Perennials, Herbaceous Plants, Wildflowers

Plug trays ordered now will begin shipping Mid - Late May or sooner,

species & weather depending.

 Pricing is PER PLANT (per plug). There are 50 plants (plugs) in a tray.

 Not all available items are shown. Contract growing is available. Contact us for pricing of quantities over 500, as well as 38 and 72 count plug trays. 

 

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Agastache foeniculum, Anise hyssop Asclepias verticillata, whorled milkweed Aster spectabilis, Showy aster Blephilia ciliata, Downy Wood Mint New for 2019!
Agastache foeniculum, Anise hyssop Asclepias verticillata, whorled milkweed Aster spectabilis, Showy asterBlephilia ciliata, Downy Wood Mint New for 2019!
 
Ceanothus americanus, New Jersey Tea Coniclinium coelastinum, Blue Mist Flower Coreopsis Desmodium glabellum  DILLENIUS’ TICKTREFOIL
Ceanothus americanus, New Jersey TeaConiclinium coelastinum, Blue Mist Flower Coreopsis tripteris, Tall coreopsis Desmodium glabellum DILLENIUS’ TICKTREFOIL
 
Eupatorium hyssopifolium, Hyssop Leaf Boneset Hypericum prolificum, Shrubby St John Wort, New for 2019! Iris Versicolor, Blue Flag Kosteletzkya virginica, VA Saltmarsh Mallow
Eupatorium hyssopifolium, Hyssop Leaf BonesetHypericum prolificum, Shrubby St John Wort, New for 2019!Iris Versicolor, Blue Flag Kosteletzkya virginica, VA Saltmarsh Mallow
 
Lespedeza virginica, Slender Bush Clover Solidago odora, Sweet Goldenrod Solidago sempervirens, Seaside Goldenrod Symphyotrichum lateriflorum, Calico aster
Lespedeza virginica, Slender Bush CloverSolidago odora, Sweet Goldenrod Solidago sempervirens, Seaside GoldenrodSymphyotrichum lateriflorum, Calico aster
 
Symphyotrichum oblongifolium, Aromatic aster Zizia Aurea, Golden Alexanders Coreopsis Echinacea pallida, Pale Purple Coneflower
Symphyotrichum oblongifolium, Aromatic asterZizia Aurea, Golden Alexanders Coreopsis lanceolata, lanceleaf coreopsis Echinacea pallida, Pale Purple Coneflower
 
Helianthus angustifolia, Swamp Sunflower Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, New England Aster Penstemon digitalis,  Foxglove beardtongue Penstemon hirsutus, Hairy beardtongue
Helianthus angustifolia, Swamp SunflowerSymphyotrichum novae-angliae, New England Aster Penstemon digitalis, Foxglove beardtongue Penstemon hirsutus, Hairy beardtongue
 
Aquilegia canadensis, Eastern columbine, wild red columbine Asclepias  incarnata, Swamp milkweed  (cut back) Baptisia australis, False blue indigo, wild blue indigo Chelone glabra, White turtlehead, turtlehead
Aquilegia canadensis, Eastern columbine, wild red columbineAsclepias incarnata, Swamp milkweed (cut back)Baptisia australis, False blue indigo, wild blue indigoChelone glabra, White turtlehead, turtlehead
 
Echinacea purpurea,  Eastern purple coneflower Helenium autumnale, Yellow sneezeweed Liatris spicata, Blazingstar, Gayfeather, Lobelia cardinalis, Red cardinal flower
Echinacea purpurea, Eastern purple coneflower Helenium autumnale, Yellow sneezeweed Liatris spicata, Blazingstar, Gayfeather,Lobelia cardinalis, Red cardinal flower
 
Lobelia siphilitica, Great blue lobelia Monarda fistulosa, Wild bergamot, Monarda didyma, Bee Balm, Scarlet beebalm Monarda punctata, Spotted bee balm,
Lobelia siphilitica, Great blue lobeliaMonarda fistulosa, Wild bergamot, Monarda didyma, Bee Balm, Scarlet beebalm Monarda punctata, Spotted bee balm,
 
Rudbeckia fulgida, Eastern coneflower, Rudbeckia hirta, Black eyed susan Rudbeckia triloba, Three lobed coneflower, brown eyed susan
Rudbeckia fulgida, Eastern coneflower, Rudbeckia hirta, Black eyed susan Rudbeckia triloba, Three lobed coneflower, brown eyed susan
 
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Herbaceous plants are the largest group of native plants in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (183 species), with 36% of these used as food for wildlife. Just a few of the herbaceous plant genera indispensable to both wildlife (especially songbirds!) AND pollinators include: Joe pye weed (Eupatorium spp.), coneflowers (Rudbeckia spp.)and sunflowers (Helianthus spp.). The Maryland Wild Senna (Senna marilandica) is an important food source for upland gamebirds. Virtually all species of native herbaceous plant in the CBW invite incalculable quantities of butterflies and other pollinators to visit their abundant pollen and nectar resources by displaying attractive, brightly colored flowers. Source- USFWS/NAPPC