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(Crested Wood Fern)

Crested wood fern is a semi-evergreen, clump-forming perennial that flourishes in moist, swampy ground as well as moist upland soils. This woodland fern is distinguished by its upright fronds with sparsely spaced pinnae, or leaflets, which are held at a tilt along the leaf stem. It has a very broad natural distribution. Native populations can be found across the whole of the northern hemisphere from North America to Europe, Russia and other parts of northern Asia.

DDespite the epithet “cristata”,...

Image of Dryopteris marginalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Marginal Wood Fern)

Marginal wood fern is an evergreen fern native to eastern North America, from Canada's Quebec province southward to the American states of Kansas and Virginia. The leathery, grayish green to blue-green fronds arise from an erect rhizome. Forming a non-spreading clump, the overall habit is V-shaped.

Marginal wood fern grows very well in shade and moist soil, though once established it will tolerate drier conditions. It makes a perfect addition to mixed borders, wildflower gardens, and rock gardens...

(Mock Strawberry)

Image of Duchesnea indica photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Indian Mock Strawberry)

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Coneflower, Mango Meadowbrite Coneflower)

Summer is not complete without coneflowers in bloom! The yellow-blooming Mango Meadowbrite™ ('CBG Cone3') has orange-brown center cones that attract butterflies to the flowers and small songbirds to its seeds. Its flowers smell of a light spicy orange fragrance. A member of the Meadowbrite Series™ of coneflowers created at the Chicago Botanic Gardens, this cultivar was discovered as a branch mutation on an 'Art's Pride' (Orange Meadowbrite™) coneflower.

Coneflowers grow best full to partial sun...

(Hybrid Coneflower)

Almost every species of Echinacea is ornamental and available in the trade for garden use. All are hardy herbaceous perennials and easy to grow. There are nine species, all North American endemics, and in recent years a bevy of wonderful cultivars have been brought to the fore. All are distributed east of the Rocky Mountains, and the endangered species Echinacea tennesseensis only exists in a three county radius in central Tennessee.

Coneflowers are best known for their large,...

Image of Echinacea augustifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blacksamson, Blacksamson Coneflower)

Blacksamson is an herbaceous perennial with a compact, upright habit. It is native from southern Canada to the southern United States and has hairy stems that arise from a basal cluster of hairy, lance-shaped leaves. In midsummer it bears large flowerheads with an orange to brown central disc, or cone, surrounded by pink or purple petals. A rare white flowered cultivar is also in cultivation. Like most coneflowers, these blooms are frequented by butterflies and bees, and their dry, seed-filled cones...

Image of Echinacea purpurea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? Purple coneflower is a hardy herbaceous wildflower native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, it bears tall, sturdy stems topped with single large, red-purple, pink or white daisies with prominent conical centers of brown, orange or green. Bloom time may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded. There are many desirable purple coneflower cultivars such as the dwarf ‘Kim’s Knee High’ and double-flowered...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, White Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? White purple coneflower, selection 'Alba', is an herbaceous plant that is native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, long, sturdy stems bear white, daisy flowers with large conical centers of yellow-brown. Bloom time may be extended if their spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

A dependable garden staple, purple coneflower self-sows freely but not aggressively. These natives are happiest when planted in sites...

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(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? Bravado purple coneflower is an herbaceous plant that is native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, long, sturdy stems bear showy red-purple daisy flowers with large conical centers of golden brown. Bloom time may be extended if their spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded. There are many desirable purple coneflower cultivars such as the dwarf ‘Kim’s Knee High’ and double-flowered ‘Doubledecker.’ A dependable garden...