The seed sale will open September 22, 2021.
Before you get started, please note:
1. Seeds are listed by the ounce. If you would like to purchase a pound of seed, make sure you add 16 “products” to your cart.
2. If you do want to purchase 1 pound or more of seed, a restoration plan is required. See our blog post here about developing a restoration plan. Plans can be emailed to email@example.com
3. We do not ship seeds. Rogue Native Plant Partnership exists to encourage local utilization of locally collected and grown seeds. After the sale ends, we will contact you to arrange pick-up or delivery of your order.
4. The sale ends October 4th so be sure to make your selections early!
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How much should I buy? Click here for our guide to developing your seed mix.
New this year: RNPP Pollinator Mix for meadows & oak woodlands.
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Choose a category to browse available seed lots:
Ecoregion 4f: Low Southern Cascades Mixed Conifer Forest (3)
Ecoregion 78a: Rogue/Illinois/Scott Valleys (13)
Ecoregion 78b: Oak Savanna Foothills (16)
Ecoregion 78d: Serpentine Siskiyous (1)
Ecoregion 78e: Inland Siskiyous (2)
Ecoregion 78g: Klamath River Ridges (1)
Grasses and grasslikes (13)
Woody Shrubs (9)
Level IV Ecoregion Map
Because most native plants are adapted to the ecological conditions of their source region, we recommend purchasing seed from the same ecoregion where it will be planted.
Enter the address of your project site in the map below to find your ecoregion. If the map is too crowded, use the grey arrow to toggle layers on and off.
A note about 2021 seed pricing:
Due to the drought and unprecedented temperatures this year, some seed crops yielded below the norm. This may be reflected in higher than normal prices for some seed lots offered in 2021.
In general, RNPP seed prices attempt to account for the time and effort involved in the process of collecting seed. For many species, it can take 2-4 people several hours to wild collect, and an hour or so of hand-cleaning to produce an ounce of clean seed. For the larger lots that have been produced by farmers, the cost is lower due to the efficiencies inherent in agriculture. Also, note that these lots do not have viability testing data available. We are confident that the wild-collected lots have high viability but there are always uncertainties.
We do not ship items. After the sale ends, we will contact you to arrange pick-up or delivery in the Rogue Valley.