The 2022 Native Plant Sale is back and pre-sale ordering is highly suggested. The Order Forms are available for printing at the Friends’ website (dunefriends.org) or from a link on our Facebook page. Paper copies of the 26th Annual Native Plant Sale Order Form are available at the State Park Office and Nature Center as well as at the Indiana Dunes National Park and Indiana Dunes Tourism Visitor Center. Have questions or need assistance, please contact the Friends’ Chair, Angel Gochee-Goins, by calling 219-707-3617 or emailing email@example.com.
There is a limited quantity of each plant variety available from our supplier and plant orders are filled in the sequence in which they are received. Please submit your Order Form as early as possible. Orders must be paid in full when submitted. The deadline for submitting a completed Native Plant Sale Order Form is April 9, 2022.
Orders will be ready for curbside pick-up on Saturday, April 23rd with Pre-sales Pick ups available on Friday, April 22nd from 4-6pm. Pick-up of your Native Plant Sale Order will be at the Friends’ Office located on the northwest corner of Mineral Springs and Oak Hill Roads in Porter, Indiana (GPS coordinates 41.629814 – 87.087099). Refunds will be made for plants not available due to crop failure or sell out.
The 26th Annual Friends of Indiana Dunes’ Native Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The sale will be held at the Friends’ Office located at 1000 W. Oak Hill Road in Porter, IN (northwest corner of Mineral Springs and Oak Hill Roads with GPS coordinates 41.629814 – 87.087099). The 26th Annual Native Plant Sale consists of more than 80 plant species, including large selections of woodland flowering plants and ferns; dry, medium, and wet prairie flowering plants; as well as grasses, shrubs, and trees. All varieties come in pots and most species are native to Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties. Combining native plants into your landscape will increase its beauty and attract more native pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds to your property.
All Native Plant Sale profits will support the mission of the Friends of Indiana Dunes which is to enhance and foster understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the dunes through financial and volunteer support. Indiana Dunes National Park, Indiana Dunes State Park and Dunes Learning Center are the beneficiaries of our support.
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