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    Queen Of The Prairie: Nature's Cotton Candy

    When the prairie ecologist in my life was telling me about some of his favorite and most-desired plants, my ears perked up at the mention of Queen Of The Prairie. First, I would like that title. Second, the poor thing is classified as "threatened", despite being fairly rugged. Third and most importa...
    • Lynne Reber Snowden

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    • Linda Bass

      Queen of the Prairie is known for its beautiful spray-like clusters of pink flowers that make it a stand out and give it its regal name. The leaves are large and deeply lobed on zigzag stems, and the plants grow to 5 feet tall. It's best grown in full sun (although they can take some shade), and prefers moist to wet soils. The roots are rhizomatous and will spread, which makes it a great plant for naturalizing in moist meadows.

    • emily maurer

      Queen of the prairie. Wedding flowers

    • Heather Worley

      Filipendula rubra (Queen of the Prairie) - someone suggested this plant to me today

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