Annual Native Plant Sale

While it’s too late to pre-order native plants, we will have some extras available for purchase at the sale. In addition, we will have a few plants not offered for pre-order including Thimbleberry, Indian Plum, and Coastal Redwood, among others.  We will also have a limited supply of posters available for sale.  Northwest Hedgerows, Northwest Native Conifers, and Northwest Woodland Wildflowers.  They will sell for $8.00 each (tax included). Cash or check only please.  This is a yearly event, so keep us in mind for your native planting needs next year! Email staff@clarkcd.org to be put on the plant sale reminder list.

Available Posters:

Northwest Hedgerows

Northwest Hedgerows

Northwest Native Conifers

Northwest Native Conifers

Northwest Woodland Wildflowers

Northwest Woodland Wildflowers

Pick up is February 20, 21, and 22, 9am-1pm all days

Location:
Clark Conservation District
11104 NE 149th St Building C, Suite 400
Brush Prairie, WA 98606

P.S. Cash or check only.

Why Landscape With Native Plants?

Native plants provide multiple benefits to people and wildlife, while contributing greatly to healthy soil and water in urban and rural areas.

Native plant materials are beneficial because they:

         Red Columbine

         Red Columbine

  • Are unlikely to be invasive or overly competitive with other native plants
  • Return to or maintain more normal fire intervals and fuel loadings
  • Provide food sources (nectar, pollen, seeds, leaves, and stems) for native butterflies, insects, birds, and other animals
  • Reduce energy consumption and pollution (limited need for mowing)
  • Reduce the need for pesticides        
  • Enhance aesthetics and visual quality
  • Protect at-risk species
  • Protect biodiversity and stewardship of our natural heritage