Spring Native Plant Sale

Thank you to those who came out to support our Spring Native Plant Sale! We will see you in Spring 2023 for the next one.


UPDATE April 2022 – Native Plant Resources

Thank you to those who came out to support our Spring Native Plant Sale! This year’s sale was a big success and it was great to see many people passionate about native plants. If you were unable to get plants, or are interested in finding more, please use this reference that lists where you can buy native plants locally.

Get wild with native plants this spring!  Native plants are great for your yard and for wildlife but they can be hard to find.  We can help.  Find plants native to the Pine Barrens and South Jersey at our spring native plant sale.

You can visit our gift shop or take a tour of the Rancocas Creek Farm. There will be tables hosted by local organizations such as Pinelands Adventures, Rancocas Creek Farm, Landscape Makeover Table, Master Gardeners of Burlington County, and the NJ Audubon Society.

There will be many opportunities to learn more about actions you can take to protect the Pinelands!

Our 2022 native plant sale will be held in-person and outside at our offices located 17 Pemberton Rd, Southampton, NJ 08088.  Get directions here.


Click here to view the updated price list for the 2022 Spring Native Plant Sale! Items crossed out are no longer available.

Please note the availability of listed plants can change with short notice due to loss or damage prior to delivery.

Friday, April 22, 2022 – PPA Members Only Plant Sale
Time: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

No plants can be selected by participants or sold before 3:00 p.m.

Current members of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance are invited to attend this special preview plant sale. If you are not a member but want to attend early, please become a member today!

Schedule of events:

  • Gift Shop Open from 3 PM to 6 PM
  • Tour of Rancocas Creek Farm led by Jeff, the RCF Manager at 5 PM

Organizations Attending:

  • Pinelands Adventures
    • Pinelands Adventures (PA) is the premier canoe and kayak livery service in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. PA is a part of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance (PPA). PA offer self-guided paddling trips and overnight trips daily from April through October by reservation. PA also offers naturalist-guided paddling trips, hikes and small group bus tours and special programs for schools and educators featuring Pine Barrens ecology, culture and history.
  • Rancocas Creek Farm
    • Rancocas Creek Farm (RCF) is a project launched by the PPA in 2020 on the 72-acre property that adjoins PPA headquarters in Southampton. RCF has a mission to grow chemical-free food, regenerate the land, promote environmental stewardship, and much more! Learn more about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and how you can be involved here.
  • Landscape Makeover Table
    • This table with showcase the work PPA has done as part of our South Jersey Landscape Makeover and Burlington County Landscape Makeover programs funded in part by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the William Penn Foundation, as well as our residential rain garden rebate program. Information on all the programs will be available at the table, including details on eligibility, scope of projects, and photos of past projects! Come by and see if you are eligible to take part in one of these programs and receive a rebate or even a free rain garden installation.
  • Rutgers Master Gardeners of Burlington County
    • The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Burlington County are trained volunteers who assist the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) Cooperative Extension in its mission to deliver horticulture information, education, and programs to Burlington County. 
    • Lawn and Garden questions can be emailed burlingtonmg@njaes.rutgers.edu

Saturday, April 23, 2022 – Native Plant Sale – Open to the Public
Time: 9:00 am to 12 noon

No plants can be selected by participants or sold before 9:00 a.m.

Schedule of events:

  • Gift Shop Open from 9 AM – 12 PM
  • Tour of Rancocas Creek Farm led by Jeff, the RCF Manager at 10 AM

Organizations Attending:

  • Rancocas Creek Farm
  • Landscape Makeover Table
  • Rutgers Master Gardeners of Burlington County
  • New Jersey Audubon (Kristin Hock)
    • Kristin Hock is the Habitat Outreach Coordinator for New Jersey Audubon, a statewide environmental non-profit focused on habitat preservation and connecting people with nature.  Combining her years working as a wildlife biologist, organic vegetable farmer, and environmental educator, Kristin now teaches NJ residents how to Garden for Wildlife™.  Gardeners can get their outdoor space recognized as a Certified Wildlife Habitat® by offering food, water, cover, and a place to raise young.  During PPA’s native plant sale on Saturday, Kristin will teach visitors why it is important to plant natives, how to attract pollinators and songbirds, and how to be responsible stewards of the land where we live, learn, play, work and worship.  For more information click here.

There are many reasons to go native!
Highbush Blueberry
Buds on a highbush blueberry shrub.

A great way to help preserve our native flora is to plant native vegetation around our homes and businesses. Luckily, New Jersey residents have lots of beautiful and interesting native plants to choose from.

When you landscape with native plants, not only are you likely to save money and resources by using less fertilizer, soil additives, and water, you are also helping to strengthen the complex web of connections linking native species and ecological processes in your local ecosystem.

Ready to start planning your Jersey-Friendly yard? Check out www.jerseyyards.org for planting ideas!

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