Annual Plant Sale

Plan to attend our BIG Plant Sale Friday, April 24 & Saturday, April 25, 2020

If you are looking for plants for your garden or landscape we have it all. Beautiful varieties of vegetables and herbs, daylilies, perennials, schrubs and trees. We have blueberries and other delicious berries and we can also give you gardening advice. 

Looking for a specific plant? Consult the 2019 Plant Inventory. {2020 list will be posted soon}

Our list includes classic favorites and exciting, harder to source additions. There will be more coming in than found on this extensive list, but please realize that plant availability is always subject to change based on customer purchases. Come by early in the sale to have first pick!

2020 Plant Sale Flyer 

Selections abound in all categories for home gardeners, including water plants; herbs and vegetables; plants for shade or sun;  annuals and perennials; fruit, flowering, and special interest trees; and some hard to find specimen plants.

 Find options to add diversity to your garden easily. Master Gardeners to consult with in each section. Booths include Plant A Row, Master Gardener Help Desk, Elizabeth River Project, TCC Cares, and more.

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click this link here now Visit the Chesapeake Master Gardeners Facebook page for featured individual plants.  


more info here Perennials, annuals, trees, shrubs, herbs, vegetables, tropicals, and pond plants will be available for sale.

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For more information, contact the Chesapeake Extension Office at (757) 382-6348  

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