Bay Area Carnivorous Plant Society
2014 Annual Show and Sale

SATURDAY June 21st, 2014 - NOON-4PM
If you are bringing plants to show or sell, registration and setup starts at 9:00am. (see the exhibitor information here)

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A free event that is fun for the whole family and for those that think they have seen it all!



Come find out about how to keep your Venus Fly-Trap alive, and then stay to see the many incredible ways plants have learned to feed themselves insects and even small rodents.

  • Largest show and sale of carnivorous plants in Northern California
  • Carnivorous Plants for sale from many outside vendors
  • Carnivorous Plant Raffle
  • Rare Plant Auction
  • Plant Doctor


It's hard to imagine a pitcher plant that can hold two gallons of water, or a plant that visitors will lean over to smell the "flowers" only to find out it is a leaf with jaws opened wide looking for victims.

Great fun mixed with education for the kids, and more exciting than any plant show you have ever thought of going to. Come see how these fascinating and beautiful plants can be grown in your home and garden.

Location:
Garden Center at Lakeside Park on Lake Merritt in Oakland.
666 Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, California 94610
For more information about the venue, click here
Schedule:

Viewing and plant sales:
Saturday, June 21st, 2014
12 Noon - 4PM
 
Raffle held at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30.
 
Plant Auction at 1:00PM
 
(Schedule for participants and vendors click here)

 

Entering Plants:
Do you have plants to enter, or just want to help educate the public about carnivorous plants? We need your plants! They are what make the show. Please go to the How Do I Enter page for details.

Selling Plants:
Anyone can sell plants too. If you have plants to share but don't want to sell them you can donate them to the raffle. Contact Doris Quick at doris_q@pacbell.net to reserve table space.

Help Spreading the Word
Members, or anyone that wants to help - The official 2014 Flyer is available now for printing. We have been asking nurseries, pet stores, and any other place that makes sense to display it. Put them up at work too. Anyone with kids is a prime candidate.

Help at the Show:
We need volunteers. Please contact Doris Quick at doris_q@pacbell.net if you would like to help before, during or after the show

 

The Bay Area Carnivorous Plant Society Homepage is maintained by Albert Huntington.