1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006
785.594.2966

Plant Type

American elm

Ulmus americana

‘Valley Forge’ This Dutch elm disease tolerant was selected after 20 years of research. Classic … Continued

baldcypress

Taxodium distichum

In its native swamp habitat, baldcypress raises conical “knees” from its roots to access oxygen. … Continued

bee balm

Monarda hybrids/Monarda fistulosa/Monarda punctata

Monarda punctata (bee balm, wild bergamot) has large pale lavender whorled flowers June through August. … Continued

birch

Betula

nigra ’Dura Heat’ (clump river birch) Vigorous, fast-growing, medium-sized, Missouri native deciduous tree which occurs … Continued

bishop’s weed

Aegopodium podagraria Variegatum'

Densely foliaged fast covering groundcover with silver edged leaves, this easy to grow plant sports … Continued

black locust

Robinia pseudoacacia

‘Purple Robe’ is tolerant of poor soil and drought, deer resistant, and fast growing tree … Continued

blanket flower

Gaillardia 'Goblin'

Gaillardia aristata ‘Oranges and Lemons’ (blanket flower) features daisy-like flowers of yellow and orange in … Continued

butterfly weed

Asclepias tuberosa

Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly weed) features showy orange (pure native) or yellow (selection ‘Hello Yellow’) flower … Continued

cardoon

Cynara cardunculus

Edible roots and stalks, but you won’t want to eat them because they are too … Continued

catalpa

Catalpa speciosa

Showy white flowers, giant heart-shaped leaves, bean-like seed pods. Grows 40–60’ high and 20–40’ wide … Continued