Baptisia

Baptisia

Baptisia Australis is beautiful and a sure bet to introduce into your garden. Slow development; it is not uncommon to wait 2 years before the first flowering. Adapts to all soils. Flowers are great for cutting.

Wood Betony

Wood Betony

Wood Betony is a valuable native flower that is an indicator of pristine prairies. Its’ roots attach to the roots of nearby plants and uptake nutrients. Thereby, wood betony parasitizes other plants, using them as a water and nutrient source. This parasitism helps reduce the vigor of the tall prairie plants.

Snowberry

Snowberry

The Snowberry is a great addition to many types of landscapes or gardens as an ornamental shrub, as it is easy to care for and very low maintenance. Other names: Wax-berry, (Symphoricarpos racemosus), Ghostberry

Blackberry

Blackberry

The Blackberry bush is a member of the rose family. The blackberries bloom in June. Other names: Highbush Blackberry, Allegheny Blackberry Related to: Common blackberry and Rubus canadensis

Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh is popular due to its’ benefits as a women’s health supplement. Blue Cohosh roots and flowers were widely used by Native Americans as an herbal medicine to treat a range of ailments and as a general tonic. It is thought that blue cohosh might have effects similar to the hormone estrogen.