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Native Plant Sale on Sunday

12-4pm at McLane Center, Concord
Fall is a great time to refresh and enhance your garden with native plants! Join us for the McLane Center Native Plant Sale this Sunday and explore a great selection of native and pollinator friendly plants to take home to your garden.
Bagley Pond Perennials
Bagley Pond Perennials is an organic native perennial farm specializing in native pollinator plants
Pemi Native Plants
Pemi Native Plants is a small native plant nursery growing beautiful, tough plants from seed. 

Pemi Native Plants at the Pollinator Garden opening in June at McLane Center (Dyanna Smith).

Selection of plants will include:
Anise Hyssop – Agastache foeniculum
Blue-stemmed Goldenrod – Solidago caesia  Butterfly Weed – Asclepias tuberosa
Common Blue Eyed Grass – Sisyrinchium angustifolium Creeping Phlox – Phlox stolonifera
Culver’s Root – Veronicastrum virginicum
Cup Plant – Silphium perfoliatum
Dense Blazing Star – Liatris spicata
Eastern Bluestar – Amsonia tabernaemontana
Foam Flower – Tiarella cordifolia
Garden Phlox – Phlox paniculata
Helen’s Wildflower – Helenium flexuosum
Jack-in-the-pulpit – Arisaema triphyllum
Lance Leaf Coreopsis – Coreopsis lanceolate
Mountain Mint – Pycnanthemum virginianum
Native Bergamot – Monarda fistulosa
New England Aster – Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
New York Aster – Symphyotrichum novi-belgii
Northern Blazing Star – Liatris scariosa
Northern Blue Flag – Iris versicolor
Ohio Spiderwort – Tradescantia ohioensis
Pale Purple Coneflower – Echinacea pallida
Purple Bergamot – Monarda media
Purple Coneflower – Echinacea Purpurea
Rose Milkweed – Asclepias Incarnata
Sneezeweed – Helenium Autumnale
Spotted Bee Balm – Monarda Punctata
Tall Meadow Rue – Thalictrum pubescens
Threadleaf Bluestar – Amsonia hubrichtii
Upland White Goldenrod – Oligoneuron album
White Turtlehead – Chelone Glabra
Wild Sweet William – Phlox maculate
Whorled Aster – Oclemena acuminata
Yellow Coneflower – Ratibida Pinnata
UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your questions about gardening, pollinators, native wildlife, and native plants.
Plus, take a tour the new McLane Center Pollinator Garden!

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