Veggie Fest and Plant Sale Saturday at Cromwell Park

Tuesday, May 14, 2019


Plant Sale, May 18 at Cromwell Park, 9 to 5
and Veggie Fest: Free Family-Friendly Fun for Everyone, 12 to 3


Diggin’ Shoreline's annual Plant Sale fundraiser is this Saturday, May 18 at Cromwell Park NE 180th and Meridian Ave N from 9am to 5pm.

Plant lovers will want to arrive early to purchase veggies, perennials, and annuals grown from heirloom, open-pollinated and certified organic seed.

There’ll also be 18 varieties of tomatoes for tomato lovers, hardened off and ready to hit the ground running. Choose from a great selection of native plants, too. (Cash and personal checks welcome; sorry… no credit cards).

Join us for “Veggie Fest” rain or shine, from 12 Noon to 3pm

Bring a lawn chair. Invite your family and friends to join in the fun, under cover, and free of charge:
  • Relax to the music of Chris Poage in the amphitheater.
  • Get your face painted with an awesome bumble bee, butterfly, or hummingbird!
  • Kids: Make a cool nature craft!

We could use some extra event help!


It takes a lot of effort to hold a one-day plant sale in a public park! We can always use extra hands. 

You need not have gardener knowledge to help out. Just a friendly smile and willingness to help folks find plants and pitch in where needed. 

Organic veggie growers willing to help with planting tips with new gardeners are welcome, too. 

Kids crafts area can use a helper or two to keep supplies stocked and organized, ready for little gardeners. And extra hands make lighter work of set-up and clean-up. To volunteer reply to this email with your time availability between 7:30am to 5:00pm. Even just a hour is most appreciated. 

Diggin’ Shoreline is a local, all-volunteer, 501©3 non-profit organization serving Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. Together, we practice, teach, and learn from each other healthy, sustainable ways to garden and build community, and most of all, have fun!




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