Every year, more commercial and municipal professionals are choosing native plants for their facility landscapes and street and cityscapes.
Not only have they proven they can already tolerate the local soil and weather conditions, but native plants typically need less maintenance over time because they better adapt to local climate extremes. They’ve had years to adjust to regional stresses.
Natives also support biodiversity and local wildlife by providing food and shelter, as well as boost the soil and water health in your cityscape or community.
But you may not know which native plants provide the best color, interest, shade, or screen for your specific application.
Below are six of the best native plant species for large midwest landscapes so you can get a better understanding of some great options.