|23rd Annual Windham County Conservation District's Plant Sale|
Our offerings include plants for their landscape value, conservation value, revegetation value and food value, both for ourselves and our animal friends. We provide mostly native plants for our shrub varieties in an effort to combat the spread of invasives. Our definition of native plants is plants growing in North America prior to European settlement or present in our region for at least 100 years and for which there is no evidence of exotic origin.
This year we have again included a diversity of plants that are used to control erosion along streambanks to assist you in your revegetation efforts. If there is a plant species that is not listed and you would like to obtain it, call the office early so every effort can be made to secure that variety for you.Orders will be taken until April 12th. Order early as supplies of some plants are limited. Pick-up of stock will be from 9 - 12 on Saturday, 27th in the Natural Resources Department at the Trade and Industrial Center (TIC). The District will not be responsible for stock once it is removed from the pick-up site and reserves the right to refund money for stock that becomes unavailable. No refunds will be made on any orders not picked up by the designated date.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 12 February 2013 )|
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