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UPLAND DRY

UPLAND MOIST

Potential Mixes: Economy Prairie, Basic Prairie, Low-Profile Prairie, Annual & Perennial Forbs

Potential Mixes: Basic Prairie, Mesic-to-Dry Tallgrass Prairie, Wet-to-Mesic Tallgrass Prairie, Slope Stabilization

18”+ ABOVE WATER LE VEL C haracteristic

Botanical Name Amorpha canescens Andropogon gerardii Anemone cylindrica Anemone virginiana Aquilegia canadensis Asclepias syriaca Asclepias tuberosa Asclepias verticillata Aster oolentangiensis Baptisia bracteata Bouteloua curtipendula Cacalia atriplicifolia Ceanothus americanus Chamaecrista fasciculata Coreopsis lanceolata Coreopsis palmata Dalea purpurea Desmanthus illinoensis Desmodium illinoense Echinacea pallida Elymus canadensis Euphorbia corollata Geum triflorum Helianthus mollis Helianthus occidentalis Koeleria pyramidata Liatris aspera Lupinus perennis Monarda fistulosa Monarda punctata Parthenium integrifolium Rudbeckia hirta Schizachyrium scoparium Silphium laciniatum Solidago rigida Solidago speciosa

S P E C I E S

4”- 18” ABOVE WATER LE VEL C haracteristic

Common Name Lead Plant Big Bluestem Thimbleweed Tall Anemone Wild Columbine Common Milkweed Butterfly Weed Whorled Milkweed Sky-Blue Aster Cream Wild Indigo Side-Oats Grama Pale Indian Plantain New Jersey Tea Partridge Pea Sand Coreopsis Prairie Coreopsis Purple Prairie Clover Illinois Sensitive Plant Illinois Tick Trefoil Purple Coneflower Canada Wild Rye Flowering Spurge Prairie Smoke Downy Sunflower Western Sunflower June Grass Rough Blazing Star Wild Lupine Wild Bergamot Horse Mint Wild Quinine Black-Eyed Susan Little Bluestem Compass Plant Stiff Goldenrod Showy Goldenrod

Botanical Name Allium cernuum Andropogon gerardii Aquilegia canadensis Asclepias syriaca Asclepias verticillata Aster ericoides Aster laevis Aster novae-angliae Baptisia australis Baptisia lactea Cacalia atriplicifolia Chamaecrista fasciculata Coreopsis tripteris Desmanthus illinoensis Desmodium illinoense Dodecatheon meadia Echinacea purpurea Elymus canadensis Elymus hystrix Helianthus grosseserratus Heliopsis helianthoides Liatris pycnostachya Liatris spicata Monarda fistulosa Panicum virgatum Penstemon digitalis Ratibida pinnata Rudbeckia subtomentosa Rudbeckia triloba Schizachyrium scoparium Silene regia Silphium laciniatum Silphium terebinthinaceum Solidago rigida Sorghastrum nutans Sporobolus heterolepis Tradescantia ohiensis Veronicastrum virginicum Zizia aurea

UPLAND DRY

S P E C I E S

Common Name Nodding Onion Big Bluestem Wild Columbine Common Milkweed Whorled Milkweed Heath Aster Smooth Blue Aster New England Aster Blue Wild Indigo White Wild Indigo Pale Indian Plantain Partridge Pea Tall Coreopsis Illinois Sensitive Plant Illinois Tick Trefoil Shooting Star Broad-Leaved Purple Coneflower Canada Wild Rye Bottlebrush Grass Sawtooth Sunflower False Sunflower Prairie Blazing Star Marsh Blazing Star Wild Bergamot Switch Grass Foxglove Beard Tongue Yellow Coneflower Sweet Black-Eyed Susan Brown-Eyed Susan Little Bluestem Royal Catchfly Compass Plant Prairie Dock Stiff Goldenrod Indian Grass Prairie Dropseed Common Spiderwort Culver’s Root Golden Alexanders

UPLAND MOIST 4” - 18” ABOVE WATER LEVEL

ELE VATION (INCHES)

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Schizachyrium scoparium Dalea purpurea Little Bluestem Purple Prairie Clover

Echinacea pallida Purple Coneflower

Silphium laciniatum Compass Plant

Andropogon gerardii Big Bluestem

Panicum virgatum Switch Grass


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Coreopsis tripteris Tall Coreopsis Upland Moist

Mesic Prairie Forb Large 2” flower heads appear on tall, branching stems in late summer. This excellent border plant has leaves with three elongate leaflets and prefers moist soil. The giant of the genus Coreopsis, it grows 6’-8’ tall and flowers from July to August. It is extremely drought tolerant and deeply rooted.

Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star Upland Moist

Mesic Prairie Forb The white-to-pink flowers with petals swept backward like the tail of a comet, with light green oval leaves at the base, make for an elegant spring wildflower. Blooming briefly from April to May, this 12”-18” tall plant goes dormant after setting seed and performs best in well-drained soil.

Elymus canadensis Canada Wild Rye Upland Moist

Dry-to-Mesic Prairie Grass Also called “nodding wild rye” because the seed heads droop downward, this 2’-5’ tall July-to-August blooming perennial adapts to a wide range of soils. Its leaf blades are flat or folded, 4”-12” long. Preferring average, well-drained soils in full sun, it can be easily grown from seed.

Elymus hystrix Bottlebrush Grass Upland Moist

Mesic Woodland / Forest Grass This medium-to-full shade grass has a seed head that resembles a bottlebrush. In natural conditions you can find this growing in dry, well-drained areas. The 3’-5’tall grass works well under large trees, where some light can reach the understory.

