KS

Wild Ones

A national not-for-profit organization with local chapters that teaches about the many benefits of growing native wildflowers.

Missouri Prairie Foundation - Grow Native!

A regional resource for the lower Midwest region

Kansas Native Plant Society; University of Kansas

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Database

An online source of native plant information

Bladder-Pod Beeplant

Also known as Bladderpod. A shrub that grows to 5 feet high and 6 feet wide. It produces yellow flowers, followed by fruits that become hollow when dried. It can tolerate poor soil conditions and is drought tolerant. 

Corky-Stem Passion-Flower

A low-climbing vine or informal groundcover sporting intricate green flowers, followed by dark purple fruit. An important host plant for native butterflies.

Turkey-Berry

Common Chamise

A shrub that grows up to 10 feet high and 6 feet wide. It produces small, white flowers during the summer followed by bird-friendly seeds. It is drought tolerant and can tolerate full sun. 

Vine Maple

A multi-stemmed understory shrub or small tree with sprawling branches that reroot, sometimes forming a clump or thicket. Usually reaching about 20 feet in height, Vine Maple bears wine-red flowers in spring and provides fall color. 

Tree Sparkle-Berry

Also known as Farkleberry. The largest blueberry species in North America, this large shrub or small tree normally grows 8-10 feet tall and wide, though large specimens can reach dimensions of up to 30 feet. It's twisting branches bear white, bell-shaped flowers followed by shiny black berries.

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