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 deep purple leaves are the defining feature of the Forest Pansy Redbud. From spring to fall this tree will add beautiful shades of purple and green foliage to your home or garden. This depth of color depends on the amount of sun that the leaves receive. In full sun the leaves will transition to a deep green with brighter green veins. In full...
The deep purple leaves are the defining feature of the Forest Pansy Redbud. From spring to fall this tree will add beautiful shades of purple and g...
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To say that Ruby Falls is a unique tree is perhaps an understatement. With large weeping heart shaped leaves, it is a tree that resembles a tiny monster as much as it does a tree. That's why, if you have a little bit of imagination and are willing to take a risk, this is a wonderful tree to use as the focus planting in a part of your garden. Th...
To say that Ruby Falls is a unique tree is perhaps an understatement. With large weeping heart shaped leaves, it is a tree that resembles a tiny m...
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I don't know about you, but I find the color of red wine to be particularly soothing. I won't be too detailed about why, but holding a glass to the light and gazing into its depths always reveals a splendid array of red and purple hues. If I could capture this experience in a tree it would be the Merlot redbud through the growing season. Merlot...
I don't know about you, but I find the color of red wine to be particularly soothing. I won't be too detailed about why, but holding a glass to th...
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The Traveler redbud is a great cultivar option for someone who wants a weeping redbud with heat tolerance and glossy blooms. The texensis heritage proves to be more tolerant to heat and drought conditions allowing it to grow in warmer zones or perform better in direct sun. The Traveler redbud has the iconic purple pink flower clusters that cover...
The Traveler redbud is a great cultivar option for someone who wants a weeping redbud with heat tolerance and glossy blooms. The texensis heritage ...
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This cool looking echinacea is new this year. 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 catch...
This cool looking echinacea is new this year. Traditional pink flowers give way to bright chartreuse green flower petals the put a spin on the trad...
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Creeping phlox is a sure sign that spring is underway. These gorgeous ground covers are often seen flowing over the sides of retaining walls and filling the foreground of garden beds. The electric purple color of 'Eye Shadow' phlox is stunning to behold. Where many creeping phlox carry shades of pink, 'Eye Shadow' possesses strong purple flowers...
Creeping phlox is a sure sign that spring is underway. These gorgeous ground covers are often seen flowing over the sides of retaining walls and fi...
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