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Pinelands Preservation Alliance Plant Sale

Posted by agardenstateof_mind 7a/b NJ (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 22:35

From their web site:

"Earth Day Native Plant Sale

Sunday, April 25

Join us at the Bishop Farmstead as we welcome spring and celebrate Earth Day at our fifth annual Native Plant Sale. For directions, click here.

PPA will have for sale limited quantities of trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that are native to the Pinelands and/or south Jersey. These plants are excellent for use in backyard landscaping, requiring minimal water and fertilizer.

Pricing: Prices range from $2.00 for plugs to $14.00 for size 2 containers (9" deep x 8" diameter). Some specialty plants are available at higher prices.

Time: 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. The Pinelands Visitor Center will be open. Light refreshments will be served. Enter our free drawing for a PPA prize pack - you just might win!

Activities: Enjoy native plant talks, tours of the historic barn and farmstead, browse PPA merchandise and Pinelands informational displays at PPA's visitor center.

Proceeds go towards furthering PPA's mission to protect and preserve the Pinelands. Most plants are supplied by Pinelands Nursery, a wholesale nursery that specializes in plants native to the Pinelands. RareFind Nursery and Fernbrook Nursery also supplied plants for this sale. We appreciate their support of our efforts."

Never been there myself, but may go this year; it's in Southampton, NJ, southeast of Mt. Holly. There will be gardening lectures and special exhibits. Find more detailed information, including a map & directions, on their web site at http://www.pinelandsalliance.org/support/plantsale/


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RE: Pinelands Preservation Alliance Plant Sale

How was the plant sale?


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