Plant Sales – Spring 2023

Categories: Plant Sales

We’ll use this post to talk about the local native plant sales happening before June 2023.

Scappoose Bay Watershed Council

April 8, 2023, @ 9:00 am – 2:00 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 developing 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 is 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 2023 Plant Sale. If you have additional questions that are not answered by the guide, please check the FAQ here.

Online ordering started on November 30. Any orders that are not picked up on Saturday, February 18th, 2023, 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.

All orders must be picked up at 11104 NE 149th St., Brush Prairie, WA, on Saturday, February 18th, 2023, at your selected pick-up time.

We have two coupon codes available for use to decrease costs for our customers. However, we encourage you to pay the full price for your order. Why? Over the years, we’ve realized that many people view the plant sale as our big fundraising event. Unfortunately, we typically break even on our plant sales. We’re adapting how we put on the sale to minimize financial loss, but we encourage you to pay full price or even add in an extra donation if you’re able!

Orders over $250 are eligible for a 5% discount with code 5PERCENT250
Orders over $500 are eligible for a 10% discount with code 10PERCENT500

Offers are only valid for individual orders. We cannot combine orders to receive a discount, and price adjustments cannot be made after the order has been placed.

Sparrowhawk Native Plants

Native Plants for Spring 2023!

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 spring season starts Feb. 26th at 9 am for April & May 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 and/or May. A percent of all proceeds support an inspiring line-up of community partners; Friends of Baltimore Woods, Leach Botanical Garden, Friends of Tualatin Hills Nature Park, and North Clackamas Watersheds Council.

Small Woodlands Association of Washington County

March 11, 2023, @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
30780 NW Highland Ct, North Plains, OR 97133, USA

Come check out all the beautiful plants at our annual Native Plant Sale! It’s a perfect place to get some advice about native plants and buy plants that are sometimes difficult to find at regular nurseries.

A complete list of plants will be available on our website:

Yes, native plants love to be planted in March! Besides being beautiful, native plants are adapted to local water, soil, and climate conditions. Birds, bees, and other native animals and insects thrive where native plants are available.

All proceeds fund college scholarships for forestry studies.

Friends of Baltimore Woods

Friends of Baltimore Woods will have their spring plant sale through Sparrowhawk Native Plants. Online ordering begins February 26th to March 26th at

Proceeds from the plant sale are shared with several worthy community partners. To help us, you can select Friends of Baltimore Woods at checkout when paying for your plant purchases, and a portion of your purchase will support our work. After purchasing, you will pick up your plants at the pop-up sale on April 28-29 (see calendar entry for location).

East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District

EMSWCD’s Native Plant Sale is back! Native Plant Sale offers 30+ species of native trees and shrubs at a very low cost. At just $5 each, it is a great way to fill your yard with inexpensive, beautiful, climate-appropriate plants.

EMSWCD’s online store is now open. You can browse plant images and descriptions, making it easy to choose the right plant for the right place.

Plant pickup is Saturday, February 18, at the EMSWCD Office from 10 am to 3 pm.


The HPSO Hortlandia spring plant and garden festival will be held this year on April 7th and 8th at the Wingspan building at the Westside Commons (formerly the Washington County Fairgrounds) in Hillsboro, Oregon. Hortlandia is one of the premiere Northwest gardening events bringing together small specialist nurseries and garden-themed artists from across the Northwest. Friday night’s early shopping event is a great way to feed your gardening passion and be the first to buy special plants and art. Nursery owners and artists will be on hand to talk with shoppers about their plants and art.

Friday night, April 7, 2023, the sale will be open from 5 – 8 pm. Advance tickets for $25.00 will be on sale starting in March, with additional availability at the door. Saturday, April 8, 2023, the sale will be open to the public from 9 am-4 pm. Tickets are $5.00 for shopping between 9 am – 3 pm, shopping is free from 3 – 4 pm. Tickets will go on sale in March and be available at the door

Washington County Master Gardener Association

Gardenfest Plant Sale:  Saturday, May 6th, 2023.  9 am – 1 pm

Great Prices and Large Selection!

Join Washington County Master Gardeners for a fun-filled day shopping for amazing plants, getting ideas from our Education Garden, and asking questions at our “Let’s Talk Plants” booth.  There will be kids’ activities and Gifts for Gardeners, too.

Event will be held at PCC Rock Creek Campus Hoop House area near Building 4 – 17705 NW Springville Road, Portland.  Free parking

For more information, visit