Send us information about your plant sale

  • Herald staff
  • Tuesday, March 25, 2014 4:25pm
  • Life

Now that spring has sprung, garden clubs and other groups are looking forward to their annual plant sales, and Home &Garden is looking forward to the list we run every year.

We are planning it for April 24, a few weeks before the major Mother’s Day rush.

Email the information — time, date, place, types of plants for sale and a public contact number — to features@heraldnet.com.

We need the information by April 18. Put “plant sale” in the keyword of your email.

If you have questions, please call Andrea Brown, 425-339-3427 and leave a message.

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