Clump-forming. May to July16-24"Prairie Savannafull to part sunVivid blue flowers in tall spikes. Keeping this plant cut back will improve its appearance. Can be grown in a wide variety of soils, but needs regular water. Mesic to wet soils. Scientific NameCommon NameFlowersHt.HabitatLightDescriptionGallon + Broad heads of deep pink flowers. Excellent for shady restorations and gardens. 410‐529‐0552 Request Catalog A Natural History of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona: With an Introduction to the Madrean Sky Islands Very good butterfly plant.•• A tropical looking tough perennial that tolerates wet conditions and poor drainage. It can tolerate dry conditions but grows best in moist soil. Found throughout region.• Vivid blue and white-striped flowers in terminal spikes. If we don't have what you're looking for, we can let you know when it might be ready or suggest a good substitution. Quercus albaWhite OakGreen Koeleria macranthaJune GrassGreen Great butterfly plant.•• Its purple blooms are quite conspicuous in the hot Texas summer months from June to September. Huge trumpet shaped flowers in spikes above glossy leaves. Good on dry soils. Rudbeckia fulgidaOrange ConeflowerOrange-Yellow It is an abundant late-season food source for bees. Deep red fall foliage. Stately, spreading trees common in savannas. Need it right away? June to July30-42"Prairie Savannafull to part sunStately perennial with glossy foliage and beautiful sky blue flower clusters. Savannafull to part sunBroad heads of deep pink flowers. Its spherical flowers attract butterflies. July to Sept18-24"Marsh Evergreen in mild winters. Found throughout MN and WI. Datura dies back to the ground in the winter but comes back bigger and better. Deciduous. Great for adding texture and interest to wet restorations.• Our first printed catalog was typeset and published in 1982. \r\n, Zone : 9Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 18-24"Spread : 9-12"Origin : South Aftica. It is tolerant of alkaline, neutral, and acid soils, as well as drought tolerant. Aster ptarmicoidesUpland White AsterWhite It is very adaptable to many soil conditions, is drought and heat tolerant, as well as deer resistant. Carex bicknelliiBicknell's SedgeTan May to June12-24"Dry to Wet Prairie Savannafull to part sunSedge adapted to habitats ranging from dry to moist, usually on rocky, gravelly soil. Very attractive perennial for prairie and savanna restorations as well as perennial gardens. A must for woodland gardens and restorations.••• DATE TIME Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center Native Plant Sale and Seminar March 10 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 2289 County Park Dr., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 573-290-5218 to register (free) for seminar Great butterfly plant. Aug to Oct24"Prairie Rhus typhinaStaghorn SumacGreen-yellow Good for steep banks and slopes. Toll-Free: 1.800.667.2729 Mesic to moist soils.• Mesic to wet soil. Peatlandfull sun to part shadeSpikes of showy turtle-shaped flowers atop glossy dark green foliage. Found throughout southern 2/3 of MN and WI. Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 24-36"Spread : 18-24"Origin : Native. Excellent color and interest in the winter. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'-6'Spread : 3'-6'Origin : Native. Great butterfly plant.• Nice clusters of white flowers followed by black berries. Rapidly growing rhizomatous species. July to Sept24-42"Prairie Marsh Swampfull sun to part shadeBroad, flat clusters of pink heads to 5" across. Impressive sunflower with numerous broad yellow heads. ... Plant Catalog. Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeBeautiful clump-forming sedge of lake and wetland margins. Good for moist, shaded restoration sites.•• In the spring bloom period, the seed panicles look like pink plumes of smoke rising above the leaves. Native into SE WI. Very attractive to butterflies. Under-utilized, very attractive low shrub with glossy green leaves and 2" clusters of fragrant flowers. Evergreen through mild winters. It is evergreen in mild winters and makes an excellent container plant.It will tolerate full shade, but blooms better with more sunlight. Adapts well to different soils, but prefers good drainage. Mallow-like pink blooms appear spring through fall. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 5-10'Spread : 5-10'Origin : Central and South America. Galium borealeNorthern BedstrawWhite Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 15'Spread : 20'Origin : Native. Greyish foliage makes this a nice contrast plant. Zone : 4Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18-24"Spread : SpreadingOrigin : Native. Scirpus atrovirensGreen BulrushBrown The catalog … Dry to moist soils. April to Mayto 80'Forest Can be somewhat spreading and aggressive but is very adaptable to a variety of soil moisture conditions and good for restorations. Great butterfly plant. