Natural Yard Care Package / 15 Plants
This Natural Yard Care Package includes a beautiful array of (15) plants that will provide a range of color and variety to your garden, attracting pollinators and wildlife!
Includes each of the following:
Coastal or Beach Strawberry - Fragaria chiloensis x3 Bare Root Seedlings
Ground Cover. This perennial has shiny, dark-green leaves that spread from horizontal runners. It has large white flowers followed by small edible berries. It is drought tolerant, spreads aggressively, and grows well over woody mulches. Does well in sunny or partly shaded areas.
Crevice Alumroot - Heuchera micrantha x3 Bare Root Seedlings
A compact, perennial herb that boasts decorative green to reddish-green leaves. Grows to about 1-3 ft tall and 1 ft wide. Flowers in the spring and summer, and attracts a variety of pollinators. Does best in part shade and in moist well-drained soils. Great groundcover and addition to rock and woodland gardens.
Red Flowering Currant - Ribes sanguineum x3 1-0 WW 12"+
Grows between 3 to 10 feet tall. Attracts hummingbirds to its pale pink to deep red flowers blooming from March through June. Grows in clearings and open forest areas that remain dry.
Western Columbine – Aquilegia Formosa x3 Bare Root Seedlings
Member of the buttercup family, it flowers from June through August displaying red sepals and spurs with yellow petal blades. Grows to be anywhere from 6 to 40 inches tall. Very tolerant of any conditions and likes well-drained soil.
Snowberry - Symphoricarpos albus x3 12-18" Transplant
5 to 10 feet tall. Outstanding shrub. Bright white berries are especially ornamental after the leaves drop. Attractive foliage. Good in partial shade & moist locations. Excellent for erosion control. Drought tolerant.
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