Purple Coneflower

Purple Coneflower

Purple Coneflower is a beloved perennial that is perfect for Southeast Wisconsin gardens. This hardy plant features large, daisy-like flowers with striking purple petals and prominent, spiky orange centers. Blooming from midsummer to fall, Purple Coneflower adds vibrant color to the garden and attracts a variety of pollinators, including butterflies and bees. This plant is easy to grow and...

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Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem is a native ornamental grass that brings year-round interest to Wisconsin gardens. This grass is prized for its slender, upright form and beautiful blue-green foliage that turns a striking red-orange in the fall. Little Bluestem also produces fluffy,...

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Blue Star Amsonia

Blue Star Amsonia

Blue Star Amsonia is a stunning perennial that thrives in the temperate climate of Southeast Wisconsin. This plant is known for its lovely clusters of star-shaped blue flowers that bloom in late spring to early summer, providing a striking contrast against its narrow,...

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Jack Frost Brunnera

Jack Frost Brunnera

Jack Frost Brunnera is admired for its beautiful heart-shaped leaves that appear dusted with frost, thanks to their silvery overlay and pronounced green veins. During May, it produces delicate sprays of tiny blue flowers that closely resemble forget-me-nots, adding a...

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Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass

Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass

Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass is a striking ornamental grass that offers year-round interest with its tall, slender form and feathery plumes that emerge in early summer. It grows quickly in spring, reaching heights of up to 5 feet, and its upright, clumping habit...

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Annabelle Hydrangea

Annabelle Hydrangea

The Annabelle Hydrangea is renowned for its spectacular large, round, white flowers that bloom profusely from early summer to fall. Starting to bud in late May, this shrub can produce flower heads measuring up to 12 inches in diameter, creating a stunning visual...

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May Night Salvia

May Night Salvia

The May Night Salvia is celebrated for its stunning deep indigo blooms that make a bold statement in any garden from late spring to early summer. This perennial is particularly valued for its drought resistance once established and its ability to attract beneficial...

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Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable that's as easy to grow as it is versatile in the kitchen. Planting rhubarb crowns in late April takes advantage of the cool spring weather, ideal for establishing their root systems in Cedarburg's climate. Rhubarb plants prefer a sunny...

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Arborvitae

Arborvitae

Arborvitae, known for their year-round green foliage and easy-going nature, are a staple in landscapes for creating privacy screens, hedges, or even as standalone specimens. These hardy evergreens can thrive in Cedarburg's climate, adapting well to both the cold...

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Tulips

Tulips

Tulips are the quintessence of spring, bringing a vibrant splash of color to gardens in April. With their unmistakable cup-shaped flowers, tulips come in an almost endless variety of colors, sizes, and shapes, making them a versatile choice for any garden design. From...

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