Native Plant Nursery Online Sale 2024

Our 2024 online ordering has closed. Please visit our nursery at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve to choose plants; open Tuesday-Sunday from 9 am - 5 pm.  


Important notes for ordering:

  • Plant pickup takes place June 1 and June 2 from 9 am - 5 pm.
  • Click here for the ordering page. Go to the dropdown on the right of the page choose options that begin with "Native Plants." When you see the list, it will contain images and pricing for each plant, tree, grass, or shrub.
  • When ordering, you must add a delivery location to your cart. To do this, go to the dropdown for "Order Pick Up Location." Then add “Delivery to Succop Nature Park” or “Delivery to Buffalo Creek Nature Park” to your cart so that we know where you’d like to pick up your plants.
  • All prices include sales tax. Members receive 10% off of the listed price.​
  • Scroll down to see a full list of plants we will have available. Please note that due to limited quantities, some may sell out early in the sale.

Pick-up location addresses:

Succop Nature Park
185 W. Airport Road, Butler PA 16002
(724) 586-2591

Buffalo Creek Nature Park
154 Monroe Rd, Sarver PA 16055
(724) 295-3589

Please note that delivery is only available to Succop Nature Park and Buffalo Creek Nature Park for this special event. Our Native Plant Nursery, located at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve (614 Dorseyville Road in Fox Chapel), is open from April – October during Audubon Nature Store hours (Tuesday – Sunday from 9 am – 5 pm). Learn more here.

PS - Remember to add “Delivery to Succop Nature Park” or “Delivery to Buffalo Creek Nature Park” to your cart so that we know where you’d like to pick up your plants! 

Flowering Perennials






Why Garden with Native Plants?

Native plants are a critical component of a healthy ecosystem. They support pollinators and birds by providing food and shelter, help keep our waterways clean, and support healthy soil. Since native plants are adapted to local conditions, they are relatively easy to grow and do not require pesticides or fertilizers. Home gardeners can serve as important links to the increasingly fragmented wild lands that surround us. The compelling beauty of western Pennsylvania's diverse assortment of native plants can educate us as well as enrich our lives and landscapes. Gardening with native plants is one way to do your part in preserving our local environment.

Benefits of Native Plants

  • ​Provide years of beauty
  • Properly chosen, can flourish on any site
  • Attract and nourish native wildlife
  • Reduce the need for insecticides and chemical products
  • Add grace and informal charm