Wiltondale Garden Club 2020 "Pop-Up" Plant Sale

ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY SUNDAY, MAY 17, 5PM

Profits from our annual plant sales benefit local charities, but this year’s sale is extra special!   Many of the plants will come from Emerge, an organization where individuals with a range of disabilities do all the work of planting, watering, weeding, and caring for the growing plants under the guidance of Emerge staff.   It’s a platform for learning employment and horticulture skills as well as a source of a regular paycheck. Emerge relies on plant sales profits to help fund it’s program.

But due to Covid-19, most of this year’s plants have been raised by their horticulturist and two staff members, as many of the disabled are not able to go to work due to the crisis.   Sales are slowed at all small, local nurseries, and where we bring our business really matters.  

While we are somewhat limited in what we can offer for sale this year due to the method we’re forced to use during this unusual time, we have personally previewed these plants, and know they are top quality and value-priced compared to those at the big box stores. Even better, we have Covid-friendly pickup or delivery service of your purchases.

We accept checks made to “Wiltondale Garden Club” or cash at time of pickup/delivery

12 inch Geranium Patio Pots

12 inch Geranium Patio Pots

$22

Available in classic red

For maximum bloom, place the plants in an area where they will get 4-6 hours of sunlight. To encourage blooming, deadhead spent flowers.To promote bushiness and avoid legginess, pinch the stems.

Geranium 5 inch pots

Geranium 5 inch pots

$4.50

Available in classic red, pink and limited white

For maximum bloom, place the plants in an area where they will get 4-6 hours of sunlight. To encourage blooming, deadhead spent flowers.To promote bushiness and avoid legginess, pinch the stems.

Geranium Hanging Baskets 10 inch

Red Geraniums Hanging Baskets 10 inch

$17

Available in classic red, pink and limited white 

For maximum bloom, place the plants in an area where they will get 4-6 hours of sunlight. To encourage blooming, deadhead spent flowers.To promote bushiness and avoid legginess, pinch the stems.

Impatiens - Flats

Impatiens - Flat

$18

Available in classic red, mixed pinks and very limited white 

Use impatiens as bedding plants, border plants or in containers. They enjoy moist but well draining soil and partial to deep shade. They do not do as well in full sun.

French Marigolds

French Marigolds - Flat

$18

Orange and yellow mix, easy to grow and care for. The brightly-colored blooms last til frost, making this plant is popular pick for garden beds or pots in full sun. French marigolds can also be used in cooking.

African Marigolds

African Marigolds - Flat

$18

An orange and yellow mix, these bloom from early summer until frost. Taller and more tolerant of hot, dry conditions than French marigolds.  They grow best in full sun and actually seem to prefer poor soil.


Green Leaf Begonias

Green Leaf Begonia - Flat

$18

With red flowers and green foliage, these wax begonias have an abundance of flowers throughout the summer. A great choice for mass bed plantings in a mixture of sun and shade. Very low maintenance and easy to grow.

Bronze Leaf Begonias

Bronze Leaf Begonia -Flat

$18

With red flowers and bronze foliage, these wax begonias have an abundance of flowers throughout the summer. A great choice for mass bed plantings in a mixture of sun and shade. Very low maintenance and easy to grow.

New Guinea Impatiens

New Guinea Impatiens - Hanging Basket

$17

Available in light pink or dark pink. 
A great choice for a sunny spot in your garden, they’re continuous bloomers and produce lots of nectar,  and may attract butterflies.

Petunia Flats

Petunia - Flat

$18

Available in lavender/pink/purple/white mix.
Growing in full sun 6 to 24 inches tall with spreads of up to three feet, these are good in beds, or tuck them into pots or hanging baskets.

12 inch Combo Pots - Petunias

12 inch Combo Pots - Petunias with Mix

$20

Mostly petunias, in pinks/purples with mixed filler flowers, such as verbena or euphorbia (see below)  Terra cotta look patio pots are ready to go!  They’ll continue to grow and trail through the summer.

Sunflower

Sunflower

$10

Sunflowers say “summer” like no other plant, and are heliotropic -they turn their flowers to follow the sun. Heat-tolerant, resistant to pests, excellent cut flowers, and attract bees and birds. Great for kids!

Moonglow Osteospermum

African Daisy 4.5 Inch Pot Osteospermum

$4.50

Full to part sun.  Soft yellow, this blooms until hard frost, at a height of 8-12″

Fuchsia Pots

Fuchsia 4.5 Inch Pots

$5

Prolific bloomers from spring to fall, fuchsia thrives in full to partial shade, and attract birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds.

Fuchsia Hanging Basket

Fuchsia Hanging Basket

$17

Prolific bloomers from spring to fall, fuchsia thrives in full to partial shade, and attract birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds.

Dwarf Papyrus

Dwarf Papyrus

$10

Full sun to part shade, this is a fun alternative to dracaena spiles in pots. Thin, dark green stalks topped with light green tufts of foliage grows 18″ to 24″ tall. 

Dusty Miller

Dusty Miller - Flat

$18

Great in full, hot sun, or light shade, they resist drought and heat. The silvery color is a neutral in the garden, attractive next to any annual or perennial you plant it with. Dusty miller will grow 12 to 18 inches tall.

Sedum Lemon Coral 4.5 Inch Pot

$4.50

Full to part sun,  great as a pot filler and will generally remain vigerous through fall, and return after winter.

Creeping Jenny

Creeping Jenny 4.5 Inch Pot

$4.50

Part sun,  great as a pot filler and will generally remain vigerous through fall, and return after winter.

Euphorbia "Diamond Snow"

Euphorbia "Diamond Snow" 4.5 Inch Pot

$4.50

Annual of the Year 2020 – Heat- and drought-tolerant, dense clouds of white flowers. Plant alone or tuck into a pot or hanging basket for trailing billows of white flowers.

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Questions? Email Chris at WiltondaleGardenClub@gmail.com