2019 Plant Sale


Our 13th Annual Native Plant Sale offers 6 collections and a variety of individual favorites in 3 convenient sizes available for pre-order. All plants available for pre-order are grown by a local Minnesota native plant nursery without the use of neonics.

COLLECTIONS (A-F)

• Each flat contains 8 species in 6-packs, 48 plants total ($60 per flat)
• Collections are designed with native wildflower and grass species suitable for specific sun and soil moisture conditions...
• AND for particular wildlife habitat benefits:

A — Butterfly Host Boulevard  (dry, short, full-part sun, Apr-Oct)

B — Bird-Bee-Butterfly Prairie  (dry-med, mixed height, full sun, Apr-Oct)
C — Pollinator Buffet Boulevard  (med-wet, short height, sun/part shade, Jun-Oct)
D — Summer Color Habitat Garden  (med-wet, med height, full-part sun, May-Oct)
E — Woodland Edge Boulevard  (dry-med, short, part-full shade, Apr-Sep)
F — Woodland Pollinator Garden  (med-wet, mixed height, part-full shade, Apr-Sep)

Please note that species in collections may be substituted if there is a crop failure. We have selected appropriate alternative native species that fit the purpose and garden conditions for each collection.  All flat and plant reservations will be accepted in the order they are received.


INDIVIDUAL FAVORITES

• Individual plants come in three sizes: 3.5", #1 & #2 pots
• Add additional native species to collections above or to existing gardens for added beauty and value to birds, bees, butterflies & more!

28 native wildflowers and grasses in 3.5" pots ($5),

8 special additions for sun and shade in #1 pots ($15)
4 native shrubs to attract birds and butterflies in #2 pots ($20 each)
2 native small trees with high wildlife value in #2 pots ($25 each)

Click on the botanical name of each species to see a full plant profile on Minnesotawildflowers.info.

Order deadline: Tuesday, May 21st, 2019


Bring order & payment to a
Wild Ones Twin Cities meeting on
March 19th,  April 16th or May 21st
6:30-8:30 pm at Wood Lake Nature Center,
6710 Lake Shore Dr S, Richfield, MN 55423

Or MAIL to:

WOTC Native Plant Sale
c/o Holley Wlodarczyk
9641 Garfield Ave S #20408 Bloomington, MN 55420

Make checks payable to:  Wild Ones Twin Cities


Payment in the form of check or cash must be included with order.

DOWNLOAD a 2019 Native Plant Sale Order form HERE
or pick one up at a Wild Ones Twin Cities meeting (see below for dates)

We suggest you make a note of everything you have ordered for a reference as you design your garden.  Please use the ORDER FORM when placing your order. Thank you for your support!

Pick-up: Saturday, June 1st, 2019

Noon to 3 pm
4009 Minnehaha Ave S
Minneapolis, MN
(next to Visual Expressions)

...AND MORE PLANTS!


Additional native plants donated by WOTC members will be available for sale on Pick-up day.


Keep this in mind as you divide your native plants this spring, and donate extras to help support your local Wild Ones Chapter!  If you would like to donate plants, please label each pot with both the common and botanical names, and bring to the pick-up location above on Saturday, June 1st between 10 am and noon.

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WOTC Garden Signs 
available for species marked with *

Individual Signs @ $3 each  | Groups of 25 get 2 free ($6 value)
Check our website for a complete list of plant signs available.
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THEMED GARDEN COLLECTIONS

($60 per flat:  8 species—6 plants each)


A — Butterfly Host Plant Boulevard 
(dry, short, full-part sun, Apr-Oct)

