Native Plant Sales & Educational Resources

Each year, Kent Conservation District hosts four native plant sales to support your conservation efforts. Pre-order your plants online or shop in person at one of our browse n’ buy events.

  • Fall Browse n’ Buy (Wildflowers, Grasses, & Potted Shrubs) on September 23rd 10-3pm.
  • Fall Bareroot Seedlings (Trees and Shrubs) is October 28th with pre-order online during September (orders due by October 10th) and Browse n’ Buy on pick up date.
  • Spring Bareroot Seedling Sale (Trees and Shrubs) with pre-order online from late Feb to March and Browse n’ Buy on pick-up date usually April 22: Earth Day.
  • Spring Native Plant Sale & Browse n’ Buy (Wildflowers, Grasses, Garden Kits, & Potted Shrubs) by May 5th with pre-order online from February to April and Browse n’ Buy on pick in May.

Thank you for your support of these important conservation fundraisers. 

Current Sales

Fall Bare Root Seedlings (Trees and Shrubs)
Order Pick-Up Date & Time: Saturday, April 27, 2024 10 am to 3 pm

Seedlings (6-24 inches tall) are available in bundles of 5, 10, 25, and more (up to 1,000) of each species. All seedlings are bare root, which means there is no soil surrounding the roots when you receive them and are ready to go in the ground as soon as you pick them up. Pre- order sales are now closed. 

A limited amount of extra stock may be available for sale during pickup days. Extra stock is sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Bring boxes or wagon to carry your plants in and coverings to protect your car.

Pickup Location: 3200 Eagle Park Drive NE, Grand Rapids. KCD parking lot, corner of Leonard & Beltline (just north of Meijer Gardens). There is plenty of parking as it is a very large office complex.

Homegrown National Park Movement
KCD is a supporter of the Homegrown National Park Movement. We invite you to learn more about this grassroots call-to-action to restore biodiversity and ecosystem function by planting native plants and creating new ecological networks. Join the movement by registering your native plant garden.