Authentic Long Island Native Plants and Tick Bite Prevention
A nonprofit plant nursery selling local homegrown milkweeds, mallows, asters, grasses for parks and gardens in Port Jefferson. Besides offering discounts on native plant purchases, your donation also enables us to continue experimenting on what native plants do best in drought conditions, what plants are more deer resistant, on native plant establishment best practices, and to continue to grow a diversity of beautiful native plants. Additionally, memberships support conservation projects that benefit Long Island parklands and people, like tick bite prevention. Learn more
What We Grow & Sell - Pricing & Availability - please check with us for accurate inventory
Pricing - 3G=$44 1.72G=$33 72G=$22 Plugs=$5 G= Gallon.
Pricing includes sales tax. Members receive 25% discounts; green and enhanced professional members receive 40% discounts. If you are tax exempt or a reseller you will not pay sales tax. Learn more about membership options and the conservation work we do here.
We're open most days, by appointment only. Contact us with your questions and orders.
- Available for pickup. Some delivery possible, depends on the order size and your location.
- Also find us at the Port Jefferson Farmers Market on Sunday (9 am -2 pm) - May-Nov, 2023 and our Events page for all venues.
Learn More About the Plants We Sell, then Shop Native Plants Online
Tick Bite Prevention
The products we offer are for in person sales only. But do visit our Tick Bite Prevention conservation page for informed action.
- Cedar Oil TickSpray
- Permethrin Tick Spray
- Permethrin Treated Socks
We can help you with rewilding, from formal pollinator gardens to recreating a natural park setting. We grow and field test our native plants to study their performance in varying light, soil, and habitat conditions. Here's some additional references. Contact us with any questions.
- Full Sun (6 hours or more of direct sunlight) - Partial Sun/Shade (4-6 hours of daylight)
- Learn more about the Wildlife of Long Island
- DIY Plant Supports - How British Gardeners Support Their Perennials