Baptisia australis Blue Wild Indigo Upland Moist

Dry-to-Mesic Prairie Forb A member of the pea family, this deep-rooted legume with bushy habit and large showy spikes of deep indigo blue flowers makes its blooming debut during late spring. Smooth, rounded, blue-green leaflets and black seed pods make ideal dried flower arrangements. This plant prefers average soil, is flood and drought tolerant, and grows 3’-5’ tall.

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Silphium perfoliatum Cup Plant Saturated

Spiraea alba Meadowsweet Saturated

Mesic-to-Wet Prairie Forb

This plant’s huge perfoliate leaves actually form a “cup” (where the stem and opposite leaves meet) from which goldfinches and other songbirds drink. Several large, 4”-5” yellow, daisy-like flower heads bloom atop the stem, taking the plant to heights of up to 8’ in full-sun conditions. Cup Plant thrives in average soil.

Wet Prairie Shrub Meadowsweet is a small shrub found in damp meadows, ditches and bogs, at the edges of ponds, on river banks, and in damp open woodlands. The creeping rootstock sends up a reddish, angular stem, up to 2’-6’ tall. The small, white, five-petaled flowers grow in clusters from June to August.

Verbena hastata Blue Vervain Saturated

Wet Prairie Forb

A wetland wildflower with branching flower spikes, this 3’-6’ tall plant prefers moist-to-wet soils and full sun. With its tiny purple flowers, it blooms from early-to-late summer. It provides a nectar source for a variety of tiny native bee species.

Acorus calamus Sweet Flag Emergent Shallow

Emergent Marsh Forb A plant whose leaves can be mistaken for those of Iris, this interesting wetland wildflower takes its common name from the sweet aroma released when its leaves are crushed. Found along stream banks and in a variety of wetlands, this 2’-4’ tall plant produces a spadix of tiny, greenish-yellow flowers in spring to early summer.

Vernonia gigantea Smooth Tall Ironweed Saturated

Wet Prairie Forb Reaching heights of 3’-7’, this wetland forb with deep purple heads of disk flowers is easy to recognize when it blooms from August to September. The rich color attracts butterflies and pollinators to its many blossoms.

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Peltandra virginica Arrow Arum Emergent Deep

Swamp Forb This perennial plant with arrow-shaped leaves is found in wetlands and flowers in the summer. The seeds develop in a spike-shaped pod and are released early in the fall as the pod decays. The leaves can grow up to 3’ in length, and plants as tall as 7’ have been found.

Scirpus acutus Hard-Stemmed Bulrush Emergent Deep

Emergent Marsh / Lake Sedge A tall, sturdy plant, this species grows in waters up to 2’-3’ deep. Preferring full sun, it blooms between mid-spring and mid-summer. It can reach heights of 6’ and is an important food source for waterfowl and aquatic mammals.

Nuphar advena Yellow Pond Lily Aquatic Emergent Marsh / Pond / Lake Forb

This floating-leaved, aquatic species can grow into water up to 7’ deep, sending its foliage to the surface. Most of its 4”-12” long leaves are held above the water, but some float on the surface. Blooming in late spring to late summer with yellow 1.5”-3” flowers, it prefers full-to-partial sun and can spread rapidly.

Sagittaria latifolia Common Arrowhead Emergent Deep

Emergent Marsh / Swamp Forb An emergent wetland plant with long, arrow-shaped leaves, this species produces small, eye-catching white flowers about 1” in diameter. The flowers grow in whorls of three, with multiple whorls on a single, stout stalk. Growing in water up to 1.5’ deep, this plant blooms from early to late summer. It prefers full to partial sun and grows to a height of 4’.

Nymphaea odorata White Water Lily Aquatic

Pond / Lake Forb With its 4”-8” wide, bright-white blooms barely floating on the surface, this elegant aquatic plant grows in waters up to 6’ deep. All of its round, notched leaves float on the surface. It prefers full-to-partial sun and blooms from late spring to late summer.

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ECONOMY PRAIRIE SEED MIX This mix is an economical way to establish a prairie. Several of the species have been added to provide quick color and create an aesthetically pleasing prairie. Adding seed or plant plugs at a later date is a wonderful way to increase the prairie’s richness and diversity. This seed mix includes at least 6 of 7 native permanent grass and sedge species and 9 of 13 native forb species. Botanical Name Common Name Permanent Grasses / Sedges Andropogon gerardii Big Bluestem Bouteloua curtipendula Side-Oats Grama Carex spp. Prairie Sedge Mix Elymus canadensis Canada Wild Rye Panicum virgatum Switch Grass Schizachyrium scoparium Little Bluestem Sorghastrum nutans Indian Grass Total Oz./Acre Temporary Cover Avena sativa Common Oat Lolium multiflorum Annual Rye Total Oz./Acre Forbs Asclepias syriaca Common Milkweed Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed Aster laevis Smooth Blue Aster Aster novae-angliae New England Aster Chamaecrista fasciculata Partridge Pea Coreopsis lanceolata Sand Coreopsis Echinacea purpurea Broad-Leaved Purple Coneflower Heliopsis helianthoides False Sunflower Lupinus perennis Wild Lupine Monarda fistulosa Wild Bergamot Pycnanthemum virginianum Common Mountain Mint Ratibida pinnata Yellow Coneflower Rudbeckia hirta Black-Eyed Susan Total Oz./Acre

Oz./Acre 16.00 18.00 1.00 16.00 2.50 24.00 18.00 95.50 360.00 100.00 460.00 0.50 1.00 0.25 0.75 12.00 5.00 7.50 0.25 0.50 0.25 0.50 3.50 8.00 40.00

FEATURED SPECIES Sorghastrum nutans Indian Grass Mesic Prairie Grass

A majestic grass of the tallgrass prairie, this clump-forming species grows up to 9’ tall, blooming from late summer to early fall. Preferring full sun and dry-to-moist soils, with its plume-like, golden seed heads, this plant attracts birds and adds visual interest to the landscape.

