This large deciduous tree is a common shade tree, and is found in parks and large yards around the nation.

This dense tree is native to the Southeastern U.S. and is a relatively hardy, great spring time flowering tree.

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.

Amsonia illustris offers unique blue star-shaped flowers and a low-maintenance charm to enhance the beauty of garden landscapes across the state.

Originating in the Southeastern United States, this plant has made its way up to the Northeast as a popular wildflower.

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.