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Tiny delicate pink flowers nod toward the ground on a 1-2 foot stalk arising from basil foliage. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Truly a summer beauty! Grass like foliage produces a long stop which has globe shaped bloom on it. Flowers are clusters of small lavender pink flowers that are sure to attract butterflies and bees. Blooms last from July to August.
A late flowering deep purple semi double flowers that attract pollinators. 'Purple Dome' has a more compact habit compared to other Asters standing at 18-24 inches tall. It maintains a nice mounded habit to fit in any garden.
Striking lavender flower with yellow centers bloom around August giving you and pollinators late season interest. 'October Skies' is a lower growing variety at about 2 feet tall and wide.
A pollinator favorite with its clusters of white flowers and enticing yellow centers. Blooms later in the season from late summer into fall.
Bold bright pink fuzzy plumes sit atop dark green foliage. A great perennial to give wet shadier areas a pop of color. Gets about 14-16 inches tall and wide.
Good for shady wet areas to provide a nice pop of color. Has tall feathery pink blooms on reddish stems. Grows to only 2 feet tall and wide with a mounding habit.
A larger variety of Astilbe growing to 2-4 feet tall with large loose panicles. Flowers are a light pink color and will be attractive to pollinators. Good for moist shady areas.
A weeping version of our Native the Easter Redbud. An early bloomer of lavender pink flowers for nice pop of color before everything else has bloomed.
Awesome array of colors on this Eastern Redbud! From pinks, purples, greens to oranges and reds. This smaller sized tree fits well in most landscapes and will give you multi season interest.
A striking Redbud that boasts yellows, oranges, greens, and pinks all on one tree. This cultivar is said to be more heat and drought resistant than most other Redbuds. Smaller tree only growing to about 8-12 feet tall and wide.
An easy to grow compact perennial standing at 18-24 inches tall. Muted yellow daisy like flowers sit atop airy foliage. Has a nice long bloom time from late June to October.
A classic looking Dogwood with white bracts with yellow flowers in the center. A nice smaller tree that attracts birds and bees. Has a stronger resistance to anthracnose than some other C. folridas.
Beautiful pink blooms on this flowering dogwood! A nice smaller sized tree to fit into any landscape. Birds enjoy the bright red berries in fall and winter.
Classic white bracts on this Kousa Dogwood. A smaller tree that provides beautiful blooms in spring and red berries in fall that the birds will enjoy.
Nice late season bloomer. Truly hardy. This Chrysanthemum is not like the "mums" that are sold everywhere else, they are more like daisies with a more open and upright habit. Grows to 26" tall
A coneflower like no other! Blooms of many different colors pop up around June giving your garden an eye catching appeal. Flowering colors include purple, pink, red, orange, yellow, and white.
A tall native perennial that can get to 7 feet tall. Large domes of small pink lavender flowers sit atop strong stems with whorled leaves. A huge pollinators magnet! Its a great source of nectar for honeybees.
Definitely a unique looking native perennial. True flowers are green, yellow, or cream that typically have dark purple 'spots' on them. Showy bracts are pale pink to lavender in color. An awesome plant for pollinators.
A nativar Wisteria that is smaller and less aggressive than the invasive Asian variety. Although smaller it does not loose any of the beauty. Showy racemes of purple lavender flowers bloom late spring into early summer.