Your Local Native Plant Nursery Online


The food foundation for all native wildlife is native plants.

If you grow it, they will come!

Riverside Native Perennials, LLC grows Midwest and North American native perennials that serve as hostplant and nectar sources for bees, birds and butterflies. We work closely with environmental and reclamation professionals, professional landscapers and homeowners seeking to restore their land with beautiful native perennials. We make it our mission to provide you with healthy plants and the information necessary to be successful with them.

Providing native perennial hostplants is the best way to help slow the decline of butterfly, moth and bee populations and hopefully reverse this trend.


Quickly and easily search our extensive selection of North American native perennials.

Determining which perennial species are appropriate for your application can be a difficult task. To solve this, we offer two search functions to help narrow your appropriate plant choices.  Our new Native Range Map (see below) selects a diverse palette of plants native to your general geographic area.  We’ve also listed cultural information based on industry-accepted scientific publications for homeowners and restoration professionals alike. This information will help you fine tune your choices to match your conditions thus ensuring success.

You can also search our entire native plant inventory using our Native Species Search (see above).  This feature allows you to search for plants by sun exposure, moisture, hardiness zone, bloom time, flower color or all of the above to find the perfect species for your application.

Making the right decisions about which species are suitable for your planting application can be difficult. A new feature to our website is the native perennial range map. Some of the earliest reference materials available have been used to make range maps accurate and easy to use. Click on the map below to give it a try!
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