The Land Conservancy of McHenry County hosts Fall Native Plant Sale

  • Black-eyed Susan is one of the many native plants available during TLC's Fall Sustainability Sale.

    Black-eyed Susan is one of the many native plants available during TLC's Fall Sustainability Sale. Courtesy of Sarah Michehl

 
 
Updated 8/19/2021 12:46 AM

The Land Conservancy of McHenry County has native plants, shrubs and trees for preorder now through Aug. 31 during its Fall Sustainability Sale.

Items are available on TLC's website at store.conservemc.org.

 

The sale offers a variety of locally sourced native plants and shrubs. Oak trees in sizes ranging from one foot to 6½ feet tall are also available to order, supplied by Majestic Oaks Nursery in Spring Grove.

Plants start at $2.60, trees start at $16 and shrubs start at $18 and are listed as appropriate for sun, shade, or wet areas. The sale features some unique and unusual native plants in addition to more common varieties.

Items are available for pickup Sept. 17-18 in Woodstock. Customers will be contacted regarding the pickup location and times. Customers are encouraged to place their orders early since many items sell out quickly.

TLC members receive 10 percent off their orders with a special member code. A portion of the sales from the Fall Sustainability Sale supports TLC's land preservation work in McHenry County.

For more information or advice regarding native plant gardening and restoration, contact Sarah Michehl at smichehl@conservemc.org or call (815) 337-9502.

The Land Conservancy of McHenry County is a member-based, private nonprofit dedicated to preserving natural, scenic and agricultural land.

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