Annual Plant Sale


On behalf of PMAGC, thank you to all who donated plant material, volunteered and most importantly came out to shop at our 2nd annual plant sale. Despite the rain, our event was a huge success. We are so thankful for the community's support, meeting new folks and connecting with old friends. Special thanks to our...

Vendors - Abalonemoon Creations, Colie’s Creation,  Goods From the Woods, Sawdust Fields Woodworking, Sincerely, Michele,  Zarr’s Family Crafts and Eric & Sarah Howe

Donors - Positive Perennials, Spencer Greenery, Sweetbriar Perennials, and Ten West Market.

We couldn't have done it without you. We look forward to seeing everyone next year, same day, same time, same place!

Paxton Garden Club preps for plant sale

This article originally published in The Landmark on Thursday, May 25, 2023.

By Danielle Ray Landmark correspondent

PAXTON — Members of the Paxton Garden Club are buzzing about like busy bees getting ready for the group’s second annual plant sale, coming up on June 3.

This is the second plant sale organized by the relatively new club, which goes by the acronym PMAGC. They sold out of perennials within three hours at the first sale, held in June last year.

“It was great to see people in person who we had previously only recently chatted with on Facebook,” said club president Sara Root-Simone. “Folks came from everywhere in our community and dropped off interesting and varied plant donations that morning. We just didn’t know what to expect in that regard, so that was a welcome outcome. It was also a key success, in that it allowed us to become an established club and marks our club’s charter date.”

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On. Sat. June 4, 2022, PMAGC Plant Sale held its first annual on the Paxton Town Common and it was a HUGE success in sales & member signups! It was a beautiful day to buy plants, books & art as well as connect with new and old friends.

Thank you so much to our vendors - Positively Perennials, Nancy McBride, Richards Memorial Library, and Eric & Sarah Howe. To those that donated plants for us to sell and to those that worked the sale. We couldn't have done it without you.