Wilmot’s Annual Plant Sale Resumes After 2020 Hiatus

One day only, rain or shine

By Lindy Heim
Wilmot Garden Club co-president Elizabeth Fielding is shown with a tray of geraniums as she helped other volunteers to unload trays of flowers and vegetable starts in preparation for the 2019 Plant Sale. The 2020 sale had to be cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. Photo: Lindy Heim

The Wilmot Garden Club’s famous annual plant sale will be held from 8 AM until noon on Saturday, May 29 on the Wilmot Town Green, right off Route 11, next to the bandstand and Wilmot Town Offices at 9 Kearsarge Valley Road. Follow the signage from Route 11.

In preparation for the plant sale, Wilmot Garden Club members dig, pot, and nurture perennials donated by local gardeners to sell alongside a wide selection of picture-perfect-greenhouse raised annuals and vegetable plants trucked directly from Jolly Farmer Nurseries.

Every year, funds raised by the plant sale are used to beautify the town of Wilmot and to award a scholarship to students demonstrating a strong interest in the field of horticulture.

As usual, the garden club’s annual plant sale is a one-day only, rain or shine, event. Mix or match six-packs will be on sale at the bargain price of two packs for $5.  And, you will have the assistance of garden club members to help you with your choices. Convenient parking is onsite. COVID protocols will be in effect as directed by the Governor. See you there!

For more information, contact Lindy at Lindy@nullHeimFamily.org or 748-2627.