Echinacea purpurea

Broad-Leaved Purple Coneflower Dry-to-Mesic Prairie Forb

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This 3’-5’ tall plant blooms from early to late summer. Its 2”-4” diameter flower heads are favorite nectar sources for butterflies. In the fall, the seed heads attract birds. It prefers sunny-to-partially sunny areas with dry soils.

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL NAME Acer rubrum Acer saccharinum Acer saccharum Acorus calamus Agalinis purpurea Agastache foeniculum Agastache nepetoides Agastache scrophulariifolia Alisma subcordatum Allium canadense Allium cernuum Amelanchier canadensis Ammophila breviligulata Amorpha canescens Amorpha fruticosa Andropogon gerardii Andropogon virginicus Anemone canadensis Anemone cylindrica Anemone virginiana Anemonella thalictroides Angelica atropurpurea Aquilegia canadensis Arisaema triphyllum Asclepias hirtella Asclepias incarnata Asclepias purpurascens Asclepias sullivantii Asclepias syriaca Asclepias tuberosa Asclepias verticillata Aster cordifolius Aster ericoides Aster laevis Aster lanceolatus Aster lateriflorus Aster macrophyllus Aster novae-angliae Aster oblongifolius Aster oolentangiensis Aster praealtus Aster puniceus Aster sagittifolius Aster sericeus Aster shortii Aster umbellatus Astragalus canadensis Aureolaria flava Baptisia australis Baptisia bracteata Baptisia lactea Baptisia tinctoria Betula nigra Bidens cernua Bidens coronata Bidens frondosa Blephilia hirsuta Boltonia asteroides Bouteloua curtipendula

PRICE PER APPROX. COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. SEEDS/OZ. Red Maple $0.90 794 Silver Maple $0.90 120 Sugar Maple $1.10 563 Sweet Flag $1.30 $12.50 7,000 Purple False Foxglove $1.75 $55.00 781,250 Lavender Hyssop $1.75 $11.25 65,000 Yellow Giant Hyssop $1.25 $14.25 90,000 Purple Giant Hyssop $14.25 59,500 Common Water Plantain $12.50 70,175 Wild Onion $32.50 590 Nodding Onion $1.50 $18.00 7,700 Shadbush Serviceberry $1.30 4,688 Dune Grass $0.40 Lead Plant $2.50 $24.50 17,000 Indigo Bush $2.25 $12.00 3,700 Big Bluestem $1.15 $1.60 8,188 Broom Sedge $1.25 $10.50 15,625 Meadow Anemone $1.50 $37.50 9,250 Thimbleweed $1.50 $55.00 20,938 Tall Anemone $2.25 $38.50 20,000 Rue Anemone $1.50 $55.00 13,438 Great Angelica $1.50 $12.75 6,250 Wild Columbine $1.30 $50.00 25,000 Jack-In-The-Pulpit $2.50 425 Tall Green Milkweed $2.25 4,300 Swamp Milkweed $1.30 $15.00 4,540 Purple Milkweed $1.75 $62.00 5,141 Prairie Milkweed $1.75 $75.00 5,300 Common Milkweed $1.30 $6.75 4,000 Butterfly Weed $1.50 $25.00 3,500 Whorled Milkweed $1.75 $28.50 10,250 Heart-Leaved Aster $1.75 $80.00 131,250 Heath Aster $1.50 $50.00 140,000 Smooth Blue Aster $1.30 $28.50 48,000 Panicled Aster $1.50 $45.00 141,750 Side-Flowering Aster $1.50 $35.00 200,000 Big-Leaved Aster $1.75 $65.00 21,600 New England Aster $1.30 $22.00 76,000 Aromatic Aster $2.25 $38.50 51,000 Sky-Blue Aster $1.50 $28.00 82,000 Willow Aster $60.00 104,000 Bristly Aster $1.25 $28.00 76,000 Arrow-Leaved Aster $1.50 $18.50 110,000 Silky Aster $1.50 $65.00 57,000 Short’s Aster $1.75 $90.00 60,000 Flat-Top Aster $1.50 $28.50 315,000 Canadian Milk Vetch $1.50 $18.75 16,000 Smooth False Foxglove $1.75 $37.00 7,000 Blue Wild Indigo $1.75 $33.00 1,600 Cream Wild Indigo $1.75 $75.00 1,700 White Wild Indigo $1.75 $23.00 1,600 Yellow Wild Indigo $2.25 $95.00 5,200 River Birch $0.90 10,547 Nodding Bur Marigold $18.75 14,175 Tall Swamp Marigold $25.00 8,925 Common Beggars-Tick $18.75 5,250 Wood Mint $1.75 $55.00 233,539 False Aster $1.75 $20.00 141,750 Side-Oats Grama $1.15 $2.00 9,375 PRICE

HEIGHT

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BLOOM COLOR

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SOIL MOISTURE

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL BOTANICALNAME NAME Brasenia schreberi Bromus ciliatus Bromus pubescens Cacalia atriplicifolia Cacalia plantaginea Calamagrostis canadensis Calamovilfa longifolia Caltha palustris Campanula americana Campanula rotundifolia Carex aquatilis Carex bebbii Carex bicknellii Carex brevior Carex comosa Carex crinita Carex cristatella Carex crus-corvi Carex davisii Carex emoryi Carex frankii Carex granularis Carex grayi Carex haydenii Carex hystericina Carex interior Carex lacustris Carex lupulina Carex lurida Carex molesta Carex muhlenbergii Carex muskingumensis Carex normalis Carex pensylvanica Carex prairea Carex projecta Carex radiata Carex rosea Carex scoparia Carex sparganioides v. cephaloidea Carex squarrosa Carex stipata Carex straminea Carex stricta Carex tribuloides Carex typhina Carex utriculata Carex vesicaria Carex viridula Carex vulpinoidea Carex vulpinoidea v. ambigua Carya glabra Carya laciniosa Carya ovata Caulophyllum thalictroides Ceanothus americanus Cephalanthus occidentalis Cercis canadensis Chamaecrista fasciculata

