Photo by Bruce McClellan   Sonja Hyatt and Theresa Goode prepare for the Morgan Master Gardener Association's plant sale in 2022. This year's sale will be April 13-14 at the Point Mallard Park. 

Master Gardeners plant sale returns in April

By Bayne Hughes 

For the Enquirer  

 The Morgan County Master Gardeners Foundation’s annual plant sale returns on April 13-14 at Point Mallard Park. 

The sale will offer an array of options, from hanging baskets to native plants. The event promises something for every gardening enthusiast. 

Attendees can explore a selection of hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, succulents, and renowned pass-along plants native to the South. 

Ramsey Huffman, president of the Morgan County Master Gardeners Foundation, encourages patrons to arrive early for the best selection. Pre-planted containers and hanging baskets will be ready for any patio or porch. 

Expert gardeners will be stationed at the Ask A Master Gardener table, offering advice and conducting free soil pH testing throughout the event. Attendees are welcome to bring soil samples for testing. A typical sample should fill half of a 1-quart plastic storage bag. 

The plant sale will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 13 and 1 to 4 p.m. on April 14. The sale will be held even if it rains. 

Payments can be made by check or cash only. Service dogs are the only animals permitted at the venue. 

Contact Aileen Russell at 256-656-5165 or maprussell@caincreek.com for more information. 

 

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