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Ammannia coccinea (Scarlet Toothcup) See details
Ammannia coccinea (Scarlet Toothcup)

New!  An annual that can be aggressive but is an important waterfowl food source.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.80
1/2 oz. $7.80
1 oz. $12.00
1 lb. $180.00
Anemonella thalictroides (Rue Anemone) See details
Anemonella thalictroides (Rue Anemone)

New in bare root! Rue Anemone is a delicate-looking early spring plant that blooms in various shades of pink.  It dies back in mid-summer, making it a true spring ephemeral.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $30.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $10.00
3 - 11 $9.00
Asclepias verticillata (Whorled Milkweed)  See details
Asclepias verticillata (Whorled Milkweed)

New in bare roots! Whorled Milkweed can bloom anytime between July and September, which is later in the year than many in its family. Like all Milkweeds, it is deer and rabbit resistant.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
Bare Root Plants
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Out of stock
Blephilia hirsuta (Hairy Wood Mint) See details
Blephilia hirsuta (Hairy Wood Mint)

NEW in potted plants! Blephilia hirsuta prefers moist woods and savannas. Its white two-lipped flowers are packed in tight clusters stacked vertically on lightly branching stems that reach up to 3'.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $11.25
1/4 oz. $17.50
1/2 oz. $30.00
1 oz. $50.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Boltonia asteroides (False Aster) See details
Boltonia asteroides (False Aster)

NEW in bare root and potted plants! A robust bloomer, Boltonia - False Aster provides a bright white presence from late-Summer to the first frosts, a time when the predominant prairie flower color is yellow. The Fall explosion of hundreds of small, white, aster-like blossoms on any single plant makes it a must-have for Fall color and interest in sunny, medium to moist gardens. 


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/4 oz. $3.20
1/2 oz. $5.20
1 oz. $8.00
1 lb. $120.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
12 - 35 $3.50
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Carex tonsa (Shaved Sedge) See details
Carex tonsa (Shaved Sedge)

New!


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $30.00
Cirsium altissimum (Tall Thistle) See details
Cirsium altissimum (Tall Thistle)

New!


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
Cornus alternifolia (Pagoda Dogwood) See details
Cornus alternifolia (Pagoda Dogwood)

New in seed! Pagoda Dogwood's most noticeable characteristic is its fantastic display of purple to blue berries atop red stems followed by deep maroon fall foliage.  These berries are a very important food source for a number of different kinds of wildlife in the fall and winter. 


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $9.00
3 - 11 $8.00
Field Notes Memo Books - limited edition Ambition series, 3-pack

Limited edition. Shipping fee is included (within the contiguous US). We’re now offering, on a limited basis, the “Ambition” 3-pack, which includes a ledger for keeping track of your native plant budget, a weekly planner to record blooming observations, and a 48 page graph memo book for sketching out garden plans. Each has a different colored cover (Wine, Chocolate, and Olive), printed and embossed with metallic gold ink.


Our price: $14.50
Fragaria virginiana (Wild Strawberry) See details
Fragaria virginiana (Wild Strawberry)

NEW in potted plants! Not only do you get the early-summer white blossoms and edible fruit, but the Wild Strawberry plant takes on a great red fall color also.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $42.50
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
12 - 35 $2.80
36 - 99 $2.40
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Hypericum majus (Greater Canada St. John's Wort) See details
Hypericum majus (Greater Canada St. John's Wort)

New!  The flowers are yellow but the seed pods (pictured) are red.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $12.50
1/4 oz. $20.00
1/2 oz. $35.00
1 oz. $60.00
Hypericum prolificum (Shrubby St. John's Wort) See details
Hypericum prolificum (Shrubby St. John's Wort)

NEW for potted plants!  This shrub will natually form a round-bush appearance but can be pruned early spring for a more densely mounded shape.  An absolute bee magnet that will take almost any soil type.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $20.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Insectopia Seed Mix
NEW! for Medium to Medium-Dry Soils & Full to Partial Sun
A Utopia for predators, parasitoids and pollinators too! We’re proud to offer a seed mix specifically designed to attract native beneficial insects, to the delight of farmers, gardeners and the insect-intrigued.

Seeds
Qty: Price:
500 sq. ft. seed mix $19.00
1000 sq. ft. seed mix $29.00
1/8 acre seed mix $119.00
1/4 acre seed mix $238.00
1/2 acre seed mix $475.00
1 acre seed mix $949.00
Liatris mucronata (Bottlebrush Blazing Star) See details
Liatris mucronata (Bottlebrush Blazing Star)

New! A short-statured Liatris for dry, open to partly-shaded sites.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
Lithospermum canescens (Hoary Puccoon) See details
Lithospermum canescens (Hoary Puccoon)

New!


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
Mentzelia decapetala (Ten-petal Mentzelia) See details
Mentzelia decapetala (Ten-petal Mentzelia)

New!  A Biennial or short-lived perennial with fragrant flowers.  Like an Evening Primrose, it opens late-afternoon through morning.  It is poisonous to livestock (accumulates Selenium).


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
Oxalis violacea (Violet Wood Sorrel) See details
Oxalis violacea (Violet Wood Sorrel)

NEW in potted plants! The leaves and blossoms of Violet Wood Sorrel both open up to the sun, the latter exposing bright yellow anthers, and then fold with shade. Three oval-heart leaflets comprise each leaf.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
12 - 35 $2.80
36 - 99 $2.40
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Scrophularia marilandica (Late Figwort) See details
Scrophularia marilandica (Late Figwort)

NEW in potted plants!  Most are not aware that Figworts are one of the best nectar species for attracting native butterflies, bees, other insects - and birds, including the Ruby-throated Hummingbird!   Large, serrated leaves and sturdy stalks with shiny reddish-brown small flowers that appear to drip with nectar make Figworts a strange yet wonderful novelty in any native landscape.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Silene nivea (Snowy Campion) See details
Silene nivea (Snowy Campion)

New!


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
Solidago rigida (Stiff Goldenrod) See details
Solidago rigida (Stiff Goldenrod)

NEW in potted plants! Stiff Goldenrod has larger, flatter flower clusters than most Goldenrods. The leaves turn nice shades of red in the fall.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/4 oz. $3.20
1/2 oz. $5.20
1 oz. $8.00
1 lb. $120.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
Out of stock
Potted Plants
Qty: Price:
Tray of 38 $99.00
Symphoricarpos albus (Snowberry) See details
Symphoricarpos albus (Snowberry)

NEW!  Snowberry typically grows as wide as it is tall so makes a nice hedge.  The flowering period is following by attractive bright white berries early fall.  The berries will generally remain on naked stems in the winter because they are not a favorite of most birds. Also known as White Coralberry.


Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $6.00
3 - 11 $5.00
The Xerces Society Guide - Farming with Native Beneficial Insects; Ecological Pest Control Solutions

NEW! Shipping fee is included (within the contiguous US).  By The Xerces Society

Farming with Native Beneficial Insects examines the ecology of beneficial native insects while including methods for multiplying their population through native habitat design and management. This guide also outlines common species of predatory insects, parasitoids and non-insect predators such as spiders, in addition to the native plant species most suitable for beneficial insects.


Our price: $29.00
Viola sororia (Common Blue Violet) See details
Viola sororia (Common Blue Violet)

New in seed!  There is a violet for every situation. A sure bet for a violet that will do well in many landscapes would be the Common Blue Violet.


Seeds
Qty: Price:
Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $30.00
1/4 oz. $55.00
Bare Root Plants
Qty: Price:
1 - 2 $3.15
3 - 11 $2.25
12 - 35 $1.60
36 - 99 $1.35
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