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Little Henry is a useful (North American) native plant with lots of potential for the home landscape. It prefers moist soils and will tolerate wet conditions. It will grow in full sun to full shade, and requires little pruning or other maintenance. Little Henry has lightly scented, pure white flowers that shoot like fireworks in the early summer horizon. Its mounded, compact stature makes it an improvement over older varieties such as the old favorite 'Henry's Garnet'. It is also a…

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Common Names Columbine Plant Type Flower Height: 14”-20” Spread: 12”-20” USDA Zones: 3-9 Bloom Season: Spring Summer Light: Full Sun Soil: Well-draining Description The columbine plant (Aquilegia) is an easy-to-grow perennial that offers seasonal interest throughout much of the year. It blooms in a variety of colors during spring, which emerge from its attractive dark green foliage that turns maroon-colored in fall. The bell-shaped flowers are also a favorite to hummingbirds and may be used…

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Craspedia (Craspedia globosa), also known as Billy Buttons or Sun Ball, are striking bright yellow globed flowers that can reach up to two inches in diameter. Their leafless flower stalks make them ideal for flower bouquets, and they hold up really well in their dried form as well. Plants are perennials that are grown as annuals in temperate climates with colder winters. Plants up to a height of approximately two and a half feet when mature. Expect flower production in approximately 120…

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Easily grown in full sun to part shade in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil. In full heat, it's best. Drought, heat, humidity, and low soil tolerance make this a versatile plant. When clumps get too crowded, separate them (about every 4 years). Plants normally bloom again without deadheading, but removing spent flowers as soon as possible enhances the overall appearance. If at least some of the seed heads are left in place, it will openly self-seed. Good for city and courtyard garden…

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