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Pasture Sage
Artemisia frigida

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Low-growing native shrub forms a mat or clump. The fine, silvery-green foliage is highly aromatic and supports small ball-like yellow blooms from mid-summer to early fall. Highly tolerant of heat and drought once established. Requires well-drained soil.

Silver Mound Artemisia
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana'

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Fragrant, low mounds of fine, silky soft, silver-grey foliage. Best form with hard cutting after small, silver ball-like flowers appear. Non-spreading plant for contrast, borders, perennial beds and containers. Prefers hot sites and dry soils once established.

Silver Brocade Artemisia
Artemisia stelleriana 'Boughton Silver'

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Low mat of silver-white lobed foliage - great for highlighting other plants. Cutback in summer when plants start upright growth, to keep mat-like growth habit. Drought tolerant once established. Great groundcover or for edges, containers and hanging baskets.

Big Sagebrush Artemisia
Artemisia tridentata

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Western North American native sage. Erect branches of aromatic, silky, finely-textured silver-green foliage and small yellow blooms in spring. An important winter-spring forage plant for wildlife. Very drought tolerant once established. Naturalization plant.

European Wild Ginger
Asarum europaeum

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Beautiful groundcover with showy, glossy, kidney-shaped leaves. Performs well in shady sites, in a moist, humus rich soil. Excellent for small shrub beds and borders. Can be divided in spring.

Cinderella Milkweed
Asclepias inc. 'Cinderella'

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Clusters of dark pink buds open to pale pink, sweetly scented blooms from mid-summer to early fall. Attracts bees and Monarchs. Excellent cut/dried flower. Best in moist/wet sites or areas that occasionally flood, but very tolerant of dry sites.

Butterfly Weed
Asclepias tuberosa

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Showy clusters of yellow-orange to bright orange blooms essential to monarch butterflies populations. Typically forms clumps of bright green foliage. Tolerates drought and shallow soils. Used for naturalization, erosion control and to attract pollinators.

Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed
Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

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Flat-topped clusters of bright-yellow blooms from spring through summer are essential to monarch butterflies and attract other pollinators. Cut flowers or dry seed heads for arrangements. Stems are not milky-sapped. Tolerates drought and shallow soils.

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