February Native Plant

Amorpha canascens


Are you ready to order?  Here's how:

Print and complete the order form.  You can fax it to 517.647.6072, OR you can scan and email it to wildflowers@voyager.net, OR you can mail it to us, OR you may choose to call us with your order at 517.647.6010. 

Please note, Michigan genotype of forb species are limited.  We outsource to reputable producers in the Great Lakes region.


Whether you are planting a small or large plot in your yard, landscaping a workplace, stabilizing your shoreline, establishing wildlife habitat, or restoring a natural area, it makes good sense to utilize native plant species.


Native species are adapted to Michigan’s climate and soils. Over time utilizing native species can save both the environment and money as fertilizers, watering, and continuous mowing are not necessary. These plants provide habitat for Michigan’s wildlife, which is quickly disappearing with development.


Not only are these plants beautiful and interesting to the eye, but the incredible root systems of these plants rebuild the soil and work as filtering systems. Michigan’s native flora is unique to Michigan and provides us with a sense of place. We encourage you to learn about, celebrate, and utilize these plants in your landscape.

Latest News

Scientific Name Changes

Due to ongoing research in recent years, some scientific names have been changed. We intend to update our species list...

Producing Wildflower Seed for Sale

Article written for the Wildflower Association of Michigan Newsletter (Fall 1998) The Michigan Wildflower Farm produces over 50 native Michigan...


View our 2016 Seed Pricing List

You can see a picture of and learn more about each species by clicking on the individual species' scientific name on the Species List found under the Seed Pricing tab.  We acknowledge the University of Michigan Herbarium (www.michiganflora.net) as our source for this information.


“You helped me to learn how to make a beautiful yard. I just keep adding a little every year.The insect community is very appreciative as well.The work on my small, non-native gardens takes far more time and doesn’t look as good as my natives and I am replacing lawn with flowers now. Keep up the great work”-Mark D.
“You should see the field Michigan Wildflower Farm planted in 2011.  It has more flowers every year and this year (2014) with all the rain, it is spectacular.” – Don F.