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Amandas Garden

Wildflower perennials bring unmatched beauty to your garden. Using Native plants is an ecologically sound practice. Amanda's Garden produces high quality plants from seeds, spores, divisions, and cuttings. All plants are nursery propagated. We will help you select the perfect plants for your needs. Call or write for free price list.

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Osmunda claytonianaInterrupted Fern
Osmunda regalisRoyal fern
Parnassia glaucaFen grass of Parnassus
Grass-of-Parnassus
Pachysandra procumbensAllegheny spurge
Mountain spurge
Panicum virgatumSwitchgrass
Wand panic grass
Phegopteris connectilisLong beechfern
Phlox divaricataWild blue phlox
Louisiana phlox
Blue woodland phlox
Sweet william
Wild sweet william
Phlox paniculataFall phlox
Perennial phlox
Phlox stoloniferaCreeping phlox
Polystichum acrostichoidesChristmas fern
Podophyllum peltatumMayapple
Indian apple
Wild mandrake
Pomme de mai
Podophylle pelt
Polygonatum pubescensHairy Solomon's seal
Rudbeckia fulgidaOrange coneflower
Orange Rudbeckia
Perennial black-eyed Susan
Rudbeckia laciniataCutleaf coneflower
Wild goldenglow
Greenhead coneflower
Green-headed coneflower
Rubus odoratusPurpleflowering raspberry
Purple-flowering raspberry
Thimbleberry
Saxifraga pensylvanicaEastern swamp saxifrage
Scutellaria ovataHeartleaf skullcap
Heart-leaf Skullcap
Scutellaria serrataShowy skullcap
Sedum ternatumWoodland stonecrop
Wild stonecrop
Solidago caesiaWreath goldenrod
Blue-stemmed goldenrod
Bluestem goldenrod
Solidago rugosaWrinkleleaf goldenrod
Wrinkle-leaf goldenrod
Rough-leaved goldenrod
Roughleaf goldenrod
Rough-stemmed goldenrod
Roughstem goldenrod
Solidago speciosaShowy goldenrod
Stylophorum diphyllumCelandine poppy
Yellow wood poppy
Symphyotrichum cordifoliumBroad-leaved aster
Common blue wood aster
Heartleaf aster
Symphyotrichum novae-angliaeNew England aster
New England American-aster
Symphyotrichum novi-belgiiNew York aster
Thalictrum dioicumEarly meadow-rue
Thalictrum pubescensKing of the meadow
King-of-the-meadow
Tiarella cordifoliaHeartleaf foamflower
Heart-leaf foamflower
Trillium erectumRed trillium
Red wakerobin
Stinking Benjamin
Wet dog trillium
Wet dog wakerobin
Purple trillium
Purple wakerobin
Trillium grandiflorumWhite wake-robin
White trillium
Large-flower wake-robin
Large-flower trillium
Large-flowered wake-robin
Large-flowered trillium
Uvularia perfoliataPerfoliate bellwort
Mealy bellwort
Merrybells
Uvularia sessilifoliaSpreading bellwort
Straw lily
Wild oats
Merrybells
Sessile-leaf bellwort
Sessile bellwort
Verbena hastata var. hastataSwamp verbena
Blue vervain
Vernonia noveboracensisNew York ironweed
Viola labradoricaAlpine violet
American dog violet
Zizia apteraHeart-leaved meadow parsnip
Heartleaf meadow parsnip
Meadow parsnip
Heartleaf Alexanders
Meadow zizia
Zizia
Zizia aureaGolden zizia
Golden Alexanders
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