Tall perennial with umbels of fragrant white flowers that blooms in spring to summer.
Perennial flower with large “ball” shaped pink and white flowers. The common milkweed needs full sun and blooms in the summer months. Great for pollinator conservation.
April to June blooming perennial that prefers full sun and moist soils.
Native perennial with delicate 1.5 inch purple or pink flowers that blooms from April to June.
Native perennial with bright blue flowers that thrives in full sun and dry soil.
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.
Summer blooming native biennial with bright yellow flowers. Prefers sunny areas with dry soil. Bees enjoy its sweet aroma.
Synonyms: Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis / A. millefolium var. lanulosa
A perennial with leaves finely divided with gray woolly hairs; flowers are white, in dense, flat-topped cluster; plants are aromatic. Quite drought tolerant. Blooms from June through July. Native from Quebec to Yukon, south to OK, CA and Mexico on dry, open rocky places. Prefers full sun; well-draining soils. Very drought tolerant; will be aggressive in moister soils, spreads by rhizomes.
A native perennial plant with 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.
Synonyms: Stiff White Aster
A perennial, clump-forming; produces masses of white flowers; blooms from August to late September. Found across western Quebec and Vermont, south to Georgia, west to Saskatchewan, South Dakota, Colorado and Arkansas; found in open, drying prairies, limestone bluffs, sandy sites, gravelly glacial hills and dunes. Best in sunny locations and dry soils.
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.
A specially formulated mix of annuals and perennials designed to attract honey bees and other bee species.
A specially formulated wildflower mix to attract birds, bees, and butterflies.
This mix is excellent when there is an immediate need for colorful wildflowers. Grows from 10 to 30 inches and is very drought tolerant.
This mix includes perennial wildflowers that will provide color year after year. Grows from 10 to 30 inches and is very drought tolerant.
Our most popular mix, the Rocky Mountain Wildflower Mix is a special blend of annuals and perennials that grows color throughout the season. Grows from 10 to 30 inches high and is very drought tolerant. Not recommended for planting during the heat of the summer.
A specially formulated mix of colorful annuals and perennials designed to only grow to around 12 inches.