Crabtree Farms Hosts 24th Annual Spring Plant Sale And Festival

  • Monday, March 4, 2024

Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga continues its tradition of kicking off spring with the 24th annual Spring Plant Sale and Festival. This year, there will be over 18,000 annuals, perennials, food bearing, and/or medicinal plants that have been carefully selected to promote successful cultivation and encourage an ecosystem of native, non-invasive species for your home gardens.

The 24th Annual Spring Plant Sale and Festival will be held Friday, April 19, through Sunday, April 21.

On Friday and Saturday, there will be local vendors, live music, kids’ activities, food trucks, and Crabtree swag available for the community to enjoy at this family friendly event. On Sunday, there will only be plants available for sale.

All proceeds of the 24th Annual Spring Plant Sale and Festival directly support Crabtree Farms’ educational programs for youth and adults and the Crabtree Community Garden. This event is presented by EPB with a special thanks to Chattanooga Times Free press for print sponsorship.

Questions about the upcoming plant sales? Contact us at | 423-493-9155.


  • Directions to Crabtree Farms: 1000 East 30th St., Chattanooga 37407

  • Free Parking and Admission

  • Crabtree accepts Cash, Credit Card, and EBT (edible plants only)

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