2017 Native Plant Sale
A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported West Cook Wild Ones through our plant sale and all the butterflies, bees, birds and other creatures through planting natives!
TO ANYONE WHO MISSED THE JUNE 24th PICK-UP OF THEIR PLANTS AND DID NOT MAKE PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS, PLEASE Contact Us.
We may have some extra Monarch Kits available in July. If so, we will let you know how to purchase one.
The school PTOs will be receiving checks for $8 per Monarch kit once our finances from the sale are settled.
If you liked our plant sale, consider VOLUNTEERING to help next year. More help makes plant sorting and pick-up go quicker!
We’ve had to delay the pick up date because of the spring weather which has made growing conditions difficult during a time of high demand for native plants. By waiting a few weeks, we can ensure more orders will be filled with beautiful, healthy plants.
Our online site is open, and you can start pre-ordering now. We’ve added a few new plants this year.
2017 West Cook Wild Ones Plant Sale.
Pick up is June 24, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm at Euclid Methodist Church’s parking lot, 405 S Euclid Ave, Oak Park, IL 60302. Pre-orders end June 7.
Are you a member of Wild Ones? You get a 10 % discount. In the discount code area, use MEMSAVE10. If you would like to join or need to renew, click here: Join/Renew
Need a little more inspiration or guidance? We have selected some plants from our sale and arranged them into some potential plans. You can consult with a landscaper or a garden coach to see how to adjust them or to work with your existing gardens. There may be some people available on the day of the sale to help as well. Most of the plants would be planted about 18″ apart. Some of the narrower plants, such as liatris, would be planted more closely. Most plants will spread over time through rhizomes or seeds to fill gaps. If you want, for example, more purple coneflower, clip the stem and lay the stem and seedhead where you want your seedlings. Keeping the stem/seedhead there reminds you next year where you had put the seeds. (Consider keeping stems up to offer seeds to birds though–goldfinches, sparrows, love them!).
Click on the links to view the plans:
If you already have natives or once you’ve added them to your garden, pledge your yard to our bird, bee, butterfly habitat corridor: