Mountain West Plants
Sponsored Content 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.
Sponsored Content Vernonia fasciculata
The flowers of Ironweed are like crimson torches in the late summer prairie.
Sponsored Content 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.
Sponsored Content Geum triflorum
Prairie smoke is one of the most distinctive and best loved prairie plants.
Sponsored Content Asclepias sullivantii
Sullivant's milkweed is a long-lived perennial and a well-behaved relative of the common milkweed.
Sponsored Content 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.
Sponsored Content Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKyoopedko’
Glossy foliage continuously covered in red blooms with a pink reverse. Disease resistant and fragrant.
Sponsored Content Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKmajuchi’
Golden sunshine yellow, strong spice and fruit fragrance that blooms all summer.
Sponsored Content Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKmopaga’
Unique orange-red blossom overlaid with purple smoke on the edges. Great for cut flowers.
Sponsored Content Rosa ‘WEKdadoda’
Old-fashioned English style rose enhanced with extraordinary fragrance.