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Solomon's Seal for sales
Solomon's Seal for sales
Zone 3-8
Solomon's Seal
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Yellow Trout Lily for sales
Yellow Trout Lily for sales
Zone 3-8
Yellow Trout Lily
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Turk's Cap Lily for sales
Turk's Cap Lily for sales
Zone 3-9
Turk's Cap Lily
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Virginia Bluebells for sales
Virginia Bluebells for sales
Zone 3-9
Virginia Bluebells
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99
Wild Geranium for sales
Wild Geranium for sales
Zone 3-9
Wild Geranium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Yellow Toadshade Trillium for sales
Yellow Toadshade Trillium for sales
Zone 3-7
Yellow Toadshade Trillium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +4 reviews
$4.99
Jacob's Ladder for sales
Jacob's Ladder for sales
Zone 4-8
Jacob's Ladder
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +1 reviews
$4.99
Goat's Beard for sales
Goat's Beard for sales
Zone 3-7
Goat's Beard
No reviews No Reviews
$9.99
Swamp Milkweed - Nance Plants
Swamp Milkweed - Nance Plants
Zone 3-9
Swamp Milkweed
No reviews No Reviews
$8.99
Milkweed - Nance Plants
Milkweed - Nance Plants
Zone 3-9
Milkweed
No reviews No Reviews
$6.99
Dutchman's Britches for sales
Dutchman's Britches for sales
Zone 3-7
Dutchman's Britches
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +1 reviews
$4.99
Heartleaf Ginger for sales
Heartleaf Ginger for sales
Zone 6-9
Heartleaf Ginger
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +1 reviews
$4.99
Hepatica Nobilis for sales
Hepatica Nobilis for sales
Zone 3-8
Hepatica Nobilis
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Dwarf Crested Iris for sales
Dwarf Crested Iris for sales
Zone 3-9
Dwarf Crested Iris
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Christmas Fern for sales
Christmas Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Christmas Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99
Hay Scented Fern for sales
Hay Scented Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Hay Scented Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Lady Fern for sales
Lady Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Lady Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Maidenhair Fern for sales
Maidenhair Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Maidenhair Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Leatherwood Fern for sales
Leatherwood Fern for sales
Zone 4-8
Leatherwood Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99
Cinnamon Fern for sales
Cinnamon Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Cinnamon Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$26.99
Toothed Wood Fern for sales
Toothed Wood Fern for sales
Zone 3-8
Toothed Wood Fern
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99

Why Native Plants are an Excellent Choice to Buy 

What are native plants?

 Native plants have been growing in an area or region for an extended period. They are found in many areas of the environment, including forests, fields, swamps, deserts, and all types of ecosystems. For example, some native plants grow well in the dry soil found on the edges of fields.

 Native plants have evolved with their environment and are better adapted to survive in their natural habitat. They have several benefits for homeowners and landscapers, making them a good choice.

  What are the benefits of native plants.

 1. They Add a Great Look And Feel to the Garden

 Native plants are an excellent choice for most gardeners, as they provide a great look and feel with often stunning colors that can't easily be replicated by the less-adapted plants found at your local Home Depot. Native plants also result in a very low-maintenance garden because they are hardier than their non-native counterparts and require less water and nutrients.

 2. They Are Resistant To Pests and Diseases

 Native plants are an excellent choice for gardeners who want a smaller footprint and less use of pesticides. Native plants generally require fewer chemicals to keep them looking healthy, but only those that are not toxic to humans or animals. Additionally, native plants are better adapted to the environment than non-native specimens because they evolved in a similar climate and location as their wild counterparts and were not subject to foreign pests, chemicals, and pathogens.

 3. Native Plants Help Landscapers and Homeowners Conserve the Environment

 Also, gardeners who want to reduce their carbon footprint should look for plants native to their region, which will help conserve the natural resources used to grow these plants. Native plants also save water in the Garden and require fewer nutrients than non-native plants.

 4. They Restore Habitat for Wildlife 

 Planting native species in your Garden can help wildlife recently displaced from its habitat due to development or other human activities such as logging and farming. For example, pollinator insects such as butterflies and honeybees need native flowers to feed themselves, which will encourage them to pollinate your Garden's flowers actively and produce, so you get more significant fruit or vegetables without the need for pesticides.

 5. They Are Suitable For the Ecosystem

 Plants native to a region are essential to ensuring a healthy ecosystem. Their roots will reach deep into the soil, breaking up nutrients and helping to keep the water cycle stable by absorbing moisture from rain or snow and releasing it back into the air in dry seasons. By providing plants with food, such as insects or birds, native plants create a food chain that benefits other wildlife and pollinators in your Garden.

 6. Native Plants Attract Wildlife and Pollinators

 Honeybees, bumblebees, butterflies, birds, bats, and other species that function as pollinators can help increase crop yields by providing essential services to farmers throughout the country. The return of dwindling bee populations has encouraged many farmers to start growing specific plants that can sustain large populations of these essential insects by providing them with food sources like nectar or pollen.

 7. They Can Help You Save Money 

 When you buy native plants, they can help you save money on your utility bills by reducing the need for electricity or water. You will also significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by lowering the air pollution from pesticides and fertilizers needed to maintain non-native plants. Reducing fertilizer use can also help reduce global warming and its harmful environmental effects.

  8. Native Plants Improve the Quality of Air around Your Home

 When you buy native plants, they will filter pollution and dust particles out of the air around your home. You will also have less pesticide residue on your skin and clothes. This benefit can be especially beneficial if you have children or pets, as they may not be as sensitive to chemicals found on non-native plants.

 Why buy native plants?

 Native plants are better for the environment because they are not killed by freezing temperatures or fire. Their adaptations to their environment allow them to easily survive in harsh weather conditions and protect them from diseases and pests that can destroy non-native plants. Furthermore, native plants have richer colors, which make them more visually appealing in the Garden and will also play a significant role in attracting pollinators like butterflies and bees that can help produce bigger yields of crops.

WHAT ARE NATIVE PLANTS?

1. Virginia Bluebells

2. Solomon's Seal

3. Toothed Wood Fern

4. Christmas Fern