Pearly Everlasting — Anaphalis margaritacea*
(1-3’ | dry | sun/part shade | white | Jul-Oct)
HOST plant for American Lady, Painted Lady butterflies & Skippers
Butterflyweed — Asclepias tuberosa*
(1-2’ | dry | full sun | orange | Jun-Sep)
HOST plant for Monarch butterfly, attracts 12 larval insects, native bees, butterflies, wasps & hummingbirds
Side Oats Gramma — Bouteloria curtipedula*
(1-3’ | dry | full sun)
HOST plant for Skippers, attracts birds & butterflies, provides bird food, nesting material & cover, grass w/attractive seed formation & fall color
Purple Prairie Clover — Dalea purpurea*
(1-2’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | purple | Jun-Aug)
HOST plant for Clouded Sulfur, Eastern Tailed Blue & Southern Dogface butterflies, Bumble Bee forage
White Upland Aster — Solidago ptarmicoides
(1-2’ | dry | sun/part sun | white | Jul-Sep)
HOST plant for Baltimore Checkerspot butterfly, attracts native bees & pollinators
Smooth Blue Aster — Symphyotrichum laeve*
(1-3’ | med-dry | full sun | lavender | Aug-Oct)
HOST plant for Pearl Crescent butterfly, attracts native bees & pollinators
Prairie Violet — Viola pedatifida
(3-6” | dry | sun/part shade | blue-violet | Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for Great Spangled & Idalia Fritillary butterflies
Heart-leaved Alexanders — Zizia aptera*
(1-3’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | yellow | Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for Black Swallowtail butterfly, Bumble Bee forage



B — Bird-Bee-Butterfly Buffet 
(dry-med, mixed height, full sun, Apr-Oct)

Narrow-leaved Purple Coneflower — Echinacea angustifolia
(1-2’ | dry | full sun | pink | Jun-Oct)
ONLY Echinacea truly native to MN, attracts birds, butterflies & native bees
Prairie Smoke — Geum triflorum*
(6-16” | dry | full sun | pink | Apr-Jun)
Bumble Bee forage, good fall color
Hairy False Goldenaster — Heterotheca villosa*
(8-20” | dry | full sun | yellow | Jun-Oct)
Attracts native bees, butterflies & pollinators
Rough Blazingstar — Liatris aspera*
(2-4’ | med-dry | full sun | pink | Aug-Sep)
Attracts 4 larval insects, native bees, butterflies & pollinators
Wild Bergamot — Monarda fistulosa*
(2-3.5’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | lavender | Jul-Sep)
Attracts 7 larval insects, bees, butterflies, wasps & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage
Little Bluestem — Schizachyrium scoparium*
(1-3’ | wet-dry | sun/part shade)
HOST plant for Skippers, attracts 6 larval insects, butterflies & birds; provides nesting materials/structure for native bees, winter interest
Showy Goldenrod — Solidago speciosa*
(1-5’ | med-dry | full sun | yellow | Jul-Oct)
HOST plant for Baltimore Checkerspot butterfly, attracts 112 larval insects, native bees, butterflies & pollinators, adult food source
Aromatic Aster — Symphyotrichum oblongifolium*
(1-2’ | dry | sun/part sun | purple | Sep-Oct)
Host plant for Pearl Crescent butterfly, attracts pollinators, aromatic foliage



C — Pollinator Buffet Boulevard 
(med-wet, short height, sun/part shade, Jun-Oct)

Sprengel's Sedge — Carex sprengelii 
(1-3’ | med-wet | part sun/shade)
Attracts pollinators
Northern Bedstraw — Galium boreale*
(1-3’ | dry-wet | full sun | white | Jul-Aug)
Attracts 18 larval insects, native bees & butterflies
Great Blue Lobelia — Lobelia siphilitica*
(1-3’ | wet-med | sun/part sun | blue | Jul-Oct)
Attracts 4 larval insects, native bees & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage
Prairie Phlox — Phlox pilosa*
(.5-2’ | dry-wet | sun/part shade | pink | May-Jun)
Attracts native bees, butterflies & hummingbirds 
Virginia Mountain Mint — Pycnanthemum virginianum*
(1-3’ | medium | sun/part shade | white-lavender | Jul-Sep)
Attracts native bees, butterflies & wasps, aromatic foliage
Black Eyed Susan — Rudbeckia hirta*
(1-3’ | dry-wet | sun/part sun | yellow | Jul-Sep)
HOST plant for Silvery Checkerspot; Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees & wasps, reseeds
Lindley’s Aster — Symphyotrichum ciliolatum
(1-3’ | medium | sun/part shade | blue | Aug-Oct)
HOST plant for Pearl Crescent butterfly, supports native bees
Golden Alexander — Zizia aurea*
(1-3’ | dry-wet | sun/part shade | yellow | May-Jun)
HOST plant for Black Swallowtail butterfly, Bumble Bee forage; attracts native bees, butterflies & wasps



