Fall Native Plant Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10.
Fall is the perfect time to enhance your water-wise garden and restore your landscape with drought-tolerant plants.
Can you still create a pleasing garden in the face of drought and the need to conserve water? The answer is yes, but it requires a change in focus in plant choices. Planting drought tolerant native plants will save water over the years to come and restore habitat lost in the fires and the drought for our native bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects and small mammals. Losing your lawn doesn’t mean you have to settle for a moonscape of rocks and concrete.
Over 1,000 hard-to-find native plants, more than 125 species, for shade or sun will be available for sale at Napa’s Skyline Park and ready for planting in your garden, be it large or small, and even in pots on your deck or patio. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions and to help with plant selection. The rich diversity of California’s native ground covers, shrubs, and vines will satisfy every gardener’s needs.
The adjacent Martha Walker California Native Habitat Garden, maintained by the Napa Chapter, will be open for you to see the native plants in a landscape setting. All proceeds from the sale benefit the maintenance, improvement, and educational programs of the Garden and the Napa Chapter.
Skyline Park is located at 2201 Imola Ave, Napa. For more information, visit our website www.napavalleycnps.org Admission to Park is free during the sale and show.
MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO THE SALE AREA.
Napa Valley Chapter of the California Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing information on native plants. Our chapter is fortunate to have the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden in Skyline Park as an educational and public recreational asset. We offer gardening and habitat opportunities for chapter members and the public. Our mission is to promote the natural beauty of California’s native plants through education, science, advocacy, horticulture, and land stewardship, with a focus on the critical roles of native plants in the ecology of native fauna, as well as the health and recreation of society.