Native Plant Sale
TWC’s Native Plant Sale is an opportunity to find a large selection of plants
not available at most nurseries. Plan for spring by checking out the catalogs below
for colorful photos, plant size, sun, water and soil requirements.
View our Plant Sale catalogs:
Plants for Sun & Part-Sun
Plants for Shade & Part-Shade
Small pots $4 – $7
Gallon pots $10 – $14
10% off for TWC members
Plants not sold on Saturday will be available for sale on Sunday.
Saturday, April 29
$5 per session
10:00 – 11:00
Carrie Elvey, TWC Senior Naturalist
The decline of pollinators has been much in the news lately. We will look at the biology of pollination, the current state of pollinators, and what you can do to help. Guaranteed, you will never look at a flower the same way.
11:15 – 12:15
Drip Irrigation for Patio and Deck
John Niebel, Stark County Master Gardener
For less than $100 you can install a drip irrigation system yourself in less than 2 hours. This will control the watering for up to 15 planters & hanging baskets, 24/7. John will have a short program followed by a hands-on demonstration so you can see how really easy it is. Many have taken this short class and now their planters are worry free. No plumbing or electrical experience needed.
1:00 – 2:00
Ecology of a Healthy Garden
Lynda Price, TWC Senior Naturalist
The garden environment is a small ecosystem. By learning about it, you can garden with nature and not against it! Discover how the organisms in and around the soil can work for a better flower or harvest. Find that too much of a good thing may not be so good when you learn about nutrient cycles. Even the form and function of each plant part are important to where and how you plant!
2:15 – 3:30
Free Wildflower Walk
Paula and Tim Lavey, TWC Botanizers
Learn the names and lore of spring wildflowers.
Pay at the door, or pre-register by calling 330-359-5235.