Create a lush and vibrant landscape with our favorite “Top 100” native and adapted plants, ideal for your North Texas land­scape. You’ll also learn proper soil prepara­tion, proper planting, how to choose the right plant for the right place as well as tips to keep your plants beautiful and healthy year-round. Free.Fire Station #7

Spring Plant Sale hosted by the Greater Dallas Organic Garden Club will feature a variety of Texas native and adaptive perennials, nectar and host plants for beneficial pollinators, herbs, veggies, ornamentals (house plants), rare pass along plants, succulents and garden related goods (books, pots, shepherd hooks, trellises and garden deco odds and ends). 

Come early to select from over 120 species of organically grown native plants, including ground covers, perennials, shrubs, vines and trees – most below nursery prices:

Host plants for butterflies

Nectar plants for pollinators

Tailored by Mother Nature for our climate

Minimal water requirements

No need for pesticides or fertilizers

Many hard-to-find species

Native plant sale at Good Local Market's White Rock location.

29th annual sale features natives, hard-to-find herbs and well-adapted plants. 

Volunteers from the Native Plant Society of Texas Collin County Chapter and the Blackland Prairie Master Naturalists will be available to help you select your new plants. See website for plant list.

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Find a variety of native Texas plants that use less water and provide habitat for wildlife.

The Trash event starts with registration @ 8:00, in the FMHS parking lot. We hand out supplies to volunteers and send them to various areas in Flower Mound (parks, trails, creeks, roadways) to clean up trash/recycles. Volunteers then bring back their findings and we provide lunch, the environmental fair, and door prize. 

A variety of native and adapted plants will be for sale. Bring your own wagon if you have one. 

2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Volunteers are needed to craft native wildflower and prairie seedballs with the Dallas Seed Library and Groundwork Dallas, haul them to a meadow along the Trinity Forest Trail, and release them into the wild! The Dallas Watershed Dept. is dedicating 200 potted prairie grasses to the cause of restoring native Blackland Prairie in the area.


- Saturday, March 17th with the Dallas Seed Library at MLK Library, from 2pm - 5pm (2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 75215) 

- Saturday, March 24th with Groundwork Dallas (location TBD), from 9am - Noon

Presented by Kim Conrow and Dawn Hancock. Together, Kim and Dawn developed the Forest Park Pool Monarch Waystation in Fort Worth.  heir journey resulted in transforming a lifeless area into places where birds, butterflies and bees will find food and shelter, and humans find a welcoming place of beauty, relaxation and joy. They will share their experiences on how this garden came to be and lessons learned along the way.

Info: Cathy Lustgarten,