Cassi Saari
Environmental Services & Restoration
Round-headed bushclover & golden Alexanders
 

Round-headed bushclover & golden Alexanders

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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Great Design Plant: Golden Alexanders for Early Spring Color
Distinguishing traits. Golden Alexanders is low maintenance and adaptable, preferring full sun but also taking a bit of shade. It is host to several swallowtail butterfly species, including black swallowtail and the Missouri woodland swallowtail. How to use it. Planted en masse in groups of three to five or more is best, as the flowers themselves are small, even as plants produce copious amounts of blooms. It’s great for the middle or front of the border, and it’s a bright showoff in spring when little else is flowering. Also it has solid fall leaf color — a sort of plum-rust-red. It will self-sow lightly in open ground.

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rdennis60 added this to Exterior Ideas
June 10, 2014
Distinguishing traits. Golden Alexanders is low maintenance and adaptable, preferring full sun but also taking a bit of shade. It is host to several swallowtail butterfly species, including black swallowtail and the Missouri woodland swallowtail. How to use it. Planted en masse in groups of three to five or more is best, as the flowers themselves are small, even as plants produce copious amounts of blooms. It’s great for the middle or front of the border, and it’s a bright showoff in spring when little else is flowering. Also it has solid fall leaf color — a sort of plum-rust-red. It will self-sow lightly in open ground.
cmccolgan added this to garden
June 4, 2014
golden alexander
henysuhardiman added this to henysuhardiman's Ideas
June 4, 2014
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