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  1. Solidago Wichita Mountains with Painted Lady

    Solidago Wichita Mountains (Golden Torch Goldenrod) is an unidentified species of Goldenrod originally collected from the Wichita Mts. Of southwestern Oklahoma. An upright growing se...

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    Solidago sp. Wichita Mountains Golden Torch Goldenrod Solidago sp. Wichita Mountains
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    Solidago Wichita Mountains (Golden Torch Goldenrod) is an unidentified species of Goldenrod originally collected from the Wichita Mts. Of southwestern Oklahoma. An upright growing selection with bottle brush shaped flower spikes, it is unsurpassed for its beauty and ability to attract bees and butterflies. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  2. Oenothera fremontii Shimmer, Shimmer Evening Primrose

    Shimmer' is all about foliage, flowers, and texture. Blooming with 3-inch bright lemon-yellow flowers in late spring, the plant re-blooms during the summer months. The narrow leaves...

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    Oenothera fremontii Shimmer Shimmer Evening Primrose Oenothera fremontii Shimmer
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    Shimmer' is all about foliage, flowers, and texture. Blooming with 3-inch bright lemon-yellow flowers in late spring, the plant re-blooms during the summer months. The narrow leaves are pewter-gray and very attractive. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). A High Country Gardens introduction; Discovered in the garden of Lauren Springer Ogden. 2007 Plant of the Year.
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  3. Yellow Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm, Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm, Black Eyed Susan

    Rudbeckia Goldsturm blooms in mid-to-late summer with an eye-catching display of golden flowers. Black Eyed Susan is very attractive to butterflies and the seed heads provide winter ...

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    Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm Black Eyed Susan Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm
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    Rudbeckia Goldsturm blooms in mid-to-late summer with an eye-catching display of golden flowers. Black Eyed Susan is very attractive to butterflies and the seed heads provide winter food for seed-eating songbirds as well. Reliable and tough, Rudbeckia tolerates both drought and clay plus easy to maintain.
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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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