upland

Fragaria canadensis
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Quick, productive groundcover that produces white flowers and tiny strawberries. Attracts birds including cedar waxwings. Delicious for humans! Photo by Howard, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian...
$4.50
Prunus serotina
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Black cherry trees produce small white flowers in the spring, then dark red cherries in the fall months. The bark on adult trees is dark and flaky, resembling burnt corn flakes. Berries are a...
$4.50
Rubus idaeus
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Native shrub with white flowers followed by edible red fruit. Photo credit: BarK Ecologic Gardens and Nursery - www.barkecologic.org/
$4.50
Diervilla lonicera
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Native shrub, which produces small yellow flowers that are great pollen sources for bees and butterflies. Leaves turn a rusty red in the fall. Spreads well, great for slopes and controlling erosion....
$4.50
Dennstaedtia punctilobula
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Wonderfully scented, a bit like sweetgrass. This native fern makes an excellent addition to woodland properties and gardens. The leaves are a bright green and turn to a soft yellow in the fall. Photo...
$7.50
Quercus rubra
Upland
Type: Tree
Red oak are a tall, deciduous tree with dark green leaves that stay on well into the winter months. Acorns are a favourite amongst squirrels! Photo by Seelig, R.A, courtesy of Smithsonian Institution...
$4.50
Silphium perfoliatum
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Named cup plant because its leaves hold water for birds and insects. Produces attractive, daisy-like yellow flowers in the summer. Photo by  Justice, W.S., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http...
$7.50
Agastache foeniculum
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Beautiful, native perennial plant that produces spikes of blue flowers. It's abundant nectar attracts birds and butterflies. The leaves are often used to make herbal teas. Photo credit:  Wayne Ray - ...
$7.50
Betula papyrifera
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Iconic hardwood tree, best known for traditional in construction of canoes and wigwams.  Young bark reddish brown changing to familiar white.  Food for many native mammals and birds. Tolerant of many...
$4.50

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