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1310 38th Street
Sarasota, Florida
Click here for a Map.

Our grounds are
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
during our three big
Annual Sales.
Please visit our
Sales Page for details.

Our grounds are
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
during our gardening
workdays, held on
Monday mornings,
from 9:00 to noon,
and on the third
Saturday of every
month (except
December), also
from 9:00 to noon.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Gardening sessions
may be canceled
without public notice
due to issues with
the weather and/or
volunteer availability.
Both situations are
quite rare, but worth
noting if you will be
traveling from afar.

2024 Mothers Day Weekend Sale

Put this special event on your calendar today:
Saturday,  May 11, 2024
9:00 am  to 1:00 pm

This is one of the Society's three big annual sales open to the public.  Admission is free.  We will be offering bargain prices on many kinds of beautiful succulent plants.  There will also be an outdoor educational program offered on the north lawn at 10:00.

Art In The Gardens On Sale Day

Watch this space for details about the art and artists we will be featuring in upcoming editions of our "Art In The Gardens Program".

About Art and Artists In The Gardens

If you are interested in presenting your art and/or craftsmanship to our arts-loving visitors, please consider becoming an active Succulent Society Volunteer.  That will entitle you to present, and optionally sell, your creations during one of our three annual big Sales.  You can learn more about becoming a volunteer here, on our Volunteering Page.  You can also always use our Contact Page to ask for more details.

The Sparkman House and Grounds

The Sparkman HouseThe Sarasota Succulent Society is located on the grounds of an historic depression-era home, recently restored, which will be open for viewing.  With its peaceful atmosphere, the reasonable prices for plants, free admission, and the fact that this historic building and our Gardens are usually only open to the public 3 hours each week, this event is a special treat.

This mysteriously hidden rolling hills garden — with a Sarasota history dating back to the 1930's — is home to rare and exotic succulents from around the world.  During our public sales we have volunteers on hand to serve as guides and sources of information.  We look forward to sharing our unique Gardens with you.

Terms of Sales and Donations

All plants are offered at reasonable prices and all proceeds are used to maintain the Gardens, fund our scholarship program, and enable our educational outreach.  Purchases can be made by credit card, contactless payment systems, cash, or check.  Donations of plants, pots, volunteer time and funds are welcome at any time.  The Society is a federally registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization and our operations are staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers.

Directions

Our Gardens lie within the city of Sarasota.  From North US-301 (aka North Washington Blvd.), go west on Myrtle Street (toward Jungle Gardens) for 0.9 miles until you reach Cocoanut Ave.  -OR-  From North Tamiami Trail, go east on Myrtle St. (away from Jungle Gardens) until you reach Cocoanut Ave.  [ map ]  We are on the north-east corner of Cocoanut Ave. and Myrtle St.  Come see us!

 

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