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(Coastal Plain Joe-Pye weed)

Coastal plain Joepyeweed, often called the dwarf Joepyeweed, is a slightly shorter-growing perennial with butterfly-attracting purplish pink flowers in late summer. This species is native to the moist areas of the Piedmont of the extreme eastern United States. The mid-green leaves are arranged in whorls on the purplish stems.

Grow coastal plain Joepyeweed in a moist garden soil with average to good drainage. This plant naturally grows in wet, acidic sandy soils. Although full sun will yield the...

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James Burghardt

(Coastal Plain Joe-Pye weed, Little Joe Joe-Pye weed)

‘Little Joe’ adds color and architecture to the summer garden with its large, dome-shaped clusters of lavender-pink flowers borne on tall, sturdy stems. Selected for its compact growth habit, it is a form of eastern Joe Pye weed, native to moist, coastal areas of the eastern United States. Its burgundy-tinted stems are lined with whorls of pointed, elliptical, dark green foliage. In mid- to late summer, many dark salmon-pink buds give way to dense, rounded clouds of softly-colored flowers, which...

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Mark Kane

(Hollow-Stemmed Joe-Pye weed, Trumpetweed)

Beautiful branched clusters of purplish rose flowers rise from this stately eastern North American native perennial in summer and fall. Hollow-stemmed Joe-Pye weed naturally inhabits moist meadows, thickets and roadside ditches but grows equally well in regular garden loam. Its colorful flowers and bold look make it a favorite cultivated native in large-scale perennial gardens and native gardens alike.

Its smooth, upright stems are bright purplish red and have a hollow interior between the...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bartered Bride Joe-pye Weed)

Beautiful branched clusters of purplish rose flowers rise from this stately eastern North American native perennial in summer and fall. Hollow-stemmed Joe-Pye weed naturally inhabits moist meadows, thickets and roadside ditches but grows equally well in regular garden loam. Its colorful flowers and bold look make it a favorite cultivated native in large-scale perennial gardens and native gardens alike.

Its smooth, upright stems are bright purplish red and have a hollow interior between the...

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Jessie Keith

(Pearlbush)

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James H. Schutte

(Fallugia)

Image of Festuca arundinacea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tall Fescue)

A dense clump-forming perennial, tall fescue is a durable turf grass that grows best in regions with cool to moderate temperatures. It has very dense, soft blades that make it a good lawn grass for playgrounds and athletic fields. Native populations exist in open fields and meadows across Europe and North Temperate Asia. Unlike other turf grasses, it does not spread via rhizomes, so it tidily stays put.

Tall fescue has deep roots that allow it to withstand seasonal drought. It has fine, deep...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sheep Fescue)

Sheep fescue is a perennial, tufted grass used both as ornament and lawn grass. It is native to the cool, western areas of North America and introduced to Europe and Asia. The leaves are fine in texture, linear to thread shaped, blue green in color and rough to the touch. The flowers are produced on narrow, branched spikelets and are green in color. The flower spikes are held well above the foliage and produced in summer.

Sheep fescue is a cool-season grass and can be short-lived. It prefers full...

(Four-leaved Fescue)

Four leafed fescue is a perennial, tufted grass used as an ornamental grass. It is native to Europe. The leaves are short, fine in texture, linear to thread-like, blue green to yellow in color and rough to the touch. The flowers are produced on narrow, branched spikelets and are green. The flower spikes are held well above the foliage and produced in summer.

Four leafed fescue is a cool-season grass and can be short-lived. It prefers full sun to part sun locations with moist, well-drained soil,...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue is spreading grass used for turf, meadows and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. Red fescue is the most common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Red fescue is adapted to wide range of...