957 Patterson Road • Jackson, NJ • 08527
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Welcome to RareFind Nursery!

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. Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice' (Blue Star)

    Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice' (Blue Star)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Long lived native perennial that looks good all year. Willow-shaped, dark green foliage turns an attractive bright yellow in fall. Habit is compact and upright. Spikes of blue star-like dark lavender-blue 3/4 inch flowers appear in late Spring. Learn More
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    Aronia melanocarpa Low Scape Hedger® | 3 gal. pot (Oversized)

    $67.50

    NEW! It's a dense column of glossy green foliage is perfect for low hedges. In the spring you will find loads of white flowers with the foliage turning a brilliant reds and oranges in the fall. Learn More
  3. Aruncus 'Fairy Hair' | 1 gal. pot

    Aruncus 'Fairy Hair' | 1 gal. pot

    $20.85

    Produces sprays of cream, triangular flowers that age to a darker color. Learn More
  4. Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed)

    Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed)

    Starting at: $15.00

    This milkweed has clusters of upward facing pink flowers in June and July growing to 3-5' tall. Native to flood plains and wet meadows, but is underused in regular garden conditions. Great plant for butterflies and the food of choice for Monarch caterpillars. Learn More
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    Asimina triloba 'Pennsylvania Golden' | 1 gal. pot

    $75.00

    Pennsylvania Golden' is a very early ripening variety of Pawpaw. It's yellow fruit is said to taste like a combination of mango, pineapple and banana. Learn More
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    Aster oblongifolius 'Raydon's Favorite' | 1 gal. pot

    $15.00

    Purple blue flowers during the fall that add a later food source for pollinators. Learn More
  7. Baptisia australis (False Blue Indigo)

    Baptisia australis (False Blue Indigo)

    Starting at: $16.50

    Beautiful spikes of pea-like blue flowers appear in June and are followed by inflated green pods which dry to decorative black rattles for winter interest. Learn More
  8. Callicarpa americana (American Beautyberry)

    Callicarpa americana (American Beautyberry)

    Starting at: $20.00

    Native species with large very showy violet purple berries in big clusters around the stems. The fruits are produced on new growth and mature in the fall. Learn More
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    Calycanthus floridus 'Athens' (Eastern Sweetshrub)

    Starting at: $67.50

    Also known as 'Katherine', this sweet smelling native deciduous shrub has yellow flowers in May and June. Learn More
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    Calycanthus floridus 'Edith Wilder' (Sweetshrub)

    Starting at: $61.50

    Found at the Scott Arboretum in Swarthmore, PA. Beautiful reddish maroon flowers are very fragrant. A gorgeous yellow fall foliage. Learn More
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    Calycanthus floridus 'Michael Lindsey' (Sweetshrub)

    Starting at: $61.50

    Considered the best selection of this species for its combination of reliably fragrant reddish brown flowers, nice glossy leaves, and dense, compact, globe-shaped habit. Fruity scented flowers begin in late Mayand are long-lasting. Learn More
  12. Calycanthus floridus var purpureus 'Burgundy Spice' (Sweetshrub)

    Calycanthus floridus var purpureus 'Burgundy Spice' (Sweetshrub)

    Starting at: $96.00

    The first of its kind! From our friends at Pleasant Run in Allentown, NJ comes this beautiful native sweetshrub that has burgundy foliage from the time it leafs out until it drops them in the fall. A beautiful burgundy flower in late spring gives off a fruity fragrance in the latter part of the day. Learn More
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    Calycanthus floridus var. purpureus | 1 gal. pot

    $25.00

    Gorgeous green leaves that are purple on the underside of the leaf make this plant stand out. Burgundy flower during late spring into early summer. Learn More
  14. Cephalanthus occidentalis 'Sputnik'

    Cephalanthus occidentalis 'Sputnik'

    Starting at: $38.70

    Pinkish white spherical inflorescences orbit this large shrub. Large flowers to 1.5 inches, a long blooming season with nice form, and glossy foliage. Normally grows near water, best suited for moist to wet soils. Learn More
  15. Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™ (Eastern Redbud)

    Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™ (Eastern Redbud)

    Starting at: $60.00

    WOW! A tri-colored foliage show in spring and summer. Tips of new growth starts as peachy apricot, maturing through chartreuse-yellow to a final deep green. All 3 color stages occur simultaneously. Pretty lavender flowers in spring add even more interest. 'JN2' PP21451 Learn More
  16. Cladrastis kentukea 'Perkins Pink' (Yellowwood)

    Cladrastis kentukea 'Perkins Pink' (Yellowwood)

    Starting at: $45.00

    This tree will make a statement in the landscape long after the planter is gone! Provides shade, beauty and fragrance on a round-headed tree with 12" drooping panicles of light pink (not the normal white) pea flowers in June. Bright green foliage turns soft golden yellow in fall, with smooth light gray bark. Prune in summer. Learn More

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