The Annual Plant Sale - Our Primary Fundraiser
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Our plant sale returns, with a new date for 2021!
     In an effort to make shopping at our annual plant sale as safe as possible, for this year only the sale will be held on Saturday, June 19, rather than our traditional day before Mother's Day.  Social distancing guidelines will be followed.
We look forward to reconnecting with all of our loyal customers and welcome new customers.  If you've taken up gardening in the past year, this is the place to get a wonderful assortment of plants at bargain prices!!

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Our Annual Plant Sale is traditionally held the Saturday before Mothers’ Day on the Congregational Church Green in the center of Cheshire.  It features a tremendous selection of member- grown plants as well as other special plants obtained from area growers and a tag sale of  gently used garden-related items.

 Mark Your Calendar

Saturday June 19, 2020


7 AM - Noon


Congregational Church  Green 

Shop early for the best selection!!

Shoppers arrive early and come back year after year to purchase quality plants that have been carefully nurtured by our members.  


This plant sale is our primary fundraiser.  Proceeds from the sale enable the club to make a positive contribution to the community through numerous charitable and civic activities.  In addition to offering college scholarships to area students pursuing degrees in horticulture or environmental studies, club activities include planting and maintaining gardens at the Moore House Senior Center, The Hitchcock Phillips House Historical Society, The Cheshire Public Library and the Yellow House Youth Center.  Club members also provide floral arrangements to patients at Connecticut Hospice and conduct garden therapy programs for area seniors.  Proceeds are also used to conduct programs for our members and the public that focus on increasing the knowledge of and interest in gardening as well as awareness of environmental issues.