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  • Prairie Glow Daisy - Flower Seeds & Plants

    'Prairie Glow' is a showstopper in a border or a meadow-themed garden. Such lighthearted, sunny blooms -- and so huge, colorful, and reliably-patterned! This genus was named by Linnaeus in honor of his teacher, Olaf Rudbeck. Rudbeckia includes 25 to 30 species of native North American flowers, all of which grow beautiful cutflower-quality blooms in the summer. R. triloba is a particularly handsome species known for its bushy masses of large, tri-lobed leaves. And 'Prairie Glow' is a triloba with

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    Accent, Perennial, Wide, Large, Stopper, Border, Seed, Garden, Colorful, Color, Daisies, Cutting, Stable, Bright, Sturdy, Vase, Light, Dome
  • Native Prairie Plants Sign

    Native Prairie Plants Sign Show everyone the importance of your native planting or remnant with our custom-made Native Prairie Plant sign. Whether you're designating an area for protection from sprays and mowing, or displaying your commitment to native plants and wildlife, our easy to read sign is the perfect addition to your native planting or garden. This durable 9" X 12" sign is made in the Midwest using US materials. It's printed on a 2mm aluminum base, with rounded corners and pre-drilled holes for

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    Base, Designer, Plant, Easy Installation, Corner, Planting, Aluminum, Durable, Round, Garden, Protection, Custom Made
  • Queen of the Prairie (Filipendula rubra) : Prairie Nursery : Native Plants

    A show-stopping best seller with 'cotton candy' pink plumes, the Queen of the Prairie is a highlight in the summer prairie garden. Easy to grow, transplants spread by rhizomes, making it an excellent choice for naturalizing in moist meadows. Filipendula rubra prefers moist soil, and performs brilliantly in rich garden soil. Queen of the Prairie Filipendula rubra Item: 33450-04

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  • Native Prairie Garden

    Designed with the beginning gardener in mind, the Native Prairie Garden contains some of the easiest perennials to grow.Buy our money-saving Native Prairie Garden Collection designed to fit a space 12' wide by 7' deep and save over $7.00 from our regular price.Each garden contains:3 Black-Eyed Susan (summer-fall)3 Purple Coneflowers (summer-fall)3 Orange Glory Butterfly Plants (summer)4 Shasta Daisies (summer-fall)3 Golden Sundrops (summer)1 Silver Fountain Grass (plumes in fall)10 White Liatris Bulbs

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  • Prairie Invasive Plants

    Prairie Invasive Plants 6/19/2012 1:28:01 PM Mary Pellerito , Prairie , Invasive Plants , Mary Pellerito Mary Pellerito Invasive plants are affecting the health and sustainability of our native ecosystems. Since habitat loss impacts many species of birds, amphibians, and insects, we must deal with alien plants that are invading what otherwise would be good habitats. Some definitions may be useful here. A native plant is any plant that grew in North America before European settlement. Invasive plants

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    Impact, Replacement, Long, Perennial, Nesting, Cover, Sturdy, Grass, System, Water, Preventer
  • Blue-Eyed Iris Grass Plant 50 Seeds

    Native prairie wildlfower, pretty common to find these plants growing wild out on the prairie. Is not really a 'grass', rather is a member of the Iris family. Quite an adaptable plant - have seen this growing in shady moist conditions on the edge of woods, and in very dry, hot, sunny locations in the Grasslands National Park. Grows 4" - 12" in height. Will grow in full sun or part-shade. Space 12" apart. Hardy in zones 2-9. Blooms in May and June! Excellent for the front of the border or perhaps planted

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    Border, Shade, Dried, Grass
  • Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie Rosinweed)

    > Silphium terebinthinaceum Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie Rosinweed) Item# 1372 Silphium terebinthinaceum is one of those tropical looking perennials that would be in every plant collector's garden if it were native to Asia. Unfortunately, it calls the US home, where it grows in prairies from Canada south to Mississippi. Silphium terebinthinaceum forms a 6' wide rosette of long-stalked, 15" long x 1' wide, thick sandpapery leaves. In mid-August, the clumps are topped with 7' tall leafless stalks of

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  • Tick Trefoil - Native Prairie Plant - 8x10 Nature Photograph

    Tick Trefoil is a native prairie plant that grow from 2-4 feet tall. They are members of the bean family. The flowers are similar to garden beans, but more showy. Their fruit is not edible (that I know of), but they are very sticky... that is after walking through the prairie in the fall I am often picking them off my clothing. This is I'm sure a great tactic to spread seed around, attaching itself to the fur of any animal that walks by. Tick Trefoil is a lovely flowering plant growing in my prairie,

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  • Prairie Glow Daisy

    'Prairie Glow' is a showstopper in a border or a meadow-themed garden. Such lighthearted, sunny blooms -- and so huge, colorful, and reliably-patterned! This genus was named by Linnaeus in honor of his teacher, Olaf Rudbeck. Rudbeckia includes 25 to 30 species of native North American flowers, all of which grow beautiful cutflower-quality blooms in the summer. R. triloba is a particularly handsome species known for its bushy masses of large, tri-lobed leaves. And 'Prairie Glow' is a triloba with

