Native Plant Sale

The 2022 Fall Native Plant Sale is open! It is time to start dreaming of landscapes filled with a variety of colors, textures, and floral scents. Please see the links on the right for online shopping, the mail-in order form, and the workshop registration.

When: September 24th

9:30 AM – Free, Educational Workshop *The workshop is now full!*

10:30 AM – Native Plant Sale

Where: Hemlock Crossing Nature Center (8115 West Olive Rd. West Olive, MI 49460)


Orders must be received by Monday, September 12th. 

Sale Materials

Pre-orders are closed, please join us on the 24th to see what plants are available the day of. 

Workshop Registration

Register to attend the workshop

*The workshop is now full!*

Pre-Order Items

*Pre-orders are closed.*

Available to purchase online or by mail-in order form. 

We will not have extras available at the sale.

Beach Grass, $35 for 100 stems

Each kit is $125 and has a landscape plan included. 

Butterfly Garden Kit

Grassland Garden Kit

Monarch Way Station Garden Kit

Pollinator Garden Kit

Rain Garden Kit

Semi-Shade Garden Kit

Tall Prairie Garden Kit

Day-Of Items

These will be “first come, first served” at the sale. 
Please click here to see the perennial grasses, flowers, and shrubs that will be available:

Fall Plant Sale Day Of List

The native plant sale offers a wide assortment of Michigan-grown native flowering plants, garden kits, and grasses. Often, this sale is accompanied by an educational seminar.

We hold the sale in the spring and fall of each year. The funds we raise from the native plant sale provide important operational funding for the district.

Would you like more assistance in choosing native plants? Check out this Plant Finder from MSU Extension by clicking here.

For information about native plants, please visit our Native Plants service page.  For updates on the sale please follow us on FaceBook or sign up for our quarterly newsletter.  To sign up to receive the e-newsletter, please enter your information in the box below.

As always, thank you for your support of the Ottawa Conservation District!

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