Plants used for rain garden should tolerate both water saturated and dry soil; when rain and other run off is plentiful the soils will be wet, during other times the soils may be dry. A well planned rain garden require minimal maintenance to survive, should be compatible with adjacent land use, contribute habitats for native butterflies, birds, and beneficial insects, and be ascetically pleasing.

A rain garden requires an area where water can collect and where plants can grow, they allow water to infiltrate into the ground instead of running off and causing erosional damage.
Aruncus aethusifolius
    Code: ARU2-A8
    SKU: Lot A5 - 100 seeds
    Price: $2.95
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    Dwarf Goats Beard Rosaceae:

    Nice thick clumps that grow 10 inches tall and mounds 18 inches wide with white flowers that look like small Astilbe, The flowers are produced in abundance then dry to a reddish tint in late summer. These plants are great for their foliage texture which is like a soft fern. Long lived in moister retentive soils that are well draining but tolerant of dry soils were flower production will be less. Part shade. Blooms the third year.

    Zones 4-9

    100 seeds

    Aruncus dioicus
      Code: AR09-A9
      SKU: Lot A5 - 300 seeds
      Price: $2.65
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      Tall creamy-white colored heads of flowers in early summer. Best in moist well drained soils in open shade with intermittent direct sun. Attractive yellow-green foliage, remove old flowers after blooming to tidy up clumps. Blooms from 4 to 7 feet tall, nice as a tall display in a shade garden. Plants look somewhat like a large Astilbe, with similar looking compound leaves and spiky heads of flowers, better blooming in soils that are not always moist. When done blooming the flowers spikes take on a dry withered look that is not near as appealing as the green heads of Astilbe though. In late spring and early summer, well grown plants put on a spectacular display that is noticed from some distance away.

      Zones 4-9

      Native from Eastern USA were it is found growing in bluffs, wooded slopes, rocky and moist woodlands and along ravines.

      300 seeds

      Aruncus sinensis
        Code: 1ARU-A1
        SKU:
        Price: $2.00
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        Like A. dioicus but blooming later in the year and on average a bit shorter in height.

        Zones 4-9

        200 seeds

        Asclepias incarnata
          Code: AIM1-A9
          SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
          Price: $2.00
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          Swamp Milkweed

          Nice form with dark to light pink lavender flowers with a few white plants mixed in too. Fragrant flowers loved by butterflies. Easy to grow from seed and long lived plants for the border garden or pond planting. Loved by butterflies and long blooming in midsummer. Plants grow 3 to 4 feet tall and do best in full sun but they grow and flower well in a good amount of shade too. Moisture loving species that grows in damp to wet soils but growing nicely in average garden soil also. Plants grow 4 feet tall and in cultivation will have as many as 12 stems with the tops covered with umbels of flowers. Should produce a good number of nice dark flowering plants too. Use around ponds, lakes, and low ground or in the garden. Do not let the Monarch Butterflies have their way with this plant-they love it and will lay their eggs on it and the caterpillars will eat away all the leaves. Attractive in the garden, give the plants some light shade during the hottest part of the day and they will grow in dry soils as long as the soils are deep and they can spread out their root system. In the spring one should be careful to not remove the plants during spring planting, since the emergence of new shoots is late and occurs after most all other plants have come out of the ground.

          Zones 3-8

          50 seeds

          Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella'
            Code: ASC1-A3
            SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
            Price: $2.95
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            Nice selection for cut flower production with bright rose-red colored flowers that have softer rose colored centers. Plants grow 4 feet tall. Does well in moist soils and in normal garden soils that are watered when dry.

            50 seeds

            Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'
              Code: AIIB-A4
              SKU:
              Price: $2.85
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              This is a beautiful white flowering form that lasts much longer as a cut flower than the normal species. Pure white flowers top off 3 to 3.5 foot tall plants. This species is loved by butterflies, and this form is covered with insects during blooming. Flowering in July - September and growing well in normal to wet soils. Plants are long lived and will bloom the first year from an early sowing. Nice up-right habit with plants. Like most Asclepia, plants are slow to come out of the ground in the spring but once they start to grow - grow fast. Some flowering the first year with a late winter sowing

              Zones 3-8

              The species is native to North Eastern and Central United States. Were it is found growing along streams and lakes and in moist grassy locations and open woodlands along drainage areas. Soak seeds in hot water for 24 hours ( replace the water with fresh hot water every 8 hours) and surface sow ( light helps with germination) , germination in 1-2 weeks at F 70. once germination begins cover the seeds slightly with some soil medium. If little germination move to 25-38F for 5 weeks then back to 70F.

