Plant Sale to benefit CNY Land Trust – find native plants and more for your yard!
When: Saturday, May 27, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 1:00pm
Where: 5573 Sunview Drive, Elbridge, NY
Come out and find many varied plants, talk with experts about best planting methods, and add some beauty to your land! This is a great opportunity to add to your landscaping, get some interesting new plants, AND help CNY Land Trust. All proceeds of the plant sale benefit CNY Land Trust’s work to protect natural areas in Onondaga and Oswego Counties.
This plant sale is free and open to the public. Plenty of parking is available along Sunview Drive. For directions, click the map link above; Sunview Drive is a turn north off of NY State Route 5, 1.5 miles east of the center of Elbridge.
A partial list of plants for sale: Solomon’s seal( normal and variegated), false Solomon’s seal, foam flower, wild ginger, European ginger, may apple, cup plant, pagoda dogwood, hemlock,tuliptree, ostrich, sensitive and bulbet fern, white woodland and big-leave aster, soap wort, feverfew, cut leaved coneflower, obedient plant, jack-in-pulpit, bee balm, rudbeckia, sedum, thornless blackberry, hosts, columbine, Appalachian sedge, evening primrose, garden phlox, Lily’s-of the-valley, daisy, spiderworkt, blackeyed susan, coreopsis, sundrop, bachelor buttons, “money” plant.
Need more directions? Find the Plant Sale: Make your way to New York State Route 5, which runs east-west across central Onondaga County. From Syracuse, take I-690 West to NY-695, and continue to State Route 5 West. Sunview Drive branches off State Route 5, 1.5 miles east of the center of Elbridge, and 6 miles west of the Village of Camillus, in western Onondaga County. Turn north onto
Sunview Drive from State Route 5, and look for address number 5573.
Donations of healthy, native plants welcomed – if you are interested in donating plants, drop them off directly at 5573 Sunview Drive prior to the day of the sale, or Monday-Thursday during business hours at Dental Arts Group, 1638 West Genesee Street, Syracuse. (Note: the sooner plants are potted up, the more likely they will look good and sell well the day of the sale.) Thank you to plant donors!