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Achillea millefolium

Native. A tough plant tolerating drought and inhospitable sites. White, flat-topped flowers (corymb) appear in early summer above ferny-like foliage. Attractive to pollinators. 2-3' h. Z 3-9.

1 gal
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Actaea racemosa

Native. This native has creamy-white, 1-2' flower spikes during early summer. Deeply cut, dark green leaves up to 2' long. 4-6' ht. Z 3-8.

1.5 gal
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Agastache foeniculum

Native. Upright perennial with light green angular stems with anise scented leaves when bruised. Lavender to purple, bottle-brush flowers appear during summer into fall. Great pollinator plant. Thrives in sunny, well-drained situations. 2-4' h x 2-3' w. Z 4-8.

1 gal
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Anemone canadensis

Native. A hardy, robust perennial with deeply lobed, basel leaves on 1-2' stems. Solitary white flowers with golden center emerge from the leaf whorl from late spring into the summer. Can colonize easily in sunny, moist sites so provide room to grow. Less vigorous in shadier, drier sites. 1-2' h x 3-5 ' w. Z 3-8.

1 gal
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Aquilegia canadensis

Native. Red, 1.5" wide flowers with yellow centers appear from early to midspring for approximately 6 weeks. Excellent naturalizing native for the shady rock garden. 1-3' ht. Z 3-8.

0.7 gal
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Clematis virginiana

Native. Aggressively growing vine climbing to 10-20' by twisting petioles. Slightly fragrant flowers appear on the dioecious plants from mid to late summer followed by masses of silvery plumed seed. Flowers on new wood. Z 3-9.

1.5 gal
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Clethra alnifolia

Native, deciduous shrub grows 4-8' tall by 4-6' wide. Fragrant, white flowers appear on 4-6 racemes during summer. The 2"-4" green leaves turn golden-yellow in fall. Prefers moist, acidic soil, and partial shade to full sun. Z 4-9.

2 gal
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Comptonia peregrina

Native. A small, deciduous, mound-shaped woody shrub growing 2-5 ft. tall. Once established will rapidly produce a dense colony to 8' w. Bruised leaves give off a sweet fragrance. Prefers sun to part shade and well-drained conditions. Tolerant of drought, wet sites, and wind.

0.7 gal
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Asclepias incarnata

Native. A tall, clump-forming native plant with 3-6" long, narrow leaves. Rosy-pink flowers, with faint vanilla scent, appear in late spring and early summer. Prefers moist soils. 3-4' ht by 2' wide. Z 3-7.

1.5 gal
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Aster novae-angliae

Native. A tall, leafy-stemmed native aster with clusters of 1.5-2" wide, violet to pink flowers with yellow centers that appear during late summer. Requires even moisture for best growth. Great cut flower. 4-6' ht. Z 3-8.

1 gal
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