Based on OSU guidance, we have to cancel the May 1-2 dates for our annual sale. Due to notification deadlines for vendors and the venue, the decision had to be made now.

We hope to be able to reschedule a somewhat smaller event at a later date.

Please stay tuned. And stay well!!

Mark your calendar! The 2020 MCMGA Annual Plant and Yard Sale will be held Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2, Oregon State Fairgrounds, Columbia Hall.

The sale will feature an outstanding variety of annuals, perennials, vegetables and grafted vegetables, herbs, trees & shrubs, fuchsias, beneficial plants and pollinator attractors, native plants, edible container plants … and a fabulous yard sale with garden related treasures!

We hope you can hardly wait. In case you’d like a preview (or a shopping list!), here’s the list of veggies. If you want to preview the descriptions, they’re available on the Log House Plants page. Just look under Plant Varieties. And of course, plan to come early for the best possible selection!

Workshops, demonstrations and advice from Master Gardeners (including the MCMGA Community Clinic staff) will be available.

    • Free Admission!
    • Free Parking!
    • Easy Plant Pick-Up!
    • Cash, Check, Credit/Debit!

Choose from hundreds of vegetable plants, of many varieties. We’ll be posting a shopping list soon, to help you plan.

Watch for more information as we get closer to Spring!

The Annual Plant and Yard Sale is the primary fund raiser for the Marion County Master Gardener Association and funds the majority of our community educational and out-reach programs.

MCMGA is a 501c3 non-profit organization supported by trained and certified volunteers who work to educate the public about sustainable research-based home gardening practices.

Let's Garden

Marion County Master Gardeners™ are trained certified volunteers who promote the joy and science of home gardening in our community. We answer questions, teach workshops, provide speakers, maintain a demonstration garden, and connect home gardeners to the information they need. The Master Gardener program is sponsored by OSU Extension.