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.

Nothing quite says summer like the blooms of a Black Eye Susan. We are excited to offer a new cultivar of this North American staple that has resistance to mildew and leaf spot. American Gold Rush is a strong producer from July to September and will provide strong mounds of golden flowers for months on end. These are a great choice for a native...
Nothing quite says summer like the blooms of a Black Eye Susan. We are excited to offer a new cultivar of this North American staple that has resi...
$14.99
We planted a few of the Mariachi™ series of Helenium in our garden and we really love watching them come into bloom mid to late summer. Small yellow/green buds rise up and emerge all over the plant in a beautiful display of burgundy and yellow. The unfortunate common name "Sneezeweed" steers some away from this native plant, but it doesn't cause...
We planted a few of the Mariachi™ series of Helenium in our garden and we really love watching them come into bloom mid to late summer. Small yello...
$16.99
Canary feather was selected as our yellow coneflower of choice due to its large horizontal yellow blooms, strong stems and compact foliage. 'Canary Feathers' has large 5" bright yellow flowers that pop in contrast to the dark green foliage. We thought it would provide an excellent companion for reds, yellows, and purples in the garden - if your ...
Canary feather was selected as our yellow coneflower of choice due to its large horizontal yellow blooms, strong stems and compact foliage. 'Canary...
$16.99

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