North Coast CNPS

Native plant sales

Spring Native Plant Sale:

            At our chapter’s nursery located at Freshwater Farms Reserve, a property of the North Coast Regional Land Trust, 5851 Myrtle Ave. (Old Arcata Road), Eureka, near Three Corners Market.

                        May 2 & 3.  Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

                              CNPS Member only pre-sale from 9 – 10 on Saturday!

                                    Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Chris @ 826-0259

  • over 100 species grown by our chapter for all types of landscaping needs
  • 25 species of cheerful annuals and 3 species of milkweeds
  • many species of perennials, grasses, shrubs, ferns and trees
  • 25 species of beautiful bulbs
  • additional plants from five local participating nurseries: Samara Restoration, Beresford Bulbs, Lost Foods, The Mattole Restoration Council and Brant Landscaping
  • plants for a variety of planting needs; sun, shade and in-between
  • experienced gardeners to help you
  • list of species at www.northcoastcnps.org>Gardening>Native Plant Sales, link below (as we get closer to the sale)
  • cash, check, or credit card
  • Please bring a box to carry home your plants

Available at the sale are a list of good, easy, "beginner" native plants for the garden and a list of host and nectar plants for local butterflies.  Both of these list have been prepared by our chapter volunteers.  Most of the species on these lists will be at the plant sale.  Both of these lists are also available on our website at Gardening>Gardening with natives.                                      

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Purchase native plants any day.   Weekly we select some of our best plants to offer at our stand at the Kneeland Glen Farm Stand, also located at Freshwater Farms Reserve, open daily from 12 - 6.  You can also check out our Facebook page to see some of the varieties that we currently have for sale.  

Depending on the time of year, Come and find a wide assortment of plants for your garden such as; red columbine, California fuchsia and penstemons which all provide nectar for hummingbirds; salvias, yarrow, and buckwheats for our butterflies and bees; strawberries and yerba buena for groundcovers; grasses to add year round interest and form to your landscape; and for those darker places in your garden, shade plants to provide flower and foliage color.  Our plants compliment a variety of habitat types found here on the north coast, including sun, shade and in-between.

If you have questions about our plants or are looking for a specific plant variety, please DO NOT phone  the farm stand.  You can reach us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will get back to you.

 

Plant lists for the Fall 2019 sale
(These lists are based upon our expectations of what the nurseries will have available at the sale.)

Plants in order by type (Fern, Shrub, etc.)
Plants in order by scientific name
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 Native Plant Nursery Information

 

PLANT PROPOGATION PROGRAM AND NURSERY NEEDS VOLUNTEERS

...to help propagate and grow native plants for our chapter's plant sale and farm stand sales. Our plant sales fund the majority of our chapter's activities; events such as the Wildflower Show; chapter meeting lectures and presentations; publications such as our quartetly newsletter and our page in EcoNews; provides scholarships for local botany students; supports statewide endeavours; conservation education and other worthy efforts.

The nursery volunteers currently work every Wednesday from 10 - 1ish at the nursery site.  We have extra workdays on Sundays (same time as our Wednesday workdays) as needed for extra transplanting, garden work and getting ready for plant sales.  In addition, we have a dedicated group of volunteers who water on their scheduled days who could use assistance.  Watering has flexible hours and times of the week or month that you could help out. 

On our workdays at the nursery we work on starting new plants from seeds or cuttings;, transplant seedlings into larger containers as they grow; trim, weed, water, feed and label all plants; update and make new signage as needed as well as other activities needed to get ready for the upcoming plant sales.  We also keep the plants out on the Farm Stand watered and looking good.   

The Chapter is always working on increasing the number of species of plants that we grow for our plant sales. In the fall, volunteers are needed to collect seed in the wild for the nursery crew to propagate and grow. If you can provide collected seed, please clean it, indicate where and when you collected it and either drop it off at the nursery location during our work time, or contact as Chris as below.

We have also been doing dig and divides from community members established landscapes and potting up seedlings or divisions from those landscapes that we obtain for later sales. If you have a landscape that can provide such plants, contact Chris.

If you have time to volunteer to help start seeds, to transplant seedlings or to help to keep our plants healthy and happy, you can contribute to our chapter's biggest fund-raisers! To help out contact Chris Beresford, Nursery Manager, at 707 826-0259 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please note: Please do not drop off containers at the nursery. We are unable to reuse containers at this time.  If you would like to provide cleaned and sterlizied 4" square pots or 1-gallons, please let Chris know.

 
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