It can be confusing when you first dip your toes into the "native" waters. The first thing to do is take an inventory of the plants you already have. As a member of this site, you may have done this already. There are two websites that you can use to check to see if they are natives or invasives and just "how bad" they are. The first will only have them if they are native: Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
This site will tell you lots of info and have links to other data. It is sometimes a little difficult to use, if you don't type the plant name exactly the way it is in their data base it will not pop up. The other site will tell you how invasive a plant might be: Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health https://www.invasive.org/
This is the most comprehensive website on invasive species. It included maps and publications. It is good to explore the whole website.
After all that if you are still willing to go for it, I suggest going to the North Carolina State University website: Going Native https://projects.ncsu.edu/goin...
for a downloadable step by step guide.
Welcome to the wildlife side!!!