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Spring Plant Sale

Our thanks to all who helped make the Spring Plant Sale at Holy Childhood Church in St. Paul a huge success! Hundreds of gardeners chose from a vibrant array of perennials, annuals, herbs and vegetables.

Proceeds from the sale support horticulture student scholarships at the University of Minnesota and youth group gardening projects in Ramsey County.

Enjoy the growing season and we'll see you at next year's sale!


What's New This Year:

2022 Spring Plant Sale
will be in-person

More details will follow

COVID-19 Safety Information

The University of Minnesota Extension is committed to the health and well-being of all of its employees, volunteers and community partners and will do what is necessary to ensure the safety of all stakeholders. During this time of COVID-19, Extension Programs will follow the recommendations of the Minnesota Department of Health regarding safe practices in order to provide a safe environment and minimize the spread of the virus in our communities.

Over 300 plant varieties

Find something for every garden

  • Over 50 types of tomatoes

  • Native plants for sun and shade

  • Common and specialty herbs

  • Annual flowers for containers and garden beds

  • Hanging baskets

  • Vegetable favorites

  • Hostas & daylilies

  • Houseplants

For more information:

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New Items this year

Try something new

  • Garden gloves

  • UV-resistant pens for plant stakes and labels

  • Garden journals

  • Garden books 

About the Sale

What's in the RCMG 2022 Spring Plant Sale?

The sale features a wide variety of plants grown by Master Gardeners or select local growers. We are also offering our excellent quality gardening gloves for only $5 a pair -- a great deal and the perfect gift for any gardener.


One thing that you will not find in our  plant sale are divisions of mature landscape plants. A new invasive pest, the Jumping Worm (Amynthas spp.) has been identified in Ramsey County. These worms contribute to major forest ecosystem disturbance and are also troublesome for homeowners and gardeners. They negatively impact soil structure and reduce plant growth. To prevent the spread of this destructive pest, the Ramsey County Master Gardener Volunteer program will not be distributing any landscape plants this year. 


When is the sale?

The sale will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.​

Where is the sale?

The sale is hosted at Church of the Holy Childhood, 1435 Midway Pkwy, St Paul, MN, 55108. Please be aware that the parking lot is a little small. We will do our best to assist with traffic but please drive safe!

Where do the plants come from?

A significant number of the plants at the sale are grown by Master Gardener volunteers! In addition, we work with local plant nurseries to purchase some native plants and other hard-to-grow species.

How do I buy plants?

The Plant Sale will be in-person at Church of the Holy Childhood. We'll provide each person with a box to carry plants while shopping.

What forms of payment are accepted?

We accept credit, cash and checks.

How are proceeds used?

Proceeds from the spring plant sale support horticulture student scholarships at the University of Minnesota and youth group horticulture projects in Ramsey County. Some of the proceeds also support our community out-reach and service projects. Master Gardening programs are part of the University of Minnesota Extension Service.


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