Regionally Native Plants

Globemallow

Globemallow

Desert Four Oclock

Desert Four Oclock

Tufted Evening Primrose

Tufted Evening Primrose

Fendlers Sundrops

Fendlers Sundrops

Claret Cup Cactus

Claret Cup Cactus

Rough Mules Ears

Rough Mules Ears

Sego Lily

Sego Lily

Cisco Wooly Aster

Cisco Wooly Aster

Fish hook Cactus

Fish hook Cactus

Grand County Public Library

Grand County Public Library

MIlkweed

MIlkweed

TREES

Ash - Single-Leaf

Aspen

Birch

Blanket Flower - Native

Box Elder

Cottonwood - Male/Cottenless

Cottonwood - Mixed Sex

Currant

Hackberry, Netleaf

Juniper  - UT

Juniper - One Seed

Juniper - Rocky Mtn

Juniper, One Seed

Juniper, Rocky Mtn

Juniper, Utah

Oak, Gambel

Oak, Turbinella

Pinyon Pine

Willow, Coyote

Willow, Yellow

Plants listed are all the native plants we regularly grow.  Not all plants are available at all times.  We also grow native plants not listed here on a contract basis.  Please contact us with inquiries about varieties that might not be listed here.

Wildland Scapes has been growing regionally native plants from SE Utah for over 16 years.  Our nursery program grew from a need for plants from our area that we could not easily find.  We now grow hard to find SE Utah native plants, and supplement our supplies with plants from other native plant growers.

NATIVE SHRUBS

Apache plume

Ash - Single-Leaf

Buckwheat - Rimrock

Buffalo berry, round leaf

Buffaloberry, Silver Leaf

Cliff Fendlerbush

Cliffrose

Currant -Golden

Desert Holly

Fernbush

Mock Orange - Little Leaf

Mormon tea

Mtn Mahogany - Curleaf

Mtn Mahogany - Hairy

Mtn Mahogany - Little Leaf

New Mexico Privet

Rabbitbrush - Dwarf

Rabbitbrush - Rubber

Rose - Wood's

Sage - Big Basin

Sage - Desert,  Dorr's

Sage - Fringed/Prairie

Sage - Threadleaf

Saltbush - 4wing

Saltbush - Mat

Saltbush - Gardner

Serviceberry -UT

Shadscale

Snakeweed

Snowberry

Spiny hopsage

Sumac - Three Leaf

Winterfat

GRASSES

Big bluestem

Dropseed,  Alkalai Sacaton

Dropseed , Sand

Grama, Blue

Grama, Sideoats

Indian Grass

Indian Ricegrass

Little Bluestem

Needle & Thread Grass

Purple 3-awn

Wildrye, Great Basin

CACTUS, SUCCULENTS and YUCCA

Agave, Utah

Cactus, Fish Hook

Cactus, Claret Cup Hedgehog

Cactus, Prickly Pear

Yucca, Banana

Yucca, Harriman

Yucca, Soaptree

Yucca, Soapweed

The Upper Colorado Plateau is colder than many desert locations.  This means there are a limited number of cactus and succulents cold hardy enough to grow here.  It also means that we have a lovely native pallet of wildflowers and flowering shrubs that need little to no water to thrive.

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HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS

Arizona bluestar / Amsonia

Blanket Flower - Native

Buckwheat - Rimrock

Buckwheat - Sulfur Flower

Butterfly weed, locally collected

Clematis, virgins bower

Daisy, Sundancer

Desert 4 O'Clock

Desert marigold

Dogbane

Fendler's Sundrops

Gaura spp

Globemallow spp.

Locoweed

Locoweed - wooly

Milkweed, locally collected varietie

Moonflower

Mules Ears

Navajo Tea

Paperflower

Penstemon, Entrada

Penstemon, Firecracker

Penstemon, Flat Iron

Penstemon, Mat

Penstemon, Palmer's

Penstemon, Sand

Penstemon, Utah

Primrose - Fragrant Evening

Primrose - Longstem Evening

Prince's Plume

Sage - Threadleaf

Snakeweed

Sneezeweed

Spider Wort