We have provided a list of potential suppliers:
Please note, these suppliers are provided for information only. PEC does not endorse any of these nurseries, nor can we ensure that their inventories are truly native to this region. Please consult with native plant experts or guides before purchasing, and make sure that your purchased plants are from nursery-grown stock, not wild-extracted. Let us know if you're aware of another group that should be added to this list!
Virginia Native Plant Society
Check calendar for postings of native plant sales near you and for state list of native plant suppliers)
Hill House Native Plants (Castleton, VA):
Guaranteed nursery-grown, owners can provide landscape design and installation of native plants.
Nature By Design (Alexandria, VA)
Nature-by-design.com Environmentally responsible full service nursery and garden center specializing in native plants.
Enchanter's Garden (West Virginia)
Easy to use website with a strong commitment to promoting natives and butterfly host plants.
Earth Sangha (Springfield)
Offers native plants for plant community restoration efforts in the region, some available to the public in limited quantities.
Grounds for Nature (West Virginia)
Ecological Landscape Design and Native Plant Nursery
Morningside Nursery (Sperryville)
Native and non-native plants available.
North Creek Nursery (Wholesale ONLY)
Order minimum of $300 for outside of Pennsylvania.
Seeds for wildflowers and native grasslands:
Please note that suppliers of native grasses specific to the East Coast are extremely limited. Sometimes it's ok to go with the natives grown commercially in other regions, as long as the species are true. Talk to the suppliers for more information:
Prairie Moon Nursery (MN)
"Native" seeds for prairies, meadows, wetlands, savannas and woodlands.
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (out of Louisa County, VA)
Native Trees and Forests: