New York native plant species

Grow New York Native Plant Species For a Beautiful Garden with an Impact

What you should know about installing New York native plant species in your landscaping

You may be surprised by how much planting native can make a difference. Transforming your landscaping with native plants enhances the beauty of your property while contributing to the well-being of your local ecosystem. New York native plant species come in a wide variety, suited for gorgeous revegetation projects and eye-catching pollinator gardens. Read on here to learn more about these incredible plants. 

From showy trees to wildflowers and grasses, shapely shrubs to vines and statement planters, your native garden design will reward you with beauty for years to come if you work with a landscaping firm that knows how to do it right.

Mahoney Associates has designed, installed, and maintained many of the most remarkable landscapes in the Hamptons and on the South Fork of Long Island, since 1999. We are committed to fulfilling our clients’ visions and creating beautiful and environmentally harmonious landscapes. 

Get in touch to learn more about our comprehensive approach to landscape design and service.

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What are native plants?

 A native plant species naturally occurs in a region without people introducing it from elsewhere.

Native plants are perfectly adapted to their ecosystem and attract local insects, birds, and other pollinators to their flowers. Additionally, with substantially deeper root systems than introduced species, native plants significantly contribute to soil stability.

And for the homeowner interested in landscaping with New York native plant species, there is good news when it comes to the beauty of these plants as well. Swapping out familiar garden plants for their native counterparts will make your gardens more dynamic and surprising without losing your favorite colors or textures.

Why garden with New York native plant species?

Consider these compelling reasons to go native. You may be surprised!

Embrace a sense of place – Rather than relying on the one-size-fits-all plants that can be found at any hardware store across the country, choosing to install native landscaping will bring you a deeper sense of home. Through planting a unique native garden you enjoy the benefits of beautiful plants while reclaiming natural heritage. Embrace the plants that call this region home and discover the joys of a harmonious landscape in concert with nature.

Welcome pollinators – As meadows and forests diminish, private gardens play an increasingly important role in creating habitat for local species. Installing the right New York native plant species will invite butterflies, birds, and other pollinators to deck your landscaping with their color and sound. What’s more, creating an important haven for locally rare species means you are taking part in their preservation.

Fringe benefits – New York native plant species aren’t just a beautiful part of the natural legacy of the landscape. They are also a gardener’s dream because they are easy to care for and make a positive impact on soil erosion and water loss. Once established, native species tend to need less water than introduced plants. They combat most pests naturally without the need for sprays or toxins. And they are excellent for erosion control. 

With Mahoney, your garden is in excellent hands

At Mahoney Associates, Inc., our team is committed to fostering and maintaining a healthy and thriving environment. We’re conscious of the environmental impact of every product and piece of equipment we use. 

Our green commitment sets us apart, as does our excellent service. 

When you work with proactive, highly skilled landscape professionals, beautiful things happen. We take a proactive approach to every aspect of landscaping and are dedicated to creating and maintaining the most beautiful outdoor spaces on the East End. Get in touch with us to discuss all your landscaping needs.

Call Mahoney at 631)287-7666

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