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Delicate herb, feathery leaves, showy pink flowers; native to pine savannahs. Low salt tolerance.
Attractive herb, upright long narrow leaves, striking tri-petaled white flowers.
Similar to S. lancifolia, but with arrow shaped leaves. Very low salt tolerance.
Small deciduous tree, often with irregularly shaped trunk and arching branches; leaves glaucus beneath.
Fast growing multi stemmed tree; good for stream bank stabilization.
Deciduous shrub or small tree, leaves have silky undersides.
Medium to large deciduous shrub with large umbels of white flowers and conspicuous purple to black fruits.
Small to medium sized deciduous tree with three distinct leaf patterns. All parts of the tree are fragrant and it bears blue-black drupes in the late summer.
Heart shaped leaves and interesting recumbent flower spikes. Low salt tolerance.
An important widespread native grass; bluish green in early summer, turning a rich tan-brown and wine-red in fall.
Rush of medium height with lateral clustered spikelets. Low salt tolerance.
Rush of medium height with lateral clustered spikelets.
Sedge with robust seed heads densely clustered near stem tips. High salt tolerance.
A tall rush with reddish spikelets in branched clusters.
Tall grass-like sedge with large fuzzy seed heads.
Salt tolerant goldenrod, yellow flowers.
Tall native grass with golden plume-like head, turns reddish in winter.
Marsh plant surviving in up to 12" of water colonizing by rhizome.
Very tall robust marsh grass.
High marsh grass, salt tolerant.
Shrub of bogs, wet meadows, and low woodlands; pink flowers.
Showy perennial herb with a basil cluster of dark green leaves, numerous broad light blue to purple flowers.
A showy shrub or small tree with numerous white and gold bell shaped flowers in late spring.
Erect colonizing multi-stemmed shrub, coral colored berries.
Late and long blooming aster of the woods edge. White blooms with maroon and yellow centers.
Inflorescence a many-headed panicle, large showy violet flowers.
Woody stemmed dense bush forming herbaceous perennial with numerous blue to purple flowers in autumn.