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Earth Day Native Plant Sale

PPA holds a native plant sale every April. Plants native to the Pine Barrens and South Jersey are offered for sale.

The 2018 Earth Day Native Plant Sale will be held on April 20th and April 21st.

You can also purchase certified organic vegetables and herbs through Pinelands Adventures and pick up your order and the PPA Native Plant Sale.

This fundraiser helps subsidize educational programs for underserved communities. Plants are available by pre-order only and must be ordered by February 28, 2018. See the bottom on this page for more information.

Image of Buds on a highbush blueberry shrub.[+ ZOOM] Buds on a highbush blueberry shrub. © Anita Gould

A great way to help preserve our native flora -- and our environment in general -- 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.

Plant the Pinelands in your garden this spring!


Our native plant sale takes place on the grounds of our offices in Southampton. You can find our address and directions here.

Plants include:

  • Trees like Sweetbay Magnolia, Persimmon, and Flowering Dogwood
  • Shrubs like Beach Plum, Spicebush, and Highbush Blueberry
  • Wildflowers like Boneset, Cardinal Flower, and Eastern Columbine
  • Vines like Virginia Creeper
  • Wetland plants like Sweetpepper bush, and Blueflag Iris



Image of Native plant sale at PPA's headquarters and Pinelands Visitor's Center.[+ ZOOM] Native plant sale at PPA's headquarters and Pinelands Visitor's Center. © PPA

Pricing: Prices range from $2.50 for plugs, and up to $18.00 for larger trees and shrubs.

Time: Saturday, April 21st, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Pinelands Visitor Center will be open. Enter our free drawing for a PPA Prize Pack!

Activities: Browse native plant gardens, PPA merchandise, and educational displays at PPA's visitor center.

Ask the Expert: Stop by the tables for the Native Plant Society of New Jersey , the Master Gardeners of Burlington County or the Pollination Station with your plant questions. We are so glad they can join us on Saturday.

MEMBER BENEFIT: The plant sale is open early to PPA members only on Friday, April 20th from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. You must be a member to purchase plants on Friday. This early plant sale is a great membership perk - Become a member today!

Proceeds go towards furthering PPA's mission to protect and preserve the Pinelands. Plants are supplied by Pinelands Nursery, New Moon Nursery, Wild Ridge Plants, and Earth First Nursery. We greatly appreciate their support!

For directions to PPA, click here.


Find out what plants to use in your yard with our plant habitat list here.

Learn more about landscaping with NJ natives at


Pinelands Adventures is proud to announce our Second Annual Certified Organic Vegetable and Herb Plant Sale. Proceeds will support Pinelands Adventures Educational Programs helping to subsidize trips for underserved communities. Order today and pickup at Native Plant Sale on April 20 & 21, 2018.

Check out all of the varieties of Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplants and Herbs!

All plants are tried and true varieties grown to order especially for you. They are ready to plant in a deep, 3" single pot by a Certified Organic Farmer with 25 years of experience propagating vegetable and herb plants. The cost per plant is $3.99 each.

Plants are available by pre-order only! Orders must be submitted by February 28, 2018. Click to order or call 609-268-0189.

Orders must be picked up at PPA during Native Plant Sale hours:

  • Friday, April 20, 2017 from 3 - 6pm
  • Saturday, April 21, 2017 from 11am - 2pm

You can see the list of varieties at

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