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New Moon Globeflower
Trollius x cultorum 'New Moon'

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Large, creamy-ellow, double round blooms from late spring to early summer, on strong, erect stems atop a compact mound of deeply dissected dark green foliage. Prefers full sun to light shade and a moist, well-drained soil. Don't allow soil to dry out.

Orange Princess Globeflower
Trollius x cultorum 'Orange Princess'

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Tangerine-orange, double, buttercup-like spring blooms on tall stems in late spring. Mounds of dark green, deeply divided palm-shaped foliage requires rich, moist soil. Don't allow to dry out. Divide from fall to early spring.

Superbus Globeflower
Trollius x cultorum 'Superbus'

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Prolific, double, yellow globe-shaped blooms from spring to summer on erect stems. Spreading clumps of bright green, palm-shaped toothed foliage requires rich, moist soil. Don't allow to dry out. Divide from late summer to early fall.

Common Cattail
Typha latifolia

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Native to all parts of Canada and mainland US. Large scale, moisture-loving, pond-side plant. Tall, wide and flat, sword-shaped, grey-green blades and large, green cylindrical seedheads in summer which mature to brown. Attracts wildlife.

Dwarf Cattail
Typha minima

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Smallest cattail/bulrush. Stiff, narrow, blue-green blades turns yellow in fall. Small, brown cylindrical seedheads in spring and late summer, mature to round seed spikes. Does well in shallow water/wet soils. Not native to North America. Attracts wildlife.

American Elm
Ulmus americana

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Majestic vase-shaped native tree with deeply veined, toothed dark green foliage turning golden-yellow in fall. Large landscape tree. Tolerates Black Walnut toxicity, pollution and drought once established. Prune ONLY October to March as needed.

Brandon Elm
Ulmus americana 'Brandon'

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Hardy, fast-growing, compact, vase-shaped Alberta cultivar. Dense branches with coarse, toothed foliage turning golden yellow in fall. Pollution, salt and drought tolerant once established in moist well-drained soil. Tolerates Black Walnut. Prune ONLY October to March as needed.

Patmore Elm
Ulmus americana 'Patmore'

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Most pyramidal, compact U. americana. Hardy, fast-growing, Manitoba elm. Large, coarse, toothed foliage turns golden yellow in fall. Very tolerant of pollution, salt and drought once established in a moist, well-drained soil. Tolerates Black Walnut. Prune ONLY October to March as needed.

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