Plant Sources

Many ANPS members not only enjoy seeing native plants in the wild but also enjoy having them in there own gardens and woodlots. There are benefits to growing natives in that most of them are well adapted to the vagaries of our climate and usually don’t require near as much care as non-natives.

We don’t condone collecting plants from the wild however, since this can lead to their gradual disappearance.  Try to find ginseng in the woods these days!

There are Arkansas nurseries which specialize in native plants. Reputable ones grow their own either from seed or by propagating them vegetatively.

The following is a list of Arkansas sources of native plants.

Pine Ridge Gardens (flowers, trees, and shrubs)
P O Box 200
London, Arkansas (AR)  72847
Phone (479) 293-4359
Fax (479)  293-4659
Email:   office@pineridgegardens.com
Website:   http://www.pineridgegardens.com/

Holland Wildflower Farm (wildflower seeds)
P.O. Box 328
Elkins, Arkansas USA 72727
Orders: (800) 684-3734
Email: hwildflowerfarm@cox.net
Website:  http://www.hwildflower.com/

Wild Streak Plants (Specializing in Ozark Native Perennials)
Located in Northwest Arkansas
Call: 479-935-0700 or
Find us at the Fayetteville Arkansas Farmers’ Market
E
mail:  wildstreakplants@hotmail.com
Face book:  www.facebook.com/wildstreakplants

If you would like your nursery listed and you will certify that you don’t obtain your plants from the wild, please contact the webmaster.