Celebrating our 25th year!

Master Gardeners' Annual Plant Sale

Saturday, May 18, 2024


Cape Cod Fairgrounds
Marketplace Barn
Route 151 & Currier Road
East Falmouth

In celebration of its 25th year, our popular Annual Plant Sale will showcase climate change and pollinator-friendly native plants, affordable hydrangeas and rhododendrons, plus a wide variety of perennials including succulents and dahlias in 2024. Gardeners will be delighted with the wide variety of tomatoes not usually available in garden shops, veggie seedlings to get your production off to a flying start, and over forty varieties of herbs to season all that produce.

As the only sale that features plants grown and donated by Master Gardeners it is unlike any other on the Cape. Using a research-based approach to plant growth and selection, the Master Gardener Association has helped create successful gardens all over Cape Cod.

This year’s Plant Sale has a new layout for speedy checkout, combined with a friendly shopping atmosphere and Master Gardener volunteers ready to answer your planting questions. Proceeds from the Annual Plant Sale benefit the Master Gardener Association of Cape Cod scholarship fund and public education programs. Cash and checks preferred; credit cards also accepted.

2024 PLANT SALE BUILDING LAYOUT: find the plants you want

THIS IS A RAIN OR SHINE EVENT! Cape Cod Fairgrounds does not permit dogs on its premises; please leave all pets at home.

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Tomatoes for Sale


Vegetables for Sale


Herbs for Sale


Perennials Plant Sale


Hydrangeas for Sale


Rhododendrons for Sale


Natives for Sale


Hostas for Sale

Ferns & Hosta

Dahlias for Sale


Succulents for Sale


A selection of vegetable seedlings and culinary herbs will be for sale in 4-inch pots, plus perennials and choice varieties of rhododendrons and hydrangeas in gallon-sized pots. The edibles for sale will include tomato plants -- heirloom, cherry, slicers, container and paste varieties, as well as peppers - from sweet and juicy to hot and spicy - plus squash, zucchini, pumpkins and other vegetables and herbs.

Master Gardener grow seedlings at home, transplant them into 4-inch pots, then transfer them to greenhouses for further growth. Volunteers have been busy preparing labels and descriptions for each plant to support buyers' success in their gardens.

Questions about the sale? Please email gardeners@capecod.gov.