Why Native Plants


A plant which is existing indigenously at a particular region or ecosystem over thousands of years without human intervention as a part of the balance of nature and has formed symbiotic relationships with other native plants and wildlife offering the most sustainable habitat.


Native plants are indigenous to the region, They form symbiotic relationships with native wildlife and have evolved with those over thousands of years.

Native plants support local biodiversity and environment.

Along with providing food and shelter to native wildlife, insects, butterflies, bees, and birds, they also provide vital habitats for native micro flora and fauna and therefore offer the most sustainable habitat.

Preserve biodiversity of a particular region, many organisms and insects depend on native plants for food and shelter.

Native plants never become invasive.

Since native plants are well adapted to local environmental conditions they thrive well, require less water, no external soil nutrients, less care and more sustainable and economic.

Natives help in preserving soil humus and thus enhance soil fertility.

Native plants restore natural habitats when planted in degraded lands.