D — Summer Color Habitat Garden 
(med-wet, med height, full-part sun, May-Oct)

Swamp Milkweed — Asclepias incarnata*
(3-5’ | med-wet | full sun | pink | Jul-Aug)
HOST plant for Monarch butterfly, attracts 12 larval insects, bees, butterflies, wasps & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage
Boneset — Eupatorium perfoliatum*
(2-5’ | med-wet | full sun | white | Aug-Sep)
Attracts native bees, butterflies, pollinators & beneficial predatory wasps
Sneezeweed — Helenium autumnale*
(2-5’ | wet to wet-med | sun/part sun | yellow | Aug-Oct)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts bees & butterflies
Meadow Blazingstar — Liatris ligulistylis*
(2-5’ | wet-med | full sun | purple | Aug-Sep)
Attracts 4 larval insects, native bees, butterflies, wasps & hummingbirds, a Monarch magnate nectar plant
Cardinal Flower — Lobelia cardinalis*
(2-5’ | med-wet | part sun/shade | red | Jul-Sep)
Attracts birds, butterflies & hummingbirds, nectar source
Indian Grass — Sorphastrum nutans*
(3-6’ | dry-wet | sun/part shade)
Attracts 9 larval insects, pollinators & wildlife, good fall color
Blue Vervain — Verbena hastata*
(2-5’ | medium-wet | full sun | blue | Jul-Sep)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees & butterflies
Culver’s Root — Veronicastrum virginicum*
(3-5’ | med-wet | sun/part sun | white | Jun-Aug)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees, butterflies & wasps



E — Woodland Edge Pollinator Boulevard 
(dry-med, short, part-full shade, Apr-Sep)

Wild Columbine — Aquilegia canadensis*
(1-3’ | medium | sun/shade | red/yellow | Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for Spring Azure, attracts 12 larval insects, native bees, butterflies & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage
Dewey's Sedge — Carex deweyana 
(6-36” | dry-wet | part shade/shade)
Provides wildlife food & cover
Wild Geranium — Geranium maculatum*
(1-3’ | med-dry | part shade/shade | lavender | May-Jun)
Attracts 23 larval insects, Bumble Bee forage
Alumroot — Heuchera richardsonii*
(1-2’ | wet-med to dry | sun/part shade | yellow-lime | May-Jul)
Attracts native bees
Wild Blue Phlox — Phlox divaricata*
(10-18” | medium | part shade/shade | blue-violet | Apr-Jun)
Attracts butterflies, including Swallowtails & Gray Hairstreaks
Smooth Solomon's Seal — Polygonatum biflorum*
(1-3’ | med-dry | part shade/shade | yellowish-green | May-Jul)
Bumble Bee forage
Zigzag Goldenrod — Solidago flexicaulis*
(1-3’ | med-dry | part sun/shade | yellow | Aug-Sep)
HOST plant for Baltimore Checkerspot butterfly, attracts 112 larval insects, Bumble Bee forage
Downy Yellow Violet — Viola pubescens
(4-18” | dry | part shade/shade | yellow | Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for Great Spangled & Idalia Fritillary butterflies



F — Woodland Pollinator Garden 
(med-wet, mixed height, part-full shade, Apr-Sep)

