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Conservation Pacs

Conservation Pacs offer a select group of varieties with a common theme. They are a great way to accomplish a specific conservation goal. 

Black Eyed Susan

Rudbeckia hirta


Zone: 3

Conservation practices:

Description: A 2-3 ft upright plant with yellow petals and brown rounded center. Needs average moisture and usually reseeds itself.

Blazing Star

Liatris spicata

Wild Flower

Zone: 4

Conservation practices: H

Description: A 2-5' tall spike of rayless rose purple (sometimes white) closely set flower heads in Aug or Sept. Prefers moist rich soil and full sun.

Cardinal Flower

Lobelia cardinalis

Wild Flower

Zone: 3-9

Conservation practices: H

Description: This pereniial is 1' to 6' in height and has red flowers in 8in terminal spiked. The flower has a three spreading lower petals and two upper petals. Easily grows in full sun to part shade. Flowers and hummingbirds are attacted to the flower.

Foam Flower

Tiarella cordifolia

Wild Flower

Zone: 5-9

Conservation practices: N

Description: Blooms late Spring to later summer and is great for containers, beds and borders or groundcover. It will spred 1 to 2 feet and grows in part to full shade. It is a clump-forming pereniial which forms 1-2' wide clumps of foliage. The Leaves are semi-glossy and heart-shaped. The flowers are tiny and white with very long stamens.

Solomon’s Seal False

Smilacina racemosa


Zone: 4

Conservation practices: H

Description: 1-3’ dense leafy plant with many tiny creamy white flowers May to July and clusters of red berries in the fall. Prefers moist rich slightly acid soil and full to partial shade.

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