Hatcher Garden/Men's Garden Club Plant Sale April 25

jeffahayes(8a Upstate SC)April 17, 2009

Hi everyone!

Sorry I haven't been around very much... I've been pretty busy helping the Spartanburg Men's Garden Club and Hatcher Garden (both of which I volunteer with -- and I'm on the board with the garden club this year) get ready for their spring plant sale, coming up Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. -- 3 p.m. at Hatcher Garden on John B. White Boulevard in Spartanburg (2.2 miles towards Spartanburg from I-26 on S.C. 296, on the left). Trust me, if you get anywhere close that morning, you won't be able to miss it, lol.

I hope those of you in the area can make it. There are thousands of plants in hundreds of varieties at great prices, and all the proceeds go to support either Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve or the Spartanburg Men's Garden Club (which also helps support Hatcher Garden).

These are two separate sales held at the same time on two sides of the nursery areas of the garden. Hatcher Garden will be selling annuals, perennials ornamental grasses and vines; The Men's Garden Club will be selling trees and shrubs (plus one exception -- some yellow and peach angel trumpets propagated from my own private stock).

The 26th Annual Piedmont Carolina Iris Society Show will also be held at Hatcher Garden during the sale!

For more information, go to www.dirtdaubers.org, www.hatchergarden.org, or feel free to email me at JeffAHayes@aol.com. I'll be there for the whole sale, working the Hatcher side in the morning and the Men's Garden Club in the afternoon.

By the way, anyone who is local, the Men's Garden Club has meetings monthly @ 7 p.m. @ Morningside Baptist Church on South Pine Street and visitors are always welcome (you can come as my guest, if you feel you need to say you're someone's guest). We're always happy to have new members, as well, and although our name is "Men's" Garden Club, membership is actually open to both sexes and our membership is actually about 50-50, so the name is just something of "a legacy."

Hope to see many of you soon!

Jeff

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trianglejohn

Nice to hear from you Jeff!

    Bookmark   April 17, 2009 at 4:08PM
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plant_manager(z7SC)

Greetings Jeff! Help me out here. I will be coming from Pelzer up I-85 north. Do I take exit 66 off 85? It seems like that might be the way. Let me know. Jon.

    Bookmark   April 19, 2009 at 11:28PM
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transplanted2scin07(7b upstate SC)

I was lucky enough to see a preview list of plants being offered by the Hatcher Garden at this upcoming sale. Prices appear very reasonable and the selection is great!

    Bookmark   April 20, 2009 at 1:27PM
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ncgardengirl

MAN, I WISH I could come...that is not a time I can make it though. I sure would LOVE to!
I remember some of the stuff Jeff told us about before. They have some GREAT stuff! I am so jealous, if you can go I would suggest it! WOW!

HEY JEFF!!! (WAVING)

:) Fran

    Bookmark   April 21, 2009 at 10:58AM
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