WSU Skagit County
Master Gardeners
Plant Sale

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


The Skagit County Master Gardeners are once again offering their famous tomatoes for sale at Azusa Farm & Gardens, located at 14904 WA-20, Mt. Vernon. Due to continuing restrictions related to COVID, this portion of the annual plant sale is being offered to you through the generous cooperation of Azusa Farm & Gardens.

Sales will begin on April 16, when the first batch of tomatoes will be delivered, and then continue over the next several weeks as new and more varieties become ready for sale. (Check here often for updates on those supplemental deliveries.)

This first batch includes the following varieties: Beefsteak, Big Beef, Black Krim, Black Prince, Black Sea Man, Delicious, Early Girl, Gold Nugget, Large Red Cherry, Moonglow, Roma, Skyway, Sweet Million, Taxi and Terenzo. Very limited quantities of the following varieties will also be available: Cuore Di Bue,Green Zebra, Imur Prior Beta, Jersey Devil's, San Marzano, Silitz and Stupice. (Don't worry. More of these will be arriving as they become ready for sale.)

For the last 27 years, the Master Gardeners have selected varieties of tomatoes and vegetables that are well suited for our cool, cloudy Pacific Northwest weather.  Currently, our growers are carefully nurturing thousands of tomato and vegetable starts in their homes to have them available for your spring garden.

Consult our Tomato Selection Tool to find out which of our 38 varieties of tomatoes is best for your garden.  Whether you want a slicer, plum, cherry or heirloom, we have you covered.

Check out the Tomato Info to learn about how to plant your tomatoes and what to do about problems.

Since 1977, the WSU Skagit County Master Gardeners have supported home gardeners.  The annual Plant Fair raises funds to operate Plant Clinics, the Discovery Garden in Mount Vernon, and to support educational outreach programs.

What kind of tomato do you want to grow?

These varieties are hand picked by the WSU Skagit County Master Gardeners to perform well in our climate.


Thank you for your support!

Thank you 2020 Vendors!

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

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-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)
-Leho Studios (garden décor)

-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)