PRICE PER APPROX. HEIGHT COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. SEEDS/OZ. Water Shield $2.75 78,125 Fringed Brome $1.00 6,188 2’-4’ Woodland Brome $17.00 7,188 2’-4’ Pale Indian Plantain $2.25 $25.00 6,500 3’-8’ Prairie Indian Plantain $4.50 $75.00 5,938 3’-5’ Bluejoint Grass $1.15 $38.50 94,500 2’-4’ Sand Reed $1.75 $32.00 17,125 3’-6’ Marsh Marigold $2.75 $43.00 50,000 1’-2’ Tall Bellflower $1.50 $45.00 800,000 2’-6’ Harebell $1.75 900,000 1’-2’ Long-Bracted Tussock Sedge $1.75 125,000 2’-3’ Bebb’s Oval Sedge $1.15 $24.50 100,000 2’-3’ Copper-Shouldered Oval Sedge $1.75 $24.50 33,422 1’-2’ Plains Oval Sedge $2.50 $22.50 27,500 1’-2’ Bristly Sedge $1.15 $24.50 41,183 2’-3’ Fringed Sedge $1.15 $12.50 141,750 2’-5’ Crested Oval Sedge $1.15 $12.50 59,000 2’-3’ Crowfoot Fox Sedge $2.25 13,125 2’-3’ Awned Graceful Sedge $1.75 $45.00 9,000 2’-3’ Riverbank Sedge $1.50 $24.50 140,625 2’-3’ Bristly Cattail Sedge $1.15 $12.50 31,250 1’-2’ Pale Sedge $1.30 $47.50 15,500 1’-2’ Common Bur Sedge $1.75 $38.00 1,200 1’-2’ Long-Scaled Tussock Sedge $2.25 1’-3’ Porcupine Sedge $1.15 $12.50 36,000 2’-3’ Prairie Star Sedge $2.25 38,000 1’-3’ Common Lake Sedge $1.50 $75.00 26,000 2’-4’ Common Hop Sedge $1.75 $12.50 3,635 2’-3’ Bottlebrush Sedge $1.15 $12.50 12,000 2’-3’ Field Oval Sedge $1.15 $5.00 27,500 1’-3’ Sand Bracted Sedge $1.50 $32.50 11,875 1’-3’ Swamp Oval Sedge $1.50 $24.50 81,250 1’-2’ Spreading Oval Sedge $1.25 $27.50 25,000 1’-3’ Common Oak Sedge $2.50 29,000 6”-1’ Fen Panicled Sedge $2.50 $85.00 84,375 1’-4’ Loose-Headed Oval Sedge $1.50 $35.00 131,094 1’-3’ Straight-Styled Wood Sedge $1.75 41,390 1’-2’ Curly-Styled Wood Sedge $1.75 $35.00 53,125 1’ Lance-Fruited Oval Sedge $1.15 $24.50 83,250 2’-3’ Rough-Clustered Sedge $1.75 $24.50 15,500 1’-3’ Narrow-Leaved Cattail Sedge $1.25 $24.50 25,111 1’-2’ Common Fox Sedge $1.15 $12.50 35,625 1’-3’ Awned Oval Sedge $1.15 $50.00 100,000 1’-3’ Common Tussock Sedge $1.50 $61.50 187,500 2’-3’ Awl-Fruited Oval Sedge $1.50 $28.75 118,750 2’-3’ Common Cattail Sedge $1.30 $45.00 15,375 1’-2’ Common Yellow Lake Sedge $1.25 $42.50 10,115 2’-4’ Tufted Lake Sedge $35.00 12,000 2’-3’ Green Yellow Sedge $1.75 $38.50 35,000 1’-2’ Brown Fox Sedge $1.15 $14.50 125,000 2’-3’ Large Yellow Fox Sedge $1.50 $22.50 90,625 1’-3’ Pignut Hickory $1.50 3 up to 80’ Kingnut Hickory $1.50 2 up to 100’ Shagbark Hickory $1.50 2 up to 100’ Blue Cohosh $34.50 120 1’-3’ New Jersey Tea $2.75 $96.00 7,000 1’-3’ Buttonbush $0.90 $18.50 12,500 up to 15’ Redbud $1.30 1,024 up to 40’ Partridge Pea $1.50 $4.25 3,800 1’-3’ PRICE

BLOOM COLOR

BLOOM TIME

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL NAME Chasmanthium latifolium Chelone glabra Cinna arundinacea Clematis virginiana Coreopsis lanceolata Coreopsis palmata Coreopsis tripteris Cornus amomum v. schuetzeana Cornus florida Cornus sericea Corylus americana Cyperus esculentus Dalea candida Dalea purpurea Decodon verticillatus Deschampsia caespitosa Desmanthus illinoensis Desmodium canadense Desmodium canescens Desmodium illinoense Desmodium sessilifolium Diarrhena americana Dodecatheon meadia Dulichium arundinaceum Echinacea pallida Echinacea purpurea Eleocharis acicularis Eleocharis ovata Eleocharis palustris Elymus canadensis Elymus hystrix Elymus riparius Elymus villosus Elymus virginicus Epilobium coloratum Equisetum hyemale Eryngium yuccifolium Eupatorium coelestinum Eupatorium fistulosum Eupatorium maculatum Eupatorium perfoliatum Eupatorium purpureum Eupatorium rugosum Eupatorium serotinum Euphorbia corollata Euthamia graminifolia Filipendula rubra Gentiana andrewsii Gentiana flavida Geranium maculatum Geum triflorum Glyceria canadensis Glyceria grandis Glyceria striata Helenium autumnale Helianthus giganteus Helianthus grosseserratus Helianthus mollis Helianthus occidentalis

