Attracts Pollinators - Page 2 of 3

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    ‘Goldsturm’ black-eyed Susan

    Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’

    Large flowers consisting of brassy orange-yellow rays surrounding brown cones are what make this plant so popular.

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    ‘Kim’s Knee High’ purple coneflower

    Echinacea purpurea 'Kim's Knee High'

    This native meadow derivative is a compact version of the species.

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    ‘Fragrant Angel’ purple coneflower

    Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel'

    Coneflowers have much to offer the garden, and now they have fragrance, too.

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    ‘Golden Jubilee’ anise hyssop

    Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee'

    Anise hyssop has subtle but eye-catching chartreuse foliage.

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    Big Sky Sundown™ coneflower

    Echinacea ‘Evan Saul’

    This is one of the exceptional Big Sky™ series ( E.

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    Narrow-leaved coneflower

    Echinacea angustifolia

    This native meadow perennial has daisy-like blossoms in early summer.

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    ‘Twilight’ coneflower

    Echinacea ‘Twilight’

    This is one of the exceptional Big Sky™ series ( E.

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    Agastache foeniculum

    Agastache foeniculum

    A classic plant for both herb gardens and borders, anise hyssop is composed of erect branches of mint-and-licorice-scented, medium green leaves ending in fuzzy spikes of small lavender flowers.

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    ‘Rocky Top’ Tennessee coneflower

    Echinacea tennesseensis 'Rocky Top'

    The 'Rocky Top' hybrid offers the garden an abundance of pastel pink coneflowers with greenish-black cones on plants 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide.

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    ‘Waterlily’ autumn crocus

    Colchicum 'Waterlily'

    Semi-erect, narrowly ovate leaves 7-10 inches long appear in spring and disappear by summer, followed by large, fully double, rosy lilac flowers resembling the blooms of a waterlily.