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Sat, May 20



Bloom & Groom Plant Sale

Purchase perennials, annuals, grasses, and hanging plants at greatly reduced prices. We encourage homeowners to start or enhance their landscapes.

Bloom & Groom Plant Sale
Bloom & Groom Plant Sale

Time & Location

May 20, 2023, 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Milwaukee, N 72nd St, Milwaukee, WI 53210, USA

About the Event

Beautify your place at bargain prices.

Planning to buy annuals to dress up your property? How about a tomato plant or two? How does higher quality at lower cost sound for your plant shopping? The Enderis Park Neighborhood Association will be holding its annual Bloom and Groom spring plant sale on Saturday May 20th.  Located at the park’s field house, the sale will start at 8:30 am and end at 10:30 am (or when all plants have been sold, if earlier).

A wide assortment of high quality annual flowers as well as tomato plants will be available at very attractive prices.  Prices for EPNA members and the somewhat higher non-member prices are shown below.  Overall, our prices will be about 25% -30% below typical in-store retail prices. 

If you are not a current EPNA member, you can join at the sale to receive the larger discount.  By becoming a member, you will help support all the neighborhood events sponsored by EPNA. Annual membership dues are $25.

EPNA encourages residents to take advantage of this opportunity to beautify their yards and and enhance our neighborhood!


Annual flowers (snapdragons, coleus, petunias, portulaca, dianthus, begonias, marigolds, impatiens): 

Members $1.50 per 4 pack; Non-members $2.00 per 4 pack

Wave petunias:                               

Members $1.50 per plant; Non-members $2.00 per plant


Members $4.50 per plant; Non-members $5.50 per plant

Hanging baskets (petunias or impatiens):

Members $12.00 per basket; Non-members $15.00 per basket


Members $1.50 per plant; Non-members $2.00 per plant


Plants will be sold on a first come, first served basis.  No sales will be made before 8:30 am. Cash or personal checks only.

This sale could not happen without the generous support of Minors Garden Center and the City of Milwaukee’s Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation.

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