Buy native wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, trees, vines, sedges, and native seed from Grow Native! professional members. Portion of sales will be donated to support the conservation work of the World Bird Sanctuary and Missouri Prairie Foundation. Some vendors accept cash, check, or credit cards; some only cash or checks.
If you wish to pre-order plants and have your order ready for pick up at the event, you can pre-order by Tuesday, September 3 from the following vendors:
Gaylena’s Garden: 573-694-3228; email@example.com
Missouri Wildflowers Nursery: 573-496-3492; firstname.lastname@example.org
Ozark Soul: 816-809-4062; email@example.com
Papillon Perennials: 314-974-4921; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prairie Hill Farm: 573-864-9597; email@example.com
River City Natives: firstname.lastname@example.org
Native plants beautify landscapes and help support songbirds and other cherished wildlife. You can shop for native plants and seed at this sale hosted by the World Bird Sanctuary on Saturday, September 7, 2019, located at 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road, Valley Park, MO. The World Bird Sanctuary will host the sale rain or shine from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Grow Native! professional members Gaylena’s Garden, Forest ReLeaf, Missouri Wildflowers Nursery, Ozark Soul, Papillon Perennials, Prairie Hill Farm, and River City Natives will supply a variety of native plants and seeds to complement your landscape.
Vendors will donate a portion of their sale proceeds to support the conservation work of the World Bird Sanctuary and the Missouri Prairie Foundation, a 53-year-old prairie conservation organization and land trust, which also runs the Grow Native! native plant marketing and education program. The Missouri Prairie Foundation will have free native plant literature available, as well as gardening books and apparel for sale.
“We are pleased to partner with the World Bird Sanctuary, who will host this native plant sale,” said Carol Davit, Executive Director of the Missouri Prairie Foundation. “Native plants—as the basis of food chains around the world—are critical to sustaining bird populations as well as monarch butterflies and other plants and animals we want future generations to enjoy, as we do now. Not only will this sale offer a great diversity of Missouri native plants to shoppers, but donations from vendors from plant sale proceeds will benefit the conservation work of the World Bird Sanctuary and the Missouri Prairie Foundation.”