2017 Native Plant Sales & Events

2017 MID-ATLANTIC NATIVE PLANT SALES & EVENTS (Scroll down for specific dates.)

The Native Plant Sales & Events calendar is updated regularly so check back often. Contact us to add an event.

 DELAWARE, MARYLAND, NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA, WASHINGTON DC, WEST VIRGINIA

The State of Maryland offers state & local giveaways & reimbursements.  Find more about their programs here.

TREE-MENDOUS Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources. TREE-MENDOUS MARYLAND, a program of the Maryland Forest Service, remains one of our most popular programs aimed at helping citizens restore tree cover on public land and community open space in Maryland. To date, we have assisted more than 3,000 towns and communities, parks, and schools planting trees and shrubs to help clean the water, clean the air, and keep our towns and cities inviting, livable, and environmentally viable places to live. For planting on private land, there’s a $25 tree purchase incentive.

Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the John S. Ayton State Tree Nursery is ready to take seedling orders for the 2017 planting season. Seedlings purchased from the State Nursery cannot be used for landscaping or ornamental purposes. We produce millions of tree and shrub seedlings each year for reforestation and other plantings across Maryland and Delaware. We’ve been in the tree business for over 100 years, with our first nursery established at College Park in the early 1900’s. We are now located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore near the town of Preston and look forward to furnishing planting stock for many years to come. Please click here to go to the online catalog to purchase your seedlings. From the online catalog, choose from “Conifers” or “Deciduous” – Then click on the species name to add to your shopping bag. Remember that all orders are first come fist serve so please get your order in today! Ninety percent of Maryland’s forest land is owned by private woodland owners. Forest land is one of our greatest natural resources and if taken care of, can offer long term benefits for everyone. With these thoughts in mind we offer again this year many seedlings to assist landowners in their afforestation or reforestation projects. We hope that within these pages you will find the right options for your land and your objectives for that land. *Note, not all species offered are native. Please choose natives!*

The New Jersey Forest Nursery grows over 25 evergreen and deciduous tree and shrub seedling species in Jackson, NJ. The nursery sells bareroot tree seedlings through the Seedlings for Reforestation program, in packs of 100.

Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard Nursery produces bare-root seedlings for wildlife food and cover on State Game Lands. The nursery has been producing and distributing 2 to 8 million seedlings annually for wildlife food and cover since 1954. All Pennsylvania landowners may purchase seedlings for wildlife food and cover, watershed protection, soil erosion control, and for reclamation of disturbed areas, such as surface mine site and utility right-of-ways.

Berks County, Pennsylvania Conservation District Annual Tree Seedling Sale. The 2017 Seedling Sale has a lot of variety to provide something for everyone! This year you will find an assortment of conifers, shrubs, deciduous trees and fruit trees. New items for this year include the Montmorency Cherry, tree watering bags, and wood duck, bluebird, and bat houses. All the favorites from last year are still available, too. Pre-orders are due by February 21, 2017.  Mail your order form to BCCD, 1238 County Welfare Road, Suite 200, Leesport, PA 19533.

2017 York County, Pennsylvania Conservation District Annual Seedling Sale. Order by March 23, 2017. Support conservation and improve wildlife habitat in your backyard! **Note, not all species offered are native to York County.  Please choose local natives!**

Fairfax County, Northern Virginia Soil & Water Conservation District 2017 NATIVE SEEDLING SALE
Fall Color: This year’s seedling sale features shrubs and trees that will add lovely fall color to your garden. They help clean our water and air, prevent soil erosion, provide valuable habitat, and add beauty and resilience to your landscape. Enjoy!
The Shrub and Small Tree Package features 10 seedlings for $16.95. The Tree Package includes 6 seedlings sold for $11.95. A full, nonrefundable payment must accompany your order by Wednesday, April 12, or until supplies run out. You will receive a confirmation receipt with a map to the pickup site at the Packard Center in Annandale. Orders may be picked up on Friday, April 21, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., or Saturday, April 22, 9:00 a.m.-noon. Order Online Starting February 1

Arlington Parks & Recreation, Virginia, 2017 Spring Native Plant Sale. Pre-order your favorite plants online (or use mail-in form ) by April 18 at 4 p.m. Pre-ordered plants must be picked up Friday, April 28, from 3-6 p.m. or Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Long Branch Nature Center. Refunds will not be given if you do not pick up your plants. We will also be selling plants on-site, Saturday, April 29, from 1-4 p.m. at Long Branch Nature Center.

Clements State Tree Nursery sells seedlings to landowners and businesses in West Virginia and its surrounding states for the purposes of reforestation, coal mine reclamation, wildlife cover and Christmas tree production. Most of the seedling species are native to West Virginia and all are genetically suitable for success not only in West Virginia, but also in the neighboring states. Orders are taken each year from Sept. 3 through April 30th. Shipping begins Thanksgiving week and runs through April (weather permitting). Seedling orders can be paid over the phone with a credit card, or by mail with a check or money order. (Online ordering coming soon.) Customers can order seedlings via the online storefront, www.wvcommerce.org/ClementsNursery, or by calling 304-675-1820.

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Your regional Native Plant Society is the perfect resource for not only native plant sales but also information, field trips and other events:

Delaware Native Plant Society
Maryland Native Plant Society
The Native Plant Society of New Jersey
Pennsylvania Native Plant Society
Virginia Native Plant Society
West Virginia Native Plant Society

JANUARY

EVERYWHERE!
January 16
Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
To honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., his birthday has been declared a national day of volunteer service. Volunteering is a great way to help people and the environment. Plus it will make you feel good.

VIRGINIA
January 20 – 22
Winter Wildlife Festival, Virginia Beach
This is your chance to witness winter wildlife all around Virginia Beach; whether it’s following fascinating bird activity, exploring the natural areas of our community or the musings of harbor seals near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. Learn what it takes to properly observe and identify wildlife in their natural settings. Registration now open.

