Yerba Buena Chapter of the California Native Plant Society 23rd Annual Fall Native Plant Sale
To take advantage of the Winter rains, Fall is the time for planting! This sale is an opportunity to find a variety of native plant species that aren’t readily available at garden centers. These are species already adapted to our area’s climate, soils, habitats and important to our local wildlife.
Growing locally native plants in your garden is an important way to:
- Attract pollinators, including native bees, butterflies, moths, and birds
- Provide for endangered species
- Enhance corridors for native wildlife
- Use less water (thereby less energy pumping that water)
- Save money on utility bills
- Reduce the use of fertilizers and pesticides
- Have a beautiful, colorful, lively garden
- Inspire your neighbors to do the same!
Free Parking, and the 44-O’Shaughnessy Muni bus stops out front.
Celebrate the amazing diversity of orchids – a vast family of more than 22,000 species in 880 genera – as hundreds of exotic blooms compete for honors at The Huntington’s 3rd annual International Orchid Show and Sale. The event will showcase lush displays by local and regional orchid societies and international growers, and vendors will have a wide range of orchid plants and related merchandise for sale.
Milo Baker Chapter 46th Annual California Native Plant Sale
Shrubs, Perennials, Bulbs, and Seeds. Expert gardeners present to answer questions. Cards, Books, Posters, and T-Shirts
Free Parking – Free Admission – Credits Cards Accepted
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Five of the world’s premier orchid growers offer rare and exotic orchid species and original hybrids direct to the public at unbelievable prices! Orchid sales, Orchid Displays and Friday Preview Night book signing by famous orchidist Bruce
Rogers author of the best selling book, ‘The Orchid Whisperer ‘.
Church 6th. St. Parking Lots between East Jackson and Empire St.
Public Parking Lot on the corner of 6th St. and East Jackson
Admission $5 – CASH ONLY