The Door County Master Gardeners Association will hold its annual plant sale at the UW Peninsular Agricultural Research Station on May 26, 9 am to 12 pm. Enthusiasts should arrive early as the best sell out quickly. The sale has been known to open a bit before 9 am if lines are long.
Featured this year are more than 100 different annual flowers, 70 different vegetables, and a wide selection of herbs including eight different basils. In addition, the Master Gardeners offer a great selection of perennials, wildflowers and natives.
Master Gardener volunteers will be available to answer gardening questions, offer advice and assist with selections. Local gardeners should prepare their lists ahead of time. A list of the plants offered for sale will be posted on the Master Gardeners website one week before the event. For the most up-to-date information find “Door County Master Gardener” on Facebook.
All proceeds from the sale support the Master Gardeners continuing free public education programs. The sale also helps fund The Garden Door, a public display garden and one of the county’s hidden gems, and it supports other horticultural projects throughout the community.
The UW Peninsular Agricultural Research Station is located at 4312 Hwy 42, Sturgeon Bay. For more information visit dcmga.org.