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Achillea Species
Achillea millefolium

Native plant. I have white ones to offer as plants; seed might be hybridized with a red variety.
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Allium Species
Allium x proliferum
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Asparagus
Asparagus officinalis

Also makes a nice landscape plant!
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Callicarpa Species
Callicarpa americana
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Coreopsis Species
Coreopsis lanceolata

Native plant
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Echinacea
Echinacea purpurea

The plants I have are 'Magnus'; seed likely won't be exactly true, but should be extremely similar to 'Magnus'. Seed is very easy to start.
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Rough Horsetail
Equisetum hyemale

Native plant that loves moist to wet soil and will tolerate flooding. It does spread, so place carefully. Can be contained by sinking a large plastic nursery pot in the garden.
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Fresh Eggs Chicken
Can trade fresh eggs if in season and you are not interested in my have list
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Helianthus Species
Helianthus angustifolius

Native plant. Wet to moist soil. Tolerates coastal flooding. A spactacular show late in the season - has been known to stop traffic!
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Helianthus Species
Helianthus tuberosus

Native plant. Tubers are edible. Attracts goldfinches. Has tolerated coastal flooding.
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Water Pennywort
Hydrocotyle umbellata

Nice wetland or marginal pond plant. Native! Also makes an interesting houseplant!
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Iris
Naturally occurring hybrid of native iris species. Various colors, not sure which you would get unless it is currently flowering (not the best time for shipping, though). Soils can vary from average/moist to wet/pond marginal. Has tolerated coastal fooding. See http://www.louisianas.org/publications/Summer2007a.pdf
'Louisiana iris' Seeds, Plants, Roots, Tubers and Bulbs
Summer Snowflake
Leucojum aestivum
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Opuntia Species
Opuntia stricta

Pretty sure this is the species I have. Establishes super easy from broken pads. (Collected wild in SE Virginia, so I suppose there is a small chance it could be from an old homestead and could be a different species)
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Oxalis Species
Oxalis crassipes

Have plenty.
'Rosea' Plants, Roots, Tubers and Bulbs Image
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Physostegia Species
Physostegia virginiana

Native plant. Moist to wet soil. Tolerates coastal flooding.
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English Rose
Rosa
'Dark Lady' Cuttings Image
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China-Bengale Rose
Rosa

Carefree in my garden.
'Louis Philippe' Cuttings Image
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Shrub
Rosa

Carefree in my garden, with a nice scent. Non-stop blooms
'Sweet Drift' Cuttings Image
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Rudbeckia Species
Rudbeckia fulgida

Native plant.
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Solidago Species
Solidago altissima

Have plenty of rosettes in the winter/spring. I think it is S. altissima; it could be S. canadensis. Mine blooms very late in the season and is a brilliant yellow. Soils can be dryish to somewhat wet. It does spread very easily by rizomes, so it is not for a small formal garden. But makes for a fabulous display in a larger garden or meadow! Would likely be contained by a buried large nursery pot if desired. (Note - goldenrods do NOT cause hay fever. They just bloom at the same time as the plant that does (ragweed), which is not a very noticable plant, so people blame the goldenrod.
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Tulbaghia Species
Tulbaghia violacea
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Viola Species
Viola sororia

Purple flowering. Starts blooming early in the spring. So cheery!
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