California Native Plant Society
San Gabriel Mountains Chapter

Annual plant sale

For many years our chapter has conducted an annual sale of native plants suitable for gardens in our area. If you are new to native gardening, see also our New to Natives page and our Plant Sources page.

Plant Sale

Interested in being a plant sale helper? . . . click here

Saturday, November 5, 2016, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, CA

Plant sale 2013

A good variety of reasonably priced California native plants and wildflower seeds appropriate for gardens in the Los Angeles basin will be available, including plants for attracting birds and butterflies to your home garden. Knowledgeable chapter members will be on hand to answer questions.

We obtain our plants from high-quality local nurseries specializing in native plants.

If you would like to be a volunteer helper for the plant sale, see the helper section below.

To download a POSTER/FLIER for the 2016 plant sale (letter size), click here or the image at the left (pdf, 260 KB).

Approximately 1,900 plants for sale!

To download a preview of the PLANT LIST, click here or click the image at the left (350 KB).

Printed copies of the plant list will be available at the plant sale.

Would you like to be a helper at the plant sale? . . . please read on

Unloading plants for
the 2012 plant sale

It takes a lot of people to make the plant sale work as successfully as it has in recent years. Volunteers, members or non-members, are welcome. If you can help, even for only a few hours, please send us a message via our Contact Us page. Helpers are needed in the following ways:
- Prior to the sale time:



Catalog preparation and copying

- Friday (the day before the sale):

Unload plants

Arrange plants on the Nature Center patio

- Saturday (the sale day): A variety of activities throughout the day

Early morning setup

Assist customers with plant information

Write up plant purchase slips

Coordinate sale of T-shirts, books, CDs

Staff the CNPS information and membership table

Assist the cashiers

Haul purchased plants to customers’ cars

Provide food for the volunteer team

Clean up at the end of the day

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