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Special Event

Native Plant Pop-Up Market

Copley Square Farmers Market


  • May 17 | 11:00am - 6:00pm

Where: Copley Square, Boston, MA

Opening Day 2024 at Copley Square Farmers Market! This Pop-Up will feature tons of great plants (and other goodies) from Blue Stem Native in Norwell, plus the beautiful and educational native plant art of Green Blossom Painting!

Studying the many species available for best selection!

Special Event

Our 2024 Native Plant Sale

Choose from 100+ native species!
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  • May 31 | 10:00am - 4:30pm
  • June 1 | 9:30am - 4:00pm

Where: 7 Harrington Road, Lexington, MA 02421

NEW LOCATION at First Parish in Lexington

We will have over 5,000 plants to sell including perennial wildflowers, ferns, grasses/ sedges, shrubs, and trees. Open to members on both days. Open to the public on Saturday. You must sign-up in advance!

Leisha Johnson shows off the designed meadows at Tending Your Yard, Tending the Earth.

Gathering — In the Field

Tending Your Yard, Tending the Earth

Hosted by: Leisha Johnson, Landscape Designer, Gardens by the Yard


  • June 4 | 10:30am - 12:00pm

Where: 100 Page Rd, Lincoln, MA

Fee: Free for Grow Native members

Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

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Join garden manager Leisha Johnson, on a tour of this landscape at a private property in Lincoln which has been transformed into a native plant demonstration garden and outdoor classroom. Come discover enticing alternatives to traditional lawns, witness the beauty of designed meadows, and discuss ecological practices that are being tested on site.

GNMA Pop-Up Sign

Special Event

Native Plant Pop-Up Market

Brookline Farmers Market


  • June 27 | 1:30 - 6:30pm

Where: Centre St West Parking Lot, Brookline, MA

You're sure to find the native plants you are looking for at this Pop-Up Market, as we will be joining forces with Blue Stem Natives (from Norwell, MA), Butterfly Effect Farm (Westport, MA), Lady Fern Farm (Worcester, MA), and Tree Talk Natives (Rochester, MA).