Native Plants

Filter
View as Grid List

Items 1-24 of 39

Page
per page
Set Descending Direction
  1. Yellow Ratibida columnifera Yellow, Ratibida columnifera , Yellow Prairie Coneflower

    15-24" tall x 18" wide. The pure yellow flowered form of the native Prairie Coneflower, colors the garden from mid-summer on with cheerful yellow daisies that attract butterflies and...

    Learn More
    Ratibida columnifera Yellow Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnifera
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    15-24" tall x 18" wide. The pure yellow flowered form of the native Prairie Coneflower, colors the garden from mid-summer on with cheerful yellow daisies that attract butterflies and bees. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  2. Red Ratibida columnifera Mexican Hat, Ratibida columnifera Mexican Hat, Mexican Hat Prairie Coneflower

    15-24" tall x 18" wide. Mexican Hat is the mahogany-red colored form of Prairie Coneflower that blooms from mid-summer into fall. A good naturalizing wildflower, it attracts bees and...

    Learn More
    Ratibida columnifera Mexican Hat Mexican Hat Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnifera Mexican Hat
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    15-24" tall x 18" wide. Mexican Hat is the mahogany-red colored form of Prairie Coneflower that blooms from mid-summer into fall. A good naturalizing wildflower, it attracts bees and butterflies. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  3. Purple Dalea (Petalostemon) purpureum, Dalea (Petalostemon) purpureum, Purple Prairie Clover

    A prairie wildflower, Purple Prairie Clover is a heavy bloomer with intensely red-violet flowers at the tips of the stiff, upright stems. Being a deep-rooted legume, Purple Prairie C...

    Learn More
    Dalea purpureum (Petalostemon) Purple Prairie Clover Dalea (Petalostemon) purpureum
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    A prairie wildflower, Purple Prairie Clover is a heavy bloomer with intensely red-violet flowers at the tips of the stiff, upright stems. Being a deep-rooted legume, Purple Prairie Clover also adds valuable nitrogen to the soil. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  4. Blue and Purple Penstemon strictus, Penstemon strictus, Rocky Mountain Penstemon

    Rocky Mountain beardtongue, with its spikes of bright blue flowers and evergreen foliage, is one of the easiest-to-grow Penstemon. Long-lived, this beauty thrives in most any well-dr...

    Learn More
    Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Beardtongue Penstemon strictus
    $9.99
    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    Rocky Mountain beardtongue, with its spikes of bright blue flowers and evergreen foliage, is one of the easiest-to-grow Penstemon. Long-lived, this beauty thrives in most any well-drained soil with full sun exposure. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  5. Red and Orange and Yellow Lonicera sempervirens Blanche Sandman, Lonicera sempervirens Blanche Sandman, Blanche Sandman Honeysuckle Vine

    This beauty is a compact grower with a spectacular show of long, orange-yellow throated tubular flowers in spring. Often reblooms lightly in summer. Because of its semi-vining habit,...

    Learn More
    Lonicera sempervirens Blanche Sandman Blanche Sandman Honeysuckle Vine Lonicera sempervirens Blanche Sandman
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    This beauty is a compact grower with a spectacular show of long, orange-yellow throated tubular flowers in spring. Often reblooms lightly in summer. Because of its semi-vining habit, it is a great choice for courtyards and other smaller spaces. After the flowers are done, the showy, bright red berries are food for the songbirds.
    Learn More
  6. Pink and Purple Liatris punctata, Liatris punctata, Gayfeather

    Prairie Blazing Star is the most drought tolerant of the genus and blooms in late summer with showy lavender-pink flower spikes. The roots have been documented to grow to depths of 1...

    Learn More
    Liatris punctata Dotted Blazing Star Liatris punctata
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Prairie Blazing Star is the most drought tolerant of the genus and blooms in late summer with showy lavender-pink flower spikes. The roots have been documented to grow to depths of 14 feet into the prairie soils. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  7. Blue Baptisia australis v. minor, Baptisia australis v. minor, Lesser False Indigo

    18-24" tall x 18-24" wide. This Mid-Western prairie wildflower blooms in late spring with large, lupine-like spikes of blue flowers. Ornamental seed pods follow the flowers and can ...

    Learn More
    Baptisia australis v. minor Lesser False Indigo Baptisia australis v. minor
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    18-24" tall x 18-24" wide. This Mid-Western prairie wildflower blooms in late spring with large, lupine-like spikes of blue flowers. Ornamental seed pods follow the flowers and can be harvested for dried arrangements. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  8. Red and White Aquilegia caerulea Red Hobbit, Aquilegia caerulea Red Hobbit, Red Hobbit Columbine

    A dwarf variety of Rocky Mountain Columbine with red and white flowers. This little beauty comes true from seed and should be encouraged to re-seed itself in the garden where it make...

