Native Selection

Aster 'Wood's Blue'

Aster 'Woods Light Blue' is a fall blooming aster showing small daisy like light blue blooms in late summer & into fall. This variety is low growing with flowers on short stalks. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance to mildew and rust. Asters are beautiful companion plants with grasses and are easy to grow. Would be beautiful in mass plantings for a cut garden, planted in pots or along a border and is a great addition to your pollinator garden as asters attract butterflies. Aster 'Woods Light Blue' is a full sun plant and grows up to 12-15 inches high, 15-20 inches wide and does well in zones 3-8.

Aster 'Wood's Pink'

A true low maintenance dwarf aster. Woods Pink Aster is able to reach up to at least 16 inches which makes it perfect alongside a front border or in a container. Because of its short stem, it will not need any staking to keep stems perfectly straight, and it will not require any deadheading to keep it lovely and beautiful with its blooms.

Aster dumosus 'Wood's Purple'

Famed for its resistance to disease, 'Wood's Purple' is a compact aster with bluish-purple flowers that sport cheerful yellow centers. Deep green foliage stays healthy and lush throughout the season on this hardy and long-lasting plant. Daisy-shaped blooms provide important late-season food for many pollinators, including migrating monarch butterflies

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'

This compact, densely branched perennial is perfect for today's gardener. Requiring little work or care, it resists disease and adapts to a wide range of growing conditions. 'Purple Dome' makes an excellent companion for spring and early summer flowering perennials. Its individual flowers feature royal purple rings of petals and bright yellow centers that are certain to catch the eye of pollinators in search of late season nectar.

Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies'

Sky Blue Blooms. Tolerates Poor Soils. Bushy Habit. Native. USDA 3-8

Gaura lindheimeri Rosy Jane

White flowers with a candy-pink picotee. Open, vase-shaped habit; tolerant of heat, humidity, and some drought once established. USDA 5-9

Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Goblin'

Prolific yellow-tipped red blooms. Compact. USDA 3-9

Gaura lindheimeri 'So White'

Pure white blooms. Compact. Tolerates poor soils. USDA 5-9

Gaura lindheimeri 'Whirling Butterflies'

White blooms on red stems. Tolerates poor soils. USDA 5-9

Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'

Rose pink blooms on rigid stems. Naturalizing. USDA 5-8 'Siskiyou Pink' prefers full sun and is happy in average to poor, well-drained soil. Wandflower is a tap-rooted perennial so it is very drought tolerant. The tap root makes these difficult to move once they are settled in, so site them carefully.

Eupatorium purpureum ssp. maculatum 'Gateway'

Pink blooms. Tolerates clay & wet soils. Native cultivar. Naturalizing. USDA 4-8

Amsonia x 'Blue Ice'

Native clump-forming slow speading groundcover. Blue spring flowers, feathery green summer foliage, and golden fall color. USDA 5-9

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

This monarch host plant blooms yellow in summer. Tolerates drought, poor soils, & deer; prefers medium to dry, well-drained, slightly acidic soils. USDA 3-9

(Eupatorium) Eutrochium dubium 'Baby Joe'

Large fragrant pink blooms. Upright bushy habit. USDA 3-9

Gaillardia grandiflora 'Arizona Red Shades'

Large, plentiful, early blooms of yellow-tipped red. USDA 3-10