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Preorder Your Plants Now

Our 2022 Native Plants Price List is posted in two formats below. You can preorder plants for pick-up at Garden in the Woods or Nasami Farm, and you can plan your garden anytime with our lists of plants and prices (see buttons, below), as well as our Garden Plant Finder. For ordering instructions, see the box below,  How to Order Plants and Other FAQs.

We also offer curated plant collections and kits for particular purposes and conditions (see the boxes below), as well as useful books, tools, garden ornaments, and home accessories. Proceeds from the shop sales help support our mission.

During the growing season, browse our plants and garden wares at our Garden Shops in two locations (see below). You’ll find a stunning selection of robust native plants for sale in our Garden Shops. And we have the expertise to help you choose individual plants for a wide variety of conditions. 

How to Order Plants and Other FAQs

From choosing plants to buying gift cards, we have answers

Q: How do I use the plant list?   

A: Our Native Plant List is meant to be an aid in compiling your order. Listed below are notes that may help in using it. 

  • The Excel version is sortable so you can find the information you want.  If, for example, you are looking only for shrubs, sort by category.  If you are looking for plugs, sort by size.
  • Categories are: Ferns, Grasses, Shrubs, Sub-shrubs, Trees and Wildflowers
  • Plant sizes are usually stated by pot volume, such as 1- or 2-gallon. Plant height is included where known. Each container includes a single plant. Container seedlings are shrub and tree seedlings in approximately 3” wide x 9” tall pots. Plugs are smaller than 1-qt. seedlings grown in seed trays filled with potting soil. They are sold individually.
  • Availability dates show approximately when any given species will be available for sale at both locations. We update throughout the season, though crop delay and rate of sale are factors that can make this feature an approximation. 

Q: How do I order plants?   

A: Our plant list is meant to be an aid in compiling your order. While it is not required when sending your order, it is helpful to us. To place an order, download or refer to our 2022 Native Plant Price List from this webpage. Enter quantities in the price list, and email your order to Please include: 

We will email you a final quote that includes instructions for secure online payment.

Q: How will I get my plants?  

A: When your plant order is ready we will email you to schedule a pickup appointment. Please make note of availability dates as you compile your order. We try to have your order complete at one time, but widely varying availability dates can necessitate more than one pickup.

Q: I'm new at gardening with native plants. Where can I get some advice about which plants will work best in my yard?

A: We have some great tools for you! 

Our Garden Plant Finder is a helpful online tool you can use to develop lists of plant lists that will thrive in your garden’s conditions.   

For a color-illustrated handbook with full descriptions of stunning native garden plants, you can buy our latest book, Native Plants for New England Gardens on the Books by our Experts page. Email to place an order.

Once we open for the season we look forward to helping you in person. Until then, we can help you with preorders and answering questions by email and on the phone. Since we are working remotely much of this time, it is best to email with questions. If you would like us to phone you, please let us know best times to reach you.

Q: I'm a landscape designer looking for a price quote. Who should I talk to?

A: Contact us, letting us know what you have in mind, and we'll get you a quote:; 508-877-7630 x3601.

Q: Can I order a gift card over the phone?

A: Yes. We'll mail it to you or the recipient. To order, call the Garden Shop at Garden in the Woods: 508-877-7630 x3601. Gift cards may be redeemed for merchandise and plants at Garden in the Woods and Nasami Farm.

2022 New England Native Plant Pollinator Kits

Native pollinators need native plants for food and habitat. And native plants need native pollinators to reproduce. But the populations of bees, butterflies, bats, and birds that pollinate all plants are plummeting, and the native-plant habitats they depend on are vanishing. You can help. With this carefully selected mix of native pollinator plants, you can transform your home landscape into a native-plant pollinator oasis that buzzes with life! 

Kit Overview

Native Plant Trust offers Native Plant Pollinator Kits for advance ordering, tailored for three types of growing conditions:

  • Kit 1: Full sun, average to dry soil; well suited to open sites with drier conditions
  • Kit 2: Part sun, moist to dry soil; adaptable to a wide range of conditions including woodlands
  • Kit 3: Full to part sun, moist to occasionally wet soil; ideal for pond shores and other damp sites 

Each kit consists of 50 plug-sized plants (see table below) selected to produce both a cascade of bloom throughout the season and habitat for particular pollinators at all stages of their life cycles. Contained in 5-inch deep plug cells, these plants should mature to fill a space approximately 75 square feet or larger, depending on what is growing there already and the desired planting density. 

  • Packaged in a single tray, a kit contains 50 wildflowers (7 species) for starting a well-balanced garden that flowers from spring into fall.
  • Our plants are started from seed from our region. Nasami Farm staff and volunteers sustainably collect seed in the wild from large, robust populations to ensure high genetic diversity. 
  • Our plug kits deliver faster results than gardens started from seed, because you start with well-developed plants with deep, healthy root systems that establish quickly. 
  • We feed our plants with organic fertilizer and use biological controls rather than chemicals as our first line of defense against pests. We use no systemic pesticides, such as neonicotinoids.
  • Price: Each kit packs super value at $195. Native Plant Trust members save 10 percent!
  • Order now for pick-up starting in June! Ordering instructions follow the plant-list tables.

