American Beauties Native Plants Welcomes New Grower

Carolina Native Nursery Joins the American Beauties Family of Growers

| Published 02/02/2016

American Beauties Native Plants Welcomes New Grower

Carolina Native Nursery Joins the American Beauties Family of Growers

HOCKESSIN, DE, February, 2016 – Carolina Native Nursery, located near Asheville, North Carolina, was established in 2003. They specialize in growing native plants of the Southern Appalachian region. The demand for native plants is growing quickly and the American Beauties brand will help solve the problems consumers are having in locating them. “Most garden centers have a limited selection of native plants; their staff is often unfamiliar with the product. This brand will help take the guess work out of shopping for natives.” - Peggy Anne Montgomery, Brand Manager of American Beauties Native Plants. 


"Carolina Native Nursery is thrilled to become part of the American Beauties family. As the regional leader in promotion and production of native plants, we think this association will allow us to better position Carolina Native Nursery with independent garden centers. We have seen the demand for native plants increase dramatically recently because of the public's recognition of the vital roll these plants play in songbird, pollinator, and butterfly health. And, we look forward to a longer term relationship with American Beauties and it's fantastic program." - Bill Jones, Owner Carolina Native Nursery


“I am very happy and excited to have Carolina Native Nursery join the American Beauties family of growers. Carolina has 13 years of experience growing and selling native plants.  Our partnership with them is a natural fit and we welcome their experience and enthusiasm. Carolina is coming out of the gate with more than 100 plants in the brand and will expand our reach into the Asheville, Atlanta, Raleigh, and Charlotte, markets that are clamoring for landscape worthy native plants. We couldn’t be more proud to have a quality grower like Carolina Native Nursery on board and are looking forward to their launch this summer.” - Steve Castorani, Co-owner of American Beauties Native Plants.




For more information please contact: Peggy Anne Montgomery at:, or Sarah Murphy at:,




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