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  1. Hairy Grama Grass with eyelash-like flowers,  Bouteloua hirsuta

    Hairy Grama Grass (Bouteloua hirsuita) is a small-growing native grass that thrives in poor soils and blooms in summer with cheery eyelash-like flowers. This xeric plant is an excell...

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    Hairy Grama Grass Hairy Grama Grass Bouteloua hirsuita
    Regular Price $11.99 Sale $10.79
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
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    Hairy Grama Grass (Bouteloua hirsuita) is a small-growing native grass that thrives in poor soils and blooms in summer with cheery eyelash-like flowers. This xeric plant is an excellent addition to waterwise gardens, for groundcover and textural accents that provide visual interest year-round. It will reseed and naturalize over time, but is not appetizing to deer.
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  2. Agastache Tango with bright orange flowers, Photo Courtesy of Jelitto

    ‘Tango’ Agastache (Agastache aurantiaca) is a compact, cold hardy, native hybrid perennial that blooms all season long. This dwarf variety features a profusion of bright orange f...

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    Tango Agastache Tango Hummingbird Mint Agastache aurantiaca Tango
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    ‘Tango’ Agastache (Agastache aurantiaca) is a compact, cold hardy, native hybrid perennial that blooms all season long. This dwarf variety features a profusion of bright orange flower with hints of pale purple, and exotic-looking nectar rich flowers attract hummingbirds and bumblebees. Both the flowers and foliage have a strong minty scent when touched, and aromatic foliage helps to deter deer and rabbits. Also known as Hummingbird Mint or Hyssop.
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New For 2020

For 2020, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. "The plants we offer are easy-to-grow, beautiful, and adaptable to a wide range of climates, cold hardiness and low-water conditions," said chief horticulturist David Salman. "Our plants celebrate the concept that landscape and garden plants should reflect the natural beauty and growing conditions of each local climate.”

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