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 3-5'Origin : Native. A beautiful border plant, this perennial creeps low along the ground and blooms continually. Bears bluish purple berries that are edible and attractive to wildlife. It will tolerate full sun as long as it recieves regular water. This one was discovered at our nursery. Late May to July16-20"Prairie Acer macrophyllum 'Bigleaf Maple' 0. Flower stalks with white inflorescence reach upwards of 3 feet! Attractive plants occurring in dry prairies and on rocky cliff areas. Coarse clump forming plant with nice clusters of small brown heads. River fern is a shade lover that can brighten up a dark space. This small tree or large shrub has glossy, evergreen, aromatic foliage. Aug to Oct8-18"Savanna Woodland Forestfull sun to shadeOne of the most common groundcovers of northern forests. Most common liatris of dry, sandy prairies throughout MN and WI. Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeImpressive sunflower with numerous broad yellow heads. Vaccinium myrtilloidesVelvet-leaf BlueberryWhite May to Augto 6'Forest Wetland Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeVery common in wetlands along lakes, streams, and rivers, particularly in the north. Calamagrostis canadensisBlue Joint ReedgrassStraw July to Sept24-36"Prairie Marsh Lake Edgefull to part sunDense purple spikes. Tolerant to soils from wet to dry.• Widely adapted to dry, moist or even wet soils. Tough and tolerant of many conditions. Nice tall shrub for shoreland planting or as a hedge. Echinacea purpureaPurple ConeflowerPurple Very good for shady rain gardens.•• May to June12-20"Prairie Fast-growing shrub tolerant of mesic to wet soils. Forms attractive clumps.• June to Aug30-42"Prairie Marsh Lake Edgefull to part sunLegume of moist to wet prairies and lake edges. This shrub is a hybrid between the native E. herbacea and the Brazilian E. crista-galli. Ratibida pinnataYellow ConeflowerYellow Drought and heat tolerant.\r\n, Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6" Beautiful plant among the best to attract butterflies. Very pretty from summer into fall. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 15-20'Spread : 10-15'Origin : Native. Forms nice clumps. It makes an excellent groundcover and will spread to create a dense mat. July to Oct18-30"Prairie An aggressive groundcover with glossy, green foliage and bright, yellow-orange blooms. Very unique corky bark and an open upright spreading form similar to elms. Compact and well suited to perennial gardens. Good evergreen privacy screen. It is deciduous and produces an interesting star shaped seedpod throughout the summer. Prices from $2.95 Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 24"-36"Spread : 36"Origin : Native. "•• Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 2'-5'Spread : 3'-6'Origin : Native. Perfect for a fence or trellis. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18-30"Spread : 18"Origin : Native. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 1-2'Spread : 1-2.5'Origin : Native. Particularly adapted to dry soils.• Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeShowy plant of moist to wet habitats. Stamens are red, making them beautiful cutflowers when fresh. Tropical looking erect shrub with fine bi-pinnate foliage. Turns a deep, brilliant red in the fall. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 3'Spread : 3'Origin : Native. It needs full sun and poor, well-drained soil. Broad, flat clusters of pink heads to 5" across. Aug to Sept24-36"Prairie Savannafull sun to part shadeHighly recommended for restorations and for perennial gardens. Very unique corky bark and an open upright spreading form similar to elms.• Shade-tolerant.• Excellent for wet lake edge plantings. April to May1-2'Pine Forest Savannafull sun to part shadeVery cool low shrub with serrated elongate leaves that look like fern leaflets. When in full bloom the contrast of the gray and blue really catch your eye and stand out in a garden. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 5-10'Spread : 4-6'Origin : South America. It is very drought tolerant and will tolerate poor soil with good drainage. Host plant for monarch butterflies and nectar source for others.•• Peatlandfull to part sunShrub of lake margins ranging from sandy to peaty. Sign up for eNews. Also called Tickseed, this is the easiest to grow coreopsis. Evergreen. Commonly used as a garden perennial. Mid- to late successional tree, mostly of the northwoods but also into the deciduous forests of central WI and southern MN. