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  • Black Sampson (Narrow Leaf Purple Coneflower) Black Sampson
Photo Credit: Clarence A. Rechenthin,  hosted by the USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database

    Black Sampson (Narrow Leaf Purple Coneflower)

    Sold by the PLS pound Sunflower family (Asteraceae). Purple coneflower is a perennial herb with a woody taproot. The plant has one to several rough-hairy stems, mostly unbranched. Leaves are alternate, simple, and narrowly lanceshaped. Flowers look like...

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  • Blackeyed Susan Blackeyed Susan

    Blackeyed Susan

    Sold as PLS pounds Black-eyed Susan, is a biennial forb about 1 m tall with yellow ray flowers and dark brown spherical centers. After germination, the seedling grows into a rosette with oblong leaves. Sometimes flower stalks will appear in the first...

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  • Blanketflower (perennial) Blanketflower seed

    Blanketflower (perennial)

    Sold by PLS pounds Blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata Pursh) is a native, perennial, tap-rooted wildflower with showy, yellow ray flowers and reddish-brown central disk flowers. The pubescent plants vary from 10 to 24 inches in height. Leaves are...

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  • Butterfly Milkweed (Indian Paintbrush)

    Butterfly Milkweed (Indian Paintbrush)

    Sold by PLS pounds The species name, tuberosa, means full of swellings or knobs, referring to the enlarged root system." Butterfly milkweed stems are hairy, erect, and grow in numerous clumps. There is a watery sap within the stems and leaves. The...

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  • Gray-head Prairie Coneflower (Yellow Coneflower) Gray-head Prairie Coneflower seed

    Gray-head Prairie Coneflower (Yellow Coneflower)

    Sold by PLS pounds Grayhead Coneflower (Ratibida pinnata) is a perennial summer-long bloomer with large yellow flowers that have drooping petals. Gray-head Coneflower flowers surround a brown seedhead that birds eat from if plants are left standing...

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  • Heath Aster (White) Heath Aster
Photo Credit: Clarence A. Rechenthin hosted by the USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database

    Heath Aster (White)

    White heath aster is a hardy perennial with an extensive root system of rhizomes and stolons. This bushy plant grows to be 0.5 to 1 m tall and can have a 30 cm spread. Leaves are narrow (1cm wide) and linear (7 cm long), resembling the leaves of heather...

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  • Indian Blanket (Annual Gaillardia, Firewheel) Indian Blanket (Annual Gaillardia, Firewheel)

    Indian Blanket (Annual Gaillardia, Firewheel)

    Indian Blanketflower is an annual forb that produces coralla red to reddish purple ray petals with a touch of yellow on the tips, during May-Sept. It is the state wildflower of Okalhoma and grows in rock, gravelly, or sandy soil types. Also know as...

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  • Lanceleaf Coreopsis Lanceleaf Coreopsis seed

    Lanceleaf Coreopsis

    Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata) offers showy, deep yellow flowers on tall stems in May and June. Coreopsis plants outgrow weeds and hold the soil.  Showy flowers for spring Attracts butterflies Great in wildflower seed...

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  • Leadplant Leadplant seed

    Leadplant

    Leadplant is a subshrub to herbaceous perennial with multiple stems that can get to about 3 ft tall. Leaves are odd-pinnately compound and covered in dense lead-colored silver-gray hairs (giving the plant its common name). Purple flowers have one petal...

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  • Lemon Beebalm (Lemon Mint, Lemon Bergamont)

    Lemon Beebalm (Lemon Mint, Lemon Bergamont)

    Lemon Mint, also refered to as Lemon Beebalm or Lemon Bergamont, is an annual native across much of North America. Purple flowers attract large numbers of pollinators. Native Habitat: Prairie, Plains, Meadows, Pastures, Savannahs, Hillsides,...

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  • Maximilian Sunflower Maximilian Sunflower

    Maximilian Sunflower

    Maximilian sunflower, is a tall, warm season, spreading, perennial forb which is a member of the true sunflower family. Large, showy, yellow blooms occur throughout the full 5‰ÛÔ7 feet height of the plant in great abundance during late summer...

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  • New England Aster New England Aster

    New England Aster

    New England aster is a native perennial forb which grows from 2 ½ to 6.0 feet tall with hairy stems and leaves. The alternate leaves are up to 4 inches long and 1 inch wide, with broad, clasping bases and pointed tips. The individually stalked...

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  • Pale Purple Coneflower Pale Purple Coneflower

    Pale Purple Coneflower

    Pale Purple Coneflower (Echinacea pallida) has tall bare stems that are topped by lavender pink flowers with cone-shaped brown seed heads June-July. Good fresh cut flower or dried flower.  Easy to establish Naturalizes well Food for...

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  • Plains Coreopsis Plains Coreopsis

    Plains Coreopsis

    Plains Coreopsis is a bright annual that flowers from June to Sept. Lots of very showy yellow flowers with red centers are produced on fairly large branched plants. Central disk is brown. Showy Flowers Attracts Butterflies Great in wildflower seed...

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  • Showy Milkweed Showy Milkweed 
Photo Credit: Doug Goldman hosted by the USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database

    Showy Milkweed

    Showy milkweed is a member of the milkweed family Asclepiadaceae (now placed in Apocynaceae, the dogbane family). Showy milkweed is a native herbaceous perennial from widespread rhizomes, which produce stems that grow to 1½ to 5 ft tall in summer...

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  • White Yarrow

    White Yarrow

    Common yarrow is a perennial herb that produces one to several stems (8 to 16 inches tall) from a fibrous underground horizontal rootstock (rhizome). It is known to be both native and introduced. Leaves are evenly distributed along the stem, with the...

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