Wildflower Garden Kit

$100.00 + Tax

$100.00 + Tax


A garden kit is a collection of plants pre-selected to make gardening goals easy. They can be used as a quick way to start gardening native without having to research everything under the sun. This kit contains 38 of the showiest Michigan native plants selected for color and texture all season and into the winter.  As is true of all native flowers, these plants are also beneficial to bees, butterflies, other pollinators, and birds.

The Wildflower Garden Kit is designed for average garden soil and full to part sun. It will contain 2 to 5 of each species selected. This economical kit includes 38 plugs that fill 38 square feet at 1-foot spacing – a 4’x9.5′ bed; or up to 86 square feet at 1.5 sq. ft. spacing – a 6’x14′ bed.

  • Early Sunflower or Sweet Black-Eyed Susan – large quantity of sunny yellow flowers.
  • Blue Lobelia or Blue Vervain – dramatic spikes of blue flowers that add texture and color,
  • Swamp Milkweed – no swamp required, does fine in regular garden soil, eye-catching clusters of reddish-pink blooms, monarch host plant and attracts hummingbirds.
  • Stiff or Showy Goldenrod – strong clusters of yellow florets provide late season color and texture.
  • Purple Coneflower – this poster-child of attractive native plants provides a large, vivid purple flower in early summer.
  • Culver’s Root, Mountain Mint, or Boneset – clusters or spires of white to offset the rest.
  • New England Aster – prized for its  late summer blooms.
  • Marsh Blazingstar – strong stalks of purple flowers that prevent the late-season coneflower/daisy shapes from getting monotonous.
  • Wild Columbine – unique red and yellow multi-chambered bell shaped flowers,  attracts hummingbirds and blooms early.
  • Showy Coneflower or Pale Purple Coneflower – extending the coneflower color season.
  • Cardinal Flower or Rattlesnake Master – bring the drama.
  • Butterfly Milkweed – one of the few orange native flowers in our area, this well-behaved plant blooms early and enthusiastically and hosts monarch butterflies.
  • Spotted Bee Balm, Lupine, or Nodding Wild Onion – low, clumping plants that fill in spaces and attract hummingbirds.

(species may be substituted based on availability)

Each kit comes with a planting guide. The plants are individually tagged for identification and all tags include height so you can alter the layout to suit your space.