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.
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.
Threadleaf Bluestar is a perennial plant cherished for its fine, feathery foliage and clusters of striking blue flowers.
Cup Plant is a tall perennial with unique, perfoliate leaves that clasp around the stem, creating reservoirs for rainwater.
Originating in the Southeastern United States, this plant has made its way up to the Northeast as a popular wildflower.
Sweet coneflower has a long bloom time from summer to early fall.
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.