Cavano’s Perennials Adds American Beauties Native Plants to Its Inventory

Cavano’s Perennials has joined American Beauties Native Plants as a licensed grower, providing garden-worthy native plants that promise to “make your garden come alive”. Cavano’s is a wholesale nursery in Kingsville, MD, that provides plants to garden centers, landscape contractors, re-wholesalers, and municipalities throughout the eastern U.S.

Having a natural inclination toward caring for the environment and wanting to encourage the use of native plants in the landscape led Cavano’s to American Beauties, the first native plant brand in the U.S. It’s a wonderful fit for both companies and a testimony to the increased demand for native plants by consumers and for landscape projects. “The synergy between Cavano’s Perennials and the family of nurseries in the American Beauties Native Plants program will allow Cavano’s Perennials to bring to the garden centers a carefully vetted and curated line of native plants,” says Ferenc Kiss, President and Co-owner of Cavano’s Perennials. “We are very proud of being part of this program.”

Cavano’s was already committed to producing native plants – with 75% of its production falling into that category – before joining American Beauties. This was an obvious solution to creating excitement and reiterating their commitment to native plants and supporting wildlife. They have hit the ground running by including over 100 plants in the American Beauties Native Plants program. Marketing efforts are underway to present education events at local garden centers, especially in June for National Pollinators Month

American Beauties Native Plants was founded 18 years ago to spread awareness of the importance of using native plants in the landscape. The brand works with native plant experts to bring plants to gardens that are proven solutions for garden centers, landscapers, and home gardeners. Co-founders Steve Castorani and Mark Sellew are thrilled to have Cavano’s Perennials as part of the grower network; helping inspire and attract gardening enthusiasts to join the native plant movement.

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