Nice compact form of Goat's Beard with attractive fern-like foliage. This is a cross between Aruncus Dioicus and Aruncus Aethusifolius. The hybrid is 2-3' tall and maintains excellent foliage after flowering unlike most Goat's beards.
This native shrubby aster has dark foliage and stems all summer and then its covered in small pinkish daises in late summer into fall. Butterflies love the flowers. Grows to 3-4' tall in full to part sun
This plant is a naturally occurring cross between Aster spectabilis and Aster Macrophyllus. The plants look more like a ground cover in the spring but then they shoot up and present the garden with lavender blue flowers on top of dark flower stems. grows
This is an improved cultivar of the native Turtlehead. The flowers are a richer pink and tghe foliage is a darker green. Grows to 2-4' tall. Native habitat is wet areas but we have had good luck in average soil as long as it does not dry out.
A profuse bloomer with vibrant purple/blue flowers with maroon edges and centers. Produces double blooms in spring and then single blooms in late summer giving you a long season of interest. Flowers are attractive to hummingbirds making it a great additio