Even though it is still snowing, it’s not too early to plan for spring. This year, Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District has its largest offering ever: 167 varieties, 36 of them brand new – 59 bareroot fruit trees and berries; 65 bareroot trees and shrubs (including some hard-to-find natives); 43 organically grown, potted perennials and 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 education programs. The trees, shrubs, and perennials are mostly native and always noninvasive. Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District is proud that its 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.
Go to knox-lincoln.org/plant-sale-catalog to view plant images and descriptions, and care and maintenance fact sheets. Place an order online with a credit card or download an order form to send in with a check. And sign up to receive a copy of the paper catalog (delayed by a concussion), which this year is being professionally printed and will be out ASAP.
Preorder deadline for the spring plant sale is April 25 for pickup at the cash/check/credit-and-carry-sale on May 5 and 6 at Union Fairgrounds. Order early for best selection. Learn more at knox-lincoln.org/spring-plant-sale, or call 596-2040 or email email@example.com.