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Montgomery County Master Gardeners to host plant sale September 19

Montgomery County Master GardenersMontgomery County Master Gardeners will hold a plant sale at 56 Twin Creek Rd. Mount Ida, AR on Saturday, September 19, 2020 7:00 A.M. until sold out!
Price is dependent on size/age of plant. ($2 – $20)
Plants available: Bearded iris, Bearded iris – red, Siberian iris – blue, naked ladies – pink, muscadine, tricolor yucca, Crepe myrtle – red, Blue star Amsonia, climbing rose – pink, Oak, ironwood tree, maple tree, box elder tree, weeping Yaupon holly, juniper – female, Hibiscus – peach, Japanese Kwanzan cherry trees,False Cleyera, Anthurium, Arrowhead Philodendron, Angel wing Begonia, Begonia, Kalanchoe, Aloe, Fig trees, Oakleaf Hydrangea, Coral bells – Heuchera, Itea, Night orchid, Wandering Jew – Purple heart (Spiderwort), Mexican petunia – Pink, Black cherry tree – native, Japanese Maple – green, Norfolk Island Pine, Flowering Almond, and Forsythia.
Reminder: Become a Master Gardener – Deadline to apply for the Master Gardener online class is October 1, 2020. Contact the County Extension Office at 870-867-2311. Cost is $75, scholarships available.

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