VIRGINIA
January 29
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy: Bees Are Not Optional: 400 Species of Native Bees in Virginia, Leesburg
We know that bees are important, but for most of us the details are pretty vague and mostly a collage of facts about the non-native, commercially kept honeybee. Meanwhile, our native species go relatively unstudied despite their 200-million-year history in Virginia. At this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy program, Sam Droege, author of Bees: An Up-Close Look at Pollinators Around the World and researcher with U.S. Geological Survey’s Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, will introduce us to the complicated world of our local bees and what we can do to ensure their populations. Registration required: Sign Up Online. Questions: Contact info@loudounwildlife.org.

FEBRUARY

VIRGINIA
February 18
Eco-Savvy Symposium: Cultivating Biodiversity, Green Spring Garden Park, Alexandria
Plant and animal life biodiversity is critical to a healthy ecosystem. Learn from renowned public designer Bill McLaughlin of the U.S. Botanic Garden and expert local naturalist and environmental educator Alonso Abugattas how to create a home landscape that provides an oasis for birds, pollinators and other wildlife through the use of native plants. A panel discussion on the use of native plants in the landscape follows the presentations. Fairfax County Park Authority, $56/person in county. Register, Code: 290 188 5501

DELAWARE
February 25
Delaware Botanic Gardens Lecture Series: Ruth Rogers Clausen, Deer-Resistant Native Perennials, Millsboro
Deer browsing has become one of the major problems deterring gardeners from growing ornamentals of all kinds. Choosing plants that deer find unpalatable is perhaps the best defense against them, without depending on expensive fences or regular spraying with deer deterrents. Ruth Rogers Clausen will highlight some native perennials that deer do not find appealing. Tips and tricks that make a garden less inviting to your local herd will also be discussed. Although there is no such thing as a deer-proof garden in deer country, lots of natives can be used to landscape your property. Learn how to make it deer tolerant rather than fight nature to protect your landscape.

VIRGINIA
February 25
Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program’s 13th Annual Woods & Wildlife Conference, Culpeper
Over 1,300 Virginia woodland owners have attended this annual conference. A variety of break-out sessions are offered to appeal to both new and experienced owners, as well as owners of both small and large woodlots. In addition, representatives from Virginia’s natural resource agencies are available to inform participants of the services available to them. Topics are currently being planned and will be available in December.

MARYLAND
February 28
The Talbot County Garden Club presents Doug Tallamy “A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening,” Easton
Back by popular demand! The Talbot County Garden Club welcomes University of Delaware’s Doug Tallamy to speak at the Talbot County Free Library In Easton MD on February 28, 2017, at 1:30 p.m. In his presentation, “A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening”, Doug will tell us how to observe and appreciate the interactions that occur in the landscape. These observations provide the inspiration and strategy for making and maintaining a truly living landscape – gardens that are full of life and vital to both human needs and the needs of regional wildlife communities. The event is free and open to the public.

MARCH

MASSACHUSETTS
March 8 & 9
23rd Ecological Landscape Alliance Conference & Eco-Marketplace: Sustaining the Living Landscape, Amherst
The 23rd Annual ELA Conference & Eco-Marketplace will take place on March 8 & 9, 2017 at the UMass Campus Center, Amherst, MA. Attendees will be immersed in a two-day exploration of ecological concepts that support living landscapes! Explore topics ranging from the role of aesthetics in ecological restoration to the carnivore’s role in the soil foodweb as we look for ways to design, build, and restore the landscape. Keynote speaker, Noel Kingsbury, is an internationally known innovator and author.

PENNSYLVANIA
March 9
Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve’s 17th Annual Land Ethics Symposium: Creative Approaches for Ecological Landscaping, Doylestown
This informative conference focuses on ways to create low-maintenance, economical, and ecologically balanced landscapes using native plants and restoration techniques. Participants will have opportunities to network and share their experiences with peers at this professional program. The Symposium is geared toward professionals, including landscape architects, designers, contractors and the green industry, environmental consultants, land planners, managers and developers, and state/municipal officials.

NEW YORK
March 10 & 11
9th Annual Ithaca Native Landscape Symposium, Ithaca
Landscape Fundamentals in a Changing World. We live and work in a changing world. Technology, industrialization, and growth, plus natural and unnatural factors we don’t even understand, are changing the ecology of our entire planet, even as we are learning how to understand the changes. Elaborate tapestries of thousands of species, including humans, must be always evolving if they want to survive. And yes, landscapes are changing too—natural landscapes in the wild, built landscapes in our cities and towns, and even the ways we, as professionals and caretakers of landscapes, view them.
All of us who work with natural or built landscapes strive to improve the world around us.  But, how do we do these things?  How do we succeed when the target keeps moving, or the game keeps changing?  How do we make the world better and more beautiful through landscapes?
INLS 2017 will focus on the role of native species in our landscapes, and how native plants, birds, pollinators, landscapes and environments are doing in our dynamic and rapidly changing world.  

NEW JERSEY
March 11
Pinelands Preservation Alliance: 28th Annual Pinelands Short Course, Galloway
A day long event featuring educational presentations that explore the unique history, ecology, and culture of the Pinelands. Fee.

PENNSYLVANIA
March 11
Penn State Extension/York County Master Gardeners: GardenWise, York
GardenWise is the York County Master Gardeners’ one-day school for gardeners interested in keeping abreast of the latest news and research in gardening. Whether you are new to gardening or have been gardening for years, GardenWise has something for you.
Speaker highlights: Thomas Rainer, landscape architect, will start the day by showing participants how home landscapes are changing from highly groomed plants to a more lush, softer look of layers. Neil Hendrickson of Bartlett Tree Research, will forever change ideas of how to care for trees. Miriam Goldberger, owner of Wildflower Farm in Canada will show participants how to grow and use wildflowers.

VIRGINIA
March 18
Loudoun County Master Gardeners present the 8th Annual Gardening Symposium, Leesburg
Featuring noted speakers, knowledgeable practitioners, plant sellers and vendors of gardening related items. The Symposium is a good way to get motivated and jump into the spring gardening season with new information and refreshed enthusiasm. Speakers: Joe MurrayTrees and Turf: An Antagonistic Relationship, Greg EvanyloProperties and Remediation Practices for Disturbed Urban Soils, Peggy Cornett – ‘Roots, Fruits, & Leaves’—Thomas Jefferson’s Continued Harvest at Monticello and Thomas Rainer – Planting in a Post Modern World. On-line registration opens February 1st.

