This columbine is native from Nova Scotia to Florida and westward to Minnesota and Tennessee. It will generally be found in clearings, wood borders, riverbanks and thickets. The drooping, red and yellow flowers are delicate and endearing.
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Buffalo Grass is a warm-season grass and predominant component of the shortgrass prairies of the Great Plains. Once established, it is extremely drought tolerant and tough. It can be used as a ...
Sideoats Grama is a warm-season bunchgrass that is native throughout much of North America. The ornamental and distinctive seed spikes hang from only one side of the stalk, and these make good ...
Showy Milkweed is native to most of the central and western United States. It can be found along ditches and roads as well as in moist sites of meadows and fields. Plants grow to 40 inches tall and...
Columbine ‘McKana Giants Mix’ was an All America Selections winner in 1955. It is a hybrid with large flowers and long spurs. Flower colors include blue, pink, red, violet, white and ...