Find unusual and gorgeous native member plants at the Philipstown Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 17, rain or shine at North Highlands Fire Department, Fishkill Road (near Route 9) in Cold Spring. Member plants come from members’ gardens. They’ll grow in your garden and include some unusual and rare items you won’t find in nurseries. In addition, there will be herbs, vegetables, perennials and annuals.
If shopping for plants and flowers gives you an appetite, drop by the delicious bake sale. Free coffee, too. Proceeds of this plant sale help fund internship and community programs.
Founded in 1914, the Philipstown Garden Club is dedicated to preserving the environmental beauty of the community by fostering knowledge of gardening and horticulture. A member of the national organization Garden Club of America, PGC is committed to protecting the environment through conservation, civic improvement and educational programs including sponsoring local horticultural internships.
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