| DP-50 | 40 Avail. | $102.50
| 1G | 500 Avail. | $8.40
Big Bluestem is a tall, colorful warm-season native grass that once dominated the Midwest prairies. The upright clumps of flattened foliage emerge grey to blue-green and mature to green with red hues before turning reddish-bronze with lavender tones after frost. Flowering stalks extend above to foliage in late summer bearing 3-parted, finger-like purplish flower clusters. Grows best in full sun and well-drained soils. Excellent drought tolerant once established. Type: Orn. Grass Height: 4' - 6' Spread: 2 - 3' Spacing: 2.5' USDA Hardiness Zone: 5 - 8 Culture: Full Sun Bloom Color: Purple Season of Interest: Fall, Year-Round MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low maintenance. Cut stems to...
Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'
FEATHER REED GRASS 'KARL FOERSTER'
| 1G / 1 | 450 Avail. | $10.20
Karl Foerster's Feather Reed Grass is a visually stunning ornamental grass that is a soft green. It has feathery stalks that emerge a reddish-brown in spring and turn a beautiful golden yellow in fall. These feathery stalks bloom weeks earlier than most Feather Reed Grasses and continue to bloom until fall. Prefers sunny areas in rich moist soils. Type: Orn. Grass, Perennial Height: 1’ - 2’ (6’ with stalks) Spread: 1’ - 2’ Spacing: 1’ USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Culture: Full Sun Bloom Color: Red Season of Interest: Spring, Summer, Fall MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low maintenance plant, prefers wet...
| 1G | 325 Avail. | $10.20
Lanceleaf Tickseed is a compact perennial native to the states with a mounding habit. The narrow hairy green foliage is topped by bright yellow daisy-like flowers in spring. Prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Type: Perennial Height: 1-2' Spread: 1’-1.5' Spacing: 1’ USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-9 Culture: Full Sun, Partial Sun Bloom Color: Yellow Season of Interest: Spring MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance. Can be an aggressive self-seeder- deadhead in spring to encourage extended bloom and prevent spreading. Crown rot may happen if soils are not well-draining. LANDSCAPE USES: Accents or Group Plantings, Borders, Woodland Gardens, Native Gardens, Rock Gardens, Foundational Plantings. COMPANION PLANTS: Coneflower, Yarrow, Salvia Image: そらみみ, Flowers of Coreopsis lanceolata...
| 1G | 436 Avail. | $9.45
Wild Bergamot is a native upright herbaceous perennial with fragrant toothed grey-green foliage. The fringe-like scarlet lavender flowers blooms in whorls at the top of the thick stems in summer and attract bees and butterflies. Best in full sun and well-drained soil. Mildew Resistant. Leaves can be used in teas. Monarda fitulosa is the native bee balm that is a host plant for the Hermit Sphinx Moth. Its an excellent attractor for bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds while its avoided by deer. Type: Perennial Height: 2' - 4' Spread: 2' - 3’ Spacing: 2’ USDA Hardiness Zone: 3 - 9 Culture: Full Sun, Part Sun Bloom Color: ...
Rubus x ''APF-153T' PP#26,990
PRIME-ARK® FREEDOM THORNLESS BLACKBERRY
| 1G | 65 Avail. | $16.12
Prime-Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry is an early-fruiting ever-bearing variety of the deciduous shrub that produces heavy yields of very large fruits their first year. The pink-white rose-like flowers give way to clusters of fruits in which ripen in summer on established canes and again in fall on the new growth. Fruits best in full sun and rich, moist, slightly acidic well-drained soils. Prime-Ark Freedom is self-fruiting and has good disease resistance, but is intolerant of wet soils. Type: Shrub Height: 5 '- 6' Spread: 5’ - 6' Spacing: 5' USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 8 Culture: Full Sun, Partial Sun Bloom Color: White Season of...
| 1G | 485 Avail. | $7.88
Orange Coneflower is a native herbaceous perennial with an upright clumping habit and medium green narrow foliage. The daisy-like yellow flowers have a purple-brow center disk and bloom from mid-summer until frost. Flowers best in full sun and consistent moisture. Deadheading prolongs the blooming season. Drought tolerant once established. Type: Perennial Height: 2'-3' Spread: 2’-2.5' Spacing: 2' USDA Hardiness Zone: 3-9 Culture: Full Sun, Part Sun Bloom Color: Yellow Season of Interest: Summer, Fall MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance. Water regularly. Good air circulation will avoid most diseases and pest issues.LANDSCAPE USES: Accents or Group Plantings, Borders, Naturalized Areas, Wildlife Garden, Native Gardens, Rock Gardens, and Containers. COMPANION PLANTS: Russian Sage, Hibiscus, Daylily Image: Christian Fischer, RudbeckiaFulgida,...
Schizachyrium scoparium 'Blaze'
BLAZE LITTLE BLUESTEM
| 1G | 90 Avail. | $11.48
Blaze Little Bluestem is a native grass with upright slender leaves noted for its continuously changing colors and vivid red fall foliage that holds through winter. The foliage emerges light blue, matures to grey-green, then acquires purplish tint before exploding into intense shades of pink-orange, red-purple then the vivid red of fall. Tiny red-brown flowers rise high above the foliage on stems in late summer and are followed by fluffy white seed heads that persist through winter. Grows best in full sun and well-drained soils. Drought tolerant once established. Schizachyrium scoparium is a native host plant for 6 different skippers: the Ottoe, Indian, Crossline, Dusted, Cobweb, and...
Thelypteris kunthii 'Southern Wood Fern'
SOUTHERN WOOD FERN
| 1G | 1050 Avail. | $9.23
| 3G | 70 Avail. | $26.40
River Fern is a long arching fast-growing semi-evergreen fern native that spreads its ferns in all directions. The bright sea green sword-shaped fronds that are very hairy and earn bronze hues in fall. Grows best with part shade and rich moist well-drained soils. Drought tolerant once established. Type: Fern Height: 2' - 4’ Spread: 2' - 4' Spacing: 3’ USDA Hardiness Zone: 7 - 10 Culture: Part Sun, Full Shade Bloom Color: N/A Season of Interest: Fall, Year-Round MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance. Keep moisture consistent. LANDSCAPE USES: Accents or Group Plantings, Borders, Woodland Gardens, Naturalized Areas, Rock Gardens, Ponds and Streams, and Containers. COMPANION PLANTS: Solomon’s Seal, Bleeding Heart, Lungwort Image: Mr. Granger, Thelypteris kunthii at Coker Arboretum, CC0 1.0
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