Online sales closed. Collect your plants on Saturday, May 21: check your email for your pick up time slot.
Pick up will be at the City of Evanston's Morton Civic Center Parking Lot, 2100 Ridge, enter at the North end of the parking lot and you will be directed to the pick-up area. Parking will be clearly marked the day of the sale. Bring boxes or bags to collect your plants. Plug orders will be in flat segments for easy transportation.
Purchase your plants on-line, print your receipt or save it on your phone. Collect your plants on May 21 at the Morton Civic Center. A time slot for your pick-up (by last name alphabetically) will be assigned to you between 9:30AM - 1:30PM to ensure COVID safe distribution. Your reminder email will be sent out close to the sale date. IMPORTANT: SAVE YOUR RECEIPT.
The sale is organized so that you can select plant communities that will build habitat for diverse native insects and birds. At this inaugural (pilot) sale, we are highlighting certain native plants that support the endangered Rusty Patched Bumble Bee (RPBB), which relies on them. They are also great plants for wildlife other than the RPBB: any plants listed in the store below with *RPBB* by their names will help the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee. Ultimately we want to achieve a richly diverse natural habitat in our city of Evanston and beyond! The sale is organized to help you find the right plants for your garden:
All wildflowers will be sold and distributed as plugs or pint containers.
Shrubs and trees will be sold in #2 gallon - #5 gallon pots, ranging from 18" - 36" tall.
Sale Proceeds support the EEA and NHE's mission and the Evanston Ecology Center programs.
Be a Part of Growing Native Gardens in Evanston!