Plant Sale


Friday May 19 to Saturday May 20 2023

This is one of the big activities of the garden year

Donate Plants!  Buy Plants! 

Our 2022 Sale Results: 

The Grimsby Garden Club is very thankful for all the support we received last weekend for the Garden Club’s  52nd annual plant sale.

not only did we have our local Grimsby residents come and participate, but purchasers from surrounding areas - Lincoln, West Lincoln - and Niagara-on-the-Lake and Ancaster.  Niagara on the lake and Ancaster come out and support.

We are extremely grateful for all of the wholesale and retail nurseries, greenhouses, and garden centres in the Niagara region.  They play a major role in making the plant sale a success.  

And to think this all started in 1970 with a group of people that wanted to share gardening within the community.   What did they do? They dug up plants from their garden and exchanged with other people in the community.

Today there are more than 140 active members in Grimsby Garden Club - we are so proud to support and provide scholarships to two students registered in the horticultural  program sat our local high schools.  And that’s just one achievement of the Club - there’s so many more.

We have monthly meetings at the Grimsby Livingston community centre with monthly guest speakers that  are interesting and informative.

Our  next meeting is Monday, June 27 @7 pm 

Please come out to one of our Grimsby Garden Club meetings to see what we’re all about or visit us on Facebook/Instagram or our website.  The Trillium Program is open this month, and our 2022 garden tour is on July 16th.

Liza Fuller, 

Plant Sale Chair


                           Thanks to everyone who purchased trees 

in the Earth Day Sale! 

Pick up date May 6th 2022!

Spring is the perfect time to add trees and shrubs to your garden and this year, why not pick a tree that benefits everyone who spends time in your yard? Native plants support a range of native species from butterflies to birds and add interest for people, too. Gardeners don’t have to do a big conversion to a native landscape. Every added native plant helps, and trees help the most!  

That’s why the Grimsby Garden Club and Ontariogreen, in partnership with the Town of Grimsby, is holding their Annual Earth Day Carolinian Native Tree & Shrub Sale. 


The trees and shrubs for sale are native to our special Carolinian eco-zone. They are critical to our birds and their fledglings in the Spring and to our pollinators throughout the season. Bringing native trees to each home is a simple and critical step to keeping Grimsby’s natural heritage intact. Consider the vibrantly-coloured, spring-blooming Redbud this year.


There will be more than a dozen species to choose from. A list of the trees and shrubs available, along with information about their features, size, soil requirements etc. is available here:  


Payment for your tree and shrub order can be made securely online through PayPal, Debit or Credit Card.


The trees and shrubs sizes available are: 1 gal pot size for $20; 2 gal pot size for $30 and $40 for a 3 gal pot size.


All the trees and shrubs orders can be picked up at the Town of Grimsby’s Peach King Centre parking lot (back parking lot) at 160 Livingston Ave, Grimsby, on Saturday, May 7th between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Alternate arrangements can be made by calling Liza Fuller at 289-680-6087.


The Grimsby Garden Club and Ontariogreen would like to thank the Town of Grimsby; Earthgen Tree Nursery ( and Field 2 Home ( for their support of the Carolinian Native Tree/Shrub sale.



For more information, please contact Marilyn Cornwell at 

or Liza Fuller at

2022 Plant Sale
Friday June 3rd and Saturday June 4th


2021: Our 51st Annual Plant Sale was a Success!

This year the Plant Sale was held outdoors at 472 Woolverton Road by appointment, following COVID protocols. There was a wide variety of annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, vegetables, and even Native / Carolinian trees.  Our donations from wholesalers and retailers was substantially larger than last year's.

We had visitors from Hamilton Horticultural Society and Niagara-on-the-Lake Garden Club who provided wonderful feedback on our plant variety and knowledge about the plants. Three cheers for our amazing team of volunteers. 

A special THANK YOU to those that donated plants. Without you and the amazing support from our local nurseries, we would not have had the success we did. Again... thank you.

We did have some plants left over including grasses, hostas and day lilies. Some of these will be donated to the YMCA and Elm Street gardens. As for the rest, you are welcome to take a country drive to 472 Woolverton Rd and if you see some leftover plants you'd like, help yourself and make a donation to the Grimsby Garden Club Plant Sale. You will see a cash box with the left over plants.

This year’s plant sale revenue exceeded fundraising goals and set a new record high for money raised. This puts the garden club on good footing to continue supporting town beautification projects, our monthly speaker series and student scholarships.

A special thank you to our dig team Joe Fisher and Stephen Hargrave and to my co-chair Marilyn Cornwell.

Liza Fuller
Plant Sale Chair 2021

Grimsby Garden Club’s 51st Annual Plant Sale coming soon!


Friday, MAY 21st  - 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Saturday, May 22nd – 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Please call for an Appointment 


This year the Plant Sale is being held outdoors at 472 Woolverton Road.  We are exercising all COVID protocols and request you book an appointment to ensure your safety & comfort.  To book an appointment please contact Joe Fisher at or phone 905-319-9748.




Do you have plants?  We are looking for donations


We can dig or you can drop off anytime from April 26 – May 10 at 472 Woolverton Road, Grimsby Mountain



For more information contact Liza Fuller, Plant Sale Chairperson

289-680-6087 or