The Dakota County Master Gardeners host an annual "Plant Sale" in May. Rain or shine!
When: Saturday, May 20 - 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Where: Whitetail Woods Regional Park, 17100 Station Trail, Farmington
Minnesota native plant seedlings, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs will be available for sale in containers. Sun and shade perennials, annuals, groundcovers, and shrubs that have been dug from volunteers’ gardens will be bare rooted. This means the roots are cleaned of dirt, then carefully wrapped and watered. It does not hurt the plant but is a safer way to share plants while helping to protect buyers’ gardens from invasive jumping worms.
Plant Sale buyers are encouraged to bring boxes and wagons and to arrive early for the best selection.
Proceeds support University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener programs in Dakota County, including offering education for all ages, growing produce for local food shelves, increasing habitat for pollinators, and more.
Dakota County Master Gardeners will also accept any one-gallon plastic pots to recycle.