THE BEST SELECTION OF PERENNIALS, VEGETABLES, HERBS, AND MORE.
40th Annual Plant Sale
Saturday, May 7 | 9:30AM - 1PM | Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
The Annual Plant Sale Day began as a fundraiser in 1982 by a group of volunteers known as the Friends of the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. To this day, volunteers and staff organize a beautiful selection of plant options, promote native landscaping, and organize fun activities. The plant sale continues to raise funds for the Nature Center and unites the community as friends.
ONLINE PLANT SALE
Order plants online March 21 - April 9 or until sold out. Place your orders early for home delivery (20-mile radius) May 4 & 5. Minimum order for delivery: $35 member; $50 non-member.
PLANT SALE CATALOG
Plant sale offerings may differ slightly from catalog based on crop yields. Please see online store for inventory and availability.
40TH ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
Saturday, May 7 | 9:30 AM–1 PM
Member Preview | 8:30-9:30am
Welcome spring with the 40th Annual Plant Sale at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes featuring an ever-growing variety of hard-to-find native plants, perennials, herbs, vegetables and annuals hand-selected by a local team of experienced gardeners. Experts will be available throughout the day offering selection guidance.
Parking is available on nearby streets and curbside assistance with purchases is provided.
We invite Nature Center members to join Plant Sale Day ahead of the crowd. Grab a complimentary cup of coffee and a pastry from The Stone Oven while you enjoy the first pick of sought-after offerings. Mingle with fellow garden enthusiasts and get planting advice from our knowledgeable staff and volunteers.
Not a current member? Contact Rosalind Soltow, Membership & Development Operations Manager at (216) 321-5935, ext. 246, or email@example.com.
LECTURE SERIES: BRINGING NATURE HOME
presented by Independent Tree
JOIN OUR SERIES OF FREE EDUCATIONAL, VIRTUAL CLASSES
Not sure what you should plant where? Want to know the best native plants to choose? Have weeds to battle?
Watch free lectures about ecological gardening inspired by Douglas Talamy's book, "Bringing Nature Home.” You'll learn strategies for plant selection, garden design, and more as you discover why native plants are beneficial for our garden habitats and what to do with the invasives that threaten them.