Pinus sabianaWelcome to Native Here Nursery! Winter rains have started in the Bay Area, so it’s a perfect time to plant native plants. If you’re thinking of adding some new species to your garden, check out our online inventory of locally native California native plants here. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, email us — we just might be waiting for it to get hearty enough to planted.

Students, young and old: are you looking for something fun to do this winter break? Native Here is always looking for volunteers, even in the cold months — winter is the time we do things like sow seeds, prune plants, divide iris and upsize seedlings into new containers. We can accommodate any amount of time you have to volunteer, so if you or someone you know would like to spend some time at our peaceful and serene growing grounds in Tilden, enjoying the sounds of the birds and the trees and helping native plants, contact us at NativeHere@ebcnps.org and let us know!

In other news, Native Here Nursery is now on Instagram! Follow us @nativehere. If you’re on Instagram and have photos of plants you bought from the nursery, or have a photo you’d like to share with us, tag #nativeherenursery for a chance to have your photo featured.

Speaking of social media, Native Here is also on Facebook. We post all sorts of photos and interesting articles about native plants, ecology, conservation and more, along with announcements about upcoming special sales and events, so follow us if you’d like a new way to stay up to date about the nursery!

Students, young and old: are you looking for something fun to do this winter break? Native Here is always looking for volunteers, even in the cold months — winter is the time we do things like sow seeds, prune plants, divide iris and upsize seedlings into new containers. We can accommodate any amount of time you have to volunteer, so if you or someone you know would like to spend some time at our peaceful and serene growing grounds in Tilden, enjoying the sounds of the birds and the trees and helping native plants, contact us at NativeHere@ebcnps.org and let us know!

 

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