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.

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 ...
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Creeping phlox is a sure sign that spring is underway. These gorgeous ground covers are often seen flowing over the sides of retaining walls and filling the foreground of garden beds. The electric purple color of 'Eye Shadow' phlox is stunning to behold. Where many creeping phlox carry shades of pink, 'Eye Shadow' possesses strong purple flowers...
Creeping phlox is a sure sign that spring is underway. These gorgeous ground covers are often seen flowing over the sides of retaining walls and fi...
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Native to North America, the hawthorn is a is an hardy tree that is often underutilized by gardeners and landscapers. The spring blooms of hawthorn trees are comparable to that of a white crabapple, except they come in a lower maintenance tree that is hardy in a wider range of conditions. Hawthorn trees have an excellent ornamental shape, mainta...
Native to North America, the hawthorn is a is an hardy tree that is often underutilized by gardeners and landscapers. The spring blooms of hawthorn...
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