Native  Plants
for New  England

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A women-owned native plant nursery focused on increasing accessibility and knowledge of native plants of New England.

Norwell, Massachusetts

Image by Patrice Bouchard

Why use plants indigenous to New England in your landscape?

Eco-friendly and sustainable.

Can handle volatile New England weather.

Provide food and shelter for wildlife.

Bring all the songbirds to the yard.

Restorative. If you have a patch of land that has struggled to host plants purchased at garden centers, chances are good there are some great natives that will thrive in that spot.

As we have become accustomed to our well-manicured (sterile) lawns and heavily mulched landscapes, we have forgotten the calm beauty of a tended wildflower meadow or the lovely winter interest of a patch of dried seed heads frequented by cold-hardy birds. Somewhere along the line, we decided that trimmed grasses are more important than the native bees that would have overwintered in the stalks, we decided that our enjoyment of double-flowered blossoms was more important than providing a food source for pollinators and that choosing an eye-catching color palette was more important than providing the colors nature intended to attract birds, bees, and other insects. By filling our gardens with the plants that found their places long before we arrived, we are being the stewards of the land as it was intended.

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What people are saying

"A wonderful place to buy plants native to the Northeast! Monarda (bee balm), Asclepias (milkweed), Solidago (goldenrod), grasses and more. All native species, no cultivars. Located in the back lot of the property. Very knowledgeable and helpful staff. Can't wait to go again!"

  • Linda R.