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Prairie Forbs (Wildflowers) Woodland Plants

Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes Shrubs and Vines


Sun Requirements
Full Sun. Prairie species that require more than 8 hours of direct sunlight a day.
Part Sun. Plants that require between 5 to 8 hours of direct sunlight a day. Prairie species tend to grow in open areas between trees, while woodland species tend to grow in dappled sun under trees.
Shade. Woodland species that grow in some dappled sun to almost full shade.

Soil Requirements
Wet. Poorly drained, soggy soils or low areas that collect water and dry slowly.
Moist. Well drained, loamy soils typical of many garden soils.
Dry. Excessively drained, sandy soils or heavier soils on steep slopes in full sun.