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Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'  <br>Fireworks Goldenrod

Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'

FIREWORKS GOLDENROD

| 1 G | 12 Avail. | $12.38

Fireworks Goldenrod is a rough hairy stemmed herbaceous perennial with sharply serrated deep green foliage.  Dense plume-like panicles of tiny bright yellow flowers bloom in fall, attracting butterflies.  Best color with full sun and slightly acidic moist well-drained soils.  Tolerates wet soils and light shade. Solidago rugosa is a good host plant for wildlife, providing late season nectar and pollen for native pollinators and butterflies.  The foliage is eaten by several types of moth callipiters and the seeds are eaten by songbirds. Type:  Perennial Height:  3' - 3.5' Spread:  3’ - 3.5' Spacing:  3' USDA Hardiness Zone:  4 - 8 Culture:  Full Sun...

Heuchera villosa 'Beaujolais'  <br> Beaujolais Coral Bells, Heuchera

Beaujolais Coral Bells is a native evergreen herbaceous perennial with a clumping habit.  The large, lobed rounded leaves that create a basal mound merge various shades of rose and gold tones that turn sliver-touched burgundy with deep purple veining as it matures.  Tiny whitish-pink bell-like flowers bloom on spikes in midsummer attracting butterflies.  Best bloom in partial sun and moist well-drained soils.  Type:  Perennial Height:  0.5' - 1' Spread:  1' - 1.5’ Spacing:  1.5’ USDA Hardiness Zone:  4 - 9 Culture:  Full Sun, Part Sun, Full Shade Bloom Color:  Pink Season of Interest:  Summer, Year-Round MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low maintenance.  Potential issues include powdery mildew, rust, leaf spot, and frost heaving of roots if...

Itea virginicia <br> Sweetspire

Itea virginicia

SWEETSPIRE

| 3 G | 15 Avail. | $24.75

Sweetspire is a broad rounded deciduous shrub with a spreading habit that has long-lasting fall color.  The dark green oval leaves turn various shades of red, orange, and gold.  Small fragrant white flowers bloom on drooping cylindrical racemes in summer.  Prefers rich, moist to wet well-drained soils.  Can form dense colonies if suckers are left unchecked. Itea virginica is a host plant for the American Holly Azure butterfly if in the coastal plains, otherwise it acts as a food source for various bees and butterflies.  Birds may eat the seeds. Type:  Shrub Height:  3' - 5' Spread:  3’ - 5' Spacing:  4’ USDA Hardiness Zone:  5 -...

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