Low Ruellia (ruellia humilis): Ruellia humilis (wild petunia, fringeleaf wild petunia, hairy petunia, low wild petunia) is a species of flowering plant in the Acanthaceae, the acanthus family. It is native to the eastern United States. It is grown as an ornamental plant.  Ruellia humilis is native to the U.S. from the northeastern/northern central to the southeastern/southern central regions. According to the Germplasm Resources Information Network of the United States Department of…

Low Ruellia (ruellia humilis): Ruellia humilis (wild petunia, fringeleaf wild petunia, hairy petunia, low wild petunia) is a species of flowering plant in the Acanthaceae, the acanthus family. It is native to the eastern United States. It is grown as an ornamental plant. Ruellia humilis is native to the U.S. from the northeastern/northern central to the southeastern/southern central regions. According to the Germplasm Resources Information Network of the United States Department of…

Want an alternative to the over-planted Bradford Pear? Try native Allegheny Serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis). It produces brilliant white flowers in late spring and loads of red to purple berries in summer that are quite tasty to both humans and birds. Fall color can be great, too. Serviceberry grows to about 15 to 30 feet tall and wide, preferring moist to slightly dry soil in sun to partial shade. It’s native from Minnesota to Alabama east and north into Canada.

Want an alternative to the over-planted Bradford Pear? Try native Allegheny Serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis). It produces brilliant white flowers in late spring and loads of red to purple berries in summer that are quite tasty to both humans and birds. Fall color can be great, too. Serviceberry grows to about 15 to 30 feet tall and wide, preferring moist to slightly dry soil in sun to partial shade. It’s native from Minnesota to Alabama east and north into Canada.

Alabama has some of the most diverse fish in the nation. And many are more colorful than you might imagine. The two minnows shown are the...

Alabama has some of the most diverse fish in the nation. And many are more colorful than you might imagine. The two minnows shown are the...

Native American Creek Made Small Full Pheasant Wing Prayer Fan with Flat Beaded Handle - Prayer Fans are commonly given as a gift to heal the heart.  Ancient Americans used the feathers to send prayers to the heavens and draw healing power from the sky. The beautiful fan is handcrafted by a member of the Creek Tribe here in the American Southwest. Each is unique with regard to the feathers, buckskin, fur, and glass beads. 16" in length plus 8" fringe.  $74.95

Native American Creek Made Small Full Pheasant Wing Prayer Fan with Flat Beaded Handle - Prayer Fans are commonly given as a gift to heal the heart. Ancient Americans used the feathers to send prayers to the heavens and draw healing power from the sky. The beautiful fan is handcrafted by a member of the Creek Tribe here in the American Southwest. Each is unique with regard to the feathers, buckskin, fur, and glass beads. 16" in length plus 8" fringe. $74.95

Carex radiata Halifax (Halifax Radiate Sedge) : Carex radiata, aka Eastern star sedge, hails from much of the eastern part of North America from Canada south through Alabama, yet few gardeners ha...

Carex radiata 'Halifax'

Carex radiata Halifax (Halifax Radiate Sedge) : Carex radiata, aka Eastern star sedge, hails from much of the eastern part of North America from Canada south through Alabama, yet few gardeners ha...

Rhododendron maximum — also called great rhododendron, great laurel, rosebay rhododendron, American rhododendron or big rhododendron — is a species of Rhododendron native to eastern North America, from Nova Scotia south to northern Alabama.

Rhododendron maximum — also called great rhododendron, great laurel, rosebay rhododendron, American rhododendron or big rhododendron — is a species of Rhododendron native to eastern North America, from Nova Scotia south to northern Alabama.

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