2014 Spring Sale & Celebration Almost Here!

2014 small Spring PosterMy how time flies.  Our spring sale and Celebration is almost upon us.  It will be from 10-4 on Saturday, May 3rd, and will again be on Mercer Island in Mercerdale Park (77th Ave and 32nd St).  This is just a few blocks off of I90. Easy on and easy off and plenty of free parking.

This year we have over 200 species of native plants for you to select from.  No retail nursery carried the number of native plant species we will have available for you.  To see the species we expect to have, click on the Species List tab above. Lists by Latin names, common names & plant types (shrub, tree, etc.).  Rain Garden plants will be featured.

Plan on coming to our Rain Garden talk at 11:00.  Find out what Rain Gardens are and why you might want one.  Even if you are not ready to add native plants to your yard, you should come and see what plants are available and what they look like.

  • Planted pots for decks and balconies
  • Rain garden plants & talk
  • Ask Experts
  • Environmental Fair
  • Abundant FREE parking
  • Huge Native Plant selection
  • Children’s tables

Enjoy other environmental organizations that will be there to answer your garden and wildlife habitat questions are:

  • KC noxious weeds
  • Seattle Audubon
  • Forterra
  • Garden Hotline
  • Friends of Cedar River
  • Kruckeberg Gardens
  • MI Farmer’s Market
  • Flora & Fauna Books (unless it rains)

About WNPS

Washington Native Plant Society, Central Puget Sound
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