The 3rd Annual BR Spring Plant Sale

Arizona milkweed - Asclepias angustifolia

We will be hosting our annual spring plant sale on Saturday April 23rd, concurrent with Patagonia’s Earthfest celebration.

New this year – we will be hosting the sale at our nurserynot at the Trading Post in town. You can find directions to our nursery by clicking the image below.

Nursery Visit

Thanks to our fabulous partners at Sky Island Alliance and the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, we will have a limited number of butterfly-attracting plants available for FREE to those who visit us for the sale (and a limited number at our Earthfest table at Cady Hall). Please note that there are no bathroom facilities at the nursery site. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We will be selling and giving away only select species. A limited number of milkweeds and other butterfly forage plants will be available for give-away. All other plants will be sold at $6-$10 plus tax.

Baccharis salificfolia – Seepwillow
Asclepias asperula – Antelope horn milkweed
Tecoma stans – Yellow Bells
Rhus microphylla – 
little leaf sumac
Vitis arizonica –
Canyon grape
Salix, various species – 
Native willows
Bouteloua curtipendula –
 side oats gramma
Gaillardia pulchra – 
Indian blanket flower
Celtis reticulata – 
Hackberry
Senna hirsuta –
Hairy Senna
Mimulus cardinalis – 
Cardinal monkeyflower
Mimulus guttatus – 
common monkeyflower
Aquilegia chrysantha – 
Golden columbine
Clematis drummondii – 
Old Man’s Beard
Cissus trifoliata – 
Grape ivy
Asclepias speciosa – 
showy milkweed
Hymenoxys hoopesii –
Owl’s Claws
Ericameria nauseosa – 
Rabbitbush
Anisacanthus thurberi – 
desert honeysuckle
Epilobium canum – 
Native fucshia
Salvia lemmonii – 
Lemmon’s sage
Oenothera elata – 
Evening primrose
Achillea millefolium – 
Yarrow

Can’t make the sale? ask us about ordering plants.

Meet some of these floral beauties and some of our nursery staff below!

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See you at the sale!

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