Consulting Services

Native Landscape Consulting

Native Landscape Consulting

Landscape professionals and property owners depend on Prairie Nursery for our expertise in designing, specifying, and implementing native landscapes. We provide step-by-step recommendations, from site preparation to planting to post-planting management to ensure the success of your project. Whether you require an on-site consultation or assistance via telephone and email, we are here to help.

Visit the project gallery to see some of our design & consulting projects.

Ecological Landscape Consulting
for Residential, Corporate and Public Spaces

  • Site Evaluation and Landscape Design
  • Vegetation Inventories and Ecological Assessments
  • Plan Design and Specifications
  • Custom Seed Mix Design and Specifications
  • Restoration Seeding
  • Onsite Services in Wisconsin and Illinois

Neil Diboll, Prairie Nursery’s president and consulting ecologist, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the use of North American plants in contemporary landscapes. He emphasizes aesthetics, sustainability, and ecological compatibility with the land. Contact Neil to discuss your project details. Call 1-800-476-9453 or contact Customer Service to set up an appointment.

Conservation Reserve Program

Praire Nursery works with Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) implementation and our ecologists can design a mix to match your site conditions. Whether you're looking for a basic prairie grass mix, a custom-designed prairie mix that contains more diversity than the standard CRP mixes, or a shoreline buffer seed mix, we can help. Give us a call today!

The CRP is a voluntary program for agricultural landowners. CRP protects millions of acres of American topsoil from erosion and is designed to safeguard the Nation's natural resources. Acreage enrolled in the CRP is planted to resource-conserving vegetative covers. By reducing water runoff and sedimentation, CRP protects groundwater and helps improve the condition of lakes, rivers, ponds, and streams, and increases wildlife populations.