Delmarva Native Plants
Delmarva Native Plants was founded based on a desire to create change in the environmental horticulture industry. We believe as horticulturists it is our role to help protect and preserve the native flora of the Mid-Atlantic. Our plants are grown for everything from small-scale home landscapes up through large scale habitat restoration projects. We specialize in large scale contract grows, but we do keep a large inventory on hand to meet all of our client’s needs. We also have a number of retail partnerships to help homeowners make purchases for hard-to-find local provenance plants. WE ARE WHOLESALE TO THE TRADE! If you are a retail customer in need of planting material, we are more than happy to refer you to our retail nursery partners.
Preserving our flora preserves the entire ecosystem from top to bottom. Our use of exclusively local provenance genotypes is unique among regional suppliers. Our upland and wetland plants are grown directly from seed, ensuring natural genetic diversity. Our plants that are specified as local ecotype will form the foundation of a viable population wherever they are established, whether it be a living shoreline or rain garden. We have a diverse array of plant species available, covering a broad range of habitat types. Everything from salt water wetland plants to dry upland meadow. Our processes evolve each year in an effort to siplify seasonal duties along with improving the quality of our plant materials.
We specialize in growing wetland plants: Spartina alterniflora (smooth cordgrass) and Spartina patens (salt meadow hay). You may have heard that the genus Spartina underwent a recent name change, with increasing frequency we are hearing them be referred to as Sporobolus alterniflorus and Sporobolus pumilus, regardless of the nomenclature we are experts in these two species and can help provide plants for any sized project. Pro registration required to see contact info.
6650 Bobtown Rd.
Hurlock, MD 21643
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