The Beauty and Benefits
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Discovering the Magic of Native Plants

Beauty and Biodiversity

Native plants are plants that are naturally occurring in a specific region or ecosystem. They haven't been introduced or modified by humans in any way, and they've adapted over time to the local environment. They're important because they play a big role in the natural balance of the ecosystem, providing habitat and food for a lot of different animals, like birds, butterflies, and bees.

Using native plants in your garden or landscaping can be a great way to help support local wildlife and promote biodiversity. They're also generally low-maintenance and require less water and care compared to non-native plants, which can save you time and money. So if you're looking to spruce up your garden while also supporting the local ecosystem, native plants are definitely worth checking out!

Conserving Water Through Native Plants: A Sustainable Landscaping Solution

By embracing the power of indigenous flora, we can revolutionize our yards, conserving water and preserving our local environment. Planting native plants in your yard promotes water conservation by establishing a natural ecosystem adapted to the local climate. Native plants have evolved to thrive in their specific region, possessing deep root systems that efficiently absorb water and reduce runoff. These plants exhibit a higher tolerance to drought conditions, requiring less supplemental irrigation over time. Their leaf structures and textures also minimize water loss through transpiration. By incorporating native plants into your landscape, you can decrease water usage, conserve this precious resource, and foster a sustainable environment for both the flora and fauna of your region.

Our Pick for the Summer

Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark
Common Ninebark

Common Ninebark

Regular price$45.99

The Physocarpus opulifolius - Common ninebark is a member of the Rosaceae family, a multi-stemmed deciduous flowering shrub with densely arched, re-curved branches, reaching heights between 5 to 12 feet, with a spread from 6 to 12 feet. The bush gets its name from its unique exfoliating bark, which peels back in thin layers as its branches mature. This coarse-textured shrub is a member of the rose family, which also includes hawthorn and spirea, and features yellow, green, or reddish leaves that form an attractive cascading mound. Ninebark flowers in late spring with clusters of white or pink blooms, and it bears red fruit in late summer and autumn, attracting birds.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Native to North America

Drought tolerant once established.

White/Pink flowers, non-fragrant



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