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Steeplebush
Spiraea tomentosa
Steeplebush




Wild Garlic
Allium canadense
Bunched flowers are formed on thin, short stems atop this native prairie plant. This perennial does well in moist to dry soils in full sun to light shade. It Blooms May thru July and grows to a height of 6"-24".
Wild Garlic





Wild Geranium
Geranium maculatum
This lovely spring woodland plant holds loose clusters of small pink to purple flowers and grows 1'-2' tall. The deeply cut foliage is lush and creates full clumps. It does well in partial shade to full sun in dry to moist soils. Blooming time is late spring to early summer.
Wild Geranium




Wild Rose
Rosa carolina
A native plant that can be found in dry to mesic areas of prairies, fields and open woodlands. These prickly shrubs grow to 2' tall and hold pink flowers with yellow stamens. Grows in partial shade to full sun.
Wild Rose





Yarrow, Rosey Red
Achillea millefolium Red
Cluster-like 'rosey red' flowers sit atop these hairy 1'- 2' tall plants. Native to the midwest it can tolerate a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. This plant will bloom most of the summer and reach heights of 1'- 2'. Does well in sun to partial shade.
Rosey Red Yarrow

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