              50 seeds

              Asclepias incarnata 'Mixed'
                Code: ASIM-A8
                SKU:
                Price: $2.00
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                A mix of nice colors, includes about an even mix of pure white and nice dark rose and pink-rose colored flowering plants.

                Zones 3-9

                Soak seeds in hot water for 36 hours, changing the water With fresh water every 12 hours. Surface sow, Light needed for best germination in 1-3 weeks at F 75. If little germination in 3 weeks, chill pots at 24-39F for 20 days.

                50 seeds

                Boltonia asteroides var. latisquama 'Nana'
                  Code: B100-A8
                  SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                  Price: $2.85
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                  Dwarf Bolton's Aster or White Doll's Eye Daisy or False Aster or False Chamomile or Thousand Flowers (bol-TO-nee-uh) Asteraceae:

                  Typically plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall with many rose tinted flowers with small yellow centers. Plants produce large numbers of flowers on branched stems in late summer and fall. These long lived perennials are covered aster-like flowers, forming slowly spreading clumps growing a few feet wide. They have thin leaves that are a gray green color. This selection is an easily grown garden subject that does well in most types of soils, with medium fertility that are well-draining. Tolerates a wide range of soils including moderately dry ones. Grow in full sun for the most upright plants, under shadier conditions plants can flop. Forms a slowly spreading clump by way of creeping rhizomes, and plants are best when divided-up every three years.

                  Zones 4-9

                  Surface sow seeds and use 65-74F, with germination one to three weeks. If no germination in 3 to 4 weeks, move to 30-39F for 4 weeks, then back to 68F.

                  50 seeds

                  Boltonia decurrens
                    Code: BODE-A8
                    SKU: Lot A3 - 300 seeds
                    Price: $2.00
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                    [Boltonia asteroides var. decurrens] 'Decurrent False Aster' or 'Claspingleaf Doll's Daisy' or 'Winged False Aster Asteraceae:

                    Plants grow 5 to 7 feet tall, they have many 1 inch wide, white to purplish tinted, daisy-like flowers with yellow centers. The plants have prominent decurrent foliage that is a blueish color. The stems are round and strong ending in many branches. This species blooms in late summer. Grow in an area with full sun and moisture retentive soils. Great plants for it tall upright habit and showy fall flower display. It spreads to form dense clumps that are very showy, it makes an ideal cut flower also. Those pictured receive 4 hours of direct sun and are shaded by oak trees the rest of the day, and are growing in drier soil.

                    Zones 4-8

                    This species is a native to a limited area in central North America and currently limited to Illinois and Missouri; were it is endangered because of habitat lose and alteration. In the wild it grows in open muddy bottom-lands, it is dependent upon flooding with silt deposition to maintain suitable habitat for propagation. Easy to grow, doing well even in dryer soils and a open shady location. Best plants it sun and on moisture retentive soils.

                    300 seeds

                    Cimicifuga ramosa 'Atropurpurea'
                      Code: CY05-A9
                      SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                      Price: $2.50
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                      Plants grow 4 to 6 feet tall. Nice tall plants for the shade garden, best in cool, moisture retentive soils that are well draining. Very nice foliage clumps in the summer - blooming late summer with tall spikes of scented white colored flowers.

                      Start off with 16 weeks at 68-75F, move to between 32 and 40F indefinitely, germination is spread out over two years. Or use Sow at 60 to 76F for 6 weeks then move to between 24 to 39F for 8 weeks. After move to 45-55F. If no germination in 6 weeks, repeat the cycle from the beginning.