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 30'Spread : 3-6'Origin : Native. Silene regiaRoyal CatchflyRed Outstanding, low, clump-forming graminoid with yellow-green foliage. July to Oct24-52"Prairie Savannafull to part sunOne of the more common native prairie wildflowers. Endemic to Texas, evergreen and deer resistant. Marsh Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18"Spread : 30"Origin : Mexico. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 2'-4'Spread : 2'-4'Origin : Native. The light purple blooms attract lots of butterflies as well as people, you are sure to get lots of compliments on this one. Savannafull to part sunAn aster with one of the truest blue flowers you can find among native wildflowers. Tolerates dry to wet soils and shade to sun. Can be grown as a shrub or may be limbed up for a single or multi-trunk tree form. Native Revival specializes in California-native and drought-tolerant plants for the Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Bay areas. Performs best with infrequent deep watering in well-drained soils. Used medicinally and in herbal teas. Tradescantia bracteataPrairie SpiderwortBlue Aster lateriflorusCalico AsterWhite The best of both worlds in one plant! Very good lawn alternative. Very attractive spreading shrub. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 2-3'Origin : South America. Lobelia cardinalisCardinal FlowerRed It only requires good drainage and medium water to encourage the explosion of flowers all summer long. Forms tall dense clusters with maple-like lobed leaves. Suited to dry sunny sites. Woodlandfull sun to part shadeThimble-like infloresence held atop slender stems above highly divided basal leaves. June to Oct24-36"Prairie Savannafull to part sunVery common short-lived perennial occurring in a wide range of habitats. Excellent for lakescaping and water gardens. It is an abundant late-season food source for bees.•• Native south of our range but tough enough for restorations here in NW WI. Alamo Vine is perfect for covering arbors and trellises, however it is a vigorous grower so be sure to give it plenty of room. Commonly used as a garden perennial and for wet lake-edge plantings. Very attractive multi-tiered flower spikes persist through the summer and into the fall.•• Good butterfly plant.• If you have requested a catalog or ordered from us recently then you're already on our mailing list. Red form called "Mexican Hat.". Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 30-40'Spread : 30-40'Origin : Native. A small, very ornamental deciduous tree that can be single or multi-trunk. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4-8'Spread : 4-8'Origin : Native. Excellent butterfly plant. Verbena strictaHoary VervainBlue Native Sons, Inc. 379 West El Campo Road Arroyo Grande, CA 93420. Drought tolerant and deer resistent. Silver Ponyfoot, with its striking, silver foliage is a very nice addition to any dry garden. Gaillardia -like heads in abundance. Also called Texas Hill Country Sedge or Sand Sedge, this sedge is excellent for unimproved or natural areas. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 6-15'Spread : 3-6'Origin : Mexico. July to Sept48-72"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeClump-forming grass of dry, sandy to moist habitats. June to Oct18-24"Prairie Attracts loads of pollinators. Unusual plant with attractive yellowish foliage and sweet fragrance when crushed. This is an evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy foliage that can be easily trimmed to form a hedge. Beautiful tall spikes of pink flowers above attractive foliage. Nice for gardens and lake edge restorations. ... Our native plants, naturally occurring in the river bottoms, flood plains, prairies, woods and savannas of the Twin Cities Region, are at this time from seed or cutting sources within 300 miles of our nursery. Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeFlower spikes resemble hops clusters. June to July24-36"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeWidely adapted to habitats ranging from dry prairie to swampy thickets. The persistent red berries of this deciduous shrub give this plant its common name. July to Aug24-36"Prairie May to Juneto 16'Forest Ranges throughout MN and WI.•• Showy seed head. Viburnum trilobumHighbush CranberryWhite Evergreen, fast growing and high climbing vine that is covered with large orange tubular flowers in the spring. 2020 Native Plant Catalog and . Tracking credits for a certificate? Found on dry prairies throughout the region. July to Oct28-42"Prairie Savannafull to part sunExotic-looking plant that resembles a desert yucca. Marsh Peatlandfull to part sunShrub that frequents lake margins on soil ranging from sand to peat and saturated to moderately dry. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 6'Spread : 6'Origin : Native. Mounding, herbaceous perennial with lovely 2 1/2" magenta flowers. Fall color is bronze or rust, but it does not take long before new growth appears. Red form called "Mexican Hat. Very drought tolerant. It reseeds easily and prolifically. Semi-spreading, attractive ornamental fern.•• Swampfull sun to part shadeLavender spikes of 1" snapdragon flowers that look like small monkeys. Fragrant herb with showy dotted multicolored leaves below flowers. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 1-2'Spread : 12-18"Origin : Native. April to Mayto 12'Forest Fields Clearcutsfull sun to part shadeOne of the earliest flowering shrubs. $22/half flat of all one species Height : 3-6 feetOrigin : NativePartial Sun : YesShade : NoSpread : 3-4 feetSun : YesZone : 3-9. Very attractive in prairies and perennial gardens. Vivid blue flowers in tall spikes. Widely adapted to dry, moist or even wet soils.•• Good in moist to wet soils for lake edge landscaping. Perfect for the Japanese garden as well as habitat restoration or foundation plantings. Very fast growing for habitat restoration. Cornus racemosaGray DogwoodWhite Similar to the S. greggii but with a lacy, draping form. Very attractive in prairies and perennial gardens. Nectar source for butterflies.•• Good garden perennial and cutflower. Dryopteris marginalisWood Fern20"Forest Swamppart to full shadeBlue-green highly divided fronds. Very good lawn alternative. Fragrant foliage makes good herbal tea.•• May6-8"Dry to Mesic Forestfull sun to full shadeOutstanding, low, clump-forming graminoid with yellow-green foliage. Smaller version of the species. June to Sept36-48"Prairie Marsh Swampfull sun to part shadeTall spikes of blue flowers really attract butterflies. Origin : Native. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 6-12"Spread : 9-12"Origin : Native. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 6-8'Spread : 3-4'Origin : Native. Graceful stems with soft highly divided leaves in a U-shaped pattern. Flame Sumac is a beautiful, irregularly shaped small ornamental tree. Must be planted in well-drained soil. Unique tropical-looking shrub with glossy foliage and attractive flower clusters in summer. A rounded evergreen shrub with silver/gray leaves and small lavender flowers in the spring. April to May60-90'Riparian Forest Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeCinnamon to reddish peeling bark. July to Sept36-72+"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeOne of the most dominant tall prairie grasses. Savanna Zizia aureaGolden AlexandersYellow Blue-black berries are very tasty fresh or in jam. It’s easy to grow and can spread quickly, so be sure to give it plenty of room. Good in moist to wet soils for lake edge landscaping. May to June18"Woodland Forestpart sun to full shadeBeautiful spring woodland wildflower. Needle-like thorns may be hazardous in high-trafficked areas. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 25'Spread : 25'Origin : Native. Its size is a bit smaller than the species. This is a true Texas treasure that was once thought to be extinct, but now thrives in many gardens. July to Sept12-18"Dry Prairie Savannafull to part sunAttractive plants occurring in dry prairies and on rocky cliff areas. Nice perennial for moist to wet habitats. The only deciduous native conifer. Spikes of showy turtle-shaped flowers atop glossy dark green foliage. Very showy, good butterfly plant. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'Spread : 3'Origin : Native. Throughout MN and WI.•• Height : 1-2 feetOrigin : NativePartial Sun : YesShade : NoSpread : 1-2 feetSun : YesZone : 3-10. Rosy heads appear in abundance on tall spikes. This is one amazing rudbeckia! Great plant for a wide range of habitats.•• June to Sept18-30"Prairie Savannafull to part sunFragrant herb with showy dotted multicolored leaves below flowers. Coreopsis palmataPrairie CoreopsisYellow Carex comosaBottlebrush SedgeGreen Very good cover crop for restorations. Found on dry prairies throughout the region.•• An airy, clumping perennial with delicate flowers that appear on 2 to 3 foot tall sprays like butterflies. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-25'Spread : 15-25'Origin : Native. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 24"Spread : 10"Origin : South Africa. 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