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Annual Monsoon Plant Sale

July 12 @ 10:00 am - July 14 @ 5:00 pm

With the approach of the monsoons, July marks the traditional planting time for many crops in Southern AZ, and is often referred to as “Second Spring”. Don’t miss the opportunity to pick up arid-adapted, heat tolerant plants from regional growers for your monsoon garden!

Growers include: Native Seeds/SEARCH, Nighthawks Native Nursery, Mission Gardens and Vilardi Gardens.

There will be a variety of fruit, veggie and herb starts, as well as wildflowers – Figs, grapes, quince, pomegranates, tomatoes, I’itois Onions, Queen’s Wreath, Luffa, Mexicalli Tomatillo and more.

The sale takes place outside of the NS/S Retail Shop which will be open all three days of the sale. The shop carries a variety of seeds, foods, spices, books and Native American arts and crafts.


July 12 @ 10:00 am
July 14 @ 5:00 pm


Native Seeds/SEARCH
3061 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, 85719 United States
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