There's something about succulents that make us so happy. If you go wild for new perennials and flowers, then you'll love what we're about to tell you. The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix is having a massive plant sale that'll satisfy your houseplant obsession. 

The garden's spring sale is set to take place on March 21 and 22. Since it's free to enter, it'll feel like you're going on a fun, succulent safari. 

An employee from the Desert Botanical Garden told Narcity that you can expect to find a variety of items including seeds, herbs, vegetables, full-sized plants, coffee, snacks, and more. 

It'll almost feel like you're browsing through a farmer's market but with an emphasis on everything you'd need for the garden of your dreams. 

Prices vary on items, but since rare and mature plants will be available it's possible to pay anywhere from a few dollars to hundreds. 

Gardening experts will also be on-site to answer any questions you may have and help you find the perfect addition to your greenhouse or backyard oasis. 

If you happen to come across a huge plant that you want, but can't transport, no worries. Depending on the size, delivery services will be available. If you're like us, you'll probably track it until it's home.

Why not pop by and check out the products artisan vendors will have? They'll be selling pots, ceramics, and other goodies for your newfound plant friends. 

Last year, beautiful living stones were available to buy. They're essentially succulents that look like actual rocks. How cool!

Whether or not you're a wild plant person, this sale is perfect if you're looking for new additions to your home. 

We're a "succa" for plant puns and everything nature related. If you are too, you should stop by this u-pick farm in Arizona. You can pick your own flowers. We'd call that a successful shopping trip. 

Desert Botanical Garden Spring Plant Sale 

Price: Free admission to the sale 

When: March 21 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and March 22 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Address: 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix, AZ 

Why You Need To Go: You can stroll through 30,000 plants and buy one for your home. 


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