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Aligning your garden and landscaping to be beneficial to butterflies, pollinators and songbirds is a great way to help support a healthy environment. Few things are as interesting and wonderful as butterflies and hummingbirds enjoying a vibrant and beautiful garden.

On May 15, 16 and 17, the Institute will hold its fifth annual native perennial plant sale. We have selected a beautiful array of plants that will bloom throughout the season and provide all the various food resources that butterflies, songbirds, hummingbirds, and other pollinators need to thrive.

This year, COVID-19 presents us all with unique challenges, but we are working to address them so that we can get your plants to you safely and responsibly. You can place your plant order entirely online, which is a great way to ensure that you have everything you need to get your gardens in tip-top shape for the season and provide some joy to the home-bound. We are also developing special plans for safe curbside pickup, as well as other strategies to allow for responsible sale management and safe delivery of your plants. 

Native Landscapes

Read about the Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Gardens and the Wildflower Meadow.

To Order:

Orders must be pre-paid by cash, credit card, or check made payable to The Wetlands Institute by or before May 8, 2020. Advance order forms are available online at wetlandsinstitute.org/native-plants and may be dropped off or mailed to The Wetlands Institute (1075 Stone Harbor Blvd, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247).

Plants come in 1 quart or 1 gallon pot sizes (depending on species). Some plants listed may be unavailable due to losses during the growing season. Also quantities of some species may be limited. Plants will be available on a first come, first served basis. If we cannot fill your order, we will recommend substitutions or offer a refund.

All native plants are nursery grown and are adapted to our area and provide food in the form of seeds, leaves, pollen, and, nectar that best meet the needs of hummingbirds, songbirds, butterflies, bees, and other pollinators.