Parlin’s Pussytoes is a small, silvery-gray perennial wildflower found in the northeastern regions of North America, with tiny, velvety leaves and inconspicuous white to pale pink flowers.

Cup Plant is a tall perennial with unique, perfoliate leaves that clasp around the stem, creating reservoirs for rainwater.

Tiny densely clustered pink flowers attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Host plant for numerous butterfly and moth caterpillars.

Summer blooming purple flowers are attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Yellow daisy-like flowers bloom May through August, providing nectar for pollinators.

Yellow umbels of flowers bloom in late spring, providing a welcome source of nectar for bees and other pollinators. 

Big Bluestem is a tall, attractive, drought-tolerant native grass with colorful foliage and enormous benefits for wildlife.

Large clusters of orange-red tubular-shaped flowers bloom June-August, offering stunning color all summer long.

Sedum is an easy-to-grow perennial with succulent green leaves and dense clusters of rosy-pink, star-shaped flowers which bloom from late summer until frost (August-October).  With age the flower color changes to a burgundy-red, and the attractive dried flower heads can last well into the winter months.  Sedum is an excellent choice for dry,sunny areas of the yard.  It can be planted as a specimen or in masses.