                      100+ seeds

                      Eupatorium cannabinum
                        Code: EUR9-A7
                        SKU:
                        Price: $2.00
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                        Hemp Agrimony

                        A tall plant with rose-pink to white flowers in large rounded heads, it is native from Europe, this is a perennial that grows 5 feet or more tall, with cut foliage - somewhat like a hemp plant. A good plant for the back of the border or in a wild garden, it thrives in moist soil. Blooms summer, mix with silphium and the larger rudbeckia and other eupatorium.

                        200 seeds

                        Eupatorium maculatum (hort)
                          Code: N88L-A6
                          SKU: Lot - A3 - 300 seeds
                          Price: $2.95
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                          [Eutrochium maculatum] Spotted Joe-Pye Weed Asteraceae:

                          It is a herbaceous perennial that grow 5.5 to 7 feet tall with strong stems that support good sized clusters of rose-purple flowers in late summer. The species name maculatum, means spotted, and it was given this name because of the purple spots on the stem. Plants grow best in rich, moist soils in sun to part shade. Eupatorium maculatum forms a slowly expanding clump, so after a few years it can be a number of feet wide. Loved by butterflies and bees.

                          It is native to North America, from Missouri east to the Atlantic Ocean and as far north as Ontario and Quebec, south to Kentucky, where is is found growing in marshes, rich fens and swamps.

                          100+ seeds

                          Eupatorium purpureum
                            Code: 310E-A8
                            SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
                            Price: $2.35
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                            [Eutrochium purpureum] Purple Joe-pye-weed or Sweet-scented joepyeweed Asteraceae:

                            Plants grow 4 to 6 feet tall and have good sized heads of purplish-rose colored flowers that are attractive to butterflies. The lance-shaped leaves are whorled along the erect stems and large, dome shaped flower heads end the stems, blooming in late summer and fall. Grow in full sun in moisture retentive soils or part shade. Plants will bloom the second year. Clump forming species that can be dug with some work, and divided in spring. Plants can self-sow on open ground with moist soils. Large plants for the back of borders and used along edges of woods and ponds.

                            Zones 3-8


                            Native to eastern and central USA and Canada, were it is found in moist, fertile, humus-rich soils which do not dry out. Start seeds with 4 weeks at 67F, if no germination, move for 2-4 weeks to 26 to 39F, then move back to 67F. Surface sow seeds, light needed for best results.

                            100+ seeds

                            Hibiscus 'Carolina Mixed'
                              Code: HG43-A3
                              SKU: Lot A3 - 10 seeds
                              Price: $2.95
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                              A mix of pink and red colored shades, Giant 9 inch wide flowers. Plants grow 20 inches tall and blooming well the first year, after plants are established they will grow 24-38 inches tall.

                              10 seeds

                              Hibiscus lasiocarpus
                                Code: HGS2-A9
                                SKU:
                                Price: $2.00
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                                Hairy Rosa Mallow or Rose-Mallow or Swamp Mallow

                                Here is a tall, showy native wildflower with large, 6 inch wide flowers. The flowers are a rosy-pink color with wine-red colored centers. The large heart-shaped leaves are attractive too. Plants bloom in late summer and a few plants will have white flowers with wine-red centers. They grow best in moist, humus-rich soil in full sun to light shade, reaching a height from 3 to 6 feet. Hibiscus lasiocarpus is useful along banks of streams and moist areas or used in the perennial garden as a center point for a late season display. If the plants are cut back in late spring they will produce shorter plants with larger flowers. Native from central eastern, and south eastern USA and California (were it was named H. californicus )This species is a food source for the Automeris io moth.

                                Zones 4-9

                                50 seeds

                                Hibiscus militaris
                                  Code: 112H-A9
                                  SKU:
                                  Price: $2.50
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                                  [Hibiscus laevis] 'Rose Mallow' or 'Halberdleaf Rosemallow' or 'Mallow Rose' or 'Water Mallow' or 'Swamp Mallow' Malvaceae:

                                  Plants grow 4 to 7 feet tall with good sized, round flowers in white to pink with darker pink eye zones. Hibiscus militaris likes moisture retentive soils but best with good drainage. Attractive halberd shaped leaves, a type of sword with large points at the base. Will grow in full sun to open shade.

