CARTHAGE, Mo. – Spring weather means Master Gardener sales around southwest Missouri. Plants sold at these special sales are raised by University of Missouri Extension Master Gardeners.
The proceeds from the sales are used in the development and maintenance of public and charitable gardens and landscaping in the county where the Master Gardener chapter exists. Master Gardeners also provide seminars, booths and literature to the community.
CARTHAGE, SATURDAY, MAY 5
The Ozark Gateway Master Gardeners have scheduled their annual plant sale for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, May 5 at The Powers Museum, 1617 West Oak Street (Historic Route 66) in Carthage, Mo.
The annual plant sale will include perennials, bulbs, annuals, herbs, trees, shrubs, vegetable and flower plants, seeds and ornamental grasses. The plants are healthy and will be reasonably priced.
For more information, you may call the Jasper County Extension office at (417) 358-2158.
LAMAR, SATURDAY, MAY 12
The Barton County Master Gardeners plant sale that will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 12. The sale will be held at the Moore Pavilion which is one block north of the Thiebaud Auditorium on Hwy. 160.
The sale will continue until all of the plants are sold. Master Gardener volunteers expect to have a wide variety of plant options at this year’s fundraising event.
For more information, contact Mary Kuhn, Barton County Master Gardeners President, at 417-214-4931.
Information provided by MU Extension Southwest Missouri Region News Service.