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For 2022, 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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  1. High Country Gardens Signature Collection

    Our High Country Gardens Signature Collection features four of our most highly recommended perennials that exemplify our goals for sustainable, habitat-friendly gardens, including Ag...

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    High Country Gardens Signature Collection High Country Gardens Signature Collection
    $42.26
    Per Collection of 4
    Our High Country Gardens Signature Collection features four of our most highly recommended perennials that exemplify our goals for sustainable, habitat-friendly gardens, including Agastache, Penstemon, Prairie Zinnia, and Grama Grass introductions. High Country Gardens shows gardeners the possibilities of xeriscaping with native drought-resistant plants. Our plants are chosen for their hardiness, beauty, and support of habitat creation for wildlife and pollinators. Collection of 4 plants.
  2. Prairie Sagebrush, Artemisia frigida

    Artemisia frigida, also called Prairie Sagebrush or called Fringed Sage, is a lovely Western native enjoyed for its soft, fragrant silver foliage and low-growing habit. Tufted, silky...

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    Artemisia frigida Prairie Sagebrush Artemisia frigida
    $8.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Artemisia frigida, also called Prairie Sagebrush or called Fringed Sage, is a lovely Western native enjoyed for its soft, fragrant silver foliage and low-growing habit. Tufted, silky foliage grows from tough, woody crowns, and tiny yellow flowers bloom subtly in summer. It is an excellent groundcover and complements a soothing silvery color palette. A tough perennial that grows well in dry, well-drained soil.
  3. Utah Century Plant, Agave utahensis

    One of the most cold-tolerant Agaves, Utah Century Plant (Agave utahensis) forms an attractive rosette of rosette of blue succulent evergreen leaves that fade to olive green at the t...

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    Utah Century Plant (Agave) Utah Century Plant Agave utahensis
    $9.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    One of the most cold-tolerant Agaves, Utah Century Plant (Agave utahensis) forms an attractive rosette of rosette of blue succulent evergreen leaves that fade to olive green at the tips, with small teeth lining the margins. Once mature, this Agave will produce yellow flowers on towering flower spikes 6-12 feet tall. Thanks to its compact size, this is a great choice for rock gardens and outdoor containers.
  4. 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
    $14.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    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.
  5. Silver Satin New Mexico Privet, Forestiera neomexicana 'Silver Satin'

    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. 'Silver Satin' New Mexico Privet (Forestiera neomexicana) is a standout in the landscape with its unusually colored foliage. An outstanding native ...

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    Silver Satin New Mexico Privet Silver Satin New Mexico Privet Forestiera neomexicana 'Silver Satin'
    $14.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. 'Silver Satin' New Mexico Privet (Forestiera neomexicana) is a standout in the landscape with its unusually colored foliage. An outstanding native shrub selection for low-water landscapes and xeric gardens, mature plants develop a canopy of silky gray leaves by mid-summer. 'Silver Satin' is a male plant and an excellent pollinator pair for 'Berry Girl' New Mexico Privet. A High Country Gardens introduction.
  6. Zig Zag Blue Grama Grass, Bouteloua gracilis 'Zig Zag' PPAF

    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. Zig Zag Grama Grass (Bouteloua x 'Zig Zag' PPAF) will be the star of your summer garden. It has a very compact habit and blooms with a profusion of...

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    Zig Zag Blue Grama Grass Zig Zag Blue Grama Grass Bouteloua gracilis 'Zig Zag' PPAF
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. Zig Zag Grama Grass (Bouteloua x 'Zig Zag' PPAF) will be the star of your summer garden. It has a very compact habit and blooms with a profusion of horizontal eyebrow-like flowers in mid-summer. The flowers ripen to a light tan color, curl upward on the flower spike, and hold on the plant through winter, providing months of flowers and seed heads. This native grass is a fantastic long-lived companion plant for all types of perennials and grasses in low-water gardens. A High Country Gardens Introduction.
  7. Deam's Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia fulgida v. deamii

    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
    $12.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    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.
  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
    $13.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    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. Basin Junior Wildrye, Leymus salinus 'Salane'

    Basin Junior Wildrye (Leymus salinus 'Salane') is a native perennial grass that forms a dense clump of narrow, slivery-green foliage. Subtle pale-yellow seeds emerge above the foliag...

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    Basin Junior Wildrye Basin Junior Wildrye Leymus salinus 'Salane'
    $14.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Basin Junior Wildrye (Leymus salinus 'Salane') is a native perennial grass that forms a dense clump of narrow, slivery-green foliage. Subtle pale-yellow seeds emerge above the foliage on tall, thin spikes and mature to a sandy hue. This drought-tolerant Western native grass and thrives in hot, dry, rocky sites and high elevations.
  10. Mini Oat Grass, Poa secunda v. juncifolia

    Mini Oat Grass (Poa secunda v. juncifolia) is a Western native grass with blue-green foliage. Seeds emerge on stiff foliage and open up to create pale feathery fronds. In summer dry ...

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    Mini Oat Grass (Poa) Mini Oat Grass Poa secunda v. juncifolia
    $13.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Mini Oat Grass (Poa secunda v. juncifolia) is a Western native grass with blue-green foliage. Seeds emerge on stiff foliage and open up to create pale feathery fronds. In summer dry season, grass matures to a warm gold hue. A highly resilient and drought-resistant grass that serves as a host plant for many butterflies, its upright habit and seed textures are a beautiful addition to waterwise landscapes, including high elevations.
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