GORE FARM PLANT SALE
bring your own box for purchases.
It's not just the great plants that make this sale special! It's also the chance to speak with Scott Clarke. Scott has a great deal of knowledge about these varieties that he's eager to share with you!
Please note: this year, we won't have perennials. We will have hanging baskets.
Gore Place is located at 52 Gore Street, just off Route 20 (Main Street) near the Waltham/Watertown line. By public transportation: Take the Red Line to Central Square. Take the 70 or 70A bus toward Waltham. Gore Street is 1-1/4 miles West of Watertown Square.
|Peppers, Eggplants and Herbs||Vegetable Transplants|
Amaranthus caudatus, Love
Polygonum orientale, Kiss
me over the garden gate,
Marigolds- Durango mix, Gem series, Queen Sophia
Celosia cristata, Amish cockscomb, circa 1570
Clary sage, circa 1806
Salvia argentea, circa 1759
Dolichos lablab, Hyacinth Bean vine
Nicotiana alata “jasmine'
Nicotiana sylvestris circa 1900
Tithonia, Mexican sunflower
Heavenly blue Morning glory
Malva sylvestris circa 1800
Verbena bonariensis circa 1726
Emilia javanica, tassel flower circa 1806
Grandpa Otts Morning glory
PresidentTtyler Morning glory
Rudbeckia”Brown eyed susan” circa 1699
Rudbeckia-Prarie sun, Indian summer, cherry brandy
Salvia- Lady in red
Salvia argenta, silver sage circa 1759
Spilanthes Lemon drops