’Tis the Season for Plant Sales

Plant Sales

Two Plant Sales
First two Saturdays in May

Chimacum High School
91 West Valley Road
Chimacum, WA 98325

Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation Sale
Saturday, May 7, 9 AM to 2 PM

The master gardeners have selected, seeded, and propagated thousands of plants, including small trees, shrubs, ground covers, vegetables, fruits, and succulents, that are now ready for planting. From two-inch seedlings to young 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.

Funds raised at the sale will support Washington State University Extension services in Jefferson County and agricultural grants for schools and other nonprofit organizations.

Plant selections can be previewed at jcmgf.square.site, but plants will be sold only in-person, and not online this year. Plants may vary in size from the photos shown on the web page.

The Tri-Area Garden Club Sale
Saturday, May 14, 9 AM to 1 PM

This sale will be held jointly with the horticulture students of Chimacum High School. A wide variety of plants including easy-to-grow perennials, grasses, shrubs, and succulents will be sold at the event. The specimens will be donated by Tri-Area Garden Club members as well as area nurseries. Checks or cash will be accepted for payment.

Proceeds from the annual plant sale are used by the Tri-Area Garden Club to provide grants for local orga- nizations’ horticulture projects. Past years’ grants have been awarded to Habitat for Humanity and the Gathering Place for landscaping and gardening projects. Chimacum High School has also received grant funds to support its participation in Bee Campus USA, a national program that conserves pollinators on school campuses by increasing native plants and decreasing pesticides.