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2024 Plant Sales

Each year NC State Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Haywood County and N.C. Cooperative Extension of Haywood County offer various plants sales throughout the spring and early summer.

***Still Accepting Orders for Native Perennials***

Sale for Perennials has been extended until April 15 but we have closed our edible berries and bare root vegetable sale.

Online store has closed but we are still accepting paper order forms for native perennials.

Quantities are limited so order early! You may download an order form to print and mail/deliver with payment to the Haywood County Center.

Please note there are different pick-up days for Edibles (Berries & Vegetables) and Native Perennials at the Haywood County Center, 589 Raccoon Road, Waynesville, NC 28786.

Edibles: Berries and Vegetables

Final Order Date: Friday, March 8, 2024 (Quantities are limited so order early!)

Pick-up Date: Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. -12 p.m.

**We have closed our edible sale and are no longer accepting orders** 

Need information on caring for your new edible berry and vegetable plants? Check out this care and maintenance guide!

Native Perennial Sale:

Final Order Date: Monday, April 15, 2024 (Quantities are limited so order early!)

Pick-up Date: Thursday, May 16, 3-6 p.m.

We have sold out of green and gold, crossvine, and butterfly weed for this year.

We are offering a selection of Maidenhair Fern, Little Bluestem, Wild Petunia, Foamflower, Goat’s beard, Yarrow, Butterfly Weed, Aster, and Garden Phlox. The mail-in order form below contains links to descriptions of each plant by clicking on the name of the plant on the first page.

Native Perennials Mail-In Order Form 2024

For Mail-in: Download the order form and return with payment to: N.C. Cooperative Extension, Haywood County Center, 589 Raccoon Road, Waynesville, NC 28786, by March 8, 2024. Make checks payable to Haywood County Extension.

Save the Date Garden Extravaganza!

Come by the office to purchase pass along plants and garden art. You will also be able to peruse our garden yard sale! This sale will be cash or check ONLY. This one-day sale will be Saturday, June 8.

Proceeds from the plant sale fund Extension sponsored horticultural projects in Haywood County, including elementary school gardens; community gardens; demonstration gardens; educational workshops; Extension Master Gardener℠ programs and more.