Coastal Species Delivery


Green Seasons Nursery has a rich heritage going back to 1970.  It is located on the site where the first commercial production of sea oats took place.

Since acquiring the nursery in 1995 Roger Triplett and Mark Holdren have increased growing capacity more than 1000% by expanding from 2.5 acres to 7.5 acres and by replacing the original greenhouses with state of the art propagation facilities covering nearly 1.5 acres.

Green Seasons Nursery has continued to advance the field of coastal restoration by growing additional coastal native plants which were previously unavailable, allowing projects with greater plant diversity. Ornamental upland native species have also been added to the list of plants grown reliably in large quantities by the nursery.

See for yourself—we welcome and encourage commercial clients to call us and arrange for a personal tour of our nursery.

Roger Triplett, Green Seasons Nursery, in front of his booth at The Native Plant Show

Our Value Proposition

Green Seasons Nursery is inspired to spread the word about native flowers, shrubs, trees and grasses. We are passionate about increasing awareness of the benefits and necessities of native plants for the well-being and longevity of our eco-systems, and our planet.



The common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) is one of the best known wild plants in North America. Children love to play with the white fluffy top in autumn and butterfly enthusiasts love to plant milkweed to attract and feed monarchs. This exceptional and elegant plant has fragrant, and beautiful multi-colored blossoms in midsummer and is a favorite a […]
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