San Mateo County Event Center - Sequoia Hall
2495 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo [map/directions to Event Center]
Saturday, April 1, 2017
Free parking in the West Lot (near the Jockey Club) at 2495 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo. Bring a box, basket or cart to carry your new seedlings home. Payment by cash or checks only.
Our 8th annual Spring Garden Market is shaping up to be our biggest and best event yet! This is the UCCE Master Gardener Program of San Mateo and San Francisco Counties’ signature plant sale and market, where we’ll have over 5,000 vegetable plants and herb starts for you to choose from to get your home garden started. There will be educational tables to help you select the best plants for your garden, and we’ll provide tips on how best to plant, grow and care for your new seedlings.
On sale day, arrive early to discover a unique variety of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants,herbs, and other vegetables and flowers that have been expertly selected and grown for you. Our knowledgeable UC Master Gardener growers have painstakingly chosen plant varieties that thrive in our climate, ensuring that you’ll have a productive and flourishing garden this year.
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Bay Area Climate Zones
The Bay Area consists of vastly difference climate zones throughout the region. To help understand the different growing conditions, the UC division of Agriculture and Natural Resources identified three zones: A, B and C. When you arrive at the Spring Garden Market, find your city on our Bay Area Microclimate Chart and note the color of your zone. Select plants with the sticker color that matches your zone color for the best results for your garden. For more information, click here.
A = Hot = red: warm-hot summers and cool winters; least coastal influence
B = Sunny = yellow: transitional zone: warm sunny summers and mild winters; some coastal influence
C = Foggy = blue: the coastal climate dominates with colder and foggier summers, and mild winters without frost
Mark your calendars and invite your friends and family to join you at this fun and informative can’t-miss Master Gardener event. See you there – and happy spring gardening!