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  • Twilight Zone Little Bluestem - Annual & Perennial Plants

    This improved version of the native Little Bluestem is the first to color up for fall, adding iridescent silver-mauve tones all over the plant as early as midsummer! Then through fall the flowerheads come on, adding brighter purple highlights. The blue and silver tones of this not-so-little Little Bluestem make a wonderful complement alongside Artemesia, Alium, Lavender, and the like. The habit is very showy, with beautiful leaves growing in an upright column that stays very tight, yet is also airy enough

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    Perennial, Seed, Purple, Dried, Lavender, Wide Range, High Light, Silver, Maintenance, Color
  • Bit O' Prairie Native Mix

    Bit O' Prairie Native Mix Blue, purple, red, yellow and white... oh my! Purchase Bit O' Prairie Native Mix The same native mix that we offer in our gift pack has been expanded to include a wide array of native plants for your enjoyment. Bit O'Prairie consists of 4 annuals and 19 perennial species of the most common and easy to grow native wildflowers. Annuals will proved first year flowers but most of the perennials included will bloom after the first year of growth. Colors in the Bit O'Prairie mix favor

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  • Blue-Eyed Iris Grass - Sisyrinchium - Potted/Native Plant - One Quart Pot

    Native prairie wildlfower, pretty common to find these plants growing wild out on the prairie. Is not really a 'grass', rather is a member of the Iris family. Quite an adaptable plant - have seen this growing in shady moist conditions on the edge of woods, and in very dry, hot, sunny locations in the Grasslands National Park. Grows 4" - 12" in height. Will grow in full sun or part-shade. Space 12" apart. Hardy in zones 2-9. Blooms in May and June! Excellent for the front of the border or perhaps planted

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    Plant, Border, Shade
  • Yellow Prairie Coneflower Seeds

    Yellow Prairie Coneflower Seeds: The droopy lemon-yellow daisy that's native to the plains. Tough useful plant for full sun in dry areas. Perennial.

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  • Native Wildflower Seed Mix – MESIC - Prairie Jubilee

    Native Wildflower Seed Mix – MESIC - Prairie Jubilee Invite the colors of Nature to your prairie with our 'Prairie Jubilee' mixture. This chorus of time honored favorites include 'Butterfly Weed', 'Purple Coneflower', and 'Button Blazing Star'. Each charming addition will add harmony and joy to your prairie planting. If you would like to take a more detailed look at this wildflower seed mix in chart format, This Mix Contains 30 Species of Wildflowers & 5 Grasses Anise Hyssop, Prairie Onion, Lead Plant,

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  • Native Prairie Aster, Aromatic Aster

    No Reviews Item# 10075 Native Prairie Aster, Aromatic Aster Symphyotrichum oblongifolium, Aster oblongifolius Masses of 1" yellow-eyed bluish purple daisies absolutely cover this plant for weeks in late summer and fall. The Aromatic Aster is a low mounding perennial that develops into a compact shrub-like plant by flowering time. Excellent fall color for the garden as well as drought tolerance and pest and disease resistance make this an excellent addition to the perennial or wildflower border. Aromatic

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  • Nursery Grown Native Wildflower Plants

    All Plants Are Sold Out. Please check again soon. Thank You. Plant shipping season is on or near April 10th for most species thru Sept. 30th. For secure sales *Native prairie, woodland, savanna and wetland plants. *All plants sold in full flats of 32 and one species per flat. (2 flat minimum order) *Seed origins from remnant Midwest prairie tracts. *Plants come individually potted in 2 1/2" square by 3 1/2" deep pots. *Visa, Mastercard & American Express accepted. 2-5 Flats - $1.50 per plant, plus 5% for

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    Square, Potted, Seed, Total, Secure
  • Blue-Eyed Iris Grass - Sisyrinchium - Potted/Native Plant

    Hardy in zones 2-9Blooms in May and June!Will grow in full sun or part-shadeGrows 4" - 12" in heightImmediate shipping in one 4 inch pot. Shipped dormant in the winter.Native prairie wildlfower, pretty common to find these plants growing wild out on the prairie. Is not really a 'grass', rather is a member of the Iris family. Quite an adaptable plant - have seen this growing in shady moist conditions on the edge of woods, and in very dry, hot, sunny locations in the Grasslands National Park. Grows 4"

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    Potted, Border, Shade, Dried, Grass
  • Native Wildflower Seed Mix – MESIC - Aurora of the Prairie

    Native Wildflower Seed Mix – MESIC - Aurora of the Prairie Highlighting the stunning diversity and beauty of the tallgrass prairie; this delightful selection offers the broadest spectrum of perennials available in any of our specialty mixtures. Filled with favorites like the vivid red 'Royal Catchfly' and the deep fuschia 'Blazing Star', 'Aurora of the Prairie' will create breathtaking beauty to captivate the wild at heart. If you would like to take a more detailed look at this wildflower seed mix in chart

