The Marquette County Conservation District is holding a two day native plant sale.
Native plants provide food and habitat for pollinators and other native wildlife.
The use of native plants helps preserve the genetic diversity of native plant populations.
The conservation district will have multiple perennial plants and shrubs including wood lily, tall white violets and bloodroot.
"It is a first come, first serve basis. All the perennials, they come back here year after year. They have a variety of woodland species as well as beautiful flower and plants. Different colors, reds, blues and yellows" says director, Renee Leow.
The sale began Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. It ends Thursday, June 19 at 4 p.m.
The Marquette County Conservation District is located on 780 Commerce Drive in Marquette.