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Spring District Plant Sale 
NOW OPEN
Each year PMNRCD holds a plant sale traditionally offering a combination of native trees, shrubs, and perennials, as well as fruit trees and berry bushes. The sale offers plants that are not usually available at the nursery in addition to CVNPRN grown stock. All funds generated by this sale are used to support District and Nursery educational and technical programming.

This year we are offering a variety of native trees and shrubs for landscaping, naturalizing and foraging (incl. balsam fir, sugar maple, serviceberry, elderberry, and winterberry) as well as a variety of berries(blueberry, raspberry, and strawberry) and fruit trees (apple, peach, pear, and cherry).There are many benefits to using locally grown, native plants in your landscape. Native plants are more likely to thrive in our regional climate and they provide critical resources for wildlife. Consider these plants for backyard birds and pollinators, stabilizing stream banks and shorelines, or for use in rain gardens. In addition to plants, the sale includes a 2022 PMNRCD Calendar featuring photos taken by staff, photographer Scott MacLachlan, and local producers. The calendar is available for early pickup!

If ordering after March 10th please inquire about availability before sending payment and mailing an order. Orders will be taken until April 10th. Pick up is Saturday, May 7th at the Champlain Valley Native Plant Restoration Nursery.

PMNRCD 2022 Plant Sale Catalog

PMNRCD 2022 Plant Sale ORDER FORM

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Email: sadie@pmnrcd.org
Phone: (802)287-6606
Find us on facebook @CVNPRN


Resources

District Programs and Partners brochure-3

Programs for Soil, Water and Community
Educational Programs Brochure 2016

Pollinator Garden Pages
Summersweet Red Columbine New England Aster Milkweed Joe Pye Weed Duff and Log Habitat Black-Eyed Susan Bees as Pollinators Beetles as Pollinators Birds as Pollinators Bee Balm Butterflies and Moths as Pollinators

Rain Garden Pages

Winterberry Stormwater Red Osier Dogwood Impervious Surfaces Echinacea Cross Section A-B Building Blue Flag Iris

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