Wildflowers From Hoot Blossom Farm & Nursery
Bare-Root Native Plants
Four diverse bundles of Wisconsin native plants suited for different soil and sun habitats. Choose the best one for your yard!
- Wisconsin Classic Prairie
- Wood's Edge
- Wisconsin (Usually) Wet Meadow
- Door County Meadow.
Our bare-root plant communities make starting a native wildflower garden easier. With an entire year of energy stored in their roots, our bare-root plants emerge robust when spring arrives, making them easy to distinguish from weeds. Most will flower in the first year. Enjoy the beauty and support your native pollinators and other wildlife immediately.
What's New at Hoot
Why Bare Root Plants?News and Resources
Learn more about the benefits and care of bare root plans.
What are jumping worms and how to avoid themLearn more
A devistating worm that destroys soil health, the jumping worm can be avoided by using bare root plants in your gardens.
Wisconsin Pollinators: The beneficials insects helping us growLearn more
These beneficial insects help us grow our gardens. Learn more about our generous neighbors.