What's in Our Kits?

Choose kit 1, 2, or 3, according to your growing conditions. Download this table to see the quantities and species planned for each kit. Each plant species designated as a HOST supports five or more native lepidoptera (butterfly or moth) species during their larval stage. Note: Kit contents may vary slightly from what appears in the following table. 

Order Now for Pick-up in Early Summer!

Quantities are limited. Place your order as early as possible for pick-up starting in mid-June:

  • Email or call the Garden Shop, 508-877-7630 x 3601 
  • Please specify kit type, quantity and pickup location: Garden in the Woods (Framingham, MA) or Nasami Farm (Whately, MA) 
  • Full payment is due when you order. Please do not send credit card information in your email. We will send you a quote that is securely payable online.

For Best Results

Please follow our instructions about how to prepare the site and care for the plants as they get established in the ground. After you place an order, we will send you instructions on how to prepare the soil, so it will be ready planting when you receive your kits.

Choose from Our Plant Collections

Even small landscapes have varied conditions and planting needs. That's why we created our eight native plant collections.

Choose from eight collections that provide the opportunity to discover exciting new plant species or to fill a specific niche in your garden. 

  • Pollinators’ Feast
  • Spring Ephemeral Collection
  • Moisture-Loving Collection
  • Summer Blaze Collection
  • Roadside Collection
  • Coastal Plantings Collection   
  • Woodland Bloom Collection
  • Understory Collection

Each of our collections contains eight plants and will be available for pick-up at Garden in the Woods or Nasami Farm. Herbaceous plants come in 2-quart or 1-gallon containers. (Exception: Some plants in the Spring Ephemerals Collection come in 3-inch pots.) Shrubs and vines are in 2-gallon containers. Order your collection in winter or spring for pick up at Garden in the Woods or Nasami Farm during the growing season.

To order, contact the Garden Shop with payment information, specifying the collection names, quantity, and pick-up location: 508-877-7630 x3601. Or email your order to

Pollinators' Feast
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From bee magnets like Zizia aurea to the hummingbird moth’s preferred Monarda fistulosa, these plants are sure to have your garden buzzing! Want to devote a large area to pollinator plants? Check out our Pollinator Kits (see above, this page).

Anticipated species
Amelanchier canadensis (serviceberry)
Aquilegia canadensis (Canada columbine)
Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed)
Zizia aurea (golden Alexanders)
Monarda fistulosa (wild bergamot)
Lonicera sempervirens (trumpet honeysuckle)
Eutrochium maculatum (Joe Pye weed)
Liatris novae-angliae (northern blazing star)

Pick-up date: On or after June 15

Member price: $112.50/nonmembers: $125

Spring Ephemerals Collection Spring Ephemerals Collection

Focused on New England’s fabulous array of spring ephemerals, this collection contains species that are among the first to bloom in early spring and usually go dormant by midsummer, as the rest of the garden comes alive.

Anticipated species
Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells)
Stylophorum diphyllum (New England celandine)
Claytonia virginica (eastern spring beauty)
Erythronium americanum (trout-lily)
Sanguinaria canadensis ‘Multiplex’ (double-flowering blood-root)
Sanguinaria canadensis (blood-root)
Dicentra canadensis (squirrel-corn)
Thalictrum thalictroides (anemone meadow-rue)

Pick-up date: On or after April 23

Member price: $81/nonmembers: $90

Moisture-loving CollectionMoisture-loving Collection

Does your garden have a wet spot where the grass won’t grow and the mower gets stuck? The plants in this collection will beautifully fill wet areas of your garden.

Anticipated species
Caltha palustris (marsh marigold)
Hibiscus moscheutos (swamp rose-mallow)
Iris versicolor (blue iris)
Matteuccia struthiopteris (ostrich or fiddlehead fern)
Sanguisorba canadensis (Canada burnet)
Trollius laxus (American globe-flower)
Vaccinium macrocarpon (highbush-cranberry)
Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver’s-root)

Pick-up date: On or after June 15

Member price: $103.50/nonmembers: $115

Summer Blaze Collection
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When the spring ephemerals have passed, the plants in this collection take the spotlight, keeping your garden in glorious bloom—and nourishing the pollinators!—during backyard barbecue season. These plants will be in or approaching full bloom June through September.