MARYLAND
March 22
Adkins Arboretum presents Life Underground: Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants, Healthy Planet, Ridgely
Soil microbes have a huge impace on how plants grow and react to stress situations. It’s a wild world down there, and some of the interactions will surprise you! Join Dr. Sara Via to learn what healthy soil is, how to know if you have it, and how to build it if you don’t. A hands-on demonstration will follow.

VIRGINIA
March 24
6th Annual Shenandoah Valley Plant Symposium 2017: A Gardener’s Palette, Waynesboro
Join us as we present A Gardener’s Palette. We’ll dip your brush in a variety of topics: permaculture, food, art, natives, and new selections. The event offers something for everyone from novice home gardener to experienced horticulturist. In the end, we’ll have a canvas filled with colors and perspectives to consider and put in practice. Featuring nationally renowned speakers including Douglas W. Tallamy.

VIRGINIA
March 25
2017 Gardening in the Northern Neck Seminar, White Stone
The 2017 Gardening in the Northern Neck seminar will present Rick Darke and Dr. Doug Tallamy, co-authors of The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden. Mr. Darke will open with a look at essential living layers in habitats and wild places. Dr. Tallamy will follow with a detailed look at co-evolved relationships between plants and animals and what that means for gardeners. Mr. Darke will conclude by putting it all together in a presentation focused on design and maintenance strategies. Registration opens February 1.

WASHINGTON DC
March 25
31st Annual Lahr Symposium & Native Plant Sale 2017: Native Plants Enriching our Communities, Washington DC
Designing innovative landscapes, protecting habitat, and understanding social and environmental connections are essential to building strong communities. Learn from leading ecologists, landscape designers, plant and wildlife experts as they show how their work helps create sustainable neighborhoods. Use their approaches to inform your own landscape choices. For more information and registration details, please go to: www.usna.usda.gov/Education/events or call 202-245-4523.

NEW JERSEY
March 28
The Native Plant Society of New Jersey Spring Conference & Native Plant Sale, Medford
The Native Plant Society of New Jersey (NPSNJ) will be holding their annual Spring Conference and “Sticks & Twigs” Native Plant Sale on Saturday, March 18, from 8:45am-4:00pm. Presentation topics include: “Native Bees”, “Return to Hypsithermal”, “Think Globally, Restore Locally”, and “Gardening in the Shade”.

APRIL

VIRGINIA
April 1
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy Native Plant Sale, Leesburg
Spring blooming flowers, shrubs, trees, vines and ferns will all be available at the semi-annual Native Plant Sale held at Morven Park. Even if you don’t know much about planting and growing native plants, the Sale is a great place to start. All of the plants are carefully labelled with growing instructions, and volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions and provide advice.

VIRGINIA
April 5 and onwards
Virginia Native Plant Society, Potowmac Chapter Weekly Native Plant Sale
Beginning April 5th we have a low-key WEEKLY plant sale on the first Wednesday of each month right at our propagation beds at Green Springs Garden: 4603 Green Spring Rd., Alexandria, VA 22312. 10am to 12pm, every Wednesday. Park Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring/

DELAWARE
April 8
Delaware Nature Society, Copeland Native Plant Seminar: Attracting Birds & Wildlife to Your Garden, Ashland Nature Center, Hockessin
Join nationally recognized C. Colston Burrell and Doug Tallamy for inspirational talks, a bird banding demonstration, and garden workshops and tours. Copies of their most recent books will be available for purchase and signing. A Native Plant garden package will be given away during the seminar. Fee.

MARYLAND
April 8
Baltimore Native Plant Sale, Baltimore
The Baltimore Native Plant Sale offers a great opportunity to purchase native wildflowers, ferns, grasses, trees, shrubs, and vines not commonly offered by other retail sources. Here you can buy directly from the growers who propagate and grow the plants. Wild-collected plants are prohibited from this sale. This sale is modeled after the Northern Alexandria Native Plant Sale which is the most successful sale of its kind in the capital area.

VIRGINIA
April 8
Piedmont Environmental Council 2017 Bluebell Walk, Catlett
Join The Piedmont Environmental Council and the Julian W. Scheer Fauquier Land Conservation Fund for our Annual Bluebell Walk on Cedar Run. Take a casual walk through picturesque farm fields that have been preserved forever with a conservation easement on your way to the bluebell covered banks of Cedar Run. Naturalists will be on hand to identify native vegetation.

VIRGINIA
April 9
Prince William Conservation Alliance: Bluebell Festival at Merrimac Farm, Nokesville
Please join us to welcome spring, celebrate nature close to home and meet local organizations and people who are working to improve our community. With some of the best Northern Virginia naturalists leading tours and activities, we’re looking forward to a special day at an outstanding natural area.

PENNSYLVANIA
April 12
Brandywine Conservancy: Native Plants of the Brandywine Region & Their Liaisons, Chadds Ford
Come learn about our gorgeous native plants in a special lecture by Mark Gormel, horticultural coordinator. Enjoy an illustrated look at the beauty of the native plants of the Brandywine region, including an expose on the significant others in their lives. How does a New England Aster connect with a Tufted Titmouse? Why is Purple Top grass important to Red Tailed Hawks? What does a perfectly respectable Great Spangled Fritillary butterfly want with a Common Blue Violet? This in-depth look at understanding, supporting, and sustaining these plants and the relationships that go with them, all with an eye on reducing the amount of time and materials required to reap the rewards of being a good steward on your piece of this earth. This lecture is free to attend but registration is required.

MARYLAND
April 21
Prince George’s Soil Conservation District presents Bringing Nature Home with Dr. Doug Tallamy, Bowie
Biodiversity is a national treasure that we have abused. Now that we know the consequences of habitat destruction, we must behave more responsibly toward the plants and animals on which we depend. Come and learn from one of the leading advocates for “BRING NATURE HOME,” Dr. Doug Tallamy, about how homeowners and communities can landscape with and for nature. 

