Join us for our Annual Cutting Sale where multiple local Southern California vendors sell a wide variety of Plumeria cuttings in Room 101 and on Patio A. Additionally for 2024, the Annual Cutting Sale will also include gift and food vendors. This event is free, pet and child-friendly, and open to the public at the Casa del Prado, in beautiful Balboa Park, San Diego, CA.

Cutting Sale Information:

  • 1000s of plumeria cuttings from multiple vendors
  • Cutting price range: Typically $10-$100
  • Large selection of colors & fragrances
  • Extensive selection of plumeria care, fertilizer, and related items
  • Cash, ApplePay, credit and debit cards accepted

  • Room 101 – A Plethora of Plumeria Cuttings
  • Room 102 – Fantastic Plumeria Gift Items
  • Patio A – Bag Rooting Demonstration and By Donation
  • Patio B – Tasty Food and Beverages

Growing help:

  • Knowledgeable vendors & volunteers
  • Rooting & growing instructions provided
  • Plumeria info:
  • Earth-friendly
  • Drought tolerant/water-wise
  • Dormant in winter
  • Bag rooting demonstration

Food vendors will have:

  • Malasadas
  • Coffee
  • Hawaiian/Filipino Food
  • Asian Fusion BBQ
  • Ube Desserts

The Gift vendors will have:

  • Jewelry
  • Hawaiian bags & swag
  • Flower displays
  • Candles
  • and more!

Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19
10am to 4pm daily
Casa del Prado in Balboa Park

Here is some transit advice for the Festival

Ride sharing is a great way to visit the Festival. If you choose to ride share, please direct your driver to 1800 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101. This will take you to the end of Village Place between the Casa del Prado and the San Diego Natural History Museum.

Parking in Balboa Park lots is free. If you can’t find parking close to the Casa del Prado, it’s best to park in the Inspiration Point parking lot (on the east side of Park Blvd., between Presidents Way and the Balboa Park Activity Center) for easy access to the heart of Balboa Park via the free tram. Take the tram to the Plaza de Panama tram stop and walk to the Casa del Prado.

Here’s a map and full tram info: