Native plants are a great addition to any garden. They produce flowers, fruits, and seeds throughout the year that can create a beautiful, natural look and attract wildlife such as birds, butterflies and other pollinators to your yard.
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Big Blue Stem
Flat leaves emerge gray to blue green in spring, mature to green with red tinges in summer & turn reddish bronze with lavender tones in autumn after frost. In late summer flowering stems arise bearing purplish 3-parted, finger-like flower clusters. Native to Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec & Saskatchewan.
Forest green, glossy, pointy leaves turn an outstanding crimson in the fall. Furrowed black bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape. One of the most spectacular and reliable fall coloring trees, turning brilliant shades of red and orange, and a very neat, pyramidal habit of growth. Native to Ontario.
Pretty leaves open chartreuse in spring and filter light into a golden shade that is one of this trees most attractive attributes. The autumn color is a subtle orange to yellow and, as the leaves are small, there is rarely much litter in winter. Blue Beech is a native, large shrub or small tree with a widespreading, flat-topped crown.