Why Should I Garden with Native Plants?

Native Tree

Consider adding Native Trees to your landscape.

Gardening provides a variety of benefits to homeowners and their properties. Not only does it provide a relaxing outlet to calm the mind, but it beautifies a landscape with natural wonder. Whether you have a green thumb or you’re just trying the hobby for the first time, it helps to know where to start. Discover how gardening with native plants can make the process so much more enjoyable.

Less Work, More Relaxation

Many gardeners seek out the hobby for the emotional benefits it provides. Tending to a garden is a wonderful way to relieve stress caused by work and everyday life. When you garden with native plants, you can spend less time fertilizing and more time enjoying their natural beauty. Native plants are adapted to your garden’s conditions, so you won’t have to bend over backward to keep them alive during the fall and winter seasons.

Enjoy the Natural Splendor of Your Region

Native plants attract local wildlife like birds and butterflies to your garden. Imagine walking outside  to the site of several colorful butterflies dancing in your garden. Local wildlife need the right nutrients to survive, and gardening with native plants can ensure that they are provided with enough food.

Beautify Your Property

You don’t have to be a botanist to recognize a native plant from non-native plants. The natural beauty of native plants adds a simplicity and elegance to your landscape that non-native plants simply cannot provide. Gardening with native plants adds a depth and allure to your property that you won’t find anywhere else.


Whether you’re looking to restore a local wetland or beautify your property, American Native Plants can provide you with the right plants for the job. With an inventory of over 400,000 native trees, native shrubs, and herbaceous plants, consider American Native Plants your one-stop shop for wholesale native plant needs. Peruse our catalog, give us a call, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+!

We look forward to hearing from you!

American Native Plants

7500 Marshy Point Rd

Middle River, MD 21220

This entry was posted on Friday, November 17th, 2017 at 12:07 pm. Both comments and pings are currently closed.