The Best Little Plant Sale in Utah is online again in 2021 to keep our community healthy!

Important update for 2021

To better serve our customers and to provide a streamlined shopping experience, our Spring Plant Sale orders will be open only to those who have been active WCG community members the past handful of years (January 1, 2017 - March 19, 2021 at 5 pm). If you were a donor, community gardener, workshop attendee, volunteer, regular Facebook Live participant, WCG Plant Sale shopper, or paid program participant at any time from 2017 to the present, you will receive access to the sale.

Pick-ups at our Green Phoenix Farm will take place May 4-8

 How It Works

  1. We'll invite our supporters and paid program participants in waves through email when the online order form is available (email Laura Leach for questions on being part of our community of shoppers).
    Order for your garden from the comfort of your home!
  2. Choose your pick up or delivery time from the slots available (TBA). You will pick up at WCG's Green Phoenix Farm (622 W. 100 S., SLC). 
    To keep everyone safe and healthy, we will be staggering pick-ups so there are only a few people at the farm at one time.
  3. Wasatch Community Gardens will put together your order
     With love and care, we will pick your order for you from the 40,000+ plants grown by WCG staff and participants at the Green Phoenix Farm.
  4. Get your plants during your selected time slot!
    For our no-contact farm pick-up, you will confirm your name with our staff members who will deliver your plants into your trunk after you have opened it for us.

Key Details for Spring Sale

Pick up times planned for May 4-8 from 9 am-6 pm (subject to change)
Green Phoenix Farm — 622 W. 100 S., Salt Lake City

  • Your choice of curbside pick-up or home delivery available (Salt Lake County only - additional $25 fee for delivery)
  • Huge variety of tomatoes, including dwarf varieties
  • A large selection of annual vegetables, and organic herbs
  • Annual flowers for companion plantings
  • Bags of Wild Valley Farms compost
  • Berries, rhubarb, and grapes
  • Seed potatoes and onion starts
  • SNAP EBT (food stamps) accepted for all food growing plants
  • No returns, no exchanges, all sales final
  • Purchases support Wasatch Community Garden's hands-on, garden-based programming

Frequently Asked Questions

Plant Tips

Check out these tips on how to successfully plant your seedlings and for more information on the plants we have available!
(Note: both of the artichoke varieties sold for 2021 are bred to produce in the first year.)

Onion Leek Shallot Celery CeleriacPotatoes Artichokes

 

 

 

Annual Veggies ListEdible Perennials List Herbs and Annual Flowers List

Our online shop will be open to our community of shoppers on March 22