Surrey Parks Plant Sale

Add native plants to your outdoor space!

Native plants for sale

Purchase native plants (while quantities last) and add greenery to your outdoor space! They are great for your garden because they do not require fertilizer, are naturally resilient to garden pests, need to be watered less, and help support local wildlife like birds, bees and butterflies.  Native plants are a budget-friendly, time-saving solution to bringing nature into your daily life.

Debit and credit only. Available varieties may differ due to circumstances beyond our control.


A butterfly sits among light yellow blossoms of Mock Orange shrub

Mock orange - $6

This medium-sized shrub, valued for its showy white flowers and sweet scent, attracts pollinators such as butterflies and bees.

Red-flowering current shrub with bunches of small red blooms

Red-flowering currant - $6

This eye-catching shrub is valued for its bright pink flowers that are one of the first to bloom in early spring, attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.

Nootka rose shrub in bloom with delicate pink petals and yellow center

Nootka rose - $6

This native rose has something for each season—large, fragrant pink flowers in the summer and orange-red rose hips that remain through the winter. 

Oval-leaved blueberry in berry

Oval-leaved blueberry - $6

This native blueberry shrub’s pink urn-shaped flowers appear with its oval-shaped leaves in the spring, then turn to delicious blue-black berries in the summer and enjoyed by animals, people, and birds.

Cluster of dark berries on Evergreen Huckleberry shrub

Evergreen huckleberry - $6

As its name suggests, this shrub’s leaves stay on year-round. White-pink, bell-shaped flowers appear in the spring followed by sweet edible blackish berries in the summer.

Saskatoon berry shrub with bunches of ripening purple and pink berries

Saskatoon berry - $6

This sun-loving shrub produces clusters of white flowers in the spring and delicious purple berries in the summer that are enjoyed by animals, people, and birds.


Vanilla leaf forb with delicate white flower peaking up between broad leaves

Vanilla-leaf - $3

Noted for a vanilla-like smell from its leaves when dried, this herbaceous plant forms a luscious groundcover in shady forests and gardens.

Bunchberry with small white flowers dotted among its leaves

Bunchberry - $3

This tiny dogwood makes an excellent woodland groundcover with its swirl of leaves and white flower cluster which are followed by bright orange berries.  The leaves are green in the spring and summer, becoming wine-red in the fall.

Bunches of delicate pink blooms hang on pacific bleeding heart forb.

Pacific bleeding heart - $3

This hardy yet delicate perennial has fern-like leaves and pink heart-shaped flowers.  It forms a lush carpet in shady forests and gardens, is drought tolerant and attracts hummingbirds. 

Woodland strawberry forb bursting with many tiny red berries

Woodland strawberry - $3

This low-growing, evergreen plant produces lots of small, but juicy and sweet strawberries that can be enjoyed all summer. 

Bed of green heart shaped leaves of False Lily-of-the-valley

False-lily-of-the-valley - $3

This perennial groundcover has heart-shaped leaves and in the spring has clusters of tiny white flowers held above the stems.  The flowers are replaced by mottled green and purple to red, pretty but poisonous berries in late summer.

Delicate purple blooms and foliage of harebell

Harebell - $3

This delicate perennial has attractive bell-shaped, nodding purple flowers that bloom in the summer sun.


Radiating fronds of a maidenhair fern

Maidenhair fern - $3

This delicate fern has green fronds (that turn golden) that fan out like a hand with shiny purple-black stems.  

Bed of sword ferns

Sword fern - $6

This large, evergreen fern grows best in moist, shady environments.  Young fronds (leaves) or fiddleheads appear in the spring, then begin to unroll into large sword-shaped fronds. 

western honeysuckle

Western honeysuckle - $6

This native climbing vine has round leaves and clumps of fragrant orange, trumpet-shaped flowers that turn into orange-red translucent berries.  The sweet flower nectar attracts hummingbirds and bees, and the berries are eaten by birds.