MARYLAND
April 21
Montgomery County Parks Native Plant Sale, Locust Grove Nature Center, Bethesda
Beautify your backyard with native plants and help local wildlife! Explore the gardens of Locust Grove to see these plants in action. Ask the experts your questions about growing low-maintenance and pest-resistant varieties that help attract wildlife to your garden. Shop a unique selection of the highest quality plants and seeds from local nurseries. Free Admission. No Registration Required. Sales support educational programs at Locust Grove Nature Center

NEW JERSEY
April 21 & April 22
Pinelands Preservation Alliance Earth Day Native Plant Sale, Southampton
A great way to help preserve our native flora — and our environment in general — is to plant native vegetation around our homes and businesses. Luckily, New Jersey residents have lots of beautiful and interesting native plants to choose from. When you landscape with native plants, not only are you likely to save money and resources by using less fertilizer, soil additives, and water, you are also helping to strengthen the complex web of connections linking native species and ecological processes in your local ecosystem. Plant the Pinelands in your garden this spring!

EVERYWHERE!
April 22
It’s Earth Day!
The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. The passage of the landmark Clean Air ActClean Water ActEndangered Species Act and many other groundbreaking environmental laws soon followed. Twenty years later, Earth Day went global, mobilizing 200 million people in 141 countries and lifting environmental issues onto the world stage. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.

DELAWARE
April 22
Delaware Botanic Gardens Lecture Series: Sam Droege, Native Bees in Delaware: Cocreators of Delaware’s Native Plants, Bethany Beach
Everyone knows the honeybee, but how many are aware of the hundreds of species of native bees that live in this state? Bees pollinate native plants as well as important crops. For free. They range in size from half a grain of rice to hefty carpenter bees; most do not sting; and they are more common and more beautiful than most of the butterfly species. Sam Droege will tell how to make your property bee friendly.

MARYLAND
April 22
Howard County GreenFest, Columbia
Please join us at our 10th anniversary GreenFest as we celebrate Earth Day Every Day! Over 75 tables with local green businesses and environmental non-profits; Native plant vendors; Columbia Families in Nature play space; Children’s activities with Robinson Nature Center; Free compost bin giveaway; Workshops and speakers; Kid’s craft table; Live birds and reptiles on display with local experts; Local food vendors!

PENNSYLVANIA
April 22
The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education (SCEE) Naturepalooza! A Family Earth Day Festival, Philadelphia
Spend Earth Day with us at our annual family festival with science activities, food trucks, hikes, crafts, and a fort-building competition! Kathy O’Connell, from WXPN’s Kids Corner, will join us to host a NatureRadio with music, nature trivia, and more. Naturepalooza is a Science in the Park event in partnership with the Philadelphia Science Festival.

VIRGINIA
April 22
Earth Day Staunton 2017: We’re for the Birds!, Staunton
Celebrate Earth Day with the entire family at Earth Day Staunton! Enjoy hands-on activities, live native wildlife shows, nature/pollinator crafts, a live bee hive, face painting, meet a fish, and more. Admission is free.

VIRGINIA
April 22
Virginia Living Museum Spring Native Plant Sale, Newport News
Choose from an incredible array of beautiful and unusual native plants for a variety of garden sites and styles, from wet ponds to dry rock gardens. Many of these are excellent plants for attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to your yard. The Virginia Living Museum’s horticulture staff holds this annual sale as a fund-raiser, but the real goal is to introduce the gardening public to the incredible variety of native plants that will do well in the landscape, and to educate gardeners about those which are better left in the wild. Native plants are good choices for area gardeners because such plants tolerate the area’s weather and serve as food and shelter for area wildlife, while also providing a good show in the garden. The sale will be held in the Conservation Garden and as always, the Museum’s knowledgeable horticulture staff will be on hand to answer your questions, discuss the wildlife benefits of native plants and help with any particular gardening situations. All plants are nursery propagated and many are not yet available in the commercial nursery trade.

DELAWARE
April 23
Mt. Cuba Center 2017 Wildflower Celebration, Hockessin
Enjoy a magnificent display of spring ephemerals at our annual celebration of the season. Stroll through our native plant gardens at the peak of their glory; enjoy live music, gardening demonstrations, family programming, and more. A variety of food selections are available for purchase and the first 1,000 families receive a free native plant. Free admission, no registration required.

MARYLAND
April 23
Montgomery Parks Earth Day Festival, Wheaton
Our planet is priceless! Come to Brookside Gardens to celebrate our world, and learn ways to keep it healthy. Join us in the morning for a volunteer project in the gardens. The afternoon offers something for everyone: a green craft fair, native plant sale, community art project, family activities, tours of the Gardens, live music with the band Nature Jams, and more. Hope to see you there!  

PENNSYLVANIA
April 27
The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity, Hummelstown
An evening with Doug Tallamy and Rick Darke, co-authors of The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity presented by Manada Conservancy and the Appalachian Audubon Society. The richness of life in any landscape is linked to the richness of its layers. Using chickadees and other wildlife as guides we will explore how layers of native plants evolved with local wildlife. Join us as we learn to enhance our ability to see these layers and to create them in our own landscapes. Manada Conservancy is privileged to present two of the nation’s leading authorities on the interplay of design, native plants and wildlife. This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.

MARYLAND
April 27 – April 30 (Members Only: April 27)
Montgomery Parks Black Hill Nature Center 10th Annual Native Plant Sale, Boyds
Shop ’til you drop for nursery-propagated native wildflowers for your yard and garden, many of which are nectar and host plants for butterflies. The sale is offered by the Friends of Black Hill Nature Programs (FOBH), and all proceeds are donated to Black Hill Nature Programs. Are you a Friend? If so, then you’re in luck! There’s a FOBH Members Only preview sale on Thursday April 27 from 5 – 7 pm. Visit our website to view the plant list and download the application to become a Friend. No registration required.

PENNSYLVANIA
April 28 (Members’ Preview) & April 29
The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education (SCEE) 2017 Native Plant Sale, Philadelphia
Our annual native plant sale features a spectacular selection of over 150 species of wildflowers and ferns for your garden; warm season grasses to replace your turf lawn; and trees, shrubs, and vines for your yard. Stock up on these hardy plants that require less water, less maintenance, and less attention than those finicky ornamentals! Knowledgeable volunteers and plant experts will be on hand to answer all of your questions and help you find the plants you need to make your landscape burst with color, texture, and year-round interest.

MARYLAND
April 29
Adkins Arboretum’s Open House at the Nursery, Ridgely
Prepare for spring in the garden! Shop the region’s largest selection of landscape-ready native trees, shrubs, perennials, ferns, and grasses for spring planting. Guided walks, discount for members.

MARYLAND
April 29
Audubon Society of Central Maryland Native Plant Sale, Mount Airy
In April of each year, the ASCM holds a Native Plant Sale, with 2017 marking our 19th year! Over these years, the Native Plant Sale has continued to grow in scope and popularity, becoming a “Don’t Miss It” event among local (and a surprising number of not-so-local) gardening enthusiasts. Needless to say, it is an important fund raising event for our Audubon Chapter and the sanctuaries we support. Our Native Plant Sale provides a unique selection of fresh, healthy plant stock that not only comes from local suppliers, but is natively suited to our unique regional weather and soil conditions. The sanctuary is open for public access during the sale, and we encourage everyone to take the opportunity to explore our network of walking trails during the sale hours.

MARYLAND
April 29
City of Rockville Spring Festival with Native Plant Sale, Rockville
Bring the entire family and enjoy hikes, games, crafts, a live animal show, face-painting and a native plant sale. Free event. No registration necessary. Held at Croydon Creek Nature Center.

PENNSYLVANIA
April 29
Friends of Pinchot State Park’s Native Wildflower Sale, York County
Come to Sunnyside Pavilion #2 of the Conewago Day Use Area for the annual sale of York County native plants. Details can be found in the attached flyer. Your native anemone, milkweed, and columbine (along with other perfect garden elements) await!

PENNSYLVANIA
April 29
Lancaster Native Plant & Wildlife Festival, Lancaster
Presentations by Zoo America: Native PA Animals; Catherine Zimmerman: Creating Habitat Heroes Across the Nation; Claudia West: Wild and Neat: Native Plants that Bridge the Gap between Horticulture and Ecology; native plant vendors, live animals, arts and crafts and more!

PENNSYLVANIA
April 29
Manada Conservancy’s 17th Annual Spring Native Plant Sale, Hummelstown
Shop our online pre-sale featuring native trees, shrubs and perennials! 
Browse the printable Perennial Pre-Sale Catalog. Enjoy a pre-sale discount on perennials when purchasing through the online store, now through April 15th.

PENNSYLVANIA
April 29
PennState Extension & Luzerne County Master Gardeners presents their annual Spring into Gardening Workshop, Nanticoke
Enjoy listening to Keynote Speaker and author Dr. Doug Tallamy, Professor and Chair Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, as he discusses Restoring Nature’s Relationships at Home. In 2007, Dr. Tallamy wrote, Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens, and in 2014 he co-authored The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden.” Event participants will also participate in four workshops throughout the day, choosing from a variety of topics.

VIRGINIA
April 29
Northern Alexandria Native Plant Sale 2017, Alexandria
Come find native perennials, shrubs, and trees for sun or shade. A dozen or more vendors from 4 states (VA, MD, PA, & WV) will be hosted at this event, the largest native plant sale in the D.C. metro region. This sale is held twice a year. The spring sale is the last Saturday in April. The fall sale is the last Saturday in September.

VIRGINIA
April 29
Arlington Parks & Recreation, Long Branch Nature Center Native Plant Sale, Arlington
Want to improve your yard for local birds and butterflies? Then its time to Grow Native! We are offering a great selection of plants that are accustomed to local climate and wildlife. We have natives for sun to shade, even deer resistant plants. Pre-order your favorites plants so you don’t miss out! These are just a few of what we have to offer! We’ll also have a wider selection to choose from on the day: Dutchman’s breeches, Virginia Bluebells, Spiderwort, White wood Aster, and more.

VIRGINIA
April 29
Friends of Riverbend Native Plant Sale, Great Falls
Native plants for sale include flowers, grasses, shrubs and trees indigenous to a region of North America prior to settlement of the area by Europeans. Most species are self-seeding or perennial. The ever-popular Virginia Bluebells will be available for sale. Come early for the best selection! Any plants not sold will be planted at the park.

VIRGINIA
April 29
Virginia Native Plant Society, John Clayton Chapter Native Plant Sale, Williamsburg
We will have 150+ native perennials, including flowers, trees, shrubs, and vines. Come and buy the best from people who can share their knowledge!

VIRGINIA
April 30
Virginia Native Plant Society, Jefferson Chapter Native Plant Sale, Charlottesville
Choose from over 50 species of native perennials, trees, shrubs, wetland plants. There will be a large selection of spring wildflowers and groundcovers including trillium, Virginia bluebells, Dutchman’s breeches, wild geranium, Mayapple, Jacob’s ladder, wild blue phlox, heuchera, spring beauty, solomon’s seal, short-toothed mountain mint, common milkweed, butterfly weed spiked blazing star and wild ginger. Later season species turtlehead, purple coneflower, scarlet bee balm, goldenrod, asters, and more. Most Perennials will be $4.50 each; most trees and shrubs $7 each. Cash and checks accepted.

MAY

DELAWARE
May 4 – 7 (Members Only May 4 & 5)
Delaware Nature Society Native Plant Sale, Greenville
Our Native Plant Sale features more than 300 rare, unusual and favorite varieties of native wildflowers, trees, shrubs, ferns and aquatic plants for all growing conditions, including drought-tolerant. Some are introductions from the nearby Mt. Cuba Center and many species attract wildlife such as birds and butterflies.

DELAWARE
May 6
Delaware Center for the Inland Bays 13th Annual Gardening for the Bays Native Plant Sale!, Ocean View
Shop from a selection of thousands of native plants from local garden centers and nurseries. This year’s theme: “Planting for Pollinators!” Join us for a day of native plants, expert advice, demonstrations, food and fun!

