Spring Native Plant Sale

Join us on April 26 and 27 for the Spring 2024 native plant sale.


updated plant sale list:

We had a very successful plant sale. Thanks to all who joined! We do have some remaining plants that you can purchase.

The remaining plants can be purchased during our store hours, found here.
Location: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, 17 Pemberton Rd, Southampton, NJ 08088
Look for the plant sale sign. Go to the gift shop/visitor center to make a purchase.

view the Updated plant sale list

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. Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted.

You can visit our gift shop or take a tour of the Rancocas Creek Farm. The 2024 Pinelands Juried Photographic Exhibit will be open for viewing in our beautiful, renovated barn. There will be many opportunities to learn more about actions you can take to protect the Pinelands!

Our 2024 native plant sale will be held in-person and outside at our offices located at 17 Pemberton Rd, Southampton, NJ 08088. 

Friday, April 26, 2024 – PPA Members Only Plant Sale
From 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!

There will be a Rancocas Creek Farm Tour at 4:00 PM on Friday!

Organizations Attending:

  • Pinelands Preservation Alliance
  • 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.
  • Native Plant Society of New Jersey
    The Native Plant Society of New Jersey is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of New Jersey. Founded in 1985, we have over a thousand members across the state, and are organized into county and regional chapters. Our members include gardeners, horticulturists, naturalists, landscape designers, students, and native plant enthusiasts from all walks of life.Their mission is to promote the appreciation, protection, and study of New Jersey’s Native Flora.    
  • Jersey Friendly Yards (Barnegat Bay Partnership)
    JerseyYards.org was developed by the Barnegat Bay Partnership (BBP) with a grant from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. A critical part of the BBP’s efforts involves reducing the “people” pollution carried from yards by stormwater runoff into our waterways. BBP partners have spearheaded numerous initiatives to reduce this type of pollution, from educating about responsible fertilizer use and the benefits of native plants to developing healthy soil standards and installing rain gardens.
  • Rancocas Conservancy
    The Rancocas Conservancy has promoted the preservation and protection of the Rancocas Creek Watershed, through land acquisition and environmental education.  To date over 2000 acres have been preserved within the watershed for open space, recreation, and future generations.
  • Allen Crawford
    Allen will be selling his book, A Wild Promise, which celebrates the Endangered Species Act’s fiftieth anniversary. The book is filled with over 100 illustrations. 
  • Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC)
    ANJEC is to promote local action to protect and restore New Jersey’s natural resources and to ensure healthy communities for today and the future. They will be hosting a Landscape Makeover Table.
  • Rutgers Master Gardeners of New Jersey
    Rutgers Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who assist Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) Cooperative Extension in its mission to deliver horticulture programs and information to the general public.

Saturday, April 27, 2024 – Open to the Public
From: 9:00 am to 12 noon

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

There will be a Rancocas Creek Farm Tour at 10:30 AM on Saturday!

Organizations Attending:

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!

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

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