Native Plant Events

Wild Ones Greater Baltimore welcomes you to participate in our native plant events to inspire you create a more beautiful and ecologically sound landscape in your home and community. We hold garden tours, native plant walks, nursery tours, native plant and seed swaps, educational talks and webinars, and educational garden chats where you can have your native plant questions answered by knowledgable members.

Events Archive: 2022 | 2023 | 2024 | Upcoming Events

June 2024

Jun
29

Garden Tour (Baltimore)

Saturday, June 29th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
Private Residence, Baltimore, MD Map

Public Welcome Free Event Home Garden Tour

Over 31 years, Kay McConnell has created an oasis in Baltimore. Gravel, cobble and stepping stones, logs, woodchips, and wide grass paths provide access to a series of wild gardens that tell the story of the relationship between the land and the people who have lived here over the years. Traces of traditional gardens are embedded within the native plant community that is influenced by underlying serpentine stone geology.

Wild Ones Greater Baltimore Members received early access to register for this event and we only have a few spots remaining. If you are unable to register, email us at [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.

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July 2024

Jul
2

July Garden Chat

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
Online/Virtual

Public Welcome Free Event Chapter Social

We will begin with a short presentation by Brigit Burbak on “Transforming a community garden”

There will also be time to ask questions, share your successes and meet other native plant garden enthusiasts.

We welcome gardeners at all stages of native gardening from beginner to expert as we share our knowledge and experiences with each other.

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Be a part of our native plant community by helping us organize more events. Consider joining us as a member and volunteer to assist with event planning. Do you have an idea for an event or would like to show off the native plants in your garden? Contact us!