New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center’s Native Plant Sale and Spring Craft Fair this weekend

Tiger Swallowtail on Common Milkweed

Tiger Swallowtail on Common Milkweed Courtesy of Diane De Luca

Wild Bergamot blooms

Wild Bergamot blooms Courtesy of Diane De Luca

Great Spangled Fritillary on Purple Coneflower

Great Spangled Fritillary on Purple Coneflower Courtesy of Diane De Luca

Published: 05-28-2024 2:13 PM

Modified: 05-28-2024 3:21 PM


Join the New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center for their Native Plant Sale and Spring Craft Fair on Sunday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Stock up on pollinator safe, native plants and shrubs that support our native pollinators and wildlife while also supporting local artisans by shopping their quality, handmade crafts.

Bagley Pond Perennials and Fassett Farm Nursery will be here with a wide selection of native plants and shrubs for purchase.

Bagley Pond is a native perennial farm that follows organic practices. Their goal is to provide home gardeners with pollinator-safe, native plants and shrubs to support our native pollinators and wildlife. Bagley Pond also sells garden kits that include plants adapted to specific planting conditions. Featured this year is a NH Pollinator Certification Kit: Bagley Pond garden kits.

Fassett Farm Nursery offers an extensive inventory of plants native to the Northeast which support our native pollinators and wildlife. They also have a selection of edible and medicinal plants. All are ethically grown or propagated on site.

NH Audubon Staff and Pollinator Garden Volunteers will be available to answer your questions about gardening, pollinators, native wildlife, and native plants.

■Tour our McLane Center Pollinator gardens while you are browsing for plants!

■The Spring Craft Fair features a variety of quality, handmade crafts by 15+ local artisans

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■Raffle featuring items from vendors

■Walking Gourmet Food Truck

■The Nature Store will be open (NH Audubon Members will receive 20% off)

Support local, New Hampshire native plant nurseries and artisans this spring and help us protect NH’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.

The McLane Center is located at, 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord.

NH Audubon is a nonprofit statewide membership organization dedicated to the protection of New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people. Independent of the National Audubon Society, NH Audubon has offered programs in wildlife conservation, land protection, environmental policy, and environmental education since 1914.

For information on NH Audubon, including membership, volunteering, programs, wildlife sanctuaries, and publications, call 224-9909, or visit www.nhaudubon.org