Jack-in-the-Pulpit — Arisaema triphyllum*
(1-3’ | med-wet | part shade/shade | green-purple | Apr-Jun)
Attracts birds
Eastern Star Sedge — Carex radiata
(8-30” | med-wet | part shade/shade)
Provides wildlife food & cover
Large Leaved Aster — Eurybia macrophylla*
(1-4’ | med-wet | part sun/shade | white-pink | Jul-Sep)
HOST plant for Pearl Crescent, attracts butterflies & 105 larval insects, Bumble Bee forage
Two-leaf Miterwort — Mitella diphylla
(10-18” | med-wet | part shade/shade | whitish green | Apr-May)
Attracts native bees and pollinators
Jacob’s Ladder — Polemonium reptans*
(1-2’ | med-wet | part sun/shade | blue-violet | May-Jun)
Bumble Bee forage
Cut-leaf Coneflower — Rudbeckia laciniata*
(2-6’ | med-wet | part sun/shade | yellow | Jul-Sep)
Attracts pollinators & birds
Early Meadow Rue — Thalictrum dioicum 
(8-30” | medium | part shade/shade | white-green | Apr-Jun)
Attracts 1native bees, butterflies & pollinators
Sweet White Violet — Viola blanda 
(3-6” | med-wet | part shade/shade | white, Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for Great Spangled & Idalia Fritillary butterflies
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PEOPLE & POLLINATOR INDIVIDUAL FAVORITES

($5 each—3.5” pots)


PETITE PRAIRIE: 

Prairie Onion — Allium stellatum*
(8-18” | dry | full sun | pink | Jul-Aug)
Attracts butterflies; Bumble Bee forage
[add to flats A & B]
Harebell — Campanula rotundifolia*
(.5-1.5’ | med-dry | sun/part shade | violet | Jun-Oct)
Attracts native bees, delicate beauty
[add to flats A & B]
Prairie Coreopsis — Coreopsis palmata*
(1-3’ | med-dry | full sun | yellow | Jun-Aug)
Attracts 6 larval insects, native bees & butterflies
[add to flats A & B]
Slender Beardtongue — Penstemon gracilis*
(12-18” | med-dry | sun/part shade | lavender | May-Jun)
Attracts hummingbirds & pollinators
[add to flats A & B]



BIG & TALL: 

Spotted Joe-pye Weed — Eutrochium maculatum*
(4-10’ | med-wet | full sun | pink | Aug-Sep)
Attracts 40 larval insects, native bees & butterflies, Bumble Bee forage, tall background or centerpiece
[add to flats B & D]
Cup Plant — Silphium perfolatum*
(3-8’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | yellow | Jul-Sep)
Attracts native bees, birds & butterflies, tall background or centerpiece, multiplies
[add to flats B & D]
New England Aster — Symphyotrichum novae-angliae*
(2-6’ | wet-med | full sun | purple | Aug-Oct)
HOST plant for Pearl Crescent butterfly, Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees & butterflies, tall & showy aster into fall, multiplies
[add to flats B & D]
Tall Meadow Rue — Thalictrum dasycarpum
(2-8’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | greenish white | Jun-Jul)
Attracts 13 larval insects, woodland edge specimen plant
[add to flats D & F]



LOW GROWING: 

Pasque Flower — Anemone patens*
(3-18” | dry | sun/part shade | white w/yellow | Apr-May)
Bumble Bee forage, early spring favorite, showy foliage persists
[add to flats A & B]
Field Pussytoes — Antennaria neglecta*
(4-16” | dry | sun/part sun | white | Apr-Jun)
HOST plant for American Painted Lady, attracts  birds & butterflies, good ground cover for dry sun
[add to flats A & B]
Wild Ginger — Asarum canadense*
(4-12” | medium | part shade/shade | red/brown | Apr-May)
Good ground cover for shade, pollinated by ants
[add to flats E & F]
Wild Strawberry — Fragaria virginiana
(4-8” | dry-wet | sun/part shade | white | Apr-Jun)
Attracts 75 larval insects, native bees & butterflies, adaptable ground cover, edible berries
[add to flats A, B, C, D & E]



GRASSES & SEDGES: 

Big Bluestem - Andropogon gerardii 
(2-7’ | med-dry | sun/part shade)
HOST plant for Skippers & Common Wood Nymph, attracts 11 larval insects, birds & butterflies, provides cover for songbirds and nesting sitesmultiplies
[add to flats B & D]
Sweetgrass — Anthoxanthum hirtum 
(16-36” | med-wet | sun/part shade)
Attracts birds, showy spring display, aromatic, can be aggressive
[add to flat D]
Pennsylvania Sedge — Carex pennsylvanica*
(4-18” | dry-med | sun/part shade)
Attracts 36 species of caterpillars, very adaptable
[add to flats A, B, C, D & E]
Prairie Dropseed — Sporobolus heterolepis*
(1-3’ | med-dry | full sun)
Attracts & provides nesting materials for native bees & birds, showy prairie grass
[add to flats A, B, C & E]



