Perennial selections can be found below.

Order early as there may be limited quantities of some plants.  Last day to order will be April 10th.

Prefer to mail in an order form? A printable version can be found here.

Information regarding the pick-up dates/times and location can be found below.

  1. Pick up your order at Ohio Division of Wildlife (1500 Dublin Road, Columbus, 43215)
    • Friday, April 28 from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. or
    • Saturday, April 29 from 8 a.m. to noon.
  2. Arrange for someone to pick up your tree-sale items for you if you are unavailable. Items from the tree sale that are not picked up during pick-up hours will be donated to local nonprofits at noon on May 4.
  3. It is important to plant bare root seedlings immediately. Do not leave them in your car or hot garage. Please read about proper tree planting on our Web site.
  4. Conservation-grade, bare root seedlings are generally small, so a large-capacity vehicle is not necessary.
  5. There are no refunds (unless a plant you ordered is unavailable)
  6. The species we sell (except for edible landscaping) will be native to Ohio and/or our neighboring states and may include native cultivars, but are not always native to Franklin County.  We do include native range maps (obtained from the NRCS PLANT Database) for all of our plant selections, so that you can make informed purchases. 
  7. Finally, feel free to contact us at 614-486-9613 if you have any further questions.
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Softstem Bulrush (Scirpus tabernaemontani; Scirpus validus)
Graceful, arching plant growing 6-8’ tall, spreading to 4’ with spongy, triangular stems. Grows in f..
Spatterdock (Nuphar lutea)
This widespread aquatic is found in all 50 states except Hawaii. It provides ornamental value while ..
Sweet Goldenrod (Solidago odora)
Identified by its anise-scented leaves. Excellent choice for dry shade. Clump forming, to 4’ tall wi..
Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum)
Excellent upright winter cover for wildlife, and ideal for reducing soil and wind erosion. Hardy and..
Tall Coreopsis (Coreopsis tripteris)
Members of the largest and recognizable aster family are some of the top attractants for pollinators..
Twinleaf (Jeffersonia diphylla)
Named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, and protected in many states. Found in shaded, moist high qualit..
Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)
Lovely spring bloomer of shady, wet woods and floodplains. Clump forming to 2’ tall with pink-purple..
Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias verticillatus)
Whorled milkweed is an attractive 1-2’ plant with clusters of greenish-white flowers borne in axils ..
Woolgrass (Scirpus cyperinus)
Clumping and ornamental grass-like sedge up to 5’ tall, providing food and cover for waterfowl. Larg..
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