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The Cornucopia Project Educational Farm

49 Vose Farm Road
Corner of Vose Farm Road and Route 202
PETERBOROUGH, NH 03458

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Natasha Meehan, Leigh Mae MacLellan
The Cornucopia Project
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2021 Native Plant Sale for Beneficial Insects and Pollinators

The Cornucopia Project is offering a variety of native flowering plants to support native pollinators and beneficial insects. They can be used in home perennial gardens or to diversify meadows to provide our native insect populations the food sources and habitat they prefer. All plants grown in gallon containers. Order now for pickup August 7th.

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American Indigo - Baptisia australis

(0 available)

Blue False Indigo. Slow growing dense clump forming perennial with blue lupine like flowers in early summer to 4'. May not flower until 2nd year. Established plants are as tall as they are wide,

0 $10.00 each

American Indigo - Baptisia tinctoria

Yellow False Indigo. Similar to Blue False Indigo but with yellow flowers and growing to only 2'. May not flower until 2nd year.

0 $10.00 each

Anise Hyssop - Agastache foeniculum

(3 available)

Mint-like plant with purple flowers atop 2-4ft stems. Mild and sweet licorice flavor, great for teas and other drinks, edible flowers. Flowers the first year and all summer long. May not overwinter reliably in wetter soil.

3 $10.00 each

Aster - Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

Calico Aster. Dense racemes of small white to lavender blooms with pale yellow to mauve centers bloom from August to October. 2 feet in height. 50% chance of flowers the first year.

3 $10.00 each

Aster - Symphyotrichum novae-angliae

(8 available)

New England Aster. Purple to pink flowers with yellow centers. Blooms to 5 feet from late August through October. May not flower the first year.

8 $10.00 each

Beardtongue - Penstemon digitalis

(4 available)

Foxglove Beardtongue. White to light pink spikes of flowers 3 to 4 feet in height bloom in early summer. Prefers drier soils. Likely to flower the first year.

4 $10.00 each

Beardtongue - Penstemon hirsutus

(4 available)

Hairy Beardtongue. Pale pink to lavender and white spikes of flowers to 2 feet bloom in late spring. Likely to flower the first year.

4 $10.00 each

Bee Balm - Monarda fistulosa

(11 available)

Wild Bergamot. Native wildflower species with delicate pale lavender flowers and with thyme-scented foliage. 2-3' tall. Hardy perennial flowering the first year.

11 $10.00 each

Bee Balm - Monarda punctata

(11 available)

Spotted Bergamot. Lavender-pink and beige flowers dotted with maroon with showy pale green to lavender bracts. Up to 2 feet in height. Likely to flower the first year.

11 $10.00 each

Blazing Star - Liatris spicata

(4 available)

Dense Blazing Star or Gayfeather. Purple spikes bloom in mid to late Summer. Up to 5 feet. Tolerates a wide range of soil types. May flower the first year.

4 $10.00 each

Bluestem Grass - Schizachyrium scoparium

(5 available)

Little Bluestem. Clump forming bunch grass, growing to 3ft with blue-green foliage in summer and turning copper-crimson in the fall. Great habitat for beetles and bumble bee queens. Trim off seed heads to prevent seeding in gardens.

5 $10.00 each

Boneset - Eupatorium perfoliatum

(13 available)

Clusters of small white flowers on 3 to 4 foot stems, blooming from July to September. Prefers moist to wet soils. May flower the first year.

13 $10.00 each

Coneflower - Echinacea pallida

(3 available)

Pale Purple Coneflower. Has lighter lavender purple flowers with narrower, more downwardly reflexed ray petals than the more common coneflower. Flowers to 3'. Tolerates dry conditions. May flower the first year.

3 $10.00 each

Coneflower - Echinacea purpurea

(13 available)

Purple Coneflower. Classic native eastern coneflower with rose-purple petals. Flowers to 4'. 50% chance of bloom the first year. Hardy peremmial.

13 $10.00 each

Coreopsis - Coreopsis lanceolata

(16 available)

Bright yellow 2-3" blooms atop 18-24" stems. Forms a solid clump. Hardy perennial. 50% chance of bloom the first year.

16 $10.00 each

Golden Alexanders - Zizia aurea

(10 available)

Yellow umbels of flowers in late spring to early summer to 2 feet. Flowers the second year.

10 $10.00 each

Goldenrod - Solidago odora

Licorice Scented Goldenrod. Clump forming species flowers grouped in loose panicles in late summer to 3 feet. Likely to bloom the first year.

7 $10.00 each

Joe Pye Weed - Eutrochium maculatum

Deep dusky mauve to pink panicles atop 4 to 6 foot stems, blooming from July to September. Does not like dry soil. Chance of bloom the first year.

7 $10.00 each

Lupine - Lupinus perennis

(11 available)

Wild Lupine. Food source for the caterpillars of our endangered state butterly, the Karner Blue. Blue to lavender spikes of pea-like flowers to 2' in early summer, second year. Tolerates dry soils well, does not tolerate wet conditions.

11 $10.00 each

Milkweed, Asciepias incarnata

(6 available)

Rose or Swamp Milkweed. Clump forming milkweed with deep pink blooms. Height to 4'. Prefers moist soils. Likely to bloom the first year.

6 $10.00 each

Milkweed - Asciepias syriaca

(9 available)

Common milkweed. Pale pink to lavender flowers in drooping clusters through most of the summer. Spreads by rhizomes that can be difficult to eradicate and therefore better suited for open fields than gardens. Height 3-4 ft. Tolerates a range of soil types.

9 $10.00 each

Milkweed - Asciepias tuberosa

(4 available)

Butterfly weed. Has yellow-orange to orange-red flowers in upright clusters. Forms a taproot and is more compact than the common species; height to 2 feet. Prefers drier soils. Likely to bloom first year.

4 $10.00 each

Mountain Mint - Pycnanthemum muticum

(4 available)

Clustered Mountain Mint. Mint species with pale pink to lavender flowers in summer with smooth light green ovate leaves. Like most mints, forms colonies and will take over a spece. Height to 3 feet. Flowers first year.

4 $10.00 each

Mountain Mint - Pycnanthemum tenuifolium

(5 available)

Narrow Leaved Mountain Mint. Fine leaved mint species with white flowers during summer. Like most mints, spreads by rhizomes, but less aggressively than culinary mints. Height to 2 feet. Flowers first year.

5 $10.00 each

Oxeye - Heliopsis helianthoides

False Early Sunflower. Mini yellow centered sunflowers on 5 foot stems through the summer. May flower the first year.

19 $10.00 each

Verbena - Verbena hastata

(0 available)

Blue Vervain. Airy stemmy plant with dense 5 inch spikes of small deep purple flowers atop 5 foot stems that bloom from midsummer to fall. Likely to flower the first year.

0 $10.00 each

Wild Onion - Allium cernuum

(13 available)

Nodding onions, forms loose umbels of light lavender flowers in July (second year)..Height to 18". Tolerates partial shade.

13 $10.00 each
$9,999.99

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    Cornucopia Project
    49 Vose Farm Road, Suite 110
    Peterborough, NH 03458

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