An Extraordinary Gardening Event
About Sister Plants
Sister Plants is a collaborative of participating gardeners whose grand passion is growing perennials.
The sale has grown in less than ten years from a few hundred plants sold by two sisters as a lark at a garage sale, to an extraordinary gardening event with thousands of plants grown by a collaborative of zealous local gardeners. Because our gardens are as varied as our personalities, each year we offer a diverse range of plants consisting of over 400 varieties..
A plantaholic and collector of uncommon plant species
- Organic gardening for 40+ years
- Contact: email@example.com
- Certified landscape design consultant with expertise in visual design and creative solutions
- Specializes in outstanding plant knowledge
- Has a database of 1500 varieties of perennials, herbs, shrubs and trees, including as many failures as successes
- Presents educational gardening programs
- International garden traveler
- Member of Lexington Field and Garden Club, Crystal Garden Club, & Landscape Design Council
An enthusiastic plant collector with 500+ varieties of perennials
- Gardening for 35+ years
- Specializing in hellebores, flowering shrubs, English borders, and shade gardening
- Co-creator of the Sister Plants spring perennial sale
- From a lineage of gardeners
- Member of Lexington Field and Garden Club & Crystal Garden Club
A gardener who must have "one of everything"
- Gardening for 20+ years
- Specializes in winter seed propagation
- Designed and installed a butterfly garden and bird habitat at Estabrook School in Lexington
- Member of Lexington Field and Garden Club, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and New England Wildflower Society
- Plant Sale Coordinator for the Middlesex Conservation District
A plant fanatic who loves container gardening
- Gardening for 50+ years
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Loves miniature plants, especially miniature hostas, semps, sedums and rock garden perennials, hardy cacti and conifers
- Grows 1,000-plus succulents and subtropical plants in his greenhouse
- Can talk non-stop about succulents, palms, ferns, bromeliads, camellias clivias, figs, and more
- Trying to discover the fine line between avid plant collecting and hoarding
A life long plant lover and collector
- A microbiologist by profession, but plant enthusiast always
- Loved plants since little girl from father’s and grandfather’s gardens
- Once my dad gave me my own garden at 11, my passion for gardening evolved
- Feel privileged to be among many talented horticulturists and am learning all the time.
Just a schmuck who loves to get out and get dirty in the garden
- Specialize in raising cultivars which are very appetizing to ground hogs and rabbits!