PENNSYLVANIA
May 6
Pennsylvania Native Plant Society’s 2017 Central PA Native Plant Festival & Sale, Boalsburg
Over 350 different native plant varieties will be available for sale. There will also be educational Walk and Talks and native plant resource tables.

MARYLAND
May 7
Howard County Native Plant Palooza, Columbia
Come shop our 4th annual native plant sale! By planting native and properly caring for your plants, you can save on the cost of water, fertilizer and pesticides while providing a habitat for butterflies, insects and other local wildlife. Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your questions. During the Native Plant Palooza, you can purchase native plants from a host of vendors with a portion of proceeds from the sale benefiting educational programs at the Nature Center.

VIRGINIA
May 7
Earth Sangha Spring Open House & Native Plant Sale, Springfield
You’re invited! We’re holding our Spring Open House & Native Plant Sale at our Wild Plant Nursery on Sunday, May 7th, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Our Wild Plant Nursery is located off Cloud Dr. in Franconia Park in Springfield, VA. Click here for driving directions to our nursery. Come choose from almost 200 local-ecotype, native plant species (click here for species list), pick up an Earth Sangha t-shirt, and meet some of our local partners in environmental stewardship and conservation. Last Spring, over 350 customers helped us raise over $20,000 for local parkland restoration! If you live in the DC area and you garden, or you’re thinking about creating an ecologically-sensitive home landscape, you really owe it to yourself to come out on Sunday May 7th.

MARYLAND
May 12 & 13
Environmental Concern’s Annual Spring Native Plant Sale, St. Michaels
Join Environmental Concern for our annual Spring Native Plant Sale at our Nursery in St Michaels, MD. EC will also be presenting workshops each day of the sale as part of our Mid-Atlantic Monarch Initiative.

MARYLAND
May 13
Mountain Maryland Native Plant Festival, New Germany State Park
Discover the important connection between native plants, people and wildlife at the fourth annual Mountain Maryland Native Plant Festival! A large variety of plants native to the mid-Atlantic will be available for SALE ALL DAY! Educational programs geared for adults & teens! Family-friendly activities! Experts from local organizations will help answer questions on native plants & other conservation topics all day!

PENNSYLVANIA
May 13 & 14
Brandywine Conservancy’s Wildflower, Native Plant & Seed Sale, Chadds Ford
Shop for a wide variety of native grasses, ferns, vines, shrubs, and trees. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and provide planting and horticultural information.

VIRGINIA
May 13
Virginia Native Plant Society, Blue Ridge Wildflower Society Native Plant Sale, Roanoke
We expect to have at least 50 species of native plants for sale. Some of the more popular varieties will be Solomon’s Seal and Plume, bleeding heart, Virginia bluebell, cardinal flowers, fire pink, Green and Gold, Goldenseal and Wood Betony to name a few. All plants will be in pots ready to take home and plant. There will be folks on hand to help advise where the plants will do best. The BRWS Plant Sale will be at the parking lot next to the Virginia Western Community College Arboretum greenhouse.

VIRGINIA
May 13
Virginia Native Plant Society, Blue Ridge Wildflower Society Native Plant Sale, Roanoke
We expect to have at least 50 species of native plants for sale. Some of the more popular varieties will be Solomon’s Seal and Plume, bleeding heart, Virginia bluebell, cardinal flowers, fire pink, Green and Gold, Goldenseal and Wood Betony to name a few. All plants will be in pots ready to take home and plant. There will be folks on hand to help advise where the plants will do best. The BRWS Plant Sale will be at the parking lot next to the Virginia Western Community College Arboretum greenhouse.

VIRGINIA
May 13
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy Milkweed Plant Sale, Leesburg
We will have 1,000+ Common Milkweed plants for sale by Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and a variety of other native nectar plants offered by Watermark Woods Native Nursery so you can create your Monarch waystation and welcome back the Monarch butterflies this summer! Your purchase of milkweed plants helps us make donations of plants to our local schools, enabling them to create Monarch waystations at schools and share the magic of Monarchs with students.

NEW JERSEY
May 19 & 20
D&R Greenway Spring Native Plant Sale, Princeton
The Nursery grows over 50 species of native plants, which are essential for native wildlife and for ecosystem function. These include trees, shrubs, perennial wildflowers, grasses, sedges & ferns. These plants are grown onsite from seed collected from D&R Greenway-preserved land, and locally-sourced plugs and bare-root plants.

NEW JERSEY
May 19 – 21
NJ Audubon Society, Cape May Spring Festival, Cape May
The 2017 Spring Festival has a fresh twist! In addition to all our wonderful birds – songbirds, nesters, shorebirds, So. Many. Birds. – we are offering more ways to learn about wildlife habitat gardening. Our Saturday lunchtime speaker will be native plant and pollinator expert, Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home, giving a presentation entitled A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening. There will be some special walks and talks on the subject, as well. Friday evening will feature Cape May’s own Pat and Clay Sutton talking about their love of Owls. Special trolley trips, walks at Cape May and Cumberland County spring hotspots, great indoor programs, and more. Register online at www.njaudubon.org.

NEW JERSEY
May 20
Jakes Branch County Park: Yard, Garden & Native Plant Sale, Beachwood
Jakes Branch County Park in Beachwood, NJ, will be hosting a “Yard, Garden & Native Plant Sale” on Saturday, May 20, from 12:00-4:00pm. OCSCD will be presenting and exhibiting. Visitors will learn how to attract and support wildlife in your backyard using Jersey Friendly native plants. Location: Jakes Branch County Park. For more information, please contact Naturalist Ben Ackerman, Jakes Branch County Park, 732-281-2750. 

PENNSYLVANIA
May 20 & 21
Hawk Mountain Spring Native Plant Sale, Kempton
Come out to the Hawk Mountain Native Plant Sale and choose from nearly 300 species of Pennsylvania native wildflowers, vines, grasses, ferns, shrubs, and trees. Learn from our host of native plant volunteers who are dedicated to helping you find the perfect plants for your yard. All plants separated by habitat, such as sunny/hot or shady/wet. We make it as easy as possible for you to buy plants that will thrive in your home landscape.

