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Plant sale- What are your choices?

Posted by yomamanem 7B Georgia (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 17, 08 at 10:58

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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RE: Plant sale- What are your choices?

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


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RE: Plant sale- What are your choices?

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
sedums
hens chicks
groundcover veronica
saparonia

Just a few,
GGG


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RE: Plant sale- What are your choices?

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.


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RE: Plant sale- What are your choices?

Anything edible, because those plants can still be watered.


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RE: Plant sale- What are your choices?

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


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