PRICE PER APPROX. HEIGHT COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. SEEDS/OZ. Indian Wood Oats $1.75 $15.00 7,500 2’-3’ Turtlehead $1.75 $95.00 96,875 2’-4’ Common Wood Reed $1.15 $24.50 308,750 3’-4’ Virgin’s Bower $2.25 $30.00 13,600 9’ long Sand Coreopsis $1.15 $5.25 12,500 1’-2’ Prairie Coreopsis $1.50 $50.00 11,875 1’-2’ Tall Coreopsis $1.50 $27.50 11,500 4’-8’ Silky Dogwood $0.90 75 up to 10’ Flowering Dogwood $0.90 281 up to 40’ Red-Osier Dogwood $0.90 1,169 up to 10’ American Hazelnut $1.25 up to 15’ Field Nut Sedge $28.75 234,375 1’-2’ White Prairie Clover $1.75 $12.50 26,250 1’-3’ Purple Prairie Clover $1.75 $12.75 20,000 1’-3’ Swamp Loosestrife $1.75 $60.00 40,250 2’-4’ Tufted Hair Grass $1.75 75,000 1’-3’ Illinois Sensitive Plant $1.25 $8.50 4,888 3’-5’ Showy Tick Trefoil $1.75 $18.75 4,500 2’-5’ Hoary Tick Trefoil $1.50 2,800 3’-5’ Illinois Tick Trefoil $1.30 $25.00 4,250 3’-6’ Sessile-Leaved Tick Trefoil $1.50 $45.00 5,125 2’-4’ Beak Grass $1.50 $11.50 3,320 1’-3’ Shooting Star $4.50 $125.00 75,000 1’-3’ Three-Way Sedge $1.75 $18.00 100,000 1’-3’ Purple Coneflower $1.25 $12.50 5,000 2’-5’ Broad-Leaved Purple Coneflower $1.25 $5.00 6,600 3’-5’ Needle Spike Rush $1.50 $35.00 70,000 6” Blunt Spike Rush $1.50 $34.50 95,000 1’ Great Spike Rush $1.25 $28.00 141,750 1’-2’ Canada Wild Rye $1.15 $1.00 4,258 3’-6’ Bottlebrush Grass $1.50 $15.00 4,700 3’-5’ Riverbank Wild Rye $1.15 $3.00 5,531 2’-4’ Silky Wild Rye $1.15 $12.00 7,800 1’-3’ Virginia Wild Rye $1.15 $1.00 4,375 2’-4’ Cinnamon Willow Herb $27.50 55,000 1’-3’ Tall Scouring Rush $1.25 1’-3’ Rattlesnake Master $1.30 $12.00 8,000 3’-5’ Blue Mistflower $1.75 315,000 1’-3’ Hollow Joe-Pye Weed $1.75 $22.50 78,125 5’-9’ Spotted Joe-Pye Weed $1.30 $28.00 78,125 4’-7’ Common Boneset $1.30 $31.25 125,000 3’-5’ Purple Joe-Pye Weed $1.75 $36.00 48,000 3’-6’ White Snakeroot $1.30 $30.00 150,000 2’-4’ Late Boneset $2.50 $32.25 60,500 2’-5’ Flowering Spurge $1.50 $32.00 10,000 2’-4’ Common Grass-Leaved Goldenrod $1.50 $54.50 546,875 1’-4’ Queen Of The Prairie $1.75 $125.00 9,375 3’-6’ Bottle Gentian $2.75 $75.00 227,000 1’-3’ Cream Gentian $2.75 $55.00 180,000 3’ Wild Geranium $3.50 $75.00 4,850 1’-2’ Prairie Smoke $1.75 $150.00 33,000 1’ Rattlesnake Grass $35.00 74,000 2’-5’ Reed Manna Grass $2.25 $15.00 109,375 3’-5’ Fowl Manna Grass $1.15 $14.50 125,000 1’-5’ Sneezeweed $1.30 $15.25 141,750 3’-5’ Tall Sunflower $1.25 $32.00 10,938 4’-12’ Sawtooth Sunflower $1.75 $31.25 12,500 4’-12’ Downy Sunflower $1.30 $37.50 7,700 2’-5’ Western Sunflower $1.50 $40.00 13,000 2’-4’ PRICE

BLOOM COLOR

BLOOM TIME

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL BOTANICALNAME NAME Helianthus pauciflorus Helianthus strumosus Helianthus tuberosus Heliopsis helianthoides Heracleum lanatum Heuchera richardsonii Hibiscus laevis Hibiscus moscheutos Hierochloe odorata Hypericum kalmianum Hypericum prolificum Hypericum pyramidatum Ilex verticillata Iris virginica Juglans nigra Juncus canadensis Juncus effusus Juncus tenuis Juncus tenuis v. dudleyi Juncus torreyi Justicia americana Koeleria pyramidata Kuhnia eupatorioides Lathyrus palustris Leersia oryzoides Lespedeza capitata Liatris aspera Liatris cylindracea Liatris pycnostachya Liatris scariosa v. nieuwlandii Liatris spicata Lindera benzoin Liquidambar styraciflua Liriodendron tulipifera Lobelia cardinalis Lobelia inflata Lobelia siphilitica Lobelia spicata Ludwigia alternifolia Lupinus perennis Lycopus americanus Lythrum alatum Mentha arvensis Mertensia virginica Mimulus ringens Monarda fistulosa Monarda punctata Napaea dioica Nelumbo lutea Nuphar advena Nymphaea odorata Nyssa sylvatica Oenothera biennis Opuntia humifusa Osmorhiza claytonii Oxypolis rigidior Panicum rigidulum Panicum virgatum Parthenium integrifolium

