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Blackberry (Rubus sp.)

Fruits ripen in June on 2nd year's growth. Fruits enjoyed by wildlife and people. Watch out for the thorns when picking.
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Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta)

Annual or biennial so must be allowed to reseed. Makes a beautiful statement when planted in masses. Supports the specialist Mining Bee Andrena rudbeckiae, and hosts some moths and butterflies.

Blue Grama (Bouteloua gracilis)

Hardy, clump forming, warm season grass. Beautiful blue-green stem color with very interesting purplish seed heads. Host to skippers.
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Blue Lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica)

A beautiful plant for the rain garden. Pollinators love it too.
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Blue Sage (Salvia azurea)

Great source of late-season nectar for the bees and butterflies. May get tall and floppy in rich soil so plant with other tall flowers or grasses or trim back through early summer to get a shorter plant. Remove spent flowers in late summer to encourage fa

Blue Wild Indigo (Baptisia australis)

Beautiful leaves, bloom, and seed pod. Takes a few years before flowering. May flop in too much shade or soil with too much nutrients, otherwise stands upright on its own in a bush-like form.
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Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium angustifolium)

A cute little grass-looking plant in the Iris family, great for a formal border. May benefit from division every 2-3 years. Mostly pollinated by halictid bees.
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Bluehearts (Buchnera americana)

Best grown in a moist condition near a tree (hemiparasitic). Host to common buckeye.

Blunt Spike Rush (Eleocharis obtusa)

Annual, so allow to reseed. A nice grass-like feature for a wet area, like in or on the edge of a pond.
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Bog Rush (Juncus biflorus)

Needs wet soils; a good addition to a pond or consistently wet rain garden.

Bottlebrush Blazing Star (Liatris mucronata)

Plant in poor, dry soil for a longer-lasting, healthier plant. Butterflies love the Blazing Stars!
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Bottlebrush Grass (Elymus hystrix)

A shorter, cool-season ornamental grass that can tolerate more shade and has a wonderful texture. Host for the Northern Pearly Eye butterfly.
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Bradbury's Bee Balm (Monarda bradburiana)

A shorter bee balm that doesn’t spread as aggressively and has the same great smell and the pollinators love it.

Broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus)

Makes beautiful stands of color in the fall and winter. Upright and clump forming. Can be used in rain gardens Larval Host for the Zabulon Skipper (Poanes zabulon).

Brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia triloba)

A beautiful coneflower with smaller blooms on multiple stems. Tolerates more shade than other coneflowers.