DANVERS – Danvers Historical Society’s Plant Sale will take place for two days; Saturday and Sunday, May 21st and 22nd, from 9am to 1pm in the Glen Magna Farms parking lot 29 Ingersoll St Danvers.
This year’s annual Plant Sale will be offering unique plants you can’t find at your local big box store or nursery. A celebration of nature with many drought tolerant, low maintenance plants for your garden. Most of the plants are native to North America and help support our local wildlife by providing food and shelter to pollinators and song birds.
Native plants are not only lower maintenance and good for wildlife, they are also a celebration of our collective heritage here in New England. By growing plants that are native to our historical region, we are creating a “sense of place” in our home gardens and neighborhoods.
The historical society will also be offering a limited supply of heirloom, field dug perennials from the gardens of Glen Magna Farms.
There will also be many perennial kitchen herbs such as lavender, oregano, thyme and mint for sale.
Finally, the historical society will be selling the native flowering redbud trees as well as the low maintenance maidenhair tree. Limited supply.
After shopping, take a stroll through the beautiful historic gardens of Glen Magna Farms for some garden inspiration.