Native Plant Market

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IMG_5177.JPGThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market

  • Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors.
  • This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately.
  • Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine.
  • Only CASH and CHECKS are accepted for payment. 

What: Native Plant Market

When: Saturday, May 18, 2019 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

Where: Parking lot across from City Hall (100 Civic Center Parkway) 

Who: Open to all (including non-residents) Market area will be closed to the public prior to 9 a.m. start time.

Download the 2019 List of Possible Plants (PDF).Native Plant Market Display and Attendees**Please note that the Burnsville Tree Sale is a separate event. Native plants and shrubs are no longer sold at the Tree Sale.**

Native Plant Market Vendors
The vendors that will be attending the event this year are listed below. Vendors will select which native plant species they want to bring to the Native Plant Market, so please be aware that not all of the plants listed on their websites will be available at the Market.

Vendors:List will be updated as vendors are selected

Other exhibitors:

  • City of Burnsville Natural Resources Department
  • Ask a Master Gardener Table - Master Gardeners of Dakota County
  • Dakota County Soil and Water Conservation District

Questions about the Native Plant Market? Contact Caleb Ashling via email or by phone at 952-895-4543.