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Sulphur Cosmos (Cosmos sulphureus)

Brightly colored annual that blooms from June to September. Coloring ranges from pale yellow to bright orange; attracts butterflies and bees. Tolerates drought, dry soil, and full sun.

Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata)

Clump-forming perennial with milky sap, stems are branching, opposite leaves bend upward on either side of the prominent midrib, flowers are small, fragrant, pink to mauve, and in tight clusters at the stem ends, blooming June to October. Best in full sun, moderate to wet soils.

Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia maritima)

A tender perennial that produces fragrant masses of white, pink or purple flowers, plants tend to be spreading. Blooms quickly.  Excellent for fragrant, butterfly and old-fashioned gardens; highly adaptable. Best in full to partial sun, dry to moist soils.

Sweet Williams Pinks (Dianthus barbatus)

An annual to short-lived perennial, produces clusters of flowers with toothed petals, in white, pink, red, purple, or violet, often bi-colored. Sweet-scented. Blooms from mid-May to mid-July. Naturalized in the U.S. Best in full sun, dry to moist soils, prefers rich, moist and well-draining soil; does not tolerate combination of heat and humidity; good for fragrant
gardens, cut-flowers, attracts butterflies.

Texas Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis)

A winter annual or biennial, leaves are basal with leaflets in digitate clusters; flowers in spikes, blue with white markings; has a deep taproot. The state flower of Texas. Blooms late July thru September. Found in Texas, frequent in dry sandy or gravelly soils, plains, brushlands, flats, hillsides and along roadsides. Best in full to partial sun, dry to
moist soils, requires moisture to flower.

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Thickspike Gayfeather (Liatris pycnostachya)

Spikes of purple flowers that bloom from the top down from July to August. Prefers full sun and moderate to moist soils, however, withstands drought; tolerates heat and humidity. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees.

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Tussock Bellflower (Campanula carpatica)

A perennial, clump-forming; has broad, bell-shaped flowers, 1-2 inches wide, in white or violet. Blooms from late June through July. Best in sun to shade, dry to moist soils, excellent for the rock garden and border edgings.

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Western Larkspur (Delphinium hesperium)

Synonyms: Tall Larkspur / Tall Mountain Larkspur / Duncecap Larkspur
An upright perennial, 3-6 feet tall, upper stems are sticky/glandular; small flowers are pale blue to purple, spurred, and numerous in tall, dense clusters; leaves are palmately divided; flowers June to August. Found across the western U.S. Best in partial sun, moist soils, considered an invasive weed in some areas; poisonous to livestock.

Western Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Western Yarrow is a perennial with clusters of bright white, fragrant flowers at the top of erect stems growing from 1 to 3 feet tall. Blooming from July to September, this plant attracts bees and butterflies.

White Prairie Clover (Dalea candida)

A native perennial plant with white flowers that are about 1/4” across, with 5 petals and 5 white stamens. The flowers often have a pleasant fragrance. It blooms June to August. It is drought tolerant. Grows well in full sun and prefers loamy, clay, sand, or gravel soils. Common in dry black soil prairies, sand prairies, savannas, openings in upland forests, and limestone glades. Found mainly east of the Rocky Mountains and West of the Appellation Mountains.

Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)

Synonyms: Bee Balm | Horsemint
A perennial with purple clusters of flowers appear July thru August. Rhizomatous, can be aggressive. Found in North America, east of the Rockies; floodplains, shorelines and open woodlands, moist to mesic prairies. Best in full to partial sun; moderately dry to moist, but not wet soils, tolerates sandy, clay or loam soils. Moist rich soils are best.