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Native Plant Sale

Sunday, May 7th, 2017


The sale will take place in front of the Greenhouse from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. In order to have plants for everyone to enjoy, large orders will be available only after 1:00 from the remaining stock.

 

Cash only. Parking is VERY limited at the Grenadier Restaurant. Please use transit, walk or bike if cherry blossoms are in bloom as expected.

Map to Native Plant Sale and Greenhouse

Plant Sale Poster for 2017 #1 8.5x11(pdf)

Please help us by printing this and putting up posters where you think people will appreciate it.

Chart List of available plants - 2017 (pdf)

Plant Photos brochure (pdf) Plants at the sale are subject to change based on availability at that time. Please note that this is legal size, 8.5x14". (designed by Lisa Kemp)

This plant sale supports the work of the High Park Stewards and native plant restoration in High Park.

Plant Sale 2017 photos and volunteers

 

Thanks to our Stewards, we have enough volunteers for the sale

Plant Sale Volunteer Sign-up form

 

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Plant Lists and Handouts

The plants that will be available at our sale depends on what has survived the winter. Many of the same plants are available from year to year so this list should give you some idea of what we will have.

Plant photos with sun and shade conditions

Photos and List of available plants - 2017 (pdf) Plants at the sale are subject to change based on availability at that time. Please note that this is legal size, 8.5x14". (designed by Lisa Kemp)

Plants by Bloom Time (xls)

More info on this website for Plants

More gardening resources

Plant Sale Photos and Volunteers 2016


 
 
 
 
 

Archive information

List of available plants - 2013 (pdf), Plant Sale Flyer for 2013 (pdf).

Plant photos - previous years (pdf)

Great Blue Lobelia
beautiful summer bloom for partial shade
Solomon's Seal
early spring blooms for shade
Cardinal Flower
for damp or wet soil, attracts Hummingbirds
Harebell
tolerates dry soil, bees love it
Mitrewort
early spring plant for moist soil
Wild Bergamot or Bee Balm
great for attracting pollinators
Black Eyed Susan
Summer blooms in sunny location
Wild Columbine
early bloomer, hummingbirds like nectar
Spotted Joe Pie Weed
well-drained moist soil, butterflies
New England Aster
late bloomer, birds, bees, butterflies
Blazing Star
Summer blooms in sunny location
Wild Ginger
lovely ground cover for shade
Clematis (Virgin's Bower)
a vine with clusters of while flowers
Wild Strawberry
very small berries in early summer
Bottlebrush Grass
a distinct shape for partial shade or sun
Wild Rye
sandy or clay, provides nesting materials and seeds

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