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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Perennial RUDBECKIA fulgida ‘Viette’s Little Suzy’ Black-eyed Susan

Long-blooming, floriferous, compact form with typical black-eyed susan blooms.

12- 14 inches Sun 3
Annual RUDBECKIA hirta ‘Cherry Brandy’ Gloriosa Daisy

Beautiful cherry-red petals surround a chocolate-brown center. An easy to grow self-sowing annual.

20-22 inches Sun 6
Annual RUDBECKIA hirta ‘Indian Summer’ Gloriosa Daisy

Free-flowering “gloriosa daisies”are short-lived, but reseed vigorously. This cultivar has large, 6-8 inch golden yellow flowers with dark centers.

2-3 feet Sun 6
Annual RUDBECKIA hirta ‘Prairie Sun’ Gloriosa Daisy

Free-flowering “gloriosa daisies”are short-lived, but reseed vigorously. This cultivar has yellow flowers centered in orange.  

30-36 inches Sun 6
Perennial RUDBECKIA laciniata ‘Autumn Sun’ Cutleaf Coneflower

Late flowering coneflower with masses off golden-yellow daisies with dark brown cones. Sturdy stems and cut-leaf foliage make this a stand out perennial for the back of the border.

4-7 feet Sun 3
Perennial RUDBECKIA maxima Great Coneflower

Large, silver-blue leaves. Late, light yellow flowers and very large brown cones. Looks like something out of Dr. Suess!

6-7 feet Sun 4
Perennial RUDBECKIA subtomentosa ‘Henry Eilers’ Sweet Coneflower

Numerous light yellow daisies with rolled, quill-like petals on strong upright stems. Blooms in late summer.  

4-5 feet Sun 4
Perennial RUDBECKIA subtomentosa ‘Little Henry’ Sweet Coneflower

Numerous light yellow daisies with rolled, quill-like petals on strong upright stems in late summer.  Shorter and less floppy than similar R. ‘Henry Eilers’.

3-4 feet Sun 4
Perennial RUDBECKIA triloba ‘Blackjack Gold’ Brown-Eyed Susan

Small numerous yellow flower heads with black disks in late summer.  Longer blooming and more long-lived than the species.

36-42 inches Sun 3
Annual RUDBECKIA ‘Denver Daisy’ Gloriosa Daisy

Compact with larger golden-yellow flower have a mahogany blotch at the base of each petal.

12-20 inches Sun 6
Perennial RUELLIA humilis Wild Petunia

Native perennial Petunia for dry or shallow soils that is well suited to rock gardens. It has lovely purple trumpet flowers in midsummer. Rare, although it shouldn’t be! Light purple flowers appear between June and July.

8-12" Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial SAGINA subulata ‘Aurea’ Gold Irish Moss

Bright gold-green mats of tight moss-like foliage. White flowers. Best foliage color with morning sun and afternoon shade.

2-4 inches Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub SALIX alba ‘Flame’ Flame Willow

Grown for its brilliant red winter stems. Cut back annually. To 35’ if unpruned.

30-40 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub SALIX candida ‘Iceberg Alley’ Sageleaf Willow

Powdery, silver foliage adds texture and contrast when combined with other shrubs. Rounded form; blooms in spring with silver catkins, red stamens and nectar for pollinators. Tolerant of moist soils and a good choice for rain gardens. Deer resistant. Attract bees/hummingbirds.

3-6 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 2
Tree/Shrub SALIX gracilistyla ‘Melanostachys’ Black Pussy Willow

Nearly black male catkins in spring highlighted by showy red anthers that gradually turn yellow with pollen. Winter stems are an attractive purplish black. Prefers moist areas. Deer resistant.

6-10 feet Full sun 5
Tree/Shrub SALIX integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ Japanese Dappled Willow

A striking, very hardy willow with pink, cream and white variegation most pronounced on new growth.

8-10 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub SALIX gracilistyla melanostachys Black Pussywillow

Grown for its black catkins in early spring. Great cut with forsythia or witch hazel blooms.

8-10 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub SALIX boydii Boyd's Willow

A mini tree or shrub with soft, round fuzzy gray-green foliage that develops a gnarly character with age.  Great specimen for rock gardens.

10-12 inches Sun/Part Shade 5
Annual SALVIA ‘Amistad’ Hybrid Sage

Salvias are pollinator magnets with long, narrow, tubular blooms that hummingbirds love! Whorls of large deep purple flowers all summer on a semi-shrubby plant.

4-6 feet Sun Tropical
Perennial SALVIA Color Spires ‘Azure Snow’ Garden Sage

Forming a compact clump of deep violet blue and white bicolor flowers with attractive dark green foliage.

18-20" Sun 3
Annual SALVIA farinacea ‘Sallyfun Bicolor Blue’ Mealy Cup Sage

Bicolor blue and white blooms. Deer/drought resistant. Attracts bees/butterflies/hummingbirds.

18-24 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual SALVIA farinacea ‘Sallyfun Deep Ocean’ Mealy Cup Sage

Deep blue flowers on showy spikes throughout the summer. Deer/drought resistant. Bees/butterflies/hummingbirds all love it.

12-24 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual SALVIA farinacea ‘Sallyfun Sky Blue’ Mealy Cup Sage

Powder blue flowers on showy spikes throughout the summer. Deer/drought resistant. Great for bees/butterflies/hummingbirds.

18-24 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual SALVIA ‘Fashion Series’ Hybrid Sage

A Salvia splendens cross with large, pendulous tubular blooms from dark calyxes through the summer.  Similar to the “Wish” and “Skyscraper” series, but more compact.  We will carry in orange and rose.

