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  • Plant Guide

    ‘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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    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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    Climbing prairie rose

    Rosa 'Setigura'

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

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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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    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.