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Lake Hopatcong Foundation's Native Plant Sale Returns

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Holly Odgers, Communications Director, Lake Hopatcong Foundation

Spring into Sustainability: Lake Hopatcong Foundation's Native Plant Sale Return

Landing, N.J. (April 23, 2024) – Spring is in full bloom, and so is the Lake Hopatcong Foundation's eighth annual native plant sale! Showcasing over 45 varieties of plants native to New Jersey, this year's sale offers a diverse selection that not only supports local ecosystems but also enhances gardens throughout the region.

Native plant sale flyer

“We're excited to offer a great mix of native plants this year, including beloved favorites like coneflowers, columbine, and cardinal flowers, as well as some unique picks such as mayapple and bloodroot,” said Lake Hopatcong Foundation Board Chair Marty Kane. "We've also added a number of native shrubs to our sale, and we will again be selling the pawpaw and American plum trees, which are among my favorites."


Online orders can be placed from 8 a.m. on Friday, April 26 until 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, at Purchased plants can be picked up on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation, located at 125 Landing Road, Landing.


Native plants to northern nj

Native plants are vital for ecological health, providing essential habitats for pollinators, insects, and wildlife, while also improving soil and water quality. As these plants are naturally suited to local conditions, they require less maintenance and resources, making them a sustainable and cost-effective choice for gardeners.

“The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is committed to protecting the lake and its surrounding watershed,” shared Lake Hopatcong Foundation Communications Director Holly Odgers. "Our native plant sale not only offers beautiful plants for gardens but also promotes sustainability in our community, contributing to the protection of the lake and local environment."

The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to protecting the lake environment and enhancing the lake experience by bringing together public and private resources to encourage a culture of sustainability and stewardship on and around  New Jersey’s largest lake, for this and future generations. 

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