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Native Plant Fundraiser June 2 &3

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 293 Moose Hill St Sharon MA 02067  See map

Enhance your garden with a variety of unique New England native plants at great prices. These plants are suited for full sun, deep shade or anything in between. We will have plants that attract hummingbirds and butterflies, and plants that are almost impossible to kill!  Native plants are the environmentally sound gardening choice since they are naturally found in our area; they tolerate our New England weather conditions (occasional drought, cold winters, and seasonal rains) better than other plants that may need more care. Join us on Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (while supplies last) for our ninth annual Native Plant Fundraiser.  A large variety of native wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, trees and groundcover will be available for purchase. There will be 30 to 50 individual plants for sale for most species. Most plants are only $7 each, planting and growing Information will be available for all plants. Plants for sale include: Cardinal Flower, Joe Pyeweed, Wild Bergamont, Meadowsweet, Poverty Grass, Indian Grass, Spotted Horsemint, Black-Eyed Susan, Mayapple, Columbine, Jack in the Pulpit, Wild Geranium, Solomon’s Seal, Red Trillium, Yellow Trillium, White Trillium, Bird’s Foot Violet, Purple Coneflower, Christmas Fern, Maidenhair fern, Hay-scented Fern, Lowbush BlueberryBayberry, Mountain Laurel, Witchhazel, and more. All proceeds help to sustain Moose Hill’s educational programs. Bring a tray or box to transport your plants to your car. Moose Hill is located at 293 Moose Hill St, Sharon. Please call 781-784-5691 or www.massaudubon.org for details.

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