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Native Plant Sale
The online store opens May 3
Plant pick-up: May 12 & 13, 2023
Our Native Plant Sale online store opens Wednesday, May 3 at 9:00 a.m. and will close Wednesday, May 10. Access our online store by clicking the button above! Make sure to sign up for a time to pick up your plants at checkout. Plant order pick-up will be at the Wise Nature Center on Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13. Plants sell out fast, so we recommend preparing your list ahead of time and making sure you are signed into your member account to receive your discount. Check out this year's list of native plants below.
We will be selling some plants in-person on May 12 & 13 during order pick-up, but if you're looking to buy specific plants, we recommend purchasing them online. We can not guarantee there will be enough plants leftover for the in-person sale. Most will be sold online.
2023 Native Plant List - coming soon!
**BCR members will receive a 10% discount if they're signed in to their member account. Aren't a member? Become one today! Don't have your account set up? Create one now!
What are native plants?Plants that existed here in North America without human introduction.
Why plant native plants?
- Help conserve water
- Reduce mowing costs
- Provide habitat for wildlife
- Save money on fertilizer and pesticides
- Reduce erosion
About Our Plants
- Some varieties may not bloom the first year but the roots are established.
- Some native plants are slow to emerge in the spring.
- Make sure to leave seed heads for winter interest and to provide food and shelter for wildlife.
- They are adaptable to a variety of environmental conditions
1 Year - started from seed this year.
2 Year - started from seed last year and held over the winter. There is more root development from second year plants!
Established - dug up from gardens at Beaver Creek Reserve or from volunteer's gardens.