Heritage Plant Sale! May 28–29!
Heritage Plant Sale
Saturday and Sunday, May 28–29, 2022 • 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
At our Main Entrance
For over two decades, gardeners in Central New York have relied on the Heritage Plant Sale at The Farmers’ Museum for hardy, distinctive plants. On Saturday and Sunday, May 28–29 from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., gardeners can get an organic jump-start with seedlings of heirloom varieties grown with organic soil and fertilizer. Over 500 plants will be available. This annual event takes place outside the museum’s main entrance (no admission fee) and proceeds benefit the museum gardens.
Gardeners can purchase plants and cuttings from the museum’s Botanical Specimen Garden. Many of the plants on sale are propagated from well-established rootstock by Patrick MacGregor, Manager of Interpretation and manager the historic gardens at The Farmers’ Museum. Find a wide selection of perennials as well as pumpkin, squash, cucumber, melon, and multiple varieties of tomatoes. With their unique character, heritage varieties make an excellent addition to any gardener’s landscape.
The museum’s stores have many related items for experienced and beginning gardeners. Find garden tools, books, and seeds for heirloom varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs.