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Toadshade Wildflower Farm

Toadshade Wildflower Farm specializes in nursery grown and propagated perennial plants native to Northeastern America. Our mission is to 1) provide native, perennial, propagated wildflower plants, 2) identify the plants clearly by common and scientific name, 3) clearly summarize the native range of the plants, and 4) to encourage increased plantings of native plant species within their native range.

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Salvia lyrataLyreleaf sage
Cancer weed
Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensisCommon elderberry
Black elder
Mexican elderberry
Common elder
Elderberry
Tapiro
Sauco
Scirpus cyperinusWoolgrass
Cottongrass bulrush
Marsh bulrush
Teddybear paws
Scutellaria laterifloraBlue skullcap
Schizachyrium scopariumLittle bluestem
Popotillo azul
Senna hebecarpaAmerican senna
Wild Senna
Sedum ternatumWoodland stonecrop
Wild stonecrop
Silphium perfoliatumCup plant
Indian cup
Silene stellataWidow's frill
Starry campion
Smilax rotundifoliaRoundleaf greenbrier
Common greenbrier
Solidago altissimaTall Goldenrod
Late Goldenrod
Canadian Goldenrod
Canada Goldenrod
Solidago caesiaWreath goldenrod
Blue-stemmed goldenrod
Bluestem goldenrod
Solidago junceaEarly goldenrod
Plume goldenrod
Sorghastrum nutansIndiangrass
Yellow indiangrass
Solidago rugosaWrinkleleaf goldenrod
Wrinkle-leaf goldenrod
Rough-leaved goldenrod
Roughleaf goldenrod
Rough-stemmed goldenrod
Roughstem goldenrod
Solidago sempervirensSeaside goldenrod
Solidago ulmifoliaElmleaf goldenrod
Elm-leaved goldenrod
Spiraea alba var. latifoliaMeadowsweet
White meadowsweet
Stylophorum diphyllumCelandine poppy
Yellow wood poppy
Symphyotrichum cordifoliumBroad-leaved aster
Common blue wood aster
Heartleaf aster
Symphyotrichum lateriflorumCalico aster
Symphyotrichum novae-angliaeNew England aster
New England American-aster
Symphyotrichum novi-belgiiNew York aster
Symphyotrichum pilosum var. pilosumHairy white oldfield aster
Frost aster
Symphyotrichum puniceumPurplestem aster
Purple-stemmed Aster
Teucrium canadenseCanada germander
American germander
Canadian germander
Germander
Hairy germander
Wood sage
Thalictrum coriaceumMaid of the mist
Thalictrum dioicumEarly meadow-rue
Thelypteris palustrisEastern marsh fern
Marsh fern
Thalictrum pubescensKing of the meadow
King-of-the-meadow
Tiarella cordifolia var. collinaHeartleaf foamflower
Wherry's foamflower
Tradescantia bracteataBracted spiderwort
Long-bract spiderwort
Tridens flavusPurpletop tridens
Redtop tridens
Tall redtop tridens
Purpletop
Redtop
Tall redtop
Tradescantia ohiensisOhio spiderwort
Bluejacket
Typha angustifoliaNarrowleaf Cattail
Typha latifoliaBroadleaf cattail
Common cattail
Valeriana paucifloraLargeflower valerian
Verbesina alternifoliaWingstem
Yellow ironweed
Verbena hastataSwamp verbena
Blue verbena
Blue vervain
Simpler's joy
Vernonia noveboracensisNew York ironweed
Verbena urticifoliaWhite vervain
White verbena
Veronicastrum virginicumCulver's root
Vitis aestivalisSummer Grape
Pigeon grape
Viola affinisSand violet
Pale early violet
Viburnum lentagoNannyberry
Blackhaw
Sweet viburnum
Sheepberry
Viburnum nudum var. nudumPossumhaw
Viola ×palmataEarly blue violet
Trilobed violet
Viburnum prunifoliumBlackhaw
Smooth blackhaw
Blackhaw viburnum
Smooth blackhaw viburnum
Stagbush
Viola pubescensDowny yellow violet
Viola sororiaMissouri violet
Common blue violet
Hooded blue violet
Florida violet
Meadow violet
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