2021 Master Gardener Plant Sale
Our annual plant sale is an important fundraising event that will allow us to achieve our mission goals and introduce new programs of support for Cumberland County residents.
Due to the pandemic it was necessary to cancel the 2020 plant sale, however, we are excited to bring back our popular plant sale for 2021 in a new and exciting format! While the spring remains uncertain, one thing we know for sure is that gardening is not cancelled.
For this year’s plant sale, we’ll use a combination of advance online ordering, beginning on Sunday, May 9, and in-person pick up, over the extended weekend of Memorial Day from Friday, May 28 to Tuesday, June 1. The in-person pick up will take place at the Village Park in Falmouth, behind the Walmart (see map for directions).
Our online catalog and order form will become available on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9 and customers will have until Wednesday, May 26 to place their order. In our online catalog, you’ll find hundreds of vegetables, flowers, herbs, and perennial offerings. All priced just right for you. Our Master Gardener Volunteers will be on hand at the Village Park to assist you with order pick-up and to answer your questions.
Have fun planning your 2021 gardens and selecting your favorites from our catalog! Happy gardening!
The mission of the Master Gardener Volunteers is to foster the growth of sustainable gardening practices in Cumberland County through volunteer services that educate, mentor, and serve the needs of the broader gardening community; enrich the lives of our Master Gardener Volunteers through educational opportunities; association with other gardeners and support of community service-related projects.
Master Gardener Volunteers in the Community
A little goes a long way. When you purchase plants from our plant sale, you are supporting educational and food security projects across Cumberland County that have a direct impact on the communities we serve. Our projects include school and community gardens, Maine Harvest for Hunger initiatives, therapeutic gardens, garden angels, pollinator-friendly gardens and wildlife habitats, youth programs, and much more.