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Garden club plant sale coming up

A bigger and better annual plant sale is being organized by the Kelowna Garden Club this year, with presentations on composting and xeriscaping.

As well, the South Okanagan Similkameen Invasive Plant Society will offer information about invasive plants.

The club’s annual sale will be Saturday, April 30 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., or while materials last, at the Guisachan Heritage Garden, 1060 Cameron St.

In addition to plants, there will be a paraphernalia sale with tools, pots, magazines, books, knicknacks and whatnots for sale. Master gardeners will be available to answer specific gardening questions.

 

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