Annual Native Plant Sale June 5-6, 2020

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At Pocono Township Fire Company’s
“carnival building” on Route 611, Tannersville, Pa.

At Friday’s preview sale, members get first pick of the plants
plus a 10% discount. The membership discount also applies at Saturday’s sale. Join at the sale, or ONLINE HERE.)

Our plant experts will be on hand to offer advice on what’s best for your garden, and how you can use native plants to make gardening easier on you and the environment.

Penn State Master Gardeners will be there to answer your gardening questions.

Native plants need less fertilizer, use fewer pesticides, and they help insects pollinate. Because they don’t need as much water, these non-invasive plants help protect streams and wells, too.

In many ways, the plants’ natural adaptability to your garden means less work and expense for you!

Would you like to sponsor the 2020 Native Plant Sale? Show the public that your business cares about the local environment. Click here for details and benefits.

Plant Native

We all know that native plants are the best garden choice — for lots of reasons, but especially for supporting pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

Read more about the advantages of native plants  HERE

Get the best selection and prices for native plants at the BWA ANNUAL NATIVE PLANT SALE.

Click here for the 2020 Perennial Order .

Start planning your native garden now.

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ATTACK INVASIVE PLANTS

Invasive, non-native plants crowd out the native plants that indigenous creatures rely on for food, breeding and nesting, shelter, shade and more. Some invasives are quite beautiful – but they throw nature’s balance out of kilter. Local streams have been particularly hard hit.The invaders, including Japanese Knotweed, multiflora rose, barberry and Purple Loosestrife, move quickly and can completely dominate a stream within just a few seasons. Read more.

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Learn how to participate in our Environmental Partners Program here.