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 leaves are the most amazing feature of the Rising Sun™ Redbud. From spring to fall this tree will add eye-popping multi-color foliage to your home or garden. Starting at the trunk of the tree and moving outward the leaves of this tree transition from dark green, to pale green, to yellow, to bronze orange. This cascade of color provides capti...
The leaves are the most amazing feature of the Rising Sun™ Redbud. From spring to fall this tree will add eye-popping multi-color foliage to your h...
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Sometimes you need a tree that will fit into a tight space, make a dramatic statement, or looks like living art. In these circumstances, look not further than the fast growing native Slender Silhouette sweet gum. This cultivar was originally spotted and grown for production by Tennessee Nurseryman Don Shadow. Growing 45 ft. tall but only 3 to 5 ...
Sometimes you need a tree that will fit into a tight space, make a dramatic statement, or looks like living art. In these circumstances, look not f...
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The Ragin' Red Dogwood is new to the market this year and in high demand. We are thrilled to have some for you. What makes us so excited? Simply put, this tree has a quality we've never seen in a dogwood. The new leaves emerge bright red in the spring and transition slowly to green as the summer wears on. For those looking for an interesting and...
The Ragin' Red Dogwood is new to the market this year and in high demand. We are thrilled to have some for you. What makes us so excited? Simply pu...
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The overcup oak is a very adaptable, hardy variety of oak. It can withstand inhospitable soils, flooding conditions, and can grow in partial shade. It has an oval to rounded open form with a smaller height and spread. For these reasons alone the overcup oak would make an excellent shade tree to an urban lawn but its versatility would make it an ...
The overcup oak is a very adaptable, hardy variety of oak. It can withstand inhospitable soils, flooding conditions, and can grow in partial shade....
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When considering an oak tree most think its primary quality is as a shade tree. However, the scarlet oak offers a little more. This oak has a vivid red fall color and a smaller more rounded spread making it a wonderful ornamental tree for the urban and suburban settings. The fall foliage also hangs on into the winter offering some color against ...
When considering an oak tree most think its primary quality is as a shade tree. However, the scarlet oak offers a little more. This oak has a vivid...
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The Somerset Red Maple - Acer rubrum 'Somerset' - will add a beautiful, bright red color to your yard every fall. This cultivar is a cross between the Acer rubrum 'October Glory' and A. rubrum 'Autumn Flame' which will bring a unique beauty to your yard in the fall with a full canopy of red leaves, that last longer than many other maples. It has...
The Somerset Red Maple - Acer rubrum 'Somerset' - will add a beautiful, bright red color to your yard every fall. This cultivar is a cross between ...
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