Grow Native Plant Sale

Due to the Success of our Spring ONLINE Native Plant Sale, we are adding a Fall ONLINE Grow Native! Plant Sale, featuring hardy trees and shrubs.

Our annual Grow Native Plant Sale is an event that celebrates the native Arizona landscape. This event encourages the community to landscape with native and regionally native, low water use plants.  THANK YOU to the our Presenting Sponsors the City of Prescott  and Prescott Landscape Professionals !

All proceeds support the Highlands Center’s educational programming. 

Plant Sale Details

The Highlands Center for Natural History is launching a Fall Online Grow Native Plant Sale. Our Grow Native Plant Sales celebrate our Native Arizona Landscape. Fall is a good time to plant – with cooler temperatures, and winter precipitation. Young, hardy trees and shrubs will not have to contest with the extreme heat of summer. Perennials can get established and started for the next growing season. As in the past, we encourage our member community to landscape with native and regionally native, low water use plants. Highlands Center staff and naturalists will be available to answer any questions you may have by email, plantsale@highlandscenter.org, when purchasing native plants.

Participants can expect

  • Orders will be arranged, delivered to vehicles by staff wearing gloves and masks
  • For this sale HCNH staff will select your plants from the assortment prior to pick-up. Have faith!
  • For this sale, we will be selling a reduced number of plants, subject to availability.
  • Due to the limited capacity of the sale, participants will be asked to limit their orders to what will fit in their vehicle. 

Sale is closed.

Drive-through pick-up September 11th – 13th, at the Highlands Center. Time slots will be assigned by email.

Members receive a 10% discount

Payment will be completed in advance during online order submissions. All orders are subject to availability. If an order cannot be completed as submitted, an alternative will be proposed or payment will be adjusted. 

Presenting Sponsors:

Supporting Sponsors:

Fall 2020 Online Plants for Sale

 Prices are listed with the plant names, Member price/ Non member price. If you have additional questions regarding plants or the sale itself, please e-mail plantsale@highlandscenter.org.

Click the buttons below to place your order or identify your USDA Zone. 

 

Coyote Willow (5 gal.)
Salix exigua
$28.80/ $32
  • Moderate to high water need
  • Down to -30ºF
  • Zone 4

Arizona Ash (15 gal.)
Fraxinus velutina
$135/ $150
  • Moderate water need
  • Down to 0ºF
  • Zone 7

Chokecherry (5 gal.)
Prunus virginiana
$28.80/ $32
  • Moderate water need
  • Down to -40ºF
  • Zone 2
Attracts Butterflies

Canyon Grape (1 gal.)
Vitis arizonica
$10.80/ $12
• Moderate water need
• Down to -20ºF
• Zone 5
Deciduous vine, attracts birds & mammals

Arizona Mesquite (5 gal.)
Prosopis velutina
$28.80/ $32
• Low to moderate water need
• Down to 10ºF
• Zone 8

New Mexico Locust (5 gal.)
Robina neomexicana
$28.80/ $32
• Low  to moderate water need
• Down to -30ºF
• Zone 4

Fragrant Sumac (3 gal.)
Rhus aromatica
$28.80/ $32
  • Low to moderate water need
  • Down to -40ºF
  • Zone 3
Leaves turn orange, red & purple in fall

Alligator Juniper (5 gal.)
Juniperus deppeana
$45/ $50
  • Moderate water need
  • Down to 0ºF
  • Zone 7
Attracts birds & mammals

Arizona Cypress (15 gal.)
Cupressus arizonica
$112.50/ $125
  • Low to moderate water need
  • Down to -10ºF
  • Zone 6
 

Emory Oak (5 gal.)
Quercus Emoryi
$34.20/ $38
• Low to moderate water need
• Down to -10ºF
• Zone 6
Attracts mammals, birds & butterflies

White Rain Lily (1 gal.)
Zephyranthes candida
$9/ $10
• Moderate water need
• Down to 0ºF
• Zone 7

Moonshine Yarrow (1 gal.)
Achillea moonshine
$9.90/ $11
• Low  to moderate water need
• Down to -40ºF
• Zone 3
Attracts butterflies and deer resistant

Utah Serviceberry (5 gal.)
Amelanchier utahensis

$27/ $30
• Low to moderate water need
• Down to -40ºF
• Zone 3
Attracts birds & mammals

Fremont’s Barberry (3 gal.)
Berberis mahonia fremontii

$28.80/ $32
• Low to moderate water need
• Down to 10ºF
• Zone 8
Attracts bees & butterflies

Aster Purple (1 gal.)
Aster dumosus
$9.90/ $11
  • Moderate water need
  • Down to -20ºF
  • Zone 5
Attracts butterflies

Arizona Walnut (15 gal.)
Juglans major

$90/ $100
• Moderate to high water need
• Down to -10ºF
• Zone 6
Only nut bearing tree native to desert regions

Flame Acanthus (1 gal.)
Anisacanthus quad. v. Wrightii mexican fire
$9.90/ $11
• Low water need
• Down to 0ºF
• Zone 7
Attracts hummingbirds

Beargrass (1 gal.)
Nolina microcarpa

$9.90/ $11
• Low water need
• Down to -10ºF
• Zone 6
Tall stalks of green flowers in the summer

Rabbitbrush (1 gal.)
Ericameria nauseosa

$9.90/ $11
• Low water need
• Down to -30ºF
• Zone 4

Desert Willow (5 gal.)
Chilopsis linearis
$18.00/ $20
  • Low to moderate water need
  • Down to -10ºF
  • Zone 6
Attracts hummingbirds and bees

Apache Plume (1 gal.)
Falludia paradoxa
$9.90/ $11
  • Low water need
  • Down to -40ºF
  • Zone 3
 

Sand Sage (1 gal.)
Artemisia filifolia
$9/ $10
• Low water need
• Down to -30ºF
• Zone 4

Fringed Sage (1 gal.)
Artemisia frigida
$9/ $10
• Low water need
• Down to -30ºF
• Zone 4 

Four Wing Saltbush (1 gal.)
Atriplex canescens
$9/ $10
• Low water need
• Down to -40ºF
• Zone 3
Seeds attract birds & small mammals

Netleaf Hackberry (15 gal.)
Celtis Reticulata

$90/ $100
• Low to high water need
• Down to -20ºF
• Zone 5
Birds feed on fruit that remain on the tree through the winter

New Mexico Olive (5 gal.)
Forestiera neomexicana
$20.70/ $23
  • Low to moderate water need
  • Down to -30ºF
  • Zone 4
Attracts honeybees and songbirds

Winterfat (1 gal.)
Kraschennnikovia Lanata
$9.90/ $11
  • Low water need
  • Down to -40ºF
  • Zone 3
 

Pink Gaura (1 gal.)
Gaura lindheimeri ‘siskiyou’
$9/ $10
• Moderate to high water need
• Down to -20ºF
• Zone 5
Ideal for planting under desert trees

Click Below to Place Your Order

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