We are Excited! The Lewis Ginter Spring Plant Sale is Coming!
Previous shoppers know to get here on the first day for best selection.
Now you know too.
Reminder: Bring your wagon, or cart to store your selections while you shop.
NEW: “How To” educational sessions for home gardeners.
Check back for specific topics and times for sessions as they are made available.
New Service! Talented designers will be on-site (at tent) to help you select great combos for your container and find the right plant for your problematic planting areas in your yard. Master Gardeners will also be available to answer your gardening questions.
Vendors will sell plants, garden art and other unique landscaping items.
While your here, visit the Garden Shop and register for a chance to win a $25 gift card for your next shopping experience at the Garden.
The Bloemendaal Tent will feature:
- Proven Winner® donated special Color Choice® Shrubs
- Director’s Selection Trees:
Redbuds rarely offered: Cercis canadensis ‘The Rising Sun’, Cercis chinensis ‘Don Egolf’
Franklinia Tree Franklinia alatamaha, a hard to find woodland native
Black Gum Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wildfire’
Kousa dogwood Cornus kousa ‘Wolf Eyes’
Hybrid dogwood Cornus kousa ‘Venus’
Special colors and unique variations of perennials, annuals, and house plants grown by Garden volunteers
Drawings: There will be three drawings at the plant sale this year. A potting bench, made by our Garden Geezer’s Club and two potted container plants.
- purchase tickets at the Bloemendaal volunteer tent
- winners do not have to be present to win
- winning ticket drawn last day of sale
- plant sales support the Garden general fund
The Garden plant sales are among the largest in the region with 27 vendors this year (check back for an updated list). Vendors will sell plants ranging from well-known favorites to rare exotics. If your planning to attend your first Lewis Ginter Plant Sale it most-likely will not be your last!! Don’t miss this highly anticipated event.
Plant sale is FREE to public; however regular Garden admission is required to enter the Garden.
Don’t Forget! Bring your wagon or cart.