Landscaping With Native Perennials
There are many benefits to planting native perennials.
They are better for the environment and help support local habitats. Native plants are beneficial to bees, butterflies, birds and other pollinators. If a plant is native to your area it is already accustomed to your soil and other growing conditions.
Native perennials will live and thrive in conditions other plants may not. And native plants are lower maintenance because they naturally require less time, water, fertilizers, etc.
We Have A Great Selection of Native Perennials
These are just a few of the many native perennials we grow:
Aster divaricatus Woodland
Aster Raydon's Favorite
Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed
Baptisia australis Wild Indigo
Echinacea purpurea Coneflower
Penstemon Husker Red
Monarda Jacob Cline
Stylophorum Celadine Poppy
Viburnum Southern Blackhaw
Native Ferns-Christmas, Ostrich, Lady, Dixie Wood, others
Native Grasses-Carex, Panicum and Little Bluestem Schizachyrium