This Saturday morning, May 26, the CollingwoodHorticultural Society will be holding its annual plant sale at the Trinity United Church from 8 a.m. to noon or until the plants sell out (whichever is sooner).
Barb Collinson, president of the CollingwoodHorticultural Society said the sale is for all levels of gardeners, including those interested in starting a home garden.
“Our plant sale features locally grown plants and knowledgeable society members to help you with your garden,” she said.
As is the case with the early bird and the worm, the early gardeners get the bargains when it comes to the society’s plant sale. The best selection is available at the beginning of the day.
There will be a variety of perennial plants including hostas, black-eyed Susans, echinacea, monarda, lady’s mantle, borage, sunflowers, Solomon’s seal, lillies and more. There will also be some vegetable plants available including tomatoes, chives, zucchini, and lemon cucumbers.
Funds raised through the plant sale will be used to support the Society’s speaker program throughout the year, the arboretum, and other activities including gardening at My Friends House. For information on the CollingwoodHorticultural Society visit their website.