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Mar 20, 2017


Willowside School
Saturday’s 9-2p ~Mar 11, Apr 1, Apr 22, May 13, Jun 3, Jun 24, Aug 19, Sept 9, Sept 30, Oct 21, Nov 11
5299 Hall Rd. Santa Rosa (Entrance on Willowside Rd.)
Working middle school nursery with student involvement. Variety of low water and drought tolerant perennials, California natives, multitude of succulents, grasses, salvias, and plants to invite insects, butterflies and hummingbirds. $4 for 1 gallon container. Japanese Maples 3-6 ft tall at $25 to $45 per tree! Rain does not cancel. No veggies.

Santa Rosa Junior College
Mar 14, Apr 11 ~10-2p
May 7Day Under Oaks 10-4p
1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa
Lark Hall Greenhouse, same building as Planetarium
Plants sales are student and volunteer run with all proceeds going toward Horticulture Student Scholarships.

Windsor Garden Club
Mar 19 ~ 1-3p -Succulent Day Workshop and Swap
Apr 23 ~ 10-2p -Birds and the Bees Spring Plant Sale at Windsor’s Earth Day Health and Wellness Festival
Oct 22 ~ 10-1p - Succulent-Topped Pumpkin Sale
P.O Box 892 Windsor
All events are at Windsor Town Green @ McClellan and Market St, Windsor

The Sonoma County Orchid Society
Apr 1 & 2 
Sat: 10-5p & Sun: 10-4p - $8.00
Santa Rosa Veteran’s Bldg,
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa.
Orchids in Wonderland - 60th Anniversary Annual Show & Sale, Benefit for the Sonoma County Orchid Society & Canine Companions for Independence®. A weekend full of fun, education and beautiful blooming orchids to admire, photograph and purchase! $8 admission, children 12 and under & parking are free.

Petaluma Garden Club
Apr 1 ~ 9-1p
488 Casa Verde Circle, Petaluma
Great selection of organic vegetables, perennials, succulents, and drought tolerant plants all grown by our members. Features “Garden Treasures”, some new but mostly gently used. Benefits School Grants, Community Outreach Programs and Local Parks. Rain or Shine   

Sonoma County Jail Plant Sale Nursery & Teaching Garden
Apr 8, May 6, Sep 9, Oct 7
Saturdays: 9-noon 
2254 Ordinance Rd., Santa Rosa
Rick Stern 707-525-8310
Provides project-based education for inmates. California Native &drought tolerant shrubs, perennials, succulents, groundcovers, fruit & ornamental trees, spring vegetable starts. Checks or Cash Only. Master Gardeners  on site to help you select appropriate plants for your garden and answer questions.

Occidental Arts & EcologyCenter Organic Nursery
Spring Plants:Apr 1 & 2 - Apr 8 & 9 ~ Summer Plants: Apr 22&23 - Apr 29 & 30
Fall Plants: Aug 12 & 13 - Aug 19 & 20
Sat. & Sun 10-5p
15290 Coleman Valley Road, Occidental
CCOF Certified Organic, open-pollinated, heirloom vegetables, flowers & culinary & medicinal herbs, many started from our own seed collection and propagated from plants in our “Mother Garden.” Drought tolerant ornamentals, habitat and pollinator plants and perennial multi-purpose plants suitable for permaculture design. Tours of our gardens & experts on hand

Men’s Garden Club
Apr 21 & 22 -Fri: 9-9p; Sat. 9-3p   
Santa Rosa Coddingtown Mall Guerneville Rd. & Cleveland Ave., (in front of See’s Candies, not in the parking lot.)
Many varieties of Geraniums and approximately 50 varieties of Tomatoes. Plus many varieties of succulents, both individual and dish gardens.

Santa Rosa Garden Club
April 22 ~ 9-2p
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center, 2050 Yulupa, Santa Rosa, 707-537-6885
Drought tolerant plants, succulents & perennials & deer resistant plants. Topiary plants including hearts, garden angels, wreaths and more. Art Dowing, the “tool man” will sharpen garden cutting tools. Brief talk on tool maintenance at 11:30a. Also “garage sale” with garden related items and other fun finds. Rain or Shine. 

Harvest for the Hungry Garden
Apr 22 ~ 9-2p
1717 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa
(Behind Christ Church United Methodist)
All-volunteer garden that grows & donates over 20,000 pounds of food annually to local food programs. Veggie starts, habitat plants, herbs and locally grown flowering plants. Vendors with herbs, bee products, garden art and gardening supplies.

