Each delicate looking flower has 5 odorless, white, fringed petals; mainly pollinated by moths.
Tiny densely clustered pink flowers attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Host plant for numerous butterfly and moth caterpillars.
King of the Meadow is valued for its delicately patterned attractive foliage.
Pussytoes is grown for its basal rosette of soft velvety leaves. Small bees and flies pollinate the small white spring blooming flowers.
Bright red textured fruit capsules split open in the fall revealing 4 glossy orange-red seeds, eaten by birds.
Pink flowers clustered at the tips of square stems begin to bloom in late summer.
Attractive, purple flowers with yellow centers have a long bloom period; making this perennial a welcome addition to your native garden.
White flowers bloom in May-July, attracting pollinating bees, wasps and beetles to this small shrub.
Thin, tubular-shaped purple flowers bloom May-July, offering nectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Colonies of Partridge Berry produce a groundcover of evergreen leaves on organically-rich sandy soil.