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Friday, May 6, 2011

More Plant Sales Sprouting This Weekend and Beyond

So many great plant sales to visit in the area, but it's virtually impossible to have too many, right?
(Kind of like, impossible to have too many earrings or scarves!)
Taylors Checkerspot Butterfly a Rare Find in the State

So check them out. Many are benefits and others support the supply of great gardens in the area,
especially providing native plants that promote wildlife habitat.

Herald-Net has a great list for Snohomish County _

WSU Extension Plant Sale Resources -

• 1 - Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Annual Mothers Day Sale - Shoreline (I know I already posted this, but it starts today for the general public and goes thru Sunday.)

• 2 - Tadpole Haven Native Plants Nursery "Open Day_- Woodinville, 
Saturday -10am-4pm
gymnocarpa fern -
available at Tadpole Haven

• 3 - King County Master Gardeners "Get Growing Plant Sale" -  May 7th + 8th University of Washington
Center for Urban Horticulture
• 4 - Sustainable Shoreline Plant and Reusable Items Sale - Sunday, 5/9, 10-3, Corner of Linden Ave N and 188th St 

• 5 - Washington Native Plant Society Sale at Bellevue Botanical Garden -

• 6 - Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Plant Sale - Sat, 5/8 - 9-3

• 7 - Go Native Plant Sales - (SUNDAY featured at Sustainable Shoreline Sale) based in Shoreline (ongoing

• 8 - Seattle Tilth Edible Plant Sale, Seattle  -
Come to Seattle Tilth's Edible Plant Sale and take advantage of the largest selection of organically, sustainably and locally grown vegetable plants in the Puget Sound region. The Edible Plant Sale is on Sat. & Sun., May 7 and 8, 9 a.m.-3 p.m at Meridian Park (4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle 98103). 

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