Native pollinators are facing many threats, including habitat loss, pesticide use, climate change, and disease. Sustainable Saratoga’s Pollinator Committee is working to provide food and safe habitats for native pollinators.
Every garden, no matter how small, has an important role to play in protecting pollinators. Planting native plants is an essential part of creating food and habitat for our native pollinators. However, finding native plants can often be a challenge. We are working to overcome that limitation by holding a native plant sale. We hope you will join us!
DATE: Sunday, June 5, 2022
TIME: 10AM until 3PM
LOCATION: the former Oligny Garden Center, 390 Wilton-Gansevoort Rd, Gansevoort
(just 10 miles from downtown Saratoga Springs)
This family-friendly event will include:
- Native plants for sale
- Information about native plants
- Information about native pollinators
- Help with gardening questions
- Other organizations focused on native plants and pollinator protection
- Activities for children
PLEASE NOTE: Cash and checks are preferred. Thank you!
Here is the list of species we will be selling at the event:
(Below this image is a species list with links for more info)