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Fall California Native Plant Sale

  • Balboa Park 1600 Village Place San Diego, CA, 92101 United States (map)

Photo: Judie Lincer

This event is held during the perfect planting season for those starting or supplementing a California native garden. There will be California native plants of just about every description from grasses to trees and shrubs, perennials to annuals, and even some succulents and ferns. 

California native plants are optimal for saving water; attracting native birds, bees and butterflies; and preserving San Diego’s natural heritage.

The sale will be held in the Balboa Park’s Theater Courtyard between the Casa Del Prado Theater and Casa Del Prado and across from the West entrance of the San Diego Natural History Museum. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted.

Photo: Chris Hendrickson

Photo: Chris Hendrickson

·            300+ different species of California native plants: trees, shrubs & perennials

·            100+ different species of California native seeds and bulbs

·            Books, posters and merchandise for sale

·            Members receive discount on all plants purchased

·            Two presentations on native plant basics beginning at 12pm

·   Curbside loading with careful assistance

·            Ask Me experts to answer your questions

·   Secure holding area provided

Proceeds support CNPS-SD, a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of native CA flora and the crucial habitat it provides for wildlife & people!

Photo: Chris Hendrickson


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PLANT PRE-ORDERS

Orders taken now through September 10 at midnight for easy pickup on October 11 or 12.

Get the plants you want. 150 additional species available for preorder.


CLICK TO PRE-ORDER NOW


Here are some lists of plants available at the upcoming plant sale to aid you in selection.


Photo: Judie Lincer

Photo: Chris Hendrickson

Photo: Chris Hendrickson

For questions, please email: plantsale@cnpssd.org

Download flyer HERE

Earlier Event: October 9
Garden Committee Meeting