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 Mt. Airy cultivar was selected by the famed horticulturalist Michael Dirr for its excellent form and outstanding foliage color in both summer and fall. It won the Georgia Gold Medal Selection for woody shrubs in 1994 and continues to be one of the best fothergilla on the market today.   Bottlebrush plant is an exciting native that is often u...
The Mt. Airy cultivar was selected by the famed horticulturalist Michael Dirr for its excellent form and outstanding foliage color in both summer a...
$39.99 to $56.99
Legend of the Small is a new entry for Fothergilla this year. At 24 to 30" it keeps a more compact habit that makes it a great choice for smaller spaces and perennial beds. While smaller in form it still provides the same beneficial native flowers and leaves of the other fothergilla variants. Bottlebrush plant is an exciting native that is often...
Legend of the Small is a new entry for Fothergilla this year. At 24 to 30" it keeps a more compact habit that makes it a great choice for smaller s...
$16.99 to $42.99
We looked at a lot of purple coneflower options, but ended up with Purple Emperor due to it's large purple flowers and tidy foliage. What's in a name? Maybe a lot with this cultivar as the rings of purple flowers around each cone might really 'rule them all'. But enough with my nerdy references, we think you'll enjoy the contrast of the deep gre...
We looked at a lot of purple coneflower options, but ended up with Purple Emperor due to it's large purple flowers and tidy foliage. What's in a na...
$16.99

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