native fern sod in a woodland environment

Native Sod for Color and Texture

Add Color and Texture to Your Landscape with Native Sod!

Landscape with native sod and add natural beauty to your existing landscape. We offer Lowbush Blueberry, Hay-Scented Ferns, Bunchberry, Haircap Moss, and Huckleberry sods. We also offer Cinnamon Ferns, Interrupted Ferns, and Ostrich Ferns.

You can use berries, ferns, and moss as border plants. Or accent retaining walls, stairwells, patios, and other hardscapes with plantings. You can even make native sod the main attraction in your landscape. Enhance your property with a low maintenance ground cover that you will enjoy for years to come.

Most native sod is sold by the square foot and each piece measures approximately 16″ x 24″. However, Cinnamon Fern, Interrupted Fern, and Ostrich Fern are sold by the clump. These are ferns that will spread after planting. Unlike the other native sods, clumps should be planted with space between them, approximately one to two feet apart. When ordering native sod sold by the clump, calculate one clump for every 2 square feet. (Example: for an area of 200 sq ft, you would need 100 clumps.) Actual size of the clumps will vary.

Have questions about native sod? Call us at 888-934-5999 for more information or to place an order.

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Native Sod Types

Shown below are Lowbush Blueberry, Huckleberry, Hay-Scented Fern, Haircap Moss, Bunchberry, and Interrupted Fern native sods. Several of these will grow in partially shaded areas, but Lowbush Blueberry prefers more sun. These native plants also add a touch of the forest to your lawn. Landscaping with native sod is the perfect choice for a natural, woodland look.

lowbush blueberry native sod for sunny areas of your landscape
Lowbush Blueberry Native Sod
huckleberry native sod will grow in full sun or part sun in your landscape
Huckleberry Native Sod
hay scented fern native sod is an excellent choice for a shady wooded landscape
Hay Scented Fern Native Sod
haircap moss native sod prefers a damp and shady location in the landscape
Haircap Moss Native Sod
bunchberry native sod requires acidic soil and grows best in part to full shade areas of the landscape - also known as creeping dogwood
Bunchberry Native Sod
interrupted fern native sod has spore bearing leaflets that interrupt the broad fronds of the plant
Interrupted Fern Native Sod

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