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Western PA Local All-Native Nurseries

Arcadia Natives (Wild Ones Business Member)
2273 South Main Street Extension Washington, PA 15301

Audubon’s Beechwood Farms Native Plant Nursery ❤ (also sells seeds)
614 Dorseyville Road, Pittsburgh PA 15238

Bonesetter Nursery
Follow for pop-up locations, often in Swissvale

Phyto Bello (Wild Ones Business Member)
Gibsonia, PA

Rust Belt Natives
Murrysville Farmer’s Market or by appointment in Hazelwood.

Online and Mail Order Seed Suppliers:

Amanda’s Native Garden (Dansville, NY) ❤ – (Woodland plants)

Ancient Roots Native Nursery, LLC (Poseyville, IN)

Direct Native Plants (MD & IL) –

Garden for Wildlife of National Wildlife Federation

Indigenous Landscapes (Cincinnati, OH) –

Izel Native Plants* (various locations) – (Great for larger quantities)

Joyful Butterfly* (Blackstock, SC) –

Plant More Natives (Richmond, VA) –

Prairie Moon Nursery (Evanston, IL) ❤ –

Prairie Nursery (Westfield, WI) –

The Pollen Nation* (Bridgeton, NJ) – 

Toadshade Wildflower Farm (Frenchtown, NJ)  –

Wild Ridge Plants (NJ) –

Wood Thrush Natives (Floyd, VA) –

Online and Mail Order Seed Suppliers:

Ernst Seeds (Meadville, PA) ❤  – (Wild Ones Business Member)
Special note:
Ernst sells local ecotype seeds in small quantities. Give them a call!

Everwilde Farms* (Fallbrook, CA) –

Prairie Moon Nursery (Winona, MN) ❤ –

Wood Thrush Natives (Floyd, VA) –

Local Sustainable Landscapers

Gaiascape ❤ – Contact Chris Kosin at [email protected] 

Touch of Green

Archewild –

Local Plant Sales & Swaps

No more sales in 2023. Keep an eye out for 2024 sales!

Other Native Plant Communities and Resources

Native Urban Garden Stewardship Program

Pennsylvania Native Plant Society

“Natives Plants on a Dime”

“Monroeville Area Native Plant Group”

ASWP’s Certified Backyard Habitat

Homegrown National Park

National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat

These vendors/events are some of our member favorites.

* These vendors may sell nativars (native cultivars) or select non-native species. Cultivar names are typically labeled: Straight Species ‘Cultivar’  We always recommend the straight native species. See Wild One’s full position on nativars here:

Many online sources include plants that are native to other regions of the United States. Always verify if a particular species is native to your area. BONAP is a great tool for this. (

To our knowledge, none of these businesses use neonicotinoids or other systemic pesticides.

This is not an exhaustive list. For additions, comments, or questions: Please contact us at [email protected]