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Native Plant Sale until Sept 5, 2020

Join us for an online Native Plant Sale to benefit the McLane Audubon Center Pollinator Garden.
Starts August 22 – online, with plant pick up on Sept. 13
Download the plant sale poster here.

Purple coneflower with bumblebee, by Diane De Luca.

Bagley Pond Perennials and Pemi Native Plants are hosting an online Native Plant Sale to benefit the McLane Center Pollinator Garden. People interested in purchasing native plants for their gardens can do so online, followed by a physically distanced pickup at NH Audubon’s McLane Center on September 13, from 12-4pm. Choose “Pickup” when purchasing your plants.
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.
Selection of plants will include:

Blanket Flower – Gaillardia aristata
Blue-eyed Grass – Sisyrinchium angustifolium
Blue-stemmed Goldenrod – Solidago caesia
Blue Wild Indigo – Baptisia australis
Butterfly Weed – Asclepias tuberosa
Clustered Mountain Mint – Pycanthemum iuticum
Common Blue Eyed Grass – Sisyrinchium angustifolium
Common Ironweed – Vernonia fasciculata
Creeping Phlox – Phlox stolonifera
Culver’s Root – Veronicastrum virginicum
Garden Phlox – Phlox paniculata
Heart-leaved Aster – Symphyotrichum cordifolium
Indian Grass – Sorghastrum nutans
Joe Pye Weed – Eupatorium maculatum
Lance Leaf Coreopsis – Coreopsis lanceolate
Little Blue Stem – Schizachyrium scoparium
New England Aster – Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
New York Aster – Symphyotrichum novi-belgii
Northern Blazing Star – Liatris scariosa
Purple Coneflower – Echinacea Purpurea
Purple Giant Hyssop – Agastache scrophularifolia
Rose Milkweed – Asclepias Incarnata
Scarlet Bee Balm – Monarda didyma
Showy Goldenrod – Solidago speciose
Showy Tick Trefoil – Desmodium canadense
Shrubby St. Johns Wort – Hypericum prolificum
Slender Mountain Mint – Pycanthemum tenifolium
Small Yellow Indigo – Baptisia tinctoria
Smooth Blue Aster – Symphytricum laeve
Sneezeweed – Helenium Autumnale
Swamp Rose Mallow – Hibiscus moscheutos
Sweet Goldenrod – Solidago odora
Sweet Joe Pye Weed – Eutrichium purpureum
Upland White Goldenrod – Oligoneuron album
Wild Bergamot = Monarda fistulosa
Wild Sweet William – Phlox maculate
Whorled Aster – Oclemena acuminata
Woodland Phlox – Phlox pinnata
Yellow Coneflower – Ratibida Pinnata
Visit Bagley Pond Perennials’ website to purchase plants.

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