ARROWWOOD'S 2017 FEATURED PLANTS
We are constantly growing our native plant repertoire.
Featured Plants are available in larger quantities for design installations, as well as in smaller quantities for individual purchase.
Please contact us about Custom Plant Orders and Pick-up or Delivery options.
Blue Mountain Mint
Pycnanthemum muticum The subtle green flowers in summer above its silver foliage attract an abundance of beneficial pollinating insects. The smell and the flavor rival any other type of mint and it makes a delicious herbal tea. Thrives in moist Meadows.
Wild Petunia (Ruellia humilis)
Endangered in PA. Fringeleaf Wild Petunia grows in very tough dry sites in full to part-sun. Flowers purple in fall and self-seeds aggressively. Naturally grows in dry fields and Prairies. Suitable for Coastal and Urban gardens.
Wild Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)
A rare succulent that likes shade and moisture. Semi-evergreen. Makes a great specimen or groundcover. White flowers in mid-spring. Thrives in moist Woodland habitat.
Virginia Strawberry (F. virginiana)
Aka. Wild Strawberry. Grows rapidly in dry to moist full sun, and light shade. Produces sweet edible berries that are smaller than the commercial varieties. Makes an excellent durable lawn or groundcover replacement. Suitable for Urban spaces, Meadows, and Woodland edges.
Oak Sedge (Carex pensylvanica)
Aka. Pennsylvania Sedge. Makes a great lawn alternative for sun or shade. Grows naturally in woodland and meadow habitats.Performs well in urban gardens.
Maypops (Pasiflora incarnata)
Also known as Passionflower Vine.
Blue Wood Sedge (Carex flaccosperma)
Golden Groundsel (Senecio aureus)
Rose Mallow (Hibiscus moscheutos)
Golden Star (Chrysogonum virginiana)
River Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium)
Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense)
Barren Strawberry (W. fragarioides)
Coral Honeysuckle (L. sempervirens)
Sundrops (Oenethera fruticosa)