white false indigo
A tall and lovely prairie native with long spikes of pure white flowers from May to Mid-June. Easy and long-lived, it is native from New York to Minnesota, Texas to Mississippi.
blue false indigo
Blue spikes of pea-shaped flowers resemble the tall racemes of lupines in May and early June. A slow to mature, but very rewarding native garden perennial. Found in open woods, river banks and sandy floodplains, New York to Nebraska to Georgia.
yellow wild indigo
A very sturdy, drought-resistant garden plant with striking spikes of pea flowers that range from butter yellow to gleaming gold.
false chamomile, false aster
Zillions of lacy white daisies top long stems of fine-textured silver blue foliage in late summer and early fall. An undemanding native plant that is surprisingly tolerant of drought and flood.
This drought-tolerant, warm season grass is often over-looked as a specimen; however, the unique flowers serve as a striking focal point in a small garden and mixes well in meadow plantings, as its stature compliments others well in the spring.