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Viola labradorica


The dark purple-green foliage of Labrador Violet serves as a perfect foil for the bright lavender blooms that cover the plant in late spring and summer. With good looks all season long Viola labradorica is perfect for planting between pavers and stepping stones and makes a good ground cover. Cardina . . .[ . . . more ]

Coreopsis lanceolata


The golden-yellow flowers of Lanceleaf Coreopsis bloom for weeks on end, creating a fantastic early summer display. Butterflies are regular visitors, and songbirds feed on the ripe seeds in late summer.

Agastache foeniculum


The crushed leaves of Lavender Hyssop, also known as Anise Hyssop, have a fragrance of mint and licorice. The bright purple flowers and textured foliage make this an excellent choice for sunny prairies, open oak woodlands, and savannas. This pollinator favorite and butterfly magnet is an excellent a . . .[ . . . more ]

Amorpha canescens


Leadplant occurs in open woodlands, glades and prairies. This pea/bean family member is a somewhat ungainly, deciduous shrub growing 1-3 feet tall and featuring slender, dense, 4-8 inch spike-like clusters of tiny, bluish-purple flowers with gold anthers which bloom in May-June. It also features . . .[ . . . more ]

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