MORE BUTTERFLY HOST PLANTS: 

Leadplant — Amorpha canescens*
(1-3’ | dry | full sun | purple | Jun-Aug)
HOST plant for Southern Dogface butterfly, Bumble Bee forage, small prairie shrub/legume
[add to flats A & B]
Whorled Milkweed — Asclepias verticillata*
(1-2’ | dry | full sun | white | Jul-Sep)
HOST plant for Monarch butterfly, attracts 12 larval insects, native bees & pollinators
[add to flats A & B]
Silky Aster — Symphyotrichum sericeum*
(1-2’ | dry | sun/part shade | pink | Aug-Oct)
HOST plant for the Pearl Crescent butterfly, attracts 105 larval insects and pollinators
[add to flats A & B]
Hoary Vervain — Verbena stricta*
(1-2’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | purple | Jun-Sep)
HOST plant for the Common Buckeye, attracts native bees, butterflies & hummingbirds
[add to flats A & B]





BUMBLE BEE FORAGE: 

Giant Hyssop — Agastache foeniculum*
(3-4’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | purple | Jun-Sep)
Attracts native bees, butterflies, pollinators & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage
[add to flat C]
Prairie Blazing Star — Liatris pycnostachya*
(2-4’ | med-wet | full sun | purple | Jul-Aug)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees, butterflies & hummingbirds
[add to flats C & D]
Large Flowered Beardtongue — Penstemon grandiflorus*
(1-3’ | med-dry | sun/part sun | lavender | May-Jul)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees, butterflies & hummingbirds
[add to flats A & B]
Grey Headed Coneflower — Ratibida pinnata*
(3-5’ | med to dry | sun/part sun | yellow | Jul-Sep)
Bumble Bee forage, attracts native bees & butterflies
[add to flat B]



SHOWY & UNIQUE WILDFLOWERS: 

Rattlesnake Master — Eryngium yuccifolium*
(2-5’ | dry-wet | sun/part sun | yellow | Jul-Sep)
Attracts native bees, butterflies & pollinators
[add to flats B & D]
Blanketflower — Gaillardia aristata
(1-3’ | dry | full sun | white | May-Sep)
Attracts, native bees & butterflies, important for Dakota Skipper—soon to be on the Federal endangered species list
[add to flats A & B]
Allegheny Monkey Flower — Mimulus ringens*
(1-3’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | blue-violet | Jun-Sep)
Bumble Bee forage; great for rain gardens
[add to flats C & D]
Spotted Beebalm — Monarda punctata*
(2-3’ | dry | full sun | lavender | Aug-Oct)
Attracts native bees, wasps & pollinators
[add to flats A & B]
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SPECIAL ADDITIONS FOR SUN & SHADE
($15 each—#1 pots)



SUN:
 
Obedient Plant — Physostegia virginiana*
(2-4’ | med-wet | sun/shade | pink | Aug-Sep)
Attracts butterflies, native bees and hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage, nectar source, great in rain gardens
[add to flat D]
Virgin's Bower — Clematis virginiana
(6-20’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | white | Jul-Aug)
Woody flowering vine, Attracts bees, butterflies & hummingbirds
[add to flat D]
Blueflag Iris — Iris versicolor 
(1.5-3’ | med-wet | sun/part sun | blue | May-Jul)
Attracts 12 larval insects, pollinators, birds & hummingbirds, Bumble Bee forage, great for rain gardens
[add to flats C & D]
Carolina Puccoon — Lithospermum caroliniense 
(6-24” | dry | sun/part shade | orang-yellow | May-Jul)
Attracts pollinators, uncommon in nursery trade, likes sandy soil, rabbits known to graze
[add to flats A & B]



SHADE:
 
