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Northwest Native Plant and Tree Sale -----------Saturday, March 10th 9:00AM to 3:00PM  RSS feed

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Northwest Native Plant and Tree Sale

Sponsored by: Washington County Small Woodlands Association
at Bales Thriftway Store, 17675 SW Farmington Rd., Aloha

Saturday, March 10th 9:00AM to 3:00PM
2012 Plant List

The Washington County Small Woodlands Association has scheduled its eleventh annual Native Plant and Tree Sale for Saturday, March 10th from 9AM to 3PM. The location will be Bales Thriftway Store at 17675 SW Farmington Rd., Aloha. Native plants are adapted to local water, soil and climate conditions and are therefore more disease resistant and less likely to require pesticides or fertilizers. Birds, bees and other native animals and insects thrive where native plants are available.

All plants are certified, quality nursery stock. With almost 2,000 plants, this may be the largest one-day sale of its kind in Oregon. Many species are becoming rare in our Oregon forests and non-existent in developed areas. Check out this year’s new varieties. If you need large quantities of any plant (20 or more) use the contact information below.

Master Woodland Managers, “Naturescaping” experts and Master Gardeners will be available to answer questions about selection, suitability, planting and care. Our famous handout describing characteristics and growing habits of each plant will be available along with landscaping ideas.

All profits from the sale fund scholarships and community education.

For further information, contact Bonnie Shumaker (503)324-7825, bshumaker@coho.net or Ardis Schroeder (503)628-2344

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