EARTHeim offers native plants for sale by appointment.
If you need advice on what plants would work in your area, how many, or how to space the plants, I’m available for an online garden coaching session.
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Lexington doesn’t recycle plant pots! This is a large amount of waste that could be diverted from the landfill. I can reuse only the following sized plant pots and the trays that fit them. If they are very dirty or broken, I cannot use those. Please email me before dropping off any pots.
Lowes and Home Depot have recycling programs for plant pots. King’s Nursery can take the large containers that large shrubs and trees are sold in. They do not reuse small pots or the trays. The Lexington Senior Citizens can also take pots to use for their activities. Otherwise, some schools may like plant pots for activities.