This is what I have for sale now. This list is subject to change almost on a daily basis and doesn't include everything I have for sale. I didn't list some plants because there aren't very many or they are too small. The perennials are mostly in 3" pots with some available in 1 gallon pots. Trees and shrubs are available in one gallon or three gallon pots. I'm a backyard grower, so I need to be notified ahead of time if you would like to stop by to purchase your native plants. Call, text, email, or message.
1 gallon $10
3 gallon $20
I'm trying all the time to offer more species, so speak up if you don't see something you want. If enough people ask, I might start growing it. I hope to have some goldenrods available by late summer.
Spring is here and as landscapes are being cleaned up, it is a great time to see the small details and changes happening. This photo shows a cluster of black-eyed susan (R. hirta) seedlings that germinated last summer or fall in the upper right part of the picture. This was planned. Black-eyed susans don't live very long, but readily self-sow in most situations. By starting out with one plant, a self sustaining population can be established. Of course being able to identify seedlings helps. A good rule of thumb to follow is if you can't i.d. it, leave it.
Every street I drive down I notice a time tested phenomenon- evergreen shrubs planted right up against the house! See for yourself next time you go outside. If you live in an urban area, you will see evergreens planted against houses and businesses. I spend plenty of time convincing people to remove these plants. They really don't provide any benefit for wildlife. Sometimes if there is a bird feeder nearby, birds will use them for cover. When these unproductive shrubs are replaced with appropriate native shrubs, birds use them all year, not to mention all the other animals they provide food and cover for during the growing season. In this particular case, the homeowner selected red osier dogwood shrubs not only for their year-round beauty, but for the benefit provided to wildlife. Contact me to replace your unproductive landscape!