Native Perennials Are Tough, And A Haven For Wildlife
Why Plant Native Perennials?
Because native plants occur naturally and grow wild in North America, these adaptable plants play an important role in thriving gardens. Native plants and native hybrids are adaptable and low-maintenance, and they are more likely to survive temperature, rainfall, and humidity swings than cultivated ornamental and non-native plants. Further, native plants have mutually beneficial relationships with pollinators and wildlife, making them the best choice for a garden that provides food and habitat to support bees, birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects.