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Nursery News & Events

Plant Sales, Workshops, Volunteer Opportunities and more.....

 

We will feature select news & events related to native plants, native pollinators, conservation and restoration on a seasonal basis here, so keep checking in or follow us on Facebook to stay updated.

Featured news & events:

Happy New Year!

Its a brand new year and winter is here. While the plants in the nursery sleep through the winter chill it's a good time to cozy up next to the fire with all your favorite native plant books and websites and plan this year's gardening adventures. Go to our plant list to get a peek at what might be available in the nursery this spring and check out our picture gallery to help with your planning.  You will find a number of helpful links to native plant websites and resources on our links page. As the winter days give way to emerging spring, stay tuned to us on Facebook and Instagram for updates on news and events.

We are looking forward to a great year ahead and will see you in the Spring of 2020!

Wildflower hikes, classes and events with NPSO & WNPS

The Native Plant Society of Oregon and the Washington Native Plant Society are always planning and organizing great hikes and events to see and learn about the flora of the PNW. Join them!

 

Native Plant Society of Oregon  http://npsoregon.org/

Washington Native Plant Society   http://wnps.org/

The Columbia Gorge is well known for its beautiful wildflowers

We encourage everyone to take a few steps to help protect the beautiful native wildflowers of the Gorge while out hiking....

*Clean weed seeds from footwear before hitting the trail and use boot brushes at trail heads to help stop the spread of invasive plants that could harm native plant populations.

*Stay on the trail and please don't pick native wildflowers! What looks like a common flower may actually be a rare subspecies or endemic and picking them could do more harm to the population than you may think.

*Do not post locations of rare plants on social media.

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