Mellow Marsh Farm has the largest selection of Storm Water Pond plant species in NC. We focus on growing the species specified in State BMP Manuals. Our pond plants come in a variety of container sizes that meet industry specifications and are easy to handle on-site. Send us your project plan sheets – we’ll provide customized availability and price lists. Our plant ecologists and regulatory specialists
• Develop planting plans
• Make site visits
• Help with on-site plant material layout.
Multi stemmed shrub or small tree with numerous white flowers early in the season. Fruits (pomes) are dark purple when ripe in June-July. Edible and sweet. Wetland indicator status: Fac. Height to 24 feet.
Native grass, with variable color: inflorescence from bronze to gray blue, plant from red to brown and purple
Hydrology: upland to infrequent inundation
Wetland Indicator Status: FAC
Height: 2.5' to 5'
Very tall grass of fresh and brackish marshes, lower leaf margins with saw teeth, inflorescence with 3 to 4 spirally-arranged scales
Hydrology: regular inundation
Wetland Indicator Status: OBL
Height: up to 9'
Medium to large deciduous shrub with large umbels of white flowers and conspicuous purple to black fruits
Hydrology: irregular to seasonal inundation; somewhat salt tolerant
Wetland Indicator Status: FACW-
Height: 6' to 12'
Stream restoration, Erosion control, Live stakes, Stormwater ponds, Native flowering shrub, Pollinator habitat, Native medicinal plant, Native edible fruit