Commonly known as Butterfly Weed, Asclepias is a drought tolerant, native perennial with magnificent bright orange flowers concentrated in compact clusters atop branching stems. A non-stop bloomer from midsummer to autumn, the brightly colored flower clusters are followed by fruit and showy seed. The perfect choice for attracting butterflies and beneficial insects to your garden.
This virtually hassle-free cultivar offers three months of showy clusters of golden yellow blooms adored by hummingbirds, Monarchs, bees, and other beneficial insects. Deadhead flowers to stimulate another bloom cycle. Green fruit develops after flowering which break open to reveal seeds with the same long silvery-white, silky hairs as its cousin, the common milkweed. Pick seedpods while still green for a wonderful addition to arrangements.
Commonly known as Billy Button or Drumstick, the striking golden-yellow blooms of this wildflower native to New Zealand and Australia make a great addition to bouquets. The 1-inch globes sit atop long, stiff stems amidst grass-like, silvery green foliage. Long vase-life as a cut flower, and retains vivid color when dried.
This perennial yarrow is truly delightful! The 24- to 30-inch upright, bushy plant with fern-like foliage is covered with a canopy of 3- to 5-inch blooms in shades of raspberry, peach, coral, blush, rose and buttercream. A versatile player for both fresh and dried bouquets, this pollinator magnet will thrive on neglect in any sunny spot!