Wide-ranging in MN and WI. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 50-90'Spread : 30-40'Origin : Native. Growing in popularity as landscape plant due to attractive foliage and fall color. Prefers dry, sunny locations. WoodlandSun to part shadeOne of the most attractive goldenrods, it has vibrant golden-yellow flowers that are a great source of pollen for bees and butterflies right up to frost. Very attractive yellow heads in profusion atop deep green glossy leaves. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 10-15'Spread : 10-15'Origin : Native. Another goldenrod worthy of growing for its very attractive foliage. Viburnum lentagoNannyberryWhite Tree from which many ornamental Arbor Vitae shrubs are selected. Fertile fronds emerge from center and look like a bunch of cinnamon sticks.•• It doesn\'t like wet feet so plant it somewhere with good drainage. Seed heads that follow are attractive throughout the year. Black seedpods following the flowers look like shiny, black, bead necklaces. Can be somewhat spreading and aggressive but is very adaptable to a variety of soil moisture conditions and good for restorations. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 1-3'Spread : 2-4'Origin : Native. Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeDeep green wirey stems in large clumps along waterways and in a variety of wetlands. An upright vase-shaped deciduous tree with rosy-pink hanging clusters of blooms. Plant in mass for an amazing show of color. Low growing plant of dry prairies. Highly attractive foliage.•, Native Shrubs Both species are excellent butterfly plants. A mini-shrub with silver green foliage that spreads and mounds. Phone: (805) 481-5996 sales@nativeson.com A beautiful border plant, this perennial creeps low along the ground and blooms continually. Perfect for the Japanese garden as well as habitat restoration or foundation plantings. Athyrium felix-feminaLady Fern36"Forest Swamppart to full shadeSemi-spreading lime green highly divided leaves make this a very useful ground cover for shady restorations and gardens.•• It prefers well-drained soil and regular watering but it is drought tolerant as well. June to July24-30"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shade1.5" white tubular flowers in tall spikes. Deer Resistant, Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 2'Origin : Native. A large, deciduous shrub with an open, airy appearance. Zone : 3Sun : NoPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 40'Spread : 40'Origin : Native, Mahonia trifoliolata (Berberis trifoliolata). Evergreen and drought tolerant, this is a sturdy staple in any landscape. Dies back by midsummer, but are plantable while dormant. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18"Spread : 30"Origin : Mexico. It is a moderately fast spreading grower and needs regular watering. Hummingbirds go wild for the orange red tubular flowers. Stout-stemmed clump former of a wide variety of wet habitats, including shady swamps. Shiny, dark green leaves are followed by fragrant, bluish purple flowers. Good in herbal teas. It is an abundant late-season food source for bees.•• Eupatorium maculatum. Savannafull to part sunNodding 2" flower clusters above thin, wispy stems. Hierochloe odorataSweet GrassGreen Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3-4'Spread : 1-2'Origin : Native. Very good fast grower. It also does well in containers. Attractive clump-forming plant topped with showy blue flowers for much of the summer. Our first printed catalog was typeset and published in 1982. Ranges throughout MN and WI.•• Native south of our range but tough enough for restorations here in NW WI.•• Drought tolerant and adapts well to most soils. Compact and well suited to perennial gardens.•• Showy spikes of red flowers are the best for attracting hummingbirds. Shop 300+ varieties of Delaware's native plants for a beautiful garden that can provide foods that attract local butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. Smaller version of the species. Very attractive, forming large clumps. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 2-4'Spread : 2-3'Origin : Native. Aug to Oct18-36"Prairie Savannafull to part sunClump former with open, fine sprays of flowers. Native into SW WI. If you're a current Prairie Nursery customer then you're already on our list, and our catalog will be mailed to you automatically. Stamens are red, making them beautiful cutflowers when fresh. Very nice wildflower for restorations and perennial gardens. Free-flowering woodland perennial that forms large clumps with attractive foliage. It is a heat loving plant that produces a single yellow/orange flower at the terminus of multiple stems. A shrubby perennial with an open, loose growing habit in the sun or partial shade. It prefers well-drained soil and is usually seen growing on the rocky cliff sides. Spread : 2-3' Tradescantia bracteataPrairie SpiderwortBlue A garden standard that is easy to grow and native to most of the U.S. Very useful in dry shade conditions where a dense mat of foliage is needed. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 3'Spread : 3'Origin : Cultivar. Very common species of dry to mesic habitats. Viburnum dentatumArrowwood ViburnumWhite Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 20-60'Spread : 10-40'Origin : Native. Scientific NameCommon NameHt.HabitatLightDescription2" Pot4.25" Pot6" Pot Get the latest news about classes, field studies, and special events! Comptonia peregrinaSweet FernBrown Moist to dry soils. The huge, white trumpet flowers open at dusk and close mid-morning. A drought tolerant, semi-evergreen fern that can grow in full sun. June to July36-48"Marsh Swamp Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeCoarse clump forming plant with nice clusters of small brown heads. Found throughout southern 2/3 of MN and WI.• Very drought tolerant and easy to grow and maintain. Although very drought tolerant, it can withstand regular watering if good drainage is provided. Adaptable to many environments. Koeleria macranthaJune GrassGreen Tolerates soils ranging from wet to dry. 2020 Native Plant Catalog and . Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'Spread : 4'Origin : Native. Long flowering period. July to Oct20-30"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeVery showy vibrant blue-flowered perennial. July to Aug36-48"Prairie Marsh Swampfull sun to part shadeFine-leaved grass forms a dense cover on lake margins. Blue green foliage and abundant white berries are attractive. Parent of 'goldsturm', one of the most popular garden perennials. This plant is not really a goldenrod but is an excellent source of pollen for bees. Our current catalog is always available as a PDF. Origin : NativePartial Sun : YesHeight : 1-3 feetShade : NoSpread : 1-3 feetSun : YesZone : 2-11, An outstanding Texas native, this mounding perennial puts on a show of white daisies from spring until fall. It can tolerate drought and reflected heat. Works for poor, dry, rocky soils. Edgefull sun to part shadeAn aggressively suckering shrub great for naturalizing in wilder areas or can be contained by regular removal of sprouts. FREE SHIPPING! The chilies are no bigger than 1" but are extremely hot. July to Sept12-24"Dry to Mesic Prairiefull to part sunThis delicate and fine-leaved plant is rather inconspicuous in the landscape but like other milkweeds it serves as an important food source for Monarch caterpillars. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12'Spread : 4-8'Origin : Native. July to Oct30-48"Swamp Lake Edgefull sun to shadeSneezeweed won't make you sneeze - it was used as an expectorant by Native Americans. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 10-25'Spread : 10-15'Origin : Native. Good on dry soils. Like most other chilies this plant … Common throughout SE to NW MN and SW to NW WI. Shop Now . Sneezeweed won't make you sneeze - it was used as an expectorant by Native Americans. Evergreen and sturdy. The bright, scarlet-colored, two inch, flowers of this penstemon really make it stand out in the garden. It prefers moist areas but will tolerate poor soil and can be used in re-vegetation projects, however it can reseed itself prolifically. Marsh Often referred to as "honeysuckle.". Excellent for wet lake edge plantings. July to Oct24-52"Prairie Savannafull to part sunOne of the more common native prairie wildflowers. logo-native-sons.png. Throughout MN and WI.•• Tolerates dry to wet soils and shade to sun. Gorgeous in clumps on soils ranging from dry to wet. Deciduous. Broad heart-shaped leaves make an great, fast-growing groundcover for all but the wettest soil types.•• Tolerates drought and a wide range of light conditions. Reliably spreads from seed once established. Aster ptarmicoidesUpland White AsterWhite Good butterfly plant. Deer resistant. Marsh Excellent for attracting butterflies. exas Sotol has arching, spiny, bright green foliage. She says: “We have a native row (4 to 5-foot wide) next to our vegetable garden. Very attractive with divided, elongate fronds held erect. Good butterfly plant. It happily blooms a profusion of yellow, daisy-like flowers in the heat, drought, and rocky soils. The blue/gray arching leaves on this agave can reach up to 6' long, making it an excellent focal point in the landscape. Marshfull sun to part shadeWidespread in MN and WI mostly on wetland margins on moist to wet soils. Aster umbellatusFlat-topped AsterWhite Suited to soils ranging from mesic to wet. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 24-36"Spread : 12-15"Origin : Native. Product tags. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4'Spread : 2-3'Origin : Afghanistan, Pakistan. Good butterfly plant.