PRICE PER APPROX. HEIGHT COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. SEEDS/OZ. Prairie Sunflower $1.50 $17.75 15,625 3’-5’ Pale-Leaved Sunflower $40.00 7,200 2’-5’ Jerusalem Artichoke $1.30 $65.00 7,813 5’-10’ False Sunflower $1.15 $8.25 6,500 4’-6’ Cow Parsnip $2.25 $4.50 3,016 4’-10’ Prairie Alum Root $1.75 $75.00 800,000 1’-3’ Smooth Rose Mallow $1.50 $27.00 2,188 3’-7’ Swamp Rose Mallow $1.50 $27.00 2,188 3’-7’ Sweet Grass $1.50 $77.50 41,000 1’-3’ Kalm’s St. John’s Wort $2.25 $35.00 121,336 2’-4’ Shrubby St. John’s Wort $2.25 $13.00 140,000 3’-5’ Great St. John’s Wort $2.25 $9.25 220,000 3’-6’ Winterberry $1.25 9,375 up to 15’ Blue Flag $1.50 $14.00 1,400 2’-3’ Black Walnut $1.25 up to 90’ Canadian Rush $1.50 $42.00 281,250 1’-3’ Common Rush $1.30 $22.50 281,000 1’-4’ Path Rush $1.15 $65.00 62,188 6”-2’ Dudley’s Rush $1.30 $45.00 2,270,000 1’-2’ Torrey’s Rush $1.15 $37.75 1,134,000 1’-2’ Water Willow $1.75 75,000 1’-2’ June Grass $1.30 $22.50 150,000 1’-2’ False Boneset $21.50 29,500 1’-4’ Marsh Vetchling $28.00 750 1’ Rice Cut Grass $1.15 $18.00 94,500 2’-5’ Round-Headed Bush Clover $1.50 $18.75 10,000 2’-4’ Rough Blazing Star $1.75 $37.50 13,000 2’-3’ Cylindrical Blazing Star $2.25 $50.00 13,300 1’-2’ Prairie Blazing Star $1.75 $19.50 10,750 2’-4’ Savanna Blazing Star $1.75 $35.50 13,000 3’-5’ Marsh Blazing Star $1.75 $31.00 12,000 3’-5’ Spicebush $1.25 4,688 up to 15’ Sweet Gum $1.25 3,875 up to 100’ Tulip Tree $1.00 625 up to 120’ Cardinal Flower $1.50 $95.00 437,500 2’-5’ Indian Tobacco $1.50 495,000 1’-3’ Great Blue Lobelia $1.50 $45.00 520,000 1’-4’ Pale Spiked Lobelia $2.50 $90.00 90,000 1’-3’ Seedbox $2.25 $32.50 281,250 2’-3’ Wild Lupine $1.50 $30.75 1,000 1’-2’ Common Water Horehound $1.50 $18.00 235,000 1’-2’ Winged Loosestrife $1.50 $65.00 3,000,000 2’-3’ Wild Mint $1.50 $65.00 315,000 1’-3’ Virginia Bluebells $2.75 $70.00 9,650 1’-2’ Monkey Flower $1.15 $18.75 283,500 2’-4’ Wild Bergamot $1.15 $22.50 78,000 2’-5’ Horse Mint $1.75 $20.00 94,000 1’-2’ Glade Mallow $7.50 4,125 3’-7’ Lotus $7.50 $1.25 32 Yellow Pond Lily $6.25 White Water Lily $3.75 Black Gum $1.25 9,375 up to 100’ Common Evening Primrose $3.75 55,000 2’-6’ Eastern Prickly Pear $3.75 $37.00 1,344 6” Hairy Sweet Cicely $1.75 $40.00 2,400 1’-3’ Cowbane $40.00 10,240 2’-5’ Munro Grass $1.25 40,625 1’-3’ Switch Grass $1.15 $1.00 28,356 3’-5’ Wild Quinine $1.50 $15.75 6,800 2’-3’ PRICE

BLOOM COLOR

BLOOM TIME

Yellow/Brown Yellow Yellow/Brown Yellow White Green White/Pink White/Pink/Red Green Yellow Yellow Yellow White Blue/Violet Green Green Green Green Green Green Lavender Green White Pink/Purple Green White Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Yellow Green Yellow Red Cream Blue Lavender Yellow Blue/Violet White Purple White Blue Lavender Lavender Cream White Cream Yellow White Green Yellow Yellow White White Green Green White

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SOIL MOISTURE

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL NAME Parthenocissus quinquefolia Pedicularis lanceolata Peltandra virginica Penstemon digitalis Penstemon hirsutus Penstemon laevigatus Penthorum sedoides Phlox divaricata Phlox pilosa Physocarpus opulifolius Physostegia virginiana Physostegia virginiana v. arenaria Platanus occidentalis Polygonatum biflorum Polygonum amphibium v. stipulaceum Polygonum pensylvanicum Pontederia cordata Potamogeton natans Potamogeton nodosus Potamogeton pectinatus Potentilla arguta Prenanthes altissima Pycnanthemum muticum Pycnanthemum tenuifolium Pycnanthemum virginianum Quercus alba Quercus bicolor Quercus macrocarpa Quercus palustris Quercus rubra Quercus velutina Ratibida pinnata Rhynchospora macrostachya Rosa carolina Rosa palustris Rudbeckia fulgida Rudbeckia hirta Rudbeckia laciniata Rudbeckia subtomentosa Rudbeckia triloba Rumex altissimus Rumex orbiculatus Rumex verticillatus Sabatia angularis Sagittaria latifolia Sambucus canadensis Saururus cernuus Schizachyrium scoparium Scirpus acutus Scirpus atrovirens Scirpus cyperinus Scirpus fluviatilis Scirpus pendulus Scirpus pungens Scirpus validus Scrophularia marilandica Senecio aureus Senna hebecarpa Silene regia

