Harvard Garden Club
The WildFlower Preservation and Propagation Committee visited the gardens. Pictured here is Nursery owner Bill Warzecha and Perle Ollson, one of the co-founders of the WPPC.
Rose Mallow. One of the prettiest flower in the gardens.
Spring bulbs creates a traffic stopping show!
A Red-spotted Purple
Prairie Blazing Star and Ironweed
McCullom Lake Garden Club
During the summer months, several different species of dragonflies can be seen catching insects.
Ironweed flowers were picked to be
used as dye for a yarn class.
The McHenry Garden Club
River oats in the foreground with Yellow Coneflowers in background
Our favorite place to relax
Richmond Garden Club
Glade Mallow growing in our prairie. This plant is on the threatened/endangered list in several states.
An injured Heron was looking for shelter amongst the shoreline.
"Yoga in the Prairie." Brought to you by Natives Haven and Dorothy Robin of Workplace Wellness Yoga. See our event page.
Many scenes like this can be enjoyed in the prairie. Pictured here is Prairie dock, Prairie sage and Purple coneflower.
All ages enjoyed yoga in the serenity of the gardens!!
Phlox and Joe-Pye in full bloom
Bush's poppy. A very long bloomer.
Woodstock Garden Club
Algonquin Garden Club
Tiger Moth Caterpillars eating milkweed
Bull Valley Garden Club
Great Blues and Cardinal Flowers are a hummingbirds' delight!!
Hoffman Estates Garden Club
Lilac Island. Even though these are not native shrubs, the first Monarch butterfly spotted at the Nursery in 2018 was April 26th on a Persian Lilac.
Animal control was called and the Heron was taken to Flint Creek Animal Rehab Center.
Early morning breakfast for this Monarch caterpillar.
Brown-eyed Susan bed. A hypnotic look when planted in mass. This native plant is a biennial or short-lived perennial; however, it will self seed.
---Turtles and Ducks----
Have found a home at Natives Haven Nursery :)