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Celtis occidentalis


Hackberry is a medium to large sized deciduous tree with upright-arching branching and a rounded spreading crown. Mature gray bark develops corky ridges and warty texture. Insignificant, mostly monoecious, greenish flowers appear in spring, with male flowers in clusters and female flowers solitary. . . .[ . . . more ]

Luzula acuminata


Harry Wood Rush a diminutive rush relative that grows in loose sod-like clumps. During early spring, plants in the vegetative state resemble grasses. Leaves are arranged in a rosette and are narrow and shiny with soft silvery hairs. Later in spring, rounded culms with scattered leaves rise from th . . .[ . . . more ]

Campanula rotundifolia


The deep blue flowers of Harebell dance on summer breezes and often bloom again in the fall up until the first hard frost. The nodding bell-shaped flowers hang on wispy thread-like stems that grow in clusters. Although demure in stature, Harebell is one tough cookie. Extremely drought tolerant, Camp . . .[ . . . more ]

Aster cordifolius


Heart Leaved Aster or Blue Wood Aster is a somewhat weedy, herbaceous perennial that is native to rich, dry to moist woodlands, forest margins, fields, dry meadows, bluff bases and stream banks. It is a stout, leafy plant that typically grows on smooth, branched, upright-arching stems to 2-5 feet . . .[ . . . more ]

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