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Eryngium yuccifolium


Rattlesnake Master is a unique wildflower with leaves like a yucca, and unique golf ball flowers like no other plant. Makes an excellent focal point in the garden when planted individually or in groups. Native Americans brewed a tea from the root as an antidote to rattlesnake venom. Other common nam . . .

Actaea rubra


Bright red berries set against deep green foliage make it one of the showpieces of the woodland shade garden. While many woodland flowers go dormant by mid-summer, Red Baneberrys fruit provides interest into the fall. Growing in bushy clumps it bears elegant white flower globes in spring which are a . . .

Monarda didyma


A pollinator favorite, Beebalms red bloom makes it especially attractive to hummingbirds. One of only a few red-flowered natives, it holds a special place in the mid-summer color scheme. Native to the Appalachian Mountains, Monarda didyma will grow well in zones 4 - 7. Does best in a rich soil with . . .

Acer rubrum


It is a medium-sized, deciduous tree that typically grows 40-60’ tall with a rounded to oval crown. It usually occurs in wet bottomland, river flood plains and wet woods. Flowers on a given tree are primarily male or female or monoecious and appear in late winter to early spring. Fruit is a two-winged samara.
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