GrowNYC's Annual Spring Plant Sale

The 2016 Plant Sale form will be available soon.

Every year since 1986, GrowNYC holds our Annual Spring Plant Sale in order to provide community groups with perennial and annual flowering plants, herbs, and vegetables from Greenmarket farmers at wholesale prices. Plants are for neighborhood open space projects only (e.g. community gardens, schools, block associations, churches, etc.) and may be sold to raise other funds.

Our 2016 Plant Sale will have 2 pickup locations:

Hattie Carthan Community Garden in Brooklyn
Thursday, April 28th from 12pm to 4pm
Friday, April 28th from 12pm to 4pm
Saturday, April 30th from 12pm to 4pm
654 Lafayette Ave, Corner of Marcy Ave & Clifton Place, Brooklyn, NY 11216

College Avenue Garden in the Bronx
Friday, May 6th from 12pm to 4pm
Saturday, May 7th from 12pm to 4pm
1420 College Ave (btwn E. 171st St & E. 170th St), Bronx, NY 10456

Download PDF
Instructions, plant descriptions, and printer-friendly order form.

Online order form
Preferred, but please read the instruction sheet first.

Completed forms must be received by Friday, April 3rd, and can be submitted online (preferred), e-mailed to greening@grownyc.org, or mailed to:

GrowNYC
Attn: Plant Sale
51 Chambers Street, Room 228
New York, NY 10007

Inclement weather in the city or in the greater region does affect markets;  markets may close early, or snow-bound farmers may not be able to make it into the city.

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