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To promote the conservation, sound management, and sustainable use of Indiana's wildlife and wildlife habitat through education, advocacy, and action.

Native Plant Sale

Through our partnership with local Indiana Native Plant Nursery, Cardno, we offer a variety of native plant kits, trees, shrubs and seed for sale. Your purchase supports IWF and Indiana’s native wildlife!

Plant kits available for purchase:
Native Plant Kit Descriptions - Full List
Bird and Butterfly Kit
Rain Garden Kit
Shade Kit
Wetland Kit
Prairie Kit
Prairie Grass Kit
Pollinator Kit

Please note: Due to availability and growing conditions, substitutions may be made for certain species within kits. Potential substitutions based on kit can be found here:

Bird/Butterfly

Sand Coreopsis, Purple Prairie Clover, Button Eryngo, Wild Bergamot, Black-Eyed Susan, Common Spiderwort, Sundial Lupine, Hoary Verbena, Little Bluestem, Pinnate Prairie Cornflower

Pollinator

Sundial Lupine, Common Spiderwort, Blue/White Wild Indigo, Nodding Onion, Butterfly Milkweed, Rough Blazing Star, Pinnate Prairie Cornflower, Blue Mistflower, Virginia Mountainmint

Prairie

Side Oats Grama, Stiff Tickseed, Purple Prairie Clover, Rough Blazing Star, Wild Bergamot, Wild Quinine, Showy Goldenrod

Prairie Grass

Prairie Sandreed, Troublesome Sedge, Purple Lovegrass, American Beakgrain

Rain Garden

Nodding Onion, Purple Prairie Clover, Great Blue Lobelia, Riddle’s Goldenrod, Virginia Mountainmint, Brown-Eyed Susan, Smooth Blue Aster, Prairie Ironweed, Wild Quinine

Shade

Blue Giant Hyssop, Tall Thimbleweed, Candle Anenome, Hairy Pagoda Plant, American Beakgrain, Hairy Wildrye, Spotted Geranium, Greek Valerian, Zig Zag Goldenrod, Prairie Ironweed, Early Meadow-Rue

Wetland

Calamus, Bottlebrush Sedge, Common Boneset, Common Sneezewood, Swamp Verbena, Golden Alexander

Bare Root Trees and Shrubs being offered for 2017: American Highbush Cranberry, Smooth Serviceberry, Elderberry, Shagbark Hickory, Buttonbush, Silky Dogwood, Spicebush, White Oak (For best propagation success, please order trees and shrubs between November and early March for planting in late November/early December or March/April. The nursery trees and shrubs are dormant at this time and will experience less transplant shock when planted in colder temps.)

Also being offered: "Time to Go WILD" Seed Mix - Includes 19 native flowering species.

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Find Additional Sources of Indiana Native Plants

 

Is your yard filled with native plants? Get it certified through our unique Wildlife Habitat Program.

We are proud participants in the Grow Native program.  All of the plants we offer are native to Indiana and invasive-free.  For more information on this program, click here.