Catalog

Wholesale Native Plants

Browse our catalog of 200 native species. 

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Acer negundo
Box elder

Fast growing deciduous tree with pinnately compound leaves.

Acer rubrum
Red maple

Fast growing deciduous tree, widely adaptable with beautiful fall foliage.

Acorus americanus
Sweet flag

Iris-like, aromatic leaves.

Aesculus flava
Yellow buckeye

(Aesculus octandra) Small to medium sized tree with numerous creamy yellow flowers in spring.  

Aesculus pavia
Red buckeye

Showy understory shrub with attractive crimson flowers in the early spring.

Aesculus sylvatica
Painted buckeye

Showy understory shrub with attractive yellow flowers in the early spring.

Alnus serrulata
Tag alder

Broad-leaved deciduous shrub with persistent seed cones.

Amelanchier arborea
Downy service-berry

A small tree or shrub with a narrow, round crown and white elongate petals at the branch tip.

Amelanchier canadensis
Serviceberry

Multi stemmed shrub or small tree with numerous white flowers early in the season. Fruits (pomes) are dark purple when ripe in June-July. Edible and sweet.

Andropogon gerardii
Big bluestem

Native grass with variable color; inflorescence from bronze to gray blue, plant from red to brown and purple.

Andropogon glomeratus
Bushy beardgrass

Native grass with reddish leaves and stems; conspicuous bushy seed heads.  Low salt tolerance.

Andropogon virginicus
Broomsedge

Native grass, reddish stems and leaves, white feathery inflorescence.

Aronia arbutifolia
Red chokeberry

Large shrub, simple serrate leaf; pinkish to white flowers, black drupe.

Asclepias incarnata
Swamp milkweed

Attractive deep pink flowers, opposite leaves.

Asclepias tuberosa
Butterfly weed

Upland herbaceous plant with bright orange flowers.

Asimina triloba
Pawpaw

Clonal understory tree with large simple leaves and edible fruits.

Athyrium filix-femina
Lady fern

Native fern common in damp woodlands with attractive feathery foliage.