Catalog

Wholesale Native Plants

Browse our catalog of 200 native species. 

To view full catalog click "All" in the alphabetical search function.

We grow a wide selection of native plants with an ever-changing inventory. If you don't see the species, size, or quantity you need please check back as we may have what you need coming along. We are also happy to provide ecologically and aesthetically appropriate substitutions or recommendations. For larger quantities please contact us directly about contract growing. We also invite you to check our complete listing of species we grow (see below).

We are a wholesale business but do sell to individuals. Our minimum order size is $100.00.

Hours of Operation:  Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

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Quercus alba
White oak

A long lived deciduous oak with seven to nine lobed leaves.

Quercus bicolor
Swamp white oak

A medium sized oak with ovoid shallowly lobed leaves.

Quercus coccinea
Scarlet oak

Large canopy oak; leaves with deeply cut sinuses.

Quercus falcata
Southern red oak

A medium to large deciduous oak with a characteristic long and narrow central lobe relative to other red oaks.

Quercus lyrata
Overcup oak

A medium sized deciduous oak with acorns nearly completely enclosed in the cup.

Quercus michauxii
Swamp chestnut oak

Large canopy oak with chestnut-like leaves.

Quercus nigra
Water oak

A medium sized tardily deciduous oak.

Quercus pagoda
Cherrybark oak

Cherrybark oak is a native deciduous tree and one of the most highly valued red oaks in SE USA. It is common in the Carolinas.

Quercus palustris
Pin oak

A deciduous oak with a characteristic spreading crown in mature trees.

Quercus phellos
Willow oak

Large, fast growing oak with willow-like leaves.

Quercus rubra
Northern red oak

Large deciduous oak with seven to nine lobed dentate leaves.  Medium salt tolerance.

Quercus shumardii
Shumard's oak

A large deciduous red oak with seven to nine lobed dentate leaves.