Maidenhair Fern — Adiantum pedatum*
(1-2’ | medium | part shade/shade;)
Provides shelter for toads & lizards, ornamental
[add to flats E & F]
Spikenard — Aralia racemosa 
(3-7’ | medium | part shade/shade | white | Jul)
Provides wildlife habitat structure & food, woodland specimen plant
[add to flats E & F]
Sensitive Fern — Onoclea sensibilis*
(12-30” | med-wet | part shade/shade)
Shelters salamanders & frogs
[add to flats E & F]
Lowbush Blueberry — Vaccinium angustifolium 
(12-20” | med-dry | part shade/shade | white | May-Jun)
Small woodland shrub, attracts birds, Bumble Bee forage, edible berries, fall color
[add to flats E & F]

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NATIVE SHRUBS TO ATTRACT BIRDS & BUTTERFLIES
($20 each—#2 pots)



Black Chokeberry — Aronia melanocarpa
(4-8’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | white-pink | May-Jul)
Attracts birds, showy, good fall color
[add to flat B]
New Jersey Tea — Ceanothus americanus*
(1-3’ | med-dry | sun/part shade | white | Jun-Aug)
HOST plant for Spring & Summer Azures, birds & butterflies, low growing
[add to flats A & B]
Red-Osier Dogwood — Cornus sericea*
(3-8’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | white | May-Aug)
HOST plant for Spring Azure, attracts 115 larval insects, butterflies & birds, Bumble Bee forage, winter interest
[add to flats D, E & F]
High Bush Cranberry — Viburnum triloba*
(8-15’ | med-wet | sun/part shade | white | May-Jun)
HOST plant for Spring Azure and Summer Azure, attracts birds, excellent wildlife shrub, fragrant flowers
[add to flats D]
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SMALL TREES WITH HIGH WILDLIFE VALUE
($25 each—#2 pots)



Inland Serviceberry — Amelanchier interior
(20-30’ | dry-med | sun/part shade | white | Apr-Jun)
Bird magnet, wildlife value, showy, spring blossoms, edible fruit, good fall color
[add to flats B & D]
Showy Mountain Ash — Sorbus decor
(10-40’ | medium | sun/part sun | white blossoms, oragnge-red berries | Jun-Jul)
Attracts birds, wildlife value, showy, unrelated to Ash Trees (Fraxinus species) and unthreatened by Emerald Ash Borer
[add to flats B & D]
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All photos courtesy of Katy Chayka and Peter M. Dzuik at Minnesota Wildflowers
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WHY NATIVE MINNESOTA PLANTS?
Native plants were here long before lawnmowers, sprinklers and garden chemicals. Once established, plants native to this region are low maintenance and do not require care typically associated with gardens. Native perennials build a strong, deep root system before focusing on the production of leaves, stems and flowers, resulting in plants that are sturdy and drought tolerant. Native plants are beautiful, and provide food and shelter for wildlife including butterflies, dragonflies, pollinators and birds.

MATCHING SPECIES TO LOCATIONS

It is important to match species requirements with the site features such as soil type, light conditions, moisture and drainage for the planting to be successful.

SITE PREPARATION

You can start now! Proper site preparation gives your plants a great head start. Removal of competitive weeds and grasses must be accomplished before planting begins. One option: cover the area with 10-15 layers of newspapers to block out sunlight. Saturate the newspaper with water to prevent it from blowing away, then apply a clean shredded mulch or compost. Later, after the newspaper has softened but is damp, punch holes in it and insert your new plants.

IMPORTANT NOTES ON PLANT SALE

Flats include 6-packs, and have been designed to cover about 30 to 45 square feet, depending on flat selected. Plants should be spaced 12-18 inches apart as most will spread out as they mature. A good rule of thumb: One plant per square foot. Species may be substituted if there is a crop failure.
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ABOUT WILD ONES

Wild Ones, Native Plants, Natural Landscapes, is a national non-profit organization that informs and teaches people how to use native plants in their landscapes. Wild Ones distinguishes itself from other garden organizations by encouraging gardening with native plants and moving away from the use of chemicals, watering, excessive mowing and other practices commonly used by traditional gardeners.

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN

Support Wild Ones educational programs by joining our organization. Include a check for $40 with your plant sale order (a separate check from the check for your plant order). Your membership fee is also a tax deductible donation. For more information, visit WildOnes.org.