Grow Native! Plant Sale
Saturday, May 6th & 7th
Our annual Native Plant Sale is an event that celebrates the native Arizona landscape. The event encourages the community to landscape with native and regionally native, low water use plants. The plant sale occurs in the spring, this is a great time to spruce up the yard and establish new plants. In addition to an impressive variety of low water use and native plants, the sales include educational workshops and presentations. All events are designed to give attendees the best information to be successful southwest gardeners. Come join the fun!
All proceeds for the ‘Grow Native!’ Plant Sale support the Highalnds Centers educational programming.2017 Plant Sale List
Plant Sale Details
The plant sale is FREE and open to the public!
Saturday, May 6th
Members only sale: 8:00am – 8:30am
Public sale: 8:30am – 2:00pm
Sunday, May 7th
Public sale: 10:30am – 1:00pm
The Highlands Center
What You Need to Know to Grow
Join us the weekend before the Plant Sale in preparation for adding to your landscape.
This is a FREE event to help community members learn about new plants, new techniques for adding variety and habitat to their yards, and what species will be available the next weekend. Local experts will provide the knowledge and techniques needed to implement a diverse landscape, no matter the size of your yard. No space is too small for an inspirational landscape.
Saturday, April 29th
Plants will not be available for purchase.
9:00am Using Homegrown Medicinal Plants – Nectar Apothecary
11:00am Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden – The AZ Garden Gals
The Highlands Center for Natural History
Member’s Pre-Sale “Happy Hour” Party – Free
Highlands Center Members are invited for a first pick of plants available at the 2017 Grow Native Plant Sale. In addition to a cash bar and refreshments, a variety of plants will be on special display. Participants also receive presentations about how these chosen plants provide beauty, habitat, food, and diversity to a landscape. Registration requested.
Friday, May 5th
2:00pm – 6:00pm
The Highlands Center