                                  Zones 3-10

                                  Native to the eastern half of the USA.

                                  50 seeds

                                  Hibiscus moscheutos
                                    Code: HMPM-A3
                                    SKU: Lot A3 - 30 seeds
                                    Price: $2.00
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                                    Rose Mallow or Swamp Rose-Mallow Plants grow 3 to 6 feet tall and have large pink or white flowers. Grow in full sun; soil should be on the moist side.

                                    Zones 5-9

                                    For best germination use 70 to 80F for 10-14 days, first soak seed in hot water for 48 hours before sowing.the water ever 10 hours with fresh hot water. Cover seeds lightly after sowing. Darkness will help germination. Blooms July - September. Will attract butterflies and songbirds all season.

                                    30 seeds

                                    Hosta 'Mixed Seeds'
                                      Code: HF9K-H9
                                      SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
                                      Price: $2.50
                                      Quantity in Basket: none


                                      (host-a)

                                      Made up of seed collected from many different plants, most will have green or yellow or blue-green leaves. Includes a balance of large leafed types and small to dwarf plants. Most all should be good landscape plants, with a good number with choice, thick leaves. Seeds are easy to germinate and plants are reasonably fast growing. A wide mix that includes many of the more modern types with wavy margins.

                                      Zones 3-9. Lightly cover seeds with seed mix and use 65-80 F, Germination in 10-20 days. The warmer the soil temp the faster the germination. Plants can be grown under 24 hour lights in the winter with very good results from a fall sowing. A very economical way to fill in a shady location with different and unique plants. Seeds are from a few hundred hybrid varieties, and leaf color and shape develops as the plants age, with seedlings nor showing there true potential until they are a few years old.

                                      Zones 4-9

                                      Lightly cover seeds, germination 7-25 days at F.65 - 75. If little germination move to 32-39F for 30 days, then back to 70F. Can be grown over winter under 24 hour lights with very good results. Hosta species are native from Japan, Korea and China.

                                      200 seeds

                                      Iris sibirica 'New Hybrids'
                                        Code: ISNH-A3
                                        SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                                        Price: $3.55
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                                        Siberian Iris Iridaceae:

                                        A good mix of colors from pure white to dark blue, including lilac and lavender this seed comes from some of the best of the modern varieties. A nice way to start a collection of this Iris which does very well in moist soils to normal garden soils. Blooms in June with good sized, showy flowers held above the foliage. The plants have attractive upright growing foliage that is thin and strap like. Grows 20 to 30 inches tall. Long lived, blooming the third year after germination. The seedlings have long grass-like leaves. For best growth grow in full sun and provide steady moisture, once established plants are drought tolerant. The plants form slowly spreading clumps that can be divided up every four or five years.

                                        Zones 4-9

                                        Iris sibirica seeds germinate best after being soaked in hot water for three days; change with fresh hot water every 24 hours during the soaking. Lightly cover seeds and keep moist at room temps for 3 weeks. Place in fridge for 8 weeks, then move to 65F. Germination starts in one week and can last for many months. Do not discard seed trays for two years.

                                        50 seeds

                                        Iris versicolor 'Kermesina'
                                          Code: IR04-A6
                                          SKU: Lot A5 - 7 seeds
                                          Price: $2.95
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                                          Attractive red/purpleish colored flowers produced in June. Use around Water or in the borderin full Sun, takes a wet soil or normal garden soil that is rich in decayed plant matter. Grows about 30 inches tall with narrow strap like leaves.

                                          Zones 2-9.

                                          7 seeds

                                          Lobelia cardinalis
                                            Code: LOCA-A9
                                            SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
                                            Price: $2.00
                                            Quantity in Basket: none


                                            Cardinal Flower (low-BEE-lee-a: kar-dih-NAL-iss) Campanulaceae:

                                            Lobelia cardinalis grows 3 to 4 feet tall and has bright scarlet red flowers. The flowers are produced in spikes in late summer. Loved by many for its bright color and late blooming. This plant does best in constantly moist soils in full sun to bright shade. They resent dry hot soils, but do not thrive in heavy wet soils for long. A magnet for hummingbirds, and butterflies. Flowering can start in late July and goes on to Mid October. In the garden give them water during dry periods in the summer. Will self sow if the soil is moist. Can be short lived but well worth the effort to start new plants every few years. The plants purchased from nurseries with dark stems are hybrids that are not as winter hardy. The seeds are small and the seedlings grow slowly, so care should be taken during watering. Planting out and transplanting should be done with concern not to damage the roots.

