clearwater community garden plant sale

Clearwater Community Gardens Summer Plant Sale

Clearwater Community Gardens HUGE Summer Plant Sale is Saturday and Sunday, June 29th & 30th, from 8am to 5pm at 1277 Grove Street in Clearwater.  Proceeds from the event support Clearwater Community Gardens and their activities to help create a healthier and happier Clearwater.  CCG is a local 501c3 not for profit organization. This is our final plant sale of 2019.

More than 500 plants will be for sale, organically grown from seed at the gardens and priced under $5.  Plants include more than 35 varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers.  Additionally for the first time we will be selling our CCG-PLUS an organic composted soil. The FREE event will run from 8am to 5pm, with plenty of free on street parking.  These plants will sell quickly so Saturday morning is the best time to assure that you can get a good look at all of them.

All plants are reasonably priced, organically grown, and come from our own seeds or local gardeners.  They are more likely to do well than plants bought elsewhere. Many of our knowledgeable gardeners will be on hand to answer questions and give advice.  This is a great way for you to spruce up your flower and vegetable gardens this year with locally grown plants.

The sale is located on the property of Clearwater Community Gardens at 1277 Grove Street at the corner of N. Betty Lane in Clearwater.  It is just north of the large vacant property across Cleveland Street from one of our sponsors, Nature’s Food Patch.  FREE tours of the gardens and Honey Bee colony viewing are also available.

For more details about the Summer Plant Sale and Clearwater Community Gardens see below and click on upcoming events.  We are looking forward to seeing you June 29th & 30th at 8am!

About Clearwater Community Gardens: The Community Garden was founded in 2014 with the purpose of building community in the Gateway area of downtown Clearwater.  The Mission is to improve the Gateway community by creating a safe environment where inter-ethnic and inter-generational activities can flourish through education and production of fresh food focused around a community garden. Visit us at, or