The Monarch Butterfly is probably one of the most recognizable butterflies in North America. It is in trouble! Monarch populations have been declining for a number of years. The loss of food (nectar) plants and milkweeds has been indicated as a major contributor to these declines. By growing nectar sources and milkweeds, which are host plants for […]
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Rocky Mountain Penstemon is a perennial that is native to the Rocky Mountain region and can be found in pinyon-pine, sagebrush and aspen-conifer communities up to 9,500 feet in elevation. It blooms from early to mid-summer, producing numerous purple flowers on tall stalks. Prefers well-draining soils and full sun or very light shade. Excellent for pollinator mixes, bed & borders, and the rock garden. Flowers attract honey bees and wild bees. Very drought-tolerant.
This Mediterranean annual produces spires of pink, blue, lavender, rose and white flowers. It can be grown in full sun or partly shaded areas and tends to be a good re-seeder. Rocket Larkspur is a great cut flower and can be used in the wildlife garden to attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
Rocky Mountain Beeplant is native from the Great Plains to California and eastern Washington. Colors range in shades of pink, lavender, and white and is an excellent nectar plant for honey bees, wild bees and other pollinators. Seed has very high dormancy – plant in late fall or provide cold stratification. Suitable for reclamation, conservation plantings, and the pollinator garden. Also good for xeriscaping.
Purple Rockcress is a mat-forming perennial that grows to just 6 inches tall and produces masses of pink to purple (violet) flowers in spring. It is native to Europe and Asia Minor and is typically found in rocky, mountain sites. Makes a pleasant addition to rock gardens or border edges.
This mat-forming perennial grows 4 to 10 inches tall and has white, 4-petaled flowers. It is native to the mountains of Europe. Rockcress is a spring bloomer that makes an excellent ground cover, and it works well in border edges and rock gardens. It prefers dry, lean soils.
We have added some colorful, favorite garden flowers to our offerings this year. Lobelia ‘Crystal Palace’ (Lobelia erinus) is an old-fashioned annual favorite that can be used for rock gardens, beds, border edges and containers. The compact plants have deep blue flowers that bloom all summer long and can be planted in full sun or […]
This Plant Select variety was introduced in 1998. It is a perennial Gazania that is cold hardy and does well under average garden conditions. It has bright yellow flowers that bloom all season long. Useful for border edges, mass plantings, the xeriscape garden and the rock garden. Deadhead to prevent reseeding, if desired.
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Soapwort is a spreading perennial is native to Europe and grows 6-14 inches tall. It blooms in late spring, producing many small, pink flowers that cover the bushy mounds. It can be used as a ground cover, and it is ideal for the front of the border or rock gardens. Full sun to partial shade.
Nodding Catchfly is a slender annual comes from the southern Mediterranean region, southern Turkey and southern Russia. The pink flowers have 5 notched petals and occur on nodding stems. Delightful at the front of borders or in the rock garden. Full sun to partial shade.