Conservation District has native plants to sell

Jan 2nd, 2013 | By | Category: Everything Else

Pierce Conservation District is offering 29 species of plants native to western Washington during its 22nd annual Native Plant Sale Jan. 18.

Species include six to 24-inch conifers such as western red cedar, Douglas fir and noble fir, 10 to 12-inch deciduous trees such as Pacific crabapple, paper birch  and bitter cherry, ground covers such as kinnikinnick, coastal strawberry and salal, and wild species such as evergreen huckleberry, mock orange and red flowering currant.

Prices range from $6 to $20 per bundle of five to 10 plants. Pre-orders will be taken until Jan. 18 and will be available for pickup March 1 and 2 at the district office in Puyallup. Prices range from $6 – $20 per bundle of five to ten plants.

Information, including order forms, are available at (253) 845-9770 (extension 106) and www.piercecountycd.org

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