The Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation is sponsoring their annual plant sale, online this year, April 26 to May 6.
Experienced master gardeners have spent months selecting, seeding, and propagating close to 5,000 plants. That means you can choose among a wide range of small trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, ground covers, vegetables, fruits, and succulents for your garden.
From two-inch seedlings to mature trees, a variety of colorful annuals and perennials are available at good prices. All plants have been grown and cared for by volunteer master gardeners under the best conditions and include many varieties not available at local nurseries.
Because it’s an online-only event and no on-site sales are permitted, curbside pickup will be provided. It will take place at the Tri-Area Food Bank, 760 Chimacum Road in Port Hadlock, on Saturday, May 15.
The plant sale fundraiser supports the Jefferson County Master Gardener Program and agricultural grants for schools and other nonprofit organizations.
For plant selections, see jcmgf.square.site. Plants may differ in size from the catalog photos shown. Any orders not picked up on May 15 will be donated to community organizations.