1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006
785.594.2966

goldenrod

Solidago rigidum/speciosa/rugosa

Solidago rugosa ‘Fireworks’ Lacy, radiating bloom spikes of sparkling golden-yellow from mid-September past mid-October. Plants … Continued

Indian grass

Sorghastrum nutans

Upright clumps of slender, blue-green leaves 1/2″ wide. Foliage turns orange-yellow in fall. Stems are … Continued

prairie dropseed grass

Sporobolus heterolepis

2′ narrow-leaved, fragrant native grass. Incredibly attractive in bloom and seed. NATIVE TO THE UPPER … Continued

‘Cotton Candy’ betony

Stachys officinalis ‘Cotton Candy’

Selected for continuous bloom, deep green foliage, and compact habit, ‘Pink Cotton Candy’ sports two-toned … Continued

‘Hummelo’ betony

Stachys monnieri 'Hummelo'

Perennial Plant Association 2019 Perennial Plant of the Year! Compact clumps of distinctive, heavily textured, … Continued

lamb’s ear

Stachys byzantina

Soft, thick, woolly silver foliage stays low to the ground. 12-15″ flower stalks emerge in … Continued

Princes’ plume

Stanleya pinnata

Spectacular, yellow plumes in mid-summer on this tall, showy perennial. Low, basal leaves are topped … Continued

celandine, wood poppy

Stylophorum diphyllum

This woodland wildflower occurs most often in moist woodlands and along streams and features 4-petaled, … Continued

New England & New York aster

Symphyotrichum {Aster} novi-belgii / novae-angliae

Symphyotrichum novae-angliae New England aster is native to most of the lower 48 states. Symphyotrichum … Continued