Native Plant Card
To print Native Plant Card click on Picture
Ohio’s Audubon At Home initiative has created
a new resource to help people create home and community bird habitat with native
plants. Check out our 2006 Guide to Native Plant Nurseries and Landscapers; now
available for download on our web-site.
Here is one source for native Ohio plants:
Native Plant Sales 2009
For more information visit each institution’s website or
the Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership website (leapbio.org)
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo (www.clemetzoo.com)
Native Plant Sale to support the Plant Conservation Fund of the Association of Zoo Horticulture
Saturday & Sunday, May 9th -10th on the Welcome Plaza by the Flamingos
Selling native perennials and ferns as well as organic herbs and a few vegetables. Pre-sale forms will be available online through the zoo's website. Forms available March 20th.
Nature Center at Shaker Lakes (http://www.shakerlakes.org/plant_sale.asp)
27th Annual Native Plant Sale
Saturday, May 9th, 9:00am-2:00pm
Pre-orders are recommended, but not required, and must be received by Friday, April 17th. Order forms will be available at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes and on the website by March 1st.
Stark County Park District (for more information contact Stark Parks at (330) 477-3552)
Spring Plant Sale and Gardening Seminars
Exploration Gateway – 5712-12th Street N.W., Canton, Ohio
Saturday, May 16th, 9:00am – 1:00pm. Free gardening seminars at 9:30am and 11:00am
Offering a variety of native Ohio plants for rain gardens, sunny spots, shade, and more!
The Holden Arboretum (www.holdenarb.org)
Take Home a Piece of ‘Holden’
Saturday & Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd (availability is limited)
Holden is proud to offer twenty different species this year. Many of the plants have been propagated from seeds or cuttings from Holden’s own wildflower collections and natural areas. The available cultivars were purchased from responsible native plant nurseries.
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (www.cmnh.org/site/conservation.aspx)
2009 Native Plant Sale
This spring, the Natural Areas Division of the Museum hosts its second native plant sale for its members. Several new species are being offered this year, including wafer ash, striped maple, and rose-shell azalea. Order forms are available on the website. Due date to submit your order is April 14th.
Native Black-eyed Susan © Casey Tucker
Native Purple Coneflower © Casey Tucker
Native Prairie Coneflower © Casey Tucker