Native Plant Sale 2009

The Order Deadline for the spring native plant sale will be May 20, 2009. The sale will be held at the Kent CD office (Grand Rapids) at 3260 Eagle Park Dr. N.E., Suite 111, Grand Rapids on May 27 at 6 p.m. For additional information call (616) 942-4111 extension 100.

There will be a cash and carry sale for customers who need help with their selection, but please remember stock is not guaranteed at the cash and carry sale so please put an order in for all items you know you want. For more information on this sale go to the tree sale section of our website where you can download our catalog for free. 

The Kent Conservation District hosts two native plant sales each year. One in the Spring and one in the Fall. Because the native plants of Michigan have evolved with our unique climate and soils, they are often times better adapted to our local conditions than their non-native or cultivated counterparts. 

Native plants also play an important role in the life cycle of many different species of wildlife including many butterflies, song birds and mammals. 

Please consider using Michigan Natives for your next planting.

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