Now that April is here, gardening season is just around the corner. Chances are that you or someone you know needs to stock up on some new plants. Whether you’re in need of indoor or outdoor plants, fruit bearers, or simply beautiful blooms, there are some sales you’ll want to check out this month.

Here are 10 plant sales that you can check out in Seattle this April.

Rainier Beach Community Seed Swap


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If you’re a fan of starting your garden from seed this event is for you! “Bring your garden-saved seeds, excess seeds you have from opened packets, or just yourself if you’re just getting started. We’ll have some seeds to share too.”

When: April 2nd
Where: 5513 S Cloverdale St

Puget Sound Gesneriad Society Show & Sale

House plant enthusiats this sale is for you! You’ll be able to see “show-quality gesneriads including African Violets, Streptocarpus, Sinningias, Columneas, Aeschynanthus, Episcias, and Kohlerias.” You’ll also be able to purchase a few of said beautiful blooms for your own collection.

When: April 2nd
Where: 1402 E Galer St

Evergreen Chrysanthemum Association Public Plant Sale

Why not celebrate 75 years of mum enthusiasm? Cultivars included in this sale are Incurves, Reflexes, Pompons, Spiders, Quills, Charms, Anemones, and Hardy Garden. Your garden is about to be popping!

When: April 9th
Where: 1402 E Galer St

NARGS Plant Sale

The Northwestern Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society is hosting a unique plant sale. You’ll be able to shop a great variety of unusual and alpine plants at affordable prices.

When: April 9th
Where: 12001 Main St Bellevue

Spring Plant Sale

At this plant sale you’ll be able to shop from several nurseries including Botanica, Courting Frogs Nursery, Fancy Fronds Nursery, and Tadpole Haven. While there, you can enjoy a native plant scavenger hunt of over 40 species found in the Seattle Audubon demonstration garden. Fun!

When: April 9th
Where: 8050 35th Ave NE

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Lake Washington Institute of Technology Spring Plant Sale

This is a hybrid plant sale happening both online and in person. The plants are grown by students and the sale features plants like vegetables and herbs, fuchsia baskets, petunias, million bells, and much more.

When: April 14th-30th
Where: 11605 132nd Ave NE

Soos Creek Spring Plant Sale

Soos Creek will be selling plants that are suitable for PNW gardens, many propagated directly from Soos. Expect a great selection of perennial shrubs, flowers, and more including Kalmia, Echinacea, and Heuchera. A number of annuals will also be available this year.

When: April 22nd & 23rd
Where: 29308 132nd Ave SE Auburn


Handmade & Homegrown Seattle Spring Market and Plant Sale

This market combines both craft and plants! You’ll find work by local artists and makers, with a main focus on plant vendors of all varieties. It’s worth noting that if you live south, the sale is also happening at Second Use’s Tacoma location as well.

When: April 23rd
Where: 3223 6th Ave S

Snohomish Garden Club Plant Sale

A bit out of the city you can check out the Snohomish Garden Club plant sale. You’ll find perennials, herbs, annuals, veggie starts, ground covers, used gardening supplies, and more!

When: April 30th
Where: 7301 Rivershore Rd Snohomish, WA

Pop up plant sales at Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden

Throughout spring, the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden will host featured vendor weekends in partnership with local nurseries. In April you’ll be able to shop from Chimacum Woods (April 2-3), River Rock Nursery (April 9-10), Growing Girls (April 16-17), Cascadia Iris Gardens, and Bonsai Akira (April 23-24) and Puget Sound Daylily Club (April 30-May 1).

When: April 2nd-30th
Where: 2525 S 336th St. Federal Way, WA

See? April is full of plant sales in Seattle. If you’re just in need of seeds or want to shop on your own time, we’ve also made a list of some of the best gardening stores around the city. Enjoy!