2 feet Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA greggii ‘Big Pink’ Autumn Sage

Large, hot-pink flowers with dark maroon calyces.

18-24 inches Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA guaranitica Blue Anise Sage

A long-blooming species with spikes of royal blue tubular flowers through the summer into fall.

3-4 feet Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA guaranitica ‘Black and Blue’ Blue Anise Sage

Royal blue flowers from black calyxes.

3-4 feet Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA involucrata ‘Mulberry Jam’ Roseleaf Sage

Deep fuchsia pink flowers backed by dark calyxes emerge from large rounded buds August until frost.  

3-4 feet Sun Tropical
Perennial SALVIA koyamae Woodland Salvia

A woodland groundcover Salvia that will creep about the landscape with somewhat trailing stems. It is noted for its excellent foliage and yellow flowers.

18-24 inches Part Shade 5
Perennial SALVIA pratensis ‘Lilac Lipstick’ Meadow Sage

Spikes of lilac pink flowers with darker pink hoods in early summer on compact plants.  From Walters Gardens Fashionista collection known for excellent garden performance.

16-18 inches Sun 3
Annual SALVIA ‘Mystic Spires’ Mystic Spires Sage

A sport of S. ‘Indigo Spires’ with a more compact form.

22-24 inches Sun Tropical
Perennial SALVIA nemorosa ‘Salvatore Blue’ Meadow Sage

Large spikes of the deepest blue with black stems on well branched plants.

12-14" Sun 4
Annual SALVIA patens ‘Blue Angel’ Gentian Sage

A compact, well-branched cultivar with large, vivid blue flowers through the summer. Loved by pollinators. Deer/drought resistant.

24-36 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual SALVIA patens ‘Cambridge Blue’ Gentian Sage

Large powder blue flowers through the summer.

24-30 inches Sun Tropical
Perennial SALVIA pratensis ‘Ballerina Pink’ Meadow Sage

Large, soft pink hooded flowers from deep mauve calyxes in early summer.  Bushy habit.  From Walters Gardens ‘Fashionista’ collection.

18-20 inches Sun 3
Perennial SALVIA pratensis ‘Sky Dance’ Meadow Sage

Part of the Ballet Series this hardy Salvia has pale blue flowers with dark blue accents on taller stems blooming throughout the summer.

24-36" Sun 3
Perennial SALVIA pratensis ‘Sweet Esmerelda’ Meadow Sage

Striking, hooded deep pink flowers on long stems in June over crinkled green foliage.  Will rebloom if cut back.

18-20 inches Sun 3
Annual SALVIA splendens ‘Louie’s Orange Delight’ Scarlet Sage

Orange-red flower bracts from late summer into the fall on a tall bushy plant.

36-42 inches Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA splendens ‘Van Houttei Paul’ Scarlet Sage

Very large and strikingly beautiful plum flowers on a bushy shrub. Blooms late summer until hard frost.

36-42 inches Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA uliginosa Bog Sage

Native to South America. Beautiful light blue flowers on tall airy stems summer to hard frost. Needs consistently moist soil.

4-6 feet Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA ‘Wendy’s Wish’ Hybrid Sage

Large, hot pink tubular flowers all summer over attractive dark green foliage.

2-3 feet Sun Tropical
Annual SALVIA ‘Purple Majesty’ Anise Sage

Large purple flowers blooms mid-summer onwards.

4-5 feet Sun Tropical
Perennial SALVIA nemorosa ‘Blue Marvel’ Meadow Sage

This cultivar of S. x superba has the largest flowers!  Blue violet spikes in early summer with some repeat bloom if cut back.

10-12 inches Sun 4
Perennial SALVIA nemorosa ‘Bumbleberry’ Meadow Sage

A petite plant with spikes of fuchsia pink hooded blooms from wine purple calyxes. A striking color combo.  Blooms early summer.

10-12 inches Sun 3
Perennial SALVIA nemorosa ‘Carradonna’ Meadow Sage

Tall dark purple stems and intense blue-violet flowers. Long bloom time starting in late spring.

22-24 inches Sun 4
Perennial SALVIA superba ‘Perfect Profusion’ Meadow Sage

Spikes of icy blue flowers on a rounded compact plant.  Will rebloom consistently if deadheaded.

16-20 inches Sun 3
Perennial SALVIS nemorosa ‘Blue Hill’ Wood Sage

A compact and bushy plant covered in spikes of a rich violet-blue blooming throughout the summer. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds Deer and rabbit resistant Drought tolerant

12-24" Full sun 4
Edibles SAMBUCUS nigra ‘Black Lace’ Black Elderberry

A form with delicate, lacy black foliage, similar in feel to Japanese maples. Large umbels of light pink flowers in June, followed in fall by edible blackish-red berries if a suitable pollinator is planted nearby. Does well in moist sites. Prune hard for best foliage effect.

6-8 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Edibles SAMBUCUS nigra ‘Instant Karma’ Variegated Elderberry

Crisp green and white variegated foliage with large, lacy white flowers in early summer. Berries will follow if a pollinator like S. ‘Black Lace’ is present.  A Proven Winners intro. Deer/rabbit resistant.

6-8 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Edibles SAMBUCUS racemosa ‘Lemony Lace’ Golden Elderberry

A Proven Winners intro with very dissected gold foliage tinted red in the spring.  Mounded habit. White spring flowers produce red fruit in fall, if the same species of plant is nearby for pollination.

3-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 4