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Enchanter's Garden

Enchanter's Garden specializes in native plants of the mid-Atlantic region. Our nursery is located 5 miles south of Hinton, WV in the Greenbrier River valley. We are open to the public by appointment only, but we love visitors! We also do business by mail order and are available for environmental landscaping consultations. We propagate all of our plants from seed or by cuttings. 85% of our stock plants originated from local ecotypes within a 30 mile radius of our nursery.

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Coreopsis auriculataLobed tickseed
Early coreopsis
Eared coreopsis
Dwarf tickseed
Danthonia spicataPoverty oatgrass
Poverty wild oat grass
Delphinium exaltatumTall larkspur
Delphinium tricorneDwarf larkspur
Spring larkspur
Dicentra canadensisSquirrel corn
Dicentra cucullariaDutchman's breeches
Dicentra eximiaTurkey corn
Fringed bleedinghearts
Wild bleedingheart
Dodecatheon meadiaEastern shooting star
Shooting star
Pride of Ohio
Roosterheads
Prairie pointers
Doellingeria umbellata var. umbellataFlat-top aster
Parasol whitetop
Echinacea laevigataSmooth purple coneflower
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