DECATUR, Ill. — Do you need annuals, native plants, perennials, vegetable plants or herbs for your garden, yard or flowerpots? If so, join the Macon County Master Gardeners at the 2018 Plant Sale on Saturday, May 5. Choose from a wide variety of plants for your yard or garden from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Macon County Fairgrounds located at 3700 N. Westlawn Ave., Decatur.
The Macon County Master Gardener Plant Sale has something for every gardener and space. Offerings include a large collection of annuals, Master Gardener shared perennials, flowers, hundreds of hosta varieties, vegetable plants, heirloom tomato plants and a diverse selection of herbs from basil to lavender. The Glacier’s Edge Master Naturalists will also be selling native species of plants and new this year is a wide variety of succulents grown by the Decatur Correctional Center Master Gardeners.
Shop early for the best selection of plants and great deals. Gently used gardening tools and supplies will be also available for purchase. For your convenience, we will accept cash or checks as payment. Please note, we cannot take credit card payments.
This annual event helps support community projects and scholarships for Master Gardener training through University of Illinois Extension. For more information, please contact Vasthi Schwarz at the Macon County Extension Office at 217.877.6042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master Gardeners volunteer their time and expertise by sharing their horticulture skills through community garden projects and educational outreach. To learn more, visit go.illinois.edu/dmp or like our Facebook page.
— University of Illinois Extension
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