10 Foolproof Native Plants for Prairie-Style Gardens
These tough, fuss-free perennials and grasses have adapted to North American climates and lend to the rustic prairie charm
Natives Worthy of Your Attention
True prairies in untamed western landscapes are largely populated by native, drought-tolerant grasses. Meadows, more common in the East, look similar but include a greater number of flowering perennials. Some native plants cross over between the two landscapes; these tend to be sun-loving, rugged, and low-maintenance. Here, a group of plants that stand out from the pack.