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Quality plants, quality service, guaranteed results.

ArcheWild is a mission-driven native landscape restoration firm serving customers throughout the Mid-Atlantic. As the only full-service ecological restoration company in the industry, we serve large landowners, government agencies, and conservancies with a full spectrum of products and services to ensure your restoration project is done right.

Our in-house genotyped propagation and plant supply division offers a wide selection of ecoregion-specific and seed-grown native plants. We supply to our Projects Team, as well as other nurseries and landscapers with contract grows and wholesale ordering.

Our team of highly trained Ecological Restoration Specialists support customers with the widest range of services available on the market. We offer consulting and design, general contracting, customer support, and planting and maintenance. We work with every customers to ensure the project is done right the first time.

Professional Services

We provide a range of services to every customer, including master planning, project management and logistics, as well as education and resources. Our industry-leading research and protocols can be your tools for success. Contact us to learn more.

AgroForestry and Food Forests

ArcheWild delivers medium to large-scale Native Agroforestry and Food Forest Services. Contact us for support with: 

Design. Layout, Market/Customers, Budgets, Results.

Construction. Contour Swales, Irrigation, Crop Protection.

Planting. Fruit/Nut Crops, Cover Crops, Market Crops

Management. Soil/Crop Health, Weed and Invasive Control

Custom Grow. Specialty Crops, Hard-to-Find Species

native starter plugs

Native Plant Starts

Need to expand your product line? Need faster turn-around times? Having trouble with a particular native species? ArcheWild’s native starter plugs are the answer!

Order trays of everything from Asclepias to Symphyotrichum. Contract grows are also available. 

ArcheWild Blog

Stay up to date with the latest news on native plant species, cutting edge projects, and new research.