Latin nameCommon nameNativeBloom TimeHeightColorLightMoistureNotes
Flowers
Agastache foeniculumAnise HyssopNY adventiveEarly Summer3′purplepart-full sunmedium-drycan be spready in rich soil
Amsonia tabernaemontana var. salicifoliaWillow Leaf BluestarCultivated (native to SE US)Spring3′bluepart-full sunmedium-medium wet
Asclepias tuberosaButterfly MilkweedMadison CountySummer2′orangepart-full sunmedium-dry
Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam’Threadleaf CoreopsisNYEarly Summer2′pale yellowpart-shade-sundry
Echinacea purpureaPurple ConeflowerNYSummer4′magentapart-shade-sundry-moist
Eupatorium maculatum ‘Red Dwarf’Joe Pye WeedMadison CountySummer5′pinksunmedium-moist
Euthamia graminifoliaGrass Leaved GoldenrodMadison CountySummer4′yellowpart-full sunwet – medium dry
Monarda fistulosaWild BergamotMadison CountySummer4′lavenderpart-full sunmedium wet – dry
Penstemon hirsutusHairy BeardtongueNYLate Spring18″pale lavenderfull sun – shademedium wet – dry
Phlox subulataMoss PhloxMadison CountyLate Spring4″pinkpart-full sundry-moist
Pycnanthemum tenuifoliumNarrowleaf Mountain MintMadison CountyEarly Summer2′whitepart-full sunmedium wet-medium drylong bloom time
Symphyotrichum oblongifoliumAromatic AsterNY adventiveFall3′purplepart-full sundry-moist
Zizia aureaGolden AlexandersMadison CountySpring3′yellowshade-sunmedium wet-medium dry
GrassesBloomHeightHeight
Eragrostis spectabilisPurple LovegrassMadison CountyLate Summer2′2′
Schizachyrium scopariumLittle BluestemMadison CountyFall4′4′