Have a desire to make your outdoor space more inviting to birds, butterflies, and other wildlife? We’d love to help! Our goal is to help you create a welcome place for wildlife in your outdoor spaces… and it first starts with native plants.
What’s a native plant?
“A plant is considered native if it has occurred naturally in a particular region, ecosystem, or habitat without human introduction.” – National Wildlife Federation
“A plant that is a part of the balance of nature that has developed over hundreds or thousands of years in a particular region or ecosystem. Only plants found in this country before European settlement are considered to be native to the United States.” – United States Department of Agriculture
“All plants are not created equal, particularly in their ability to support wildlife. Most of our native plant-eaters are not able to eat alien plants, and we are replacing native plants with alien species at an alarming rate, especially in the suburban gardens on which our wildlife increasingly depends. My central message is that unless we restore native plants to our suburban ecosystems, the future of biodiversity in the United States is dim.” – Doug Tallamy in Bringing Nature Home
If you’re interested in creating more habitat for wildlife by adding native plants in your landscape, please check out the list of plants we have available by clicking the links below. Not sure what you’re looking for or where to start? We’d be happy to help you learn more about the native plants that will best fit your space. Simply Contact Us and we’ll be in touch to chat about ideas.
Top Picture – Sweet Black-Eyed Susan flowering in our backyard. A great native wildflower for a spot in full sun and in medium to wet soils. Their blooms are a favorite for many pollinators and their seed is enjoyed by songbirds.