America's prairies are home to a brilliant array of flowers. We offer a selection of the most attractive – from Prairie Clover and Blazingstar to Black-Eyed Susans and Echinacea – to grace your native-grass lawns or provide beautiful borders. These hardy perennials and self-seeding biennials make a lovely, water-wise choice.
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(Rudbeckia hirta) The Black-Eyed Susan is the best known of all the prairie flowers and the easiest to grow. A ...
(Asclepias tuberosa) Covered with beautiful, bright orange flowers from mid-summer until early in the fall. Butterfly Milkweed blooms reliably from ...
Echinacea, Purple Coneflower$2.75
One of the very best prairie plants for attracting butterflies, this showy and easy to grow plant adds a flashy ...
New England Aster$2.75
One of the tallest and most magnificent of the fall asters. Serves as an important late-season (after frost) nectar source ...
One of the most spectacular and majestic of the prairie plants. Large spikes of tightly bunched magenta flowers bloom from ...
Bright purple blossoms mid-summer through fall. The Prairie Clover is stunning when planted with Butterfly weed, Black- Eyed Susan and ...
(Asclepias incarnata) Red Milkweed is the preferred food source of Monarch caterpillars. The bright pink and red flowers bloom June ...