• American Elderberry (<em>Sambucus canadensis</em>)Quick View
    • American Elderberry (<em>Sambucus canadensis</em>)Quick View
    • American Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis)

    • $20.00
    • American Elderberries form thick shrubs that tolerate various soil types and grow quite tall. The small white flowers that grow in thick clusters and followed by edible berries that some prize for their medicinal properties. The berries must be cooked before consumption but are easy to make into a syrup that often relied on for reported immune boosting properties. Elderberries…
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  • Butterfly Weed (<em>Asclepias tuberosa</em>)Quick View
    • Butterfly Weed (<em>Asclepias tuberosa</em>)Quick View
    • Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

    • $4.00
    • Butterfly weed has striking bright orange blooms unique from the other Milkweed species. The blooms attract a variety of pollinators and are a favorite in many types of gardens. It is one of many native milkweed species that monarch butterfly larvae use as a source of food. The milkweed contains a toxic compound makes the butterfly unpalatable to predators  throughout…
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  • Nodding Wild Onion (<em>Allium cernuum</em>)Quick View
    • Nodding Wild Onion (<em>Allium cernuum</em>)Quick View
    • Nodding Wild Onion (Allium cernuum)

    • $4.00
    • Nodding Onion has unusual striking flowers that exhibit a “nodding” behavior and bend downward in the rain to protect nectar. The bulbs have a history of use treating various ailments. The plant can also be prepared and eaten similar to a traditional green onion, though it has a stronger flavor than its supermarket cousins. Plants are currently sold in 3"…
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  • Purple Coneflower (<em>Echinacea purpurea</em>)Quick View
    • Purple Coneflower (<em>Echinacea purpurea</em>)Quick View
    • Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

    • $4.00
    • This classic coneflower is a pollinator favorite and a host plant for the lovely Ottoe Skipper. This amazing giving plant has a rich history in herbal medicine and is still widely used in pharmaceutical preparations today. Plants are currently provided 2" recycled plastic pots donated to our nursery by community members.
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