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There are many reasons to grow native wildflowers and grasses.  Here are just a few!

Native plants...

…are specially adapted to the environment where they naturally grow, they do not need the fertilizer and pesticides that introduced plant species require to survive.

…save money because they need less water, and maintenance from fertilizer and pesticides to survive.  


…provide nectar, pollen, and seeds that feed butterflies, insects, birds, and other animals.

…require less water than most introduced plant species and help prevent erosion.

…attract pollinators that benefit all of the plants in your garden.


… provide food and shelter for insects and wildlife preserving natural connections in the ecosystem that depend on each other to survive, 


Our perennial native flower seed means that you will see your plants flourish and spread season after season rather than replanting annuals or introduced species that are vulnerable to winter kill.    


US Forest Service

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