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Amorpha fruticosa (Tall Indigo-bush) 7g$25.00
Asclepias perennis (Swampforest Milkweed) 3.5″$6.00
Boehmeria cylindrica (False Nettle or “Stingless Nettles” )$6.00
Carex flaccoperma (Blue Woodland Sedge) 3.5″$6.00
Native evergreen ground cover. Blue leaves. Interesting inflorescence. Sedges are larval hosts of several species of Skipper Butterflies. Part Shade to Full Shade. Average to Moist. Deer Resistant. Interplant with other plants, to protect them from deer. Propagation Source: Native Population: Beaufort Co., SC.
Cicuta maculata var. maculata (Water Hemlock)$6.00
Native evergreen perennial with handsome foliage and beautiful flowers. Best larval host for Black Swallowtail Butterflies. Pollinated by numerous species of native pollinating insects: Bees, wasps, flies and beetles. Birds are attracted to the seeds and insects that feed on it. Though toxic to humans, it has also been used medicinally. Though native to all but 6 of the lower 48 states: WA, NV, UT, NM, WY, MT. Rarely offered for sale. Propagation source: Native Populations: Beaufort Co., SC. Sun or Part Shade. Average to Wet. Deer Resistant. Salt-water tolerant.
Dyschoriste oblongifolia “Laurel Bay” (“Laurel Bay” Pineland Twinflower)$7.00
Endodeca serpentaria syn. Aristolochia serpentaria (Virginia snakeroot)$6.00
Passiflora incarnata (Maypop or Native Passionflower)$5.00
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
Wisteria frutescens (American Wisteria)$12.00
Well behaved native deciduous vine. Fragrant flowers attract native bees and butterflies. Larval host of 5 different butterflies. Main bloom April-May, Rebloom in summer. Average to wet soils. Sun or part-shade. Deer-resistant. NOT A CULTIVAR: Propagated from native populations in Beaufort, Colleton, and Dorchester Co., SC.