Annual Spring Plant Sale
Each Spring the Covered Bridge Garden Club holds a Spring Plant Sale where we offer a wide variety of beautiful, colorful plants, patio pots, and hanging baskets to dress up your yard and patio. Proceeds from the sale benefit the club and the work we do in the community. PLEASE NOTE: all orders must be picked up. We do not ship plants.
All the plants that are offered will be categorized as needing SUN, PART SUN/PART SHADE or SHADE. Here is the definition of what those categories mean in terms of sun exposure.
SUN-6+ hours of direct sun/day
SHADE-less than 4 hours of direct sun/day
PART SUN/PART SHADE-4-6 hours of sun/day. The primary difference here is that the Part Sun plants need SOME afternoon sun whereas the Part Shade plants do best with morning sun only.
Whenever specific sun exposure details are known, they will be stated as part of the plant description.
Please visit our new “Ideas & Inspiration“ page to view different container combinations.
Some New Plant Sale Items for 2024
Who We Help
The Covered Bridge Garden Club provides ongoing support to Diamond Rock School House. We provide and hang nine different seasonal wreaths on the front door each year and have made financial contributions to landscaping of the property.
The major focus of recent Plant Sale donations has been the Valley Forge Park Alliance. This 501 (c)3, formerly known as the Friends of Valley Forge Park, was established in 1976 to support the park. It strives to increase the educational value of the park, improve the visitor experience, and serve as an advocate for the park. With Valley Forge National Historical Park being in our own backyard, the Covered Bridge Garden Club is proud to donate to this worthy non-profit.
Covered Bridge Garden Club has also supported:
- Chester County Open Land Conservancy
- Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust’s renovation of the Jones Log Barn
- Spring Brook Farm’s summer camp
- Phoenixville YMCA Camp Scholarship Fund
- Bournefly’s summer camp
- Save the Monarchs
To learn more, visit our History & Giving page.
For more information contact Bridget Lininger.