Southbury Garden Club Plant Sale Set for May 14 at Southbury Green

SOUTHBURY — The Southbury Garden Club’s popular plant sale is back for its 21st year from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Saturday, May 14, at Southbury Green, 775 Main St. South. After a two-year Covid hiatus, the award-winning civic organization returns with plants sure to bring color and pollinators to the home landscape, as well as hanging baskets and accessories hand-crafted by members, including wreaths and painted vases, along with several raffle items donated by area businesses.

The sale offers a wide selection of native perennials and vegetables straight from members and friends’ gardens at reasonable prices. 

These time-tested favorites are suitable for Southbury’s hardiness zone as defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

There will also be a diverse collection of annuals, baskets and herbs. 

A master gardener and club members with years of gardening experience will be available to answer questions and help with plant selections.

Cash, personal checks and Venmo accepted.

Proceeds support the club’s community initiatives, including the planting and maintenance of several town gardens, the Harriet Koons Memorial Scholarship, holiday wreaths, civic awards and several educational programs and speakers, all free to the public.

Area businesses participating in the raffle include Arts Escape, Inc.; Brenda’s Hair Designers; Heads Up Hair Design; H.H. Stone & Sons, Inc.; Julio’s Wood Fired Pizza & Grill; Leo’s Restaurant; 

Petal Perfection & Confections; Rathskeller Restaurant & Bar; Revv Fitness Club; Southbury Seafood Market; The Cottage at Main, LLC; Willies’s Automotive and Lake Wine & Spirits.

Those seeking additional information about the Southbury Garden Club may visit

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