Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 4-6'Spread : 4-6'Origin : Native. Order here by item number from our print catalog, and get on with your busy day. It is also one of the most shade-tolerant goldenrods.•• May to Augto 6'Forest Wetland Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeVery common in wetlands along lakes, streams, and rivers, particularly in the north. It is easy to maintain and loves hot, dry locations. Attractive foliage and flowers followed by pods. This is a great salvia to add to your collection. It is drought tolerant, however it produces a much fuller plant given regular water. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-20'Spread : 15'Origin : Native. Spiraea tomentosaSteeplebushPink A classic perennial for any garden. Dry to mesic prairies. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3-5'Spread : 3-5'Origin : Native. White flower in the spring. Grows well in a wide variety of habitats. Common on lake margins throughout northern WI and MN. Liatris pychnostachyaThick Spike Blazing StarPurple Excellent for wet lake edge plantings. Zone : 6Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-25'Spread : 15-25'Origin : Native. Slow-starting but eventually forms nice clumps. It will grow larger in deep soil, but stays small in shallow soil. "•• GO NATIVE! Aster oblongifoliusAromatic AsterViolet A must for forest restorations and shady perennial gardens. Keep trimmed back to preserve shape. Tolerates neglect, drought, and wet conditions. Beautiful spring woodland wildflower. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18-30"Spread : 18"Origin : Native. The plant self-seeds but its best attribute is that it will tolerate a great amount of shade. Andropogon gerardiiBig BluestemPurplish Green Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 18"Spread : 18"Origin : Native. Asclepias tuberosaButterfly WeedOrange Yaupon is an evergreen, ornamental tree with dark green, glossy foliage and bright red berries in the fall. Fast growing for shoreland restoration. In addition, please wear a facemask, as … A drought tolerant groundcover that is at its best when planted where it can cascade over rocks or walls. Geranium maculatumWild GeraniumPink Tall spires of violet-blue flowers good for quick color in partially shaded restorations and a variety of soil conditions except very dry.• Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 2-3'Spread : 6-8'Origin : Cultivar. Best used in rich, fast draining organic soil. Inland Sea Oats is a graceful, native grass with wide blades and attractive seed heads. White papery strawflowers produced atop attractive whitish foliage. Compact and well suited to perennial gardens. Compact plants. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 15-30'Spread : 8-15'Origin : Native. An aggressive groundcover with glossy, green foliage and bright, yellow-orange blooms. Need it right away? Ranges throughout MN and WI. Widespread in MN and WI. Good in most soils except extemely dry.•• WoodlandSun to part shadeOne of the most attractive goldenrods, it has vibrant golden-yellow flowers that are a great source of pollen for bees and butterflies right up to frost. Great butterfly plant.• Height : 3-6 feetOrigin : NativePartial Sun : YesShade : NoSpread : 3-4 feetSun : YesZone : 3-9. Amelanchier laevisServiceberry/JuneberryWhite Zone : 8Sun : NoPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 18"Spread : 24"Origin : Native. Plant in mass for an amazing show of color. Best in full sun to preserve good form, but will tolerate light shade also. Both species are excellent butterfly plants. Good evergreen privacy screen. This is an evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy foliage that can be easily trimmed to form a hedge. Smoke Tree is a small, rounded tree with puffs of coppery-green foliage atop gracefully curved trunks. Betula papyriferaPaper BirchBrown A very attractive plant with graceful arching stems that add character and charm to any shaded garden or restoration. Woodlandpart sun to full shadeA very attractive plant with graceful arching stems that add character and charm to any shaded garden or restoration.• Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 3-5'Spread : 3-5'Origin : Native. May to June18-36"Savanna Savannafull to part sunAn aster with one of the truest blue flowers you can find among native wildflowers. Very drought tolerant and easy to grow and maintain. It is also one of the most shade-tolerant goldenrods. Fertile fronds emerge from center and look like a bunch of cinnamon sticks.