My dream for future me is to live in a beautiful apartment with white walls and large windows, filled with lush plants that bring my space to life. Unfortunately, for me I know I'm terrible at keeping plants alive so that dream is still pretty far-fetched for now. But that definitely won't stop me from visiting the Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory this spring to pick up a few too many green friends at their massive plant sale! 

Each year, the stunning Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory host a few different annual plant sales. Their last one was in the fall and the next one will be happening this spring and it's going to be bigger and better than the last! 

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The Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory is located in the heart of Toronto at 19 Horticultural Ave. Their Annual Show and Sale will be taking place on June 1st and 2nd. You can show up to the gardens anytime between 12-4:30 on Saturday and 10-4:30 on Sunday. 

There will be tons of homegrown plants for sale including some that are more unique than the typical cactus and succulent that is usually purchased at these types of sales. Private collectors will also be bringing their unique plants to the gardens for people to admire as they stroll through the serene space. 

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Their annual spring sale will probably be very similar to their fall sale which had a selection of over 1,000 different types of plants! You'll find cacti, succulents, spider plants, aloe vera plants, and so much more. 

For their fall sale they also only accepted cash at the event and we expect that to be the case for their spring sale as well so make sure you stop by the ATM before you head over! They haven't written about a price range for the plants but I'm sure they won't be too pricey. 

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