                                            Zones 3-9

                                            Native to most of North America, excluding the north western states of the USA. Surface sow the seeds, they are very fine. Keep between 65 and 75F. Cover the pots or trays with clear plastic or glass to keep the medium moist, keep in a sheltered location out of hot, direct sunlight but give light as light helps promote germination. Germination normally starts in 2 or 3 weeks. If no or little germination move to 30-39F for 4 weeks.

                                            300+ seeds

                                            Lobelia erinus pendula 'Rose Fountains'
                                              Code: LOG6-A
                                              SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
                                              Price: $2.00
                                              Quantity in Basket: none


                                              Very nice trailing plants for baskets with carmine red colored flowers that have softer eyes on long stems.

                                              Annuals.

                                              300 seeds

                                              Lobelia siphilitica 'Blue Selection'
                                                Code: LSBA-A9
                                                SKU:
                                                Price: $2.25
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                                                Great Blue Lobelia or Blue Cardinal Flower Campanulaceae:

                                                Bright blue flowers on 24 to 36 inch (30 in = 76.2 cm) tall stems. Plants will grow well on damp to wet soils or in normal garden soils that do not become overly dry. Attractive plants, blooming in late summer. Plants form low growing rossets of leaves that give rise to showy upright spikes of flowers that bloom over many weeks. In the north, grow plants in full sun to light shade, in the south - grow plants in part to half day shade.

                                                Zones 3-9

                                                Surface sow seeds, and use 65 to 75F (75F = 23.9C), after two or three weeks if no germination move to 30 to 39F (39F = 3.9C) for four weeks, then back for 65 to 75F (75F = 23.9C). Keep plants moist during the growing season for best flowering.

                                                300 seeds

                                                Lobelia siphilitica 'Mixed'
                                                  Code: 309L-A7
                                                  SKU: Lot A6 - 200 seeds
                                                  Price: $2.45
                                                  Quantity in Basket: none


                                                  A mix of blue and white colored flowers.

                                                  200 seeds

                                                  Panicum miliaceum 'Violaceum'
                                                    Code: PMV1-A9
                                                    SKU: Lot A9 - 50 seeds
                                                    Price: $1.00
                                                    Quantity in Basket: none


                                                    this grass has purple foliage and seed heads, best color in warm full sun.

                                                    Sow while the soil is still cool in late/ early spring winter,Best with 4 weeks at 23-38F then move to 60F for germination.

                                                    50 seeds

                                                    Panicum virgatum
                                                      Code: PANC-A7
                                                      SKU:
                                                      Price: $1.00
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                                                      An oornamental grass which was an important component of tall grass prairies.

                                                      Zones4-9

                                                      1,000 seeds

                                                      Primula veris 'Sunset Shades'
                                                        Code: 1PRM-A1
                                                        SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                                        Price: $2.95
                                                        Quantity in Basket: none


                                                        Cute little plants that have low growing lime-green colored foliage. The flowering stems reaching 8 to 10 inches tall, produced from the middle of low growing foliage. The flowers are in shades of yellow, orange-red, clay reds and bright reds.

                                                        Zones 5-9

                                                        Germination in less than two weeks at 70F. Surface sow the seeds, light needed for best results. If no germination in 4 weeks, move to refrigerator (30-39F) for 24 days. Keep growing the seedlings moist but not wet, steady moisture will produce the fastest growing plants.

                                                        50 seeds

                                                        Sedum acre 'Oktoberfest'
                                                          Code: DES1
                                                          SKU:
                                                          Price: $2.00
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                                                          A new color for this easily grown species, this selection has cream-white colored, star shaped flowers. Plants grow about 2 inches tall.

