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The 5th Annual Petaluma Bounty Plant Sale

  • Bounty Farm 55 Shasta Ave Petaluma, CA, 94952 United States (map)

The 5th Annual Petaluma Bounty Plant Sale
Sunday, April 26, 9:00AM-2:00PM
Bounty Farm, 55 Shasta Avenue, Petaluma
Free admission
http://www.petalumabounty.org/plant-sale/5th-annual-bounty-plant-sale-is-coming-soon

Featuring thousands of plant starts, local CSA farmers and market managers, Master Gardeners and plant experts, and live music by Dana Allen & Scott Hampton!

Get your garden started! There will be more than 3,000 plants for sale on April 26 at the Bounty Community Farm, located at 55 Shasta Avenue. With over 25 varieties of affordably priced, sustainably raised vegetables and select herbs to choose from, as well as a sampling of perennials and native plants - everyone is sure to find a good deal for their green thumb!

There will be popular favorites including New Girl tomatoes and Sungolds along with cherry, slicer and heirloom tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers, eggplant, onions, leeks, herbs, lettuce, chard, kale, specialty greens, cabbage, broccoli, melons, winter and summer squash, beans and flowers! Veggie seedlings ready for planting will start at $2, and perennials will be priced individually. Come find varieties that work well in your micro-climate and share in the knowledge of Petaluma Bounty’s farm staff, Master Gardeners, and The Petaluma Garden Club.

New for 2015, Petaluma Bounty will host local CSA farmers and farmers’ market managers so you can meet some of our local farm heroes, learn about joining a CSA (box subscription), and what is new at our local farmers’ markets.
 

Schedule:

9:00AM: Sales begin (please note, we do sell out of popular varieties. So plan to come early if there is something you have your heart set on)

9:30-11:30AM: music by Dana Allen and Scott Hampton

Farm tours will be held at 10:00AM and 11:00AM
 

Proceeds from the Annual Bounty Plant Sale support the Bounty Farm and initiatives which provide healthy food to low-income families and seniors that may not otherwise be able to afford it. Grow your own food while helping others grow theirs!

Edible plant starts are a CalFresh accepted expense! We will gladly accept EBT cards for edible plants, and cash and credit for payment at this event. For more information on gardening with CalFresh benefits, please go to SNAP Gardens.