The 2021 Plant Sale

Plans are being made for a plant sale for the public on May 15, 2021.  We will be using protocols for gatherings in place at the time of the sale.  Stay tuned for further details. We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

The 2020 Plant Sale

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic no public sale was held in 2020.  A members only sale was held to share plantings which will be used for the 2021 public sale.  All proceeds of this sale help us maintain the town’s municipal gardens and allow us to continue our projects and donations.

Thank You for Making the 2019 Plant Sale a Huge Success!

This past sunny Saturday the Groton Garden Club brought a huge selection of perennials, locally grown organic herbs, and heirloom tomatoes to Town Hall parking area for the annual plant sale. Mother’s Day tea cups containing succulents and directions for their care were available as well. It was another outstanding plant sale, following Groton Garden Club tradition. The Club is grateful to everyone who worked to create the sale, and who supported the Club and its works by purchasing plants on Saturday.

2019 Plant Sale

All the recent rain and cold weather haven’t deterred us from digging up and dividing plants from our gardens and potting them up for the Annual Plant Sale. It will be held behind the Groton Town Hall on May 11th from 8:30 to Noon, rain or shine!

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We have a great selection of heirlooms, natives and reliable garden favorites. We have named and unnamed cultivars. There will be a large variety of locally grown herbs as well as Special Mother’s Day teacups.

Each of our plants are clearly labeled with their growing needs, sizes and colors. We also have experts who can advise you on the best plants to suit your growing conditions and experience in the garden.

Here are some previews of things we hope to have for sale this year:


  • Forsythia
  • Spirea
  • Syringa (lilac)
  • Leucothoe
  • Variegated Hydrangea
  • Holly (male and female)

Native perennials and groundcovers

  • Asarum canadense (wild ginger)
  • Podophyllum peltatum (mayapple)
  • Sanguinaria (bloodroot)
  • Dicentra cucularia (dutchman’s breeches)
  • Fern Leaf Bleeding Heart
  • Aquilegia canadense (wild columbine)
  • Phlox

Hardy and Reliable Perennials

  • Many varieties of Hemerocallis (daylilies)
  • Dianthus (pinks)
  • Iris sibirica and Iris x germanica (siberian and bearded iris)
  • Paeonia (peonies)
  • Monarda (bee balm)
  • Sedums
  • Coreopsis
  • Hellebores
  • and many others

All plant sales help support the gardens and water troughs around Groton, donations to the Groton Public Library, Trust Fund lectures, and help maintain the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden in Harvard, MA.