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Go Native

“Native” can be a subjective concept; it all depends on your area. But however you define it, planting indigenous plants enhances your local ecosystems. From the prairie to the swamp, celebrate your amazing biodiversity!

 
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Adobe Orange Echinacea Sombrero
This hardy and bold-colored coneflower requires full sun and well-drained fertile soil. Sombrero is drought resistant. Dead-heading will prolong the flowering period, but leaving spent blooms in the fall entices birds and wildlife.

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Monarda Balmy Purple
Excellent early-flowering, compact monarda. Dwarf variety is deer and rabbit resistant, as well as mildew resistant. Plant in sunny location with well-drained soils. Fertilize monthly. Trim spent blooms after blooming is completed.

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Coreopsis Sun Up
Sun Up is naturally compact and produces semi-double, clear yellow flowers all summer long. 

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Gaura Sparkle White
Sparkle White gaura will bring a touch of airy elegance to the garden with its long slender stems sporting a large number of dainty white flowers tinged with a pink blush. This beauty is perfect mass planted in sun-drenched landscape beds, in groupings with other perennials or in larger containers.

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