Sales of our Native Plants Continue!
When: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Where: Bunker Interpretive Center
We will be selling plants remaining from the Native Plant Sale to the general public through the summer. Please contact Julie Wilbourn to arrange a time to stop by.
Native plants are flowers, grasses, trees and shrubs that have inhabited Michigan since before European settlement. Each year, we collect native seeds from West Michigan and propogate them in our greenhouses. The Native Plant Sale features more than 75 rare, unusual, and favorite varieties of native wildflowers, shrubs, and grasses for all growing conditions, including drought-tolerant, rain garden, and shade species.
Additional species information and photos:
(NOTE: not all plants in the master lists below are available at this year's sale)
Prairie Plants (100s)
Shade Plants (200s)
Rain Plants (300s)
ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY by scientific name:
West Michigan Butterfly Nectar and Host Plant List
Native Plant Resource List
Proceeds benefit the Preserve's educational programs and enable us to offer them for free or for a reasonable fee. Thank you for your support!