    Learn More
    Aquilegia caerulea Red Hobbit Red Hobbit Columbine Aquilegia caerulea Red Hobbit
    $9.99
    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    A dwarf variety of Rocky Mountain Columbine with red and white flowers. This little beauty comes true from seed and should be encouraged to re-seed itself in the garden where it makes colorful colonies.
    Learn More
  9. Amorpha canescens, Leadplant Bloom Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Bousselot

    Leadplant (Amorpha canescens) is a small-growing native shrub that brings a welcome splash of color to the mid-summer garden, covering itself with hundreds of butterfly-attracting bl...

    Learn More
    Amorpha canescens Leadplant Amorpha canescens
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Leadplant (Amorpha canescens) is a small-growing native shrub that brings a welcome splash of color to the mid-summer garden, covering itself with hundreds of butterfly-attracting blue flowers held on upright flower spikes.
    Learn More
  10. Campanula rotundifolia Thumbell Blue, Thumbell Blue Bluebells

    Thumbell Blue Bluebells (Campanula rotundifolia 'Thumbell Blue') blooms for many months with a profuse display of nodding blue flowers held on wiry stems. This long-blooming perenni...

    Learn More
    Campanula rotundifolia Thumbell Blue Thumbell Blue Bellflower (Bluebells) Campanula rotundifolia Thumbell Blue
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Thumbell Blue Bluebells (Campanula rotundifolia 'Thumbell Blue') blooms for many months with a profuse display of nodding blue flowers held on wiry stems. This long-blooming perennial thrives in partial shade.
    Learn More
  11. White Agave havardiana, Agave havardiana, Havard's Century Plant

    Agave havardiana (Havard's Century Plant) grows to an imposing size (30" tall x 36" wide) at maturity! Native to the Glass Mountains of west Texas, this succulent has proven itself t...

    Learn More
    Agave havardiana Glass Mts., TX Havard's Century Plant Agave havardiana
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Agave havardiana (Havard's Century Plant) grows to an imposing size (30" tall x 36" wide) at maturity! Native to the Glass Mountains of west Texas, this succulent has proven itself to be very cold-hardy. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  12. Geum triflorum, Prairie Smoke

    Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke) has charming, nodding pink flowers give rise to feathery, smoky-pink seed heads that decorate the plants in mid-summer....

    Learn More
    Geum trifolium Prairie Smoke Geum triflorum
    As low as $8.99
    Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke) has charming, nodding pink flowers give rise to feathery, smoky-pink seed heads that decorate the plants in mid-summer.
    Learn More
  13. Yellow Heterotheca jonesii, Heterotheca jonesii, Creeping Goldenaster

    Heterotheca jonesii (Creeping Goldenaster) is a fantastic native groundcover that grows to form an evergreen mat of tiny leaves, covered with a summer-long display of bright yellow a...

    Learn More
    Heterotheca jonesii Creeping Goldenaster Heterotheca jonesii
    As low as $7.49
    Heterotheca jonesii (Creeping Goldenaster) is a fantastic native groundcover that grows to form an evergreen mat of tiny leaves, covered with a summer-long display of bright yellow aster-like flowers.
    Learn More
  14. Blue Penstemon virens, Penstemon virens, Blue Mist Beardtongue

    This beautiful, small growing species is native to the open Ponderosa forests and foothills of eastern CO and WY. The dainty spikes of blue, lavender-throated flowers are held over e...

    Learn More
    Penstemon virens Blue Mist Beardtongue Penstemon virens
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    This beautiful, small growing species is native to the open Ponderosa forests and foothills of eastern CO and WY. The dainty spikes of blue, lavender-throated flowers are held over evergreen rosettes of dark green foliage. A delight in the late spring garden. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
    Learn More
  15. Yellow Hymenoxys scaposa, Hymenoxys scaposa, Thrift-leaf Perky Sue

    Hymenoxys scaposa (Thrift-Leaf Perky Sue) is one of our very best native wildflowers. Drought tolerant, the tidy mound of evergreen foliage is covered with bright yellow daisies in l...

    Learn More
    Hymenoxys scaposa Thrift-Leaf Perky Sue Hymenoxys scaposa
    $7.49
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Hymenoxys scaposa (Thrift-Leaf Perky Sue) is one of our very best native wildflowers. Drought tolerant, the tidy mound of evergreen foliage is covered with bright yellow daisies in late spring. Perky Sue often re-blooms after summer rains. Drought resistant/drought tolerant perennial plant (xeric).
    Learn More
View as Grid List

Items 1-24 of 39

Page
per page
Set Descending Direction
Black-Eyed Susan and Purple Coneflower

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.

To choose the best plants for your garden, use our filters at left.

To choose the best plants for your garden, use our filters below.