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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Valerie Finnis White Sagebrush, Western Mugwort, White Sagebrush)

Valerie Finnis western mugwort is a compact clump-forming, herbaceous perennial native to western North America, including Mexico. The lance shaped, silvery white leaves may have some jagged edges or lobes at their tips. When crushed, they are fragrant. Woolly, yellowish brown flowerheads appear from midsummer to fall.

Western mugwort is often regarded as invasive and grows best in well drained soil and full sun. This plant is used in sunny mixed borders and rock gardens, and is a great dried...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bride's Feathers, Goat's Beard)

A mound of ferny leaves and tall white plumes make goat's beard a lovely accent plant. It is an upright, tall perennial of woodlands in circumboreal regions-- native to eastern North America as well as Europe and across Siberia into eastern Asia.

The mid- to dark green leaves are large, and made up of many small oval leaflets that have teeth on their edges. Collectively they produce a lovely fern-like texture. In early and midsummer, tall stems tower above the leaves and produce creamy white male-gendered...

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Mark A. Miller

(Child of Two Worlds Goat's Beard, Goat's Beard)

A shorter, sturdier mound of ferny leaves and tall white plumes make Child of Two Worlds goat's beard a lovely accent plant that doesn't require staking. It is an upright perennial of woodlands from circumboreal regions-- native to eastern North America as well as Europe and across Siberia into eastern Asia.

The mid- to dark green leaves are large, and made up of many small oval leaflets that have teeth on their edges. Collectively they produce a lovely fern-like texture. In early and midsummer,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Giant Reed)

Giant reed is a large, evergreen or deciduous, perennial grass with thick, hollow, cane-like stems and long, arching, green to gray-green leaves. In late summer it produces feathery plumes of light green to purplish flowers that mature to silver. Originally from southern Europe, giant reed has been widely planted and become naturalized in temperate and sub-tropical regions worldwide. It spreads by underground rhizomes and is potentially invasive in tropical and subtropical regions where it may also...

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Jesse Saylor

(Giant Reed, Golden Chain Giant Reed)

Giant reed is a large, evergreen or deciduous, perennial grass with thick, hollow, cane-like stems and long, arching, green to gray-green leaves. In late summer it produces feathery plumes of light green to purplish flowers that mature to silver. Originally from southern Europe, giant reed has been widely planted and become naturalized in temperate and sub-tropical regions worldwide. It spreads by underground rhizomes and is potentially invasive in tropical and subtropical regions where it may also...

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Grandiflora

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Blood flower is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors to the showy flowers.

The plant has upright branched stems which sport lance-shaped, opposite leaves of medium green. When broken, the stems emit a milky-white, sticky latex sap. In the heat of summer plants produce flattened clusters of small, complex red-orange flowers...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bloodflower, Red Butterfly Milkweed, Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. The cultivar ‘Red Butterfly’ of Indian butterfly weed are vigorous growers with brightly colored flower clusters in red, yellow that are darker than average. The stems are sturdy and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors to the showy flowers.

The...

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James H. Schutte

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed, Silky Deep Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Silky Deep Red Indian butterfly weed is a vigorous grower with brightly colored flower clusters in rich, red and bright yellow crowns that are slightly larger than average. The stems are sturdy, plants compact, the foliage has a red-purple tone and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed, Silky Gold Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Silky Gold Indian butterfly weed is a vigorous grower with brightly colored flower clusters in rich, golden yellow that are slightly larger than average. The stems are sturdy, plants compact and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors to the showy...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed, Silky Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Silky Scarlet Indian butterfly weed is a vigorous grower with brightly colored flower clusters in rich, scarlet-red and golden yellow crowns that are slightly larger than average. The stems are sturdy, plants compact, the foliage has a bronze tone and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide....