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plants for dry sites with whorled milkweed

The full ecological benefit of native plants is easily achieved by choosing plants that are well-suited to the conditions where they will be planted. You'll be happier with the results, and so will the plants, when their soil and moisture needs are met naturally. This creates a garden that flourishes with minimal effort, and without soil amendments or additional resources, for years to come. Look for more information about soil types and growing conditions in our Resources & Guides section.

purple coneflower echinacea purpurea
Plants for Clay Soils
 
 
dotted mint monarda punctata
Plants for Dry Sandy Soils
 
 
red milkweed asclepias incarnata
Plants for Moist Areas
 
 
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