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  • Plant Guide

    ‘Moses’ Fire’ daylily

    Hemerocallis ‘Moses’ Fire’

    This double-flowered daylily has robust red blooms edged in gold. It is a heavy bloomer and will rebloom in late summer.

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    ‘Sun Mouse’ hosta

    Hosta ‘Sun Mouse’

    Hosta 'Sun Mouse' is a perfect gem to add to the miniature garden.

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    Queen of the Prairie

    Filipendula rubra

    A show-stopping best seller with 'cotton candy' pink plumes, the Queen of the Prairie is a highlight in the summer prairie garden.

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    Ironweed

    Vernonia fasciculata

    The flowers of Ironweed are like crimson torches in the late summer prairie.

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    Meadow blazingstar

    Liatris ligulistylis

    Known as the Monarch magnet, this liatris should be top-of-the-list as a Monarch nectar source for any medium-soil site. 

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    Prairie smoke

    Geum triflorum

    Prairie smoke is one of the most distinctive and best loved prairie plants.

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    Purple prairie clover

    Dalea purpurea

    This member of the legume family has it all: gorgeous purple flowers with golden flecks, and elegant foliage on multiple upright stems all combine to give it great garden form.

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    Butterflyweed

    Asclepias tuberosa

    True to its name Butterflyweed attracts legions of butterflies and is an important host plant for the caterpillars of Monarch, Grey Hairstreak, and Queen butterflies.Information provided by Praire Nursery

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    Red milkweed

    Asclepias incarnata

    A  member of the Asclepias (milkweed) genus, Red milkweed is a host plant for the caterpillar stage of the Monarch butterfly. 

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    ‘Persian Market’ daylily

    Hemerocallis ‘Persian Market’

    Gorgeous deep rose pink blooms with a deeper rose halo. An All American Daylily Selection that makes a gorgeous show in summer.