1 G | 1345 Avail. | $9.00
Swamp Milkweed is an upright native perennial often found in swamps, rivers, and wet meadows with green lance-like leaves. Tight clusters of small, fragrant flowers come in shades of pink and mauve and bloom in late spring to summer. Performs best in full sun and moist to wet soils, but can tolerate average soils. The milky sap released from damaged stems is toxic if ingested. Asclepias are the sole host plants for the Monarch Butterfly, and also hosts the Queen Butterfly and various moth larva. The nectar provides for various pollinators and attracts hummingbirds. Type: Perennial Height: 2’ - 4’ Spread: 2’ - 3’ Spacing: 3’ USDA Hardiness...
18-CT. FLAT | 65 Avail. | $108.00
1G | 500 Avail. | $12.00
Cardinal Flower is an upright native herbaceous perennial with erect stalks of cardinal red tubular flowers that bloom late in summer above the dark green lance shaped leaves. Prefers afternoon shade and moist to wet well-drained soil. Foliage is highly toxic if ingested. Lobelia cardinalis acts a sa native host for several species of butterflies, and the nectar as a food source for hummingbirds and Swallowtail Butterflies. Type: Perennial Height: 2' - 4' Spread: 1’ - 2' Spacing: 1.5' USDA Hardiness Zone: 3 - 9 Culture: Full Sun, Part Sun Bloom Color: Red Season of Interest: Summer, Fall MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance. Water Regularly, do not let soils...
Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red'
WINTER RED WINTERBERRY
3 G | 40 Avail. | $29.73
4' HT | 65 Avail. | $245.00
5' HT | 20 Avail. | $285.00
Winter Red Winterberry is a slow-growing upright deciduous shrub with a rounded habit and luscious dark green foliage. As a female cultivar, Winter Red produces heavy amounts of large glossy bright red berries if pollinated that can persist all the way to spring. Best planted in moist, slightly acidic well-drained soils. Hollies are dioecious and need both male and female plants to produce fruit. Ilex verticillata is a native food source for several animals and pollinators, and acts as a host for various moths and the Henry's Elfin Butterfly. While the wildlife enjoys the berries they are toxic to humans. Type: Shrub...