CGBG's Spring Plant Sale
Friday, April 14: 1 to 4 pm AND
Saturday, April 15: 9 am to 1 pm
The region's plant sale event for unusual and hard-to-find plants is coming!
Take your pick as to which day you'd like to come to the Spring Plant Sale in 2017 -- either Friday afternoon or Saturday morning. It's now a Savannah tradition: our Spring Plant Sale is always the Friday and Saturday before Easter Sunday. Native plants, vines, annuals and perennials, woody shrubs, trees and hardy tropicals are available for purchase. Come early either day for best selection because many of our most interesting specialty plants (especially native ones) tend to sell out first!
Come and browse tables next to the Lakeside Pavilion to find new plants for your garden. Enter CGBG from our Canebrake Road entrance and turn left to park in the grassy Event Field. There's no charge to attend the Spring Plant Sale. Stop by the Gift Shop in the Visitor Center for additional gardening items, including books, metal garden art/stakes and T-shirts.
Curious as to what's for sale this year? A nearly final plant list (we continue to acquire plants up until the sale from growers) will be available on this page (link for a Word or .pdf file) showing which hardy tropicals, Georgia natives, trees, perennials, vines, groundcovers and bromeliads we have lined up. Look for it at the end of March once we have a much better idea of the plant selections that we have that are of a size and quality presentable for this year's Spring Plant Sale!
Prices vary on plant container size, but will range from $5 to $50, with larger and rarest (harder-to-acquire) plants priced in the higher end of this range. Cash and credit card accepted (debit cards as well if a Visa or MC logo is on the card). Be savvy and bring your own wagon or small garden cart to help you shop the sale and corral your finds.
All proceeds from our spring plant sale benefits our maintenance efforts and garden expansion here at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens. Among the projects in 2017 include additional aluminum plant signs and stakes across many new garden areas and planting the shade trees around the Great Lawn oval.