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Plants Currently Available

Orders are currently accepted by phone (914-849-9143) and email. Our inventory is growing quickly, and we invite you to reach out directly with any inquiries or to arrange for payment and contactless local delivery of your order.

Plants are priced by size. Small pots (up to 5") are $5 and medium pots (5-8") are $10. For more on our ordering process and payment details, check our FAQ's page here.

Jennifer Anderson / USDA-NRCS

Anemone canadensis  

Canadian anenome

Happy in sun and part shade, this ground cover (up to 24") spreads quickly and blooms freely. Good for large areas or filling in around larger plants. $10

Asarum canadense

Wild ginger

This useful ground cover for shady areas has shiny, heart-shaped leaves and forms low, dense clumps over time. $5

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Asclepias incarnata 

Rose milkweed


Native to wet meadows, this beautiful milkweed provides food and habitat to diverse insects including butterflies. $10

Dennstaedtia punctilobula

Hay-scented fern

This sweet-smelling fern can handle direct sun in a moist location, also does well in shade, and spreads aggressively to form large stands. Good for slopes, erosion control, and ground cover. $10

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Eupatorium perfoliatum  


A 2'-3' tall perennial with long-appreciated medicinal qualities that likes sun and prefers some moisture. $10

R. A. Nonenmacher / CC BY-SA 4.0

Fragaria vesca  

Wild strawberry

A favorite of foragers, this hardy little plant has lovely white flowers and tiny, sweet berries. It spreads by runners and grows in sun or shade, but requires sun to produce berries. $5

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Geranium maculatum  

Wild geranium

This common and lovely 8" tall spring-blooming perennial is a must in the native shade garden. $5

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Helianthus tuberosus  


This perennial sunflower produces nutritious underground tubers that taste like artichokes. Sunchoke grows 6' tall, spreads rapidly and is hard to eradicate, so it needs a sunny place of its own to take over and produce for your family! $10

Robert H. Mohlenbrock / USDA-NRCS

Matteuccia struthiopteris

Ostrich fern

A tall shade lover, this fern spreads quickly by underground rhizomes and is best given its own area, where it will reward you with beautiful foliage. $10

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Robert H. Mohlenbrock / USDA-NRCS

Onoclea sensibilis

Sensitive fern


Grows in shady or wet sunny spots, spreads gradually and mixes well with other ferns and wildflowers. $10

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Penstemon digitalis


A hardy perennial of fields and woodland edges, beardtongue grows about 2' high and blooms in late spring. $10

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Physostegia virginiana  

Obedient Plant

This cheerful 18" perennial quickly spreads and blooms readily either in sun or partial shade.  $10

Doug McGrady / CC BY 2.0

Potentilla simplex  

Common cinquefoil

This familiar ground cover, only 4" high, blooms well in sun and less in shade. It spreads by runners and mixes well with other plants in a meadow or shade garden. $5

Sanginaria canadensis


One of the first native perennials to bloom in spring, bloodroot also has interesting foliage. It stays low to the ground, prefers shade and spreads gradually. $5

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Robert H. Mohlenbrock / USDA-NRCS

Thelypteris noveboracensis

New York fern

This shade loving fern spreads gradually to form dense clumps. $10

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Tiarella cordifolia 


Its low, attractive foliage and shade tolerance make foamflower a good plant to mix with other native wildflowers and ground covers under a tree. $5

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