Final Delivery to The Huge Plant Sale

This morning Ang and I took more of my cutting grown plants to Keith & Maureene’s place for their April 29 charity sale to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

We could see that preparations are earnestly underway: the lawn looks like tent city (necessary with temperatures of mid 30s) as the hedges were being trimmed.

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I was pleased to see that the rooted cuttings that I donated a few weeks ago are now fruiting fig trees.  However, I am glad I am not part of the crew who will move all those plants indoors!  Fortunately, the grandchildren brigade will take over that task.

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Keith and Maureene’s garden won first prize in the open section at a garden competition recently and they used to be part of the Open Garden scheme.  Now they propagate plants from their garden and host a sale twice a year; admission to their garden is now free on the day.

Put the date in your diary and do call in!  See details below:

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About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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2 Responses to Final Delivery to The Huge Plant Sale

  1. taphian says:

    I’m sure the little figs are from your garden, dear Mary. It’s a lovely place and such a good idea to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Have a nice weekend, kind regards from the cold, Mitza

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