Looking for a way to brighten up your world with a little foliage and some cool plants?

The Quad City Botanical Center is taking online orders through this Friday, April 17 for its annual plant sale.

Quad City Botanical Center Taking Orders For Plant SaleCurbside pickup has been changed to Saturday, May 9, 2020. Members 9 AM-1 PM and non-members 1 PM -5 PM. Purchasers are asked to largely print their first and last name on a sheet of paper to show to the attendant in the circle drive of the Botanical Center for pick up. The attendant will bring the plants to the vehicle and load to provide a contact-free experience.

The annual Greenhouse Stock Plant Sale on Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9 is canceled. Online ordering is the only way to purchase plants for this fundraiser. No additional plants will be offered for sale on curbside pickup day.

This year, approximately 50 different varieties of annuals and perennials are included in the online sale. Individual plants are available for sale from $3 – $12 with a majority of the 4” pots offered at $5.

Gardeners can select from five medium or large-sized container combinations that staff at the Botanical Center have designed. Each combo comes with four to seven plants and a planting diagram. The plants come in individual pots and can be repotted by the purchaser into their own container at home.

New staff picks for 2020 are also included in the sale. Twelve unique plants are available for $3, $5 or $10, depending on pot size and plant variety.


Use the order form online at qcgardens.com/plant-sale

Email service@qcgardens.com


Online orders due

Members 9 AM-1 PM and non-members 1 PM -5 PM

If you are unable to pick up on Saturday, May 9, please contact service@qcgardens.com to arrange for a pick up May 10-16. Any plants not picked up after May 16 will be donated to a local non-profit organization.


Quad City Botanical Center Taking Orders For Plant Sale
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