NPSOT-Williamson County Spring 2023 Native Plant Sale (LIVE and ONLINE!)

  • [3/9/2023: updated to show ONLINE sale’s first list available]
  • [3/16/2023: updated for LIVE sale’s first list.]
  • [3/18/2023: ONLINE store link added]
  • [3/23/2023: added note online sale is over]

— by Randy Pensabene

Announcing the NPSOT-Williamson County Chapter’s Spring Native Plant Sale. Our fabulous native plant sale will be both LIVE and ONLINE! The LIVE in-person sale, and the plant pickup for the ONLINE sale, will be Saturday, April 1, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, at Williamson County’s Champion Park group pavilions, 3830 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park, TX 78613. It is free and open to the public, with no park fees.

The LIVE sale will include everything we usually offer in the spring: a vast array of large and small native flowers, grasses, groundcovers, vines, shrubs, ornamental trees, and shade trees. The ONLINE sale will include only 3/5-gallon native shrubs, ornamental trees, and shade trees.

We will bring a few extra 3/5-gallon plants to the LIVE sale, but to be sure you get what you want, please reserve your big plants through the ONLINE Native Plant Sale and pick them up at the LIVE Native Plant Sale. Ordering your large container plants through the ONLINE sale ensures that we bring what you want, and that your plants are reserved and waiting for you.

As the sale date gets nearer, we will provide plant lists for what we will have for each sale. The links to the online store and the live plant sale list are below. If we update either list before the sale, we’ll update this blog post and publish a new blog post to alert subscribers. Updated lists will have the new date in the upper left on page 2.

  • NEW 3/23. THE ONLINE SALE IS OVER. ONLINE Native Plant SaleBegins the morning of March 18 and runs through midnight March 22 (Pickup Saturday, April 1, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm).

IMPORTANT: See our page Spring 2023 Native Plant Sale for important details about both the LIVE and ONLINE sales. All information about both sales will be found on that page, including important dates and instructions that are not in this blog post. Click this link to read the entire page of information.  

We’ll update this post if we update any information in the sale page, and we’ll publish a new blog post to alert subscribers. (If you would like to subscribe, go to Get News)

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