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staghorn sumac

Rhus typhina

Grows in any well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of urban conditions. … Continued

royal catchfly

Silene regia

Hummingbirds and swallowtail butterfliess are attracted to this bright red flowering native. Sticky glands cover … Continued

giant coneflower

Rudbeckia maxima

This incredible wildflower grows 5-7′ tall with glaucous leaves to 10″. Flowers have 4-6″ cones … Continued

curly willow

Salix matsudana ‘Torulosa’

Grow in any soil soils in full sun or shade. Prefers full sun. Prune as … Continued

‘York’ elderberry

Sambucus nigra L. ssp. canadensis

‘York’ offers the largest berries of any cultivated variety. Great source of vitamin C. Gruit makes … Continued

Sassafras

Sassafras albidum

Trees have three distinctly different 3-5” long leaves: three-lobed, mitten-shaped, and simple, that turn red, … Continued

wild senna

Senna hebecarpa

Round, pea-like foliage on 4-6′ tall plants with dark yellow, pea-like blooms in summer. We … Continued

compass plant

Silphium laciniatum

A native perennial which occurs in prairies throughout most of the Midwest.Tall, sturdy plant that … Continued

spicebush

Lindera benzoin

Large, multi-stemmed shrubs have aromatic twigs and foliage. Spicebush is an important native plant for … Continued

old-fashioned spirea

Spiraea × vanhouttei

Old-fashioned spirea is often found in established landscapes around older homes. This handsome arching, loose … Continued

magic berry snowberry

Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii 'Magic Berry'

Light pink blooms in summer followed by large, pink fruit on arching stems with dark … Continued

linden

Tilia cordata

‘Greenspire’ A transplant from Europe, where it has been put to use as a shade … Continued