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Island native plant sale starts

Looking for a great source for native trees, shrubs, and groundcovers? The Whidbey Island Conservation District is taking pre-orders now through Jan. 30 on a beautiful assortment of Western Washington native plants. The plants are one to two years old, average in height from 8-inches to 36-inches and are bare root. Some varieties are sold as plugs or in 3.5-inch pots.

Most plants are sold in bundles of five and are priced very reasonably. To receive a complete plant list and order form, contact WICD by phone, 678-4708, or email, You may also download a list and order form by going to and follow the plant sale link under WICD Programs.

Pickup for all confirmed orders will occur on Saturday, March 5, at Greenbank Farm, just in time for pre-spring planting. Order soon as stock is limited.

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