The Coastal Discovery Museum’s popular Native Plant Sale returns this Fall on Saturday, September 23rd from 10am to 1pm. The museum will have over 90 native plant species to cover diverse landscaping needs, from climbing vines to blooming bushes to butterfly-friendly landscaping. Native plants have the advantage of being adapted to the local environment and therefore require little to no care at all. Native plants are also used by local wildlife in a number of ways and are perfect for attracting pollinators. The museum will have the majority of native Lowcountry butterfly host plants, which are used by native butterflies to lay their eggs and raise their larvae, and without which they cannot survive.
Museum volunteers and representatives from the Lowcountry Master Gardeners will be available to explain the value of the different species and answer questions. This is a great opportunity to enhance your garden with plants that require little care and provide important benefits to the environment, all at an affordable price. Please join us for this unique event!
Where: Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Date/Time: Saturday, September 23rd from 10 am to 1 pm Price: One-gallon potted plants $9; three-gallon potted plants $16, CASH OR CHECK ONLY.