This year we are excited to offer an expanded selection of ecoregional plants. Grown from seeds collected from local sources, these natives evolved here, are better adapted to the local environment, and help preserve local pollinators and other wildlife. Plus, our grower rarely uses pesticides—a big win for pollinators. For more information about ecoregional plants and the benefits of incorporating them in the landscape, read the cover article of our 2022 Conservation Times newsletter, posted on the Resources page of our website.

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