Native Plants


Mark your calendar!
Manada’s 18th Annual Spring Native Plant Sale
Saturday, April 28th at Boro Park (Poplar Ave & Water Street, in Hummelstown) 10am to 3pm Rain or Shine
(Members Only from 8am to 10am)

Shop natives from Manada Conservancy as well as from a variety of regional plant vendors including Go Native Tree Farm, Toadshade Wildflower Farm, The Native Yard, and Hungry Hook Farm! Browse local art vendors; Elemental Expressions, Notes with Nature in Mind, Sally McKeever Stoneware Pottery, and Paintings by Steve Koons! 

Thank you to our sale sponsors:  Backyard Habitat ~ A Short Story Writing Contest
Attention aspiring writers, gardeners, naturalists, and fellow nature lovers!  You are invited to submit a short story which expresses a personal or fictional account of a “backyard habitat” scenario.  Click HERE for details.

Manada Conservancy works to foster healthy ecosystems by encouraging the use of native plants in the home landscape. Native plants provide sustenance and habitat for the diverse creatures that are a part of a healthy ecosystem.  These creatures include butterflies and other insects, birds, mammals, amphibians and invertebrates. Many native plants are disappearing for a variety of reasons, including development (habitat loss) and the incursion of alien invasive species.  Thousands of our native plants have been planted in the yards of those who purchase plants at our annual native plant sale each spring. We have also provided expertise and assistance in numerous restoration projects, using native plants.