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Solidago nemoralis (Old Field Goldenrod)

Solidago nemoralis (Old Field Goldenrod)

Senna hebecarpa (American senna). I cut this one back after freeze. so far it's been coming back. late bloomer.

Senna hebecarpa (American senna). I cut this one back after freeze. so far it's been coming back. late bloomer.

This little heirloom marigold has stunning yellow and burgundy striped single blooms. Very fancy and attractive looking on the dwarf plants.

This little heirloom marigold has stunning yellow and burgundy striped single blooms. Very fancy and attractive looking on the dwarf plants.

Coreopsis lanceolata: perennial grows in small clumps but forms extensive colonies. It is 1-2 1/2 feet tall; native to NY; drought resistant.

Coreopsis lanceolata: perennial grows in small clumps but forms extensive colonies. It is 1-2 1/2 feet tall; native to NY; drought resistant.

Bluejacket-Tradescantia ohiensis, 2-3', perennial, part shade, dry soil, purple blooms in March-August, attracts bees

Bluejacket-Tradescantia ohiensis, 2-3', perennial, part shade, dry soil, purple blooms in March-August, attracts bees

Baptisia australis (Blue wild indigo) Rising 2-4 ft. high from a woody base, blue wild indigo is a bushy, robust perennial. Flowers are blue-purple and pea-like, congested in dense, upright, terminal spikes, 4-16 in. long. Leaves are divided into three leaflets. Medium water use. Light Requirement: Sun. Moist soil.

Baptisia australis (Blue wild indigo) Rising 2-4 ft. high from a woody base, blue wild indigo is a bushy, robust perennial. Flowers are blue-purple and pea-like, congested in dense, upright, terminal spikes, 4-16 in. long. Leaves are divided into three leaflets. Medium water use. Light Requirement: Sun. Moist soil.

Plymouth gentian, a plant native to freshwater ponds near the coast, now increasingly rare due to overdevelopment. New England Natural Habitat Gardening

Plymouth gentian, a plant native to freshwater ponds near the coast, now increasingly rare due to overdevelopment. New England Natural Habitat Gardening

Pretty little thing - Western Sunflower is well-behaved, compared to some of the more aggressive Helianthus species. Its appearance is very delicate with just a few small leaves at the bottom of the plant and small flowers at the top of 3' stems. It spreads by rhizomes on mostly sunny sites with medium to dry soils.

Pretty little thing - Western Sunflower is well-behaved, compared to some of the more aggressive Helianthus species. Its appearance is very delicate with just a few small leaves at the bottom of the plant and small flowers at the top of 3' stems. It spreads by rhizomes on mostly sunny sites with medium to dry soils.

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