Step 1: Materials
In the image you can see all of these materials, the native plant seed in question being the seed pod of a Trumpet Vine. When the seed pod is split appart you can find dozens of small paperlike seeds inside. A good time to look for any native plant seed is late summer or fall. If you cannot find any in your area you may inquire at a garden store about their native plant seeds, or order native plant seeds online.
When choosing a plant be mindful of how "hardy" it is, meaning how well it resists draught or over watering. The goal is to find a very hardy plant so that it will flourish no matter the circumstance
http://www.prairiemoon.com/ This is a good website for finding native plant seeds
http://www.wildflower.org/plants/ And this is a good website for finding the plants Native to your area
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Because you are using native plants further care after germination should be unnecisary. Most native plant balls need to be dropped in fall because they require winter temperatures to germinate, and they should sprout and begin to grow in early spring.