Native Wild Plants
Native Wild Plants: Mother Nature's Treasures
Native wild plants are simply plants that are native to or which grow naturally in a specific region.
Brown Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia Fulgida) will be found naturally in fields in across the central United States -- anywhere between Minnesota and New York, Utah, and Texas. It blooms pretty much continuously from mid-summer until a hard frost, it will grow from between two and five feet tall. Excellent for cutting. California Poppy is native to California, among other places. It has lively orange, yellow and red flowers. Easy going and drought-tolerant, they are a great choice for container gardens, rock gardens and more. Trumpet Honeysuckle (Lonicera Sempervirens) is eye-catching, with its unusual red horn-shaped blooms. Climbs to great heights in the right environment. Flowers a little in spring, with more abundant blooms in mid-summer.