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Poulsbo Garden Club Plant Sale Saturday

The Poulsbo Garden Club is hosting their annual plant sale Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at James Lumber, 19801 Viking Ave., Poulsbo.

Plant sale chairs Diane DiGleria, Myle Dahlke and Gail Pignon are excited about this year’s sale. “We’ve salvaged and received donations of healthy, priced to sell plants from local nurseries and members’ gardens. There will be lots to choose from. These perennial plants, vegetables, shrubs and trees have come from local gardens, so are proven to do well in our climate.”

Mary Carter and Kathie Doran, PGC co-presidents suggest you “come by early for the best selection.”

“And while you’re there, sign up to join our club,” Carter said. “We meet the second Saturday of each month at the Poulsbo Public Library. Our programs cover a variety of garden topics. We have members, men and women, who range from master gardeners to those who are first time gardeners.”

Proceeds from the PGC plant sale support the community through grants for education and beautification projects. Over $10,000 has been given to schools, girl and boy scouts and public gardens around North Kitsap.

The grant process begins in January and awards are made in March. This year, money was given to the Raab Park Youth Garden; the Suquamish P-patch; Kingston Co-op Preschool and Kingston Village Green Foundation.

When people buy any plants from the PGC plant sale, they’re giving back to the community by contributing to a beautification project by an Eagle Scout, a fifth grade class or a community organization.

For more information, email poulsbogardenclub@gmail.com.

 

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