Spring 2023 Native Plant Sale

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

[NOTE: If we make any updates to this page, we’ll publish a blog post announcing the update. 3/9/2023: 1st availability list added for ONLINE sale. 3/16/2023: 1st list added for LIVE sale. 3/17/2023: note re lagging page refreshes ahead of online sale link tomorrow am. 3/18/2023: store link added. Refresh note removed. 3/18/2023: bullets with online vs live types of inventory added from March 4 post. 3/23/2023: notes added online sale over.]

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 ONLINE sale will include only 3/5-gallon native shrubs, ornamental trees, and shade trees.
  • 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.

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.

THE ONLINE SALE IS OVER. ONLINE Native Plant SaleBegins 7:00 am, March 18 and runs through midnight March 22 (Pickup Saturday, April 1, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm)

  • PRE-SALE ONLY – To download our anticipated ONLINE availability list before the sale opens, please click on this link:

    • The online form will require a valid credit card number to submit your order.
    • If you want to purchase more plants after you’ve completed an order, simply place a new, separate order for the additional plants only.
    • If you need to cancel any or all plants on your order, email us by midnight on March 22 at wilco-chapter@npsot.org.
    • You or your designee must pick up your plant order at our LIVE sale on Saturday, April 1, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Your plants are reserved, marked with your name, set aside, and will be waiting for you.
    • PLEASE NOTE that plants not picked up will be donated to the Round Rock High School Garden Club or used for an NPSOT-Williamson County project.

    LIVE Native Plant Sale Saturday, April 1, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

    • We accept Cash, Check, or Charge.
    • To download our LIVE availability list, please click on this link:
      • March 15 2023-LIVE-plant sale list
      • If the list is updated, we’ll place the new link here on this page, and we’ll publish a blog post to announce that it was updated.
    • You may bring your wagon and any protective covers for your vehicle and plant tie-downs, so the plants don’t roll around in your vehicle. We will provide a secure plant holding area and help you carry and load your plants.
    • Our knowledgeable salespeople will help you find the perfect plant(s). We will have a great selection of locally grown Texas native plants just right for your yard, including unique and hard-to-find native plants that do well in the Williamson County area.
    • Thank you for your patience while we are busy setting up in the morning. In fairness to everyone, no early onsite shopping will be allowed. Additionally, please stay out of the way of our hard-working setup volunteers. We will provide you with excellent service once the sale opens.


    $54 Inch Perennials
    $121 Gallon Perennials
    $126 Inch Hanging Basket
    $171 Gallon Trees
    $303/5 Gallon Shrubs
    $403/5 Gallon Trees

    Come on out and enjoy the day with the NPSOT-Williamson County Chapter. If you have any questions, please email us at wilco-chapter@npsot.org.

    your Native Plant Sale Committee

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    image of plants in pots
    A large variety of native plants will be available. (We won’t have two of the plants in this photo. It’s just an example.)