The district is hosting its first plant sale in decades! For this initial sale, we are offering a smaller number of plants so order soon for best selection. Plants MUST be pre-ordered by October 13th. Plants MUST be picked up on the date of the sale, October 26th by 4 p.m. Plants not picked up will be considered donated to the district and planted on restoration projects.
The minimum order quantity is $35 and most bunchgrass and wildflower plugs are sold in bundles of five. If a tab with the payment page doesn’t load, it’s possible an ad blocker is preventing it from opening. Please check your junk email folder after ordering in case the planting guide and receipt were caught in there.
When planted in places that meet their light and water needs, native plants thrive with no added fertilizer or pesticide and much less supplemental water than traditional grass lawns and landscaping plants. Native plant gardens do not need to be mowed and many native plants are essential hosts for insects like butterflies, hummingbird moths, bees, and many other beneficial invertebrates. Adding native plants into your landscape supports native wildlife by adding food and shelter that is best suited for them. Whether you just have space for a small front yard native garden plot, a pollinator habitat planting, or a riparian buffer project, the WWCCD can help bring your project to life.