Woodinville Garden club to host upcoming plant sale

The sale will take place on May 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. as a Mother’s Day celebration.

  • Friday, April 13, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Spring has arrived and it is time to start planting. Beautiful, healthy plants will be found at the Woodinville Garden Club Plant Sale.

Held on the grounds of bucolic Chateau Ste. Winery, the annual sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday May 12.

Among the 15,000 plants nurtured to perfection will be the Club’s well known popular tomato plants, grown from seed to sturdy one gallon size. Varieties offered will include enduring favorites Sun Gold, Sweet Million and heirloom varieties, plus several other varieties especially suited for our Woodinville climate. The tomatoes are so dependable they are often the first item to sell out. An extensive selection of vegie starts and herbs will be available. Lush moss shade baskets, unique sun baskets, table baskets and planted unique container collections, perfect for Mother’s Day, will also be sold.

With healthy blooming annuals in all sizes and colors the Woodinville Garden Club Plant Sale offers a hard to beat selection of your favorites as well as unique plant varieties. Shoppers will be able to purchase from a selection of choice perennials shared from our members’ gardens. Garden club members are on hand to provide cultural information. We provide boxes for your purchases and will help you load your treasures into your car.

All plants available at the sale are grown by the club members in a beautiful greenhouse made available by a generous homeowner in Woodinville. Teams of members meet twice each week beginning in February to seed, transplant and groom the plants.

Proceeds from the sale are used to fund Woodinville Garden Club’s many civic projects. Woodinville’s DeYoung Park renovation is the most recent funds recipient; the park will include an artist designed drinking fountain from funds donated by the club. Please visit www.woodinvillegardenclub.org to learn more.

All prices are very reasonable and parking is free. Plan to come early for best selection. Hope you can join us to celebrate the arrival of spring.

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