Join us for our May Edible Plant Sale and take your pick from an epic selection of organic edible plant starts, perfect for summer gardens. It's Sat. and Sun., May 6-7; 9 a.m.-3 p.m at Meridian Park in Wallingford and is FREE to attend.
Browse our region's largest selection of tantalizing veggies – including over 70 varieties of organic tomatoes and 30 types of peppers! Try our heirloom varieties and ogle the extensive selection of culinary herbs and edible flowers.
This sale features warm season crops like tomatoes, peppers, squash and corn that will thrive in summer weather. New gardeners: don’t fret – you’ll be well-equipped for the summer season! We have plenty of easy to grow plants and our on-site garden educators will help you choose the best plants for your garden.
We’d LOVE your help as a volunteer! We need upwards of 500 volunteers at the sale on Saturday, May 6, Sunday, May 7 and during the week leading up to the event.
Volunteering is a great way to meet people and have fun while supporting Tilth Alliance. Plus, you get snacks and an invitation to attend our Early Bird Sale for FREE!
There are a variety of volunteer opportunities before, during and after the event. Sign ups will be available soon!
EARLY BIRD SALE — Friday, May 5; 5-7 p.m.
Get first pick of the plants, avoid the crowds and support Seattle Tilth when you buy a ticket for our Early Bird Sale. A limited number of tickets are available for $25.
FIND OUT MORE
Check out the plant lists, see the schedule of educational presentations, live music and activities and get some hot tips for easy shopping when you visit our website.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US!
All the proceeds from this event support Tilth Alliance's organic garden and farm education programs for all ages in the region. You're helping build a sustainable local food system for all. Find out more about our work: tilthalliance.org/
Invite your friends and share widely to your networks. Thanks for your support!
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Tilth Alliance is building an ecologically sound, economically viable and socially equitable food system.