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  8 AM - NOON, APRIL 21, 2018

The Daniel Boone Native Gardens Board invites you to stop by for our annual plant sale fundraiser on April 21st, 2018 from 8:00 am to noon. Local growers and vendors will be selling native and locally raised plants in the parking lot. If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please see the information at the bottom of this page. We will also have seeds collected at the Gardens or by our board members available for purchase and native perennials propagated from those seeds by students and community volunteers at the Biology Greenhouse.

New to gardening with natives? We'll have everything you need to know! Information about gardening with native plants and for birds and pollinators will be available from a variety of groups, such as the North Carolina Native Plant Society, Audubon Society and the Master Gardeners.

Download our Plant Sale Flyer

Join us for an Early Bird Walk to watch and listen to the birds at the Gardens and the Strawberry Hill Arboretum. PlantSale/birdwalkarboretum.jpg
Take a guided tour to explore the Gardens with one of our Wildflower Walks. Spring ephemerals should be in bloom throughout the Gardens.   PlantSale/wildflowerwalk2013.jpg

Vendor information: This one-day annual fund raising for the Daniel Boone Native Gardens is a great opportunity for you to connect with customers early in the season and show off your horticultural stock. At the end of the day, a contribution of 20% of gross sales is requested as a contribution to the Daniel Boone Native Gardens. We will be prepared to give you a tax-deductible receipt. Your plants need not be only native species, but we ask that you bring only locally raised plant material for sale. Trees and shrubs, wildflowers, vegetable flats, perennials, etc. are all welcome. If you have craft items related to birds or plants, let us know and we will be glad to consider inclusion. To register as a vendor for this event, please download the invitation letter for contact information.