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Posted on: January 13, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Native Plants Sale! Taking Pre-Orders Now!

Taking Pre-Orders Until January 23 for Early Spring Pick-Up March 6 & 7. The perfect time to plant bare root plants.

The Pierce Conservation District is featuring 30+ species of plants native to Western Washington as well as plastic tree tubes and spray on repellent to protect the seedlings from deer, rodent, and grass trimmer damage. Species include 6-24 inch conifers such as western red cedar, Douglas fir, and noble fir, 10-12" deciduous trees such as pacific dogwood and pacific madrone, and ground covers such as kinnikinnick, and salal, and a number of favorite wildlife species such as; evergreen huckleberry, mock orange, red flowering currant, and many more.

Prices range from $6.56 - $30.63 per bundle of five to ten plants. All prices include tax.

Order on-line at where you have the option of paying with credit, debit, or have the option of mailing in a check. Or you can download the order form from the website and mail it along with your check. If you cannot print out an order form, you can request one be sent to you by calling the Pierce CD at 253 845-9770 x 106.

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