ERIE COUNTY, NY — The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County (CCE Erie) Master Gardener Program will hold their Annual Plant Sale, Friday, May 24th from 8:30am to 3:00pm, and Saturday, May 25th from 8:30am to 2:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo, One Symphony Circle, Buffalo, New York 14201.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County (CCE Erie) Master Gardener Program Annual Plant Sale is a wonderful opportunity to obtain great plants at great prices! The sale includes a choice selection of sun and shade perennials, natives, herbs, annuals, shrubs and vegetables direct from the gardens of CCE Erie Master Gardener volunteers, as well as plants donated from area horticultural businesses. CCE Erie Master Gardener volunteers will be available throughout the sale to provide advice on selecting and growing plants.
Master Gardeners will also offer a Soil Clinic to measure pH level for those who bring in soil samples. The cost per sample is $2.00 or $5 for 3 samples. Prior to attending, check the CCE Erie website (below) for instructions on collecting a soil sample. Funds raised at this annual event help to support the CCE Erie Master Gardener programs in our local communities.
For more information, contact the CCE Erie Master Gardener Program at (716) 652-5400, x 176 or on the web at erie.cce.cornell.edu/gardening.
Accommodations for persons with special needs may be requested by contacting Sharon Bachman at (716)652-5400 x150 or firstname.lastname@example.org by May 20th at 12:00pm.
Friday, May 24, 2019, 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Saturday, May 25, 2019, 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM
First Presbyterian Church, One Symphony Circle, Buffalo 14201
About Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County:
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County puts knowledge to work to build stronger communities. CCE provides educational programs in Agriculture, 4-H Youth Development, Nutrition, and Consumer Horticulture. Currently, CCE Erie offers training and educational programs with the support of over 100 Master Gardener Program volunteers.
— Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County
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