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3rd Nov

2018

The scientific evidence keeps piling up. Gardeners that really want birds, not to mention butterflies and pollinators, need to have a majority of native plants to achieve this. Biodiversity for Birds

11th Oct

2018

Nativars are not native (indigenous) plants. It’s a lie. Departments – Guest Voice Bill Jones of Carolina Native Nursery believes the term causes unnecessary confusion and its use needs to end. SUBSCRIBE September 7, 2018 Bill ...

10th Sep

2018

Carolina Native Nursery staff gets invited to speak all over. Recently we gave a talk for the Buncombe County Master Gardeners which they sold out in 1 hour. A week later, this article appeared in The Biltmore Beacon. Thanks Sandra ...

10th Sep

2018

Did you get our Fall 2018 newsletter in your inbox? It is easy to sign up on our homepage and we only send it out 6 times a year. Sign up today. Link for Fall Newsletter

12th Jul

2018

  Nativars are not native (indigenous) plants! By: Bill Jones, President, Carolina Native Nursery ‘Nativars’ is a coined term, and not a real word, trying to jam the native plant movement into the standards of modern ...

5th Jun

2018

Shelby is a Winner!

Carolina Native is very proud of Shelby! Shelby is certainly a young industry leader. In the fore front of leading the horticulture industry in a new direction, focusing on restoring our native landscapes to revitalize our environment ...

24th Apr

2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter: Nativars are not Native Plants! http://fireflynow.createsend.com/t/ViewEmailArchive/y/46CF86D37B0304F4/C67FD2F38AC4859C/

8th Mar

2018

Please take a moment to read Carolina Native’s Latest newsletter to catch up on all that’s new. Link to Newsletter

8th Mar

2018

Carolina Native Nursery is a proud to represent American Beauties Native Pants. Please read more. American Beauties in Nursery Management Magazine

14th Jun

2017

Roseshell Azalea

Amy Dixon at the Winston-Salem Journal called and spoke with Shelby Singleton Jackson about natives  in the garden. Please see the attached May 2017 article. Thanks Amy! Going Native In The N.C. Garden