Why I Love The New Prairie Nursery Catalog | Bren Haas

Today on the GardenChat Facebook group I learned about the Prairie Nursery Catalog.  I am so thankful I checked out their website because they had a PDF download of the current catalog and that is what I’m sharing with you in today’s post : Why I love the new prairie nursery Catalog.

Why I love Prairie Nursery Catalog – Vlog

One of the topics I love most in this catalog is outline information about native plants.  Education is super important. Whether you’re gardening in a small space or restoring acres of habitat, native plants support life and biodiversity and play a crucial role in soil and water conservation. Native plants offer solutions to a host of environmental problems.  The catalog outlines how native plants are the heart of the American landscape.  Their unique and enduring beauty resonates with our sense of time and place. The variety of colors, textures and shapes is stunning, and their hardiness and adaptability are unsurpassed.  I totally have witnessed this in many gardens I have toured including my very own here in NW Ohio.  Check out my video below that highlights the Prairie Nursery Catalog.

You can find this video on my YouTube page: Creative Living with Bren Haas

Links in this video to check out:

What is a Native Plant?

Native plant is one that grew naturally and has existed for many years in an area. These plants can be trees, flowers, grasses or any other plant.

Some of my Favorite Native Plants

Below is a list of some of my favorite Northwest Ohio Native plants.  You can find these plants in the Prairie Nursery Catalog.

  • Common Milkweed
  • Butterfly Weed
  • Asters

Aster in Brens Garden

  • Chelone glabra ( I was gifted with a Lipstick)

Chelone glabra / Lipstick

(Allium cernuum) Onion


Let’s Connect

Tell me about your native plants by commenting below on this post.  I would love to have you connect with me on Social Media. I’m super easy to find – @brenhaas or click on my contact page to find out more.

Happy Native Seed Shopping,

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