Plant Sales

Now accepting orders for the 2019 Spring Plant Sale The order deadline is March 22nd. If you miss the deadline, we’ll still have leftovers for sale! The pick up day will be Saturday, May 4th, 9am to noon, or Monday, May 6th, 3pm to 5:30pm, at the Rochester Fairgrounds. View the catalog and order form below. Having any trouble downloading? Just ask us to mail you a paper copy. ⋅ (603) 749-3037 ⋅ 264 County Farm Road, Dover NH 03820

View, download, and print the catalog and order form:

Have we run out of anything yet?

Yes, unfortunately we are now out of: 

  • Elderberry
  • Bloodroot
  • Foam Flower

How to Order and Get Your Plants

How to order: Send in your order form by mail or email. Submit a payment by check, or online (instructions below). Make sure you send your order form and payment by March 22nd. You should get a receipt from us within about a week. If you don’t get a receipt – please check in with us to make sure we got your order.

How to get your plants: Come to the Rochester Fairgrounds at 72 Lafayette Street, Rochester NH, either Saturday, May 4th, 9am to noon, or Monday, May 6th, 3pm to 5:30pm. We will have your plants for you to pick up, as well as extra plants that will be available for sale.

Online payments: You can pay online with a credit card, debit card, or PayPal account. Click the yellow “Buy Now” button, enter the total amount you owe in the “price per item” box, and then follow the prompts to either log in to your PayPal account, OR manually enter your card info. Make sure to send us your order form too.

About the plant sale: The spring plant sale is a Conservation District tradition. The purpose is to offer local residents with high quality but low cost plants that have conservation benefits, and are difficult to find from retail sources. We don’t grow the plants ourselves. We buy young wholesale stock trees and shrubs, so the plants might be smaller than what you would typically find at a store, but they are high quality with good survival rates. Your payment covers the wholesale price of the plant, plus shipping and the other costs associated with the plant sale. You are welcome to tell us what plants you would like to see in next year’s sale!

Jack in the pulpit
Eastern redbud
Pin oak