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 variegated leaves on the Carolina Sweetheart™ Redbud are unlike anything we have ever seen. Following the pink flowers, maroon, red and pink leaves emerge in early spring transitioning to variegated green and white as they age. These leaves keep the tree awash with reds, pinks, whites, and greens that swirls through the leaves and tree. As f...
The variegated leaves on the Carolina Sweetheart™ Redbud are unlike anything we have ever seen. Following the pink flowers, maroon, red and pink le...
$49.99 to $109.99
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The oakleaf hydrangea - Hydrangea quercifolia - is a very versatile plant. This beautiful native shrub has a wonderful form and appearance that can be used in many landscape needs. If you are looking for a stand-alone shrub to highlight a garden or if you need multiple shrubs planted for a border the oakleaf hydrangea will perform. In the summer...
The oakleaf hydrangea - Hydrangea quercifolia - is a very versatile plant. This beautiful native shrub has a wonderful form and appearance that can...
$34.99 to $39.99
This is one cool looking echinacea. Traditional pink flowers give way to bright chartreuse green flower petals the put a spin on the traditional look. This nativar flowers in late summer and is a huge hit with butterflies, bees, and other pollinators. At 2 to 3 ft. in height it makes a great mid-range planting in a bed, or an eye catching contai...
This is one cool looking echinacea. Traditional pink flowers give way to bright chartreuse green flower petals the put a spin on the traditional lo...
$18.99

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