Plants recommended for Kansas

Redoing a landscape? Whether it be landscape plants, turfgrass or even vegetable crops, sometimes a point in the right direction can be of value. If you have had trouble finding a listing of plants recommended for Kansas, visit our web page devoted to this topic at http://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/info-center/recommended-plants/.

You’ll see links to a wide variety of plants including iris, daylilies, fruit, vegetables, turfgrass, low-maintenance roses and trees (tree recommendations are broken out by areas of the state). There’s even a list of recommended low water use plants.

If you’re a visual person, they also have images of hundreds of varieties of iris, daylilies, roses and peonies found in the University Gardens Collection Gardens at http://www.k-state.edu/gardens/gardens/collections/.

 

David Hallauer59 Posts

David Hallauer is the Meadowlark Extension District agent in the areas of horticulture and crops and soils.

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