Plant sale- What are your choices?

yomamanem(7B Georgia)February 17, 2008

Well, it's getting time to start potting up plants for our annual Master Gardener plant sale. We were not sure if it would be such a good idea to have it with our current drought; however, we have decided to emphasize drought tolerant plants. For you experienced gardeners: What are some of your toughest plants that you would recommend to those brave souls who want to keep trying? I have quite a few tried and true things that I am going to propagate and divide.

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vicki7(z7 N.Ga.)

When is the Master gardener plant sale? I would love to come.

    Bookmark   February 17, 2008 at 9:18PM
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girlgroupgirl(8 ATL)

Bearded Iris
Purple Cone Flower
all types of black eyed susans and the more unique the better!!
bulbs of any kind
phlox - the carpeting kind
creeping thyme
pussywillows - mine are rremarkably drought tolerant!
confederate rose
hens chicks
groundcover veronica

Just a few,

    Bookmark   February 17, 2008 at 11:07PM
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yomamanem(7B Georgia)

Our plant sale is always the Saturday before Monhers Day in Carrollton at the Agriculture Center. It is a big event. Like I said, it may be different this time because of the drought.

    Bookmark   February 18, 2008 at 9:23PM
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WestEnder(z7 Atlanta GA)

Anything edible, because those plants can still be watered.

    Bookmark   February 18, 2008 at 10:55PM
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yomamanem(7B Georgia)

We usually have herbs, tomatoes, peppers, etc. It just depends on what Master Gardeners bring to sell.

    Bookmark   February 19, 2008 at 10:37AM
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