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  • Adam And Eve

    Adam and Eve plant is a member of the orchid family. These plants bloom in early spring and into late summer. They produce blooms that look like small orchids. This plant is great when planted in full and partial shade and loves various soils

  • American Ipecac

    They can mature to be as tall as six feet when full grown and thrive when planted in moist and well-drained soils and also in full sunlight and partial shade. This plant can do outstanding when located in climate zones three through ten. These plants are wonderful when planted in zones five through eight

  • Angelica

    Angelica plant is also called Hairy Angelica and also Angelica Venenosa for the scientific or botanical name. They can mature to be as tall as six feet when full grown and thrive when planted in moist and well-drained soils and also in full sunlight and partial shade. This plant can do outstanding when located in climate zones three through ten.&

  • Arrow Arum

    Arrow Arum is a wetland plant in the Eastern US and Canada. It is also found in Florida along the Gulf Coast. It can tolerate low oxygen levels. It is an invasive plant in some places in North America. The leaves are variable in size but usually shaped like an arrowhead

  • Arrow Head Viburnum Stakes

  • Arrowhead Viburnum Plant

    >The Arrowhead is also known as the Bull Tongue plant. Many wildlife creatures use this for food and grows well in zones two to ten. It is perfect for adding to your water garden or planting around any body of water you may have on your property. This plant will grow up to four feet tall and the foliage is unique in that it looks similar to arrowheads

  • Bellwort

    Bellwort blooms look similar to small bells hanging from a thick stem. The flowers can grow up to two feet tall, and the blooms itself can grow to around 6 inches. They prefer to grow in hardy climate zones 3-9. They will show their flowers from April through June. Most homeowners plant these around the outside of their garden so that the deer can eat these and stay away from their other plants.

  • Bent Trillium

    Bent Trillium is an amazing plant for gardens. This plant can grow to be twelve to eighteen inches tall and does great when planted in climate zones three through nine. This plant loves to be in partial sunlight and also partially shaded areas

  • Bird Foot Violet

    These are wonderful to use as a ground cover because they do not grow to be very high. They will add lots of color to all gardens and natural areas.

    This flower will have blooms that will resemble the shape of a birds foot, this is where the name comes from. The flower will be purple and will also have an orange center to them. The soils will need to be well drained so that the plant does not rot.

  • Blazing Star

    Blazing Star is a wildflower known for its usage in herbal remedies. They grow wild in Northern California. Bees and other pollinating insects are attracted to the fragrance of this plant. They are known for their feathery blossoms and tend to grow better in the shade.

  • Bleeding Heart

    The Bleeding Heart is a fast growing perennial and will thrive in various soil types. This plant will be magnificent when in bloom. It will have very unusual blooms that will look like hearts. It will add accent and color to any garden area.

  • Blood Root

    This perennial can grow to be several inches tall.  It will thrive in areas and gardens that are fully shaded and partially shaded.  This plant makes a great ground cover because it will spread rather quickly when growing.  It will provide beautiful white flowers during March and April each year.  This plant also does great around water gardens where the soils are moist continually.

  • Blue Flag Iris

    The Blue Flag Iris plant is a beautiful flowering perennial that is easy to grow and maintain. It grows best in climate zones five through nine and will be anywhere from one to three feet tall. It can be used for bordering, as a stand alone piece or planting in groups for more color. This flower will bloom during the spring and summer months of the year and will need a full sunlight environment.

  • Blue Lobelia

    The Blue Lobelia plant will add brilliant blue to all gardens and natural areas. It will be great and will bloom in the late summer months. It will be very easy to grow and care for.

  • Blue Stem Goldenrod

    Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod can grow to be as tall as three feet when full grown. This plant does great in full shade and partial sunlight and loves being in moist and well-drained soils. This plant is also good for a wide variety of soils and can also tolerate drought conditions.

  • Blue Wood Aster

    Blue Wood Aster plants can grow to mature heights of three to six feet.  They thrive in full and partial shade and also in moist soils that are well drained.  These plants bloom from June through November and do great in climate zones five through eight.  These blooms consist of several petals and are often found in a light purple color with dark centers.  The leaves can be up to five inches long.  These plants grow wild in woods, on creek banks

  • Bluets Quaker Ladies

    >Bluets Quaker Ladies are also called Mountain Bluets and Azure Bluet. They grow great in full sunlight and partial shade and thrive in all types of soils. This plant grows to be as tall as six inches and blooms in the late spring and early parts of fall. Their flowers are pretty and delicate looking and are made up of four petals and have light green centers.&

  • Bowman’s Root

    Root is lovely when they are in bloom. These plants bloom during the late part of spring on into the early summer months. Grows as tall as wide.They proce lovely white blooms that have five small, slender petals. The flowers seem to be floating in the air. They do great in full shade and partial sunlight and also like moist and average soil conditions. They trive in climate zones four through eight. These plants can also tolerate drought conditions and are deer resistant


Native Wild Plants from Wholesale Nursery Company

Native wild plants are plants that are native to a specific area, and are often found growing wild. For example, Brown Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia triloba) is found over large portions of the country. It’s native habitat is open, moist woods.  Their long-lasting blooms make them a great choice for anyone living in zones 3-9. It spreads easily.

Or try the Rough Blazing Star, found in eastern North America from the east coast west to Texas and the Dakotas and as far north as southern Ontario, They need little maintaining and can look good anywhere they are planted.

Wild Geranium is normally a hardy woodland perennial. It is native to the Eastern part of the North America. It grows in large clusters or clumps of soft pink flowers. It is a homeowner favorite because of its fullness and color.

Native wild plants are typically very easy to grow, requiring minimal maintenance. Wholesale Nursery Company has a wide selection. We’re sure you’ll enjoy these natural beauties.  Minimum order is 25 plants.