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.

The name ‘Flame’ is for their bright red fruit that they get in late summer lasting into fall and even winter. It also has unique semi weeping branching but still keeps a narrow tight form making it a good fit for smaller spaces. Even with these often over looked features you will still get the eye catching beauty in the spring with bright pink ...
The name ‘Flame’ is for their bright red fruit that they get in late summer lasting into fall and even winter. It also has unique semi weeping bran...
$49.99 to $59.99
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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
‘Profusion’ is a unique beauty among the crabapples. It has dark red buds that pop open to reveal a remarkable dark pink, purplish bloom. These blooms completely cover the tree in spring and they are highlighted by the backdrop of purple, green leaves that unfold at the same time. In summer it will produce the small fruit that crabapples are kno...
‘Profusion’ is a unique beauty among the crabapples. It has dark red buds that pop open to reveal a remarkable dark pink, purplish bloom. These blo...
$42.99 to $59.99
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