- Date: 02/15/2024 - 03/31/2024
- Location: Asheville, North Carolina
- Host: MountainTrue
- Address: 521 Amboy Rd, Asheville, North Carolina 28806
- Event Website
We are thrilled to announce our first Asheville-based Annual Native Perennial and Shrub Sale. Get a jump start on Earth Day and take steps to get your yards and gardens back to their “roots”.
Choose from several native perennial species and shrubs, including azaleas, ornamental native plants, pollinator species, and those particularly beneficial to wildlife. All plants are sourced locally from Carolina Native Nursery.
Pricing is $15 for 1-gallon, $35 for 3-gallon and $12 for 1-gallon perennials.
Orders will be accepted from February 15th through March 31st, while supplies last. You must pay for the order at the time you submit it in order to secure your species and size of choice. Then, pick up your order in Asheville, NC on Thursday, April 11th between 4 and 7:30 p.m. from The Outpost on Amboy Rd. in Asheville, NC.
Native shrubs and perennials are a vital component of healthy streams and lakes. They help prevent erosion, filter pollution from runoff, and provide food and shelter for wildlife. MountainTrue staff and volunteers spend significant time and resources removing nonnative invasive plants along streams and lake shorelines to protect water quality and ensure that the native vegetation stays healthy.
You will be able to place orders beginning on February 15th!
Plants that are found here inspire a “sense of place” and pride in our mountain communities and promote wise stewardship and conservation of natural resources. For questions related to these or other native and invasive plant species, email Western Region Program Coordinator, Tony Ward.
Pick up your order in Asheville, NC on Thursday, April 11th between 4 and 7:00 p.m. from The Outpost on Amboy Rd. in Asheville, NC.
**MUST pick up on April 11th unless prior arrangements have been made by emailing email@example.com. Early pick-up is not available. Items will not be delivered to The Outpost until the morning of April 11th.