Monthly Archives: July 2019

Alternative Thinking

Nearly since the beginning we have produced non-natives. There are pet plants and plants everyone asks for and so it would be crazy not to sell them – we are a business after all – and those plants in question have no record of invasiveness or other harm on the ecology of a place, at […]

Website We Love: Illinois Wildflowers

As a south Jersey-based company, why would we be so drawn to a website featuring the native plats of Illinois? The information and the pictures. Do not be fooled by the simple home page, Illinois Wildflowers¬†is the work of¬† Dr. John Hilty (does anyone know him? web information about him is limited!) and is packed […]

In the Thick of Things

Some of you may have had a similar experience as Kim had not too long ago. She looked out her window at the lump of tawny twigs and yellow flowers that calls itself forsythia and noticed lots of activity in its center. This basically useless plant in the landscape was, in fact, acting as habitat […]