Preview Party for THE Plant Sale

May 2, 2014 6:00pm – 9:30pm

invitation_outside_rotateIt’s called “the best little plant party in town” for a reason! Come on down for a southern bar-b-que and first dibs on an astounding variety of plants!  This year we will be serving tasty treats featuring bbq for both meat lovers and vegetarians alike. There will be beer, wine, appetizers, and desserts to go along with the southern style mains. Party on the Patio with music provided by MC Blues.  You’ll want to bid early and often on the wide variety of items in our Silent Auction.  And for the true plant aficionados – the Rare Plant Live Auction will give you an opportunity to acquire that specimen for which you’ve been searching.

Admission:  $45 per person in advance; $55 per person the day of the event, includes two drink tickets and valet parking.

New this year - be a Host and automatically be entered in a drawing for a fabulous entertainment package – valued at $250.00.  $60.00 per person.

Rain or Shine.

Registration – regular admission  ($45 each):  Click here to register.

Registration – HOST ($60 each):  Click here to register.


The Plant Sale

Saturday, May 3, 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, May 4, 2014 11:00am – 3:00pm
Admission is free!

Plants galore!  Bring your wagon and load up on herbs, perennials, annuals, vegetable plants, bloomers, shade & sun lovers and more.  Live in the urban core, condo, flat or apartment?  Not to worry – we have plants for you, too! Don’t forget about treating yourself to homemade baked goods, delve into our used books and magazine sales, and shop the vendors that are sprinkled throughout the sale. You will find something that you have to have!

All profits support the programs of the Civic Garden Center.




Art Exhibit

June 2-  30, 9:00am – 4:00pm daily

Save the date for the return of BLOOM at Civic Garden Center.  This year’s show includes spring-themed floral artworks created by Essex Studios artists.  Civic Garden Center horticulturists will select works with an eye towards creating a lush assortment of flora. Free admission; most art will be available for purchase.