- Aquilegia canadensis
1635. Aka 'Meeting Houses'. A native North American that is the parent to many modern hybrid Columbines. By 1635, Jesuit missionaries from Canada had introduced it to France. Red and yellow blooms seem to glow as they're held high above 2.5' stems in early summer.
- Aruncus dioicus
Goatsbeard; Certified Organic
A North American native, this spectacular plant grows to 7 ft. if given rich, moist soil, preferably in semi-shade. It possesses delicate foliage and feathery masses of creamy white flowers in late spring/early summer. The common name refers to the shape of the flower cluster. Z 2 - 9.
- Asclepias tuberosa
Butterfly Weed; Certified Organic
SORRY, SOLD OUT. 1690. An absolutely beautiful plant with clusters of bright orange-red, fragrant flowers in the fall. Native to North America, it grows to 3', and attracts Monarch butterflies. The first time it bloomed in my garden, I was awestruck by the incredible colour. Sun. Z 4-10.
- Pkt - 40 seeds: 3.00
- Trade Pack - 120 seeds: 6.00
- Callirhoe involucrata
(Aka Wine-Cups) A North-American native, this deep-magenta coloured charmer blooms from June until frost, nonstop! The flowers are large (2" across), open blossoms that bloom along trailing stems that will wind through your garden. Drought-tolerant. Grows to 12", will spread to 3',Z 4 - 8, sun.
- Campanula rotundifolia
1600. Aka Witch's Thimble. A dainty, 12" high cluster of blue bells nodding above rounded leaves for most of the summer. In fact they are always one of the last flowers blooming in my garden. Very hardy, they were one of the flowers brought over by Scottish settlers from the Highlands. Sun/pt. shade. Best massed. Z 3 - 10.
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- Campsis radicans
This beautiful Ontario wildflower has been listed as an endangered species in Canada. It's "trumpets" are its crowning glory-huge, crimson-orange trumpets glow against the dark foliage from June - Sept. Growing to 15 m., this woody vine is very strong and needs stiff support or substantial pruning. Can also be grown as a ground cover. This is the favourite nectar source for Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds. Drought-tolerant.
- Pkt - 30 seeds: 3.00
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- Chelone obliqua
Aka 'Snakehead'. This North-American native grows to 2' high with lance-shaped leaves and interesting flowers that resemble a turtle's head. It blooms from late summer to fall. Although it prefers moist, sandy loam it will grow anywhere. Sun/pt shade.Hardy to at least Z6, would try it at Z5.
- Coneflower, Narrow-Leaved
Echinacea angustifolia; Certified Organic
A native North American plant, this coneflower was used widely by the Plains First Nations people for medicinal purposes. Often considered the most potent of the coneflowers for medicinal purposes, it is also a lovely garden plant, with large, purple coneflower blossoms in late summer to fall. Sun; Z 2 - 9.
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