You want plants? Someone has plants for you. It’s plant-sale week, a.k.a. probably-last-frost week – so go fill up your garden, or your window box, or that leftover coffee cup. It’s time to grow. Here’s where you can buy green stuff in the Boston suburbs this weekend (and next Wednesday) arranged by town.

First Parish in Bedford is having its 57th Annual First Parish Plant & Craft Fair Saturday, May 15,  10am-3pm at 75 The Great Road, Bedford.

Habitat Audubon Sanctuary in Belmont is hosting its annual Herb Sale on Saturday, May 15, 9am-4pm, 10 Juniper Road, Belmont.

The Lexington Field and Garden Club is holding its plant sale on Wednesday, May 19, from 8am-1:30pm at the Museum of our National Heritage, Lexington. No, I don’t know why they hold it on a Wednesday. Yes, all the good stuff will be gone by 8:15.

The Newton Community Farm’s Seedling Sale includes heirloom tomatoes, hot and bell peppers, basil, cucumbers, lettuce, and more! Sunday, May 16, noon-4pm.

The Sisters Plants is holding a sale of a gazillion varieties of plants from achillea to viburnum including native perennials, shrubs, trees and vines. The sale runs 8am-3pm Saturday, May 15-Sunday, May 16 at 42 Bond Street, Reading; the Reading Garden Club will have its sale set up down the street at the Reading Public Library from 9am-1pm on Saturday as well.

The Sudbury Garden Club‘s plant sale is Saturday, May 15, from 9am-12:30pm at Sudbury Town Hall.

Waltham’s Gore Place is holding its annual Garden Plant Sale on weekends starting Saturday, May 15, 9am-3pm, 52 Gore Street, Waltham. Annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables will be on sale. Scott Clarke, Gore Place’s director of buildings and grounds, will also be on hand, but he is not available for purchase.