We’ll use this post to list some of the local native plant sales happening in the fall of 2022. Fall is the best time of the year to plant native species.
Sparrowhawk Native Plants
Native Plants for Fall!
Leaf buds are getting plump, early nesters are partnering up, and gardeners are itching to get our hands dirty! After another long winter, there’s never been a more important time to fill our gardens with plants that will support pollinators, birds and other wildlife, sequester carbon, and reconnect us to the land.
Online ordering for Sparrowhawk’s fall season starts August 15th for October pick-up!
Through Sparrowhawk Native Plants, you pre-order plants from the comfort of your couch and pick them up from one of four convenient locations in April. A percent of all proceeds supports an inspiring line-up of community partners.
Scappoose Bay Watershed Council
October 8th, 2022 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Scappoose High School at 33700 SE High School Way, Scappoose, Oregon 97056.
The Scappoose Bay Watershed Council offers native trees and shrubs to landowners interested in enhancing natural areas on their property. This successful program has created goodwill in the community and led to the development of other restoration projects through connections with property owners. Volunteers assist in collecting seeds and cuttings throughout our watershed to provide a diverse genetic stock for the propagation of plants. These indigenous Oregon species are used in restoration projects and sold at our bi-annual plant sales.
More information on their website.
Clark Conservation District
For detailed instructions on how this year’s plant sale will work, including information about the pickup process, please read our Guide to the 2022 Plant Sale. If you have additional questions that are not answered by the guide, please check the FAQ here.
Online ordering starts in December. Any orders not picked up on time will be donated – no refunds. We will not be able to accommodate any early or late pickups. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
Please bring a mask to wear when picking up your plants. As an outdoor event where maintaining a social distance of six feet is not always possible, masks will be required for anyone aged 5 and older during the pickup process.
East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and continued uncertainty around variants of the virus, EMSWCD has made the extremely difficult decision to suspend its 2022 Annual Native Plant Sale. Our highest priority is the health and safety of community members and our dedicated staff. After much careful consideration, and because of the complexity of our sale, we feel the risk of exposure to and spread of this unpredictable virus is still too great.
We will miss you, but we look forward to connecting with you on our EMSWCD Native Plant Swap Facebook Group that is dedicated to sharing local native plants.