2024 Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale Information

Our volunteers are busy preparing for this year’s plant sale!

The Plant Sale is our major funding event of the year and your participation is key to our sucess. Friday and Saturday appointments will enable us to better manage the parking and shoppers, making the sale less hectic for shoppers and our volunteers. We will continue the appointment based sale in 2024 with improvements based on lessons we learned last year.

2024 Sale Dates

  • Friday, May 10th 9:00am – 2:30pm by appointment only
  • Saturday, May 11th 9:00am – 2:30pm by appointment only
  • Sunday, May 12th 10:00am – 1:00pm, open to the public (no appointments needed)

Appointment signup link will be posted here Friday, April 19th.

Foundation members will be able to sign up for appointments beginning April 5th. If you want early access to 2024’s plant sale appointments, consider joining our foundation as a member.

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To everyone that shops at the 78th Street Heritage Farm Mother’s Day plant sale… thank you!

Our foundation leases the greenhouses at the 78th Street Heritage Farm in Vancouver, WA where we grow the plants we sell each Mother’s Day weekend at our plant sale which is our largest fund raising event.

The Dig team is busy collecting and propagating perennials for the plant sale!

The dig team starts collecting donated plants and propagating perennials each fall through winter, preparing to offer a large selection of plants for local gardeners.

Plant sale teams have started growing plants for 2024’s sale

Master Gardeners and foundation volunteer teams begin planning for the next year’s sale soon after each Mother’s Day plant sale is finished. Greenhouses dedicated to growing the plants we sell become busy in early January.

Thank you

In past years you purchased plants by the arm-load and by the cart-load. Thank you! The monies generated by the plant sale are the largest foundation funding event of the year. The proceeds generated by the sale are used to fund horticulture education grants throughout Clark County and are a major source of funding for the Clark County Master Gardener Program. These monies support our small fruit team, school garden coordinator activities, many workshops and educational events, and much, much more. Thank you again for your generous support.