Native Plant Sales

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Use the search and filter features below to find native plant sales near you. Clicking on the name of a listing will take you to a page with all of the detail information about the sale (times, location, etc.)

This information is being provided as a service to Illinois Native Plant Society members and the general public. Some of these sales may contain non-native species or cultivars. We encourage people to purchase plants native to Illinois.

This listing of native plant sales is just one of many activities of the INPS in support of its mission of “the study, appreciation, and conservation of the native flora and natural communities of Illinois”. If you would like to help INPS with this mission, consider joining INPS or by making a donation. Thank you.

NameUniversity of Illinois Extension Master Gardeners' Plant Sale
Date of Sale or Plant Pick Up05/18/2024
Time of SaleSat. 9AM to 2PM
LocationUniversity of Illinois Extension Grounds
Address100 South Highway 45
Grayslake, Illinois 60030
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Additional Information

This year our sale will feature an expanded variety and selection of nursery grown plants not readily available at traditional garden centers – Natives, new cultivars of perennials, grasses and pollinator-friendly plants. Many varieties of home-grown tomatoes, along with other vegetables, will be available. In addition, shop our “Garden Treasures” for new and gently used items to enhance your landscape, including yard art, garden tools and decorative containers. Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your gardening questions, help with plant selection and offer gardening advice. All proceeds support projects and programming for volunteers, youth and adults in Lake County. For more information call 847-223-8627.

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