Programs > 2013 Native Bareroot Plant Sale
The King Conservation District offers a variety of native trees and shrubs for conservation purposes such as wildlife habitat, windbreaks, hedgerows, reforestation and stream enhancement. The plants are bareroot stock which means they do not come in pots or burlap bags, but are harvested from the field in winter when the plants are dormant and ready to be replanted. Bareroot plants are affordable, hardy, have well-developed roots, are easy to handle, transport and plant.
Walk-up Sale & Pre-order Pick-up Dates:
March 1, 9 am – 4 pm
March 2, 9 am – 2 pm
King Conservation District (west parking lot)
1107 SW Grady Way
Renton, WA 98057
Payment: Cash, Visa, Mastercard
Click here to download a list of plant descriptions. Please note: Some plants on this list may not be available at the walk up sale.
Important Notice: Due to the fragile nature of bareroot plants, orders not picked up on the specified dates will be donated to local non-profits for restoration projects on March 8, 2013. There are no refunds for plant orders not picked up.
Survivability: Generally mortality should be no more than 20 percent. There are no refunds or exchanges for plants that do not survive.
For more information, contact Jacobus Saperstein by phone at (425) 282-1912 or by email at Jacobus Saperstein.
Need tips on planting your bareroot plants? Check out our bareroot planting fact sheet by clicking here.
For a list of local nurseries that carry native plants, click here.
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