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 located over large portions of the country. Its native habitat is open, moist woods. Their long-lasting blooms make them an excellent 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 usually a hardy woodland perennial. It is native to the Eastern part of 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.