I made a big list of "Plants I Want To Sell" this summer and used that list for the Central Illinois Daylily Society's Summer Plant Sale. This sale has two facets, one for the club to sell donated plants to make 100% profit, and another where individual sellers can set up their own booths to sell plants. The sellers share 30% of their sales with the club and everyone goes home happy. I had a booth at this sale and wanted to generate some cash to help pay for the soon-to-happen front yard boulderscape plan. So, I needed to sell a ton of plants.
In the first picture above, that is the view from my booth. The Washington Park Botanical Garden was a great setting for this sale. All those tables above are color-coded, which means the plants on the table roughly matched the color of the tablecloth and balloon. Great organization.
Above is another booth, manned by Coates Daylilies. She had her double fans clearly marked and had a master board of all the photos of the daylilies. I picked up six fans of H. 'Moroccan Sapphire' from her at this sale. I've wanted that one for a long time and I couldn't resist buying it from her for $5 per double fan!