Exhibits

The History Center uses exhibits, both on-site and on-line, to showcase some of our vast collections of documents and photographs.

Native Plants at The History Center

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Purple Cone Flowers

Purple Cone Flowers (Echinacia purpurea) bloom from spring well into summer and can grow thick. They are relatively easy to grow and offer lots of showy lavender blooms on 2-5 foot stems that attract butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center