Pollinator Palooza Native Plant Sale

Pollinator Palooza native plant sale, June 4 2023, 10 am - 5 pm, Oligny's Greenhouse, 390 Wilton-Gansevoort Road, Gansevoort

Native plants 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. Sustainable Saratoga held our first Pollinator Palooza native plant sale in June of 2022 to make native plants available in the Saratoga area.

That first sale was an unqualified success, drawing plant and pollinator lovers from Saratoga and surrounding counties. We sold over 1500 plants of 30 varieties selected for suitability to our area. Pollinator Palooza is now an annual June event.

This family-friendly event includes

    • Native plants for sale
    • Information about native plants
    • Information about native pollinators
    • Help with gardening questions
    • Regional organizations focused on native plants and ecosystems
    • Activities for children
    • Raffles to win books, gift certificates, plants, and more
    • Food and beverage trucks

Plants suited to local conditions

Offerings suited to a variety of planting conditions, from sun to shade and dry to moist soil. Species available each year will vary. 

See the 2023 plant list

See the 2022 plant list

Download our planting and care tip sheet

It’s a labor of love

Thanks to the generous support of Oligny’s Greenhouse in Gansevoort, NY, all plants are raised locally, and lovingly cared for by Sustainable Saratoga volunteers. 

Oligny greenhouse full of plants

Oligny’s greenhouse full of plants before the sale

greenhouse volunteers with seedlings

A few of our greenhouse volunteers

Volunteers potting up seedlings

Previous Pollinator Palooza events

June 5, 2022

Pollinator Palooza 2023 Spectrum News story



Our friends at Saratoga Springs Public Library have put together a list of materials about pollinators: https://guides.sspl.org/pollinators

Have questions? Email us at pollinators@sustainablesaratoga.org