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Native Plant Seeds for Sale

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Planted and maintained almost entirely by volunteers, our Native Prairie Plant garden incorporates over fifty native species. Always open, the garden provides a window into the region's antural environment.


38 species as of 2015
Achnatherum hymenoides, Indian ricegrass
Allium cernuum, nodding onion
Anemone multifida, cut-leaved anemone
Antennaria parvifolia, pussytoes
Astragalus crassicarpus, ground plum (new 2014)
Bouteloua gracilis, blue grama
Campanula rotundifolia, harebell
Clematis ligusticifolia, western clematis
Coryphantha vivipara, ball cactus, pincushion cactus
Dalea candida, white prairie clover
Dalea purpurea, purple prairie clover
Erigeron caespitosus, tufted fleabane
Erigeron compositus, compound fleabane
Festuca scabrella, rough fescue
Gaillardia aristata, blanketflower
Geum triflorum, prairie smoke
Hedysarum boreale, northern hedysarum
Hierochloe odorata, sweetgrass
Hymenoxys richardsonii, Colorado rubber-plant
Koeleria macrantha, Junegrass
Liatris punctata, dotted blazing star
Linum lewisii, blue flax
Monarda fistulosa, wild bergamot
Nassella viridula, green needle grass
Oenothera caespitosa, butte primrose
Opuntia polyacantha, plains prickly pear
Oxytropis sericea, early yellow locoweed
Oxytropis viscida, sticky locoweed
Penstemon nitidus, blue beardtongue
Pulsatilla patens, prairie crocus
Ratibida columnifera, prairie coneflower
Ratibida columnifera, prairie coneflower burgundy
Sisyrinchium montanum, blue-eyed grass
Solidago missouriensis, goldenrod
Sphaeralcea coccinea, scarlet mallow
Symphyotrichum laeve, smooth blue aster
Tetraneuris acaulis, butte marigold
Thermopsis rhombifolia, golden bean, buffalo bean


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