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  • Plant Guide

    The Princess™ Spanish lavender

    Lavandula stoechas 'IBPR901-2'

    This Spanish lavender features the most intense pink blossoms in the species

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    ‘White Gold’ bleeding heart

    Lamprocapnos spectabilis ‘White Gold’

    Something different for the shade.

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    Nova™ ‘Dragonfire’ Crocosmia

    Crocosmiiflora

    This Crocosmia succeeds where others fail.

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    Climbing prairie rose

    Rosa 'Setigura'

    Climbing prairie rose has fragrant deep pink flowers 2 inches in diameter. 

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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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    Shootingstar

    Dodecatheon meadia

    The delicate nodding blooms of white-to-pink petals seem to fly upward and away from the pointed red and yellow flower center, resembling a shooting star.

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    Cream false indigo

    Baptisia bracteata

    Treasured for its gorgeous clusters of lush cream flowers, the low growing and compact legume of Baptisia bracteata create a stunning effect. 

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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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    Crimson Kisses weigela

    Weigela 'Slingco 1'

    A new, more compact reblooming weigela with a tidy, rounded shape covered with bright, lipstick-red flowers kissed with a white eye.