Why Native Plants?
beauty plus function
feed struggling birds and pollinators
connect wild areas in a pollinator pathway
a solution to heavy clay, shade, , and other problem areas
attract beneficial bugs for the vegetable garden
natural erosion control
special relationships with local fauna
hardy alternative to touchy tropicals
see more wildlife in your yard
Doing business with us
Our 2023 inventory will be updated in March and updated again in May. The 2022 invetory list on the Products page is a good place to start if you are looking early. If you know what you are looking for, please send us a list and we will determine what is available and in what quantities. If you aren't sure what you are looking for, send us the general conditions of your planting area (Sun / Moisture) and we will help you determine what may work well in your conditions. Once the details are determined we can arrange a pickup at our nursery by appointment. Or, come visit us at one of our market days or other plant sales (see Events) to talk with us in person. Open House Dates at the Nursery will soon be posted on our Events page. We are thankful that you are choosing native plants and contributing to ecological restoration. Its a great decision and every yard matters!
Native Roots Inc is now in 2 locations and expanding to provide more services.
Native Roots Inc. nursery in Richfield, Ohio is open by appointment only. The best way to browse the plants and get some free advice is to attend an event. See the Events page for 2023 Scheduled Events including Open House Events at the nursery.
Native Roots WV Native Plant Nursery Inc. and Native Roots Lawn Services Inc. opened for business in West Virginia in 2022 as the WV division of Native Roots Inc. The nursery in Wood County will open with regular hours May 3, 2023.
WV Nursery Address:
598 Deems Road
Mineral Wells, WV 26150
Please call 304-210-3966.
We encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see posts from the nursery, our events, resources and last minute updates on events.
The "Landscaping for Biodiversity with Ohio Native Plants" document created by Cleveland Metro Parks (available below), provides details about plant size and color. An excellent resource!