Native Plant Resources

Pat Sutton’s “List of Some Sources of Native Plants in NJ, DE, eastern MD, and eastern PA”

Pat Sutton’s list of “New Jersey’s Native Trees, Shrubs, and Vines That are Most Beneficial to Birds” — This list is annotated with the number of NJ bird species that feed on fruits, seeds, cones, or catkins of each.

ADDENDUM to Pat Sutton’s list of New Jersey’s Native Trees, Shrubs, and Vines That are Most Beneficial to Birds,” annotated to include the number of caterpillar species that use each as a host plant (incorporating Doug Tallamy’s info available on National Wildlife Federation’s Native Plant Finder website).

Pat Sutton’s “Gardening for Pollinators” handout

Pat Sutton’s “Shade Gardening in the Mid-Atlantic” handouts, including (1) Resources and (2) a list of native plants Pat has successfully utilized in her own South Jersey woodlands.

Pat Sutton’s “Lose the Lawn, Create a Meadow Instead” handouts (Part 1 = pages 1-4, Part 2 = pages 5-6).

Scroll down through Pat’s post on “Ruby-throated Hummingbirds: How to Attract Them” to reach Pat Sutton’s Ruby-throated Hummingbird Fact Sheet, which includes “Wildlife Gardening for Hummingbirds” on page 2 sharing favorite hummingbird nectar plants, season-by-season.