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Plant Sale in Decatur, Alabama, May 15 and 16

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Morgan County Master Gardeners, AlabamaThe Morgan County Master Gardeners will host their annual plant sale May 15 and 16, 2021, at the Point Mallard Expo Pavilion, 2901-C Point Mallard Circle, Point Mallard Park, Decatur, Alabama. (Yes: it was cancelled last year due to COVID-19.)

As in previous years, garden enthusiasts can choose from a large selection of “unusual” plants, succulents, native plants, vegetables, herbs, wildflowers, mixed containers, and some of the South’s top pass-along plants.

Thousands of plants will be available to choose from for any gardening need or skill level. There will be hanging baskets and containers ready for gift-giving, speciality plants, and items for the home.

Experienced gardeners will be at the Ask A Master Gardener table to answer questions and to do soil pH testing. Anyone is welcome to bring a sample to be tested during the plant sale hours.

Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 15 and 1 to 4 p.m. May 16. Only checks or cash accepted for purchases. Pets are not allowed. Admission is free and parking is free.

The Morgan County Master Gardeners Association (MCMGA) is a not-for-profit organization operating under the umbrella of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who offer the local community reliable and relevant gardening information, and education opportunities. The revenue from the annual Plant Sale funds its community projects.
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(Photos courtesy of Morgan County Master Gardeners Association)

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