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 Snowdrift is another wonderful white flowering crabapple option. The Snowdrift crabapple has a dense, rounded form, with an even height and spread of 20 ft. making it one of the popular crabapples that fits any landscape need. Their little pink buds, that come out in spring, burst open into showy white blooms. Their flowers are fragrant and ...
The Snowdrift is another wonderful white flowering crabapple option. The Snowdrift crabapple has a dense, rounded form, with an even height and spr...
$49.99
The Wildfire Black Gum or Tupelo tree is a personal favorite shade tree. That's why I have one shading the southwest side of my home from the sun. But really, what's not to love? These nativars are hardy, easy to care for, maintain a consistent shape and provide stunning multi-season fire-red foliage. In the spring the first leaves of this tree ...
The Wildfire Black Gum or Tupelo tree is a personal favorite shade tree. That's why I have one shading the southwest side of my home from the sun. ...
$59.99
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...
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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea is among the largest of the oakleaf hydrangea cultivars. Coming in at 12-15 ft. wide and 8-10 feet tall a mature Alice hydrangea is a sight to behold. very large conical flowers drape this hydrangea mid-summer through fall. Due to its large size it is very well suited for border plantings and natural screening. The oakle...
Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea is among the largest of the oakleaf hydrangea cultivars. Coming in at 12-15 ft. wide and 8-10 feet tall a mature Alice hyd...
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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...
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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

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