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    Lindera benzoin

    This dioecious shrub has much to offer the garden.

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    Snow Lace® gray dogwood

    Cornus racemosa 'Emerald'

    This native shrub dogwood is more compact than the species with semiglossy, emerald green foliage and showy, white fruit.

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    Cardinal penstemon

    Penstemon cardinalis

    This New Mexico/Texas native offers the garden spikes of dangling, rich red flowers in midsummer that attract hummingbirds.

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    Pteridium aquilinum

    A native fern with triangular-shaped, stiff, upright fronds that can tolerate dry soil and full sun.

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    Autumn sage

    Salvia greggii

    This native of Texas and Mexico has a woody base and can form a dwarf, evergreen shrub, 1 foot tall by 1 foot wide.

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    Wand flower

    Gaura lindheimeri

    This North American wildflower is a bushy, clump-forming, vase-shaped perennial with lance-shaped or spoon-shaped toothed leaves on slender, wandlike stems.

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    Blue pimpernel

    Anagallis monellii

    In summer, this colorful groundcover makes a 9-inch mound of saucer-shaped, deep blue flowers on long stalks.

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    Prairie trillium

    Trillium recurvatum

    This is one of the first and most plentiful Trilliums to bloom in the spring.

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    Zigzag goldenrod

    Solidago flexicaulis

    This species is aptly named for its distinctive crooked stems that bend back and forth at 45° angles between nodes.

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    American holly

    Ilex opaca

    This erect, evergreen large shrub or tree reaches 40 to 50 feet in height and 20 to 40 feet wide.