Grassland Heritage Foundation's Fall Native Plant Sale
Fall is right around the corner and that means it is almost time for fall gardening! Fall is an excellent time to plant natives- the warmer soil helps roots get established in preparation for next year's growing season. This leads to more blooms and more robust plants the next year.
We will be hosting three native plant sales this fall- one will be held at Jungle House, a locally-owned houseplant shop, and two will be hosted at Cottin's Hardware Farmer's Market. At all three sales, GHF will have a variety of locally-grown, neonic-free native species. About 15 different species will be available at each sale. The plant list for each sale will be posted here a few days before each event.
If possible, please bring your own box to transport your plants home in.
All plants are $4 each. We will be accepting credit/debit cards, cash, or check as payment. Most plants will be in 3.5" pots although the size of the actual plant will vary according to species. GHF cannot replace plants that do not live once they are taken home.
Volunteers will be there to help you select plants for your space and answer any native plant gardening questions that you may have! We'll also have lots of information available if you are new to gardening with native plants.
Pre-orders with discounts for members and Garden-to-Go Kits will return for GHF's annual spring plant sale.
Thanks to Cottin's Hardware and Jungle House for their support of GHF and our fall sales! Community support drives all of GHF's projects and we couldn't do this work without you all.
These sales are an important fundraiser for GHF's prairie education programs- thank you for your support!
Saturday, September 4, 2021
10 am- 12 pm
Find us on the courtyard between Jungle House and Decade Coffee Shop
924 Delaware St, Lawrence, KS
September 9, 2021 AND September 16, 2021
4 - 6:30 pm
Cottin's Thursday Farmers Market
Behind Cottin's Hardware and Rental
1832 Mass. St, Lawrence, Kansas
Plant List for September 16th Sale at Cottin's Farmer's Market
(Click the common name for USDA Plant Database, and click the Latin name for Missouri Botanical Garden to learn more about each plant)