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Flatwoods Plum (Prunus umbellata)
Zones 7b-10b Flatwoods plum is a lesser known plum species with traits somewhat intermediate between American, Mexican, and Chickasaw plum – and it deserves much more recognition than it gets – both from a wildlife, pollinator, and aesthetics standpoint. Flatwoods...
Waverly Hybrid-Putative Quercus x ludoviciana (Q.phellos x falcata)
Limited Time Offer! Across the street from Mossy Oak Nature’s Golf course is our beloved sister golf course, Old Waverly. A friend of the nursery, Ryan Russell, was in town doing some oak botanizing with us, and happened to stumble...
As member of the magnolia family, yellow poplar fits the mold for those looking to enhance there backyard aesthetics while in turn providing many benefits for choice wildlife. It’s “ tulip” like blooms occur in late spring into early summer...
Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca)
Pollination within an ecosystem is a keystone event. Bees, butterflies, moths, and beetles are under appreciated Gamekeepers that carry the work load of pollen from plant to plant. Your property needs pollinators to perform at its maximum capacity. Common Milkweed(Asclepias...
Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata) Wildflower Plug
Coreopsis lanceolata Lanceleaf Coreopsis is an easy to grow native perennial with a strong reseeding habit that always provides a good showing of bright yellow blooms for the better portion of late spring and early summer. They usually average between...
Blanket Flower(Gallardia) Wildflower Seed Plugs
Blanket flower is a 2’ to 4’ tall native perennial with native distribution primarily in the west and northern most tier of states. It grows best in dry to medium moisture soils and will not tolerate wet sites. Blanket flower...