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Aruncus dioicus


Goats Beard occurs in moist woodlands and along bluffs. A tall, erect, bushy, clump-forming plant typically growing 4-6 feet high which features pinnately compound, dark green foliage and showy, plume-like spikes of tiny, cream colored flowers which rise well above the foliage in early to mid sum . . .[ . . . more ]


Tephrosia virginiana


Goats Rue is an eye-catching plant of dry upland, often sandy or acidic prairies and gravel deposits near rivers. It is a silky-hairy member of the pea family that typically grows to 1-2 feet tall on upright to sprawling stems. The late-spring to early-summer blooms are like no other prairie pl . . .[ . . . more ]


Zizia aurea


Golden Alexander (Zizia aurea) is a perennial which occurs most often in small colonies in moist woods and meadows, thickets, glades and prairies. Features flat-topped clusters (compound umbels) of tiny yellow flowers in late spring atop stems growing to 3 feet tall. Distinguished from other carr . . .[ . . . more ]


Lobelia siphilitica


Great Blue Lobelia or Blue Cardinal Flower, Lobelia siphilitica, typically grows in moist to wet locations along streams, sloughs, springs, swamps, meadows and in low wooded areas. A clump-forming perennial which features light to dark blue, tubular, 2-lipped flowers with the three lobes of the l . . .[ . . . more ]

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