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For 2022, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. We’ve addressed the growing needs for water conservation and environmentally-friendly gardening practices by developing an incredible selection of waterwise and native plants. High Country Gardens is renowned for our unique plant introductions, especially cold-hardy, waterwise plants that come from rugged landscapes, high elevations, and harsh climates. Selected for their beauty and improved garden performance, our waterwise plants will take your garden from ordinary to outstanding with unique flower colors, durability, and exceptional value to pollinators.

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New For 2022

For 2022, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. We’ve addressed the growing needs for water conservation and environmentally-friendly gardening practices by developing an incredible selection of waterwise and native plants. High Country Gardens is renowned for our unique plant introductions, especially cold-hardy, waterwise plants that come from rugged landscapes, high elevations, and harsh climates. Selected for their beauty and improved garden performance, our waterwise plants will take your garden from ordinary to outstanding with unique flower colors, durability, and exceptional value to pollinators.

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.

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  1. Hoary Vervain, Verbena stricta, close up of purple flowers

    Hoary Vervain (Verbena stricta) is a beautiful native wildflower, with blue-violet flowers blooming from the bottom up on tall flower spikes in mid-summer that attract bees and butte...

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    Hoary Vervain Hoary Vervain Verbena stricta
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    Hoary Vervain (Verbena stricta) is a beautiful native wildflower, with blue-violet flowers blooming from the bottom up on tall flower spikes in mid-summer that attract bees and butterflies. Ovate leaves are covered with whitish hairs, giving the foliage a silvery color and soft texture. Will naturalize and spread easily by reseeding. The seeds are a favorite food for seed-eating songbirds.
  2. Desert Peach, Prunus andersonii, flowering growing in garden

    Blooming in mid-spring, the shrubby Desert Peach (Prunus andersonii) perfumes the garden with its showy pink flowers, attracting bees and butterflies. Small oval leaves occur in clus...

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    Desert Peach (Prunus) Desert Peach Prunus andersonii
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    Blooming in mid-spring, the shrubby Desert Peach (Prunus andersonii) perfumes the garden with its showy pink flowers, attracting bees and butterflies. Small oval leaves occur in clusters along the branches. The flowers are followed by numerous dime-sized peaches that are attractive to birds and wildlife, though not edible for humans. Desert Peach is a rarely grown, but very desirable, long-lived Western native shrub for the xeric garden.
  3. Prairie Coreopsis, Coreopsis palmata with yellow blooming flowers

    Prairie Coreopsis (Coreopsis palmata) is a beautiful, long-blooming wildflower that is especially useful for establishing in difficult areas with poor soils and dry conditions. Nativ...

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    Prairie Coreopsis Prairie Coreopsis Coreopsis palmata
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    Prairie Coreopsis (Coreopsis palmata) is a beautiful, long-blooming wildflower that is especially useful for establishing in difficult areas with poor soils and dry conditions. Native to the Midwest, the plant begins blooming in late spring with showy pale-yellow flowers that attract a variety of native bees and sulphur butterflies.
  4. Scaly Blazing Star, Liatris squarrosa

    Scaly Blazing Star (Liatris squarrosa) is a tall, summer-blooming native wildflower with pink to light purple flowers held loosely on sturdy flower spikes. One of the earliest Liatri...

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    Scaly Blazing Star Scaly Blazing Star Liatris squarrosa
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    Scaly Blazing Star (Liatris squarrosa) is a tall, summer-blooming native wildflower with pink to light purple flowers held loosely on sturdy flower spikes. One of the earliest Liatris species to bloom, it attracts native bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the nectar-rich flowers. A tough, drought-tolerant plant for low-maintenance xeric gardens.
  5. Deam's Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia fulgida v. deamii flowers blooming

    Deam’s Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida v. deamii) is an outstanding wildflower that blooms in mid-summer with a profusion of large, golden flower petals surrounding a black cen...

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    Deam's Black Eyed Susan Deam's Black Eyed Susan Rudbeckia fulgida v. deamii
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    Deam’s Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida v. deamii) is an outstanding wildflower that blooms in mid-summer with a profusion of large, golden flower petals surrounding a black center cone. Easy to grow and vigorous, it is considered the best of the seed-grown coneflowers because of its toughness, huge quantities of flowers, and sturdy, upright habit. A wonderful plant for prairie gardens that offers food and habitat for pollinators and birds.
  6. Compass Plant, Silphium laciniatum, close up of flower in full bloom

    A Great Plains native, Compass Plant (Silphium laciniatum) is a tough, long-lived prairie wildflower that loves lots of sun, with summer flowers that seem to climb the towering stem....

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    Compass Plant Compass Plant Silphium laciniatum
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    A Great Plains native, Compass Plant (Silphium laciniatum) is a tough, long-lived prairie wildflower that loves lots of sun, with summer flowers that seem to climb the towering stem. A must-have for habitat gardens, the flowers are highly attractive to native bees, while the fall ripening seeds are a favorite of seed-eating songbirds. Highly drought resistant once established, Compass Plants can live for decades.
  7. Wild Perennial Lupine, Lupinus perennis

    Wild Perennial Lupine (Lupinus perennis) is a showy native wildflower that blooms in late spring with spikes of blue and bluish-purple flowers. A plant for experienced gardeners, thi...

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    Wild Perennial Lupine Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis
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    Wild Perennial Lupine (Lupinus perennis) is a showy native wildflower that blooms in late spring with spikes of blue and bluish-purple flowers. A plant for experienced gardeners, this species must be planted in a sandy soil where it will pull nitrogen from the air and enrich the soil that surrounds it. Once established, it will naturalize, attracting bees, birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
  8. Rocky Mountain Goldenrod, Solidago multiradiata

    Rocky Mountain Goldenrod (Solidago multiradiata) is a wonderful native wildflower from Canada and the higher elevations of the Rocky Mountains. This compact, earlier-blooming Goldenr...

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    Rocky Mountain Goldenrod (Solidago) Rocky Mountain Goldenrod Solidago multiradiata
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    Rocky Mountain Goldenrod (Solidago multiradiata) is a wonderful native wildflower from Canada and the higher elevations of the Rocky Mountains. This compact, earlier-blooming Goldenrod has rounded clusters of bright yellow, summer-blooming flowers and broad, smooth leaves. Like all Goldenrods, this is an essential nectar plant for pollinating insects, and a good source of food plant for other beneficial insects.
  9. Western Sunflower, Helianthus occidentalis, grown plant grouping in bloom

    Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis) is a compact native perennial with large yellow-orange flowers. It blooms for many weeks in late summer, attracting a wide variety of inse...

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    Western Sunflower Western Sunflower Helianthus occidentalis
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    Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis) is a compact native perennial with large yellow-orange flowers. It blooms for many weeks in late summer, attracting a wide variety of insect pollinators and seed-eating songbirds. It spreads by rhizomes to form large colonies, so it’s a great solution for poor soil sites. Give it room to spread alongside other meadow or prairie flowers.
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