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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Ratibida columnifera
Prairie coneflower

Erect, hairy, clump forming coneflower with fernlike leaves and maroon and gold blossoms.   Low salt tolerance.

Ratibida pinnata
Grey-headed coneflower

Tall upright coneflower with drooping yellow blossoms. 

Rhododendron arborescens
Smooth/Sweet azalea

Dark green foliage and inconspicuous white flowers, with a smattering of conspicuous brown fruits or seeds.

Rhododendron atlanticum
Dwarf azalea

Low growing azalea with abundant pinkish-white, fragrant blooms April to May.

Rhododendron periclymenoides
Pink azalea

Rhododendron periclymenoides, commonly called pinxterbloom azalea, is a deciduous shrub that is native to moist woods, swamp margins, and open areas.

Rhododendron viscosum
Swamp azalea

Abundant white flowers.

Rhynchospora colorata
White topped sedge

Showy sedge with white bracts, giving the appearance of white petals.  Low salt tolerance.

Rosa palustris
Swamp rose

Rambling rose with delicate pink flowers June through October.

Rudbeckia fulgida
Orange coneflower

Long blooming flowering perennial with dark green leaves and bright yellow blossoms.  

Rudbeckia hirta
Black-eyed susan

Native in mountains, piedmont, and coastal plain.