Wood Lily

Wood Lily

Wood lily (Lilium philadelphicum) plants grow in a single stem and can reach 1 to 3 feet tall. The leaves are in a whorled pattern around the stem, and the top of the stem can carry up to five flowers.

Coneflowers – Echinacea

Coneflowers, also known as Echinacea, are tough little native flowers that draw butterflies, bees, and birds to the garden! Trouble-free, coneflowers are drought-tolerant, once established. They can take the heat! They have become one of the most common and highly valued medicinal plants on the Canadian Prairies.

Tickseed, Pot of Gold

This is a low maintenance, drought-tolerant, long-blooming and cheerful plants for a flower border or a filler. Bees, birds and butterflies are drawn to them, too. A good choice to plant on borders, effective in naturalized areas, native plant gardens or cottage gardens. Good plant for areas with poor, dry soils.

Common Zinnia

Zinnias are beautiful flowers that are great for butterfly gardens. They are one of the easiest flowers to grow, as they grow quickly and bloom heavily. Zinnia flowers can create a massive burst of color in your garden. Growing zinnia plants can be inexpensive, particularly when growing them from seed.

That's All Folks!

That's All Folks!