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Master Gardeners’ Mother’s Day sale returns

By , Columbian staff writer

If the spring weather is making you want to exercise your green thumb, look no further than the Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County’s Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale, with a walk-in sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 8 and a sale by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 7.

Make appointments on the Master Gardener Foundation website at or follow the link on the foundation’s Facebook page at Both days of the sale will be held at the 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 N.E. 78th St. in Vancouver. Park at the east end of the farm; volunteers will be on-site to help manage traffic.

The Master Gardener Foundation will be offering a huge selection of plants, including perennials, annuals, vegetables, trees, shrubs, herbs, houseplants, hanging baskets and mixed flowerpots. Used and vintage tools and garden art will also be available to buy. Payment will be accepted by Visa/Mastercard, cash or checks. Each purchase helps to support the Washington State University Master Gardener program. Customers should bring their own carts and wagons to haul their bountiful purchases to their vehicles. Pets should be left at home, though service dogs are welcome.

Plant inventories to help shoppers find what they want will be posted at the Master Gardener Foundation website at; each team of growers will post inventories as they become available.

Tomato lovers, take note: The tomato inventory is posted at and features 51 individual kinds of tomatoes, including heirloom, hybrid and open-pollinated varieties. For more information, email

If You Go

What : Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale

When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 7 by appointment only; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 8 for walk-ins

Where: 78th Street Heritage Farm, 919 N.E. 78th St., Vancouver

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