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Making an Impact
One Garden at a Time

Transforming our Planet with Native Plants

By planting native species, you are not only creating a vibrant and beautiful ecosystem, but you are also providing crucial support to the delicate balance of nature.

Keystone native plants play a vital role in the survival of up to 90% of butterflies and moths that grace our surroundings, as well as nurturing 60% of the native bees that diligently pollinate our flowers. Together, we can make a profound impact on the preservation of these magnificent creatures and the preservation of our precious ecoregions.

Join us in our mission to revolutionize the way people plant and witness firsthand the awe-inspiring transformation that keystone plants can bring to our planet.

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Every garden planted has the power to help:

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102 species of pollen specialist bees

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96% of backyard bird species

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144 species of butterflies & moths

Restoring the Environment, One Garden at a Time

Your impact reaches far beyond your own garden. If you have a lawn, consider making it smaller with wildflowers, shrubs, trees and other native plants.

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Doubling Your Impact

For every plant sold on our website, we reserve one plant to be donated to a community garden or public space, doubling our collective impact on wildlife and the planet.

Our community has planted over

850,000+

square feet of wildlife habitat

Join the Movement

1. Plant a Native Garden

Find the perfect plants for your region, and get step-by-step planting guides.

2. Bee the Change

Inspire others by sharing your native plant journey with us and educating your community on the many benefits of native plants. 

3. Nourish Your Mind

Explore our library of resources and master the knowledge of native plants and sustainable gardening.