PerennialsL are mostly $11 in a gallon pot.

These are samples of our natives. You will find many more when you visit! NO SHIPPING.
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"Butterfly Weed" (Asclepias tuberosa). A beautiful perennial in the milkweed family. Well-behaved in the sun garden with good drainage. Host plant for monarch butterflies. About 18" to 2' $10
Red Columbine - (Aquilegia canadensis) - starting in mid-spring, the flowers bring early hummingbirds. Sun to pt shade.18'-2'. Bed, border or rockery. Needs good drainage. $10 each.
Green-headed Coneflower (Rudbeckia Laciniata). Stunning for sun or a bit of shade. 4'tall, big clear yellow flowers. Great for back of border or near wall or fence. No staking needed. $10

"Joe Pye Weed" (Eupatorium fistulosum). 6'-7' tall with huge flowers. Anchors your mini-meadow and attracts butterflies, especially Swallowtails. Sun to a little shade. $10
'Blue Star' (Amsonia hubrichtii) for texture and all-season interest for front of border,or to define an edge. This versatile beauty will last for many years in your native garden. Light blue flowers in late spring, willowy texture all season, and gold fall color. FULL SUN. About 1' tall. $10.
Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata). A milkweed for a moist place (no swamp needed!) Important for monarch butterflies. Beautiful in the sunny moist garden. about 30" tall. $10. See also Plant Milkweeds page.

"Hardy Ageratum" (Eupatorium perfoliatum). Flowers are sky-blue. Butterflies love this. It will seed around and give you more plants to add to your garden. 1 1/2 to 2'. Sun or a bit of shade is ok. $6
'Fireworks' Goldenrod (Solidago rugosa). Not your average goldenrod. Shoots out rays of gold. Gradually forms a bigger clump, but does not "take over". Sun-pt shade. 30-36". $10
Copper Iris (Iris fulva) Unusual, beautiful color. No pests or diseases. Increases gradually, combines well with other June blooming flowers. Moist to average soil in sun. $10

Monarda 'Jacob Cline' Hummingbird favorite in summer sun or a little shade. If you plant it, they will come! Also called Bee Balm, it's a staple of the native garden. $10
Canada Anemone (Anemone Canadensis) If you'd like a lovely ground cover to fill in a space, this will do nicely. For instance, around a tree instead of mulch. Sun or part-shade. $6
Foxglove Beardtongue (Penstemon digitalis) This is one of the showiest, and easiest, of our summer natives. Needs sun and otherwise demands nothing else from the gardener. Bees and butterflies love it! 2-3 feet tall. One of the basics for your native garden. $10

Purple Coneflowr - a perennial favorite of gardeners and pollinators! Gallon $10. Make your own website