Do you want to turn your yard into a wildlife friendly habitat? Come to our IN PERSON Native Plant Sale to purchase native trees and shrubs.
Come to the 2021 Autumn Native Plant Sale. This sale will feature native shrubs and trees carefully selected by our naturalists to support wildlife, birds, butterflies and other amazing pollinators. Plant native trees, shrubs and other vegetation that produce flowers, seeds, and berries. We also have a few butterfly friendly perennial flowers.
Our naturalists will be on hand to help guide you to the perfect plant for your yard. Do want to attract spicebush swallowtail butterflies? You need a spicebush. Do you want to watch hummingbirds? Plant a redbud tree as it blooms at the perfect time for our migrating hummingbirds. Do you have sun/shade, wet/dry conditions? Ask us to direct you to the best native plants for your yard.
Your purchase from our sale helps support wildlife as well as the conservation efforts of NJ Audubon.
NEW JERSEY AUDUBON’S PROGRAM GUIDELINES:
Effective June 4, 2021, fully vaccinated people may attend outdoor programs without masks. If you are unvaccinated, please mask up. Please do not come to a program if you are sick, have a sick family member or have reason to believe you may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus.
Plants available at the sale include:
Perennial Flowers: Orange Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, and Swamp Milkweed.
Shrubs: American Cranberrybush, American Witch-hazel, Black Elderberry, Meadowsweet, Pawpaw, Red Osier Dogwood, Spicebush, Sweet Pepperbush, Virginia Rose, and Virginia Sweetspire.
Trees: Black Gum, Eastern Redbud, Shadbush, and Sweetbay Magnolia.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Native shrubs and trees are ready for fall planting. Shrubs are in 1 gallon containers and cost $20; trees are in 2 gallon containers and cost $30. Perennial flowers are 2″ plugs and are $2 each. Save with our $11 butterfly garden starter 6-pack that includes 2 of each perennial flower.
PLEASE NOTE: Though the plant sale will occur at each of the NJ Audubon Centers on Oct 2, availability will vary depending on location.