Past Club Events / Plant Sale

Plant Sale SATURDAY, May 14, 9am-3pm!

8_PacNW_natives_325h - May14 The plants have arrived!  Succulents, Natives,  Hostas, Perennials, Shrubs, Trees, Vegetables including Tomatoes & Herbs, and so much MORE!

Some of the lowest prices you’ll find in Clark County and one of the very last plant sales this spring!  All plants grown by our Garden Club members – so you know these plants will do well in our area.

Join us in the basement of the Camas United Methodist Church, 706 NE 14th Ave., Camas, WA, this Saturday, May 14th, 9am-3pm.

Scroll down for more pix and a (partial) plant list.

Our entire sales area is inside!  Don’t worry if it rains or is hot – you’ll be comfortable while you shop!

More info:  https://gardenclubofcamaswashougal.org/plant-sale/

Buy a raffle ticket for $1 and win one of the two large succulent wall hangings (see pix below).

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Garden Art: Flower Baskets Sedum/Succulent Terrariums & Pots – from $1 up! Check out the succulent arrangement inside a huge BAMBOO “pot”!

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More info:  https://gardenclubofcamaswashougal.org/plant-sale/ 

Partial Plant List:

TOMATOES
 Cherry & Grape:
     Jelly Bean – G
     Jelly Belly – G
     Sun Gold - C
     Sun Sugar - C
     Super Sweet 100 - C
 Good in Containers:
     Early Salad
     Patio
 Regular Size – about tennis ball size
     Black Krim
     Bonnie Best
     Brandy Wine
     Oregon Spring
     Rutgers
 Roma
 Slicer/Beef Steak:
     Good Meaty
     Organic Beef Steak (Beef)
     Ox Heart (Slicer)

 VEGETABLES/EDIBLES
  Anaheim Peppers
  Bok Choy
  Butternut Squash
  Chard - rainbow
  Joi Choi (Chinese Cabbage)
  Green Lovage (Levisticum officinale) - P
  Kale – various - red, dinosaur, flat, curly
  Raspberries - P
      Miniature Red Raspberry
      Summit Red
  Red Bell Peppers
  Strawberries (various) – P
  Tomatillos

HERBS
 Basil – A
     Genovese Basil
     Sweet Basil
 Borage - A
 Cat Nip - P
 Celeraic (aka Knob Celery) - A
 Chives – P
 Cilantro – A
 Lemon Balm - P
 Mint - P
     Spearmint
     Peppermint
 Oregano - TP
 Parsley
     Curly Parsley - A
     Italian parsley - TP
 Rosemary – TP
 Sage (Culinary) - P
 Sweet marjoram - TP
 Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) – P
 Thyme - P

PAC NW PLANTS
 Miner’s Lettuce (Claytonia perfoliata) - A
 Native Iris – P
 Osoberry (aka Indian Plum) - P
 Salmonberry (Rubus spectabilis) – E, P
 Vine Maple (Acer circinatum) – D, S, P, small T
 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) – E, P

FERNS - P
 “Lady in Red”
 Sword Fern
 Bracken Fern
 Various other Fern types

HOUSE PLANTS
 Billbergia -P  and other varieties

BUSH/TREE
 Beauty Berry Shrub “Profusion” (Callicarpa) – P, D
 Mophead Hydrangea – P (blue or white – will know by May 14!)
 Harlequin Glorybower, Peanut Butter Tree (Clerodendrum trichotomum) – P,S, tender
 'President Grevy' Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) – P, soft blue/lavender
 Yew – P,V,T
 Roses!

GRASS & SEDGES (& GRASS-LIKE) - P
 Black Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens')
 Ice Dance (Carex Morrowii)
 Japanese Blood Grass (Imperata cylindrical)
 Northern Sea Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium)
 Zebra Grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrinus')

GROUNDCOVER
 Ajuga – P (burgundy, pinkish leaves)
 Red Dragon (Persicaria) – P
 Creeping Jenny, Moneywort (Lysimachia) - P

SUCCULENTS & STONECROPS
 Autumn Joy (Sedum) - P
 Echeveria Agavoides – P, tender
 Tiny Succulent Gardens – P (2-5 inch containers w. multiple plants)
 And more sedums & succulents - P

FLOWERING PLANTS
 Agapanthus - P
 Alstroemeria (Lily of the Incas, Peruvian Lily) - P
 Anemone – P
 Aster - P
     fall blooming asters
     lavender asters
     pink asters
     purple asters
 Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus) - P
 Bee Balm (Monarda) – P fuchsia colored flowers
 Black Cohosh (Actaea atropurpurea) - P
 Black Eyed Susan (rudbeckia ) - P
 Brunnera – P
     Jack Frost
     Various varieties
 Cape Fuchsia (phygelius) - P, semi-E
 Columbine (Aquilegia) – P
 Coreopsis - P
 Orange Crocosmia - P
 Day Lilies – P
     “Stella de Oro”
     Red Evergreen
 Digitalis – B
 Euphorbia – P
 Hardy fuchsia – P
 Garden phlox – P
 Geranium – P
     Hardy geraniums - Johnson's Blue
     Zonal geraniums – assorted colors/types
     Native Geranium, Wild Geranium – burgundy, variegated leaves
 Hellebores – P
     Lenten Rose
     Various colors
 Heuchera – P
     Coral Bells (purple leaves)
     Dark Red w. white flowers !
     Variegated Leaf Color !!
 Pink Hollyhock (Alcea) – B
 Hostas – various types - P
 Iris - P
     Caesar's Brother Iris
     Various Mini Irises
     Siberian Iris
 Jacob’s Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum) - P
 Jerusalem Sage (phlomis)
 Johnny Jump Up (Viola tricolor) - P
 Kerria japonica – B, P
 Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla) – P
 Lamb’s Ears (Stachys byzantine) – P
 Monk’s Hood (Aconitum ) - P
 Oriental Lilies – P various colors
 Penstemon – P
 Dwarf Cambridge mix
 Various colors
 Peony – P (dark pink flowers)
 Double English Primroses - P
 Purple Coneflower (Echinacea) – P
 Purple Top (Verbena bonariensis) – P
 Queen-of-the-prairie - P (Filipendula rubra)
 Perennial Sunflowers (Helianthus doronicoides) – P
 Red Poker Plant (Kniphofia) – P regular size
 Red Valarian (Centranthus ruber) – P
 Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria) – P
 Semi-false Spirea – P
 Shasta Daisy – P
 St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) – P
 Toad Lily – P
 White Mugwort (Artemisia lactiflora ) – P
 Wild Violets – P
 Yellow Daylilies – P

AND SO MUCH MORE WE HAVEN'T LISTED!

 KEY: Annual –A, Biennial – B, Deciduous – D, Edible – E, PacNW
 Native – N, Perennial –P , Shrub – S, Tree – T, Evergreen – V, Tender
 Perennial - TP
 

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