VIRGINIA
May 20
Friends of Mason Neck State Park 2017 Eagle Festival, Lorton
Live wildlife shows; guided hikes; food and drinks available from the Lions Club; live music; pony rides; presentations about conservation; natural history; photography; eagles; much more to see and enjoy! Event Free for Public. No Park Admission Fee.

VIRGINIA
May 20
Virginia Native Plant Society, Potowmac Chapter Native Plant Sale, Alexandria
Come to buy plants that are truly regionally local. We propagate our own! Our sale will be on the site of our propagation beds, which is behind the main building. We will have many experienced native plant gardeners on hand for advice, too. See you there!

WEST VIRGINIA
May 20
Potomac Valley Audubon Society’s 2nd Annual Native Plant Sale, Shepherdstown
Held in conjunction with “GardenFest” and the Back Alley Garden Tour and Tea in Shepherdstown, WV, the intent of this event is to provide high-quality native plants to our members and the larger community, with a focus on plants that benefit pollinators in trouble like our native bees and the Monarch Butterfly. Garden art, honey, and other related products are included in the event, as will information and experts on pollinators and native plants.

JUNE

NEW JERSEY
June 3
New Jersey Audubon, Scherman Hoffman Native Plant Sale, Bernardsville
Come for a wonderful selection of native wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, and small trees to turn your backyard into a haven for wildlife. We’ll have, in addition to the beautiful nectar plants and caterpillar food plants, a nice selection of milkweeds to make a special place in your garden for Monarch Butterflies.

NEW JERSEY
June 4
Barnegat Bay Festival 2017, Island Heights
The Barnegat Bay Festival is the Barnegat Bay Partnership’s (BBP) signature event, held at a beautiful waterfront location on the first Sunday in June.  This day of free family fun reaches out to year-round residents and summer visitors to learn more about the Barnegat Bay, celebrate its resources, and to participate in interactive programs which stress the importance of the ecosystem to our Ocean and Monmouth County communities. Environmental groups, as well as state and local agencies, provide excellent exhibits and activities that focus on the environmentally responsible ways we all can enjoy and protect the Barnegat Bay and its watershed.  The entire family can participate in a myriad of environmental crafts such as fish printing and sea life origami.  Festival-goers also enjoy decoy carving, interactive touch tanks, seining demonstrations, and other displays exploring life along the Bay, past and present.  For a chance to get up close and personal with the Bay, attendees can take advantage of eco-tours such as kayaking through area creeks or traveling cross-bay with Ocean County naturalists aboard the educational pontoon boat.  Artisans and crafters sell marine art, jewelry, garden statuary, pottery, and custom-made skiffs; live music is provided throughout the day and festival food is available.  

PENNSYLVANIA
June 7 – 10
Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve presents Native Plants in the Landscape Conference & Native Plant Sale, New Hope
2017 marks the second year that Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve will be presenting the Native Plants in the Landscape Conference @ Millersville. We are very pleased with the speaker lineup, as well as the fun events that are planned throughout the conference. This year’s theme is Building Communities… One Plant at a Time. We hope you will join us for inspirational field trips, educational workshops, engaging topics of concern and of course, our Native Plant and Book Sale.

VIRGINIA
June 11
Audubon Society of Northern Virginia presents Bob Schamerhorn “Attracting Birds with Water,” Reston
Birds, like all other animals, prefer habitat that meets ALL their basic survival needs: food, shelter and WATER! They depend on water for hydration, hygiene, to maintain body temperature and to condition their feathers for flight. Having a consistent, reliable, clean running water source in a backyard garden will attract a greater assortment of birds. Bob Schamerhorn is an acclaimed nature photographer.

VIRGINIA
June 18
Earth Sangha Mini Mid-Season Native Plant Sale, Springfield
We will have over 220 local-ecotype native species (including a few not available at the spring sale) available. Click here to view our current Species List. This event will be much more laid back compared to our larger Spring/Fall sales and we won’t have as many volunteers helping out. Hope to see you there!

EVERYWHERE!
June 19 – 25
It’s Pollinator Week!
There’s much we can do to help our native pollinators. This from the USGS siteWhat can you do for native bees? To increase or improve habitat for native bees, plant a diversity of pollen and nectar sources native to your area that bloom at various times during the year. Native plants and native pollinators have mutually adapted over the millennia. Many native bee species are pollen specialists and need to provide their young with pollen from native plants, so providing native plants will increase the diverse community of native bee species. If possible, avoid use of pesticides and provide a source of pesticide-free water, and mud, which is used as a nesting material by some bee species. You can also provide nesting habitat for native bees by rototilling a bare spot in the lawn or garden for soil-nesting bees, leaving standing dead trees, which will provide housing for native bees, or building a bee house.
Read the 2017 USDA proclamation here.

PENNSYLVANIA
June 27
Natural Lands Butterfly Walk at Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary, Media
Last walk! Join us for butterfly walks led by Tim Burris, preserve manager at Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary, every Tuesday morning, June 6 – June 27. About two dozen species may be seen, including a variety of fritillaries, hairstreaks, duskywings, swallowtails, satyrs, skippers, whites, and yellows. As the summer progresses and different flowers bloom, the variety of butterflies changes.

MARYLAND
June 29
Annapolis Cafe Scientifique: Native Bees – The Hidden 430 Species you Know Nothing About, Annapolis
Sam Droege of the US Geological Survey speaks about our native bees: Yup, there is more to the bee world than the honey bee. In addition to carpenter bees (Note: tricks on managing your carpenter bees will be revealed) and bumble bees (15 species known from Maryland!), there are several hundred additional species in Maryland, many of which live right in downtown Annapolis. Sam will discuss why stinging/allergies is not a native bee thing, how to manage your estate or porch to attract native bees, thrill you with ultra closeup photographs, and talk about the intimate and specialized relationship native bees have with native plants.