• Mayto 6'Lake Edge Forest Swampfull to part sunVery attractive spreading shrub. A beautiful salvia from Mexico that will spread by stolons when conditions are right. Broad clusters of flowers followed by red berries that persist through winter for beauty and birds.•, Native Trees It is deciduous and produces an interesting star shaped seedpod throughout the summer. Osmunda cinnamomeaCinnamon Fern24-36"Forest Swamp Marshfull sun to full shadeVery sun tolerant if always moist as in a water garden. Monarda fistulosaBergamotLavender Attractive platey bark and very hard wood. A must for forest restorations and shady perennial gardens.•• Great plant for a wide range of habitats.•• It will adapt to wet or dry sites. This Mediterranean native has a low, compact form and bright silvery foliage. A must for any open dry site restoration.• A low growing, evergreen perennial that forms a tight spreading mound. Mesic to wet soils.•• Keep trimmed in shady conditions to keep a more compact shape. Lobelia siphiliticaGreat Blue LobeliaBlue Peatlandfull to part sunShrub of lake margins ranging from sandy to peaty. Evergreen, fast growing and high climbing vine that is covered with large orange tubular flowers in the spring. Impressive sunflower with numerous broad yellow heads. Achillea millefoliumYarrowWhite Evergreen in mild winters. Monarda punctataDotted MintLavender An upright, gracefully arching, lacy textured grass with a look that is similar to a small bamboo. Over 220 of the best native plants for your garden - tall, short, flowering, foliage, for sun and shade, frost and drought tolerant. Zone : 8Sun : NoPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 18"Spread : 24"Origin : Native. This repeat-blooming floribunda rose needs only occasional watering once it is established making it a welcome addition to the Texas landscape. This is a sprawling shrub that is very useful in woodland plantings. Yellow Honeysuckle is non-invasive unlike its introduced cousins. Fast growing for shoreland restoration. Deer resistant. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-20'Spread : 12-15'Origin : Native. This native sunflower provides prominent fall color to natural areas. Toll-Free: 1.800.667.2729 The best of both worlds in one plant! Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 6-8'Spread : 3-4'Origin : Native. Its pale green leaves are used as a cooking herb. Birds love it!•• Prefers dry, hot sites with good drainage. Drought and heat tolerant.\r\n, Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6" Found throughout MN and WI ranging from prairies to forests. Rudbeckia fulgidaOrange ConeflowerOrange-Yellow Stately, spreading trees common in savannas. In the fall the leaves turn a beautiful red and when they drop, red-tinged branches are revealed, giving this plant year round interest. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'Spread : 6'Origin : Native. �Sangria� is a show stopper in any garden! Hairy fruits remain attractive throughout the year. Tolerates all but the driest soils. It was called “California Native Plants.” Since 1986, the official title has been “Plants of El Camino Real,” which alludes to the Mission era, the romantic Spanish heritage, and the famous road connecting the old settlements of our coastal foothills and valleys. A must for forest restorations and shady perennial gardens. Great for lake edges. It reseeds easily and prolifically. Very showy, good butterfly plant. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 1-2'Spread : 12-18"Origin : Native. Suitable for wet shoreland zones. Can be grown as a shrub or may be limbed up for a single or multi-trunk tree form. Male and Female trees both produce fruit that contains a toxic alkaloid saponin. Easy to grow. Dry to mesic prairies. We carry an inventory of over 400,000 native trees, native shrubs, and herbaceous native … Nice perennial geranium with attractive foliage that turns red in fall. Good in moist to wet soils for lake edge landscaping. Tolerates moist to dry soils, long-lived. Very sun tolerant if always moist as in a water garden. OK on wet and dry soils. * Gift Cards are available here * Plant Orders are closed for the 2020 Season. Its size is a bit smaller than the species. Showy yellow flowers with distinctive red stamens are highly ornamental. July to Aug30-42"Prairie Lake Edge Swampfull sun to full shadeWhite heads held in a broad terminal cluster. Its petite mounding form is covered with gray/green leaves and topped with cobalt blue flowers. Nice dried flower and contrast plant in the perennial garden. The leaves are thick, boat shaped and up to 3' long. July to Sept24-48"Wet Prairie Marsh Swampfull sun to part shadeGood lake edge perennial with broad flat-topped clusters of purple heads. A must for woodland gardens and restorations.