rods. 

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Eupatorium maculatum

Eupatorium maculatum

Common Name: Spotted Joe pye weed

Light purple flower heads, many reaching up to 8 inches across. Lightly fragrant, especially attracts the swallowtail butterfly, along with many other pollinators. 

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Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'

Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'

Common Name: Gateway Joe Pye

Big and beautiful, best known Joe pye cultivar, brings the butterflies in drones. 

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Eupatorium perfoliatum

Eupatorium perfoliatum

Common Name: Boneset

Another one for wet spaces found along streams and at woods' edge. 

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Eupatorium purpureum

Eupatorium purpureum

Common Name: Sweet Joe pye weed

Found in thickets and open woods this Joe Pye tolerates some shade, sweet odor when crushed. 

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Eupatorium rugosum

Eupatorium rugosum

Common Name: Snake root

For brightening up shady spots in the early fall, does self-sow. Tolerates wide range of conditions. 

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