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Over the years the nursery has continued

to grow in size and product offerings, while

continuing to focus on native species.

Recently we have:


Added more native species and genotype-

specific plants and seed


Expanded our restoration products to

include live stakes, fascines, liners, and

gallon stock


Developed innovative, custom

bioengineering materials to offer

additional restoration options, including

pre-vegetated coir products


Provided custom contract growing, seed

collection, and plant and seed amplification

services, all of which can ensure the

materials and necessary genotype are

available for your project


Increased the production of submerged

aquatic plants to meet the demand for plants

that grow in water over 1 foot deep


Developed a program for schools to install

outdoor learning labs using our Monarch

Prairie Kits


Continued to educate the public by sharing

information on native plants, installation

and maintenance through our expanded

social media sites

Our commitment to innovation allows us to

make continual operational improvements and

use technological advancements to keep our

nursery at the forefront in meeting our clients’

native restoration needs.

To create a successful native landscape

or restoration project, it is critical to

design, specify, install, and maintain native

landscapes with plants most suited to the

local environment, so that they become

well established and flourish. To achieve a

resilient, sustainable, and complex native

landscape, the interaction among a site’s

climate, topography, soils, hydrology, and

vegetation needs to be understood. Using

Cardno‘s high-quality native plants and seed,

along with quality design and installation,

will provide you with the value-added tools

needed to achieve project success.

Since 1994, Cardno has operated a full-service native plant and

seed nursery in northwest Indiana. We specialize in wetland,

prairie, and woodland restoration and native landscape projects in

the Midwest and beyond.

The Cardno Native Plant Nursery