Quick Start - Sourcing Native Plants
Where to buy plants
Visit a local nursery to browse native plants you'd like to choose for your garden.
Online nurseries will ship native plants or seeds. NOTE: Be sure that your are ordering plants native to the Northeast.
Some online nurseries and landscape designers also sell pollinator plant packs.
Native-friendly landscape architects can provide design and procure plants at the right time for planting.
Reach out to your community!
Join our free seed swap event in December and our plant swap in May/June.
Carlson's Nursery (native plant section) -625 Dobbs Ferry Road, White Plains. (914) 684-6084
Eco Landscaping Maintenance Services
Green Jay Landscaping
getchipdrop.com - free wood chips from arborists delivered to your home
Izel Plants (native plant plugs)
Ernst Seeds (native seeds in bulk)
Garden for Wildlife (National Wildlife Federation). Sells garden kits
Arbor Day Foundation (choose native trees/shrubs)
Select Seeds (heirloom and native seeds)
Northern Ridge Nursery (choose native trees and shrubs)
Wild Seed Project (native seeds)
New England Wild Flower Society has assembled three pollinator starter kits
US Perennials (Choose the native menu)
Help with design and creation
In addition to connecting with your community via Ardsley Pollinator Pathway events and your neighborhood pollinator buzz, you can also engage a landscape architect who can design and source native plant gardens for pollinators.
Plant Me a Rainbow - Sandra Nam Cioffi
Plan It Wild - Amanda Bayley
EcoBeneficial - Kim Eierman
Aesthetic Landscape Care Tim Downey, Hastings, 914-478-7320
Bedford Landscapers - Ken Hubener
Meadoworks LLC - Pam Pooley