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  • Silphium laciniatum Compass Plant

    Silphium laciniatum Compass Plant | 1 gal. pot The common name is derived from the curious manner in which the basal leaves are arranged, orienting themselves north and south. Large, bristly, deeply pinnate (laciniate) leaves ascend the rough stem. Flower stalk up to 8 feet in height. Yellow sunflowers, followed by nutritious seeds sought by birds. Midwestern prairie native. Details A Midwestern prairie native, the common name of "compass plant" is derived from the curious manner in which the basal leaves

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    Large, Seed
  • Native Prairie Grass

    Prairie Seed Mixture A perennial/annual seed mixture that provides an abundant supply of perennial prairie grasses, wildflowers and native legumes. The attractive and colorful array of plants will create a wonderfully colored display in your prairie scaped setting. This mixture makes a nice addition or border to natural habitat areas. Plant 20 lbs/acre. Spring planting or late dormant winter planting recommended . $7 .95 Prairie Seed Mixture Description :

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  • Prairie Wildrye Roots

    Elymus canadensis Prairie Wildrye Roots Description Grows abundantly on moist open prairie sites, but is also found in shaded areas. It is one of the few native grasses that does well in shade. This cool season grass begins growth in the fall and grows slowly through the winter, maturing in late spring to early summer. It mixes nicely with all other warm-season native grasses. Its seedlings are vigorous and produce ground cover rapidly. Height with seed head is 2 to 4 feet. It is a larval food source for

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  • Prairie Clover Seeds - Purple

    Christmas Rose Seeds Christmas Rose Seeds Prairie Clover Seeds - Purple 292,000 24 - 30 inches Early to mid summer Well -drained , sandy, pH 6.2 - 7.5 14 - 30 days 3 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 9 pounds per acre Prairie Clover Prairie Clover (Dalea Purpurea Purple) - Prairie Clover seeds are perfect for a meadow, naturalized setting, slopes, or along road sides. The Dalea Purpurea plant prefers a full sun setting and well-drained soil. Purple Prairie Clover is a unique perennial that features

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    Plant, Skin, Directional, Purple, Cover, Lavender, Outdoor, Rose, System, Water
  • Native Prairie Aster, Aromatic Aster

    No Reviews Native Prairie Aster, Aromatic Aster Symphyotrichum oblongifolium, Aster oblongifolius Masses of 1" yellow-eyed bluish purple daisies absolutely cover this plant for weeks in late summer and fall. The Aromatic Aster is a low mounding perennial that develops into a compact shrub-like plant by flowering time. Excellent fall color for the garden as well as drought tolerance and pest and disease resistance make this an excellent addition to the perennial or wildflower border. Aromatic Aster is

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  • Native Plants

    Asclepias tuberosa [Butterfly weed] Native to east coast meadows - long bloom season followed by green, milkweed-like fruit with silky seeds. Its striking flowers are great in fresh bouquets and the pods compliment dried arrangements later in the year. Re-seeds at a very controlled pace. The deep taproot makes it very difficult to transplant once established. Native to the American prairie, Butterfly weed will do well in average soil and tends to prefer dry conditions. Very little care is needed once

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    Long, Lateral, Bouquets, Seed, Transplanter, Dried, Fruit, Control
  • Vernonia fasciculata - Prairie Ironweed

    Vernonia fasciculata - Prairie Ironweed VER05F 1/2 Oz. ($6.40) 1 Oz. ($12.80) Vernonia fasciculata is a erect native perennial wildflower growing from 2 to 5 feet in height. The stem is very stout and hairless. Grows in full sun to part shade in moist to wet soils. Larval host for American Painted Lady and beneficial for other pollinators as well. Found in prairies, roadsides and moist margins. Late Flowering Nectar Plant

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  • Blue Wild Indigo - Baptisia australis - Packet

    Found on prairies throughout the Tallgrass region, this species is the more southerly occurring, found in glades and and dry prairies. Normally reaches about 1 foot in height but favorable conditions can yield 3 foot plants. Blooms from May to June. Native American uses include use as a dye and to treats cuts and scrapes. The Pawnee used this species by pulverizing the seeds and mixing the resulting powder with buffalo fat to treat colic by rubbing the salve on the abdomen.

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  • White Prairie Clover

    White Prairie Clover (Dalea candida) A native of the North Central US prairie, this flower grows best from seed. There is also a of this clover. A good choice for native meadow plantings. Color: White Height: 18-36 inches Type: Perennial Lbs Per Acre: 8 Seeds per lb: 259,000 Sun: Full sun Soil: Well-drained, sandy purple variety Planting requirements: full sun, well-drained soil. Can tolerate sandy or heavy soil. Surface sow or to no more than 1/8".

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