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.

A new series of coreopsis offers longer blooming and larger flowers than traditional flowers. The gold and deep orange flowers are bring a subtle beauty to the garden in the mid-summer months. Easy to grow this is a very rewarding plant for beginners and the tightly mounded plants keep your garden looking clean and organized. At 12 to 14 inches ...
A new series of coreopsis offers longer blooming and larger flowers than traditional flowers. The gold and deep orange flowers are bring a subtle b...
$16.99
This new Heliopsis is kind of a big deal. It is the first cultivar of its kind to have no yellow on its flowers. These gorgeous flowers look absolutely stunning as they sit overtop green/bronze/chocolate foliage. It is a long blooming native plant that makes excellent cut flowers from early summer to fall. If you like floral arrangements we cons...
This new Heliopsis is kind of a big deal. It is the first cultivar of its kind to have no yellow on its flowers. These gorgeous flowers look absolu...
$16.99
The Cheyenne Spirit collection of coneflowers brings shades of reds, oranges, and yellows into the garden. We think this is an incredible mix of color that varies from fire engine red, hot neon orange, golden canary yellow, and brilliant white. Each color will vary slightly in height giving you depth of field along with a mix of colors. Each pla...
The Cheyenne Spirit collection of coneflowers brings shades of reds, oranges, and yellows into the garden. We think this is an incredible mix of co...
$16.99

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