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Native Plant Sales

Plant Sale Information

The CNPS Bristlecone Chapter holds native plant sales every year in the Bishop and Mammoth areas.

Happy Customer at the 2012 Native Plant Sale

Another happy plant sale customer!

Bishop Native Plant Sale

CNPS Event 2018 Plant Sale - plants still available - see below:

The 2018 Plant Sale is done, but we still have plants! Here is an updated post-sale plant list (updated 9/1/18) - please contact Katie Quinlan at to arrange to meet and purchase any of these that are left.

Prices: Plant prices are $5.00 for small tree pots, $8.00 for gallon pots, and $10 for large tree pots. If you have any of the black plastic pots from last year’s sale we would love to recycle them for you.

Proceeds from the annual native plant sales provide funding for our Mary DeDecker Botanical Grants. The grant program is a fitting way to remember Mary DeDecker’s many contributions to the people and plants of the Eastern Sierra.

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Mammoth Plant Sales

Mammoth Native Plant Sale

Perusing native plants at the Mammoth plant sale

There will be no native plant sales in Mammoth this summer, but the plants grown in Mammoth were moved to Bishop and will be available at the annual native plant sale on August 25, 2018. Click here for a list of species that will grow well in Mammoth that will be available at the Bishop sales this year. Contact Mammoth Plant Sale Coordinator, Sherry Taylor, at and ask to be put on her mailing list for future updates!

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Growing Natives Information:

See our Planting Guide for tips on getting your native garden growing.

Preparing your garden for planting natives (Article in July-August 2013 Bristlecone Chapter Newsletter)

Also check the main CNPS site for information on growing native plants, including the benefits of native plant gardening, getting started, weed and pest management and more.

The CNPS Growing Natives Program

Native Plant Resources

CalScape - helping Californians restore nature and save water one garden at a time. We do this by showing people which plants are really native to any location in the state, helping them figure out which ones they want, and where to buy them and how to grow them.

New! Native Plant Landscaping guide for the Bristlecone Chapter / Eastern Sierra (pdf)


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