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Fall Sale has been expanded!

 

 

2022 Fall Native Wildflower and Conifer Sale

Saturday, September 17, 2022, 10 am to 1 pm

Lake City Area Fire Department,

115 John Street, Lake City

Workshop Landscaping for a Better Tomorrow will be presented by
Emma Costantino, North Country Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area,

from 10 am to 11 am. 

Sale, both pre-orders and browse and buy, will take place from11 am to 1 pm.

Pre-order garden kits by September 8. Individual quarts will be available at the sale.

New this year are conifer plugs (not bare root seedlings). Order deadline September 1.

If you'd rather mail in your order, download an order form here

 

Native plants are great for our wildlife, soils, and local climate conditions!​ They are great for any landscape and are highly tolerant to our year-round weather conditions.​ Native plants can adapt to poor-quality soils because of their extensive root systems.​ They are drought tolerant and require less maintenance.Native plants also provide wildlife benefits like providing food and places to live.

The Missaukee Conservation District is dedicated to offering species adapted to our region.​ Our goal is to educate about the importance of native plants and their connection to pollinators and native wildlife.