Spring Plant Sale
The plant sale is held every spring and features a variety of quality plants at good prices - shade trees, fruit trees, berry bushes, wildlife plants, and flowering plants. This is an annual fundraiser that supports local conservation activities throughout the year, including public workshops, school education programs, and projects. All of the plants offered are hardy, healthy, and adapted to our growing conditions.
If you are in need of bulk orders of plants for conservation work throughout the year, please contact us. The best time to order these plants is in late fall/winter. We will do what we can to help you out.
Plant ordering and payment is online this year!
We are taking credit card payments now.
The online store is open.
Order Deadline is March 2, 2022.
We will still accept paper copy orders from those without internet access. We will also take orders over the phone. We still accept checks for payment. Contact us if you would like a catalog and order form mailed to you. Otherwise, please order through our ONLINE STORE.
Orders need to be in by the deadline, payment can follow in the mail.
Please read the following Terms and Conditions of Sale before ordering plants.
Thank you for supporting conservation of natural resources in Sullivan County. If you would like to volunteer to help out during plant sorting & packaging week, please contact us.
Plants are not shipped.
Customers pick them up in Unity, NH end of April.
~~~~Terms and Conditions of Sale ~~~~
The ORDER DEADLINE is Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Orders received after this date will be filled if stock is available. The PICK-UP DAYS will be Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 2022 at Sullivan County’s Ahern Building Garages in Unity, NH. You will be notified 2 weeks before pick-up week which day your order will be ready to pick-up.
Most of the plants are bare root and transplants. Transplants are seedlings that have been moved from their original seedbed to a new bed or pot. They are larger than seedling plants and have established root systems. We are offering potted plants and some plugs this year too.
There are no refunds for orders that are not picked up. The District isn’t responsible for stock once it is removed from the pick up point and reserves the right to refund money for plants that become unavailable. Any honored claims will be through replacement stock to be supplied as soon as possible, dependent on availability. We have limited inventory and once the inventory is sold, we will not be ordering more.
When choosing plants, always consider your site conditions. Plants differ in their requirements for soil type, drainage, available sunlight, growing space and soil pH. For example, apple trees need a sweet soil (high pH), but blueberries require the opposite (an acid soil with low pH).
Planting and care information is available here. Feel free to give us a call with questions. Please call Dawn, 603.504.1004 or email email@example.com. If you don't find what you are looking for through our plant sale, let us know. We are usually able to direct you to a supplier or another plant sale.