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2018 RSBG Spring Plant Sale

April 21 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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One event on April 21, 2018 at 9:00am

Free to attend, but bring money for great plant buys!

The RSBG’s Spring Plant Sale has something for everyone! It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie, a garden snob, or anyone in between. More than 20 Puget Sound nurseries will offer locally grown plants chosen to flourish in your garden. The RSBG will sell collectible perennials and rare rhododendron species. Of course, there’s no charge for vendor enthusiasm and advice! Many of these vendors are wholesale only, so this is a unique opportunity to talk with them.

The sale will be held at Christian Faith Center, 33645 20th Avenue S, Federal Way

Participating Vendors:

  • Blue Frog Garden Nursery
  • The Bogs of Doom
  • Botanica
  • Bryan’s Rare Japanese Maples
  • Calendula Nursery & Landscaping
  • Cascadia Iris Gardens
  • Celestial Dream Gardens
  • Chimacum Woods – A Rhododendron Nursery
  • The Desert Northwest
  • Far Reaches Farm
  • Growing Girls
  • Hardy Fern Foundation
  • Image Custom Iron Work
  • Keeping it Green Nursery
  • Lael’s Moon Garden Nursery
  • Lakehaven Utility District
  • Lee Farm and Nursery
  • Leonine Iris
  • Log Cabin Nursery
  • Madrona Nursery
  • Msk Rare Plant Nursery
  • Original Stone Works
  • Pacific Design Lighting
  • Pan’s Garden
  • Prism Gardens Nursery
  • Puget Sound Daylily Club
  • Raft Island Roses
  • River Rock Nursery – Friday Only
  • Scents Nursery
  • Terra Nursery
  • Window Lit Fused Glass

One of the special privileges of membership at the Rhody Garden is early entrance to the Spring Plant Sale – members enter the sale at 2:00 pm on Friday! Executive Director Steve Hootman, and Nursery Manager Dennis Bottemiller will also be available to talk and answer questions. Otherwise, the sale opens at 3pm for everyone.


April 21
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Free to attend, but bring money for great plant buys!
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Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden