Your source for pollinator safe, chemical-free native plants and seeds from Southeastern Arizona.
Propagated for Retail & Restoration Use
of Native Seed Collected from 770 Species
Mandevilla brachysiphon, or Huachuca Mountain Rock Trumpet, is a small native forb that grows to one foot tall and wide and is distributed throughout much of southeastern Arizona and northwestern Mexico.
Tripsacum lanceolatum, or Mexican Gamagrass, is a large, clumping, rhizomatous perennial native grass found in moist soil of canyon bottoms 4,000-6,000 ft.
Lagascea decipiens, or Doll’s Head, is a native shrub that grows to be about one meter tall and wide and is distributed throughout most of northwestern Mexico and into southeastern Arizona (Santa Cruz and Pima counties).
The generous monsoons of 2021 helped produce an abundance of seeds. BN&S had a record seed collecting season ethically collecting the largest amount of native seed to date.
That means more seed is available for purchase with expanded species offerings and limited-edition specials. As we clean the seed we have collected, inventory will be regularly updated online. Get it before it is gone!
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