The sunflower-like blooms of this native wildflower are a welcome sign of spring. Native Americans used the plant for food and medicine. All parts of the plant are edible. It is drought tolerant and a prize in any natural or xeriscape garden.
Smooth Blue Aster is a much beloved native plant that blooms with blue-purple flowers in late summer and early fall, adding visual interest and color to any garden. As a hardy and low-maintenance plant, it thrives in various growing conditions and plays a crucial role in local ecosystems as an essential food source for pollinators.
Delightful native wildflower of the prairie. Easy to grow from seed. Grows from basal rosettes that produce bright orange flowers. The flowers provide nectar for pollinators and are long-lasting as cut flowers. Native Americans used the root in medicine, though the seeds are poisonous.
Lewisii flax sends more stems from the base, so it is slightly 'bushy' in appearance. Dazzling blue blossoms on graceful stems adorn this beautiful native wildflower. It is easy to grow from seed, requires little care, and is drought tolerant. The intense blue flowers create a sensation when they appear in spring and last until the small rounded seed-heads form in late summer.
Dazzling blue blossoms on graceful stems adorn this beautiful native wildflower. It is easy to grow from seed, requires little care, and is drought tolerant. The intense blue flowers create a sensation when they appear in spring and last until the small rounded seed-heads form in late summer.
Blue Sage is an easy-to-grow wildflower, a magnet for butterflies, and blooms from late spring until the first frost. Blue sage creates a stunning display of beautiful blue hue's in your garden and is a good choice for beds, edgings, mass plantings, and containers. Hardy to Zone 8.
A delightful blend of mixed flowers to attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and songbirds into the garden. Contains fifteen or more specially selected flower varieties. Please see the Product Page for more details of flower varieties.
An edible, fragrant, low growing groundcover. Looks stunning creeping over rocks or paving. Attracts beneficial pollinators into the garden. It is drought tolerant, prefers full sun, and great for covering unsightly areas.
A beautiful, low-maintenance, long-lived perennial. The bright purple-pink flowers with large cone centers provide an abundance of nectar for bees and butterflies. Echinacea is a native wildflower and a beneficial medicinal herb that helps to boost the immune system.
Water Forget Me Not. The true Forget Me Not. Prefers boggy wet areas. A low-growing, spreading plant presenting small bright blue dainty flowers with yellow centers. Happily thrives along stream banks and ponds. Self-seeding perennial that also spreads by rhizomes without being invasive.
Create a stunning display with masses of brilliant blue flowers each spring. These low growing wildflowers grow naturally in woodland and meadows, though they are quite adaptable in almost any location.
Bright red flowers with golden tips bloom all summer long on these drought-tolerant plants that thrive in challenging spaces in full sun. Great for Cut Flowers too! The daisy-like flowers are up to three inches wide and attract beneficial pollinators.
The vibrant golden blooms of Showy Goldenrod will attract birds, bees, and butterflies while fortifying soil and enhancing water retention. This pollinator-friendly plant grows around 4 feet tall, supports a thriving ecosystem, and holds valued medicinal properties.
Easy to grow old fashioned favorite brought to America by early colonists. Grow at the back of the flower border or along fences—tough, sturdy, with large, showy flowers in magenta, lilac, pink, cream, and purple. Loved by pollinators – will tolerate poor soil.
Spires of Lupins in shades of blue and bluish-purple are a welcome sign in spring. Lupins are an important source of nectar for pollinators. The flowers will bloom all summer and return to delight with another stunning display the following year. Prefers sandy soil and will grow in North American regions Zones: 3-9. Lupins prefer full sun but will grow in light partial shade. Will withstand a certain amount of drought. Beneficial for butterflies.
Native host plant for Monarch Butterflies. Returns each spring after sowing from seed. Deep taproots make this an excellent drought-tolerant plant for zones 3 - 9. Bright orange flowers growing two to three feet high create a fantastic display when planted en masse. An important nectar source for beneficial pollinators. Edible if cooked correctly. Used for twine and medical in folklore.
Attractive Daisy-like flowers with a spicy scent growing 18-24 inches high. A perennial that can be difficult to get started but, once established, can live for many years. The flowers are cultivated commercially as a natural pesticide, and Pyrethrum is the safest pesticide, especially around food.
Host plant to Swallowtail butterflies! An evergreen (in the South) cold-hardy perennial herb with fragrant lacy bluish-green foliage bearing small yellow flowers in summer. It is heat and drought tolerant and suitable for dry, sunny areas. Rue will grow 1-3 feet at maturity and is ideal for short hedges or borders. Rue will deter cats and is a natural insect repellant. Good companion plant for Raspberries, Roses, Alpine Strawberries, and Fig.