Our 35-acre wetland farm, leveraged by thousands of acres of contracted and permitted collection sites, supplies environmental projects with over 135 species of field- and greenhouse-grown herbaceous plants, shrubs, grasses and trees.
Our tissue culture lab for micro-propagation and research of native plants provides us with large inventories of plants that are typically difficult to find and or to grow.
Our greenhouses, shade houses and laser-graded ponds provide state-of-the-art growing environments, as well as enhanced production capabilities.
As a contract grower, we can provide plant materials coordinated to meet all project requirements. We also ship throughout the United States and Caribbean.
In addition, our on-site seed cleaning facility and commercial refrigeration system provides us with thousands of pounds of cached seed for on-demand production needs.
Unmatched in contract-growing capacity, we can produce plants in the tens of millions to meet all compliance and certification requirements.
We sell and contract grow plants native to Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and more:
Uniola paniculata (Sea Oats), Cladium jamaicnese (Saw Grass), Spartina bakeri (Sand Cordgrass), Paspalum vaginatum (Knotgrass), Eragrostis elliottii (Elliot’s Lovegrass), Sporobolus virginicus (Seashore Dropseed), Spartina patens (Marsh Hay Cordgrass), Panicum amarum (Panic or Beach Grass), Spartina alterniflora (Smooth Cordgrass), Tripsacum dactyloides (Fakahatchee Grass), Pontederia cordata (Pickerelweed), Crinum americanum (Swamp String Lily), Tripsacum floridana (Dwarf Fakahatchee), Ipomoea pes-caprae (Railroad Vine), Muhlunbergia capillaris (Muhly Grass), Sagittaria lancifolia (Lanceleaf Arrowhead), Iris virginica (Blue Flag Iris), Juncus roemerianus (Black Needle Rush), Eleocharis interstincta (Spikerush), Canna flaccida (Yellow Canna), Scirpus californicus (Giant Bulrush), Nymphaea odorata (White Water Lily), Scirpus validus (Soft Stem Bulrush), Helianthus debilis (Dune Sunflower), Zamia pumila (Coontie Palm) and Coreopsis leavenworthii (Tickseed).