Native Plants

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Native Plants

Native plants offer the gardener a way to: Plant habitats for native insects, birds and animals; Create durable, water-wise landscapes that require less care and maintenance; Conserve our native plant heritage.

High Country Gardens defines a ‘Native’ plant as one that is found growing naturally in North America. 'Native' also refers to named selections of native species chosen from wild populations for improved garden performance.  Our definition also includes hybrids between two native species but NOT hybrids when only one parent plant is native.

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  1. Verbena bipinnatifida Valley Lavender, Valley Lavender Plains Verbena close up

    Valley Lavender® Plains Verbena (Verbena bipinnatifida) blooms much of the summer with gorgeous purple flowers held over compact green foliage. This groundcover grows best in poor s...

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    Valley Lavender Plains Verbena Valley Lavender Plains Verbena Verbena bipinnatifida Valley Lavender
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    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Valley Lavender® Plains Verbena (Verbena bipinnatifida) blooms much of the summer with gorgeous purple flowers held over compact green foliage. This groundcover grows best in poor soils with less water. An improved selection of the Great Plains native Verbena.
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  2. Scutellaria Dark Violet

    Exclusive. 6" tall x 10-15" wide. Dark Violet colors the garden from early summer into fall with deep violet flowers. The hybrid Skullcap has a nice, tidy mounding habit, good cold h...

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    Dark Violet Skullcap (Scutellaria) Dark Violet Hybrid Skullcap Scutellaria Dark Violet
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    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Exclusive. 6" tall x 10-15" wide. Dark Violet colors the garden from early summer into fall with deep violet flowers. The hybrid Skullcap has a nice, tidy mounding habit, good cold hardiness and does best when planted in full, hot sun in a well-drained soil. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). A High Country Gardens introduction.
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