Native Plant Sale

Spring is in full swing, marking the return of our annual native plant sale! With over 45 varieties of plants native to New Jersey, this year's sale offers a diverse selection that supports local ecosystems while enhancing gardens throughout the area.

Online ordering for 2024 will be available from Friday, April 26 through Thursday, May 2 at lhfplantsale.givesmart.comPickup for online purchases and an in-person sale for remaining plants will occur on Saturday, May 4, from 9 am to noon, at the Lake Hopatcong  Foundation, 125 Landing Road, Landing.

We're excited to offer a great mix of native plants this year, including beloved favorites like coneflowers, columbine, and cardinal flowers, as well as some unique picks such as mayapple and bloodroot. We've also added a number of native shrubs to our sale, and we will again be selling the pawpaw and American plum trees.

Plants provided will be well-rooted, seedlings in quart containers unless otherwise noted (see picture for examples). Our native plants are supplied by Well-Sweep Herb Farm, with a few varieties from the Catskill Native Nursery, Penn Natives Conservation Seedlings, and US Perennials. 

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Why Native Plants?

Native plants occur naturally in a region in which they evolved and are easier on the environment because they are adapted to the local landscape and generally require less water, less fertilizer, and little maintenance after they are established.

Native plants play an integral part in the world's ecosystem and are important for the healthy populations of birds, native bees, butterflies, bats, and many mammals.  They provide significant support for many pollinators, such as the Monarch Butterfly, whose populations are under stress. Pollinators play a crucial role in the production of fruits and vegetables, as well as the health of plant and wildlife communities. 

Natives can even improve water quality. With deeper root systems than grass, native plants more effectively hold soil in place and help filter out pollution from stormwater runoff. allowing heavy rainwater to be absorbed into soils rather than overflowing into storm drainage systems, protecting our waterways, and reducing flooding 

By choosing native plants in your yard, you are not only helping wildlife, you are creating a healthier place for yourself, your family, and your community. You are also making choices that are beneficial to the health of Lake Hopatcong, its watershed, and even the planet. And, they're beautiful! 

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