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Image of Saururus cernuus photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Lizard's Tail)

Lizard's tail is an aquatic perennial native to the wetlands of eastern North America. It is hardy, herbaceous and spreads fairly aggressively via underground runners.

In summer, arching, fragrant white flower spikes appear above heart-shaped leaves. These have a sinuous appearance that suggests a reptilian tail.

This interesting perennial grows best in full sun to partial shade and moist organic-rich soil. It is ideal for naturalistic water gardens, though if left unchecked will spread to...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hybrid Saxifrage)

The fine, needle-like, foliage of ‘Purple Rug’ saxifrage is highlighted in mid and late spring with red-violet flowers on tall stems. A tight, sprawling, usually evergreen perennial, this hybrid resembles a sedum when not in flower. It forms flat, sprays of leaves in tight rosettes that gather in clumps. In mid to late spring, thin red stems rise high above the foliage and hold showy magenta-violet, five-petalled flowers.

Grow 'Purple Rug' (also known as 'Purpurteppich') in partial sun to partial...

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Jesse Saylor

(Arend's Saxifrage, Spring Snow Moss Saxifrage)

The narrow leaves of ‘Spring Snow’ saxifrage are joined and highlighted in mid and late spring by pure-white flowers on wiry stems. A tight, clump-forming, usually-evergreen perennial, this is a cultivar of a hybrid first developed by Arends Nursery of Ronsdorf, Germany.

This plant grows as low rosettes of needle-like leaves in flat sprays. The rosettes in turn gather in tight clumps.In mid to late spring, thin stems rise high above the foliage and open to five-petalled flowers that have white...

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James H. Schutte

(Pincushion Flower)

A smaller, more finely textured version of pincushion flower, this short-lived hardy perennial is native over much of Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. Appearing from late spring to late summer, the flat lilac-blue flower heads are singly borne on long slender peduncles that emerge from the bases of the dissected stem leaves. Comprising numerous tiny individual flowers, the flower heads have fringed edges and a central bristle of protruding stamens. The wiry flower stems arise from a basal clump...

(Pincushion Flower)

A smaller, more finely textured version of pincushion flower, Scabiosa columbaria is a short-lived hardy perennial found over much of Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. The selection Harlequin Blue bears relatively large lavender-blue flower heads on dense compact plants from late spring to early fall. Singly borne on long slender peduncles that emerge from the bases of the dissected stem leaves, the flat round flower heads have fringed edges and a central bristle of protruding stamens....

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James H. Schutte

(Butterfly Blue Pincushion Flower, Dove Pincushions, Pincushion Flower)

Butterfly blue pincushion flower is a short lived flowering perennial that produces large violet-blue flowers all summer. These intricate, lacy flowerheads appear atop tall, wiry stems and contrast nicely with its lobed, gray-green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to ensure continued flowering.

Plants grow best in sandy, well drained loam and full to part sun. Partial sun is preferred in hotter regions. Pincushion flowers are highly attractive to butterflies make nice cutflowers. They...

(Pincushion Flower)

A smaller, more finely textured version of pincushion flower, Scabiosa columbaria is a short-lived hardy perennial found over much of Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. The selection 'Pink Lemonade' has a dense compact habit and bears soft lavender-pink flower heads from late spring to early fall. Singly borne on long slender peduncles that emerge from the bases of the dissected stem leaves, the disk-shaped flower heads have fringed edges and a central bristle of protruding stamens. The...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dove Pincushions, Pincushion Flower, Pink Mist Pincushion Flower)

Pink mist pincushion flower is a short lived flowering perennial that produces large pink flowers all summer. These intricate, lacy flowerheads appear atop tall, wiry stems and contrast nicely with its lobed, gray-green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to ensure continued flowering.

Plants grow best in sandy, well drained loam and full to part sun. Partial sun is preferred in hotter regions. Pincushion flowers are highly attractive to butterflies make nice cutflowers. They work well in...

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James H. Schutte

(Pincushion Flower)

A smaller, more finely textured version of pincushion flower, Scabiosa columbaria is a short-lived hardy perennial found over much of Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. A compact sport of 'Butterfly Blue', Blue Buttons bears violet-blue flower heads from late spring to early fall. Held singly on long slender peduncles that emerge from the bases of the dissected stem leaves, the disk-shaped flower heads have fringed edges and a central bristle of protruding stamens. The wiry flower stems...

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James H. Schutte

(Pincushion Flower)

A smaller, more finely textured version of pincushion flower, Scabiosa columbaria is a short-lived hardy perennial found over much of Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. A compact sport of 'Pink Mist', Pink Buttons bears pale lavender-pink flower heads from late spring to early fall. Held singly on long slender peduncles that emerge from the bases of the dissected stem leaves, the disk-shaped flower heads have fringed edges and a central bristle of protruding stamens. The wiry flower stems...