PRICE PER COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. Virginia Creeper $1.50 Fen Betony $85.00 Arrow Arum $1.50 $14.75 Foxglove Beard Tongue $1.30 $14.50 Hairy Beard Tongue $1.30 $22.50 Smooth Beard Tongue $1.75 $32.00 Ditch Stonecrop $1.50 $18.00 Woodland Phlox $2.75 Sand Prairie Phlox $2.25 $135.00 Ninebark $0.90 $18.50 Obedient Plant $1.50 $45.00 Prairie Obedient Plant $45.00 Sycamore $0.90 Smooth Solomon’s Seal $22.50 Water Knotweed $1.15 $33.75 Pinkweed $1.15 $9.25 Pickerel Weed $4.75 $13.50 Common Pondweed $2.25 Long-Leaved Pondweed $1.15 Sago Pondweed $2.25 Prairie Cinquefoil $1.50 $18.75 Tall White Lettuce $60.00 Broad-Leaved Mountain Mint $1.50 Mountain Mint $1.50 $40.00 Common Mountain Mint $1.30 $42.50 White Oak $0.90 Swamp White Oak $0.90 Bur Oak $0.90 Pin Oak $0.90 Red Oak $0.90 Black Oak $1.00 Yellow Coneflower $1.15 $6.75 Horned Beak Rush $55.00 Pasture Rose $2.50 $32.00 Swamp Rose $2.50 $14.75 Showy Black-Eyed Susan $1.25 $11.50 Black-Eyed Susan $1.15 $3.75 Wild Golden Glow $1.75 $18.50 Sweet Black-Eyed Susan $1.50 $15.75 Brown-Eyed Susan $1.30 $18.75 Pale Dock $11.50 Great Water Dock $35.00 Swamp Dock $15.00 Rose Gentian $2.75 $150.00 Common Arrowhead $1.50 $25.00 Elderberry $0.90 Lizard’s Tail $2.25 $45.00 Little Bluestem $1.15 $2.25 Hard-Stemmed Bulrush $1.15 $24.50 Dark Green Rush $1.15 $12.50 Wool Grass $1.15 $12.50 River Bulrush $1.50 $18.75 Red Bulrush $1.75 $42.50 Chairmaker’s Rush $1.30 $18.00 Great Bulrush $1.15 $18.75 Late Figwort $1.50 $32.00 Golden Ragwort $1.50 $65.00 Wild Senna $1.30 $9.75 Royal Catchfly $1.75 $125.00 PRICE

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HEIGHT

1,875 Vine 32,500 1’-3’ 42 2’-7’ 115,000 2’-4’ 125,000 1’-2’ 90,000 2’-4’ 36,063 1’-3’ 12,000 1’-2’ 18,750 1’-2’ 34,000 up to 10’ 25,000 2’-5’ 25,000 2’-4’ 7,188 up to 100’ 1,200 1’-4’ 3,125 1’-2’ 4,063 1’-5’ 1,250 1’-3’ 22,500 22,500 22,500 175,000 1’-3’ 68,750 2’-7’ 331,250 2’-4’ 375,000 1’-3’ 331,250 1’-3’ 4 up to 100’ 6 up to 70’ 5 up to 80’ 19 up to 90’ 6 up to 90’ 9 up to 80’ 25,250 3’-6’ 100,000 1’-2’ 2,900 1’-3’ 1,600 2’-7’ 31,000 2’-3’ 110,000 1’-3’ 15,000 3’-10’ 46,000 3’-5’ 33,000 2’-5’ 15,000 2’-4’ 9,063 2’-5’ 9,688 2’-5’ 406,250 1’-3’ 56,700 1’-4’ 9,375 up to 15’ 343,750 2’-4’ 8,800 2’-4’ 20,000 4’-6’ 187,500 3’-5’ 562,500 3’-5’ 275,000 3’-7’ 378,125 2’-4’ 125,000 2’-5’ 37,813 4’-8’ 125,000 3’-7’ 69,375 1’-3’ 1,400 3’-5’ 23,000 2’-4’

BLOOM COLOR

BLOOM TIME

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JFNew N AT I V E P L A N T S P E C I E S BOTANICAL BOTANICALNAME NAME Silene stellata Silene virginica Silphium integrifolium Silphium laciniatum Silphium perfoliatum Silphium terebinthinaceum Sisyrinchium angustifolium Sisyrinchium atlanticum Sium suave Smilacina racemosa Solidago caesia Solidago canadensis v. scabra Solidago flexicaulis Solidago juncea Solidago nemoralis Solidago ohioensis Solidago patula Solidago riddellii Solidago rigida Solidago rugosa Solidago speciosa Solidago ulmifolia Sorghastrum nutans Sparganium americanum Sparganium eurycarpum Spartina pectinata Spiraea alba Spiraea tomentosa Sporobolus heterolepis Stipa spartea Stylophorum diphyllum Taxodium distichum Tephrosia virginiana Teucrium canadense Thalictrum dasycarpum Thalictrum dioicum Tradescantia ohiensis Triadenum virginicum Triglochin maritimum Triosteum aurantiacum Verbena hastata Verbena stricta Verbesina alternifolia Vernonia fasciculata Vernonia gigantea Vernonia missurica Veronicastrum virginicum Viburnum dentatum Viburnum lentago Viburnum opulus v. americanum Viburnum prunifolium Viola lanceolata Zizania aquatica Zizia aptera Zizia aurea

