Native Plant Sale

May 17 to May 18

View last year's Plant List to get an idea of our selection
10 AM to 4 PM   
Location: Visitor Center Parking Lot

Rotating demos by Master Gardens on Native Container Gardening,
Planting with Pollinators and Composting. Native-Gardening activity for kids

The Hawk Mountain Native Plant Sale features helpful volunteers, a strong educational component, and an incredible mix of native trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, ferns and flowers. The sale is scheduled during the best time to plant, well after fear of frost. Come browse or buy, and learn more about the importance of natives.

All plants separated by habitat, such as sunny/hot or shady/wet. We make it as easy as possible for you to buy plants that will thrive in your home landscape.

NEW this year, a special visit by DOUG TALLAMY on Saturday, May 17! Stop by for a booksigning at 1 pm, OR sign up now for a limited-seating lecture on "Building a Better Bird Feeder," at the Education Building at 10 am. Learn more.

Meet National Native Plant Spokesperson Doug Tallamy!

NEW!!! Exclusive lecture with Doug Tallamy on Sat, May 17!!
10 am Education Building, Hawk Mountain. Limited Seating.
$15 ticket. Call 610-756-6961 to register now

1 pm Visitor Center
, Hawk Mountain. (FREE)

Evening Lecture
, Albright University, Reading
7 pm, Holleran Center. $15 ticket.
Call 610-756-691 to register for EITHER talk.

More natives, more nature

Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

Natives Plants ...
Benefit wildlife 
Require less maintenance
Use less water
Cost less
Provide year-round interest

About the Sale
Helpful volunteers
Native garden walks
Tips on attracting wildlife
Educational information

For Sale
Outdoors: Native wildflowers, vines, grasses, shrubs and trees. 
Indoors: Great selection of native planting books as well as field guides.