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Red Milkweed - Prairie Native Red Milkweed - Prairie Native In Stock

Red Milkweed - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - Also known as Swamp milkweed, this North American native bears bright pink-and-red, vanilla-scented flowers in June and July. Surprisingly adaptable, this 5-foot-tall perennial is the preferred forage source for the larvae of Monarch butterflies and can grow in wet to well-drained soil. Perennial. Hardy to zone 4. Perennial and hardy to zone 4 Plants grow to 5 feet tall Bright pink and red, vanilla-scented flowers Blooms in June and July Preferred food source of Monarch caterpillars 50 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors in flats 1/4" deep, moisten soil, cover with plastic, and refrigerate for 10 days. Thereafter,...

Prairie Lupine - Prairie Native Prairie Lupine - Prairie Native In Stock

Prairie Lupine - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - Lupine’s dense spires of bright blue flowers signal the coming of spring. Lupine is the only food plant for the larvae of the endangered Karner Blue butterfly. Plants grow 2' tall on sandy loams to very dry sandy soils. Will not grow well in clay soils. Perennial. Hardy to zone 4. Perennial and hardy to zone 4 Plants grow to 2 feet tall Spires of bright blue flowers Prefers sandy loam to dry sandy soil 25 Seeds Instructions - Germination is greatly increased by a 7-day cold treatment in a slightly damp paper towel in a plastic...

Little Bluestem - Prairie Native Little Bluestem - Prairie Native In Stock

Little Bluestem - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - A clump-forming shorter prairie grass that is good for erosion control. At one time grew in 45 states and was the most abundant grass in mid-America. Thick plants turn a striking orange-red in the fall and are topped by fluffy silvery-white seed heads. Provides cover and food for birds. Plants grow 2-3' tall in well-drained sand and loam. Perennial. Hardy to zone 3. Perennial and hardy to zone 3 Plants grow to 2-3 foot tall clumps Slightly blue foliage turns copper-red in the fall Good for erosion control plantings 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors in...

New England Aster - Prairie Native New England Aster - Prairie Native In Stock

New England Aster - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - One of the tallest and most magnificent of the fall asters. Serves as an important late-season (after frost) nectar source for a variety of butterflies. Plants grow 3-6' tall and require fertile soil with adequate moisture. Perennial. Hardy to zone 4. Perennial and hardy to zone 4 Plants grow to 3-6 feet tall Topped with pink-purple flowers Blooms late in the summer and early in the fall Serves as an important late-season (after frost) nectar source for a variety of butterflies 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath surface of soil in a flat. Enclose flat...

Purple Coneflower - Prairie Native Purple Coneflower - Prairie Native In Stock

Purple Coneflower - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - One of the very best for attracting butterflies and birds, this showy and easy-to-grow plant adds a flashy touch to the late summer landscape. Blooms heavily from July through September. Will tolerate clay soils. Plants reach 3-4' tall. Perennial. Hardy to zone 4. Perennial and hardy to zone 4 One of the very best for attracting butterflies and birds Plants grow to 3-4 feet tall Heavy yields of purple-magenta flowers from July through September Tolerates clay soils 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors just before last frost. Can also be started indoors and set out as...

Prairie Butterflyweed Prairie Butterflyweed In Stock

Prairie Butterflyweed

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Seed Exchange -  From midsummer until early fall, beautiful bright-orange flowers cover butterflyweed (Asclepias tuberosa). This North American native attracts bees, hummingbirds, moths, and butterflies and is an essential host plant for Monarch butterflies. Blooms reliably from seed the first year, if sown early. Plants will reach 2-3' tall and grow well in dry, sandy soil and in well-drained loams. Perennial. Hardy to zone 4. Perennial and hardy to zone 4 Plants grow to 2-3 feet Bright orange flowers in summer and fall Pollinator-friendly; extremely attractive to bees, hummingbirds, moths, and butterflies 50 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath...

Black-Eyed Susan - Prairie Native Black-Eyed Susan - Prairie Native In Stock

Black-Eyed Susan - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - Best known of all the prairie flowers and the easiest to grow. A single plant can produce hundreds of blooms over the summer and into the fall. Excellent cut flower with 6-10 days of vase life. Plants grow 2-3'. Self-seeding biennial or hardy annual. Hardy to zone 3. Self-seeding biennial or hardy annual Hardy to zone 3 Plants grow to 2-3 feet An excellent cut flower that lasts 6-10 days in a vase 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors just before last frost. Can also be started indoors and set out as small plants.  Plant in...

Big Bluestem - Prairie Native Big Bluestem - Prairie Native In Stock

Big Bluestem - Prairie Native

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Seed Exchange - The monarch of the prairie, largely responsible for the formation of the famous prairie sod. Once covered thousands of square miles of the tallgrass prairie from the Atlantic Ocean to the Rocky Mountains. Lush green 3-8' plants change color at first frost to an attractive reddish-copper that lasts well into the winter. Thrives in almost any soil. Perennial. Hardy to zone 3. Perennial and hardy to zone 3 Green plants grow to 3-8 feet Changes color after frost to red-copper Thrives in almost any soil types and drought tolerant 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors in...

 

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