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Butterfly Weed

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Butterfly Weed

Vibrant flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden and are striking when planted with achillea or artemisia. This native plant adapts well to poor, dry soil and is ideal in meadow gardens or natural areas. Good as a cut flower; dry seedpods for crafts.

Chinese Lantern

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Chinese Lantern

Vibrant, papery seedpods create a lovely late-season display and are commonly used in everlasting arrangements. A vigorous perennial that is ideal for naturalizing open areas, especially in moist soils. Can be invasive. To control spread, plant in containers sunk in the ground.

Daylily

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Daylily

Stunning flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden and are lovely in bouquets. Ideal for nearly any landscape situation: mixed shrub or perennial plantings, mass displays or naturalizing at woodland's edge. Long-lived and easy to grow.

Cape Honeysuckle

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Cape Honeysuckle

Cape honeysuckle is one of the most reliable perennials for the southern garden. This vining plant has clusters of brilliant, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds. May be grown as a vine or shrub. Incredibly sturdy and adaptable to a wide range of soil types and moisture conditions.

Blanket Flower

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Blanket Flower

These dazzling flowers will add vibrant color to perennial or butterfly gardens or summer bouquets. Beautiful planted with coreopsis or yarrow. Trim attractive seed heads periodically to make room for new flowers. Tolerates hot, dry conditions.

Asiatic Lily

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Asiatic Lily

Asiatic lilies are exceptional perennials. The bright flowers make a stunning display in the garden or bouquet. Excellent for hummingbird gardens or planted among other perennials or ground covers for a splash of color. They are easy to grow, hardy and long-lived. Plant in the garden after danger of frost has passed. Remove pollen from cut flowers to prevent staining.

Coneflower

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Coneflower

Rich gold flowers, the color of a harvest moon, surround a golden orange cone. Abundant flower stems produce blooms with a delightful rose-like fragrance. Will tolerate periods of drought. Attracts butterflies.

African Daisy

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African Daisy

Profuse, bright flowers carpet the garden. Excellent for ground cover, rock gardens, containers or erosion control on slopes. Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and extend the lifespan of the plant. Drought tolerant. Prefers a sheltered site with light, well-drained soil.

Asiatic Lily

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Asiatic Lily

Asiatic lilies are exceptional perennials. The bright flowers make a stunning display in the garden or bouquet. Excellent for hummingbird gardens or planted among other perennials or ground covers for a splash of color. They are easy to grow, hardy and long-lived. Plant in the garden after danger of frost has passed. Remove pollen from cut flowers to prevent staining.

Blanket Flower

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Blanket Flower

Adds dazzling color to perennial or butterfly gardens. Upright variety is ideal in the middle of the perennial border. Beautiful planted with coreopsis, yarrow or perennial salvia. Trim attractive seed heads periodically to make room for new flowers.

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