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Hairy Petunia (Ruellia humilis)

Long blooming plant, great for boarders. Host to the Common Buckeye butterfly.
Limited quantity
$5.50

Helen's Flower (Helenium autumnale)

Blooms are cute as a button. Use in a consistently moist rain garden (doesn’t like to dry out). Can be cut back in June to produce a shorter, fuller plant. Deadhead for longer blooms.
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$5.50

Hemp Dogbane (Apocynum cannabinum)

Host to the hummingbird clearwing Hemaris diffinis. Often confused with common milkweed when it's younger. Popular with many small pollinators. Can be aggressive from horizontal roots.
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$5.50

Hoary Vervain (Verbena stricta)

Larval host for the Common Buckeye Butterfly. Grows well in hot/dry “bad” soil. Doesn’t compete well with aggressive plants.
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Hollowstem Joe Pye (Eutrochium fistulosum)

The tallest Joe Pye. Typically avoided by mammals, but a favorite of many pollinators. May flop or you can stake it up.
Limited quantity
$5.50

Illinois Bundleflower (Desmanthus illinoensis)

Interesting leaf structure and seed pods.
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Illinois Tick Trefoil (Desmodium illinoense)

You often find the seeds of this genus sticking to you after a hike – these seeds are eaten by lots of wildlife. Flowers of this plant aren’t especially showy, but the plant is great for insects, birds, and mammals.
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Ironweed (Vernonia baldwinii)

Great plant for the pollinators. This species can be aggressive.
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Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium reptans)

A forest species for your shade garden with beautiful structure and flowers for spring garden interest. Not preferred by deer.
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Joe Pye (Eutrochium purpureum)

A butterfly magnet. Try in a shady rain garden. Can be tall, floppy, and take up a lot of space, but a stunning statement in the garden.
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Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata)

Beautiful spring flower that lasts all summer. Plant in masses to make a dramatic effect. Can spread quickly but typically fades out of the garden in about 8 years.
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Large-Flowered Gaura (Oenothera filiformis)

Annual/biennial plant, so allow to self-seed in disturbed soil in order for it to return. A very unique, delicate-looking flower that can spread quickly by seed in disturbed soil but may fade out as other plants take the space.
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Lavender Aster (Symphyotrichum turbinellum)

Typically grows as a shrubby upright perennial to 4' tall and to 2 1/2' wide. A study in KC showed that Symphyotrichum is one of the plant genera in our area that attracts the largest number of different bee species.
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Lemon Bee Balm (Monarda citriodora)

An annual that will reseed and spread through the garden. Attracts bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies.
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Littleflower Alumroot (Heuchera parviflora)

A groundcover for a shady area. Try this as a native alternative to hostas.
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