Valley of Moon Garden Club
Apr 22 ~ 9-12p
276 East Napa Street, Sonoma
4” and 1 gal. vegetable & herb, perennials, pollinator plants, succulents. Master Gardeners on site. Handmade blue bird houses of old barn wood, made to specifications from Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Rain or Shine

Green Thumb Garden Club
Apr 22 ~ 9-2p
750 S. Cloverdale Blvd. (Ace Hardware parking lot)
Fundraising for Cloverdale student scholarships & civic projects.   Tomato ,vegetable starts, succulents, drought-tolerant transplants and an interesting variety of outdoor and house plants. 

Bounty Community Farm
Apr 23 ~ 10-3p
55 Shasta Ave. Petaluma
Plant prices start at $2. CalFresh/EBT match available for edible plants! All proceeds for to Petaluma Bounty’s programs that make healthy food available for all.

Redwood Empire Rose Society
Apr 29 ~ 1-4p
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center 2050 Yulupa, Santa Rosa
Roses grown by members plus companion plants. Benefits the Rose Garden & upkeep at Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center

Healdsburg Garden Club
Apr 29 ~ 9-1p
Healdsburg Senior Living Center 725 Grove St. Healdsburg
Herbs, vegetable starts, and our large selection of Cacti and Succulents. Baskets filled with annuals & herbs. Teacups planted with succulents and mugs filled with a dried flower. Clipper sharpener: for $5 Cheryl Fox from Fox and Associated bringing information on Medical Marijuana.  It is a plant! Buffet lunch-$10 

Luther Burbank - Gold Ridge Garden
Open House Apr 29 & 30 ~ 10-4p
Every Wednesday 9-12p
7777 Bodega Ave, Sebastopol
www.wschsgrf.orgAccessed through Burbank Heights and Orchards. Open all year for self-guided tours . Docent-led tours: call to reserve, 707-827-3203. Volunteers needed for all phases of gardening, administration and cottage housekeeping help. Come any Wednesday morning to check out our friendly crew.

Graton Community Club
Apr 28 & 29 ~ 9-4p
Oct 13 & 14 ~ 9-4p
8996 Graton Rd, Graton
Biannual Flower Shows benefits scholarship program for SRJC graduates & to maintain club house. Tomato starts, vegetables & drought tolerant species, potted plants, succulents & flower bulbs. Unique garden art, including mosaic bird houses. Handcrafted items, quilts and embroidered tea towels. Raffle, Live, Music & lunch, from 11-2 for $10. -

Santa Rosa Iris Society
May 6 & 7 ~ Sat: 1-5p; Sun 10-5p
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center, 2050 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa
Potted iris sale in conjunction with iris show. Revenues help support the educational iris display garden at Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center, and the Society’s “Irises for Schools” and American Iris Society’s “Classroom Iris” Programs in Sonoma, Mendocino, and Lake Counties. 

Santa Rosa Iris Society
May 6 ~ 1-5p; May 7 ~ 10-5p
Aug 26 ~ 10-5p - Bare Root Rhizome Sale
  Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center,
  2050 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa
Sept 5-7 ~ 11-8p - Heirloom Expo
  Sonoma County Fair Grounds 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
Annual bare root iris rhizome sale. Revenues help support the educational iris display garden at Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center, and the Society’s “Irises for Schools” and American Iris Society’s “Classroom Iris” Programs in Sonoma, Mendocino, and Lake Counties. 

Hessel Grange
May 13 ~ 8-2p
Hessel Grange, 5400 Blank Rd, Sebastopol.
Annual spring sale featuring vegetable starts, landscape plants, annuals, perennials and succulents grown by members. Come find a beautiful plant or garden treasure at our “green elephant table” for your Mother’s Day gift! All proceeds go to the building maintenance fund for our community hall.   

American Fuchsia Society
Jul 29 ~ 9-1p
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High Street, Sebastopol
Gerri Crane 415-892-5808
Hanging Baskets, uprights, many different varieties and colors. Come early for best selections. We meet the 4th Friday of every month at SCA, same address 11 a.m. To 1:00 p.m. (Occasionally a field trip or pot luck held somewhere else). The general public is welcome to any of our meetings. You do not have to be a member to attend our meetings, but we love new members. We also love Fuchsias, have interesting meetings, field trips, cuttings and friends.

Milo Baker Chapter
CA Native Plant Society
Oct 14 ~ 9-1p
Santa Rosa Vet’s Memorial Building 1351 Maple Avenue, Santa Rosa
P.O. Box 892, Santa Rosa 95402
Featuring California Native Shrubs, Perennials, Bulbs and Seeds. Expert gardeners available for cultural information. Sale funds scholarships at the SRJC and SSU; public education about CA native plants.





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