A Sensual Delight For Green Thumbs Everywhere!
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Purple Prairie Clover

Purple Prairie Clover

This native perennial can be slow to get a start but thrives in full sun and well-drained soil - tolerating average to dry soil. In midsummer, cylindrical purple flowers are produced above airy foliage comprised of many small leaflets.
Delphiniums

Delphiniums

Delphiniums produce large spikes composed of many smaller flowers ranging from white, pink, purple, blue and lavender in solids or with white or black bees. Their height is dependent on variety with the Pacific Giants reaching 7-8 feet!
Trollius 'Golden Queen'

Trollius ‘Golden Queen’

An herbaceous perennial with deeply toothed foliage produces fantastically interesting flowers in a warm golden orange in early summer. It prefers a moist garden site - perhaps in a bog garden or by water side. Both hardy and trouble free. Cut back hard after bloom to promote new foliage and possible late summer blooms.
White Masterwort

White Masterwort

A 2-4' clump forming perennial with palmately divided leaves that produce delicate 1" umbels of white flowers in early summer.
Alpine Aster

Alpine Aster

Daisy-like blossoms in colors ranging from blue, purple, pink to white are produced above a low growing (6-12"), clumping perennial in mid-spring and occasionally in mid-summer.
Helenium hoopesii

Helenium hoopesii

An attractive late spring blooming (late May through June) perennial that grows 2-3 feet tall bearing 3" wide golden yellow-orange playfully droopy daisy-like flowers above distinctive gray green strap-like foliage.

“It is a golden maxim to cultivate the garden for the nose, and the eyes will take care of themselves.” ~Robert Louis Stevenson