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Some Prairie Wildflower Seed / Plant Sources

SOME SOURCES OF PRAIRIE SEEDS AND PLANTS *

(No endorsement nor discrimination of specific vendors is intended or implied).

Indiana Sources for Indiana Genotypes:

Midwestern Genotypes:

*Many other nurseries produce and market native trees, shrubs, groundcovers and herbaceous perennials. This list is intended to help in locating harder to find prairie species, and helping find sources within Indiana.

Wildflower information provided by Ricky Kemery, former graduate student and Dr. Michael N. Dana (dana@purdue.edu), Professor of Horticulture and Extension Urban Horticulture Specialist.

Go to Prairie Plants for Indiana List

Go to Prairie Plants Home Page

Go to Wildflower Planting Techniques Page

Last updated: 14 January 2009

For questions concerning this page, send a message to homehort@purdue.edu.

The URL for this page is http://www.hort.purdue.edu/ext/sources_IN_wildflowers.html