Nodding Onion Gardens

Native Plant Nursery

Columbia Station, Ohio, USA

 

 Filipendula rubra - Queen of the Prairie

Queen of the Prairie - Filipendula rubra
Queen of the Prairie- Roger Dahlin
Cultivation Information
                      Family - Rosaceae
                      Height - 3- 4 feet   
                  Flower Color - Pink          
                      Sun - Full to part sun
                      Hardy Zone -  3 to 7
                      Blooms - June - July
                      Soil - 
moist/fertile  

Queen of the Prairie - NOG - 2012
Queen of the Prairie - NOG - 2012
Wildlife Significance
Pollen Source: Bees ( long and Short tongued bees   collect pollen, flies, beetles feed on pollen (great source of protein

N
ectar: Not a source of nectar

Deer - Aren't crazy about Queen of the Prairie

For detailed information, visit the Illinois Wildflower site.
Propagation Notes -

Outdoors -
We have had good luck allowing Queen of the Prairie to self seed, translating seedlings in early spring. Generally they are then ready for a late summer market.

Stratifying Seeds 2013


December 15, 2012
- Seeds placed in Cold Moist Storage  

Fall 2012 - Seeds Collected at Nodding Onion Gardens


Supplies Needed For Seed Stratification -


1. Zip lock plastic bag

2. Few table spoons of Vermiculite

3. Dampen vermiculite - not soggy

4. Store in refrigerator for 90 days

Seed Provenance - Prairie Moon Nursery, Winona, MN - 2010 - Nodding Onion Gardens - 2011 & present
 Queen of the Prairie
Queen of the Prairie - Roger Dahlin
Queen of the Prairie - Filipendula rubra
Queen of the Prairie Plants

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Young - Queen of the Prairie Plant
Ohio Native Plant - Natural  Range 
Queen of the Prairie is either listed as threatened in six states.

Visit the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service website for the natural range of this plant.
Queen of the Prairie - Filipendula rubra
Queen of the Prairie