PRICE PER APPROX. COMMON NAME PER PLANT PLS OZ. SEEDS/OZ. Starry Campion $2.75 $65.00 30,000 Fire Pink $3.25 $95.00 26,000 Rosin Weed $1.30 $18.50 4,000 Compass Plant $1.75 $18.50 650 Cup Plant $1.25 $12.50 2,100 Prairie Dock $1.75 $28.00 1,100 Stout Blue-Eyed Grass $3.25 $100.00 28,000 Eastern Blue-Eyed Grass $3.25 $47.50 32,000 Tall Water Parsnip $2.25 $35.00 9,500 Feathery False Solomon’s Seal $5.25 $30.00 900 Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod $1.50 $85.00 546,875 Tall Goldenrod $12.75 140,625 Broad-Leaved Goldenrod $2.25 $125.00 84,000 Early Goldenrod $1.50 $45.00 140,625 Old-Field Goldenrod $1.75 $28.75 240,000 Ohio Goldenrod $1.75 $32.50 90,000 Swamp Goldenrod $1.50 $55.00 71,875 Riddell’s Goldenrod $1.25 $22.75 94,500 Stiff Goldenrod $1.30 $15.25 46,000 Rough Goldenrod $1.50 $18.75 92,500 Showy Goldenrod $1.50 $25.75 105,000 Elm-Leaved Goldenrod $1.15 $27.00 130,000 Indian Grass $1.15 $1.50 8,516 American Bur Reed $1.50 $18.50 975 Common Bur Reed $1.50 $18.50 596 Prairie Cord Grass $1.15 $15.00 15,750 Meadowsweet $2.25 $65.00 390,625 Steeplebush $2.25 $65.00 390,625 Prairie Dropseed $1.75 $25.00 14,000 Porcupine Grass $2.50 $45.00 680 Celandine Poppy $3.25 $60.00 Bald Cypress $0.90 313 Goat’s Rue $2.50 $35.00 2,500 Germander $45.00 19,500 Purple Meadow Rue $1.75 $40.00 13,500 Early Meadow Rue $1.50 $75.00 7,300 Common Spiderwort $1.75 $24.50 8,000 Marsh St. John’s Wort $3.50 $125.00 230,000 Common Bog Arrow Grass $7.00 14,063 Early Horse Gentian $30.00 984 Blue Vervain $1.30 $9.75 125,000 Hoary Vervain $1.50 $11.25 32,000 Wingstem $1.30 $12.00 9,063 Common Ironweed $1.50 $19.50 21,875 Smooth Tall Ironweed $1.75 $24.50 24,000 Missouri Ironweed $1.75 $25.75 20,900 Culver’s Root $1.50 $48.50 750,000 Arrow-Wood $1.25 Nannyberry $1.25 375 American Highbush Cranberry $1.25 81 Black Haw $1.25 469 Lance-Leaved Violet $1.50 156,250 Wild Rice $1.00 4,375 Heart-Leaved Meadow Parsnip $2.25 $22.50 9,000 Golden Alexanders $1.30 $12.50 12,000 PRICE

HEIGHT

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BLOOM TIME

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Natural resources conservation and stewardship are fundamental to JFNew’s mission. Recognizing our corporate responsibility to be a leader in this area, JFNew regularly supports causes that help preserve or restore nature and spread knowledge and awareness of the important services healthy ecosystems provide.

1% for the Planet The JFNewNative Plant Nursery is part of 1% for the Planet, a growing global movement of companies that donate 1% of their sales to a worldwide network of nonprofit environmental organizations. Started in 2001, 1% for the Planet includes more than 1,200 corporate members and 1,800 environmental nonprofits. We donate 1% of our native plant nursery sales to environmental nonprofits included in this program. Visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org for more information.

Jimmy F. New Foundation Established in 2003, the Jimmy F. New Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation that honors company founder Jim New’s commitment to conserving natural resources. The foundation’s mission is to provide resources to increase the knowledge, awareness, and conservation of our native habitats and natural communities. x

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The foundation’s board of directors, which consists of external directors and JFNew employees, annually awards grants to environmental and natural resource projects. JFNew matches employee contributions to the foundation dollar-for-dollar, which increases its grant-making ability. In recent years the foundation funded more than $30,000 in conservation grants to projects such as: · · · · · · · ·

Amberly Village Rain Garden Demonstration Project, Cincinnati, Ohio Bethel College Prairie Project, Mishawaka, Indiana Central Indiana Land Trust, Hank Heron Kids Club Newsletter, Indianapolis, Indiana Conservation Research Institute, Flora of the Chicago Region, Chicago, Illinois Creekside Early Childhood School, Native Plant Project, Lokota, Ohio Hoosier Volunteers, Native Landscaping Projects, Gary, Indiana Michigan DNR, Earth Day Native Plant Education Booth, Lansing, Michigan Montessori Rain Garden, Eagle Scout Project, Cincinnati, Ohio

For more information on the Jimmy F. New Foundation, visit www.jfnfoundation.org. Donations to the foundation are tax-deductible. x

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Greening Our Catalog To minimize its ecological footprint, this JFNew catalog is printed on Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper, which comes from responsibly managed forests and verified recycling sources. By making this choice, when compared to non-recycled paper, our catalog: · · · · ·

Saved 87 trees from being harvested. Prevented nearly 40,000 gallons of wastewater from being generated. Averted more than 8,000 pounds of carbon dioxide equivalents. Accepted zero pounds of pulp from clear-cut forests. Kept nearly 2,500 pounds of solid waste from entering landfills.

Quality Printing, our catalog printer, uses 100% wind-generated energy from Community Energy, Inc. Environmental impact estimates were made using the Environmental Defense Fund Paper Calculator. For more information visit www.papercalculator.org.

JFNew Statement of Sustainability To provide the highest quality ecological services while advancing our leadership in corporate social responsibility by: 1. Identifying, minimizing, and reporting our environmental footprint. 2. Leveraging our mission and culture to create innovative environmental solutions. 3. Influencing sustainable choices by educating and inspiring our employees, clients, suppliers, and communities.

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