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Dieteria asteroides. Fall tansyaster. Native herbaceous perennial shrub. Easy and spreads readily. Almost always in bloom, Moth larval host, great butterfly/pollinator host plant. Full sun/partial shade.

Easy and spreads readily. Almost always in bloom, Moth larval host, great butterfly/pollinator host plant.

Dalea wrightii. Wright's prairie clover. Native herbaceous perennial shrub. Tiny, long lived perennial species w/huge yellow flower spikes. Butterfly larval host. Bee pollinated. Full sun/part shade.

Tiny, long lived perennial species w/huge yellow flower spikes. Full sun/part shade.

Senna hirsuta var. glaberrima. Slimpod Senna. Native herbaceous perennial shrub. Butterfly larval source. Better alternative to Australian Sennas, which have toxins that kill young caterpillars. Very showy flowers. Upright growth habit. Full sun/part shade. Fast grower.

Senna hirsuta var. glaberrima. Slimpod Senna. Native herbaceous perennial shrub. Butterfly larval source. Better alternative to Australian Sennas, which have toxins that kill young caterpillars. Very showy flowers. Upright growth habit. Full sun/part shade. Fast grower.

Stevia lemmonii. Lemmon Candy-leaf. Native  deciduous perennial shrub. A Forest Service Species of Concern. Shortlived but beautiful plant. Attracts pollinators and butterflies. Part shade.

A Forest Service Species of Concern. Shortlived but beautiful plant. Attracts pollinators and butterflies.

Brickellia rusbyi. Rusby’s bricklebush. Native herbaceous perennial. Native 5-8000 ft. Great pollinator and moth larval host. Fragrant flowers at night. Xeric once established. Part shade.

Rusby’s bricklebush. Great pollinator and moth larval host. Fragrant flowers at night. Xeric once established.

Solidago wrightii. Wright’s Goldenrod. Native  herbaceous perennial. Great nectar source for pollinators. Forms a patch. Attractive foliage. Part shade.

Wright’s Goldenrod. Great nectar source for pollinators.

Dalea candida (White prairie clover)Often occuring in patches, these perennials bear at least 8-10 slender, 1-2 ft. stems and groups of short, narrow leaflets. Tiny, individual flowers cluster around a cylinder-like cone. Several branched stems with smooth, bright green leaves, and dense spikes of white, bilaterally symmetrical flowers. The bright, white flowers start as a ring around the base of the cone and work upward as the season advances.

Dalea candida (White prairie clover)Often occuring in patches, these perennials bear at least 8-10 slender, 1-2 ft. stems and groups of short, narrow leaflets. Tiny, individual flowers cluster around a cylinder-like cone. Several branched stems with smooth, bright green leaves, and dense spikes of white, bilaterally symmetrical flowers. The bright, white flowers start as a ring around the base of the cone and work upward as the season advances.

Poliomentha incana. Rosemary Mint. Northern AZ native evergreen deciduous herbaceous perennial shrub. Great fragrance to foliage. Makes a delicious and refreshing tea. Very hardy. Full sun. Slow/moderate grower.

Great fragrance to foliage. Makes a delicious and refreshing tea. Very hardy.

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