A native perennial in the mint family. Commonly found in woodland areas preferring moist to medium well-drained soil.  Leaves emit a strong spearmint fragrance when crushed.  Many varieties of Pychanthemum were used by native Americans for medicinal ... Read More

Blephilia ciliata has a distinctive appeal with its tight clusters of pink-purple flowers stacked to resemble a pagoda.  Reminiscent of the much loved Monardas, this Blephilia will spread by rhizomes slowly from a central tab root to form clumps.  ... Read More

Eryngium yuccifolium, commonly called rattlesnake-master or button snake-root, is a USA native plant which occurs in rocky woods, prairies and glades and was a common plant of the tallgrass prairie. Most members of the parsley/carrot family ... Read More

Eupatorium rugosum, or White Snakeroot is a herbaceous perennial that can grow to 3 feet. The plant is native to woodland areas in the Eastern United States and typically occurs in rich or rocky woods, ... Read More

Anaphalis margaritacea commonly known as the western pearly everlasting or pearly everlasting, is an Asian and North American species of flowering perennial plants in the sunflower family Asteraceae. It is a tall, herbaceous perennial wildflower ... Read More

Doellingeria umbellata formerly known as Aster umbellatus, is a perennial, early bloomer in the Aster family, flowering in July with clusters of white petals and yellow center disks. It prefers wet-to-moist, sandy prairies on full ... Read More

ANISE HYSSOP is considered one of the premier plants for feeding pollinators. Some claim that one acre planted in anise hyssop can support 100 honeybee hives, the flowers blooming from June until frost. It was ... Read More