City of Windsor’s 26th Annual Plant Sale Set to Impress with New Additions in 2023

The City of Windsor is gearing up for its annual Paul Martin Perennial Plant Sale, and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Held on Saturday, May 6 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., the sale will take place at the city’s brand new greenhouse in Jackson Park, located at 2449 McDougall Street.

Now in its 26th year, the plant sale is a must-visit for anyone who loves gardening, landscaping, or simply enjoying the beauty of nature. The event is organized by the city’s horticulture department and features a wide range of perennial plants and herbs, including some exciting new additions for 2023.

In addition to the usual selection of peonies, daylilies, hosta, and yucca plants, this year’s sale will also include a variety of tomatoes, peppers, basil, rosemary, and lavender plants. And that’s not all – for those who enjoy fresh fruit, there will be rhubarb, raspberries, and strawberries available for purchase as well.

The city’s horticulture department has been hard at work preparing for the event, and they’re excited to showcase the impressive array of plants on offer. The new greenhouse in Jackson Park provides ample space for the sale, and event-goers are encouraged to arrive early to avoid crowds.

The Paul Martin Perennial Plant Sale is always a popular event, drawing gardeners and plant enthusiasts from all over the city and beyond. It’s a chance to browse through a vast selection of plants, chat with experts in the field, and pick up some tips and tricks for your own gardening endeavors.

But beyond the opportunity to buy plants, the plant sale is also a celebration of the beauty and importance of nature in our lives. By supporting local gardening initiatives and promoting sustainable practices, the city is helping to create a more vibrant and healthy community for all.

So mark your calendars and get ready for a day of green thumbs, fragrant blooms, and fresh produce at the Paul Martin Perennial Plant Sale. Whether you’re an experienced gardener or a first-time plant buyer, this event is not to be missed. See you there!

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