Grassland Heritage Foundation's 11th Annual Native Plant Sale
GHF's 11th Annual Spring Native Plant Sale will be held Saturday, May 20th, 2023 from 10 AM to 1 PM at Trinity Episcopal Church in Downtown Lawrence, KS. In addition to in-person shopping, we are offering preorders exclusively for GHF members. We'll have 53 species of Kansas native plants and garden kits for all four seasons available! Individual plants are $4.50 each on May 20, available to anyone with no pre-order. Members may pre-order plants at a discount price of $4.00 each from April 24 to May 14.
This year's plant kits offer species selected to add interest to native gardens throughout all four seasons. Each kit contains four species, with three of each plant, for $48.
Our spring plant sale is GHF's biggest fundraiser of the year. All of the money earned from this sale will be used to further promote our mission of prairie preservation though education, stewardship, and land protection. Specifically, the sale of each plant will help fund our education and community outreach events that share the importance of the tallgrass prairie and how individuals can help protect our native landscapes.
2. Request a pre-order form using the contact form below, or email email@example.com
3. We'll verify your membership and send you an order form beginning April 24
4. Submit your order by May 14
5. Pick up your order at the plant sale on Friday, May 19 from 5 to 7 PM or Saturday, May 20 10 AM to noon
Spring Native Plant Sale
Saturday May 20th, 2023
10 AM to 1 PM
Trinity Episcopal Church's Courtyard
Native Plant Garden Signs
Check out our shop page to purchase a Native Plant Garden sign for your garden space! These will be available at the sale in May, but you can purchase yours now for pickup in Lawrence or for delivery across the US!
Native Plant Gardening Resource
If you are new to gardening with natives or would like to learn more as we gear up for gardening season in the spring, GHF helped create a comprehensive guide to gardening and landscaping with native plants, in partnership with K-Sate Extension- Douglas County and the Kansas Rural Center. This is a great local resource as you begin to plan and design your garden space. Our Planting Natives in Northeast Kansas Resource Guides can be found at: