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At Direct Native Plants, we are committed to helping restore the balance of our ecosystem to the way nature intended. Industry and development have destroyed much of the natural habitat on which plants and animals depend for survival, but by planting native plants we can help restore a natural balance. Native plants aren’t just for the birds and the bees! They can help clean our water, purify our air, and provide food for the insects pollinating our food sources. Without these benefits, we as a species would cease to exist.

Change starts in our own back yard with some simple adjustments to the way we do things. By replacing invasive plants and areas of lawn with suitable native plants we can help support pollinators and food webs, transfer carbon from the atmosphere back into the soil, and help clean and protect waterways.

By planting native plants, together we can help restore the environment – leading to a healthier planet for future generations to enjoy.

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  • Testimonials

    “I have ordered many plants this spring from DNP. All of them were in excellent shape when I received them, they were packaged carefully, and came quickly. Their prices are excellent and they have really fun choices!”

    Robin C

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    “I ordered an Amelanchier (serviceberry) tree and a bee balm plant. Was VERY impressed by the size and quality of the plants. The tree is so robust and beautiful. Thank you!”

    Pam R

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    “I'm loving my new shrubs. They are leafing out beautifully and so happy. I had to plant them when it was wet and going to rain for like a week so I wanted to get them in the ground. Used a little leaf litter to help with drainage since the soil was wet. These shrubs didn't care! So happy and healthy. You guys clearly take great care of these. Got Aronia, Cranberry Viburnum, and Buttonbushes. Thank you Direct Native Plants!”

    Amanda B