Join us for our Native Plant Weekend event on Saturday, October 5th through Sunday, October 6th to raise awareness about native plants!
Come with a passion for learning about our regional native plants. We will have representatives from the Benton Soil & Water Conservation District, OregonFlora, Institute for Applied Ecology and other special guests here to happily share their knowledge and resources with you.
Our store will be bursting with new arrivals – seeds, bulbs, and more… stop in to be a part of this educational and fun weekend with us!
Saturday – October 5th
10am – 11am: Bob Hansen, Native Backyard Prairie Resource Table
11:30am – 1pm: Steve E. Carpenter, Ph.D., author of the book Wildflowers of Marys Peak Meadows – Book signing & local mushroom expert. Bring in mushroom samples and Steve will help you identify them!
10am – 1pm: Benton Soil & Water Conservation District Resource Table
1pm: Native Hedgerows for the Willamette Valley, Presenters: Donna Schmitz & Amy Bartow – Register Here
Sunday – October 6th
10:30am – 1pm: OregonFlora Resource Table
10:30am – 1pm: Institute for Applied Ecology Resource Table
11am: OregonFlora: Your Information Resource for Native Plants & More, Presenter: Linda Hardison – Register Here
1pm: Meet the Locals: Intro to Native Shrubs & Perennials Class, Presenter: Darren Morgan – Register Here
Native pollinators prefer native plants, and one of the easiest and least expensive ways to improve pollinator habitat is to plant native wildflowers from seed and bulb.
Come see our exclusive selection!
Common Fiddleneck (Amsinckia)
Farewell to Spring (Clarkia)
Giant Blue-Eyed Mary (Collinsia)
Blue Thimble Flower (Gilia)
Sea Blush (Plectritis)
Rose Checkermallow (Sidalcea)
Slender Cinquefoil (Potentilla)
Canada Goldenrod (Solidago)
Western Buttercup (Ranunculus)
Burn Pile Mix
Butterfly Mix Short + Grass
Oak Woodland Mix
Pollinater Hedgerow Mix
Urban Meadow Mix
Willamette Valley Pollinator Mix