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Viola labradorica


Labrador Violet (Viola labradorica) is a very low-growing perennial (1-3 inches high) which is typically utilized both for its small, attractive, heart-shaped, purple-tinged foliage (to 1 inch across) and its lavender-blue spring flowers. Flowers appear atop leafy stems in May. The blooming perio . . .[ . . . more ]


Coreopsis lanceolata


Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolate) is a native wildflower which typically grows to 2 feet tall and occurs in prairies, glades, fields and roadsides. Features solitary, yellow, daisy-like flowers (1-2 inchesdiameter) with eight yellow rays (toothed at the tips) and flat yellow center disks . . .[ . . . more ]


Amorpha canescens


Leadplant (Amorpha canescens) is a native that typically 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 inches spike-like clusters of tiny, bluish-purple flowers with gold a . . .[ . . . more ]


Schizachyrium scoparium


Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) is native to prairies, fields, clearings, hills, limestone glades, roadsides, waste areas and open woods. It was one of the dominant grasses of the vast tallgrass prairie region which once covered rich and fertile soils. It typically matures to 2-4 feet t . . .[ . . . more ]

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