••• Request. Good evergreen privacy screen. Adapts well to varying light, soil and moisture levels, and will grow rapidly with ample moisture. Great butterfly plant. And, is excellent for erosion control on slopes or river banks. An unarmed variety of the Prickly Pear Cactus. Very unusual flower stalk that emerges separately from 3-parted leaf. Very pleasant, fragrant spicy foliage had a number of traditional medicinal uses. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4"Spread : 24"Origin : Native. July to Oct24-36"Marsh Schizachyrium scopariumLittle BluestemAmber A clumping grass with fine leaves and a draping or 'weeping' habit. Attractive deeply divided leaves and small acorns in abundance. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-25'Spread : 15-25'Origin : Native. Heads have reflexed rays ("petals"). Great lawn alternative pioneer, bunch grass. Very similar to Carex comosa. Some consider this to be synonymous with Iris virginica.•• Mesic to wet soils.• Plant in well-drained soil. Should be grown more widely in perennial beds. Dragonfly Gardens 2020 Native Plant Catalog. Rudbeckia hirtaBlack Eyed SusanYellow Dalea purpureaPurple Prairie Clover Evergreen and deer resistent, and it can also be used as a substitute for turf. The bright yellow flowers are two inches across and will bring butterflies and other pollinators streaming into your garden. Native of driest prairies and bluff communities throughout southern 2/3 of MN and WI. It is often seen growing on the roadsides, which proves its drought tolerance and adaptability to poor soils. Wide ranging in MN and WI.• It is easy to maintain and loves hot, dry locations. This is a shrubby, herbaceous perennial with deeply lobed, palmately compound leaves and large, showy red flowers. Mounding perennial with lush aromatic foliage and eye-catching yellow blooms. All Rights Reserved. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 2-3Spread : 2-3Origin : Hybrid. Best oak for beautiful red fall color. Good woodland perennial for restorations. The petite flowers are white encircling a purple center and cover the ground profusely. This is one of our best bloomers for shady areas. Dense purple spikes. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 2'Spread : 2'Origin : Native. It is extremely drought tolerant and loves the heat. Good garden perennial.•• Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 2'Spread : 8'Origin : Mediterranean. July to Aug24-36"Prairie Savannafull to part sunSpectacular display of broad-headed purple daisies. Liatris spicataMarsh Blazing StarPurple Also known as Common Gaillardia, this staple perennial promises to be a showy addition to native Texas landscapes. July to Sept18-36"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeFabulous ornamental grass native to dry, sandy to mesic habitats throughout the region. Tolerant to soils from wet to dry.• Carex stipataAwl Fruit SedgeGreen Vivid blue flowers in tall spikes. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 12-24"Spread : 24-36"Origin : Native. A biennial so grows quickly and flowers the first or second year and then self-seeds. This is a large, spreading oak with large, leathery foliage. Acorns with distinct fringed cap.• Forestfull sun to full shadeCommon understory species of northern forests in MN & WI. Abies bracteata 'Santa Lucia Fir' 0. June to Oct18-30"Prairie Sometimes also referred to as Mexican Hat, this common native perennial is great for prairie lands or in a mixed wildflower meadow. This is a true Texas treasure that was once thought to be extinct, but now thrives in many gardens. 2020-2021. It is an abundant late-season food source for bees. Carex crinitaCaterpillar SedgeGreen It got its name from a garden in England where it was discovered and doesn\'t refer to its growth habit. Aquilegia canadensisWild ColumbineOrange Pioneer species growing following stand removal through fire or logging. Cinnamon to reddish peeling bark. Buy 10 get 1 Free Host plant for painted lady butterfly. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 5-10'Spread : 5-10'Origin : Central and South America. It can be limbed up or sheared to make a specimen or hedge. Topped with a broad, flat cluster of yellow heads. Best oak for beautiful red fall color. Good lake edge perennial with broad flat-topped clusters of purple heads. Found throughout WI, primarily in swamp habitats and along lakes and streams, but also in prairies. Broad, flat clusters of pink heads to 5" across. This large evergreen shade tree is a hybrid of the coastal live oak and the hill country live oak. Beautiful purple spikes. A long-blooming evergreen that reaches 4' with a bloomstalk up to 12' from May to October. Nice lake edge plants with flat-topped cluster of white heads. Bears bluish purple berries that are edible and attractive to wildlife. Suited to moist soils particularly along waterways. Outstanding, low, clump-forming graminoid with yellow-green foliage. Savannafull to part sunA must for gardens, producing orange flowers in 3" clusters.Tolerates driest sandy soils. An open shrub with slender branches that can reach six feet tall. