The stunning California Poppy (Eschscholzia californicum), by Ernest Clayton, one of many gorgeous prints in Anne Marie Praetzel’s calendar.

Upcoming Events at Native Here Nursery

Medicinal Plant Tours and Botanical Art Sale
Saturday December 12th, 2015: 10am-2pm

Join us at the nursery for casual tours of our medicinal plant offerings and as well as to check out the beautiful native plant themed calendars created by Anne Marie Praetzel!

Come up and learn about the medicinal uses of our east bay native plants with Native Here Nursery Manager Selena Rowan, who has also trained extensively as a traditional herbalist. Hot herbal tea featuring local native herbs will be available to sample!

Local graphic designer Anne Marie Praetzel will be offering her beautiful calendars featuring watercolors of California native plants painted by her grandfather, Ernest Clayton. Check out her website at http://ernestclaytonwildflowers.com/


Valentine’s Weekend Special Sale

Saturday and Sunday, February 13th and 14th, 2016: 10 am- 2 pm

Join us for our late winter sale at Native Here Nursery!  Early February is one of the best times to get almost anything planted before the rains end. CNPS members will be allowed special early entry at 9 am on Saturday, which will be a great opportunity to get first pick of our new crop of manzanitas, milkweed, early annuals, iris, and more!

Local plant experts will be on hand to answer your questions about the best plants to choose for your garden. Whether you’re a veteran native plant gardener or you are brand-new to gardening, you’ll be sure to find something beautiful to brighten up your yard and invite the wild back into your life at Native Here Nursery!


About Native Here Nursery

Native Here is a non-profit nursery dedicated to growing plants for restoration of parklands and gardening projects. Conservation and restoration are at the heart of Native Here’s mission and the nursery is dependent on community engagement from volunteers to run efficiently. Native Here is a special project of the East Bay Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, which is a 501 (c)(3) organization.