Anticipated species
Conoclinium coelestinium (blue mistflower)
Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed)
Chelone glabra (white turtlehead)
Liatris spicata (spike blazing star)
Monarda fistulosa(wild bee-balm, wild bergamot)
Heliopsis helianthoides (sunflower-everlasting)
Eurybia divaricata (white wood-aster)
Solidago odora (licorice goldenrod)

Pick-up date: On or after June 18

Member price: $103.50/nonmembers: $115

Roadside Collection
Roadside Plant Collection

Tired of looking at that barren strip between the sidewalk and the road? How about filling it with natives? This collection includes some of the most drought-, salt-, and compaction-tolerant plants the native flora has to offer. From Asclepias to Pycnanthemum, these plants will make sure your roadside looks better than your neighbors'.

Anticipated species
Asclepias syriaca or A. tuberosa (milkweed)
Comptonia peregrina (sweet fern)
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (bearberry) 
Ionactis linariifolia (flax-leaved stiff-aster)
Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass)
Pycnanthemum tenuifolium (narrow leaf mountain mint)
Rudbeckia fulgida (black-eyed Susan)
Schizachyrium scoparium (little bluestem)

Pick-up date: On or after June 18

Member price: $117/nonmembers: $130

Coastal Plantings Collection


This collection of salt-tolerant, pollinator-loving natives will fill the bill for those with houses on the Cape and elsewhere near the shore. Combines well with the Roadside Collection for a super group of plants that thrive in harsh, sandy conditions.

Anticipated species
Morella caroliniensis (small bayberry)
Clethra alnifolia (summersweet)
Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed )
Eupatorium perfoliatum (boneset)
Panicum virgatum (switchgrass)
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae (New England aster, late bloom)
Aquilegia canadensis (columbine)
Allium cernuum (nodding onion)

Pick-up date: On or after June 15

Member price: $126/nonmembers: $140

Woodland Bloom Collection

Ageratina altissima with bee

Are you looking for plants that do well in shade or at woodland edges for color throughout the growing season? Here is a collection for you.

Anticipated species

Stylophorum diphyllum (celandine poppy)
Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-pulpit)
Phlox divaricata ‘Blue Moon’ (blue phlox)
Actaea racemosa (black bugbane, black cohosh)
Actaea rubifolia (Appalachian baneberry – late summer spikes of white flowers above maple-shaped leaves)
Symphyotrichum cordifolium (blue wood aster)
Ageratina altissima (white snakeroot) 
Solidago flexicaulis (zig-zag goldenrod)

Pick-up date: On or after May 21

Member price: $103.50/nonmembers: $115

Understory Collection

Lindera benzoinOften, what’s underneath is as important as the standout. Whether a true ground cover or an important fill-in shrub, this collection is sure to add woodland interest. 

Anticipated Species

Lindera benzoin (northern spicebush)
Carex pensylvanica (a sedge for dry shade)
Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas fern)
Polygonatum biflorum or P. pubescens (smooth or hairy Solomon’s seal)
Mitella diphylla (bishop’s cap)
Solidago caesia (blue-stem goldenrod, wreath goldenrod)
Jeffersonia diphylla (twinleaf)
Rhus aromatica ‘Gro Lo’ (low growing fragrant  sumac)

Pick-up date: On or after June 15

Member price: $112.50/nonmembers: $125

About Our Plants

All the plants we sell are grown without pesticides, so they will support the birds and bees that keep the rest of life humming.

During the growing season, you'll find a stunning selection of robust native plants for sale in our Garden Shops, at Garden in the Woods and Nasami Farm. We offer a carefully curated selection of plants native to New England, as well as some species and varieties from across the eastern U.S. that appear in the living collections at Garden in the Woods. Our assortment shifts a bit with the season, so you’ll find plants in stock when they are in bloom. 

We also offer curated plant collections and kits for particular purposes and conditions (see the drop-down boxes on this page). You can plan your garden anytime with our lists of plants and prices, as well as the Garden Plant Finder. You can browse our plants and a variety of useful books, tools, garden ornaments, and home accessories at our Garden Shops. 

Many of our plants start from seed that our staff and volunteers harvest sustainably in the wild throughout the region. In line with Native Plant Trust’s mission to support biologically diverse landscapes, we aim to increase the proportion of seed-grown plants available for sale, so that you can expect an ever-increasing selection of genetically diverse New England natives that will enhance climate-change resilience and create wildlife habitat. Seed collection and germination rates determine availability, and we have increased our seed collecting effort. Meanwhile, we offer selections and varieties that remain truest to the species type. 

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Garden Shop Locations

Our Garden Shops reopen in April:

Garden in the Woods
Opening day:
Sunday, April 17
Member's opening:
Saturday, April 16
180 Hemenway Road
Framingham, MA 
508-877-7630 x 3601
TTY 508-877-6553
Plant sales: gardennatives@
Other shop questions:

Nasami Farm
Opening day:
Saturday, April 30
Members' opening:
Friday, April 29
128 North Street
Whately, MA 

Proceeds from shop sales help support our mission.

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