Clallam native plant sale ends Jan. 27

PORT ANGELES — The Clallam Conservation District’s native plant sale will end Monday.

The annual sale features affordable native species for wildlife habitat enhancement and environmentally friendly landscaping.

Bare-root tree and shrub seedlings are available in bundles of 10 and 25 for $16 to $25 per bundle.

Native pollinator seed packets are available as well.

Conifer seedlings include Douglas fir, grand fir, shore pine, Sitka spruce, western hemlock and western red cedar.

Deciduous tree seedlings include big leaf maple, Pacific crab apple, red alder, Rocky Mountain maple and vine maple.

Deciduous shrub seedlings are available.

They are blue elderberry, Indian plum, mock orange, Nootka rose, oceanspray, low Oregon grape, Pacific ninebark, red elderberry, red flowering currant, red osier dogwood, serviceberry, snowberry, thimbleberry and twinberry.

Orders can be placed at the district’s office, 228 W. First St., Suite H, or by calling 360-775-3747, ext. 5.

The office is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays.

Orders can also be placed online at www.clallamcd.org, or the order form can be printed and mailed.

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