May Edible Plant Sale
Choose from the largest selection of organic veggie plants in the region.
May 04, 2013 04:00 PM
May 05, 2013 10:00 PM
|Where||Meridian Park, behind the Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98103|
|Contact Name||Chris Iberle|
|Contact Phone||(206) 633-0451 ext. 119|
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Enjoy life's simple pleasures - grow food!
Come to our May Edible Plant Sale and take advantage of the largest selection of organically, sustainably and locally grown vegetable plant starts in the Puget Sound region. The May Edible Plant Sale is FREE and takes place on Sat. and Sun., May 4 and 5, 9 a.m.-3 p.m at Meridian Park (4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle 98103).
At our festive annual gardener gathering, you’ll find an amazing selection of tantalizing veggies to choose from -- over 50 varieties of organic tomatoes and 20 types of peppers! Many heirloom varieties will be available, as well as an extensive selection of culinary herbs, edible flowers and drought tolerant perennials. These irresistible plants have been hand-selected by Seattle Tilth's garden educators to offer the best possible selection of plants that perform well in our Pacific Northwest climate. This sale differs from our March plant sale because it debuts summer gardening plants aka “warm season” crops like tomatoes, peppers, squash and corn.
New gardeners, you’ll feel right at home! Our garden educators and informative signs will help you choose the best plants for your garden.
Plant Lists & Growers
Gardens to Go
The fastest shopping option is Gardens to Go -- collections of plants chosen around a theme for your convenience. ADVANCE SALES HAVE CLOSED! We will have extras available at our Gardens to Go booth outside the sale entrance in Meridian Park. Read more about Gardens to Go and see the list of plants.
Garden Presentations, Music & Vendors in the Lower Field
Find delicious food, vendors and activities on the lower field outside the main sale. Pick-up fruit shrubs and trees and Gardens to Go. See the schedule.
Early Bird Sale: Friday, May 3, 5:30-7 p.m.
Get first pick of the plants and raise extra funds to support Seattle Tilth's food, farm and garden programs at the Early Bird Sale! A limited number of tickets are available for $25. Purchase Early Bird tickets
Lend a Hand - Volunteer!
Many, many helping hands are needed to make this plant sale run smoothly. Join our amazing volunteer crew and get an invitation to the Early Bird Sale. Sign up today!
Pick-up a Wristband in the Morning
A staggered entry system allows the maximum number of people to enjoy the sale and keep the entrance flowing smoothly during the busiest times (usually Saturday 9 a.m.-noon and Sunday 9-10 a.m.). Enjoy vendors and activities in the lower field while you wait to enter the sale! Or come after noon on Saturday, and after 10 a.m. on Sunday.
Take a look at some ideas to help you have a great time at the sale. Read our Hot Tips for Happy Shopping.
Post-Sale Plant Care Tips
We know you're excited to get digging after you leave the plant sale with your new-found treasures. Here are some tips to help you get off to a great start!
Free Plant for Membership
Sign-up for a Seattle Tilth membership (or renew your membership) at the sale and take home a free plant ($3 value) of your choosing. Receive a coupon at the entrance. Find out about benefits of membership.
Thank You Edible Plant Sale Sponsors!
Sponsor the Edible Plant Sale
Businesses and organizations can support Seattle Tilth's mission and connect with our community through event sponsorship. Contact us to find out about sponsor opportunities with Seattle Tilth (206) 633-0451 ext. 119.
TransportCarpool and park in the neighborhood, take the bus (#16, #44) or ride your bike with trailer. Bring wagons, carrying devices and friends (to help carry!). Get directions.
At the sale we will accept cash, checks with ID and Visa/Master Card credit cards.
We appreciate help getting the word out! Print the poster and put up in your neighborhood.
See the Video
Check out a short video of the Edible Plant Sale by Len Davis at Pangeality Productions:
Summer gardening, here we come!