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LTC holding native plant sale

Lower Trent Conservation is holding a native plant sale.

Both tree seedlings and wildflower kits are available.

Native plants support more biodiversity than non-native ones according to the LTC.

Tree Seedlings:

  • Bare-root, 1′ to 3′ tall seedlings
  • Each species sold in bundles of 10
  • Evergreen & deciduous species: $10.00 & $12.50 per bundle, respectively
  • $10.00 S&H fee per order

Species include: Alternate Leaf Dogwood, Balsam Fir, Black Walnut, Black Willow, Bur Oak, Butternut, Buttonbush, Ironwood, Juneberry, Red Maple, Red Oak, Red Osier Dogwood, Red Pine, Silver Maple, Sugar Maple, Tamarack, White Birch, White Cedar, White Pine, White Spruce, Wild Plum, Yellow Birch.


Wildflower kits:   Limited quantities remaining

  • 18 potted plants per kit (6 species x 3 pots per species)
  • Kit A & Kit B
  • 4″ pots
  • $48.00 per kit

Kit A includes: wild columbine, wild lupine, harebell, black-eyed Susan, dense blazing star, beebalm

Kit B includes: wild chives, hairy beardtongue, butterfly milkweed, hoary vervain, wild bergamot, black-eyed Susan

The pick-up location will be at the Lower Trent Conservation office at 714 Murray Street located north of Trenton.

A link to the order form can be found here.

 

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