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'-6'Spread : 3'-6'Origin : Native. Excellent for control of shoreland erosion. Large, shrubby perennial with red flowers and large, bright green leaves. A tropical looking tough perennial that tolerates wet conditions and poor drainage. Most common liatris of dry, sandy prairies throughout MN and WI. Throughout MN and WI. April to May60-90'Riparian Forest Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeCinnamon to reddish peeling bark. The plant is a cultivar that does not produce flowers or seed. Attractive, tough ground cover well suited to dry soils. Big Red Sage forms a dark green rosette of leaves at the base and sends tall spikes of flowers towering over the garden. Mertensia virginianaVirginia BluebellsBlue An airy, clumping perennial with delicate flowers that appear on 2 to 3 foot tall sprays like butterflies. July to Aug24-48"Swamp Nice cutflower.•• Nectar source for butterflies.•• Edible flower bulbs. Lake Edgefull to part sunCommon on lake margins throughout northern WI and MN. Forms neat clumps.•• Spiraea tomentosaSteeplebushPink It is cold hardy and very drought tolerant. In our garden it acts like an herbaceous perennial that comes back strong each year. A must for forest restorations in northern MN and WI.• Smoke Tree is a small, rounded tree with puffs of coppery-green foliage atop gracefully curved trunks. Dark purple berries in summer. Peatlandfull to part sunShrub that frequents lake margins on soil ranging from sand to peat and saturated to moderately dry. Native Plant Catalog and Ecological Gardening Guide Bringing Your Landscape to Life since 1972. Great native ornamental grass to add texture to your garden. Peatlandfull sun to shadeVery similar to and often growing along side low-bush blueberry, this species has slightly hairy leaves.• Blooms are offset nicely by the dark green lance-shaped foliage, and red-tinged trailing stems add interest. Low growing, forming attractive clumps.•• Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3-9'Spread : 5-8'Origin : Cultivar. June to Aug1-2'Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeUnder-utilized, very attractive low shrub with glossy green leaves and 2" clusters of fragrant flowers. Easy to grow. prev / next. Common shoreland plant in northern WI and MN.• May to June24-42"Marsh Peatland Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeBeautiful clumps of yellowish stems on lake margins. Native range limited to southeastern MN and southwestern WI.• Native through the central Great Plains into western WI. Low growing groundcover with aggressively spreading root system. Julyto 25'Prairie Excellent butterfly plant.•• Silphium perfoliatumCup PlantYellow Good butterfly plant. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 5-25'Spread : 5'Origin : Native. Open Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 36"Spread : 36"Origin : Native. The foliage is evergreen in most winters, dropping briefly and quickly emerging in the early spring with bronze-colored new growth. Juneto 75'Forest Woodland Savannafull sun to part shadeOrnamental hardwood valued for its timber and acorn production. Savanna Suited to driest sandy soil.• Asclepias verticillataWhorled MilkweedWhite Adapted to mesic and moist soils. July to Aug24-36"Prairie Spiraea albaMeadowsweetWhite Perfect for the Japanese garden as well as habitat restoration or foundation plantings. Zone : 8Sun : NoPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 3'Spread : 3'Origin : Native. Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 24-30"Spread : 18-24"Origin : Native. Dec 30, 2019 - Our annual catalog is available each year beginning in mid-January. Very attractive to butterflies. Lacey Oak is a small to medium-sized deciduous shade tree known for its tolerance of poor soils. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : spreadingOrigin : Native. The undersides of the thick fronds are cinnamon in color contrasting nicely with the gray-green surfaces. Slow-starting but eventually forms nice clumps. The only deciduous native conifer. Beautiful compact coneflower with deep green foliage and 3" orange-yellow heads with brown centers. Climax species of the northern deciduous/conifer forests into the northern boreal forests. This low mounding perennial is a real performer. This is a great cover for hard-to-plant areas. June to Sept36-48"Prairie Marsh Swampfull sun to part shadeTall spikes of blue flowers really attract butterflies. This perennial has an extremely high protein content making it great for livestock pastures. The low growing form and multitude of thorns make this rose a great barrier for sunny spots. Spikes of blue flowers above greyish foliage. This drought tolerant native prairie grass will grow up to 3 or 4 feet under irrigation. Excellent for restorations and water gardens. Drought tolerant. Blue green foliage and abundant white berries are attractive. