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SAVE THE DATE: Ordering begins 9am SUN, FEB 25!

Garden Like the World Depends on It

100+ Species ~ Unbeatable Prices ~ Proceeds Support Inspiring Community Organizations!

Save the Date - Online ordering for spring begins at 9am on Sun, Feb 25th!! Get on our mailing list to be reminded when sales go live:

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We're A New Kind of Nursery - Here's how

1) Order Native Plants Online in Spring & Fall

Shop for plants online starting at 9am on Sun, Feb 25! Browse plant profiles. Filter by sun, moisture and more to find the right plant for the right place. Ordering goes until we sell out, or until March 24 - whichever happens sooner!

2) Pick-up Plants at a Pop-Up Near You

We'll see you at one of our four, outdoor pop-up events in April or early May. Each pop-up is hosted by and benefits a different community partnership. Check out the full schedule of partners and locations below!

3) Plants for the Planet - Proceeds for the Community

Your new native plants will enhance the habitat in your yard and neighborhood, while proceeds support community partners. By cutting out the cost of a brick-and-mortar location, we're able to give back up to $40,000 per year.

Spring 2024 Pick-up Schedule and Beneficiaries

Plants for the Planet - Proceeds for the Community!

  • Pop-up #1 - Beaverton

  • Pick-up your plants in Beaverton (Tualatin Hills Nature Park, 15655 SW Millikan Way) on Fri, April 12 or Sat, April 13 to support Friends of Tualatin Hills Nature Park (THNP)! The Friends of THNP engage the local community to support park activities, increase understanding of the environment, organize and perform fundraising, and promote volunteerism to protect and enhance the Tualatin Hills Nature Park. Proceeds from this event will support future park improvements and environmental education programs.
  • Pop-up #2 - NE Portland

  • Pick-up your plants on Fri, April 19 or Sat, April 20 in NE Portland (Leaven Community Center, 5431 NE 20th Ave) to support The Wetlands Conservancy (TWC). The Wetlands Conservancy works to conserve and steward Oregon’s wetlands in partnership with communities. In our ideal future, Oregon’s wetlands thrive. They are protected across the state, people understand their function and value, and the benefits of wetlands are equitably shared by all Oregonians. With the proceeds from this event, TWC will be purchasing more native plants for wetlands restoration, specifically species that can be used in indigenous weaving and first foods.
  • Pick-up #3 - St Johns

  • Pick-up your plants in St Johns (St Johns Church, 8044 N Richmond Ave) on Fri, April 26 or Sat, April 27 to benefit the Friends of Baltimore Woods! Friends of Baltimore Woods is a community organization working toward preservation and restoration of the remnant woodland and green space known as Baltimore Woods in St Johns. They aim to secure this greenspace for future generations as a lasting haven for wildlife, to protect local water quality, and to create an outdoor learning environment that reflects our rich natural and cultural history. Proceeds from this event will help them organize volunteer work parties and propagate native plants for the corridor.
  • Pop-up #4 - SE Portland

  • Pick-up your plants in outer SE Portland (Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 SE 122nd Ave) on Fri, May 3 or Sat, May 4 to support Leach Botanical Garden. Leach Botanical Garden is an inviting, beautiful greenspace bordering a free-flowing creek where visitors can immerse themselves in the natural world. It is a place for respite, enjoyment, inspiration, and learning where all are welcome. Unique plant collections, a four-season pollinator garden, heritage trees, and an aerial tree walk provide year-round interest. Proceeds from this event will support operations, garden maintenance, and educational programming.

Pop-up #1 - Beaverton

Pick-up your plants in Beaverton (Tualatin Hills Nature Park, 15655 SW Millikan Way) on Fri, April 12 or Sat, April 13 to support Friends of Tualatin Hills Nature Park (THNP)! The Friends of THNP engage the local community to support park activities, increase understanding of the environment, organize and perform fundraising, and promote volunteerism to protect and enhance the Tualatin Hills Nature Park. Proceeds from this event will support future park improvements and environmental education programs. Learn More About Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Pop-up #2 - NE Portland

Pick-up your plants on Fri, April 19 or Sat, April 20 in NE Portland (Leaven Community Center, 5431 NE 20th Ave) to support The Wetlands Conservancy (TWC). The Wetlands Conservancy works to conserve and steward Oregon’s wetlands in partnership with communities. In our ideal future, Oregon’s wetlands thrive. They are protected across the state, people understand their function and value, and the benefits of wetlands are equitably shared by all Oregonians. With the proceeds from this event, TWC will be purchasing more native plants for wetlands restoration, specifically species that can be used in indigenous weaving and first foods. Learn More About The Wetlands Conservancy

Pick-up #3 - St Johns

Pick-up your plants in St Johns (St Johns Church, 8044 N Richmond Ave) on Fri, April 26 or Sat, April 27 to benefit the Friends of Baltimore Woods! Friends of Baltimore Woods is a community organization working toward preservation and restoration of the remnant woodland and green space known as Baltimore Woods in St Johns. They aim to secure this greenspace for future generations as a lasting haven for wildlife, to protect local water quality, and to create an outdoor learning environment that reflects our rich natural and cultural history. Proceeds from this event will help them organize volunteer work parties and propagate native plants for the corridor. Learn more about Friends of Baltimore Woods

Pop-up #4 - SE Portland

Pick-up your plants in outer SE Portland (Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 SE 122nd Ave) on Fri, May 3 or Sat, May 4 to support Leach Botanical Garden. Leach Botanical Garden is an inviting, beautiful greenspace bordering a free-flowing creek where visitors can immerse themselves in the natural world. It is a place for respite, enjoyment, inspiration, and learning where all are welcome. Unique plant collections, a four-season pollinator garden, heritage trees, and an aerial tree walk provide year-round interest. Proceeds from this event will support operations, garden maintenance, and educational programming. Learn More About Leach Botanical Garden

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