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Meadow Phlox, Wild Sweet William

Meadow Phlox, Wild Sweet William (Phlox maculata)

A beautiful North American native flower that can be found growing in meadows and woodland areas. The lush flower clusters are a magnet for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Remove the faded flowers to encourage more blooms or allow to go to seed if seeking to naturalize an area.

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage (Salvia farinacea)

Dainty blooms cluster along solitary stems in a long season display. A nice companion to plants with bigger, bolder blooms or broad-leaves. Brings vertical interest to mixed plantings without overwhelming.

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage 'Victoria Blue' (Salvia farinacea)

Thrives in difficult hot, dry locations where other plants fail! This Salvia makes a nice companion to plants with bigger, bolder blooms or broad-leaves. The blue color and gray-green foliage create a cool, relaxing feeling on a hot day. Brings vertical interest to mixed plantings…

Mecardonia

Mecardonia (Mecardonia hybrid)

A lush, low carpet of foliage sprinkled with bright yellow flowers. Makes a great understory planting surrounding taller plants or a groundcover along a walk or garden bed. The trailing habit fills in areas quickly and also looks fantastic trailing from a hanging basket or patio…

Melinis

Melinis 'Savannah' (Melinis nerviglumis)

Melinis is a genus of clump-forming annual and perennial grasses from the savanna grasslands of tropical Africa and Southeast Asia. The fine textured, blue-green foliage of this clump-forming variety is topped with showy ruby-red seed heads in summer. The foliage transitions to…

Mexican Bush Sage, Velvet Sage

Mexican Bush Sage, Velvet Sage (Salvia leucantha)

Gracefully arching stems are adorned with velvety flower spikes. Shows excellent tolerance to hot, dry weather. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and bees to the garden.

Mexican Sunflower

Mexican Sunflower (Tithonia rotundifolia)

A great selection for hot, dry locations. Mexican Sunflowers are native to the arid regions of Central and South America. This is one of the best flowers available for enticing a steady stream of butterflies to the garden. Plant near a patio or porch to enjoy these lovely visitors up…

Mexican Zinnia

Mexican Zinnia 'Profusion' (Zinnia haageana)

This award-winning Zinnia gets the name “Profusion” for its fantastic abundance of blooms from summer into autumn. It’s a great choice for adding continuous spots of color among perennial plants or in combination plantings. The spreading plant habit makes a great seasonal…

Mimulus, Monkey Flower

Mimulus, Monkey Flower (Mimulus hybrida)

A fun, colorful addition to the garden or grown in patio planters. This plant gets its common name from the flower buds that, with a bit of imagination, resemble the face of a monkey. The large tubular flowers create great color impact and are welcome sight to hummingbirds.

Mini Petunia

Mini Petunia (Petunia x hybrida)

All the colorful, flowering abundance of standard petunias, but with daintier flowers and no need to mess with removal of spent blooms. Wonderful for mixed container plantings or small pockets of garden space. Many mini petunia varieties are trailing, making them especially…