Colorful Nativescape


Designed with natural beauty in mind, this attractive native garden showcases a multi-stemmed serviceberry, colorful hydrangeas, and brilliant coneflowers to offer allure from spring to fall. Also beneficial to the local ecosystem, this garden will draw birds and bees to its abundant resources of berries, nectar, and pollen.

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Autumn Brilliance
Serviceberry Tree
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Invincibelle Ruby
Smooth Hydrangea
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Pow Wow White
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This Kit Includes

  • Amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’ (Autumn Brilliance serviceberry) A plant for all seasons, this North American native hybrid has natural beauty and ecological significance. Spring brings white, bee-filled flowers and by late summer, the birds start flocking to its edible berries, especially the cedar waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum). Autumn will bring a rich array of red-orange foliage and winter will reveal the smooth, muscular bark of its trunks. This plant is host to red-spotted purple (Limenitis arthemis) and viceroy butterflies (Limenitis archippus). Happiest in moist, fertile soils, this multi-stemmed tree can also tolerate a wide range of soils and conditions.
  • Echinacea purpurea ‘PowWow White’ (PowWow® White Coneflower) This prairie-borne nativar is a compact, early bloomer that will bring lovely, white blooms to your front border. Attractive to bees and butterflies in flower, they will swarm to gather its nectar and pollen. This Echinacea is also host to the silvery checkerspot butterfly (Chlosyne nycteis), a ‘Species of Special Concern’ in several northeast states. Additionally, its seeds feed goldfinches and other small birds. more info
  • Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Ruby’ (Invincibelle® Ruby Hydrangea (Smooth Hydrangea) This cultivar of a eastern Unites States native, was developed for its burgundy pink flowers. Best in part shade or sun with evenly moist soils, this plant grows naturally in the protected woodland setting, where it is a host plant to the Hydrangea sphinx moth (Darapsa versicolor) and the Hydrangea leaf-tier moth (Olethreutes ferriferana). Blooms will emerge on new wood and last all season. Use as a cut or dried flower or leave blooms to ornament the garden until winter. more info