Annual plant Sale

2023 Spring plant Sale

You will find a vast selection of native, well-adapted, and hard-to-find plants! Master Gardeners will be on-site to answer your questions. Bring your own wagons or carts to load up your purchases!

Saturday, April 29, 2023  9a-2p, or until sell out

Trinity United Methodist Church, 633 Hobson Lane, Denton

The Plant Sale will be held rain or shine!

Native Plants

Native plants are drought-tolerant and naturally conserve our precious water resources. They provide a habitat and food for pollinators and wildlife. Less fertilizer and special pampering are needed to keep them healthy.

Photo of Turks Cap flowers.
Photo of Mexican Mint Marigold plant.

Well-Adapted Plants

Adapted plants have developed special features to improve their chances of survival in North Texas. These adaptations evolve over a long period of time and are passed along to their offspring.

Nectar Plants

Flowering plants that create nectar attract pollinating insects and sometimes other animals, such as birds. Nectar-source plants are essential for beekeeping, as well as in agriculture and horticulture.

Photo of coral honeysuckle plant.
Photo of Peggy Martin rose plant.

No-Fuss Roses

Stunning roses that don’t need pampering. These rose plants require less water, fertilizer, and pesticides to stay healthy and beautiful.

Hard-to-Find Plants

A wide variety of hard-to-find plants suited to growing in North Texas will be available. Find ground covers, herbs, and bedding plants unavailable at big box stores.

Photo of Bears Breeches plant.

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