Washington County Master Gardener

 Saturday April 27, 8am – 2pm

The WCMGA Annual Plant Sale is held on Saturday April 27, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, at PCC Rock Creek Campus, at the Hoop House near Building 4: 17705 NW Springville Rd, Portland, OR 97229. It is a five minute drive from the intersection of Hwy 26 and NW 185th Ave.

Our Master Gardeners are delighted to welcome you, inspire you, and help you succeed in your garden by providing practical knowledge on plants, garden care, and diagnosing problems. Join us for a fun-filled day shopping for amazing plants, generating inspiring ideas from our new Education Garden, and learning more about gardening. Look here for a list of the plants available at Gardenfest: Plant Catalog (PDF)

Create Beautiful Gardens that Thrive !

1000’s of plants expertly selected for the Pacific Northwest

  • Perennials, shrubs, vegetables, annuals, herbs and more
  • Create stunning flower-filled spring, summer, fall gardens
  • Compose delicious veggie and herb combinations from 100+ varieties

Ideas to Inspire

  • Tour the beautiful new Education Garden
  • Plant combination ideas
  • Options to address PNW trends

Learn from the experts

  • “Ask a Master Gardener“ ™ Booth
  • Community Resources

15-minute classes:

  • 9:30am: Priority Invasive Plants in Washington County, by Tyler Pederson (Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District)
  • 10:00am: Ornamentals for Containers and Small Spaces, by Sandy Japely, Master Gardener
  • 10:30am: Pollinator Paradise – Sun Gardens for Butterflies, Bees, and More, by Jack Shorr, Master Gardener
  • 11:00am: Vegetables and Herbs for Containers and Small Spaces, by Karen Kirby & Bob Campbell, Master Gardeners
  • 11:30am: Water Efficient Gardens, by Carolyn Adams, Master Gardener

Plus… children’s activities, gifts for gardeners, tools, books, & more.

No Pets Please.

No Wagons please, they will not fit between the aisles and within some other areas of Gardenfest.   You are welcome to use a wagon between the entrance and the parking lot to transport your plants.  We will have a storage area for plants to be held after purchase.

This is a fundraiser in support of the Washington County Master Gardener Association and the OSU Master Gardener Program. The WCMGA is a 501c3 non-profit supported by hundreds of volunteers, who work to educate the public about sustainable, affordable gardening.

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OSU Extension Service Education Center
1815 NW 169th Place, #1000
Beaverton, OR 97006

Phone: 503-821-1150 ext.2


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