Butterfly Weed, is easily grown in dry to well drained soils in full sun. Very drought tolerant and will do well in the porrest of soils. Grows 12 to 18" tall by 18 - 24 across. Bright orange flowers are an important source of nectar for many butterflies and leaves are a food source for monarch butterfly larvae.
Blue False Indigo grows 36 to 48" tall by 36" wide. A long lived durable native perennial for well drained soil in full sun. With no serious insect or disease issues this Native Plant is sure to be a garden favorite. There are also many other selections and strains in a variety of colors to choose from.
New Jersey Tea is a low, upright, Native Shrub, It grows about 3' tall by 3' wide. The dried leaves were used during colonial times to make tea. This New Jersey Native Shrub attracts butterflies for its nector and birds for its edible seeds. Grows best in part shade and in any well draind soil.
Wild Geranium is a clum-forming New Jersey Native perennial. It grows best on woods edge or in woodland gardens. Plants grow to 18" tall by 18" wide under ideal conditions. Liliac pink flowers May and June. Deer Resistiant, use in mass for an easy, carefree groundcover.
Lowbush Blueberry forms low thickets 8-15" tall, they grow best in sun to part shade, expect berry production to drop as shade increases. Plants prefer a well drained acidic soil. Berries in summer are enjoyed by most birds, mammals as well as homeowners. One of the best berries for Blueberry Pie
Yellowroot forms a mat-like, bullet-proof Native groundcover, this spreading shrub is a food source for native pollinators. interesting golden - maroon fall foliage, no known pests and durable habit make this New Jersey Native a winner for most gardens.