Exo Roast Co.
Saturday 11/12/2022, 11AM - Noon
Saturday 12/10/2022, 11AM - Noon
Shop our plants and seeds online and pick-up your order at Exo Roast Co. in Tucson on the listed dates.
At check out online, note EXO and which date you will be picking up your order.
June 18, 8AM - 2PM
August 13, 8AM - 2PM
October 8 - 9, 9AM - 2PM
(Patagonia Fall Festival Weekend)
Shop the nursery during select Saturdays. The nursery is open during these dates, during our plant sale events, and by appointment, or by ordering plants online and noting one of our plant delivery days for Tucson or the Sierra Vista or Bisbee Farmer's Markets.
2022 Plant Sales
Monsoon Plant Sale
July 16, 8AM - 4PM & July 17, 8AM - 2PM
Fall Plant Sale
Sept 24, 9AM - 4PM & Sept 25, 9AM - 2PM
2022 Farmers Market Booth &Pre-Order Pick-up
June 25, 9AM - 1PM
July 7, 10AM - 2PM
Order online ahead of time and note either SVFM or BFM and the date in the notes at check out and pick-up your order at our table at that market. We will also have a selection of plants for sale at our booth.
Virtual Bilingual Native Plant Propagation Workshop
June 11, 10AM - Noon
Join us for an informative class where we will cover all things native plant nursery related, including propagating native plants from both seeds and cuttings, seed and plant sourcing, plant lists, dormancy, mechanical scarification, temperature stratification, transplanting, pot sizes for retail vs. restoration needs, irrigation, soil type, and timelines. We'll also dip into shade/greenhouse structures, and irrigation, as well as hardening off for planting. The class will be sliding scale donation-based.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Native Seed Collection Workshop & Tour of BRN Seed Lab
October 15, 10AM - 2PM
Join us Saturday, October 15 for a tour of the BRN Seed Lab to learn about our seed lab operations and programs, then head out to the beautiful San Rafael Valley to learn about native grasses and our ethical seed collection protocols.
Participants will then help collect seeds that will be used in a local ecological restoration project to mitigate erosion and revegetate the landscape to support habitat in the foothills of the Santa Rita Mountains on public and private lands.
Participants should bring water and snacks, wear sun-protective gear, long pants, and sturdy shoes for walking across uneven terrain and be comfortable hiking short distances.
Seed collection equipment as well as snake gaiters and blaze orange safety vests will be provided. This opportunity is open to 15 participants.
Email email@example.com to sign-up!