Native Wildflower Sale on Sunday

Native Wildflowers – Contributed photo

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to purchase locally grown wildflowers native to San Juan County! The Land Bank is hosting three sales in September featuring native plants produced by The Salish Seeds Project. THIS SUNDAY, September 8, nursery gates will open to the public 12pm to 2pm on San Juan Island.

Sale offerings will include harsh Indian paintbrush, camas bulbs, Canada goldenrod, Henderson’s checkermallow, and many more. Limited quantities on hand. Click here for species descriptions.

Directions to The San Juan Preservation Trust’s Red Mill Farm Nursery: From Friday Harbor, take San Juan Valley Road for about two miles. Turn left (south) onto Valley Farms Road. Take the first driveway on the right at 1/4 mile. Parking will be near nursery, on left.

The Salish Seeds Project is dedicated to restoring native wildflowers and grasses in the San Juan Islands. Plants and seeds are produced at a nursery located at Red Mill Farm in San Juan Valley.  In a fruitful partnership, The San Juan Preservation Trust owns the property and the Land Bank runs the nursery.  For more information, visit https://sjclandbank.org/the-salish-seed-project/ or contact the Land Bank at 360-378-4402. 

Posted on September 7, 2019 at 6:03 am by

Categories: Community, Nature

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