                                                          Zones 4-9

                                                          100 seeds

                                                          Silphium perfoliatum
                                                            Code: SI05-H9
                                                            SKU:
                                                            Price: $2.00
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                                                            Cup Plant or Prairie Dock or Rosin Wood

                                                            Erect clump forming plants that are hairless with leaves that rap around the thick-square stems to form little tubs were water collects and birds can get a drink. Finches feed on the nutritious seeds in late fall and winter. In midsummer and early fall Silphium perfoliatum produces large open branched corymbs like inflorescence with 50 to 100+, 2 to 3 in yellow daisy like flowers. Silphium perfoliatum grows from 6-10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Plants like a moister soil than other species but do very well in my drier sunny garden with some light watering during very dry periods. Long lived and appealing-plant in the prairie garden or the back of the border, or plant in the open woodland garden. Loved by butterflies and honey bees.

                                                            Zones 4-9

                                                            Native from all the states east of the Rocky Mountains except Texas and Florida. This species is becoming very rare in the wild and is on the threatened species list for the state of Michigan. Cover with moist seed mix and use 12 weeks at 30-39F, move to 65-75F for Germination, or sow and place outside in a sheltered location in the fall for Germination in the spring.

                                                            50 seeds

                                                            Solidago glomerata
                                                              Code: SOL6-A3
                                                              SKU:
                                                              Price: $2.00
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                                                              Clustered Goldenrod Asteraceae:

                                                              Solidago glomerata grows 20 to 40 inches tall from a thick woody rootstock. Yellow-gold blooms late summer and fall with fewer but much larger flower heads than other goldenrods, looking almost like a small yellow aster flower. The thick basal rosettes of leaves are distinctive and the foliage persists even when the plants are in bloom, some claim the leaves have a skunky scent.

                                                              Solidago glomerata is native to high elevation habitats in the mountains eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina.

                                                              50 clean seeds

                                                              Solidago ohioensis
                                                                Code: SOLD-A3
                                                                SKU:
                                                                Price: $2.50
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                                                                Ohio Goldenrod Asteraceae:

                                                                This species grows around 3 feet tall and has large showy plume-like heads of yellow flowers. It is one of the more attractive goldenrod species. The clumps can have ten or more upright stems. This species is sometimes confused with S. riddellii, which has folded and multinerved leaves. A worthy addition to a wild flower, wildlife garden, with moist but draining soils. Does well in normal garden soils and is attractive in the flower border too.

                                                                Zones 3-8

                                                                Native from the southwestern Great Lakes region and the flatlands to the southwest. It blooms in September and October. It is found in marshes, on wet sand dunes, and along rivers and streams.

                                                                300+ clean seeds

                                                                Solidago speciosa
                                                                  Code: SOSP-A8
                                                                  SKU:
                                                                  Price: $2.00
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                                                                  Showy Goldenrod

                                                                  Tall upright plants with showy heads of bright yellow flowers in late summer. Grows best in a sunny location with moderately dry well-draining soils. Grows 3 to 4.5 feet tall, blooming late summer and fall with bright yellow flowers in dense heads that end the stems, the flowers are produced in upright heads instead of the wide or downward produced heads of many other Goldenrods. Plants are slowly spreading by way of short underground rhizomes, so in a garden setting may need to be contained or extra plants dug a removed every few years. Nice cut flower.

                                                                  Zones (3)4-(8)9

                                                                  Native to central and eastern United States

                                                                  300 seeds

                                                                  Tradescantia ohiensis
                                                                    Code: TROH-A3
                                                                    SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
                                                                    Price: $2.95
                                                                    Quantity in Basket: none


                                                                    Tradescantia ohiensis is a clump-forming spiderwort species. It is a herbaceous perennial growing up to three feet tall. Plants have dark bluish-green colored, arching, grass-like leaves. Plants bloom in late spring and early summer with clusters of blue or sometimes rose colored, three-petaled flowers. Can self-seed in ideal growing conditions. An attractive plant to naturalize around forest edges, meadows and roadsides.

                                                                    Zones 3-9

                                                                    100 seeds