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Garden Like the World Depends on It

Online ordering for fall is now closed.

Thank you to everyone that ordered - together we helped our community partners raise over $15,000!

Missed the pre-order, but still looking for native plants this fall? Check out our Saturday 2pm Leftovers Flash Sales to get great deals on odds and ends.

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

1) Order Plants Online

Shop for plants online Aug 15 to Sept 12. Browse plant profiles. Filter by sun, moisture and more to find the right plant for the right place.

2) Pick-up Plants in October

At checkout, select from one of four outdoor pop-up events to pick up your plants in Oct. Each pop-up is hosted by and benefits a different community partner. 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 essential work in your community. Learn about our amazing partners below!

Plants for the Planet - Proceeds for the Community!

Our Fall 2022 Pick-up Schedule and Beneficiaries:

  • Pick-up #1 - SE Portland

  • Pick-up your plants in SE Portland (Brentwood-Darlington Community Center, 7211 SE 62nd Ave) on Fri, Sept 30 or Sat, Oct 1 to benefit Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA) and the Green Thumb Site! BDNA is an all-volunteer organization made up of neighbors just like you! From advocating for transportation and infrastructure to throwing community events, and everything in-between, BDNA always has something in the works. Green Thumb is an inspiring collaboration of organizations and community spaces including Multnomah County Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden, Black Futures Farm and PSU's Learning Garden Lab, as well as a community garden, orchard, and more! Together they are growing, educating and connecting communities through getting their hands dirty in SE Portland.
  • Pick-up #2 - SW Portland

  • Pick-up plants on Friday October 7 or Saturday October 8 in SW Portland (PCC Sylvania, 12000 SW 49th Ave) to support PCC Sylvania's Habitat Restoration Team and Environmental Center. The Habitat Restoration Team and the Environmental Center bring together the Grounds crew, PCC students and staff, and community volunteers to nurture habitats, to grow food in our learning garden, and to encourage sustainability. They remove invasive species, plant NW native plants, analyze wildlife camera data, discuss food systems, and show how students and the community benefit from growing food and flowers.
  • Pick-up #3 - NE Portland

  • Pick-up plants in NE Portland (Mult Cty Drainage District, 1880 NE Elrod) on Fri, Oct 14 or Sat, Oct 15 to benefit Columbia Slough Watershed Council (CSWC)! CSWC brings community members together to improve water quality, heal damaged fish and wildlife habitat, increase public awareness, and advocate for a healthy Columbia Slough Watershed.
  • Pick-up #4 - Beaverton

  • Pick-up plants in Beaverton (Tualatin Hills Nature Park, 15655 SW Millikan Way) on Fri, Oct 21 or Sat Oct 22 to benefit 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 make the Tualatin Hills Nature Park a better place. Proceeds from this event will support future park improvements and environmental education programs.

Pick-up #1 - SE Portland

Pick-up your plants in SE Portland (Brentwood-Darlington Community Center, 7211 SE 62nd Ave) on Fri, Sept 30 or Sat, Oct 1 to benefit Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA) and the Green Thumb Site! BDNA is an all-volunteer organization made up of neighbors just like you! From advocating for transportation and infrastructure to throwing community events, and everything in-between, BDNA always has something in the works. Green Thumb is an inspiring collaboration of organizations and community spaces including Multnomah County Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden, Black Futures Farm and PSU's Learning Garden Lab, as well as a community garden, orchard, and more! Together they are growing, educating and connecting communities through getting their hands dirty in SE Portland. Learn More About Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association

Pick-up #2 - SW Portland

Pick-up plants on Friday October 7 or Saturday October 8 in SW Portland (PCC Sylvania, 12000 SW 49th Ave) to support PCC Sylvania's Habitat Restoration Team and Environmental Center. The Habitat Restoration Team and the Environmental Center bring together the Grounds crew, PCC students and staff, and community volunteers to nurture habitats, to grow food in our learning garden, and to encourage sustainability. They remove invasive species, plant NW native plants, analyze wildlife camera data, discuss food systems, and show how students and the community benefit from growing food and flowers. Learn more about the Habitat Restoration Team

Pick-up #3 - NE Portland

Pick-up plants in NE Portland (Mult Cty Drainage District, 1880 NE Elrod) on Fri, Oct 14 or Sat, Oct 15 to benefit Columbia Slough Watershed Council (CSWC)! CSWC brings community members together to improve water quality, heal damaged fish and wildlife habitat, increase public awareness, and advocate for a healthy Columbia Slough Watershed. Learn More About Columbia Slough Watershed Council

Pick-up #4 - Beaverton

Pick-up plants in Beaverton (Tualatin Hills Nature Park, 15655 SW Millikan Way) on Fri, Oct 21 or Sat Oct 22 to benefit 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 make the Tualatin Hills Nature Park a better place. Proceeds from this event will support future park improvements and environmental education programs. Learn More About Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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