Get your calendars cleared, your garden dreams a-flowin’....and join us for Wasatch Community Gardens’ annual Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, May 13! The sale will take place from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm at Rowland Hall (720 Guardsman Way, SLC).
Why Shop WCG's Spring Plant Sale?
We know there are plenty of local plant sales this time of year. Why shop at WCG's sale?
Our sale features more than 40,000 food-growing plants raised from seed by participants of our farm-based Job Training Program serving women facing homelessness. These seedlings are grown with the utmost care at our certified organic Green Phoenix Farm.
In other words, when you shop our Spring Plant Sale, you'll gift your garden with healthy plant starts while also helping us work toward our vision of a community where everyone has access to healthy, local food.
The sale will also feature...
- 75 tomato varieties
- 18 new pepper varieties (ranging from sweet to death peppers)
- An expanded selection of seed potatoes
- Beautiful onion, leek and shallot starts
- Edible perennials and herbs
- Flowers, grasses and native plants
- Wild Valley Farms bagged compost
- Live Earth Soil Conditioner
- SNAP EBT accepted for all food growing plants
Browse Our Varieties
Start planning your garden by browsing the lists of annuals and select edible perennials and flowers grown at our Green Phoenix Farm that will be available at the sale. Note that we will also be selling non-WCG grown flowers, grasses and native plants that are not reflected in these resources.
- 2023 Spring Plant Sale Catalog: view in-depth profiles of each variety grown at our Green Phoenix Farm, complete with photos, plant care tips and history, etc.
- 2023 Spring Plant Sale Quick Reference List: use this list as a quick reference tool for planning your plant sale purchases. This resource lists the same varieties as the catalog, but in a condensed format!
- 2023 Tomatoes by Characteristic: looking for that perfect pink, cherry, or heat-tolerant tomato? Make sense of our 75 tomato varieties with this handy list!
Happy garden planning, and we hope to see you in May!