Looking for some new plants for your home this spring?
The Quad City Botanical Center is taking orders for its annual Plant Sale, with curb side plant pick up Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8. Friday pick up is for members only 3 PM – 7 PM. Saturday pick up is for the general public 9 AM – 12 PM.

Looking To Brighten Up Your Home With Some Plants? Check Out Quad City Botanical CenterMembers and the public are invited to pre-order plants by April 18. Details about plant pick up are on the website’s plant sale page, qcgardens.com/plant-sale

This year, approximately 50 different varieties of annuals and perennials are included in the sale. Individual plants are available for sale from $3.50 – $12.50 with a majority of the 4” pots offered at $5.

Gardeners can select from five medium or large-sized container combinations that Botanical Center staff have designed. Each combo comes with four to seven plants and a planting diagram. The plants come in individual pots and can be repotted into a container at home. Medium container combos fit into a 12-14 inch pot. Large container combos fit into an 18-20 inch pot.

Staff favorites are also included in the sale. Twelve unique plants are available for $3, $5 or $10, depending on pot size and plant variety.


Order online at

Call 309.794.0091

Order via email with service@qcgardens.com


Pre-orders due

Friday – Members Only
Plant pick up 3 PM – 7 PM

Plant pick up 9 AM – 12 PM

Due to COVID-19 mandates, there will not be an open stock sale in May. Ordering online is your only opportunity to support the gardens during this important fundraiser.

Order for curb side pick up at the Botanical Center.


Looking To Brighten Up Your Home With Some Plants? Check Out Quad City Botanical Center
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