•• Very common in dry sand barren, open pine, and oak woodlands.• Easy and fast to establish.•• Heads have reflexed rays ("petals"). Tropical looking erect shrub with fine bi-pinnate foliage. Best oak for beautiful red fall color. Found on dry prairies throughout the region.•• Shear back in winter to improve form and flowering. Red form called "Mexican Hat. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 5-8'Spread : 3-6'Origin : South America, Erythrina bidwilii (E. herbacea x E. crista galli). July to Sept12"Prairie Savannafull to part sunNative through the central Great Plains into western WI. Pinus strobusWhite Pinenone100-150'Forest Bluffs Swampfull sun to part shadeFast-growing, long-lived pine which brought the first wave of European loggers to the area. Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed. Drought tolerant and fast growing. Zone : 3Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 24-36"Spread : 18-24"Origin : Native. Suited to soils ranging from mesic to wet. Excellent color and interest in the winter. Excellent for wet lake edge plantings. Foliage is aromatic when crushed. Given good drainage and sun this native will knock the socks off anyone who passes by it. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : No Height : 12"Spread : 36"Origin : Native. Savannafull sun to part shadeDeep red tubular flowers flaring out into a star. Very attractive yellow heads in profusion atop deep green glossy leaves. Found throughout WI, primarily in swamp habitats and along lakes and streams, but also in prairies. Zizia aureaGolden AlexandersYellow This native to South Africa is at home in a rock garden as it is in a cottage garden. Zone : 9Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 3-6'Spread : 3-6'Origin : Cultivar. Your Source for Native Plants, Seed & Erosion Control Products WHOLESALE NATIVE PLANT CATALOG. Zone : 5Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 2'-5'Spread : 3'-6'Origin : Native. Performs best with infrequent deep watering in well-drained soils. Monarda fistulosaBergamotLavender A tough, low growing, trailing ground cover with silvery gray leaves. Onoclea sensibilisSensitive Fern12-24"Forest Swamppart sun to full shadeUnusual fern with broad green fronds and separate brown fertile fronds that are attractive year-round. June to Sept16-24"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeBlue bell-shaped flowers atop delicate, grassy foliage. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 6-15'Spread : 6-10'Origin : Hybrid. Carex pennsylvanicaPennsylvania SedgeBrown A good substitute for Pampas Grass and a nice addition to perennial beds. Easy to grow and drought tolerant. A very nice tree for shoreland restorations on mesic to wet soils.• Deer resistant. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-8"Spread : ?Origin : South America. Good on very dry sandy soils.•• A must for forest restorations in northern MN and WI. Verbena strictaHoary VervainBlue White Very good lawn alternative. Dalea candida Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 15-35'Spread : 10-20'Origin : Native. Lake Edgefull sun to part sunLarge leaved, robust plant known for being the larval host for Monarch butterflies. Greyish foliage makes this a nice contrast plant.•• Needs good drainage and limited water. Aster umbellatusFlat-topped AsterWhite Evergreen. Suited to dry sunny sites. Mesic to wet soil. Allium stellatum Good plant for tough sites and rock gardens. Good lake edge perennial with broad flat-topped clusters of purple heads. Very ornamental and suitable for the back of perennial borders. Dry Sandy & Rocky Soils 13-18 Moist Soils 19-22 Shade to Semi-Shade 23-30 Ferns 31-32 Grasses & Sedges 33-37 Shrubs & Vines 38-41. Nice perennial geranium with attractive foliage that turns red in fall. The deeply lobed leaves can be up to a foot in length. Aquilegia canadensisWild ColumbineOrange Sedge adapted to habitats ranging from dry to moist, usually on rocky, gravelly soil. Forms nice clumps. