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** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Posted by brandon7 6b (like 7b now) TN (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 20, 08 at 22:04

who: Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs

what: Spring Plant Sale

where: Ivan Racheff House and Gardens

when: Saturday, April 5, 2008 9am-2pm

vendors: Erin's Meadow, Sunlight Gardens, Beaver Creek Nursery, Jansch Nursery, Native Gardens, Overhill Nursery, Nancy & Hal Robinson, and Trilium Trails

available: herbs, annuals, perennials, native plants, wildflowers, azaleas, camellias, gardening books, birdhouses, hypertufa planters, lunch, and answers to gardening questions by master gardeners


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Is this in Knoxville?


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Yup, it's in Knoxville.


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Great! I'm up for a plant sale- can anyone come up with an address? I'm totally not familiar with Knoxville!


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Racheff Gardens are located on Tennessee Avenue, off Western Avenue between I-640 and downtown. It's down in the old heavy industry area just north of downtown Knoxville, the last place you'd expect to find a public garden.
More info on the gardens at the website below.
Interesting history. The gardens were created by the founder of a steel mill who lived on the mill property and had them created at his house for his family and the workers. They are beautiful and worth the trip.

Here is a link that might be useful: Racheff Gardens


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

Neat! Is it a big sale, like one you should bring your own cart for?


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RE: ** Racheff Gardens Spring Plant Sale **

It's a very small sale, but usually packed with very interesting plants -- especially natives. They have wagons available. Be sure to get there early!

I can't remember nearly all of the stuff I've bought there over the years, but a few that come to mind right now are Rosa palustris, dwarf blueberry, Corylopsis spicata and Corylopsis pauciflora, Western sand cherry, herbs, and many others.


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