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Liatris squarrosa


If you are looking for a Liatris for a hot, dry site, the unique Scaly Blazingstar is an excellent choice. At two feet tall it is smaller than other Blazingstars, and its leaves are not as numerous, either. The tufted red-violet flower heads are openly spaced on a spike along the top of the stem, an . . .[ . . . more ]

Carya ovata


Shagbark Hickory is a large deciduous tree with an irregular, oval-rounded crown. It typically occurs on both dry upland wooded slopes and hills and in moist valleys and lowland woods. Trunks mature to 2-3 feet in diameter. This tree features smooth, medium yellow-green, odd-pinnate, compound lea . . .[ . . . more ]

Hepatica acutiloba


Sharp Leaved Hepatica is a woodland wildflower that packs plenty of punch for such a little guy. The bright blue to pink flowers (sometimes white) are simply gorgeous, and serve as an important early spring flower for many different pollinators. The mottled foliage is typically evergreen, providing year round interest in the shade garden.[ . . . more ]

Dodecatheon meadia


The delicate nodding blooms of white-to-pink petals seem to fly upward and away from the pointed red and yellow flower center, resembling a shooting star. Leafless flower stalks arise from a lush foliage base – creating the perfect backdrop for these exquisite flowers.[ . . . more ]
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