Thanks to our outstanding volunteers, staff, and customers, we got 12,000 native trees and shrubs out into the community again this year. These plants will provide valuable wildlife habitat, carbon sequestration, erosion control, and beauty in the landscape for years to come.
Click here for our bare-root planting guide.
Help us choose which species to include in next year’s sale. Follow this link to provide your feedback: https://forms.gle/8Y2BvQPJqHYcH9km8
Please click here to view our Plant Sale Policies.
Want to get involved? We’d love your help!
Do you have empty feed bags that you’d otherwise throw out? We would love to take them off your hands and use them to pack plant orders. Please email Sierra Young at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any empty feed bags you’re willing to donate to the plant sale. We have space to store them for next year, so feel free to get in touch any time. Thanks in advance!
Do you want to help with next year’s sale? Volunteers help with order bundling and distribution. Please email Sierra Young and email@example.com if you want to be added to the volunteer list for the next sale.
Didn’t find what you were looking for at our sale?
Our neighboring conservation districts also hold native plant sales and their species selection may vary somewhat from what we have to offer at JCCD. Additonally, other local groups in Jefferson County hold plant sales. Also, you can always ask plant nurseries to get native species. If they are aware of demand for natives, they’ll be more likely to offer them.
Clallam Conservation District: https://clallamcd.org/native-plants
Whidbey Island Conservation District: https://www.whidbeycd.org/
Kul Kah Han Native Plant Garden: https://nativeplantgarden.org/
Master Gardeners: https://jcmgf.org/plant-sale/