When: Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. (rain or shine)
Where: Bunker Interpretive Center, West Entrance
Native plants are flowers, grasses, trees and shrubs that have inhabited Michigan since before European settlement. Each year, Calvin College collects native seeds from West Michigan and propagate them in their greenhouses. The Native Plant Sale features more than 80 rare, unusual, and favorite varieties of native wildflowers, shrubs, and grasses for all growing conditions, including drought-tolerant, rain garden, and shade species.
Resource Professionals will be On-site the Day of the Sale to Answer Questions
New to native plant gardening or just need more information? Along with preserve staff, River City Wild One members, Kent Conservation District staff and volunteers, members of the Native Plant Guild, and Plaster Creek Stewards will be on-site to answer your questions about which plants to use where, how to get rid of invasive species, where to find professional landscape designers and where to find additional native plant species.
Plants available at this year's sale: Coming in spring!