2017 spring plant sale

Thanks so much for coming to our spring plant sale in 2017! We had a great time and hope to see you next spring.

 

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2017 NWNARGS SPRING PLANT SALE

 

Date: Saturday, April 15th

Time: 10:00 am (open to public - members' presale begins at 9:30 am, non-members can join at the sale)

Place: Bellevue Botanical Garden 12001 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98005, USA

Featuring plants from:

Cottage Lake Gardens

Edelweiss Perennials

Fancy Fronds Nursery

Far Reaches Farm

Fringe Nursery

Madrona Nursery

Mt. Tahoma Nursery

And many more of our expert members!

Rare plants from around the world and northwest natives will be on sale at the Bellevue Botanical Garden from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 15th. Members-only presale begins at 9.30 am.

Members of the Northwestern Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society and regional specialty growers will offer a wide range of plants that grow in the mountains, forests and deserts of the West, along with plants from Europe, Asia and South America. Members will be available to demonstrate growing conditions and to give advice. 

All proceeds from our plant sales benefit the ongoing educational mission of the Northwestern Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society.

Last year's sale was a huge success, and this year's will be even bigger, so if you live in or near the greater Seattle area and are interested in rock garden and alpine plants, come out and meet fellow enthusiasts!


The plant sale is free and open to the public. The Bellevue Botanical Garden is located at 12001 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98005

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