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  • 10% discount on orders of more than 99 of any one species.
  • 35% discount for educators/educational gardens. Call or email the office.
  • If your order is for riparian restoration, please contact Donna Schmitz. You may qualify for a 50% discount on your order with a maximum value of $200 for orders of $400 or more.

Native Plant Market

Visit our Native Plant Market on Saturday, March 2, starting at 9:00 am. At the Market, we accept checks and cash. We will offer a large selection of plants, books and supplies. An expert will be on hand all day to discuss pollinator habitats and demonstrate the options.





To view plant photos and descriptions, go to our online catalog.

Each February or March the District distributes native plant seedlings at low cost to encourage the use of native vegetation for erosion control, windbreaks, landscaping and wildlife habitat enhancement.

The next Native Plant Market will be held on March 2, 2019. This year, we’ve chosen a wide selection of prairie plants that provide food, shelter, and nesting sites for native pollinators and wildlife. We are also sponsoring a series of lectures, tours, and articles about meadowscaping, so we hope you will join us in learning about the important insects and birds that pollinate crops and native plants in the Willamette Valley! Check our calendar regularly for upcoming events.

Many volunteer opportunities are available to prepare for and run the Native Plant Sale. Contact Teresa Matteson for volunteering information.

Shop at the Benton County Fairgrounds Livestock Building.

Are you available to help? Check out the Volunteer Opportunities for the Native Plant Sale.