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Viola-pedata
Viola pedata

Birdsfoot violet

PERENNIAL, Full sun, Mar-May, Purple, 3-6 inches North American Range: Eastern and Central US Nebraska Range: South Central Soil type:  Sandy, gravelly, well drained soils Moisture:  Dry to medium Uses and Description: Pollinator, Drought tolerant, deer tolerant Seeds per ounce … Continued

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Veronicastrum virginicum

Culver's root

PERENNIAL, Full sun to part shade, May-Aug, White, 4-7 ft North American Range: Eastern and Central US Nebraska Range: Eastern Tallgrass Soil type:  Average, well drained soil Moisture:  Medium to wet Uses and Description: Pollinator, Tolerates wet soil Seeds per … Continued

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Vernonia-baldwinnii
Vernonia baldwinnii

Western ironweed

PERENNIAL, Full sun, July-Sept, Purple, 3 ft North American Range: Central US Nebraska Range: Statewide Soil type:  Wide range of soils tolerated Moisture:  Medium Uses and Description: Pollinator, Seeds per ounce 24,000, Seeds per packet 200, Germination: CM(60)

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Verbena-stricta
Verbena stricta

Hoary vervain

PERENNIAL, Full sun to part shade, May-Sept, Blue, 2-4 ft North American Range: Nationwide Nebraska Range: Statewide Soil type:  Wide range of soils tolerated Moisture:  Dry to medium Uses and Description: Pollinator, wildlife attractant, Drought tolerant Seeds per ounce 28,000, Seeds per … Continued

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Verbena hastata

Blue vervain

PERENNIAL, , , , North American Range: Nebraska Range: Soil type: Moisture: Uses and Description: , Seeds per ounce 93,000, Seeds per packet 750, Germination:

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Tradescantia-occidentalis-var.-occidentalis
Tradescantia occidentalis var. occidentalis western spiderwort

PERENNIAL, Full sun, May-Jul, Blue to lavender, to 1.5 ft North American Range: Central, Great Plains Nebraska Range: Statewide Soil type:  Sandy Moisture:  Dry Uses and Description: Butterfly gardens, borders, prairie restoration, Attracts pollinators; especially valuable to native bees. Tolerant … Continued

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Thelypteris-palustris-var.-pubescens
Thelypteris palustris var. pubescens marsh fern

PERENNIAL, Full sun to part shade, , , 1-2 ft North American Range: Eastern and Central US Nebraska Range: Eastern Tallgrass, Sandhills, and South Central Soil type:  Sand, clay, or loam Moisture:  Wet to medium Uses and Description: Rain garden, … Continued

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Solidago-speciosa-var.-rigidiuscula
Solidago speciosa var. rigidiuscula

Showy-wand goldenrod

PERENNIAL, Full sun, part shade, Aug-Oct, Yellow, 4 ft North American Range: Eastern, Central Nebraska Range: Eatern Tallgrass, Northern Soil type:  Average, well-drained Moisture:  Medium to dry Uses and Description: Butterfly gardens, borders, prairie restoration, Showy wand of bright yellow … Continued

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Native Plant Specialists

At Prairie Legacy Inc. our goal is to provide high quality botanical surveys and products for your restoration goals as well as native plants for restorations and landscaping needs.We provide botanical inventories and positive identification of native plant species for landowners, government agencies, contractors, and plant industry professionals. We contract grow locally collected seed specifically for your restoration project.


@Witt’s End

We can often be found at Witt’s End. Witt’s End Homestead is our sister company, providing wholesale native plant production in a historic setting. More…


Our Combined Services Include:

  • Consultation, baseline surveys, research and monitoring
  • Assistance in choosing the right plant species for the job
  • Contract growing of native plants
  • Wholesale and retail native trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses and wetland plants

German settler’s homestead house and farm – Open House

SALINE COUNTY, Neb. – The descendants of a German settler are beginning to restore a nearly 150-year-old home on a family farm along the Swan Creek. Michael and Christina Witt settled the land in 1861 and built the fakwerkbau,” or … Continued

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A Mini Tour Of Native Plant Nursery

Check out the latest video of our Native plant nursery from Pure Nebraska

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Arksarben Foundation Heritage Farm Award

Kay Kottas, Witt’s great-great granddaughter owns the Witt’s End Homestead farm today and operates it with the help of her husband, Joe, and several employees. The Aksarben Foundation and the Saline County Fair board are scheduled to honor Kottas and … Continued

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