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NPIN: Suppliers - GO Native Landscaping for Birds and Butterflies

National Suppliers Directory

This directory has been compiled to make it easier to find businesses that sell native plants or seeds and provide professional landscape or consulting services. Use the search options below to find help for your native plant needs or click here to add your business to the directory. Associates are providers of native plant services who offer Wildflower Center members a discount on merchandise or services. To qualify, at least 50% of an Associate's projects or inventory must use native plants.

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GO Native Landscaping for Birds and Butterflies

8310 Emerald Meadow Lane
Humble, Tx 77396
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Region: Southeast

Phone: 713-516-5679


Goods & Services
Seed Company
Landscape Professional
Environmental Consultant

Year Established: 2020
Number of Employees: 1-5

Native Plant Experience

Percent of projects or inventory using native plants: 100%
Consult on native plant projects
Track provenance (origin) of native plant materials

Associate Program

Belong to Wildflower Center Associate Program

Discount to WFC Members: 15% discount to Wildflower Center members on consultation fee.

Description: GO Native Landscaping, LLC serves Houston and Southeast Texas with native landscapes. Founded by husband-wife team Glenn Olsen and Elizabeth White Olsen, GO Native provides gorgeous native plant landscapes to reconnect you and your family with nature. Creating a diverse habitat on your property supports birds, butterflies, and pollinators and better stores carbon in soil to help slow climate change. Clients include residential clients across the Houston Metroplex, homeowner's associations, water control districts, and small cities (Woodlands Township and the City of Manvel).

Credentials: Glenn Olsen teaches gardening for birds and butterflies, and nature-related classes through Rice University's Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, Houston Audubon, and the Texas Master Naturalist program. He serves on the Houston Audubon Board and

Native plant source

Self-operated Nursery
Native Plant Society
Transplant from Wild
Contract Grower
Wild-collected Seed
Buy Commercial Seed

Landscape specialization

Large Corporate Grounds
Parkland/Open Space
Nature Centers and Preserves
Roadside Revegetation/Soil Stabilization
Industrial Projects

Landscape services

Garden design
Contract growing
Landscape architect
Site analysis
Land use
Maintenance plans

Last Update: 2023-06-30
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