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.

You'll love the new Bee-You® Series of Monardas for their ample flowers and resistance to disease. With their summer blooms come a menagerie of pollinators including bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and even the oft forgotten but very important flying beetles. Deep rosy-coral flowers open from magenta-colored buds, that smother the plant for mon...
You'll love the new Bee-You® Series of Monardas for their ample flowers and resistance to disease. With their summer blooms come a menagerie of pol...
$9.99
This award winning plant has shinny dark red leaves with pink highlights, it really brings a splash of color to any color and pairs well with other green foliage or yellow flowers. Coral Bells grow in clumps with tight leafy foliage that gives it the appearance of small bush, it can be used in groups to line walkways or garden beds with like col...
This award winning plant has shinny dark red leaves with pink highlights, it really brings a splash of color to any color and pairs well with other...
$12.99
Color, Color, Color. That's what you get with the Vivid cultivar of Dianthus. Grow these in a bed or container for a carpet of color that reblooms throughout the growing season. Pinks are great flowers for planting in large swaths along a hardscape or bed to create a showy blanket effect. They also make an outstanding accent plant at the front o...
Color, Color, Color. That's what you get with the Vivid cultivar of Dianthus. Grow these in a bed or container for a carpet of color that reblooms ...
$14.99
You'll be drinking in fall color for the majority of the year with this outstanding hybrid heucherella. Dense mounding foliage with dark red centers radiate outward with increasingly light colored reds and oranges. Like Heuchera, Heucherella is a great selection for container planting and adding color in garden beds or walkways. In summer tall s...
You'll be drinking in fall color for the majority of the year with this outstanding hybrid heucherella. Dense mounding foliage with dark red center...
$12.99
This heuchera has a classic color, bright green edges, silver leaves, and purple veins provide a subtle yet interesting addition to the garden. Not every plant should pop, but the green spice heuchera provides a layer of consistency and interest that will helps bring out the best of other plants in a beautiful package. Coral Bells grow in clumps...
This heuchera has a classic color, bright green edges, silver leaves, and purple veins provide a subtle yet interesting addition to the garden. Not...
$12.99
The name 'Black Taffeta' has Persian roots, meaning twisted or woven and it is used to describe high-end fabric. The silky black leaves of this Heuchera make it look like it just stepped right off the runway. Each silky black leaf-edge is textured with curling ruffles that bring a bold appeal to the garden. Coral Bells grow in clumps with tight ...
The name 'Black Taffeta' has Persian roots, meaning twisted or woven and it is used to describe high-end fabric. The silky black leaves of this Heu...
$12.99

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