Collection - Native

Native shrubs were designed by nature to succeed in North America and create habitat and food for beneficial insects, pollinators, and wildlife. These plants support local biodiversity because they will exist within an ecosystem rather than disrupt it.

Look for the tag "Native" for genetically diverse plants that originated in the wild.

Look for the tag "Native Cultivar" for plants that were reproduced for certain color or resistant characteristics.

'Salsa Red' was the winner of our search for a true red coneflower. Part of the 'Sombrero' series this plant boast large fade-resistant blooms in a color I like to call mid-life crisis sports car red. These coneflowers are of medium height and work well in the middle to back of beds, under windows against fences and under trees. The blooms are p...
'Salsa Red' was the winner of our search for a true red coneflower. Part of the 'Sombrero' series this plant boast large fade-resistant blooms in a...
$16.99
During the late summer and fall Snow Queen hydrangeas are literally covered in large clusters of snow-white blooms. These abundance and brilliance of these clusters mean that snow queen is aptly named. Cultivated for its strength of bloom the flowers will transform from stark white to a rosy hue as fall approaches. The oakleaf hydrangea - Hydra...
During the late summer and fall Snow Queen hydrangeas are literally covered in large clusters of snow-white blooms. These abundance and brilliance...
$39.99 to $49.99
A new series of coreopsis offers longer blooming and larger flowers than traditional flowers. The gold and deep orange flowers are bring a subtle beauty to the garden in the mid-summer months. Easy to grow this is a very rewarding plant for beginners and the tightly mounded plants keep your garden looking clean and organized. At 12 to 14 inches ...
A new series of coreopsis offers longer blooming and larger flowers than traditional flowers. The gold and deep orange flowers are bring a subtle b...
$16.99

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