Southwest Montana Native Landscapes LLC
15000 Hwy 91 North ~ Glen, MT 59732
[email protected] ~ 406-498-6198 ~ Blog

Open Wed - Fri & Sun 10am - 5pm or by appointment

Copyright © 2009 Catherine Cain / Please contact for permission to use photographs


Southwest Montana Native Landscapes LLC provides native plantscape consultation, design, and a retail native plant nursery.

It’s TIME TO PLANT! We are open for business selling nursery stock plus BAKER CREEK, BOTANICAL INTERESTS and RIKKI SCOTT - Virginia City, Heirloom vegetable and flower seeds. Other new items include wildflower seeds from NATIVE IDEALS and WORM FACTORY® worm composting bins. Come see our new YARD ART section - featuring local artist Deb Jacobson’s “Barnyard  Birds”, Karl Marcus, “Watering Holes” - Native Rock bird baths, “Leaf Motif” - cast concrete bird baths by Rikki Scott (Rhubarb, Hollyhock & Cabbage) and “Rusty’s”  plasma cut steel critters by Bob McLean. Yard art that won’t blow away!

If you have landscaping questions, we can evaluate your site, make suggestions, and draw a plan using native plants to support what you envision. Local, professional landscape services are available for earth moving, installation of sprinkler systems, rock walls, and boulder placement.

Our retail Garden Landscape has plants in containers in quarts and from one to ten gallons. Early in the season, 4" plants are also available. Trees are offered in small, affordable sizes from one to ten gallons. Our goal is to provide native plants that are adapted to local conditions and will thrive in your garden year after year.

See our new selection of trees including Burr Oak (7 gal). Narrowleaf Cottonwood (1, 5 and 7gal),  and Blue Spruce (2, 5 and 7gal). We continue to offer Western River Birch, Ponderosa Pines, Limber Pines, Quaking Aspens and Rocky Mountain Junipers. Also, we have new wildflowers and shrubs, including the lovely Purple Prairie Clover, red and lavender Penstemons and the Russet Buffaloberry.

Plus other items such as Frost Covers - good for cold temperatures and to keep insects from devouring your plants.

Happy Gardening

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