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.
Creeping stems, succulent leaves and dainty, five-petaled, star-like white flowers define this endearing native perennial.
Geum rivale is a clump-forming, hairy perennial with showy, nodding, bell-shaped purple flowers.
Loosely clustered light blue, bell-shaped, 5-petaled flowers bloom in mid to late spring above a mound of textured green leaves.
Pussytoes is grown for its basal rosette of soft velvety leaves. Small bees and flies pollinate the small white spring blooming flowers.
Blue-green evergreen leaves and spires of white flowers on this native orchid make it a unique addition to your garden.
This spring ephemeral blooms in March and April providing early nectar for waking bees.
This unique perennial has only two leaves and one flower, that blooms in late spring.
Wild ginger is a low-growing woodland plant. A perfect ground cover for your shady yard or garden.
This shade-loving plant features creamy white flowers clustered atop a single stalk.