Notes: A. incarnata is one of our favorite species for wet areas in any garden or restoration project. It attracts pollinators like bumble bees, sweat...
Notes: A. syriaca are stunning and fragrant wildflowers that make perfect additions to sunny gardens and restoration sites. They propagate through seed dispersal as well...
Notes: A. tuberosa has a tuberous and firborous root system. The tuber is a large, specialized root that stores energy. As a result of this...
Notes: While not particularly appealing to monarch caterpillars due to the thin leaves, A. verticillata is still attractive to butterflies, bees, and wasps!
Notes: A. viridiflora is highly attractive to bees and excellent for monarch caterpillars thanks to its large leaves.