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Image of Baptisia bracteata photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Bracted Wild Indigo, Creamy Wild Indigo)

Beautifully clumping with stems clothed in green leaves, creamy wild indigo has horizontal to weeping spikes of pale yellow flowers in early summer. An herbaceous perennial that is slow growing and with an extensive root system, it is native to the dry grasslands and open woodlands of much of the eastern United States. A northern natural variety is a bit taller at maturity; the southern variety shorter and more tolerant of summer heat and humidity.

The medium green leaf has three oval leaflets....

Image of Baptisia bracteata var. leucophaea photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Bracted Wild Indigo)

Beautifully clumping with stems clothed in green leaves, creamy wild indigo has horizontal to weeping spikes of pale yellow flowers in early summer. An herbaceous perennial that is slow growing and with an extensive root system, it is native to the dry grasslands and open woodlands of much of the eastern United States. A northern natural variety is a bit taller at maturity; the southern variety shorter and more tolerant of summer heat and humidity.

The medium green leaf has three oval leaflets....

(Catbells)

Round green leaves that look like they've been pierced by a skewer, catbells' yellow flowers in spring arise from these disc-like leaves. An herbaceous perennial from the the coastal plain of the extreme southeastern United States, it has an extensive root system that resents disturbance.

The mounding plant has stems that are ornately lined with green to bluish green leaves that are round and encase the stem. In midspring, small yellow flowers that are pea-like arise from the stem among the leaves....

Image of Baptisia sphaerocarpa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Yellow False Indigo)

Yellow wild indigo is a mounding perennial with attractive yellow pea-like flowers and blue-green foliage. This southern United States native flowers in the springtime on light green stems held above the dense foliage. The tan or brown colored seedpods that form afterwards are also an ornamental feature. Various butterflies will visit the flowers when open.

Yellow wild indigo needs a full sun location for best form and flowering, but also handles up to partial shade. Tolerant of drought, nutrient...

Image of Berzelia lanuginosa photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Buttonbush)

With fine deep green foliage, buttonbush has woolly button-like flowers from winter to late spring and then decorative tan seedheads that remain on the plant for up to two years. An upright, clumping shrub from South Africa, it is associated with sunny bogs. Its overall shape can also be rounded with a spreading tendency.

The small and narrow leaves are rich green and arranged in whorls all along the upright stems. from midwinter to late spring the stem tips bear small clusters of small, rounded...

Image of Bouteloua curtipendula photo by: TL

TL

(Sideoats Grama Grass)

Sideoats grama grass is a versatile, clumping, warm season ornamental grass with pretty red flowers on decorative stems from summer to fall. This perennial is native to much of the New World, from Canada southward all the way to Argentina in South America. In spring the gray-green leaves remain compact, making a nice filler among the spring and summer blooming prairie wildflowers. By midsummer, this grass sends up slightly taller stems that have purple-turning-green oat-shaped flowerbuds that will...

Image of Bouteloua gracilis photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Blue Grama Grass, Mosquito Grass)

Blue grama grass is a perennial warm season grass grown for its fine, gray-green leaves and one-sided decorative flowers. A compact grower, it is native to the arid western United States and Mexico where soils are dry and alkaline.

Fine, narrow, gray-green leaves emerge in spring. In summer slender stems rise above the foliage lined with one-sided flower buds that resemble mosquito larvae. The tiny flowers are reddish purple when they open and quite decorative lining the stem tips. In autumn the...

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(Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass, Blue Grama Grass)

An exceptionally showy, heavy-flowering selection of blue grama grass, 'Blond Ambition' is a perennial warm-season grass grown for its one-sided, horizontal decorative flowers and blond, light yellow-tan seed heads. An upright, clumping plant larger than the wild grass species, it is native to the arid western United States and Mexico where soils are dry and alkaline. Cultivar 'Blonde Ambition' was discovered and introduced by David Salman of High Country Gardens in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Fine,...

Image of Briza media photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Perennial Quaking Grass)

Common quaking grass is a perennial, tufted grass grown mostly for its interesting seed pods. It is native to Eurasia and naturalized in the cooler regions of North America. The leaves are linear, narrow, flat, upright and green to blue-green in color. Common quaking grass spreads slowly by rhizome (underground stem). Flowers are small and green held in lacy branched heads on stiff, leafless stalks well above the foliage, doubling the size of the plant. They appear later spring into summer. The fruit...

Image of Calamagrostis brachytricha photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Feather Reed Grass, Foxtail Grass)

Feather reed grass is a compact, perennial ornamental grass grown for its tidy clumps of bright green grassy foliage and fuzzy whitish pink seedheads, which bloom from late summer to early fall. The foliage becomes yellowed in fall and then tan in the winter on this native of western and central Asia. The seedheads become tan as they mature and tend to crumble by early winter.

Grow feather reed grass in average, moderately moist to wet soil; it is one of the few ornamental grasses that will survive...