Skagit County Master Gardener Foundation

Cultivating plants, people and communities since 1977

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WSU Skagit County
Master Gardener
2022 Plant Sale

Save the Date!
Saturday, May 7

(the Saturday before Mother’s Day)

Skagit County Fairgrounds

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Mother's Day Gifts

Information for vendors

Planning is well underway for the 2022 Plant Fair and we want you to be a part of it!

In 2019, the Plant Fair broke all previous attendance records with 2,669 visitors.  Customers started lining up at 5:50am.  We had 1,029 customers by 9 am, 1,550 by 10 am, 2,000 by 11 am, 2,375 by noon, and 2,669 by the close of the fair. Global events drove us away from our traditional live sales in 2020 and 2021. Customers will be excited that we’re back in 2022!

We advise EARLY REGISTRATION by March 31 to ensure that your business/organization will be listed on this Web page when we begin actively promoting the event. A vendor list and map are provided for customers in April. Help us whet their appetites!

If you would like to be added to the vendor mailing list, email the Plant Fair Vendor Coordinators

For your point-of-sale transactions, the Skagit County Fairgrounds will provide FREE internet access thanks to generous support from PogoZone.
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Get Out and Garden!

We are here to help with all your gardening problems. Check out the Tomato Info webpage to learn more about how to grow tomatoes in the Pacific Northwest.  You can also find a wealth of information about growing vegetables and other food producing plants on our Grow Your Own Food webpage and library.  If you have problems, contact our Plant Clinic.

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Azusa Farm & Gardens
14904 State Route 20
Mount Vernon, WA
(360) 424-1580

Thank you 2020 Vendors!

Please make every effort to support our vendors during these economically challenging times.

-A Vintage Glass Act (glass bird-feeders and glass flowers)
-American Rhododendron Society, Pilchuck Chapter
-Bailey's Beds (garden stones and totes)
-Bee Oasis (honeybee watering stations)
-Birch Leaf Farm (herbs and essential oils)
-Clark's Woodshoppe (handcrafted wood products)
-Courting Frogs (carnivorous plants)
-Delightful Dahlias (dahlia tubers)
-Designs by Dale (glass jewelry, bowls, and yard art)
-Dry Dock Goods (arid plants and ceramics)
-Gold Buckle Espresso (drinks and snacks)
-I've Got an Etch (etched glass art)
-Lichenology (wood and lichen jewelry)

-Mae-B-Market (metal and glass garden art)-Mimi's Garden (garden signs and ornaments)
-Mt. Vernon Farmers' Market  (T-shirts and info)
-Namaste Gardens (perennials, succulents, herbs, and native plants)
-Patriot Concessions (food concession)
-Perennial Pleasures (perennial plants)
- Plantas Nativas (native plants)
-Second Chance Plants (variety of perennials and annuals)
-Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market (plant starts)
-Shady Pond Tree Farm (Japanese maples, ornamentals, perennials)
-Sunbreak Nursery (ground covers, ferns, native plants)
-Sunseed Farm (veggie, flower and herb starts)
-True Her (cut flowers)
-Tuxedo Garden (rhodies, azaleas, lilacs, weigelas)
-Uncommon Objects (tiles, garden ornaments, etc)