Landscape designers and the environmental restoration professionals, as well as enlightened developers and planners are seeing the multi-faceted benefits that native plantings bring to a broad array of project types.
While environmental projects such as wetland and stream bank restorations create an obvious demand for native plant stock, a new paradigm in the design of our urban and suburban landscapes and the developments they host is evolving.
Design professionals and community requirements are seeking to bring true natives back to our human constructed landscapes. Through the use of native plant materials our new and restored communities can promote more diversified habitat for our native wildlife, and reduce the use of pesticides in our human habitats. Both contribute to a much more positive living experience for all.