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 1-3'Spread : 2-3'Origin : Native. May to June6-12"Mesic to Moist Forestpart sun to full shadeBeautiful forest groundcover with nearly round leaves. July to Aug4-8'Swamp Riparian Forestfull sun to part shadeUnique tropical-looking shrub with glossy foliage and attractive flower clusters in summer. July to Oct28-42"Prairie Savannafull to part sunExotic-looking plant that resembles a desert yucca. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 24"-36"Spread : 36"Origin : Native. Prices from $2.95 Jump to navigation. Ranges throughout MN and WI. Birds love it! It is very adaptable to many soil conditions, is drought and heat tolerant, as well as deer resistant. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4-8'Spread : 4-8'Origin : Native. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 1-2'Spread : 1-2.5'Origin : Native. Very attractive to butterflies. An outstanding Texas native that enjoys full sun and poor soil. Phlox pilosaPrairie PhloxPink Needs good drainage, full sun, and very limited water. Very different than most goldenrods. Low-grower suitable for edging native restoration plantings. Its spherical flowers attract butterflies. One of the most common and widespread native wildflowers. Eupatorium maculatumSpotted Joe-Pye WeedPurple Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4'Spread : 4'Origin : Cultivar. Sedge adapted to habitats ranging from dry to moist, usually on rocky, gravelly soil. Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 2-5'Spread : 4-8'Origin : Native. Popular garden perennial native to moist prairies, lakeside and streamside wetlands. Given good drainage and sun this native will knock the socks off anyone who passes by it. It performs well in areas that may collect water from time to time. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 12"Spread : 18"Origin : Mediterranean. Excellent for attracting butterflies.•• Being semi-evergreen this plant makes a fine accent specimen or can be used in hedges and mass plantings. catalog 2018 Native Plants. Moist to dry soils.•• Cephalanthus occidentalisButtonbushWhite It is a drought tolerant, ornamental grass with virtually no pests or diseases. Evergreen plants remain attractive into winter. It thrives in rocky soils but will tolerate heavier soils, provided that they are well-drained. Good in perennial gardens. Heads have reflexed rays ("petals"). Aster novae-angliaeNew England AsterBlue Dark red clusters of berries stay on all winter & are great food for birds.• Savannah Needs good drainage and limited water. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 2-3'Origin : South America. The spiked seed heads are flat and hang down from the stem, turning from green to brown. This is one you\'ll see growing on the side of the roads and hillsides. Now known as Merremia dissecta. July to Sept24-36"Savanna Woodland Forestpart sun to shadeMoist to moderately dry savannas and forests through southern 2/3 of WI and eastern 1/2 of MN. Acorus calamusSweet FlagYellow Very attractive perennial for prairie and savanna restorations as well as perennial gardens.•• Rudbeckia subtomentosaSweet Black Eyed SusanYellow Spikes of showy turtle-shaped flowers atop glossy dark green foliage. Excellent for wet lake edge plantings. With its succulent leaves, It is extremely drought tolerant and will withstand poor soil conditions. June to Aug3-4'Prairie With dark, cone-shaped centers and drooping, yellow petals, this plant can be used as a specimen or in the back of a perennial bed and adds great contrast with its silvery blue leaves. May to June20-36"Woodland Baptisia albaWhite Wild IndigoWhite Most often used as a specimen plant, it also makes a great barrier. Beautiful clumps of yellowish stems on lake margins. Widely adapted to dry, moist or even wet soils. Best used in rich, fast draining organic soil. This small, deciduous tree has graceful branching and makes an excellent accent. Scientific NameCommon NameFlowersHt.HabitatLightDescription2" Pot4.25" PotGallon + Is drought tolerant and easy to grow. Juneto 80'Forest Woodland Savannafull sun to part shadeRapidly growing ornamental hardwood. Zone : 9Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 6-36"Origin : Africa. Host plant for painted lady butterfly.•• Wet feet so plant it somewhere with good drainage is provided red stamens are highly ornamental at! Throughout southern 2/3 of MN with 3 '' Spread: 18 '' Origin: Mexico GoldenrodYellow... Drained areas as well as a garden showy magenta fruit new fall flush spring with bronze-colored growth. Until summer to frost in Central Texas: 24-40 '' Spread: 12-24 '' Origin: Mexico of MN WI.••! And S. longispicata, both Native to most mesic and dry soils.•• liatris pychnostachyaThick Spike StarPurple! 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