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Native Perennials

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  • Virginia Bluebells Flower  is a low maintenance flower that looks great anywhere.
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    Virginia Bluebells

    USDA Zones 3-10
    $5.99

  • Great White Trillium are a fast growing flower.
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    Great White Trillium

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $6.29

  • Bloodroot plants in full bloom have beautiful yellow and white foliage.
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    Bloodroot

    USDA Zones 3-7
    $4.99

  • Indian Pink plant is a fast growing plant that has beautiful red blooms.
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    Indian Pink

    USDA Zones 6-9
    $4.99

  • Wild ginger growing looks amazing anywhere especially along sidewalks and driveways.
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    Wild Ginger

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Jack in the Pulpit is a fast growing flower that grows anywhere.
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    Jack In The Pulpit

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $4.99

  • Foam Flower is a fast growing ground cover that thrives in the shade.
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    Foam Flower

    USDA Zones 3-8
    $4.99

  • Lily of the valley in bloom have a gorgeous white foliage.
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    Lily of the Valley

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $4.99

  • Wild Geranium Flower in bloom has a vivid lilac foliage.
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    Wild Geranium

    USDA Zones 3-8
    Our Price: $4.99
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  • Turk Cap Lily up close have stunning orange colors with a little pop of white in the middle.
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    Turk's Cap Lily

    USDA Zones 5-8
    $5.99

  • Red Trillium in bloom add a beautiful dark red color to any landscape.
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    Red Trillium - Stinking Benjamin

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $5.99

  • Hepatica is a fast growing perennial that adds gorgeous colors to any landscape.
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    Hepatica

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Trout Lily Flower is a fast growing flower that blooms a snowy white to yellow color.
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    Trout Lily

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $4.99

  • Sweet Betsy Trillium is a fast growing flower that look great anywhere.
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    Sweet Betsy Trillium

    USDA Zones 5-8
    Our Price: $4.99
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  • May apple plant is a fast growing flower that loves the shade.
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    Mayapple

    USDA Zones 3-8
    $5.99

  • Yellow Trillium are fast growing and add a gorgeous pop of yellow to any flower bed.
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    Yellow Trillium

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $5.99

  • Goldenseal leaves have vibrant green foliage.
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    Goldenseal

    USDA Zones 3-7
    $4.99

  • Dutchman's breeches in bloom is an adorable little plant that looks like it has pairs of pants on it.
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    Dutchman's Breeches

    USDA Zones 3-7
    $4.99

  • Virginia Spring Beauty is a fast growing flower that has beautiful lilac colors.
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    Virginia Spring Beauty

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $4.99

  • Dwarf crested iris are very low maintenance.
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    Iris Cristata

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Black Cohosh blooms sprout for three weeks; from June thru September.
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    Black Cohosh

    USDA Zones 3-8
    $5.99

  • A Shooting Star is a beautiful, low maintenance flower.
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    Shooting Star

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Evergreen Ginger is a fast growing, low maintenance ground cover that is perfect for any area.
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    Evergreen Wild Ginger

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Solomon Seal Plant Leaf has gorgeous green foliage.
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    Solomon's Seal

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $5.99

  • Prairie Trillium has gorgeous maroon foliage.
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    Prairie Trillium

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $4.99

  • Rue Anemone is a fast growing flower that grows anywhere.
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    Rue Anemone

    USDA Zones 4-8
    $4.99

  • Rattlesnake Orchids are beautiful evergreen ground covers.
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    Downy Rattlesnake Plantain

    USDA Zones 4-10
    $9.99

  • White Violet Flower has a gorgeous white foliage.
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    White Violets

    USDA Zones 3-7
    $4.99

  • Adam and Eve Orchid is a fast growing perennial that will come back every year.
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    Adam and Eve Orchids

    USDA Zones 4-8
    Our Price: $9.99
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  • Doll's Eye plants are a fast growing plant that will look amazing anywhere.
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    Doll's Eye

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $5.99

  • Blue Cohosh is a fast growing flower that will add a pop of vivid blue color to any flower garden.
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    Blue Cohosh

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $5.99

  • Bellwort is a low maintenance flower that blooms in the spring and dies back in the colder months.
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    Bellwort

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $5.99

  • Merry Bells are low maintenance flowers that have beautiful yellow foliage.
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    Merry Bells

    USDA Zones 4-9
    $5.99

  • White Baneberry blooms look like little Doll's eyes.
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    White Baneberry

    USDA Zones 3-9
    $5.99

Why choose Native Perennials?

Native perennials are defined as plants that live more than two years as opposed to more short-lived plant varieties. In addition, A native perennial is a long-living variety that is specifically native to a region and, as such, offers some handy benefits to the home gardener.

 Natural Pollination:

 The relationship between pollinators and plants goes back millions of years and has evolved to be as efficient as possible. Native perennials that have grown in a specific region alongside the insect or birdlife that it relies on for pollination will thrive when paired with these pollinators. Aspects of the plant's shape and reproductive method may be keyed into the type of insects and birds that feed off the fruit or nectar they produce.

 Are Native Perennials Are Climate Resistant?

 Every region has its seasonal weather patterns, and every plant has its optimum conditions for survival. A native perennial has evolved in a specific climate, so it's used to the general humidity, temperature changes, and rainfall levels. Whereas non-native plants may die off due to a cold snap or need to water them more aggressively in the Summer, native perennials can primarily look after themselves against the elements.

 Maintaining the Natural Environment:

 The more ecologically minded among us may favor the native perennial because its presence supports the area's natural ecology. Choosing native plants limits the number of native species being planted and celebrates the natural beauty of the region in which you live. The local wildlife will also benefit from planting native species and offering potential food to the local small bird and animal species. This, in turn, helps the whole natural food chain and brings a pleasing array of domestic animals to the garden.

 Native Perennials Mean Less Work:

 Working in the garden is relaxing and good for the soul, but you never want it to be a full-time job. It would be best if you had time to sit and enjoy your labors. Native perennials give you just this opportunity because they are already suited to the conditions of your local area. The need for soil additives such as fertilizer is minimal, as is the need for artificial watering. These plants are used to how much rain will be falling, and they also have natural defenses against the local insect life. Of course, non-native insects can be a different story. Though native perennials will be less expensive and labor-intensive than non-native varieties.

 An Array of Beauty:

 You have to walk around your region's natural beauty areas, such as hiking trails, to get a feel for how beautiful your garden can be. Imagine stripping away the less desirable weeds and plants to showcase those beautiful flowering bushes. Native perennials offer a host of exciting and colorful options that are different for each region. Plants such as bloodroot, Trillium, and Indian Pink, to name but a few can bring a distinctive natural feel to a garden.