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The Botanical Gardens Announces Their Annual Great Plant Sale!

Andy Grinsfelder

Buffalo, NY - The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens will hold their annual Great Plant Sale on May 17, 18, and 19. On May 17 the sale will only be open to Botanical Gardens’ members and volunteers from 4-7pm.  The sale will then open to the public on May 18 from 10am-8pm and May 19 from 9am-4pm.

This year, The Great Plant Sale is bigger and better than ever! Be the envy of all your neighbors with exciting and unusual plants not found anywhere else such as; exotic Japanese maples, Gingko trees, expanded vegetable and herb selections, native and drought-tolerant rarities, plants for sun and shade, locally grown lilacs, luxurious hanging baskets, perennials, striking house plants and so much more! As always, our Sale features plants propagated from our extensive collection.  At the Great Plant Sale, many amenities will be offered including; knowledgeable staff and volunteers to help with purchases and 10% discount for Botanical Gardens’ members.  Plants will be marked according to specific growing conditions so selection will be a breeze. 

The Great Plant Sale is free to the public and takes place in the Botanical Gardens’ Administration building May 17-19. On May 17, Botanical Gardens’ members and volunteers have the privilege to attend the event first from 4 to 7pm. This sale is then open to the public May 18 from 10am to 8pm and on May 19 from 9am to 4pm. There is no admission fee for the sale.  The Great Plant Sale is sponsored by Buffalo Spree, Star 102.5 and Backyard Party Supply.

Use #GreatPlantSale and @Buffalogardens when posting and tagging on social media. For more information, visit the Botanical Gardens’ website at www.buffalogardens.com. Proceeds benefit the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Society Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization with a mission to inspire curiosity and connect people to the natural world through its historic living museum.


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