We grow plants that are indigenous to the Carolinas and surrounding states with an emphasis on wetland plants. We also grow several species not usually associated with wetlands. Many of these plants are considered upland species and do not require much water, therefore making them ideal choices for landscaping where periods of drought may be possible. Most of our plants are grown from seed that we collect throughout the Carolinas and provenance information is always available.

Due to our wide selection of plants, our lists open in a new window. Please click on the links below to view the species that we currently offer.  We add new species to our lists as they become available and if you don't see something you need, please let us know and we can suggest an appropriate substitution. Also, please see the chart below for an explanation of "Indicator Codes."
Herbaceous Flowering Species Shrubs Trees
Vines Grasses and Grass-Like Species Live Stakes

Indicator categories

Indicator Code

Wetland Type

Comment

OBL

Obligate Wetland

Occurs almost always (estimated probability 99%) under natural conditions in wetlands.

FACW

Facultative Wetland

Usually occurs in wetlands (estimated probability 67%-99%), but occasionally found in non-wetlands.

FAC

Facultative

Equally likely to occur in wetlands or non-wetlands (estimated probability 34%-66%).

FACU

Facultative Upland

Usually occurs in non-wetlands (estimated probability 67%-99%), but occasionally found on wetlands (estimated probability 1%-33%).

UPL

Obligate Upland

Occurs in wetlands in another region, but occurs almost always (estimated probability 99%) under natural conditions in non-wetlands in the regions specified. If a species does not occur in wetlands in any region, it is not on the National List.

NA

No agreement

The regional panel was not able to reach a unanimous decision on this species.

NI

No indicator

Insufficient information was available to determine an indicator status.

NO

No occurrence

The species does not occur in that region.

A positive (+) and negative (-) sign is used for the facultative categories. The (+) sign indicates a frequency towards the wetter end of the category (more frequently found in wetlands) and the (-) sign indicates a frequency towards the drier end of the category
(less frequently found in wetlands)