Native Plant Sale

Saturday, April 27, 9:00 – 4:00
Sunday, April 28, 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:

Sun or Part-Sun

Shade or Part-Shade

 

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 27

$5 per session, payable at the door

The choices we make in our yards and gardens can have an impact on the wildlife diversity of our local ecosystems. With so much land in suburban and rural yards, we can literally garden as if life (and the diversity of wildlife) depends on it! Attend our Gardening Seminars to learn ways gardening can improve soil health, support complex food webs, protect threatened species, help local water quality, decrease habitat fragmentation and more.

Soil: The Ecosystem Under Our Feet, 10:00 – 11:00
Dr. Jeffery Corney, TWC Executive Director
“Soil is the great connector of our lives, the source and destination of us all.” -Wendell Berry. We will learn why soil is so much more than just “dirt” by exploring how soil forms, what comprises a healthy soil, what fantastic beasts live within the soil and how soil makes possible all of the plant and animal life that we have come to enjoy and depend upon.

Promoting Wildlife Diversity in Your Yard, 11:15 – 12:15
Lynda Price, TWC Senior Naturalist
Learn how to create living landscapes and healthy plant communities while enjoying gardening and wildlife watching. Increase the diversity of plants in your landscape, discover ecosystem friendly gardening techniques and then learn how to share your backyard with the wildlife it attracts.

Gardening for Pollinators, 1:00 – 2:00
Pat Dutton, Pollinator Specialist
Pollinators are under threat from a variety of stresses (including habitat loss, pests, pesticides and climate change), but gardeners can make a difference in their own gardens. With a bit of knowledge and effort, gardeners can choose plants and practices that help pollinators.

Wildflower Walk, 2:15 – 3:15
Tim and Paula Lavey, TWC Botanizers’ Club
Join TWC Botanizers for a spring wildflower walk. Free.


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