Bishop’s Flower is also known as False Queen Anne’s Lace or Laceflower. Plants grow to 30 inches tall and have finely divided leaves. It makes a terrific cut flower and is attractive to beneficial insects.
Full Sun, Partial Shade
Dry, Moderate, Moist
Golden Alexander is a perennial that is native to the eastern and Midwestern U.S. and can be found in moist woods, prairies and meadows. It resembles Queen Anne’s Lace but has yellow flowers....
This native perennial is a lovely member of the mint family. It occurs in mountainous areas of WA, OR and CA, and eastward to MT, WY and CO. It has highly scented, pink-lavender ...
This perennial aster is native to most of the United States and Canada and can be found in prairies, savannas, forest openings, woodland edges and roadsides. Plants are adaptable and easy to grow....
White Yarrow as finely divided, fern-like leaves and a pungent scent. Flowers are white and occur in flat-topped flower clusters. This species has rhizomes and can spread aggressively in home ...