Native Plant Sale

Saturday, April 25, 9:00 – 4:00
Sunday, April 26, 1:00 – 4:00

Native plants attract wildlife like bees and butterflies, promote biodiversity, and help conserve threatened wildlife populations. 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 our catalogs:

Plants for Shade to Part-Shade Catalog

 

Plants for Sun to Part-Sun Catalog

 

Quart Pots – $6.50 – $8.50
Gallon Pots – $8 – $14


10% off for TWC members

The Native Plant Nursery will also be open for sales Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 – 5:00
and Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 starting May 1st.


Saturday, April 25

$5 per session, payable at the door

The choices we make in our yards and gardens can literally have an impact on the wildlife diversity of our local ecosystems. Come to the native plant sale to discover the wide variety of native plants available for landscaping. Attend the gardening seminars on Saturday to learn more about how to use native plants and take a guided walk to see spring wildflowers and mushrooms.

Edible Native Plants
Saturday, April 25, 11:15-12:15
Rudy Moyer, Stark County Master Gardener
Join Rudy as he shares which weeds are favorites to eat along with tips on harvesting, how to prep for cooking and easy to make recipes that you are certain to enjoy. If the weather permits and Rudy can find some tasty weeds, he’ll even cook up one of his favorite recipes for a tasting!

My Ever Changing Wild Garden
Saturday, April 25, 10:00-11:00
Lynda Price, TWC Senior Naturalist
Take a pictorial tour through Lynda’s home gardens to discover how native plants are used for structure and show. Learn about the transition from maintaining perfectly weeded and mowed areas to allow for a more natural, diverse groundcover.

Wildflower Walk
Saturday, April 25, 1:00-2:00
Tim and Paula Lavey, TWC Botanizers
Learn the names and lore of spring wildflowers on a walk along TWC trails.
Free

Spring Mushroom Identification Walk
Saturday, April 25, 2:30-3:30
Don King, themushroomhunter.com
Mid-April through May is prime mushroom hunting season in Ohio. Join us for an introduction to the techniques that will help you locate, identify, and harvest wild mushrooms in a sustainable manner. Don has been studying and collecting edible mushrooms and other foraged edibles for more than ten years.
Free for members, $5 donation from non-members.


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