Plant Sales in Montgomery Parks, just in time for Earth Month!
Locust Grove Nature Center, Maydale Nature Classroom and Friends of Black Hill Nature Programs in Montgomery Parks will be hosting Native Plant Sales in the month of April. Growing native plants encourages beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife in your community. Support your backyard ecosystem by purchasing plants during these fundraising events benefiting Locust Grove Nature Center, Maydale Nature Classroom and Black Hill Nature Programs. See all your options below!
Locust Grove Nature Center Online Native Plant Sale
Pre-order Plant inventory lists available online on April 1.
• Call in dates for pre-orders: 10 am-4 pm on April 11, 15, 18, 25
• Pre-Order Pickups: 12-7 pm on May 5, directly from our nursery in Gaithersburg (no on-site sales)
In-Person Native Plant Sale:
May 8th (Sat) and 9th (Sun) 10am-2pm each day at Locust Grove Nature Center in Bethesda, MD
Locust Grove Nature Center | 7777 Democracy Boulevard | Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Maydale Nature Classroom Online Native Plant Sale
Online sale of native plants begins April 12.
• Online sales begin April 12
• Pickup date Saturday, April, 24th between 10am and 2pm. You will be required to reserve a time to pick up your plants.
ONLINE SALES ONLY. For questions please call 301-962-1496.
Maydale Nature Classroom | 1638 Maydale Drive | Colesville, MD 20905
Friends of Black Hill Nature Programs Online Native Plant Sale
Online sale of native plants begins April 29 for FOBH members and April 30 for the general public.
• Plants will be available online for sale to members of Friends of Black Hill Nature ONLY on April 29
• Plants will be available for purchase online for the general public April 30-May 2
• Plant pickup will be May 5-8 at Black Hill Regional Park. Reservations for plant pickup are required.
ONLINE SALES ONLY.
Black Hill Nature Programs | 20926 Lake Ridge Drive | Boyds, Maryland 20841
If you are not yet a member of Friends of Black Hill Nature or have not renewed your membership for 2021, please click here to do so!
Promoting, supporting, and sustaining the nature programs and special events at the Black Hill Regional Park in Boyds, MD.