Native Plant Sale and Rain Barrel Class

Saturday June 6 and Saturday June 20

Tri-State Watershed Alliance, 425 Van Buren Street, Fort Wayne, IN

Class starts at 10 am and plant sale is from 11 am to 1 pm

DIY Make-It-And-Take-It Rain Barrel class from 10 to 11 am with limited enrollment. The cost of the class and the rain barrel you will take home is $25. Register by emailing Sharon Partridge at 22p2655@gmail.com or calling 260-755-8111.

 

The native plant sale starts after the class and we request you keep 6 feet away from each other, wear masks and we may have to limit the number of people browsing at one time.

 

Reducing water volume with a rain barrel and with native plants are two ways to decrease your household's impact on our local waterways. Let's spend a morning to improve the water quality of our rivers!

 

Direct by Appointment

Since we do not have a traditional retail store, please contact us for an appointment to visit. If you know what you want to purchase, you can place an order and we will pull the plants and arrange for pick-up. We also provide written quotes and will hold plants for you.

Email: Martha@RiverviewNativeNursery.com

Phone: 260-704-5092

 

Directions: North on Highway 1 from Fort Wayne to Spencerville. Turn right on County Road 68 (at the first curve in Spencerville by the Covered Bridge sign) and turn right on CR 57 at the base of the bridge. In .9 miles, turn right at the first road (marked both North County Line and CR 72). In about half a mile, 5635 CR 72 is on the right where the woods end and pastures begin.

From Highway 37 coming from Fort Wayne, turn left on Cuba Road (blinking light as you enter Harlan). In about 5 miles, the road turns right and becomes Davis Road and then CR 72 at another curve. It is another 1.3 miles from Cuba Road to the nursery, on the left where the pastures end and woods begin.

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Our perennials are bee-safe!

No neonicotinoid pesticides are used on our perennials and we can track their provenance from seed to your hands. High doses of this insecticide are permitted on landscape plants, even those sold to provide nectar for honey bees. Before you buy any flowering landscape plant, ask what pesticides have been used. If they cannot answer, find a nursery that sells plants that are neonicotinoid-free.

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