Boulder gardeners invited to make a beeline for local plant sale

April 3, 2018 by  

Boulder green thumbs who would like to get a jump start on their herb, veggie and other gardens may wish to make sure they don’t miss a special event that will soon be held in the city.

Growing Gardens, which is an organization dedicated to helping to provide everyone with a gardening experience even in an urban setting, will be hosting a plant sale. A wide assortment of varieties will be on offer, and they will all be ‘Bee Safe’. The proceeds will be used by the group to help funds its different initiatives.

Heirloom tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, winter and summer squashes, peas, beans, cucumbers, pumpkins, artichokes, greens, lettuces and asparagus are just some of the vegetables that will be available to pick from. An assortment of annuals, perennials, small fruits, ornamental grasses, and native plants will also be on offer. Shoppers can browse through them all, and while they do, they will have a chance to meet with other gardeners who share their interest. A printing services provider can supply signs and other promotional products for an occasion like this.

The plant sale will be held on weekends throughout the month of May, and they will be taking place at 1630 Hawthorn Avenue in Boulder. There is no charge to browse, and the prices for the starters will vary based upon the type. More details can be found on the Growing Gardens Facebook page.