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 24"-36"Spread : 36"-48"Origin : Arizona. Very durable and adaptable. Quercus borealisNorthern Red oakGreen Origin : Native. Most common liatris of dry, sandy prairies throughout MN and WI. June to July24-36"Marsh Asclepias syriacaCommon MilkweedPink It needs full sun and poor, well-drained soil. Good in perennial gardens. Hierochloe odorataSweet GrassGreen The plant is a cultivar that does not produce flowers or seed. Excellent garden perennial. Moist to moderately dry savannas and forests through southern 2/3 of WI and eastern 1/2 of MN. It is cold hardy and very drought tolerant. It does well in containers and is drought tolerant. Datura dies back to the ground in the winter but comes back bigger and better. Good garden perennial and cutflower. Woodlandfull sun to part shadeWhite papery strawflowers produced atop attractive whitish foliage. Forestfull sun to full shadeCommon understory species of northern forests in MN & WI. June10-12'Forest Swamp Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeForms tall dense clusters with maple-like lobed leaves. July to Sept12-20"Prairie Savannafull to part sunNative to central and western portions of the Great Plains including western MN. Aug to Oct24-36"Prairie Get the latest news about classes, field studies, and special events! Attractive platey bark and very hard wood. Sign up for eNews. This low growing perennial is a hummingbird magnet. Tree from which many ornamental Arbor Vitae shrubs are selected. Twining woody vine that is evergreen and has coral/red flowers that are valued by hummingbirds. Peatlandfull to part sunShrub of lake margins ranging from sandy to peaty. Viburnum lentagoNannyberryWhite Forms dense clumps on moist to saturated soil. Easy to maintain, and very drought tolerant. A biennial so grows quickly and flowers the first or second year and then self-seeds. This Texas Superstar perennial was found growing in a Central Texas cemetary. Beautiful clumps of yellowish stems on lake margins. Keep trimmed in shady conditions to keep a more compact shape. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : YesShade : NoHeight : 6-12"Spread : 2-3'Origin : South America. Zone : 5Sun : NoPartial Sun : YesShade : YesHeight : 12"Spread : 12"Origin : Native. Originally located by Howard Lacey on a property near Kerrville, Texas, this hill country favorite is an oak-wilt resistance alternative to other oaks notorious for suffering from the disease. Herbaceous perennial with large purple flowers spring through fall. Great for lake edges.•• Nice clusters of white flowers followed by black berries. Yummy, fruit-producing, sprawling plants that grow in a range of habitats ranging from dry, sandy pine barrens to saturated peatlands. Ferny leaves resemble a ladder. Good butterfly plant. Good on very dry sandy soils. Eupatorium purpureumPurple Joe Pye WeedPurple Unusual flowers held on ground said to be pollinated by beetles. Native into SE WI. Several tall showy spikes on top of each stem make this an excellent tall garden perennial. Scientific NameCommon NameFlowersHt.HabitatLightDescription2" Pot4.25" Pot6" Pot Forms neat clumps.•• Great for adding texture and interest to wet restorations. Great bird cover and forage. Deep red tubular flowers flaring out into a star. May to June18-24"Prairie An easy penstemon to grow, this lime green perennial stands out in a garden and flowers profusely. FREE SHIPPING! Broad clusters of flowers followed by red berries that persist through winter for beauty and birds. Nice narrow foliage. Dies back in the hottest part of summer. Unusual opposite leaves fuse to make cups which collect water for bird bathing. May to June18"Woodland Savanna Forestfull to part shadeTolerant to all soils and woodland conditions except deeply shaded situations. May to June30-42"Marsh Swamp Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeClump-forming. Forms beautiful clumps on lake margins. Zone : 7Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 3'-6'Spread : 3'-6'Origin : Native. We ask that if you come to browse and shop, that you will not handle the merchandise other than to place plants or an item on your cart. Attractive broad clusters of purple heads. Adapts well to different soils, but prefers good drainage. Perfect pollinator plant. Outstanding, low, clump-forming graminoid with yellow-green foliage. Occurs throughout MN and WI. Used medicinally and in herbal teas. Sun/Prairie species The Wilderness Center Native Plant Sale Andropogongerardii Big Bluestem Height:4-8 feet The leaves of this evergreen can reach 3' long and five inches wide with a red-to-black margin. WEEKDAYS: Year-Round: 9 AM - 5 PM. Seed heads that follow are attractive throughout the year. Drought and heat tolerant, it does not do well with too much water or shade. May to June24-42"Swamp Peatlandfull sun to shadeVery similar to and often growing along side low-bush blueberry, this species has slightly hairy leaves.