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Getting Started with Native Plants
Williams Wildflowers

If you plant, they will come. Create a welcoming food feast for migratory ruby-throated hummingbirds by planting nectar-rich native plants.

In both spring and fall, Florida provides important feeding areas for hummingbirds who fly across the Gulf to southern wintering sites or back across the Gulf on their way to summer nesting sites in the North. They seek out native plants, their natural food supply, along their migratory routes. Typically, many birds return to the same feeding sites, so once you start attracting them, you are likely to see hummingbirds year after year.

Buy the right plants for the right a this list of best hummingbird plants to the nursery to help guide you in your plant selection, OR have us deliver a ready-to-plant garden to you for a local delivery fee of $40. We also install.

Hummingbird nectaring on native coral bean. Photo by Fran Palmeri.

Our Best Plants to Attract (click image for plant lists):

All Welcome - Retail Hours: Thursday - Sunday 10am - 4pm

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday hours will be by appointment only to help customers transition to a natural Florida landscape using Florida native plants and edibles without the use of pesticides.  This personal service is free. Call us to schedule your appointment! (941) 322-1915

For thirty years we’ve grown and sold native and hardy Florida-friendly plants to Florida residents. We stock hundreds of species of trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, groundcovers, wildflowers and pond plants to meet your needs. We now have edibles and herbs, too!

We’re a state-registered, fully licensed and insured nursery offering landscape consultation, design, installation and maintenance. Our staff helps individuals and organizations plan naturalistic gardens and landscapes.

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Florida Association of Native Nurseries Plant Real Florida Green Business Partner Sarasota Florida Native Plants SocietyBee-friendly farming