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Snohomish County Master Gardener Plant Sale is Saturday

This Saturday is our Annual Snohomish County Master Gardener Plant Sale! You’ll find unique plants, great prices, and hundreds of Master Gardeners to help answer your garden questions. Get in line early and bring your wagon/cart/kids to carry all your plants. See you there!

When: Saturday May 5, from 9 am-2 pm

Where: McCollum Park, 600 128th St. SE, South Everett

What you’ll find:

  1. 5,000 tomato plants in over 150 varieties
  2. 4,000 herb & veggie starts
  3. Perennials, shrubs, trees, berries, and grasses
  4. Vendors selling specialty plants (listed below)
  5. ME!! I’ll be hanging out in the perennials
We mostly accept cash and/or checks. We’re trying out a credit card app as well but there are a limited number and the speed depends on cell service.

Here’s the official press release: (I didn’t write this next part. I bet Howard did.)

2012 Annual Master Gardener Plant Sale is Saturday

The primary fund raiser for the Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation is our annual plant sale. This year, the sale will be held on Saturday, May 5th, from 9am – 2pm at McCollum Park, 600-128th St. SE, in South Everett between Silver Lake and Mill Creek.

Each year, our plant sale features an extensive selection of perennials, shrubs, trees, berries, and grasses. In addition, our sale is famous for an amazing selection of tomato varieties – old favorites, new varieties, heritage plants and more. This year, we will have 5000 tomato plants in over 150 varieties. In response to the increased interest in vegetable gardening, this year there will be an expanded selection of 4,000 herb and vegetable starts to help you get a jump on your kitchen garden.

Each year, we have an interesting assortment of specialty nursery, gift and garden art vendors on hand as part of this sale. This year, we’re pleased to have the following vendors participating:

  • Oudean’s Willow Creek Nursery
  • Skipley Farms
  • Keeping it Green
  • Namaste Gardens
  • White Picket Gardens
  • Dahlia Lady
  • Larry’s Blueberries
  • Master Gardener Crafts

Back to me again. Click here to see everything I scored last year. Plus my carnivorous bog plants came from Oudean’s Willow Creek Nursery. You can read more about my bog and Oudean’s here.

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