Lincoln Conservation District

801 E 5th Street – Suite 2, Canton, SD 57013 | Office Phone: 605-987-2624 | Email:lincolncd@sdconservation.net

Garden Perennials

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Daylily ‘Frans Hals’

(Hemerocallis ‘Frans Hals’)

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Bicolor flowers with orange and bright reddish-copper petals with creamy orange midribs. Six-pointed star form. Ruffled petals, green throat. Long-blooming. Flower color is better when grown in partial sun. Grows to 24″.

Daylily ‘Chicago Apache’

(Hemerocallis ‘Chicago Apache’)

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Scarlet red petals with yellow to green throat. Blooms late July to August with a 5″ bloom, 15″ flower spike, 12″ plant.

Daylily ‘My Melinda’

(Hemerocallis ‘My Melinda’)

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Rosy pink petals with pale pink midribs and a small yellow band in center. Petals slightly curved with a 4″ bloom, 12″ flower spike, and 10″ plant.

Daylily ‘Stella de Oro’

(Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’)

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America’s most popular daylily. Easy to grow. Abundant golden yellow flowers appear in early summer. Reblooms until fall. Grows to 18″.

Daylily ‘Spellbinder’

(Hemerocallis ‘Spellbinder’)

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A real show stopper. One of the longest blooming daylilies! One of the first to bloom and continues through summer. Large, radiant golden-orange flowers and pest resistant foliage.

Daylily ‘Bells of Gold’

(Hemerocallis ‘Bells of Gold’)

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Early bloomer produces beautiful cadmium orange flowers in abundance. Flower stalks are strongly vertical.

Daylily ‘Ice Carnival’

(Hemerocallis ‘Ice Carnival’)

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Large, fragrant, reblooming daylily that shimmers in the sun. Near-white petals with a pale yellow watermark and lime green throat.

Daylily ‘Hyperion’

(Hemerocallis ‘Hyperion’)

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Lemon yellow blossoms with a tiny green throat. Trumpet flower form. When viewed from the side it has the shape of a lily. Sweetly fragrant, like Easter Lilies. Very tall flower stalks. Cultivated for over 80 years. (Photo credit: Walters Garden Catalog)

Daylily ‘Rocket City’

(Hemerocallis ‘Rocket City’)

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Large, bittersweet orange flowers with burnt orange eye. Very easy to grow.

Daylily ‘Yellow’

(Hemerocallis sp.)

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Reliable producer of huge yellow flowers that contract nicely with dark green foliage. Very fragrant. Largest bloom.

Daylily, Tawny

(Hemerocallis fulva)

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Grandma’s favorite! This old-time daylily produces huge quantities of orange flowers which bloom for up to 1.5 months in midsummer. Spreads slowly to form a small colony. Tolerates full sun to partial shade. Could be used for bank stabilization. Absolutely hardy!

Feather Reed Grass ‘Karl Foerster’

(Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’)

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A cool season bunch grass. Strong, erect growth habit remains upright, even in winter. Attractive seedhead. 2001 Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year. Grows 4-5 feet.

Iris Siberian ‘Caesar’s Brother’

(Iris sibirica ‘Caesar’s Brother’)

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Old standby variety produces beautiful violet blue flowers which contrast nicely with dark green leaves. Adds a vertical element to yard or garden. Good landscape plant. A “never fail” Siberian Iris.

Rudbeckia ‘Goldstrum’

(Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldstrum’)

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Large, golden-yellow daisy-like flowers with brown-black center. Strong upright growth. Easy to grow. Long bloom season. Attracts butterflies. 1999 Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year. Grows 2′ x 2′.

Salvia ‘May Night’

(Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’)

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Dense spikes of deep violet-purple flowers. Blooms over a long period which can be extended by dead-heading. Gray-green foliage. Attracts native pollinators.

Flax, ‘Appar’

(Linum perenne ‘Appar’)

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NRCS selection. Introduced from Eurasia. Produces beautiful sky-blue flowers in early summer. Hardy perennial resists drought and winter cold. Can spread by seed. Grows 1-2′ tall.

Lady’s Mantle

(Alchemilla mollis)

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The fuzzy leaves of this species catch the tiny dew droplets that glimmer in the morning sun. Foliage is soft gray-green and nearly round with deep lobes. Produces sprays of tiny, yellow-green flowers in spring. Best planted in full shade to partial sun.

Pasque Flower, Hybrid

(Pulsatilla patens)

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Hybrid, similar to native pasque flower but produces a larger, more deep purple bloom. The plant seems to show hybrid vigor in a larger-sized planter.

Sage, Russian

(Perovskia atriplicifolia)

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A herbaceous perennial that grows 3′ tall and 3′ wide. Delicate textured foliage is silver, later turning grayish green. Lavender flower spikes rise above the foliage from early summer to mid-fall. Prefers full sun and dry to average moisture on well-drained soil. Cut back in late winter. Deer resistant and attracts butterflies.

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’

(Sedum ‘Herbstfreude’)

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Spectacular autumn display of large rosy-salmon flowers. Attracts butterflies and pollinators. Easy to grow and drought tolerant. Seedheads add winter interest. Most popular tall sedum. Grows 2′ tall.

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