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Master Gardener Program Services

Learn about our gardening hotline, public presentation service, gardening kiosks and soil pH testing!

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Join the conversation and spread the word on Facebook! 

Gardening Resource Library

Explore our gardening resources to maximize your success in the garden this season!

Master Gardener Program Services

Learn about our gardening hotline, public presentation service, gardening kiosks and soil pH testing!

Saturday, May 14th from 9-12 p.m.

ABOUT THE EVENT: Our URI Master Gardener Program Spring Plant Sale is back! Join us on Saturday, May 14th from 9-12 p.m., rain or shine, in the URI Botanical Gardens for our first  in-person celebration of spring since 2019! The event will feature annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetable seedlings (including our 2022 Plant of the Year – Juliet tomatoes) grown by URI Master Gardener propagation volunteers in our East Farm greenhouses. Proceeds from the annual Spring Plant Sale support URI Master Gardener Program educational services like the Gardening and Environmental Hotline, our soil pH testing service, our public presentation program and our gardening kiosks. Click to learn more about our Services and to access our Gardening Resource Library. Happy Spring!
 
WHAT TO BRING: A soil sample for free pH testing (click here for instructions on how to obtain a soil sample)a wagon for your plant purchases, a bag for free Burpee seed packets, and your gardening questions.
 
WHERE TO PARK: Attendees are encouraged to park behind the URI Fine Arts building off Flagg Road. A pathway down the hill leads directly to the greenhouse fire lane where the plant sale line begins. Click this link and look for ‘parking lot 6.’ 
 
Download, print and share the official 2022 Spring Plant Sale flyer by clicking here

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