Mountain West Plants

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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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    Sullivant’s milkweed

    Asclepias sullivantii

    Sullivant's milkweed is a long-lived perennial and a well-behaved relative of the common milkweed. 

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    ‘Golden Lights’ Azalea

    Azalea x ‘Golden Lights’

    Extremely hardy selection which provides a massive display of golden-yellow single blooms. Small mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders. Deciduous.

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    Take It Easy™ Rose, Take It Easy™ Shrub Rose, Easy-To-Love•,

    Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKyoopedko’

    Glossy foliage continuously covered in red blooms with a pink reverse. Disease resistant and fragrant.

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    Doris Day Rose, Doris Day Floribunda Rose

    Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKmajuchi’

    Golden sunshine yellow, strong spice and fruit fragrance that blooms all summer.

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    Smokin’ Hot™

    Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKmopaga’

    Unique orange-red blossom overlaid with purple smoke on the edges. Great for cut flowers.

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    Downton Abbey Pretty Lady Rose™ rose

    Rosa ‘WEKdadoda’

    Old-fashioned English style rose enhanced with extraordinary fragrance.