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Native Plant Sale & Workshop

May 14, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm

$15 – $45

Irvine’s Native Plant Sale and Workshop is back!

We’re thrilled to offer a morning of in-person, outdoor, hands-on learning, focused on NATIVE PLANTS.


Presented by the Guilford Garden Club, the SALE will open to the public, beginning promptly at 9AM. Come explore many native varieties and get guidance from the members of the Guilford Garden Club on what will work best for your garden conditions. Over 100 species of native ferns, perennials, and woody plants to choose from. View Plant List Here.

Free Admission & Parking all day.


Whether you want to learn to identify plants, use them to attract birds or bees, solve problem areas in your yard, take the best photography of your gardens, or discover ways to incorporate homegrown herbs to both attract pollinators and make the very best teas…there is a session for you!

Participate in one, two or three sessions, plus take time to shop for native plants to bring home.

  • Learn from professional ecologists and master gardeners – 9 workshops to choose from. Review workshop descriptions and presenter bios.
  • Build your own container garden with native plants.
  • Shop for native plans with expert guidance from the Guilford Garden Club, who will help you select the perfect plants for your yard’s growing conditions.

Preview the workshop schedule HERE to learn more. Pick and mix from the different content strands to plan your ideal morning. Save by registering for 3 sessions and receive an invitation to the exclusive presale event.

Early Bird Price: $15 per workshop or $20 per workshop, if purchased after April 20th

Full Day Pass: $45 includes your choice of 3 workshop sessions, plus receive an invitation to the private presale event.

(There is no fee or registration required for shopping only.)

Registration NOW OPEN – Sign up Today!

Why garden with native plants?

“Restoring native plant habitat is vital to preserving biodiversity. By creating a native plant garden, each patch of habitat becomes part of a collective effort to nurture and sustain the living landscape for birds and other animals.”  – Audubon