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Native Plant Sale: 10am – 3pm, October 12-13, 2019

October 2, 2019

Here’s a message from the local chapter of the California Native Plant Society

Native plants feed native insects which feed native birds.
No food, no insects, no birds.
A native oak can feed 500 native insect species where an African or
Australian tree will support only three species.

Native Plant Celebration & Symposium, Wildflower Show & Plant Sale

Saturday-Sunday, October 12-13, 2019 – 10 am – 3 pm
Sepulveda Garden Center
16633 Magnolia Blvd., Encino, CA 91436

Member Pre-Sale at 9:30 am -10 am Saturday only
All CNPS members get 10% off plants & books*
*CNPS members must show CNPS ID card or a
recent Toyon with their address label to receive discounts

Website: Los Angeles/Santa Monica Mtns. Chapter of California Native Plant Society

We will continue with our expanded selection this year – with a focus on species that can survive in our hot and dry climate – there is a plant that can fill your garden’s needs. Many native plants can survive quite well with natural rainfall once they get established. ltems for sale include perennial wild flowers, irises, mints, sages, berries, hummingbird and butterfly plants, shrubs, perennials, and trees. A diverse selection of wildflower seeds will be available for purchase. Also for sale are new and used natural history and native gardening books, activity books for children, field guides, and posters. Refreshment s and lunch will be available for purchase.

During the sale, experienced CNPSers can assist you in selecting plants that are suitable for your garden! Proceeds from the plant sale help support the activities of the Los Angeles / Santa Monica Mountains chapter of CNPS.

Native insects and birds love native plants (Roxie Seider 10-29-16)

[Chuck Almdale]

 

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