Downloadable PDFs

Wholesale Catalog

Selection of hundreds of species

Order Form

Printable order form from Taylor Creek

30 Year Scrapbook

Photographic tour from our beginnings to today

Rain Garden

An ideal first step into the world of native planting, rain gardens are simple to build, an excellent way to control and conserve rainwater runoff, and can fit most any yard. Wetland perennials are hardy, low-maintenance, not to mention beautiful. They’re also attractive to varieties of birds and butterflies, all of which love to feast on mosquitoes.

How To Handbook

Step by step guide

Pollinator Meadow

Ideal habitat for pollinating bees and birds

What to Expect and Why

Year 1, 2, 3, 4 and beyond

Butterfly Garden

Help preserve nature’s winged helpers. Build a garden to support bird, butterfly and bee species, from egg to adult. Perennials will provide beauty for decades. The right mix of wildflowers, grasses and location can attract hummingbirds, bluebirds, chickadees, cardinals, and all kinds of migrating songbirds. Other visitors may include yellow swallowtails, black swallowtails, red admirals, cabbage whites, mourning cloaks and monarchs.

Instruction for Planting Our

Seeds + Plants

Instructional guide

Botanical Names

Download our cross reference cheat sheet for old and new botanical and common names

Your Native Wildflower Landscape

Instructional guide

Natives Lingo

The need-to-know terms

Aphid Treatment

Simple treatment to dry out aphids

Growing Your Own Wildflowers

Propagation and Cultural Information