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Foothills Sampler

Try our Foothills Sampler and
receive 10% OFF your next purchase.

Brief Description

Buy 10 Premium plants of 9 Foothills species for only $39.99 plus shipping

  • Plants to create 100 sq. ft. waterwise Foothills native habitat in your yard.
  • Order 3 Foothills Samplers and establish a 300 square foot wildlife corridor.
  • Order any 3 sampler kits and SAVE BIG ON SHIPPING.
    (See About Our Native Plants for how we ship)

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Sampler Kits Product List and Details

Foothills plants will do great with 15 to 20 inches of annual precipitation. We have selected 3 perennial flowers 6 shrubs for you to add in the corners of your Foothill landscape. These Foothill plants need 15-20 inches of water per year (a typical lawn in the Intermountain West will require 36 inches of water per year).

Scientific Name Common Name Quantity
Eriogonum umbellatumSulfur Buckwheat1
Penstemon richardsoniiCutleaf Beardtongue2
Penstemon strictusRocky Mountain Penstemon1
Holodiscus discolorOceanspray1
Philadelphus lewisiiMockorange1
Rhus trilobataOakleaf Sumac1
Ribes aureumGolden Currant1
Physocarpos malvaceusMallow Ninebark1
Prunus pumila besseyiWestern Sandcherry1

Our Premium plants are easy to plant and establish quickly. It may be necessary to substitute alternate Foothills plants in this sampler as the season progresses. Possible substitute species: Paeonia brownii, Callirhoe involucrata, Penstemon attenuatus, Rhus glabra, Crataegus douglasii, Prunus virginiana, Rosa woodsii.


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