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Cape Cod Master Gardeners to Host Annual Plant Sale in Falmouth on May 20th, 2023  

Locally grown annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs will be available for purchase

May 4, 2023 (Barnstable, MA) – The Master Gardeners Association of Cape Cod will host their Plant Sale on Saturday, May 20, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds, Route 151, in Falmouth. The sale is held inside the Marketplace Building, accessible via the West Gate at Currier Road. Proceeds go towards the scholarship fund and public education events. 

This year’s selection includes pollinator-friendly native plants, affordable Hydrangeas and Rhododendrons, and a wide variety of perennials (including succulents and dahlias). Vegetable gardeners will be delighted with the wide variety of tomatoes, peppers, veggie starts, and over seventy varieties of herbs for sale. 

Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer any gardening questions you may have on the day of the sale. This is a rain or shine event so bring your sun hat or umbrella, and plan to garden. 

ABOUT MASTER GARDENERS ASSOCIATION OF CAPE COD:  The Master Gardener Program is a cooperative effort between Master Gardener volunteers and Cape Cod Cooperative Extension to provide science-based horticultural information to the residents of Barnstable County. Master Gardener volunteers provide education and services to the community promoting sustainable and environmentally sound gardening practices. The Master Gardener Association provides the means by which members increase their knowledge of and interest in gardening and related topics. Learn more at 

ABOUT CAPE COD COOPERATIVE EXTENSION:  Cape Cod Cooperative Extension is the education department for Barnstable County. Educational programs focus on agriculture, marine resources, horticulture, aquaculture, natural resources, water quality, recycling, household hazardous waste, nutrition, food safety, youth development, and environmental education issues facing the county. Extension programs are conducted in Barnstable County in cooperation with the University of Massachusetts and The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution–Sea Grant program. Learn more at