Annual Native Plant Sale

Native Plant Sale open for orders December 2nd through January 27th, while supplies last!

Thanks to our outstanding volunteers, staff, and customers, we got 12,000 native trees and shrubs out into the community during our last plant sale. These plants will provide valuable wildlife habitat, carbon sequestration, erosion control, and beauty in the landscape for years to come.

Visit our online store to place your order and sign up for your pick-up time slot. All plant orders will be picked up on Saturday, February 25th at the Jefferson County Fairgounds.

Order your plants here: https://jccdwa-plant-sale.square.site/

Online sales for this year are open December 2nd through January 27th, while supplies last. Supplies are limited, so order early to get the best species selection. We are pleased to offer the following species this year:

Please click here to view our Plant Sale Policies.

Need help picking the right plants for you?

Native Plant Sale Workshops

To help you prepare for your plant order and properly care for your new plants, we’re offering a FREE two-part workshop series on native plants. Workshop #1 focuses on how to select the right plants for your site. Workshop #2 is about how to care for and plant bare-root trees and shrubs. 
 
Workshop #1: Selecting the Right Plants for Your Site
When: December 8, 2022 (Thursday) from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Where: Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Avenue, Port Hadlock.
 
Workshop #2: Bare-Root Plant Care and Planting
When: January 11, 2023 (Wednesday) from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Where: Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Avenue, Port Hadlock.

Want to Get Involved? We’d love your help!

Each year we rely on volunteers to help bundle plant orders and get them out to our customers. Bundling day is Thursday, February 23rd at the Horticultural Buidling at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. Plant pick-up day is Saturday, February 25th, also at the fairgrounds. Please email Sierra Young at syoung@jeffersoncd.org if you’d like to volunteer. 

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 syoung@jeffersoncd.org if you have any empty feed bags you’re willing to donate to the plant sale. Thanks in advance!