Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water releases online plant sale catalog
It's that time of year again! Even though it is still snowing, it's not too early to plan for spring. This year we have our largest offering ever: 167 varieties, 36 of them brand new – 59 bareroot fruit trees & berries; 65 bareroot trees & shrubs (including some hard-to-find natives); 43 organically grown, potted perennials & herbs – with a few more still to be added.
Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District strives to provide the community with high quality, bareroot plants and potted perennials at a reasonable price, and at the same time raise funds for our education programs. The trees, shrubs, and perennials are mostly native and always non-invasive. We are proud that our selections are excellent for home orchards and gardens, windbreaks, soil stabilization, and shoreline buffers – as well as ornamental plantings. And, they are great choices for pollinators, beneficial insects, and other wildlife.
Head on over to www.knox-lincoln.org/plant-sale-catalog to view plant images & descriptions and care & maintenance fact sheets. Place an order online with a credit card or download an order form to send in with a check. Additionally, you can sign up to receive a copy of our paper catalog (delayed by a concussion), which is being professionally printed and will be out as soon as possible.
The pre-order deadline for the Spring Plant Sale is April 25 for pick-up at the cash/check/credit-&-carry-sale on May 5 & 6 at Union Fairgrounds. Order early for best selection! Questions? Visit www.knox-lincoln.org/spring-plant-sale, call (207) 596-2040, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy spring dreaming!