Anaphalis margaritacea

Anaphalis margaritacea – Pearly Everlasting (Su,D,S,N) 24″ tall x 12 – 36″ spread, mounded with bright leaves and white summer blooms from June to October. *Host plant host plant Blooms:  Summer  (Su) Moisture: Medium to Dry  (M-D) Soil Type: Sand (S) Range: Native (N) Started as: Seed Deer resistant Propagations via seed Plant in thin […]

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Eriogonum Umbellatum

Sulphur Buckwheat Eriogonum umbellatum (Su,D,RS,N)   A colorado native Full sun Rocky slopes, shallow sandy soils Moisture: Dry Host Plant to lupine blue butterfly Sulphur-flower buckwheat is a native, low-growing, woody perennial in the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae). The plant typically forms low, broad mats with individual clumps ranging from 4 inches to 2 ft (but […]

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Ratibida columnifera

Ratibida columnifera

Native. This is a good plant for native bees. Also known as Rudbeckia columnaris, flowers can range from yellow to a reddish brown  In my garden I will be testing this as replacement for the non-native cosmos that reliably reseed and put on a beautiful show from late July to October.  The cosmos’ foliage is […]

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Bulbs for spring feeding

Iris reticulata Purple-blue flowers. Late winter/early spring Sun/Part Shade Ht: 6-7″ Size: 6/+ Qty: 26 Spacing:3-4″ Pl.depth:3″ Product Grown From Cultivated Stock Ref: 9178 ALLIUM ‘ROSY DREAM’ Violet-pink flower heads Late spring/early summer Full Sun Ht: 14-16″ Size: 6/+ Qty: 26 Spacing:14-16″ PI.depth:4 Product Grown From Cultivated Stock Camassia ‘Blue Melody’ 14-18″ h x 6-18″ […]

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