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Ohio Greenacres: Natural Landscaping Resource List

  1. 1. March 2000United States Region 5 Illinois, Indiana,Environmental Protection 77 West Jackson Boulevard Michigan, Minnesota,Agency Chicago, Illinois 60604 Ohio, Wisconsin Natural LandscapingOHIO Resource List(800) 621-8431 www.epa.gov/greenacres/Disclaimer: The following list of nurseries, seed sources, landscape architects, ecologists, consultants, andcontractors does not imply any endorsement or recommendation by the Federal Government. This is not a completelist of resources. It is intended only to be an aid to those seeking initial guidance on native landscaping.Below is a list of potential sources where you may obtain further information.B.C. Nursery, 4183 State Route 276, Batavia, OH 45103; (513) 724-9032. Specialize in fruittrees for wildlife.Bostdorff’s Greenhouse Acres, 18862 N. Dixie Highway, Bowling Green, OH 43402;(419) 353-7858.Calico, Sage and Tyme, 115 Clay Street, Bowling Green, OH 43402; (419) 352-5417.Earthscapes Nursery, 10403 State Route 48, Loveland, OH 45140; (513) 683-0144.Klotz’s Flower Farm, Napoleon Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402; (419) 353-8381.Land Reformers, 35703 Loop Road, Rutland, OH 45775; (740) 742-3478. Sell 100 nativespecies and grow 300 species. Specialize in native plants.Oak Park Garden Center, 3131 Wilkens Road, Swanton, OH 43558; (419) 825-1438.The Ohio Seed Co., 8888 Parson Road, Croton, OH 43013; (614) 879-8366. E-mail:dougwittman@agribiotech.com. Sell seeds for 34 native species.Portage Valley Plant Company, 1343 Albon Road, Holland, OH 43528; (419) 865-5843.Wholesale only.Seeds of the Tall Grasses, 1961 Buttermilk Hill Road, Delaware, OH 43015; (740) 369-5625.Specializes in native prairie seeds of Ohio.Springbrook Gardens, Inc., P.O. Box 388, 6778 Helsley Road, Mentor, OH 44061-0388;(216) 255-3059. Wholesale only.Vintage Gardens, 8305 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg, OH 43551; (419) 872-1617.Additional Resources:Cincinnati Wild Flower Preservation Society, 90005 Decima St., Cincinnati, OH 45242.Cleveland Botanical Garden, 11030 East Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44106; Horticulture InformationLine: (216) 721-0400. Website: www.cbgarden.com. Wildflower garden.
  2. 2. Cox Arboretum Metropark, 6733 Springboro Pike, Dayton, OH 45449; (513) 434-9005. Conservation Cornerplanted as native prairie, wet prairie and wetland.“Making a Prairie Garden”, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas and Preserves,Fountain Square, Columbus, OH 43224. Siting a prairie garden, planning, collecting seeds, preparation,planting, maintenance.Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Program, Fountain Square, Columbus, OH 43224;(614) 265-6464. Website: www.dnr.state.oh.us.Ohio Native Plant Society, 6 Louise Dr., Chagrin Falls, OH 44022.Native Plant Society of Northeastern Ohio, 2651 Kerwick Rd., University Heights, OH 44118.Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Ohio State University. Available online at ohioline.ag.ohio-state.edu.“Ohio Natural Heritage Data Services”, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas andPreserves, Fountain Square, Building F-1, Columbus, OH 43224.“Rare Native Ohio Plants: 1994-1995 Status List”, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of NaturalAreas and Preserves, Columbus, OH 43224. Available online at www.dnr.state.oh.us.Stanley M. Rowe Arboretum, 4600 Muchmore Rd., Indiana Hill, OH 45243; (513) 561-5151. Native plants andconifers.University of Nebraska, Department of Horticulture, 377K Plant Science Hall, Lincoln, NE 68583-0724;(402) 472-2854. Information about PrairieScapes: landscapes and gardens that help prevent pollution;environmentally sound landscaping for prairie region.Wild Ones - Natural Landscapers, P.O. Box 23576, Milwaukee, WI 53223. Non-profit organization educatingmembers on landscaping using native species with a chapter in Columbus. For more information visit thenational homepage at www.for-wild.org.