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Postponed: Spring Native Plant Sale
April 4 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Postponed. We will be exploring our rescheduling options.
Native plants add beauty and interest to your garden year-round and provide important habitat for wildlife. Flowers, shrubs, trees, vines, and ferns will be available for purchase from a trio of Virginia-based vendors: Julie Borneman of Watermark Woods Nursery in Hamilton; Janet Davis of Hill House Farm and Nursery in Castleton; and Randee Wilson of Nature by Design in Alexandria. The sale, sponsored by Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, is staffed by volunteers who are knowledgeable about native plants. Other community groups including the Virginia Native Plant Society and Virginia Master Master Naturalists will also participate, sharing information on how to support local wildlife.
If you want to learn more about Loudoun Wildlife’s programs, representatives from most of our programs will be on hand to answer your questions and advise you on how you can get involved. Stop by any of the following tables: Amphibian Monitoring; Audubon at Home; Habitat Restoration; Birds, and Pollinators (bees and butterflies).
More than just a plant sale, you can buy bird feeding supplies and nestboxes from Wild Birds Unlimited of Ashburn, yard art from Sunny Lane Forge, and new and used books from Loudoun Wildlife.
New to the sale: the Keepin It Grill food truck will be serving both breakfast and lunch.
Would you like to volunteer to help out with the Native Plant Sale? Sign up here.
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