Our wild native sod is sold in 2' x 2' pieces at $7.50/ft sq.
Please ask us for a quote on larger amounts - we can and do find good prices on order for a pallet or more.
Vaccinium Angustfolium - Maine's famous low-bush wild blueberries - an antioxident superfruit with four-season beauty. Pink-to-white bell-shaped
flowers in May, scarlet fall color and red twigs all winter. Full sun, acidic well-drained soil, and it will need maintenance. Don't forget: if you
do burn your blueberries, please remember to burn safely.
Blueberry/Bunchberry Wild Sod Mix
Cornus canadensis - Slowly-spreading variety with whorled, dark green, shiny leaves and 4-point white flowers in spring and summer and wine-red
foliage with scarlet berries in autumn that are great in preserves. Partial sun/moderate shade and moist soil.
Polystichum Acrostichoides - Evergreen, leathery green leaves in bouquet-like clusters all year long. Prefer humus-rich, loamy, moist but well-drained
organic soil in part to full shade.
Osmunda Cinnamomea - Unfurling fronds and stems have a woolly coat in spring. Prefers moist woodlands, bogs, peatlands, thickets, swamps, ditches
and stream banks with moderate shade.
Polytrichum Commune - The needle-like but soft foliage reminiscent of tiny pine trees. Since moss has no true roots, it obtains all its nutrients
from the air and requires only a firm soil bed with adequate shade, acidic soil and moisture.
Dennstaedtia Punctilobula - A very tough, fast-spreading, spring green, lacy fern that adapts to drier soil in partial sun. Crushed fronds have
the scent of fresh hay. Golden fall color. Useful for preventing erosion.
Gaylussacia Baccata - White-to-pink tubular flowers in spring followed by sweet, black berries and orange-to-crimson autumn color. Thrives in
wet, moist or dry soil, partial shade to full sun, and often found in dry areas. Attracts birds and other wildlife.
Osmunda Claytoniana - A large, robust, leathery deciduous variety. Preferring moderate shade and moist to dry soil.
Maine Wild Mix - Wintergreen, Bunchberry and Laurel
New York Ferns
Thelypteris Noveboracensis - Light and bright yellow-green with a fine lacy texture. Prefers partial sun.
Matteuccia Struthiopteris - A symmetrical vase-shaped fern with broad, ostrich feather-shaped fronds. Filtered sun to full shade, keep moist and
out of direct hot sun.
Leucobryum - An erect, dense, and often rounded variety varying from white- to grayish- or bluish-green. Male plants are dwarfed and grow on or
among the leaves of the females. Prefers moist humus, sandy soil, rotting logs (from pines especially), tree bases, hardwood trees, pines and palms,
in forests, swamps and bogs.
Cladonia Rangiferina - A light grey, green and white variety that grows everywhere, branching out with bright red reproductive structures. Shade
to partial sun.
Polypodium Vulgare - An evergreen, single-frond variety that forms a mat. Prefers moist but well-drained soil in filtered sunlight in all
types of soil.
Kalmia angustifolia - A fast-growing shrub (1-3 feet per year) with pink, saucer-shaped flowers and red autumn foliage. Thrives in moist and acidic
soil types. Full sun or partial shade.
Hypnum - A versatile, low-growing, medium green variety. Thrives in shade, but will also tolerate partial sunlight but not direct afternoon
Gaultheria Procumbens - Dense, creeping groundcover spreading by underground stems to form a mat with glossy, oval leaves turn reddish at the onset
of cold weather and small flowers followed by long-lasting scarlet berries. Full to partial shade. Moderate growth rate.