Native Plantings


Native plants are accustomed to Midwest climate patterns, weather conditions and soil types. Native plants are less likely to need replacement, will have a long life span, need little to no maintenance and will continuously bloom. The deep-root systems of native plants infiltrate and cleanse runoff, improve soil quality and stabilize sloping and eroding land. They also provide the best food sources and homes for wildlife such as the goldfinch and the Monarch butterfly.