• A STAPLE OF PLANT GEEKS SINCE 1982 Our catalogs are designed for gardeners of all experience levels. June10-15'Forest Swamp Lake Edgefull sun to part shadeTall shrub with excellent purple fall foliage. Height : 1-2 feetOrigin : NativePartial Sun : YesShade : NoSpread : 1-2 feetSun : YesZone : 3-10. It can reseed itself easily if stalks are not removed after blooming. Growing in popularity as landscape plant due to attractive foliage and fall color. It’s also a pollinator plant for Bumble Bees. Rudbeckia subtomentosaSweet Black Eyed SusanYellow It grows rapidly throughout the summer and explodes with multiple light purple blooms in the fall. Quite shade-tolerant. Graceful stems with soft highly divided leaves in a U-shaped pattern. Drought tolerant and deer resistent. Very good butterfly plant.•• It has dark green to purplish leaves and light blue flower clusters atop foot tall bloom spikes. Please see our Availability Page for weekly updated availability. Tall spires of violet-blue flowers good for quick color in partially shaded restorations and a variety of soil conditions except very dry. NATIVE PLANT SALE Now through October 25! June to Oct18-30"Prairie Forest The stems are covered with small cat claw shaped prickles so care must be taken in placing this plant. July to Sept48-72"Prairie Savanna Woodlandfull sun to part shadeClump-forming grass of dry, sandy to moist habitats. Excellent cutflower and nice in perennial gardens. Perfect for a fence or trellis. A small, ornamental, single or multi-trunk tree with an airy appearance. Zone : 8Sun : YesPartial Sun : NoShade : NoHeight : 15-20'Spread : 10-15'Origin : Native. It is very drought tolerant, will grow in poor soil, and loves the heat. Soft, light-green needles turn a beautiful gold in fall. Fall color is bronze or rust, but it does not take long before new growth appears. Endemic to the Edwards Plateau, this plant is perfectly adapted to our climate and poor dry soils. Fantastic low shrub for mass plantings and woodland and forest restorations. July to Oct24-52"Prairie Savannafull to part sunOne of the more common native prairie wildflowers. Ranging throughout MN and WI. Coreopsis lanceolataLance Leaf CoreopsisYellow Should be grown more widely in perennial beds. This lacey perennial may look delicate but it can withstand poor soils and the hot Texas summers. Picea glaucaWhite Sprucenone50-75'Northern Forestfull sun to part shadeClimax species of the northern deciduous/conifer forests into the northern boreal forests. Tolerates moist to dry soils, long-lived. Very nice purplish foliage with opposite fused leaves. Product tags. Excellent for control of shoreland erosion.•• We'd be happy to answer your questions about current availability. Phlox divaricataWoodland PhloxBlue Try the responsible alternative to energy-intensive turf lawns. Shear back in the fall to improve shape. One of the most attractive goldenrods, it has vibrant golden-yellow flowers that are a great source of pollen for bees and butterflies right up to frost. It’s easy to grow and can spread quickly, so be sure to give it plenty of room. A beautiful evergreen accent plant. The large dark rose-red blooms are larger than most other salvias and add a vibrant pop to a xeric garden. Should be grown more widely in perennial beds. Blooms are offset nicely by the dark green lance-shaped foliage, and red-tinged trailing stems add interest. Marsh Very attractive in prairies and perennial gardens. Sneezeweed won't make you sneeze - it was used as an expectorant by Native Americans. Deer resistant. Drainage is a must, as is full, bright sun. Carex bebbiiBebb's SedgeGreen July to Sept48-72"Prairie Produces lots of color the first year. Common understory species of northern forests in MN & WI. Useful as a low hedge, for screening or foundation planting. ***Hold and Pulling Fees Waived for 2020 Season due to Covid-19***. Quercus macrocarpaBur OakGreen Marsh June to Oct36-96"Prairie Swamp Lake Edgefull to part sunFast growing clump former with attractive open infloresence. Acorns with distinct fringed cap. Tolerates drought and a wide range of light conditions. Needs good drainage, full sun, and very limited water. July to Aug2.5-3.5'Prairie This mounding and spreading shrub produces a brilliant display of dark purple flowers atop its lacey leaves. Confettii Lantana will bloom late spring to fall and has an upright growth habit. This large mounding shrub will provide a beautiful show of golden/yellow flowers in the fall. Savanna Used as tea by Native Americans. 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