Come and join us for the Coastal Discovery Museum annual Native Plant Sale on Saturday September 18th from 10 am to 1 pm. The sale will take place in front of the Discovery Lab at the Coastal Discovery Museum Honey Horn grounds. Over 90 species of native plants will be available.

The Lowcountry has a wide variety of plants adapted to our environment. These native plants have great advantages, like requiring little care and providing great benefits to the local wildlife, which use their fruits, nectar, or foliage. By planting these varieties, you are helping us live in harmony with our environment. Whether you are looking for plants to attract hummingbirds, or host plants to encourage the population of native butterflies in your garden, the Coastal Discovery Museum Native Plant Sale have what you need. Local Master Gardeners at the sale can provide advice and help you find the right plants. All plants at the sale have labels with information on their growth conditions and unique natural role - whether they are used by native butterflies, bees, or provide food for birds. Azaleas, coneflowers, honey suckle, passion flowers, milkweeds and many other plants are available at the sale.

All one gallon potted plants at the sale are sold at $8 while 3 gallon potted plants are sold at $16.

If interested on pre-ordering ten or more plants of a particular species, please contact the museum’s Manager of Natural History; Carlos Chacon at cchacon@coastaldiscovery.org

For a complete list of the plants available at the sale click here.

Come and join us for the Coastal Discovery Museum annual Native Plant Sale on Saturday September 18th from 10 am to 1 pm. The sale will take place in front of the Discovery Lab at the Coastal Discovery Museum Honey Horn grounds. Over 90 species of native plants will be available.

The Lowcountry has a wide variety of plants adapted to our environment. These native plants have great advantages, like requiring little care and providing great benefits to the local wildlife, which use their fruits, nectar, or foliage. By planting these varieties, you are helping us live in harmony with our environment. Whether you are looking for plants to attract hummingbirds, or host plants to encourage the population of native butterflies in your garden, the Coastal Discovery Museum Native Plant Sale have what you need. Local Master Gardeners at the sale can provide advice and help you find the right plants. All plants at the sale have labels with information on their growth conditions and unique natural role - whether they are used by native butterflies, bees, or provide food for birds. Azaleas, coneflowers, honey suckle, passion flowers, milkweeds and many other plants are available at the sale.

All one gallon potted plants at the sale are sold at $8 while 3 gallon potted plants are sold at $16.

If interested on pre-ordering ten or more plants of a particular species, please contact the museum’s Manager of Natural History; Carlos Chacon at cchacon@coastaldiscovery.org

For a complete list of the plants available at the sale click here.

WHAT:

Annual Native Plant Sale

WHEN:

Saturday September 18th, 2021
10 am - 1 pm

WHERE:

In front of the Discovery Lab
at the Coastal Discovery Museum

HOW:

No reservations needed. Pre-orders available for bulk orders - chacon@coastaldiscovery.org

WHAT:

Annual Native Plant Sale

WHEN:

Saturday September 18th 2021
10 am - 1 pm

WHERE:

In front of the Discovery Lab
at the Coastal Discovery Museum

HOW:

No reservations needed. Pre-orders available for bulk orders - chacon@coastaldiscovery.org

BROOMSEDGE
Andropogon Virginicus

Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Foliage: Deciduous
Height: 2-3 feet
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: September-November
Sun Exposure: Sun - Part Sun
Soil Conditions: Dry to Moist
Spacing: 1.5 feet on center
Culture: Cut down in Spring
Wildlife: Seeds eaten by sparrows, junco

BROOMSEDGE
Andropogon Virginicus

Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Foliage: Deciduous
Height: 2-3 feet
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: September-November
Sun Exposure: Sun - Part Sun
Soil Conditions: Dry to Moist
Spacing: 1.5 feet on center
Culture: Cut down in Spring
Wildlife: Seeds eaten by sparrows, junco

WOODLAND BLUESTAR
Ansonia Tabernaemontana

Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennial
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Foliage: Deciduous
Height: 1-2 feet
Bloom Color: Blue
Bloom Time: March - May
Sun Exposure: Part Shade
Soil Conditions: Moist
Spacing: 1 foot to center
Culture: Cut back after flowering

WOODLAND BLUESTAR
Ansonia Tabernaemontana

Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennial
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Foliage: Deciduous
Height: 1-2 feet
Bloom Color: Blue
Bloom Time: March - May
Sun Exposure: Part Shade
Soil Conditions: Moist
Spacing: 1 foot to center
Culture: Cut back after flowering

BLUESTAR
Amsonia Tabernaemontana

Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennial
Foliage: Evergreen
Height: 2 to 3 feet
Bloom Color: Blue
Bloom Time: May
Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial Shade
Soil Conditions: Dry
Spacing: 1.5 to 2 feet
Wildlife: Attractive to butterflies and bees

BLUESTAR
Amsonia Tabernaemontana

Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennial
Foliage: Evergreen
Height: 2 to 3 feet
Bloom Color: Blue
Bloom Time: May
Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial Shade
Soil Conditions: Dry
Spacing: 1.5 to 2 feet
Wildlife: Attractive to butterflies and bees

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