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Millenium Nodding Onion
Allium 'Millenium'

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Round, bright purple, bloom clusters appear in late-summer on strong stems above compact, upright clumps of dark green, glossy foliage. Attracts bees and butterflies. Prefers sandy, moist soil, but is adaptable and drought tolerant once established.

Nodding Onion
Allium cernuum

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Summer-blooming, soft pink flower clusters on a tall stalk that bends in a sharp crook towards the ground. Soft grass-like foliage surrounds the base of the plant. Tolerates Black Walnut and rocky, shallow or dry soil once established.

Summer Beauty Allium
Allium tanguticum 'Summer Beauty'

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Large (5cm) globes of bright pink, sterile blossoms in mid-summer. Blooms later than most ornamental onions, atop long-lived, lush, neat clumps of flat, bright green foliage. Slow spreader. Drought tolerant once established.

Mountain Alder
Alnus incana tenuifolia

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Large shrub with thick oval leaves suitable for wet sites. Bark is thin, smooth and grey-green.

Green Alder
Alnus viridis crispa

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Native to cooler North American climates. Coarse, finely toothed, oval green foliage and inconspicuous yellow-green to brown blooms in spring followed by red catkins. Tolerates dry and rocky soils; thrives in wet soils. Nitrogen-fixing reclamation plant.

Gold Meadow Foxtail Grass
Alopecurus pratensis 'Aureus'

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Chartreuse-yellow or green and yellow-striped spiky foliage. Slow spreading, cool-season grass which needs moist, fertile soil. Cylindrical yellow-green inflorescence in early summer. Use for contrast, erosion control, mass planting and rock gardens.

Martin Saskatoon
Amelanchier a. 'Martin'

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Very productive - with some of the bigger berries. Masses of large bloom clusters in early spring mature to clusters of large fruit. Ripens more consistently than native plant in early to mid-summer. Best yields in full sun and sandy-loamy, well-drained soil.

Northline Saskatoon
Amelanchier a. 'Northline'

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Upright. White spring blooms, plentiful, large, sweet late-season fruit and orange fall foliage. Self-fertile. Maximum yields in full sun and sandy to loamy, moist, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established. Excellent for commercial production.

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