Meadowsweet is a beautiful native shrub known for its elegant clusters of white flowers and its importance in providing habitat for various wildlife species.
Wild Senna is a wildflower native to North America that boasts bright yellow flowers and plays a crucial role in supporting local pollinators.
Amsonia illustris offers unique blue star-shaped flowers and a low-maintenance charm to enhance the beauty of garden landscapes across the state.
Cup Plant is a tall perennial with unique, perfoliate leaves that clasp around the stem, creating reservoirs for rainwater.
In the Jersey-Friendly garden, Dill can be planted as a host plant for Black Swallowtail caterpillars.
In the Jersey-Friendly garden Parsley can be grown as a host food for Black Swallowtail caterpillars.
Creeping stems, succulent leaves and dainty, five-petaled, star-like white flowers define this endearing native perennial.
Rudbeckia triloba, or the Brown-eyed Susan, is a biennial (short-lived perennial) plant that grows best in full sun and moist soil. This hardy, long-blooming plant tolerates a range of growing conditions and supports a variety of wildlife.
Mimulus alatus plants have square stems, smooth leaves, and pale blue to violet, snapdragon-like flowers that bloom from June through September.
Mad Dog Skullcap is a low-growing perennial with tiny, tubular, two-lipped blue flowers blooming from July to early October.