NATIVE PLANTS FINDER
Finding the right native plants for your yard can be confusing and overwhelming. The resources on this page have been curated to provide accurate and easy to use native plants lists for your zip code or region. Use these lists and databases to determine what species you want to plant, then head over to the Purchasing Native Plants page to buy them from our trusted native plant retailers.
This database allows users to search for species by scientific or common name. It also allows searches for species with a specified combination of characteristics.
This collection of resources provides curated lists of native plants for Texas as well as a list for each state.
Input your zip code to get location based recommendations for native plants. This database also provides information on the native birds these plants support.
This database recommends native plants based on your zip code and ranks them by the number of butterflies and moths that use each species as a host.
This resource has a database of 200+ plants native to the Midwest as well as a list of local retailers where they can be purchased.
Search for plants in New England by name using "quick search," or narrow your results based on specific characteristics like plant type, flower color, Level 3 ecoregion, exposure, moisture, bloom season, and even cultivation status.
This database includes 300+ plants native to the lower Midwest. The website also has a resource guide with links to local retailers.
This database provides robust information on California native plants and directs users to greenhouses and nurseries where those species can be purchased.
This database contains Indiana native plants and has useful filters including species good for pollinators, raingardens, and shade.
*We endorse the native plants our partners, advertisers and those on our resource page sell, but do not endorse every single plant currently in their inventory. We hope that what we are doing here will not only create greater consumer demand for native plantings but will encourage the removal of invasive plants from retail and wholesale inventories.