Each year the Woodstock Neighborhood Association holds a pre-Mothers Day plant sale to support maintenance of the Woodstock Community Center. The success of that spring sale may depend on garden plans you’re making right now.
All the plants for the sale are donated, often due to folks redesigning their gardens. Are you considering a new look this year? Consider donating the plants you’re planning to replace. Perennials, herbs, ground covers, native plants, grasses, houseplants, small trees and shrubs are all welcome. You can also donate divided perennials along with vegetable starts and seedling volunteers.
This year’s sale is scheduled for Saturday, May 7. Drop off your plant contributions on Friday, May 6, between noon and 7 p.m. at the Woodstock Community Center (5905 SE 43rd). If you need empty pots or an alternate drop-off time, call Terry Griffiths at 503-771-0011.
Proceeds from the plant sale go to the Woodstock Community Center maintenance fund, which pays for custodial service and supplies, painting supplies and some landscaping needs. The fund supplements neighborhood volunteering, a key part of the agreement with Portland Parks that keeps the center open and available for community use.