Welcome to the Native Plant Information Network (NPIN). Our goal is to assemble and disseminate information that will encourage the sustainable use and conservation of native wildflowers, plants and landscapes throughout North America.
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It's NPIN Mobile to the rescue. Starting now, you can access the Native Plant Information Network with your web-enabled smartphone. When you pull up the application, four choices appear on your screen—the Native Plant Database, the Image Gallery, Mr. Smarty Plants and "Help Us Grow" which allows you to make a financial contribution to support the Native Plant Information Network.www.wildflower.org/mobile
Find native plant species by state. Each list contains commercially available species suitable for gardens and planned landscapes. Once you have selected a collection, you can browse the collection or search within it using the combination search.View Recommended Species page
Native plant: Populus grandidentata (Bigtooth aspen, Big-tooth aspen, Long-toothed aspen) Big-tooth aspen is a columnar tree 50-75 ft. tall. Toothed leaves are cottony-white on the lower surface, especially when the tree is young. The slender trunk’s whitish bark, becomes furrowed at base and darker gray with age. Silvery catkins appear before leaves. Deciduous foliage becomes golden-yellow in fall.
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Supplier: Adkins Arboretum (Ridgely, MD) Dedicated to promoting the conservation and appreciation of plants native to the Delmarva peninsula. Large selection of native trees, shrubs and perennials.
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Organization: Wildlife Habitat Council (Silver Springs, MD)
WHEC is a non-profit, non-lobbying group of individuals, conservation organizations, and corporations dedicated to the enhancement and preservation of wildlife habitat.
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