Our tentative spring schedule for 2020 has is now posted as well as our availability list for fall/winter of 2019/2020. Check those pages out to see where we will be and what we currently have available for your fall planting needs!
Established in 2002, Carolina Wild is a family owned and operated native plant nursery located in Anderson, SC. We provide quality nursery-propagated native perennials, shrubs, and vines for the Southeastern United States. Our selection encompasses plants for nearly any condition. With over 100 species in our propagation program, almost everyone from beginning gardener to native collectors will find something different and unique for their garden.
The source of our parent materials is one of the qualities that make the natives we produce uniquely adapted to this region. Our plants are propagated from seed and stock materials that have been legally harvested, and most come from local sources. Habitats are not destroyed in acquiring our stock plant materials with the exception of rescue sites where destruction is imminent because of construction. Through the use of native plant material, we hope to encourage gardeners to use a more environmentally friendly and ecologically sound approach to gardening.
Our native plants are ideal for creating backyard habitats for wildlife, as well as enhancing butterfly and hummingbird gardens. Whether you are creating a new prairie, woodland, or wetland, or restoring an existing site to its former natural glory, we hope to provide the wildflowers needed to achieve your goals.
We strive to provide an exceptional value in our perennials. Our 3 1/2" pots are 5" deep, creating a well-developed root system that will allow for rapid establishment. Deeper roots at planting help to achieve durable drought and heat tolerant plantings in less time. Best of all, these containers allow us to produce a premium product that we can offer at significant savings over traditional one-gallon pots without sacrificing quality.
Our horticulturalists will be happy to assist you in choosing plants that are appropriate for your site when you visit. It is helpful if you make obervations about the number of hours of sunlight and the times of day you are getting that sun as well as relative moisture levels in the areas you wish to plant. Photos of your planting areas can also be helpful as we work with you to determne the perfect plants for your new garden or to add to your existing landscape.
If you have any questions regarding our products or comments about our web site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (864)261-0659. For our current hours as well as directions and a map to help you find us, please see our location hours and page.