Where can I purchase native plants?
There are several locations throughout the metro area that offers native plants. Visit www.bluethumb.org/stores online to find information about stores that carry native plants. The closest location to Lakeville is Outback Nursery in Hastings. They have a good supply of native trees and shrubs. They also have some native plants in 1 gallon containers, so it is a good place to see some plants in person. For another listing of native plant suppliers as well as places to get materials for your project, download this Native Plant Suppliers PDF.

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1. There is a small metal tag attached to some trees in my yard. What does that mean?
2. I passed a development and saw some silt fence down near a wetland. Who should I contact to get it fixed?
3. What is buckthorn and how can I manage it?
4. We have a pond/stormwater basin in our backyard. We would like to have a dock and a canoe so my kids can fish. Is that possible?
5. Does the City treat my pond for mosquitoes?
6. Why is my pond green?
7. How many trees do I have to plant on my lot with a newly built home?
8. What should I do if I see pollution going into the storm drain or in my pond?
9. What can I do to improve the water quality in Lakeville?
10. I have a group that is interested in volunteering. How do I find out what opportunities are available?
11. I have a tree in my backyard that looks sick. Who can I contact to determine if it is diseased and if there is anything I should do?
12. Where can I purchase native plants?