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Phlox pilosa (Downy Phlox)$6.00
Prunella vulgaris var. lanceolata (American Self-heal or American Heal-all) 3.5″$6.00
Pycnanthemum pycnanthemoides (Southern Mountain-mint)$5.00
Ranunculus carolinianus (Carolina Buttercup) 3.5″$4.00
Rosa palustris (Swamp Rose) 3g$20.00
Ruellia caroliniensis (Common Wild-petunia) 3.5″$4.00
- Native Perennial
- Blooms Spring -Fall
- Flowers open Dawn-Early Afternoon (All day when Cloudy)
- Good nectar producer. Pollinated by Butterflies and Bees
- Larval host of White Peacock Butterfly, Common Buckeye, Cuban Crescentspot, Fatima, and Malachite Butterflies.
- Great for the “brown thumb”. Thrives in most conditions.
- 1'-2' tall
- Economical. Spreads by seeds to rapidly colonize gardens.
- Cut stems back after blooming to promote heavier blooming and to reduce spread by seed.
- Forms tight clumps over time. Does not spread by stolons like the invasive Ruellia brittoniana (Mexican Petunia)
- Sun or shade
- Sand or clay
- Wet or dry soil
- Thrives in High Calcium soils where acid-loving plants die.
- Propagated from several native populations around nursery in Beaufort Co., SC
Scutelaria integrifolia (Blue-flowered Common Skullcap) 3.5″$4.00
Sisyrinchium sp. (Blue-eyed-grass)$6.00
Teucrium canadense (Wood Sage or American Germander) 3.5″$4.00
Thelypteris palustris (Marsh Fern)$4.00