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Native Plants

RareFind Nursery is a retail and mail order nursery that offers a wide variety of native trees, shrubs & perennials including many rare and unusual species. With so many native plants to choose from we want RareFind Nursery to be your go-to native plant nursery. 

For the purposes of our catalog and this website we define native plants as straight species and their cultivars that are native to the continental United States. A plant may be native to one region but not another so we encourage you to do further research as to what plants are native to your particular region. Your local native plant society is a great place to start.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Send us an email. In many cases we can get them for you quickly. Check this page regularly for new additions.

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  1. Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur' (Smooth Witherod)

    Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur' (Smooth Witherod)

    Starting at: $35.00

    This one put Viburnum nudum on the map! It's now one of our most appreciated native shrubs, both for the spectacular fall fruit display, and for the shiny dark green leaves which appear to have been coated with a high gloss finish. The foliage turns a lovely wine-red in Fall. Learn More
  2. Tofieldia racemosa (Coastal False Asphodel)

    Tofieldia racemosa (Coastal False Asphodel)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Rare native bog perennial has iris-like leaves to 10" and sticky flowering stems to 18". White, six-petaled star-like flowers in upright clusters in June. Grows in wet peaty sands in the NJ Pine Barrens in full sun. Companion for Pitcher Plants. Learn More
  3. Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii' (American Arborvitae)

    Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii' (American Arborvitae)

    Starting at: $25.00

    This arborvitae has a compact, rounded growing habit, reaching 4-5 feet tall and 8 feet wide in the first 10 years. Learn More
  4. Sporobolus heterolepis (Prairie Dropseed)

    Sporobolus heterolepis (Prairie Dropseed)

    Starting at: $15.00

    A native warm season grass that forms a 2-3 foot tall clump with delicate open panicles that are surprisingly fragrant. Fall is the true season of interest with orange-red fall color softening to creamy beige in the winter. It thrives in sunny, dry locations. Learn More
  5. Sarracenia x wrigleyana 'Scarlet Belle' (Pitcher Plant)

    Sarracenia x wrigleyana 'Scarlet Belle' (Pitcher Plant)

    Starting at: $15.00

    A naturally-occurring hybrid between leucophylla and psittacina and exhibits the characteristics of both of its parents. White tubes with red veins from it's leucophylla parent but less than half the height of leucophylla because of the horizontal nature of its other parent, psittacina. Learn More
  6. Sambucus canadensis (Black Elderberry)

    Sambucus canadensis (Black Elderberry)

    Starting at: $20.00

    Elderberry is a deciduous shrub which grows alongside streams, woodlands and roadsides. Fragrant, tiny white flowers appear in spring before yielding an abundance of dark purple berries. The berries are utilized by wildlife as a food source as well as being used for centuries by humans to make preserves, wine, and pies. Learn More
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    Salvia 'Purple Knockout' | 1 quart pot


    NEW! Stunning burgundy foliage with pale blue flowers in late spring into summer. Learn More
  8. Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers' | 1 gal. pot

    Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers' | 1 gal. pot


    Limited quantity! Gorgeous yellow flowers that so unique because each petal is rolled rather than flat. Blooms July to September. Learn More
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    Rosa virginiana | 1 gal. pot


    This native rose blooms in June and has fragrant pink flowers. Has attractive fall foliage and rose hips. Learn More
  10. Rhus aromatica (Fragrant Sumac)

    Rhus aromatica (Fragrant Sumac)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Fragrant sumac is a low-growing, thicket forming shrub with beautiful aromatic foliage. The leaves are trifoliate, light green, and change to shades of orange, red and purple in the fall. Tiny yellow flowers appear in early spring. Female flowers will produce little red berries that are attractive to wildlife. Learn More
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    Panicum 'Hot Rod' | 1 gal. pot


    NEW! A compact native grass with blue-green foliage that turns burgundy during the summer. Beautiful fall foliage. Learn More
  12. Pachysandra procumbens (Allegheny Spurge)

    Pachysandra procumbens (Allegheny Spurge)

    Starting at: $19.20

    A native groundcover that's becoming more popular. Not to be confused with the Japanese species, it's more delicate and appropriate for the woodland garden. It has mottled semi-evergreen foliage and fragrant white flowers along with the new spring growth. Spreads slowly and not as vigorously spreading as the evergreen form. Learn More
  13. Narthecium americanum (Yellow Asphodel)

    Narthecium americanum (Yellow Asphodel)

    Starting at: $15.00

    This rare native is mostly found in the New Jersey pine barrens. Upright yellower flower spikes composed of a myriad of star-like flowers are produced in June and July. Learn More
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    Nandina domestica 'Fire Power' | 2 gal. pot


    This broad-leaf Evergreen shrub is know for its erect cane-like stems and compound leaves that closely resemble bamboo. Learn More
  15. Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay Magnolia)

    Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay Magnolia)

    Starting at: $45.00

    We agree with the many people who think that the species M.virginiana is a great plant in its own right. Semi-evergreen leaves with low-branched, multi-stemmed growth habit and white lemon-scented flowers from May-June. Tolerates full sun to shade and most soil types, including swamps, clay and sand. Fast grower when happy! Learn More
  16. Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue' © Randy Kobetitch

    Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue' (Southern Magnolia)

    Starting at: $45.00

    Excellent tight, pyramidal form, and lustrous dark green leaves with light tomentum on the undersides. Hardy throughout Zone 6, possibly Zone 5 in sheltered locations. Learn More

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