This little purple figwort is a favorite of bees and butterflies. It blooms May-June.
The upside-down-looking flowers are red and yellow with reddish spurs and bulbous glandular tips. Tap-rooted perennial flower with a simple stem and fern-like foliage. Its leaves are mainly basal and are divided into 3 leaflets.
River lupine is a rapidly growing sub shrub that produces beautiful two toned pea-like flowers that range from deep purple to creamy white. Flowers bloom from March to July. The stems are reddish- brown and become woody at times. Leaves are well spaced throughout the stem with 5-9 leaflets.
Herbaceous perennial with pink to magenta five-petaled flowers on tall open wands (late spring-mid-summer). Attracts butterflies. A primary nectar source for federally endangered Fender’s blue butterfly.
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Beautiful scent, 2-tiered flower with dusky rose petals in summer. Essential host for Monarch butterfly. For information on harvesting and preparing seeds for germination, please visit this Xerces Society webpage.
Prefers sandy well-drained soil. Bright green palmate leaves with small, strawberry-like, yellow flowers.
A low-growing perennial with heart-shaped leaves, dainty five-petaled yellow flowers, lower three petals with dark veins. Often found in forest understories near streams.
Low-growing plant forms mats of leaves, yellow to orange umbrella-like flowers persist through summer.
Perennial erect flower that grows up to 4′ tall and has narrow lance-shaped leaves that are 1-4″ long. Flowers May to August. The showy characteristic lily flowers are bright orange with red/ purple spots near the center. The flower hangs downward and the petals curl backwards toward the stem.