First Native Plants Sale of 2021

We will open our spring 2021 plant sale season on Saturday, April 3rd with a sale in St. Paul. We will have the plants set up on the covered porch of the St. Paul Library on Highway 16 East from 9 til 1.

Please come with your mask and ready to practice social distancing. The porch is open air, so this should be a safe arrangement.

I’m not sure whether or not we will be able to take credit cards at this sale, so best to bring cash or check.

Many of our natives are already greening up! I’m seeing wild columbine, trout lilies, purple coneflower, pale purple coneflower, compass plant, purple beardtongue, great blue lobelia, Ozark coneflower, gray headed (yellow) coneflower, wild strawberries, and many, many more. I’m still waiting on some of the shade plants like bloodroot, goldenseal, crested iris and wild ginger. It won’t be long for those to show up too!

St. Paul is about a 45 minute drive from Fayetteville. Just head east on Highway 16 and look for the library just before you go around the big curve in St. Paul. You can’t miss us!

All our sales in St. Paul benefit the St. Paul Library. We always donate a portion of the proceeds.

See you in St. Paul! Mark the date!

Bloodroot, Woodland Phlox, Wild Ginger

Bloodroot, Woodland Phlox, Wild Ginger

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