Conservation

Native Plant Sale

Learn the benefits of natives and create your own garden
Conservation

Native Plant Sale

Learn the benefits of natives and create your own garden
 

Native Plant Sale

Dates: March 12-13, 2016
Time: 10am - 5pm

The Seward Park Audubon Center will offer healthy native plants for sale with advice for selection, planting and care. Native plants play a vital role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Because they have evolved with our native wildlife they support the diet of native insects, native birds and other wildlife. Upon maturity, native plants can also be easier to maintain because the have developed especially for our climate.
We will have many varieties of plants on-hand this weekend, plus you can get advice from our experts on the plants that will best fulfill your landscaping needs.

 
We have a large variety of plants available this year, including but not limited to:
 
Kinnickkinnick Evergreen Huckleberry Wild Ginger Salal
Henderson's Checkermallow Vine Maple Snowberry Low Oregon Grape
Stonecrop Licorice Fern Lady Fern Deer Fern
Thimbleberry Delphinium Western Bunchberry Bleeding Heart
Red Flowering Currant Red Columbine Goldenrod Saxifrage

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