We are closed for the season and will start taking preorders for next season starting January 1, 2023. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers for a successful year and for helping sustain our beautiful pollinators! Hope to see you at the farm next year!
In late summer and into fall, Common Ironweed offers a large cluster of unusually brilliant purple flowers on top of 6' tall, unbranched stems. Because of its height, it works well as a plant in the back of the garden. The seeds disperse with the wind. Ironweed is a host plant for the American Painted Lady butterfly and is listed by the Xerces Society as having special value to native bees.