Upcoming Keystone Wildflowers events and plant sales
Keystone Wildflowers enjoys supporting local native plant events and sales that promote the use of native plants. We accept orders in person during the events via cash or check and will have perennial native plants available for sale. If you are interested in specific plant species, please email us ahead of time so we can arrange to bring them to the sale and hold them upon your arrival.
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Join us Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland. This year's GreenFest celebrates the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The event will focus on increasing knowledge about the choice we can make to better the environment.Find out more »
Brought to you by the Pennsylvania Native Plant Society, over 300 different plant varieties will be available for sale at the Central Pennsylvania Native Plant Festival. The event will also feature numerous educational opportunities for those looking to learn more about native plants.Find out more »
Shop the 7th annual native plant sale at Robinson Nature Center in Columbia, Maryland. Planting native plants and adequately caring for them can save you a lot: a reduction in watering, less fertilizer, and fewer pesticides. Do your part and help to provide a habitat for butterflies, insects, and other local wildlife.Find out more »
Meet Keystone Wildflowers at the Mid-Atlantic Ecological Landscapes or MAEscapes Native Plant Sale on Saturday, May 9 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The annual event is hosted by Penn State Master Gardeners of York County and MAEscapes, a program of Penn State Cooperative Extension.Find out more »
Visit Conrad Weiser High School for the native plant sale on May 30, 2020 in front of the agriculture department. Visitors can explore the department's gardens as well as purchase native plants from Keystone Wildflowers. Profits help to fund the ag department's intern program and maintain the Landscape Laboratory at the high school.Find out more »