Master Gardeners of Alameda County Plant Sale
Alameda County Master Gardeners and Project EAT Invite you to our
Heirloom Vegetable Plant Sale
Our Thanks to everyone who attended our Spring Plant Sale. See you again next year!
Looking for Help with your Garden?
We have pulled out all the stops and put together our most comprehensive and up-to-date collection of handouts available on growing vegetables, just in time for our Spring Plant sale!
Here are our vegetable-specific handouts, as well as information on how to best deal with the drought in your garden.
|Beans||Caring for Beans|
|Cucurbits||Caring for Cucurbits|
|Eggplants||Caring for Eggplants|
|Garden||Your Food Garden During Drought|
|Peppers||Caring for Peppers|
|Squash||Caring for Squash|
|Squash||Fruit Set Problems in Squash|
|Tomatoes||Caring for Tomatoes|
|Tomatoes||Dry Farming Tomatoes|
|Tomatoes||Tomatoes and Drought|
|Tomatoes||Tomatoes - Common Pests and Diseases|
Provided by the State of California, a tremendous amount of information is available on the internet. It is specific to the unique California climate and therefore acts as a great source of comprehensive and locale-appropriate source of science-backed gardening information.
To go to the site, click here.
In addition, the Master Gardeners of Alameda County have created several short write-ups on topics of local interest. Please visit our mini-site Growing Your Own Food to access it. You will find it full of easy-to-follow instructions and information on how to grow food at your home, written by your local master gardeners .
Descriptions and Plant List
Here's your opportunity to research the varieties selected for sale. Select the type of plant you're interested in from the list below to download a detailed description of what will be offered.
- Herbs, greens, lettuce, squash, cucumbers, sunflowers and more!
Print out this checklist and mark your must-haves to make sure you get them before it's too late!