JULY

OHIO
July 7 – 9
Mothapalooza!, West Portsmouth
Mothapalooza is a celebration of the rich and stunningly beautiful world of moths. Their much better known diurnal counterparts the butterflies are dwarfed by the diversity of moths. Fewer than 140 butterfly species have been recorded in Ohio; there are an estimated 3,000 species of moths. We know from the previous four Mothapaloozas that participants can expect to see a blizzard of moths, numbering into hundreds of species.
The weekend program features an interesting range of talks by leading experts, Break-out Sessions and field trips to experience moths and other elements of natural history firsthand.
Sponsored in large part by the Ohio Division of Wildlife, the 2017 Conference will feature well-known keynote speakers and guides including Doug Tallamy, Author of “Bringing Nature Home”, Eric Metzler, Moth Expert Extraordinaire, and Samuel Jaffe, a New England-based Naturalist and Founder of The Caterpillar Lab. Registration opens sometime in February.

NEW YORK
July 29 & 30
Wild America Nature Festival, Panama
The Roger Tory Peterson Institute will present its first ever, Wild America Nature Festival, July 29 and 30, at Panama Rocks. A grant from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation will feature author and ecologist, Dr. Douglas Tallamy, who will discuss how awareness and education about local ecology can have far-reaching societal and economic impact. The festival will also feature a fine art and craft show; local food cook-off; live music; live animals; farmer’s market; and activities and fun for all ages.

AUGUST

PENNSYLVANIA
August 1 & 2
Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council 2017 Conference, Huntingdon
This year, the Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council is partnering with the Society for Ecological Restoration, Mid-Atlantic Chapter to host our 2017 conference. Playing off of our 2013 conference title, the two Boards are proud to present: Invasion Biology: Paths to Conservation and Restoration Success. Keynote: Dr. Douglas W. Tallamy, Professor of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, University of Delaware. Other confirmed speakers: Bill McShea, Smithsonian Institution; Rod Simmons, City of Alexandria, VA; Beth Ginter, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council; Judith Hough-Goldstein, University of Delaware.

MARYLAND
August 26
Irvine Nature Center Native Plant Seminar & Sale, Owings Mills
Join us for our annual Native Plant Seminar & Sale on August 26, 2017. It’s perfect for homeowners, garden club enthusiasts, Native Plant Society members, nursery/landscape professionals, land managers and environmental educators. Four post-seminar workshops will be offered in the afternoon. This seminar provides a great opportunity to increase your knowledge about native vegetation, sustainable practices and the conservation of our regional landscapes.

NEW JERSEY
August 27
The Native Plant Society of NJ: Bringing Nature Home Music & Craft Festival, Westampton
Friends of Rancocas Nature Center and Festival Sponsor, Native Plant Society of NJ, will host Bringing Nature Home Music & Craft Festival to honor noted entomologist and author, Dr. Doug Tallamy. Dr. Tallamy will give a brief talk and hold open discussion, book signing and Q & A with attendees. New York Times says, “[Tallamy’s] message is loud and clear: gardeners could slow the rate of extinction by planting natives in their yards.” Along with music by John Byrne Band, Camille Peruto and others, there’ll be food and nature-themed craft vendors. All proceeds benefit Rancocas Nature Center. Fee.

SEPTEMBER

Fall is the best time to plant!

MARYLAND
August 8 – 10
Adkins Arboretum Fall Open House & Native Plant Sale — Stay tuned!

PENNSYLVANIA
September 16
Hawk Mountain Fall Native Plant Sale, Kempton
It’s time to go native! Choose from a variety of fall flowering Pennsylvania native wildflowers including asters, goldenrods, milkweeds, coneflowers, black-eyed susans and more. The sale will also feature a selection of native vines, grasses, ferns, trees and shrubs. Learn from our host of native plant volunteers who are dedicated to helping you find the perfect plants for your yard. All plants separated by habitat, such as sunny/hot or shady/wet. We make it as easy as possible for you to buy plants that will thrive in your home landscape. Get a head start on next spring by planting this fall!

VIRGINIA
September 16 & 17, 23 & 24
Fall Native Plant Sale at the Virginia Living Museum, Newport News
A large variety of summer and fall blooming native wildflowers, shrubs and trees will be available for purchase. There will be plants for a variety of garden sites – sunny, shady, wet and dry. Many of these are excellent plants for attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to your yard. And fall is an excellent time for planting a new garden or modifying an old one. Native plants are good choices for area gardeners because such plants tolerate Tidewater’s weather and serve as food and shelter for area wildlife, while also providing a good show in the garden. All plants are nursery propagated and many are not available in the commercial nursery trade. Sale hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sale is held rain or shine. Admission to the sale is free.

MARYLAND
September 23
Riverfest 2017!, St. Mary’s City — Stay tuned!
Learn ways to protect and enjoy our waterways. Live music, environmental and children’s activities, kayaking and much more. “Wade-In for Clean Water” with Senator Bernie Fowler. Hosted by the St. Mary’s Watershed Association. FREE.

VIRGINIA
September 23
Northern Alexandria Native Plant Sale 2017, Alexandria
Come find native perennials, shrubs, and trees for sun or shade. A dozen or more vendors from 4 states (VA, MD, PA, & WV) will be hosted at this event, the largest native plant sale in the D.C. metro region. This sale is held twice a year. The spring sale is the last Saturday in April. The fall sale is the last Saturday in September.

WEST VIRGINIA
September 29 – October 1
Tri-State Native Plant Conference 2017: Nature Knows No Boundaries, Shepherdstown
Mark your calendar for September 29 – October 1, 2017. The Virginia Native Plant Society, the Maryland Native Plant Society, and the West Virginia Native Plant Society are joining together to host the 2017 Native Plant Conference at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV!

OCTOBER

 

NOVEMBER

VIRGINIA
November 3
Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council: Turning a New Leaf Conference, Herndon — Stay tuned!
The conference consists of various presentations from industry leaders, innovators and experts; includes an EcoMarketplace where businesses can market their products and services; and multiple networking opportunities for attendees to discuss current projects and new ideas.

MARYLAND
November 14
The Horticultural Society of Maryland lecture series: Doug Tallamy, Baltimore
Doug Tallamy is Professor of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. No registration required. Topic TBD.

DECEMBER