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Yoder Brothers

(Annabella Deep Rose Anemone, Pacific Anemone)

This cultivar of Windflower, a native of the U.S., blooms from late spring to early summer with a profusion of deep-rose, long-stemmed open flowers with a pale-yellow center. A hardy perennial, ‘Annabella Deep Rose’ branches from its base to make a low mound of airy leaves that are cut into narrow, linear leaflets. The flower stems, which are tall and stout, rise above the plant and end in an umbel of two or three flowers that give way to fluffy, globe-shaped seed heads. It grows and flowers best...

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James H. Schutte

(Pacific Anemone, Red Pacific Anemone)

This cultivar of Windflower, a native of the U.S., blooms from late spring to early summer with a profusion of carmine-red flowers that have a yellow center. A hardy, herbaceous perennial, ‘Rubra’ branches from its base to make a low mound of airy leaves that are cut into narrow, linear leaflets. The flower stems, which are tall and stout, rise above the plant and end in an umbel of two or three upward-facing flowers that give way to fluffy, globe-shaped seed heads.

Give ‘Rubra’ a site in full...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Madonna Woodland Anemone, Snowdrop Windflower, Woodland Anemone)

Compact and easily started from seed, 'Madonna' produces lots of clear white flowers early in the season. The snowdrop windflower is a hardy, herbaceous perennial that flowers strongly in early spring. Its delicate nodding buds rise and open skyward to show glistening white flowers. It is a native of eastern and central Europe where it inhabits moist, open, montane forests. One caveat is that this perennial spreads and must be given plenty of space to roam.

Woodland anemone grows as a mounded...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Thimbleweed)

A beautiful, spreading wildflower native to much of eastern North America, tall thimbleweed offers lush mats of upright, palm-shaped foliage and delicate white summer flowers. Native populations inhabit open woods and prairies that range from dry and rocky to somewhat moist and fertile. There are three variants, var. cylindroidea, var. virginiana and var. alba, which differ in floral characteristics, distribution and vigor.

The bright to medium green leaves of tall...

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TL

(Pink Pussytoes)

A mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial from mountains and dry plains of western and northern North America, rosy pussytoes is grown for its fuzzy pink flowers and its downy gray foliage.

This hardy perennial spreads via underground rhizomes to form low carpets of small spoon-shaped leaves with silvery felt-like surfaces. Small disc-shaped heads of pink to white flowers appear atop short leafy stems in spring or early summer. Flowerheads of female plants have numerous soft bristles, giving...

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Jessie Keith

(Golden Marguerite)

Commonly called golden Marguerite or ox-eye chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria is a fast-growing clump-forming perennial with many golden daisies. This easy-to-grow ornamental originates from Europe, has a bushy habit and puts forth ferny green foliage in spring. It flowers from late spring to summer offering a mass of small golden yellow daisies with golden centers. These are lightly fragrant and attractive to butterflies.

Golden Marguerite needs full sun, average to fertile soil with...

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Jesse Saylor

(Golden Marguerite, Kelwayi Golden Marguerite)

Commonly called golden Marguerite or ox-eye chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria is a fast-growing clump-forming perennial with many golden daisies. This easy-to-grow ornamental originates from Europe, has a bushy habit and puts forth ferny green foliage in spring. It flowers from late spring to summer offering a mass of small golden yellow daisies with golden centers. These are lightly fragrant and attractive to butterflies.

Golden Marguerite needs full sun, average to fertile soil with...

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Yoder Brothers

(Golden Chamomile, Golden Marguerite, Sauce Hollandaise Golden Marguerite)

Commonly called golden Marguerite or ox-eye chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria is a fast-growing clump-forming perennial. And, the vigorous cultivar 'Sauce Hollandaise' has creamy yellow daisies unlike standard forms, which are gold-flowered.

This easy-to-grow ornamental has a bushy habit and puts forth ferny green foliage in spring. It flowers in early to midsummer offering a mass of small butter-yellow daisies. These are lightly fragrant and attractive to butterflies.

Golden Marguerite...

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Jesse Saylor

(Golden Marguerite, Susanna Mitchell Golden Marguerite)

Commonly called golden Marguerite or ox-eye chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria is a fast-growing clump-forming perennial with many golden daisies. This easy-to-grow ornamental originates from Europe, has a bushy habit and puts forth ferny green foliage in spring. It flowers from late spring to summer offering a mass of small golden yellow daisies with golden centers. These are lightly fragrant and attractive to butterflies.

Golden Marguerite needs full sun, average to fertile soil with...

(American potato-bean, Ground-bean, Groundnut)

This twining herbaceous perennial from central and eastern North America is grown primarily for its edible tubers, which were a staple food of American Indians and early European colonists.

This hardy plant forms a network of underground rhizomes laced with spherical to ellipsoid tubers that resemble small potatoes. Cooked tubers are edible. Long twining stems with alternate compound leaves arise from the rhizomes in spring. The pinnate leaves have five to nine leaflets. In summer plants produce...