Annual native plant sale: Sunday, May 5.
Online ordering begins April 1. Pre-sale pickup begins May 3.Buy plants now during our pre-sale View our flyer
Like to spend time in the garden and get your hands dirty? Join us for Marian University's annual native plant sale, sponsored by the Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab.
Make shopping at Marian for native plants part of your annual gardening plan! All plants are of the native Indiana genotype, which helps ensure their success in Indiana gardens and restored habitats.
- WHEN: Sunday, May 5, 2019 from noon to 5 p.m.
- WHERE: Between Marian Hall and the Paul J. Norman Center across from Allison Mansion on the northeast side of campus.
- WHAT: Complete details are posted on our events calendar.
Can't make it to the sale? No worries! Order online and pick-up your plants before the sale. Online ordering begins April 1 and continues through April. Early pickup begins Friday, May 3.
Our plants come from Spence Restoration Nursery in Muncie, IN. Spence is a reputable company specializing in native plant propagation. Visit their website for a wealth of information about restoration and native plant installation. You'll also find lots of information about the native plants they sell and their environmental specifications. Check out their video section with lots of other "how-to" examples.
A wide variety of flowers and grasses is available.
This year, we are selling almost 30 different species of plants native to Indiana, including flowers, grasses, and sedges, all of which are perennial. Plants come in 2.375" by 3.75" open-bottom pots. While they are not large, many of the species will bloom this year if planted in the proper location. Once established, they will provide years of blooms and habitat for you and native Indiana wildlife. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions.
While our order for this year is already set, let us know if you'd like for us to order specific species of plants that you are interested in purchasing next year.
Contact Stephanie Schuck, outdoor education and restoration coordinator, at email@example.com with questions or comments. Visit the Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab web pages and check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Want to know more about native plants? Here are some resources on where to get them, the many benefits of using them, how to install them, and long-term maintenance tips:
Here are resources on how you can make your yard more wildlife-friendly and why it is important: